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bit~a4y, Aigust 9, 183
We heartily congratuite the metrop
olis in. the late glorious work of stemmin
the tile of corruption which has forn
long time been beating against her nob
A i-stiutions. In the election of Mr. Wai
ener and the citizenS' ticket, thero wi
be an end to misrule, tarbeience and
an infernal system of taxation, whic
is cried "give, give," to support i
illenes.s an hundred (more or less) newij
ly created officials and strappers, unt
iay a wido- has been. robbed <
her Lome and restricted in the educatic
of her children in order to meet the ta:
But a change hu.cpme and the soli
man of GharlesWo4il1 now spiritedl
.egia the rork of recuperatio:.
One of the interesting features of th
late election Is in the fact that althoug
the sharp chaps of the legislatur
changed the time of voting to a seaso
of the year when. many of the met
chants. and private citizens would I
absent, Rad;calism was defeated in it
stronghold by a majority of 777!!!
Like the results of Fort Moultrie in '7(
we hope that this morai victory in '
may alio b- the key or turning point f<
the Stat's redemption.
The Daily Atlanta Sau.
We had the pleaiure of a visit Mot
day last from Mr. J. M. W. Hill, travelin
agent of the above paper, of which %i
Alexander H. Stevens is principhl edit<
and proprietor. The Sun is an elegr
paper, and hids fair ' reach the fro:
rask of journaism.
The daily paper is seven dollars p
anotrn, aRd the f.eekly two do'lars.
We are gratified to learn that Mr. Ii
UaA net with some success in our towt
Salda Dental Society.
The third meeti:ig of tie Sauda Dcr
tal Society was held in Greenville, S. C
on the first and second of August, i;is
The folloving.aamed gentlemen we:
elected officers for the ensuing yea;
Dr. Wm. C. Wirdlaw, President; D
U. L. &Bozer, Vice Presiient ; Dr. J. I
Thomp-on, Secretary ; Dr. J. G. M
The meetin:g was pleasant, harmon
* nes and instructive. Reports of Cor
mnittees were received and adopted, at
a number of able and instructive essal
were read an.d discnssed. ---
* The Soeiety adjourned to meet at Al
beville C. HI., on the Sd Tuesday in FcI
The Storm andSignial8ervice.
We have "watched" the daily repor
in this new field of science, arid four
them correct. In proof, see the "prob
bilities" for last $aturd:ty, as publish<
the day previous :
Weather probabiiies-:he area
threatening we.ather. with local rain
will probably y :nd South-estwar
and prtev:ti! ,>n Satorday from Pennsy
rantia to Floritia. The area of lowe
barometer will probahly ptass over Penm
sylvanie and Mas.achusetts, with heas
rains The severest local storms at
probable for Virginia and Maryinnd.
Cool cicaring up wenther is probable ft
Satuirday North and West of Kentucks
and on the lower lakes. Sotutheri
winde, with rair., are p,robable for tl
Sra.-- t,aclL, Aug. '21.
. Dan HERAL-it is our happy prie
'ege once again to send you, and nume
nr kind readers, gree'ing from the hea
ing wate-s of Glenn's, where the sick:
wvell as the weary worker, come for a r,
:-'wai of healtht arnd to reatore waste
enecrgies. There are more ways tha3
one oi getting to G!ennr's, and this
happily :ight, for variety is the spice
hife. Su;ppose there was no cboice bi
to rough it across the country ?
Mts your correspondent might not ha'
had the disposition to venture so fa
ro heome and its certainties. But the;
are other wars and means. We did ra~
ehocse a new cut road this time, but
'hec takes in. Alston and Cojumbi;
'th the advantage of seeing the forme
rice in the trip, and bead of stoppm;
h~ere a suffiient length of time to se
all the various poits of attraction. Th
'as er.ban;ced, too, by ths fear excite
only c,.e hour before we reached Ai-to;
that, perhaps, istead of geuing the:
othat occasion, we would be comnpem
to return back to Columbia, for whi
- sg: alor.g at regulation speed, a ver
pleasantly safe or c, w hen tne coiie
of the G. & C. r'ead bed is ctosidered,rt
cry catrc from the
Which was discovered just in the nic
of time, otheraise there aight hare h et
trouble to the train an~d somebody hur
This was about S miles from Aiston, ::r
on and cnder a small piece of tresti
The n ood work was all burned out, ar
with the ironi alone remainzog, itwas d
tarminedl not to cross until somethir
cas done. This was a wise resolve c
*part of those in charge, and we wou
- dtcrmmiedl lkewise. Well, wou
~e to remain thvre until the dow
.ncamec to succor, or go hack and te
.e 5Sperintene mnt in Golumbia,
..: K . -on a UNIOs,
T.e .tiange naughty incendiary, s
the.ghg9set tire to Uncle Jos.eph
-odu,had been doing this fort!!
zitays temporarily ; and f,rtuna-te1y th
old1 ex-supcrinterdent, L,;S-lw. bappene
to he along, and rewder:ng valuable a
-istance, both by hand and head, in cor
junction with conductor, engineer, an
.thers, ii 35 miNIutes the signal wasjOy
fully made and we p%sed over safely
All things considered there was not muc
loss, as we etili had left 8 hours and 2
0 minutes to rest and look about besfr
e the S. & U. coach would be ready i
At 12 precisely we eft Al.ton, am
I without anything tram.,piring worthy o
note, except that we were stopped by
refractory and stubborn muh-e, who seerr
h cd determined to dispute the right o
n way, and who came out of a long an
deep cut second best, arrived safely an
in proper tine
>. Nireteen miles below the town of Spat
n tanhurg, and ten miles by mcasuremen
from the Spring. Here was found a bac
with a good pair of horses, ready to cor
d rev guests to the haver. of rest. It wa
qtite i clief to get from the cars afte
being confined for so many long, wear
and hot hou-s, into a comfortable room
carriage, and dip into a bucket in whir
the provident driver had bestowed som,
very fine apples. B:rring the inequa!
e ties of the road, for when we were no
ascending some zigzag declivity in th
slowest possible style, we were descend
ing ata speed suggestive of broken trace,
tongues, axles, or necks, the rile wa
decidedly pleasant, the ;un being o:
scured during the whole time, while it
the distance off to the right it coul
plhirily be seen that somewhere in th
vicinity ot, if not in the town of Si-attar
hurg. a good rain was falling. 0 th
way too. we saw with no little sati-fac
t1.:! no less than two right sharp sized
* MCD IMOLEi,
rhe effects of a shower the week prc
vious, and as this was a sight which ha
g not been .seen before in five or six %eeks
r. it called for an exclauation of pleasure
r As said, barring the mueovialities, an
i the thumps and bumps, which make
t the distance, though o-'jv ten miles b
actual measurement, fully twelve by e:
r perience, the end of the juurn)ey wa
reached sooner than we anticipated, an
considerablV b'ef re night the hac
emnptied its freight at tbe door of th
Hotel, where stood the host, Mr. Fuwler
ready v.. it-h
T. receive us, and, by the way, there
nothing so grateful to the tired traveller
who leares home and its endearment
r behivd, to be met at the threshold wher
4e expects to doidcile, ax a welcome an
,hake of the hund, and the next in im
portarce and satisaction is that of hein
ushered at once to 0:11's r'oom, ad find
ing~ water, tonevl%, etc., ready and wait
d sin". Al this we found, arnd more, whie
shall be dwelt on herafter. The
>Cabin, &c., have undergone a grea
Ichange, anud look not at all as they di
tw' T ears ago. They, are niow as hatu
itable and cumfortable a.s circumnstan:ce
permit, Our old cabin, w ith its coat c
uihitewash, looks quite neat and trim,i
d s now occupied by Mr. Copeland an
famtily from Clinton. We almost fanc:
thtwe see our own lider ones r'unni
abo ut tthe purch, and hear the.m calling fu
somnetnm.g more to eat, so wonderfull,
did th e wa:er increase thei. appetites.
The cabins are nearly all occupied, an'
trepresentativ'es are here from variou
portions of the State, all with some on
or more o~f the "ills to which fiesh is hei
- to, exept our friend W. G. M., fror
- ew berry. There is but one thing th
-matter whih him,-he tries to g::!lnant al
the- ladies on the hil!,. never thinkinuj
that there are others about who hav
qutea high an app?reciation of the se:
as himel. We trust his better hal
will takem hin' down a peg or two whe'
-he returr.s. It makes us blush to se
-- 1(d nmarried men putting oa oirs, unles
-they are privi!eged ats i'i.' are.
We. .4:id that there are represetnttve
. here from vari.ius parts, and Newberr;
d is the mest largely represented, as sh
n. usually i', and we trust that soon ther
awill be a muche! larger niumber from th
fold dis'trict, to drink the healing wate.rs
t jand join ina encial recre'ation. We ar
fpicased to state for the benefit of tho
e woo are ignorant, or who have be&e
r imisinformed, that we fin1d tbe Honteli
e better kept than was expected after hear
ting the ugly rcpoarts about it, so indui
triously circulated, and taking all th
Icircustances :nto consideretion, '.ha
Mr. owlr tok ponhimself a busine,
altogether new to him, and at a tim
whe~n the hotel had a notoriously unen
vlabk 'awe. front previous m-ladmin:s
trat ion, with djilapidation and riuin stai in
him in thtr face on all tides, we say l'oo
ing at all this, and recognizing the diff
culties he has w orked out of so far wit
redit to himsef, a e arerahraeab
eo suprised than otherwise. We find hit
kind, courteous and obliging, ar.d when
ih or hi house apparently' iacks, b
ssures us as we!l a- all others, thzat a
that i. ncesary is to adk for a fan
Iwh~en 1t shall be g'anted, !f in the bound
of reasn. So sensible man or woman
s hould ask for or expect mo're. We re
ngret to say that it has been asserted
and without any fundation in fact o
o2 truth, that we have been decrying thi
-hotel, and its proprietor. We wis~h t
Sgive denial to thi<, and further, that w
symupathise with him in the diffiultic
g he has had to contend against, arnd the
n we are glad to fi::d that he is in a fai
nav tu do well. We can cheerfully an
honestly invite our friends to comet
nGk'nr's a.nd assure theni that they wi
Ireceive not only attention and kindnes
at his hands, but find a table supplis
with good fare. This is our experienc
so far. Any more than that, if needet
will be provided whaen a.sked for. Fi
i$the reatinn of ony who wich ton orm
EVERY DAY AT JoNESvILLP,
To convey passengers to this place, tr.d
is iendy to take theri back when thev
wish to return, and that the fare is s
Passengers can go on to Spartanburg, i'
preferred, and there find e,nrcyance, h:
our advice is to get off at the first named y
There are nct a few c:tperts here at b
drinking. and who alrendy can almost
take in at one sitting as nich as Mr b
C'ough -ird, an old resident, and who,
the most anf ar readers kw, is nio p
prentice, but a rego!a: htss drilker. We
are glad to ay that he enjoys fi' ehlbetith.
But we must -;ei. so as to be in time
f for the mail. The next commuticatfln
we trust il 4 contain a little more poetry
and le's irtise, tlat is be xpiceti with I
Yours in i;nte,
E N 10R.
t P. S. Chickens abound in th;i-e parts
still and nre fat. Man-, of us here would
- he glad to see the smiling face of Cl. R.
M. Will he not cone? Cr..ps are not
r suffering so much here as in Newberry
and lower down the country. There are c
quite a n-umber (f chihren here and they
make ili usual mn:ic delicious. One
more :tei and an important one. Ru. d
mor says that an hunired dllar heiress
t dwells here. And one other-there has
not been an ins.7rance agent here tis t
season, nor is one ex,-eeted. As th! t
hack i.< no, Inite ready we'll add q'iother
s line of information, and thi.: is that the 4
. hill leading to the Spring is as dreidfuil y
steep as of sl Mtre anon.
M94-P.s EmorMs:-1 pjere.-jv, tnat a n
her of oored men. hitherto identitd with a
:lhe Radical party, have atnomnoued thr<h
your c(liumns thir withdrawal f:om Ite
rsame. Their action meets mr ha.rty a I)
pr ,vl AR a colored man who has re
cleived nothing but kintdness irom tho whitws
z.nd piacing implicit faith in th profesSion< u
or the Denocraiie party, I desire to ,twte
that while I hatve ever entertineid the I*V
liest hopes for its suecess the ,harp 1at. Io
risn utifortunately engenderd by pflitical t
strife betxeen the races has upperito'l in
the past to render ne neutril at the ballot
box. Dnt in the a:ion of these ni a
well as iU the expt-s.ions of o 1h.- : 1, !i :
S of the barriers to mutual good will ihame
I been remoVed, and in the future I sh.i!! feel
free to sustain with my vote tie Dem ocratie
party in :he cause of good government.
JOS. GRAY. C
Tucker's Ferry, S. C.
CH ARLFSTON, S. C., IJu!V, 1It1.
To EDIToRS OF NeWBR T IERBA F .D.
Please oblige me by publishing this Circa
lar in your paper:
OFFCe OF DtS. DEPUTY, I. W. G. T.
Clarleston, S. C., Jnne 1 1. 187.
Uon application of at least ten white ,er
sons above the age of ,ixteen year,, in good
st.ndin- in the comuiit, for a C1irtrr to
oipen a Lodge of the Iidleonndent Order ot
Good Te.mplare, addressed to th.e tnderrin
ed, and enclosing the Charter fee, eight dol-!
ar,a deputy will at once he ins:ructed to
institute such Lodg~e, said Lodge plar inie the. a
traveling expenk-e4 or 'hie tn'riruting deputy.
Foim of ampplication for a Charter:
We, thie undersigtned inhmabi:ants of ,
Cotnty of-. State of Soth Car"lina,
believing the ladependent Order of' Good
Temphirs well calcula:ed to extend the bless
fl ings5 of total a;b-tin'ence, and prornoteth
tgeneral welfare of mankind, re'pec:fu ly pe
ti'ion to the Right Worthy Gen- Lodge of
North America, a' grant themu a eh.ter to
open a new Lodge to be called -a- Lodge.
of the Independent Order of Good Templars,
to be located in ----,. Coau of --
State of South C trolina and uader your ju
rl<diction. We pl-dge oursetives individually
antdicollectively to be governed by. the rules
at.d ag's of the~ Order.
A. KALSTROM, D D iR. W. G T.,
Of the State of South Carolina.
rBengthat "'no man liveth to himself,"
we call upNil good men throughtout our
beloved State, to assist the Good Tremp arsi
in their work of love and mnetcy.
tMB88RS. EDtTOns-Stas: Anothe,r came
of Base Dali was p ayed thtis amftertuoon ont
. the Unse B dil ground near the Colege, be
tween the second Nine of the White Stock
jogso~f Co. "K.," 18 h U. S. Infantrv, tnd
the "Newberry Nine." composed of citizents
of this place. Play was called at 4.30 P M.
the "Newberry's" won the "toss" and sent r
the "Wh ites" to the Bit, whto "tailid" C
runs in thme firs: inning The Newbe rry s
were then dispo.wd of by getting "whh~e
washted" in the first, .<cond, tid third in,
~nings. This thit;g could niot aI.ss last, for e
Mr. Packerarrived on -he gronard and took th e
difficult position of "Pitcher" at the seconid
inning, atnd by his -killtal pitching soon the
News berrv '. bigin to pull up ott their o,ppo
nents, cons quen:ly at the end of tiintain
fling the Whiltes were only six'een run.
Thme following is the rore of the ganc
R O RCO
('lifo'rd, p 5 4 Coo'k,i C 15
1Leon, t f 3 4 lram.s.ss 2 6
Schoeuhat,o 4 3 Packer. p 5 0
~iIavior2d b 6 3 iSnib, r f 2 56
Whettield, as S '2 Tarrazt, o t 3 3
SLe.,tie. c 1 6 2 Langtord. Istb 4 3
Teeple.Sdb 5 2 Iiousueai,3d1 0 3 o
SMcMahou, 1st 'o 8 2 Tsylor,2d4 b 8 I'
Loonmik, rf 2 ? Foof,c 3 1 '
t1Score byletinngs 1 2 8 4 56 78 9 It
~Whie Stckings, 6 1 27 j 51 000 .6188 5-2
Umpiro-Se-res lit Butler. ofthe W. S B. !i Club.
Ssco,rer-Mr. A. F. Duf'.
STitme of ba:ne-2 hur:s and 30 minutae.
Now MIes.rs Ed.itors this is doing be.tter
thani when the game was played iatst week,
and I amt of tne opinion ub it if the "'New.bit
m's" weme boriugz is omgatizaed mi had a
"Captain" duly cit rd itn their "Nine," and
rwith a little more pracuice, they wiould boed
their own with alunost any Club in Seub.,
lIn conclusion, I think that the citizen; are
gent rally taking more in:crest ini thits mately
exerci.e, as a good number of them turn ut
r to witneass the g.imes, among thetnm y
aso lie i-een a few young ladies who apta
rently enjoy the sporn, antd this a l n d:
be sufEicienrt four the y'oung men to work ett
Ser:'eticalyv in keepinmg up a B.n-e B.?ll C ub in
t l am gentlemen,
r Yours respecfuiiy.
DCASE BALL ON fIlE BRAIN.
Newberry S. C., Au::. 7, 1871.
sJ. Svie, of Carson, Nevada, arrived atI
3 Stockton last night, and letarning that
e her hushand was staying at a hotel
the:e with another woman, she went
' to their room and shot three titmes w ith
ra revne.er. itfileting !'-rta. wounds.5
, Mr,. tSaviers anid her he w - rre a
C-eneral News Items.
There are 32,000 Communists awaiting
A rich tin mine has been dicovercd in New
An Indiana girl, aed eleven, wants "a di
Fifteen tbonsaid pouids has been alowed
The Sp-i ni.rr have ben deffated in Cba
y Qiesada with consideriihie loss.
Dr. Walinmn, ci Ko,'gshnrg, Prue-is.has
cen excomnnunicated by tIhe,- Archibshop.
There w;,Q a din-l fonlit with swor's
ea e:Orleans, !:tFri.iav.
Cooper ore in r.reit ciatities has r
ntly beven dhqnvered in Buwts nity.
'7Te r :, l :nl murderers of New York
re rmakiiig bod to attack passengers in the
trcet c irs.
Col. Miack has superoeded Col. Ruger in
Immnd of the 1S h U S. Infaritiy, with
vadqi:irters at Coimh!a.
"WVill ymn hwr me, Sarah ?" said a young
ian o modeltt! girl "No, John, but you
till have ile, if Vu will.'
l'Ats, A:imn t 1 -Cholera has appe:red
I tle 1n*h ot Fr.iiee. Me-lu es have been
dopted to prevent its spread, if possible.
Whv Aho Jd young il dies set goed ex
n:ples? Beause young men are apt to
B3,1LINGTO- Anznst .-Th corporation
t Velmont Universily rated to admit
The Sin - the Spanish, nnder Falance,
'Crc cimpletely defeated by ' Q::ie.-i, a f-w
ays ift -r ianilug, with a lows of 230 killed
nl 5200 wvourmied.
A voun:r tidv suppoted bv.many to he the
lost he utriful one in the distrtict of Colum
I:1, c)mnilted sulcid 'atile rece'itly, by'
O the n o iun fi rv:n frlo Im. She In(l
venne cwrs S ,bY I wo ron't,his;, one 11
P;1d .;lil :1he, It-r %%ill die. The n ir
It i. SAid flt ry Ietr Berry Lowrey, the
nw'.o, hi isuedl a docree or ottlawrv
Cs ptaiv F. M. Vis"ar', n:i ofered
rewavd rrard otif 43io for his i!D C.
i thi 5th dlv of An"1 oine nidre
ad t wintyv-nin' h ni':rdb Ure to be sol]
V Ow t1heriff of" Rolbuzon counity ifor
oie hitudred hale of Japanee siik, re
ivod overild From Cililoriii.t, were sent
iEnrope RSirday ; forty-two diyi from
Tlee gottitus o" a Bovron compo-er is at last
suiliv the n'ion with a national hrmn
minld on comp 'iisei"* principles It iq to
c In.d - inif a combinaition of Yankee Doo
Iv aid D.xiv, anI to bt cAlled Dixie Doo
Three of the crew of the ship Storm Bird
arv been kille liv natives of the Nev He
ride,. .t-veral iea-.rtliakes have occurred
-ithiln a month Ileavy shipments of co.il
at icen in ide flr Calif1irnia. Fresh pearl
ili heik have icen ili-cvered in Australia.
We learn that a tre-trle w:is de<troived near
.:iv!eon hist week. by fire, and that Joseph
'rew<4 11,t hertwee two a i ilire thou<and
r,!s of woid. Joe think< it was the work
I an iieidiarv, but ve learn what the woods
H ironid -e.re o fire the dav before the
resle :..d the wood pi!e were ignited.
A imo-t a;qp-ilhig ccident occurred in
ew York. rucentl:V. BY It explor-ion ot
h .i-o feaf rryv ho:t. sevenr% wine
eRioTn were ki'ilet and o-e hunidrtd and
Aevti-tw.IVIJ wo10aded; l.ad of this nImbe
is hliVed ib:4t tw%o-thiIdS miust di'.
The mail steAmr Delt, ftom Bormuda,
-rorts a fire ni l'oita itric, G audifloupe,
v which nierir the whole town w:is de
i o.ed 3o.OO) p.wle :atc without shelter.
t;:ar re: ly for *hppig was destroyed The
wo'i was retai'iit eire'ly of woou.t arter it
estruer'i,'i by" 'an earthqnautke in 1843. The
'e is 'iippo-:eid o be incentdiai'.'.
TIhere as ::rowing une.,tine.'s over .he pro
'e.- or iiw c -',iera. It ha;s nt yet passed
i" confin ofl0 ihsui.i. hy' the re.enlar route,
iii all pmsible pree.:i i! ius have' beent taken.
.e;nitt'oin tto p:evenUit its p,ror'e-ss by sea,
ai ve i'!so bi ea :a? ,pted , thoiugh catses h:wye
ppenre-t! at I lull. Whliich is on lhe Sonmbi.
migr:ation f'rm North Germaniy to Amteri
L.ostos, Aitgatt :! - D)onahl Daly-rprmple,
,rmerl a inen't iturgeoni atid phvsiciain,
aid now M. P'. fior Bithi, will, alter the
'5es.o 0t P:t liaitii,t "isit the.Ute
tate'?.Aor tie plrlia>se of nikitng a s:ndy of
ie Ainn-ae. i erse Gf :'e:,. aot fert re
ji:nation of inebrtilesCi.
Ani iinhnmai;n fithe'r bt: Griflin, n-a,ned
itik linpree', has been arrestwd' for eruielly
sing his chldiren. Their thnih, aose
tid tonignes, wer puV it in split r-t.ekst until
ite iail ame off' t.d piece< ne re eut out ;
V. were ent and benise'd also. int a hideous
We ]e:arn from a g'entleman who' went to
tckens l:,st weaek to pur'chiae a' plantation
tithe A:r inme. that the wildet?. Iturore ex
as about n'alhaila, Andir-oni, Penidieton,
Ce cincernii:" the Air Litne-that the whole
nunnr i< sn+'k--d off, i.: the v'alley of .the
re'tch Br" id hinIs are fabiulou<ly high.
"rier s -ain, swetteriing :mid spending hir
met '-i min-yl'. he.: has returned to New
erry,~and! i wil p.uoc'ed a agitate for a rail
.,do from \N erry to Ciester.
L.ott)iN. .July :ll.-The meeting at Tru:d
tar 'quaim-. toi proieur igainsit the pioptosed
I '(inc W1to rince A:iOl t hiui, Wiasheld to-niught.
ndl 5,000f pie pli' were prtCi. Speukers ad
re-ed1 the m1a:e4~ t differenit point<, and
inchl excitement wais tm:mifested. 'rue en
ri' rnlre reserve w::< c:alled out, atnd thev
-da Coinmnnait i ig, enirii'd by one
chii d, ei't d hoi-tea on., iemnstttrations.
otmo tighttinig i, rete'td, ti.d nirrests have
eei nm::da. Thie mieeting aidjaitrited in dis
rld'r, andl theC crowds were di-persed by the
Tisitn:t P.uim :l:n ttAwE-:A .\mtt>.
-i-l ..th at ho-ni itmil abriiad Tretasmeir
>:i keri is cnii:saeredi as hav.iing puat him
e!f ont tie summtltit of? uuiloshinig cf
o:te-rv. The New Ym:ik World ways:
"A t thais very tmotme't the tax-payers
C Siuth Catrolini:, a State uhic-h has
een' saddleid siince the war by Radical
.itrnil' n ith a debt which our fithers
roiui d have titught an en'rimous djebt to
e carrieid by the whole Uniion, are in
igntaitly tirm esting againtst the deliibe
ate in,ienice with which the State
'reasuarer. Par ker, hats refused to ailow
ny e'x:iimaianiin to be maide of the ac
'luntsI of tule Cnomomwealth. While
he 'T - :s' Coinvent:iot of S'auth
'atoilivna wa; ~ii ses-ionr last May, the
ical'tt State tgovernmenCtt promised to
vihnat aill thel S aite acckounits to the pub.
ec. 'Tne Coivetionlt har, adj.oirned,
id now', to :he regn est ofl a comtmittee
f t t:tx pi ver-s fori the Cu]ltiht:ent.~ of the
i-dO, the' Raiial State Treasrer inso
;i,t'- fpii that 'his look, have been
x-inhci eog; andt althouigth the
id-ien G - :ernor', S-.-.tt. himself has
eeni forced tot h-:iiit thatt '-ome irregn
iriie have iiemi'rte,' what those 'ir
athities' a.re the tax payers are left to
T'ua 'sw RAnt.so.m.-The Chairleston
hlief eng~ieer, a ich a eor'ps ofassistanits,
ts coammtence'd the starvey of the route
roml Ciimiiiia to Auguasta for Colonel
'oidgter's new road--l-the Wilinigt.on,
:olutmbia an~d Augnsta Railroad.
Ta AMaaics Sroca JOCINAL., offers
irge'r P'remnim, and a gre:er variety than
ltmost anty othier doi :rn;al Send for a speci
>en cop'y, ;instr.i?ed sho0w hilt, and p,re'
tium h,-t. Addfre-s N IP. Bioyer &C3., Pub
shiers. Pa.rkesburg, Pa.
FazE lMP'oRTED SEEDa.--Messrs. N. P.
lot yr & Co., of Pa.rkenbuirg, Pa., Oatve-i
'irred three new varities of Seed Wheat, of
tith they offer to send'.amp!e-> Free to all
bho wdhl .enad stamnp to p 'y potaige.' This
rmn dis'ributed ever 100,000 s: rap!c pack
ge of tiw seed aet w-.. pwr!r r.n or
SALi D.T on Monday last was very dull;
no sales exceptsome. lit.le auctioneering.
-TheT Probste-Jvdge:haa.so a great: eteni
recovered from his illness, and his office is
no'- again open for trarsaction of business.
A rnimoff.Jast Wednesday,. near Bash Riv
er-'ietained -the dowa. mail train severaJ
LUSUS N.TURM.-A-dqck with . .onr legs
which .was hatched: .
place, may be seen at Messrs. Motte & Tar
runt's drug store.
Newherry.D;viio of "he.Sons of Tem pe
rance is being org:crz! I, and will m-ert al
MasQnic H ill, over Msrs. B irre & Sn's,
Tuesday ni*ht, A.:uu-r8.h. The intercste
are invited to attend
("ur new Bunk is now- putting Its bills it
circulation, and its offict-rs inform us thal
they are -now rtady for.all business that ma3
offer, and we would sngzed to nar'old mon
ey lenders and b,nk'i-s- fidftPiithe coun
try :o make their deposit- with the :Bt,k
It halSJ;r000 boT'fti.le Capital paid in, anC
isin't'c baidb bf a prdegit,'safe direction.
Dont orgef the Barhine; at .-Kinard's
text--riday. 11th inst. Major Kelly state.
thit Ift addition to the feast of "good thngs'
there will he a flow of "reaon'.in. .an agri
CuIrfral addross. &c., inferspersedl.wiUh mu
sic and r-ad, and a merry tripping on thi
lIght fantaic toe, et cetera.
The Sifiday School: of the' Newheftl
B:iptir.Chnreh %illn et ne.tunday at 4
o' !ck P. M. .
T4he Adult' Ritle. Chass. vill.mret at thi
srmel tinTe. Al membas ot- the Churcb
and all othere wh6 -i1 dreire to jo.i it
Bible CaN.", are cordi.ally invited to attend
There will be ~a m6eting of the teacher.
of the Sunday . 9choo, at the f/hurch of
Friday evening, neIt it 8 o' lbek.
,What's the matter with John? He seni
u.; the fiowing effuzion this morn ing.wbich
comin either f.nm N fertile brain, or fron
the iuice' generated al)Z%ut the organs of hi.
dinphragn, oozed out nt his 6nger tips Sat
urday fiight after the r:in: . -
The besr luttehe-r i- Bi*TgTe,
His beef he don't mangle;
But if Y.u don't pay he may wrangle,
An.i then you may get in a tangle
ARRETTED -Noah D Metts. eliarged wi.1
the murder of Gvorre Foster White, was lai
week arrested and lodged -in jail. lie con
fesscd the deed, and stated that the net ww
co'nmitted because Mr White, prevenfed hi
(Vitt's.) tarriagc with - yovng lady wic
resided with the family, of deceased. Th<
unfortunate man was killed. on S-iturd.,
night as he took a seat in the porch aftei
We learn that Mr. E. Pitts has been arrest
ed,.and is now i jail, as being accessory t(
the murder after the fact.
THE YEAR OF BATTLns.-)1r. L. J. Crin
is the agent for the above work-a compre
hensiv history of the great war betweec
France and Germany, which embraces r
historv of Paris under the Commune, or Re
R-bellion of 1Mil 'A second IReign of Ter
ror, Anartchv, Murder and Madne"." T;1(
Iw,irk iS comnpiered within a fraction. of mt
hundred oeravo page,:, il<traredT by (VL
one hundred roin-page ma;p-, diagramst, b :ir
tIe scenes, incidents. portr.iitS, & c. iTe nos
of Ih.e w:ork in cloth, gilt title, is $2.50 per
~cop.; leather, gilt title, marbled ed-.e. $3.00
Mr. Qine can bje founid at A. Harris
4'rf.MPT To FLaz -We regret to henrr
fram'ilr. Thos F. Iartnon, that an r ten.p:
Iwas made on Friday nigh t last to de,troy ii
Ipremises by Siring the g hle end of his barn
whiceh building comm andel his ra-idence atni
all thp outibuildings. lie had n'o.t more th:t
uift.en minutes returned from Church n
had le-ft his lot about a third of thait time
1when-The a:htrm w1s giveni. Hirs laborers re
spoInded with alacrity antd saved all hut th<
hiotie in which the- fire originated. His los:
Iis three hundred dollars. including elever
hogs, nd more than a halt year's supply u;
Mr. H. says this is the second time the re
farious at.mpt has been made to destroy hil
BSaN.--RemembTering a remark one
madie, that we give the best things to th.
pigs-brown bread anid buttermiilk,-conr
tair.ing nit roge-n and the pshosphatets-thta
wihaiss ini making good teeth, hon
snd brain, &c., and reserve the part
I(iarhoniaceous) which are grosser,mr
ma terializing, &c , for 4juiwives, rinds ti
of the fact that Messrs. Lovelace & Wheels
have for some tiTne kept bra:t for sale In
stock. There is a very large' per centar
of nutrition for animals in wheat brai
which reniders it qTite an ecotnomcal artiel,
of cotnsumption ;or, at lat, that bran ex
cites the secrtionis and can.ses a generon
Idispensation of the laeteal supply.
A GOOD C-rTIziw Goss!-Mr. S. B C;i
cu t.nd his mnr.oe-ring lamnily, let t uw r1
Monday last for Newhetirrv. We learn h<
ex-,eets to keep theL "City Hotel" in tha
town, and sincetely wish him every succs
Our c-rumunity ha, lott in Mr. Cob Utt;
eitiz':n w'iOse in-dustry, honesty and k induew
of heart retndered him valuabie-, and weenv;
the goodl people or Newhierry their gain -
Suce.< artenI y.in, frieuid Culca-r, and mal
you ktifly regret onr ab,sence from yo
us e d yorsfrom'Marion
yours -FMarlon Crescent.
Mr. Calcutt haq leased the Neaberry Ha
gel, with its Faratre, interests and gno
will, fromn Mr Jord in P.>o, (wl~o rezati a thb
stables, bar and billiard noons. &e ,) aind er
tered upon the duties of his new held. W
are pleased to recoird the acces-ion of g'ao
Icitizens to our towni, at'i hope that Mr. Cai
cumt will find Newherry a prosperous, plear
ant and hospitable town
Mom& fa-:aN -lr H. P. Tarrant
of the above firm, his jt returned fiot
the North, and is opening ai .upfly of udrogs
medicines chemic.ls. perfamneries, soap
toilet articles, &c. The medicine', manyc
which are new chemical discoveries, andc
great strength, purity and effieacy, are
somplete lice; while the other goods ar
Among roe nntritious tonies, depirvative
&c., &c., several of which have b -.en place
on our table by Mr. r , are Beef, Iron an
Wine, Elixir Pior,phate Iron, Q uinine ant
Strychnine, Elixir B.ark anid Iron, Elxi
Gentlan, Bitter Wine of Iron. Tasteleos Co
Liver Oil, Elixir Valerianute A mmonia, &c
We learn that Messrs. Motte & Tarrar
are prepared to put the.e mnedicines to th
trade &t m mnfacturer's pric?..
TEz WErrTER.' &$ -Duing the latte
psrt:of last week the therm,'meter rang
From 93 to 98, and on Saiturday night the
eunnition of heat and dust, ant the dry-nes:
of the attnosphere, were suddenly checkel
by a splendid anXi almost general shower
rain, of two hoars nnd t'cirty minutes' durn
with roaring billows of water. The drougt tt
which we have endured was of nearly nine d
I weeks' duration; and the dryness of the a,- d
mosphere has been very enervating.
But now we hope the spell is broken, and d
for which we are all very thankful. The mer- i
chants sre-at work du<ting their shelves, anl
preparing for the fall trade, and the farmers i
will no doubt n ike art angetments for a great is
breadth in root crops, and an early sowing
of smu!l gralin
We wouldi be supt-cted of credulity did we
mention the nioney-value of the root crops g
of the Briti,h flarmers; and rela:ively we can i
make them of< qial value to us. p
There itno computing lie benefit cotton
hat received frim *he pretent "season."
Let us take heart and hope for the future,
and prepare bountifully for the turnip and
Trp TELEGRAPH.-WC congratulate .1 h
inatikind mid mse antiptidei. not forgetting
our friends aid neighbors at home, and also f
ourselves, now 1hat Ne.wberry is connected
with the wide-world by the circumventing V
line of electricity. No longer will "it pent-up A
contin-nt corstract our >o%crs, forthe bound
ie-s uiiverse shall be ours," for Mr. J. I d.
Walters, a very courteous and energetic
young gentleman from Virginla, presides at
the "Morse ins'rument." to tell us of the
important h:ppeningt, batirds anti Inci.
dents abroad, In all the fields of daily life,
action- and interprise. We shall know iu
stanter tall ibut gold rates, premium< and
di-count., cotion peo-ps ets, and the price of
corn and b.tcon, the rulings on 'change, and
the doIngs of the rostrum, the forum and
the press, marriages in high life, and the C
dry's doingi in low life, the storms and 0
steamors that fly the seas, and the trias and
triumpbs that run over the earth.
rite office is at the depot. bit we learn I
t1.at it wii soon be removed into the heart C
of town. -
1l0.a1sLoric.-Lo k were you *l.. G;-rald, i
all arouii te worji'. great telt, sad lhrnu:ch -
to it's cet-wre. y..n linid h.y.ppines.a aid lumanity
itlcomlptibe 'lie higher we mount the great
Utisica! "nir- e-. f!he tiarker seems the moral
Iio,'iz,in. Y u .,i -tivn-r m-, the otier day.con- I
cerinrg i. tre !..4 "-ies athe I -thi century ;the
l. r' .-it .i : :mdi-teval vge; f. ib-and tj
woikv; ti pu e w light 4)f the Reorusation;
uid ofthe tvw.de.s of tthe printiog pres. . .
. . . . . .err thiuk that what ha; hap
pered wll Li.p1-3i a.,ait,. vivid that aufilted pro
ph1iecy hasi a-i utierior beirin,g upon the end of
time. Vile i-artied sa odly divin--t- wee very
careful in approuching4 th'- di.aii of prisphetic
:-velstion. eie fcel co, Fcibus that the worka hus
ree,,',4d .ts great coitoimmation If thir be so.
ulay it .C be poiblie thkt we are in the Satur- ft
day teciiix o.,he wurld'a uge?j -im r lai6t xreatb
aolking-aa -pregeimg l"r the i.al drama i -
this tne ciose ofaniottec, *Vc e of ctntiaries.which It
mark! tie sixth age of the world? , Well. then, y
i, :ununy is t-.pical or the wild .'reat 6"b
bath. which is to i'lulninate it %,h'I the re
spieindee cceifpece-t be mn.lienrnal ate. &tritl.
-thi aisy we not even iow be in the dirk iti.!t 9
which is the eventi.e of the brightest iorijn(3
in ail the aea of time? F r then, heaven '
and earth w:lt have. lor the driat time, ainc. tihe
tail, lent their synihonies to thu dipasoin of the
upheis ita prockihing the triumiphs ota rede.m- F
ei, restioed earth. whos e uive.sa anithim i;
*I.ebce aieti good-will!" Ti ue. Geva'd, the u:ght
may 1y: very d:ark ai.d very iting. sty longthat .i
) ou nor I nav p. s through it: But elf his thele
it no certaii,ty. i.or does it mtter. But it is;-pt it
te be near Ls emote. one thinix is certain: 'twill
sint aiways tie litie rieote future. Ihat argu
nient is a iveak tne-the olfPiprio. oi unfuith at.d b
di ut. You ki.ow that % cttade of 3 eats now is
fraught witli evenis it ue impoo.Aing than toi mer
ce i.i.ieN have wiit'5wCed: ..id Soie u,e liast
poe:ieai&y anL tru.i said "thiit bids sing sweet
e-t at ihe cioe of day. id saits ar ivist.t as
they p:.-s awa)," &c. Yes. ile "-t.de is stront;est
t. the ebb." e all u ho h vet been up-li the ca
tes k-.tfn :a.d tho'the- long hours of the day m.'% t
seeToititel utinble. he sui gliinetr ug iratisit;ou A
betwieen ligrit ut,et daeiki.e'e i anuiu impercept i- G
ble: aid tilus. too, 1In:y the gleat tieleitill up. .0
pear. tr itsn :is tan1t the Otie.ipulent call ele- fl
6ste or dest.oy. arre-t ane o. it es e-eur-e. isid
-"caet. lthe wr'ath ot fm.tl, to ,..ae hetn." &-.
liut ?jee .igr ru.jy te ioneg a. d ear':. atnd 'ike I
th::: o' the rutidlule-age.-. an agonlizinig and be'- I
wilered wor:.i nmuy emte'rge uhe.c,turn only ft
after it heas p.*hes. thtreigh fi-rc:: end re- .e
ente.s civil :nt:z religious ipotaecy..schisa iui.d w
wa.mwnh een teut ;:reat bul wark. the paets,
ia. hb- thireatem-id with the tires of the crucible.
At e, it inay coeei to lttypeti again. that toi tieiek
ariet:t :ie.d :-te.k eiuipe teutb may be deemn--a
pti.i.:-bLe heerecs. I
Yet.. n1t r cI, reieiitle. brutal. b!nndy.black TI
cinC better. ih- im.- order eef the siet~'the t.ornma t
spirit tfte ttineteentth cenatury Tue voex aiatbsh .1.
weiche w'ete's teo be ntehe poputltar vo.ce, ever) whtern
de'cnandes th'at the Temle aot .lseue ,bulil be cep.in
el n.ide, th:at the "diegs of wnir" rmay t ush itt.
thte worhl's gre .: "ceurt oh' death." T rul does
it apear tht a gra di "cyclo.e" of wair heeita
all woi les. "arourd .vh,ch a iturrous r"reille btests
tir uiver,il etroe."andi a-t dhe eleentusijolin
the fe ay. .$ympulhy irnoneg world<!-is nitis t.ot
o-sbl': Are ntot the ptiy:-ical, moral and otherF
wetini' I. d.Sttotub v connttected? .buat like the
ntet-weo.k which biuus r. ectcace and its coil.eie
veryr m:ne's hand is whctu:,ty aitcet hIs
"se,'glbor." aitel trw:e is '-b.ttle. murder anid
endldeni deatht." And it go-:s "Iron bad to woitne'
ii view o0- tr:e munrt.-r treem timhe eveni iniout I
(ewn tmidst. of such men a l)'tn .v.torty. HterbIert. E
I nti narrisor. I tisk yoeu. Ghaild. whose lii'e is
elate. as:d it it were not wise, for alil .nent to "se
thteir houses ine order"-inc other words. artra.gr
their muthiliorm relations with thIte o:fe In, ordet
See be ptrepared tfer the e.ext, however the exit.
It' mer. are to be shott deoWn as all thieumwere I
it s ptoof enough that wie hi.ye a die.bolism as&
devilith a' the i..erna. regto.-s, which wojuld
anot hesitete ate intant tee apply the totrch and the
knif'e tie ui.consci us. sleepineg infanc.v. The ontlly
-ec:irity that tihe bte-tr arit tr vear h:ive is .n that
I1t'. it.e trust nt htich sptrings f.omn duty dontee.tt.r .
lihenl it the itor-or's oe the s.'eiud dea5th at-ee
c:eped, what recks it of' thio"e woo may stoti a
,loying breath. thut ht'e, e. sita hts tee arrest thr' u
enetrace o t-immniorta lit. iito the poIrtal$ itf a city '
t where there i' no wear of atack antd de.tence w
M1o-t trule. tee-duy. does ' mas.'s inehumnitiy I
to mn trnike cotu..tti- mnihot. niurn." Fer
wickedi ru.cr-e ntii co.rrupt .-atelhtes too the pei
le, sled keepe the cery ine commret.een, unirest.
r ueetatity. d istrust, wat ot cotiile.tce. mi unt
e-rst anidtmg. &e. a
r S'itu s.du eet! The gencius and glory of the o
Friei.eii sceptireless depecrtedl, aned Franace is
goe eCuon n ! I15er the heegie:utimg of'the end may h
the itt thand. for the graned tane mutt be u.
raveled. and inc the uc:wim.ding othier cap;t..ts I
may ti b ,sw'ged anid othier deasti expite.
\ ptlean tisemi- lase calied htim A poI.y o . cuntS
I t smncriek"1 e h:ve bhcaze.d tIle wety ior Arena-~ n
g'..don:' Tie3 hate t the toirci stee !eed hue
deci edelo tueotieae(-d of men 5 as heep leo the sham
ble.," u..du there teas beeni an hoelocaz'ust of burcch-p
eredt pitice- its a basiquet nor the birds of p.c"
In fiv e -hort mtheS. cia r oii inva-ion. wi h
.teat jpmmp ate'S circsntancee." was turt ed
itoea war I r dear ofle--rti e cz?:amitto- acid f'e. a
recious~ titan any othier kitowne to modern times. I
t rsshadl with wondierfuil energe. teiacity. s
-Iand pre'-science piepaered the way for the~ eveut, o
1 atet when she~ w.as re:edy. ostensibly ber.u it by
I the way of the Hibeinzo tori aff.ar, whttch N:apo
leon. stricken with ju:lcialtt b mauneas, e cca-p'.
In seive hor amon-es. then, ten inivading lasttis I
Iarie over-rtl, te su-a city; its pae de-:1
stroye-d. Fucomit .e itcpinto the c.oceel1 the
'wa'-fromr We:c,thi no Sedau--wheere King Wi;
liaem ceaitd h.ve h.d a-l the ::tory he now has
Sad vet beetinnmagc.animous,it p.'ssiblyeiaving Ps
. is friom leer presaent hitter O..p]-and vir.;ia p
I 31eiz antd Par:s, it hais bern rout. confuion. a
, untcher'y, "adhes,. b'o.ei, 1ear." The gricito ar- i
'mie's. 'tener'als aned leaders of France ;leve d Iseep
- ea'ed ; live hcunnired thousanda Ferchmenr
iereisonrs oie war;. her tet ri'ory is dlespetiled. her
trea-uie e-x'acusned, her buti ess suneres-s die
:stroyed. titd leer peopule ritady tbut'cereed eiachc
I.teier. with ro eeypare'.t o.bject, and p.ep~and
di ubtle'ss for imia e if not for theat other dreadt
ca'etI::uce of war-petlcence. 1
F"raitce shounld t.ot h.:ve gone to wir for thep
Rlin.e outry, for it it aa.e:aubhtedly Gerum..n;
I nd thcaug'h ouir sy'.mpaties are with Frar.ee.we
canet anuctio. e ter 'reet. Minee anid thrite as a
leysn ha .Kt Ctiens, eake inidivtnua', ofen t-ail to
Ie:-rn, aind ieniah-nr '.a ed tserreening are -eome
times I':n:,,.- i" tam 'ein eitb- ruin. But thcep
detest o hi.- k '.- .aOutit b - a-tened by the
m'eab'"- ;eu .to -. who tvi.: 'fer the- had.,t
tha'mp,-a-d .-.* -r. it:ta1 rm. ustuped I
pf owe.ar O ... t e. .nilves'.C with i,t'amn'.
tue uath'. e n .e nistery. ot thie world
ais place-ti t..e.. .y tie the Freeteh. N.> tir- C
e mer Vanrda.i-tec piage excaeds it in titor--~ltiC
[girate.r iigut oc tue preseuet day3 calls tor a no-uer
buhtateity, but aus. with :te lights acid shadlows
So:" the pst-. '.'itli 'its trials at:d triurcpus itse:
I agotey anad it, gate, trnan stand- 'orrh ani .eni cal
d Istill. .Strip beizo ol te graces aned restra5.t5 Oh
a heait euuc-stionc, and he i. thee weake.st,
tIbe mosait fer'.caous of alt the let' er a tumals-for
br I t af.etions arse lain aside, aned be gt'.'s wild
at:d wantont anid p.:: petual palaiy to bL p.ssions
It' C:ula. qu.te recently, not s-at.-iu with tbcI
oraiiia,rv hiorroir oh w..r. wmiecn a..d children
hare bseen mur'ered I.. cold blood. Anad so tes'
theC su strory all over the wide world that strife ,
and irbulence rule the hour :that vata-gleory,
utaentiable amtibitiarn. Iuel on poweer. .eartless
t greed,. self-loe. pcrie,e egco.e ce.ar'gauce arnd'
mnpudce :are emottig tir etandaar',s; that
tue mad the.irres of' agrarian. encuiu,.t-social
istec, autd radical touchers,. ate cuiwnntinee' i
bioodiy btrstility to all tIh noberelem,:ntot ife
Ano is thus spirit which '.'oulea pr..uce a wreck
r of worlee, the -p i tIhat priofe5.edy Chbrie-tran e
Inationes shouhu allow, it niot .ai-er'? Is this what
meni cal --greatt.es?'.' Tue Woe ld's E'van- 1
geuical Aliance, wh.ch wat. to have ma-t in New
Y1ork I.ust Novembhers toidue-cusi "the weightier t
matters of the la w." most have been mostI tr uly
bonthered about "the mti,t, the atiise amid thuee
fcumin " ice the fllinig t.eciarattion. vr'
mu gated upon the anntouceeniit of the pot
penem--nttof its tuecti mg :'-Tne tDime u i is t
t most :cariy tprese~i in the miPchry cet'es now
is assembling of the world's great ambassa
)rs for immortal truth was deferred. .
. . . To day tlst '*Ihe Infinite Wisdom or
dted this reult, sets at deliance te teachin:s of
le pe! fpJeace, forbearni.ce and go-d will.'
A1ea.ing Ameicaii journal someTime icince
clared that the country neeed a i.ew reli;:oit.
.the higbet-law party, too, have halled loug
rce for a n:.w Gud!
Alazt, for the re:i,io-sOcial science of the day.
envirous. evvelop ani e:., wraps itsel f on muca
i selfishness, asceticism, m:ateriali<m, p,arisee
m. cold ogmatic theo7ozy aid a li:eless Ivith.
31eii who have not tested the merit.. or the old
ligioi--wio m .y not l:jve t4,ucled the inarzin
it4 broad donaii-- aid who t;as t-st d to The
imost a sin-le one of it?,.ublime assurunce.? -
ke babbling idiot;. are ca:ting for a new reli
ion. No wonder that natlow. whiici profefs
id call them-eves Christian, lie Isruel of old.
ie in the widerness. and like the c:ties of the
laiU, are burad in oblivio.
A RE.MARKAB.E Cot..-Col. Zel.
[ori is. -f tilts County, w:as muarried to
is pr"etit wife onl the 13th day of
:i,.uary, 1814. Theov have raisod twelve
bildren, c!everj of whon tmartied. They
ave lived the whole period of their
3arried life of tiftv-seven years, on the
iri where he was born, eizhtv.tive
ears ago. It many almost be sail of tie
.-e:ale couple, as it was af MOses of
1id that thair --ee i not disti, ior it-ir
atural force aiated.' ie keep-s the
nest hor:v, in the Coutnty, ard ca.,
ie forty tiiles a day with but little
Ltigue. lle is an elder in Phihale!phi-tI
!hurch, of whith his son-in-law, the
,.:v. Mr. McDtall, ik pnsiot. The I
enerable couple aver that there never
as been flj-ir betweein thetn. Take it
fl.and all, wmhere cat such another his
'trv he found ?
[Chat latte (N. C.) Southern Home.
NEW MAn. RoVT A.D NEW PoST
117aCES.-A weeki miil route hax hern
stalli,hed from J.hson's, oil the C. G.
; A. Railrond. %ia Mi-e Greek. Mount
Vtilling an-d Bu,k1iight's Fery to N-w
erry C. II. The "Mine Ctek" Post
tfice a ill be at the residence of M. M.
adigett, D-q. Tie opeting of tills timil
[tUe will be If grnt convetsience to the
eople in the ci etiou of coun:itiry th'rimz)h
hieh the rotate pa'ssvs.:rs Iher have long
een sadly in want of t:!] faii:e. We
tye to n, )e tttanv addi-ions to our sah.
-rilitior list f'on the three otfice.. inen
IAed in the next two or three month
[E it-fiehl Advertiser.
L-t parents miake e-.ry po,ible efrort
have their chibireu LO to sleep i 1
enasanat li-.nor. Never scold or giveI
*etturea, or ir any way womnd a chihl'.,
*-lins 1s% it goe. to led. Lt all ha1.it1ish
t<-iness aId every w-olv vare tat bed
ime., and let slevp vome to a ind at
eace with God atid al! the world.
A Vicksborg ni-t-i %.ho s.-t a spring
un li his ll-sic hue fouind hiims, if
-idower a few h mrs afteward. Ie
jy, t ill tell his asp.'nd wife w hen he
uts a ''a [tre again.
D.-m Svift savs thiat all knowledge
ilit: ihiertly diomestie retnders wo
lenl Vai ani v,.nreit-d: Ohat an mducat.
I nife vou!d learra o de(i::e her atig
"Fell Asl-ep in .'esus,"
On the 19 1a Julv, 1S71. Atatie Magdaline,
c b,-loved d.,n.hter of J:il:us and Ilrrier
i t Z it-1, :sgtd two vo er :ttd fortr ;i::tha.
mile Annie. thou lja,t fded from in
g-At wi h ih l-swer.;, of -urmr-r: ilac swee
--ver- rh7tr thv little iands haliered with
eigi:r are .one, hut thott hat n1Iot tihe im,
111rt.i n aad fadI.-less ;arl:il. of EtrnraityV.
/c mis thae, dt *ring one, uand lastena in v;ini
r thec patterinro" th:ly little rect; olnr harr,
ehe~ to har nahe echIo of tav lingti voie; antd
'hen t wilight .shadiow, fall-tis we ,it sileta
ra --ad in the glo-ttminr-wh!at uanutvernbh!e
ear ninlg fi I our sonl s to teel, if bi,tt once
Ia:in,the l.aving' e.ira--of thy i usl :It:n,.4s we
,ri inedii tte li-p:ig of thyV eveinig pras er
b'- .:id :and rapp!ila l.'ugh al6:0 bar-t fr-o ii
(y hI) y lp- a. thyv feettae1rpd tiw- va-rge of
'r.am, asur.s uas the Ang -l andi wer
':irinlg for thece oil the: 'O3 er Shor ie.'
)e.:th~ ha:th touchle I thle mn arb,c ie o --
be" smile.--upremtely bile-.
-an- calis theae to) hai biet-t.
Oa maurm-ar not ; fa om ctre and sorarow
rom thae rugg.-d p.r:ha aif life
Iaer trnder feet are s-tre i-no tm-Irrow
rings far bar its tear, anld .trife.
De-pIrted this life aoi (lie '23:h u!lt , after :1
rief ilbre-a in ci i-bed.i, 31r-. M .t c::n
aaZ eBt-.Ti: CatAPPELL. WIfa- of ,J. U3. Cn -
elr, :ttad daughater of .\o0ses antd Ee.ali;.e
.nde-rs:m, dIee'd., aaged 35 years, 9 mOonthas
ad 11 <i:vs.
It seldom fulils to the lot of any one to
tronite;e a dea th thaat ba, c.malad saeit a
enealI -orrow over thle cotmmuniaty aus thaat
f 1r. Chatppeli; fl tn .i ,pinrach thec s:ul
utyt noit imn!v wvicr il d-fH lC. on * eln
mmon,411 prait-e, wvere so j:Uy dat. ta it a
I>I tis. ar.maeh. ctannot be. cens-ured : o li
or onIy does j u .ie Iio :he~ di:,d,l 1ar hl-id
; aod a- virton,lt lite 'ii theC emnitatio
I thet livitta. For m.my(3 y.-aM (. C.pp-l;
-- a3 memCT'-r lot thae i'a.tt-r Camre',:u Bi.b
,iver, andr i:-r dily w-tik and conrtt.4ti-I
tve: evid-tce that she was a4 Clirt-isIta th
re s~-nse if rhe w'ord This was- mi 'aifest.
d hav her quieut atnd event tmp--r, lhv her
bariry ain. cI t~rir::h'e d1ed. She p->kc i
I none., h,u as kindl antd good. to a Of0:
e.r eve-ribody spoke well. anad all tha4t knew
-r I.wre.I iher, in I n av jiii:i i: the .sorrow
er death h:ts c suse-i.
Mra Chapapell, for several day-s- after bar
anti:elmet. d .dl rnot -ieemn to be dotin: as
eli i: wa< d--ired. tt noi alalrming stramp
>m d.elotpe I its' -Jr til, Sm.n1I:v, t he 17t
1e r di--id h:r-n, ht-ve.v-r,:- hopt e ta ,~a eva i-l
1r o: T ur-iv, ath, d-') b. it w.js eri.la-tt
taIr se couldi noi- liong -turvive r- di,
l-e se: ne' nalu-riit thet p.i-r 'r remedrel ii,
ndi the aunc-as-ingL~l tuell: il) 0f kind friiendl,
ndu :tt early twiligh' on that iv hear ran.
,tmed spii took its flight to the man-ions
f hearven ly re-t.
he. la-aves a husbatnd and four sm ll chib.
rnr, one~ of the n <mlIy two week, old alt her
earh one sister, ntow thec oily livitng repr
ntt ive of a f.mily which bart a few year
go was~ unbroken,, to:eihe-r u ith a tailg Hi t
f frienads atnd ac-quiri-tanlces,- to waeep for the
iewhich Cannlor Ibe repaired. But may
odl, tv-o in llis inafinire wi,to-n tahoniht
rap -r to infl'ct thi. hdeeip dom-estaic woundl,
pphy the b.dmn of r--si;n ::ioa, rad annoint
Swi h the oil of' Hastrmercy. that it it 'y b'e
(maliaied ta, the present and etertnal good of
I'ue des th bed scente caan neve'- he forgotten
~those "-ho -a itneao.ed it : tae gr-iet--stricka-n
ush.md-, Pie little chliilrtn weeaping foar theiur
~o acr, manit.-tia-; a -orrow keenly feit,
be groupl of - Orro sing, sobin1g t'riend.t -~
e:lt.d to mnake upi the consu~tmmnarion tor
--hieb rhe amnenat aaroupta-t -iehen I: "Oh thia
av had were .arer,.nd niaante eyes a founa
aiit of teair-., that I migh:t e.-la day sn-l
tg:br for the slain of rate d::aglter of my
While huashand, children. 'ier and friar,d&
yournt as hum Il nia ure dletmand-, iav their
Tif he elmst-aed andi the'ir hea:rts ststaianed
v rememinb:ringr that she 'i-.es a satin: in
". BuIrv the dead and waeern
In -tiu!e' o'er tha- to":
Banrv theP i!ca.l: in: Clar-r thtey sleep
Whbo i.a:e cc earth is cros, a"
F I E 'D.
COM ME RC IA L.
NEWBERRT. 5. C., AXItfTh 8.-Cotton 16't
Nsw Y(tti, Amgli<t 8-7 P M -Cotton
uI an Iii ommal, with s.ales of 910 bales, at
91. Gold 12} a 11
CH/R..gsrog. Anaiae 7 -C.>tton dn!t
niila!inar 18; receipts 151 bases; sales 50;
PROp? PostTava.--The iiensae -a2'et of Stng
r'- .-'o-r 31 cil,.rs is a proot' prairive of the~r
nri'.- No famaily knowitg anaythaing at out
heml are~ wihling to doI wathou one. A aything
n th,' .,'ifa-wing, plain air orniamien:l,l ca.n
Ie aone ia: themn, aus.b a child with I'ut utide in
trnelin cana run tha-m with facdity Taae ma
hbmery assimpte ai d not lia -de to bre:-k or t~
ut aof order. Tiaey ha*ve been known to keep in
too runnJing orefer tor fifteen years wirthout
MR. P. P. TOALF-IT
OPLcz A ID S,A LS EnoxS .-We are
fo m our readers that their o tsequ ta
P1. P Tat!e, wle co.ti:,pin: his man
Doom. Sushe', Etints. etc , ont Horibeck's
Ch:brle-lou. S. C., bas opened a bakdqm-M
2NdviteLivers,si ro'sat N.2t ifaa-iii
where they wil, :ad It moreconveniet to.0 -
him wben they sit the city. TbtS2les"
vxtend to'.fo 22 vitknef 8trevt. bte is
atothsrentrance. Send and ge-t a iew " A&
tei:ded price Ji,t of latest ttyle, etc. S*f adrr
mi DEBILITY AND EMAC
ATION oalh r.-sult from the lack of ability
to convert the food into tutrimen.t.. Hovr
neces-;,rv, then, for those sffering front
these jalarusit:g oymptoms to imnw4iafetl
re%ort to a remedy that will strengthea
the stomachinttd digestive organ. For, ae
soon aa tl.i- desirable o1jvt has been se:
comlplished the health improves, and tht
patient resomcs his usual personal appsae
rnet. - Hostetter'a Slomach Bitters- havei
tt:ained a world-wide popu'atiry in such
cases, and have been proven tho best and
afe. t means of removing conitipation'
rnin- the stomnach, giving energy -ro the
liver. nud relievin every symptom -of uet.
voIstn4ss and depre.!ion of spirita.. I;,
chopring and beneficial effects are highlf
spok-n of by thousands.. who -oe to. it
their restoration to henith.-.-No renrti',
in the.-annals of mediciae ba- htti4W:. -W
same popularity in thoshort spice oF tji
it has been before the public, or. hai -44
the hirh endorsements. accorded"ig-jW
exrellenlt tonic. -- Many ot.her prep''at3on
purportini to be correctives an@- fstor -
tives. have heen introduced,-and -bae pe,.
ished one by one, while the popularity. .
Ilostetter's Somach .Bitteir coatiniev seo
incresso, and iA now 'recognizedasa stidd*'
ard household medicine. The ir6es -
which attends the use of the Bitters-evitei*
at once its virties in all ca-es -of debility
ni-1 diseve of the stomach. Certicates
altrost %ithout number, hase-een -pub:.
Iished, attesting itA truly kiraculos ew..
in removing those painfal and fearfiA 45:
seses. And at. this time it seems Idle t *
do -iore than call aitention to the gap
remed v (,f the ace t:a ord-r to awaken pp.
lie attention to its -eceellence. It iq,i..
oly preparation of ite kind that is reishi
in a cnse2, and i-s t*refore w6rthy -of
the coi-sideration of the offlicied.
Aug 2, S1-0
Mapes' Kuperphosphate of
WE ha e a 1ot of ti.e $1bov0e auable a:d
popatlar FERTILIZER on hand and for said
cheap. It is s leniid. for Turnipi. ke.
LOVELACE & WHEELE&
Anr. 9, 32-if.
Washington & Lee University,
LEXING TON, VA.
The next session of this Instituion will
commence otn the third Thut.4day (21st) of
Septenmtier. 1871, and continue without
ratitwtit-sion unttil the tourth Thursday in
The it.struction entbraces thorough
0!Cth,, Literary and Scientific coures, 5
a g-titer with the Profesional-department
of Law :nd E;igineering.
he entire expenQes r the session of t
monti ne-d ntot exceed $340 or $325, ac
o-.o:g to the price of Bonrd. Arrange-j
ments are t!so male for messing, by which
sudents may redttce their expenses to $2530
For futher information address
V. W. C. LEE, Previdect.
WILLTAM DOLD, Clerk of Faculty.
A 3: , s -tf.
Ot-R' Stock of
Printed J3rilliants and.
Wil be offerra from thi. ate at and uander
NEW YORK COST.
A couter has heen set apart on which.
B.ARGAINS in v:uious kinds of DRY
G;OODS n~i be offered.
Purchasuers are invited to call and exam
itne. TERMS CASU.
A. . McCAT'GHRIN & Co.
Molasses, Flour, &c.
.5 Jtls. Chice N. (O. Molasses.
;35 ~Sa:ks Li verpoo halt.
Saek.. No. I lei| Flour.
Siacks No. 2 F'l.it.
1 'iete.e Sut.ar Ciredi Cantvassed Haime.
a C ses. Fresh Lard in Caddie.
Ft"sh Mal, Griat, &,:.
G ;. as .br fair Preservine Fruits.
Fer Sdae LOW FOR CASH.
A. J McCAL'GIRIN & CO.
A ug. 9, 2---2t.
ICE Every Day, Every Day.
Ex tra Inducemnents Offered !
For e'.yr 25 lbs., besidea tdie regular
price, I a ill pay a znice premium wdish 25c.
For every 50 Ibs , a premium worth.. 541e.
Fo,r es ery l100 lbs., Sto:. in silver, or a lbs.
Fur encrs 2(1( lbs. Rag, one doller in
gold extra, or ' lbs. of Candy.
Come alonag ye ILag people, this offer on.
lfor one tmonth.
L. R. MARSHALL.
I H A VE this day associaedwhmem
hm::er M. A.J. cCAUCHRIN, who
wii! fru:n this date take charge of and -eon.
tun.. t ne h-une.n nndaer the name-of A. J.
McCAUGIIRIN & CO. Our terma hereaf
ter will be GCASH. All parties indeb-ted to
me whi $Sd their N.>te u.d Acrocasg io
the hand:. of my hembe, for collectio
R L McC' U.GBIN.
WE i.a':e this dav assosiated with - os is
lhu4tes Mr. JOBN T. PETERSON, and wall
contitue to do btus-u o'sa under the name and
strie of A. M. BOWERS & CO. Thanktul
for past favors we 6olueit a continnance of
the same. A. M, BOWERS,
-. J. C. WILSON.
Ha.ving assaociatedl nmself in business withb
the ermn of A. M. BOW'aERS & 00., 1 shall -'f^
he pleas-d to meet with nmy old friends lJy.
our plae f buinss
JOHNY T. PETERN~~
A ugust i st, 1871-21-..3.