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Growing Cot-ton Crop.
NEW ORLEANS, July 2.-The fo
lowing is a summary of the Cott
crop report to June 30:
.R erts from forty.four 'countit
show a decrease in aereage of sevw
per cent., but a fair average. TI
stand of crop is two weeks behiad th
of last year. It is remarkably cef
though: small aw4 back- ard. Tl
labor supply is satisfactory.
Thirty-six parishes report a d<
crease in acreage of twenty per een;
The weather is .less favorable tha
last year. The average stand and e.:
dition of the plant is generally goo
and promising, though three week
late. There is no complaint abou
Forty-five counties reported an ave;
ace inerease in acreage of fifteen pe
cent. The stau& is good; has bee:
planted two weeks later than last yea
bat is .in fine growing condition, an,
free from grass. The supply of labu
Twenty five counties report a de
crease in aereage of 8 per cent. Th
weather is less favorable. The stan,
bettr than last Near, though thre
weeks backward. The labor is eff
Twenty-four counties report a
acreage decrease of 21 per cent.; th
weather less favorable; the stand 1
fair, and the crop is clean but small
being two weeks later thau last set
son; labor about the same.
Twenty-seven counties report a:
average acreuge d ase of 16 pe
cent.; late replarted looks better thal
old cotton; crop is somevbat later an,
generally cleaner than ever befort
growing radidly; labor never better.
Forty-one counties report the wea
ther less favorable; an average. dL
crease of 19 per cent.; planting tw
and three weeks later; fair averag
stand; mop elean and healthy, groN
ing finely, though small and bael
ward; decrease in use of fertilizers 4
Twenty-one counties report an acrt
age deerease of 17 per cent weathe
unfavo-oble; since replanting has 2in
en fair average stand; plant smal
condition good, crop clean and gron
ingr well; labor sufficient; decree i
the use of fertilizeis 33 per cent.
Sixty-nine counties reported a d,
crease in acreage of 10 per cent. Ti
weather is less favorable. The stan
and condi ' u of the crop are go ad
It is gro ng finely, and is clear
though small, being ten days lte
than last year. The use of fertilizer
has decteased :30 per ceut. as con
pared with Iast year.
Reports front this State are meagri
The acreage is said to have decrease
4 per cent. The stand is good, an
the condition very fine, clean an
growing well, being one week earlie
than last year. There are no com
plainits of labor.-News & Courker.
Terrific Rain and Hail Storm:
CL.&RKsoN's T. 0., S. C., July G.
Yesterday morning about five o'eloel
a hurricane, rain and hail stormi pais:
ed from near the Wateree River, tei
miles above here, sweeping everythin;
in its wake to the Congaree. In mor
e; the fields planted ia cottont therei
nothing left but the root and abou
three inches of the stalk; the corni
literally torn to pieces. Ffteen tree
were blown up by the roots in tw
hundred yards of this depot. A grea
miany colored people left their h:.ne
anAd rushed here through thte pelt as
hail. Women and children wer
screaming and praying in every diree
tion. To-day the colored peopib ar
ernngregating together, asking ust
other what to do. I have been ridin
(ver the ruined country, and almros
every farmer meets mec with, 'My Go<
I am' ruined3." I gave my horse to on
poor old man. who was too enfeeble
to walk tolhis cotton field. On reachl
ing his 6eld. I will never forget th,
perfect picture of despair he preseintedi
whent ho turned to me and exclaimred
-My p'oor children will starve." W
mt:avnake one-thtird of a crop.
ANOTH ER ACCOUNT.
RlcCH LAND FOR~K, S. (2.. Jnly-, 6
The heaviest hail storm within the re
ellection of the oldest inhabitant:
r::sed over this section yesterday
(Sunday.) seriously' damaging crop
of all kinds, and, in somec places, total
17 destroying everything. On sown
plautations the fodder crop was entire
lv destroyed, the corn seriously in
j~ured, ard the cotton left with a sten
wtuta leaf or forum upon it. Plant
ters sceau perfectly in despair. Up t<
this time the seasons have been favor
:uble, and thre promise for a g,oud yiek
veryv bright. The storm was first see.
in 'the neighborhood of Sprintg Hill
and its devastation was continuec
along Hligh 1111l Creek to the Saluda
its tracka nuroged about two ntilesu
width. Corn and cotton was com:
pletely riddled and best to the grumr
sute e~f the ears of corn wereknce
som;e of which were as large as a g(oos
eze.anid hrad rough points or projee
tins. Th.ousauds of dollars will no
. e<::er the los.s in the immendiateneigh
borhood. In Columbia and vicinity thet
wa:s considerable of a storm. with;
little hail. Thte wind roared and whi:
tlud as though it was the month o
Mlarch. A n'uitber of trees and fene
were demolished, but no material dam.
age to crops.
(Correspondent .Mcrs & c7ourkr.
R EMAR.Kmt.--We learn from:
ri ::eble source, that one day last week
while seine colored persons were o.
itir way to a burying ground with:
corpse, in the upper part of th:
('unty, antd during the thunder storm
a 5tre~k of lightning struck the coffin
tearing it to pieces, and killing in
stantly two of the ment.
(Barn&tt i Sein ie
t'OVErY is B.D. but the worst k had o:
pouverty is po-.rty oi the blood; this make:
a~ m; *eor imlttd," for it takes away ii
s: rteth, courage and energy : but enrich th(
Wuc.,i withr its vitnd e!eur,.: Iron. by taking
ti.e 1*crnvian Syrup (a protoxide of iron.
ant y-ou will feel rieb an' 'as good as any.
body." Try it.
TPOS. F. GRENEKER, EDITOR.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
I WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1874.
A PAPER FOR TE .PEOPLE.
The Herail is in t.e hjitest respr-et a Fan
ily Newspaper. 14Votel1 to the material ia
d t4~rn-tsof the peop(e ofti ony:mh
State. It circulates extensivelv. a14 as an
Avertisin;: med'iimn otrer, timrivalled (ad
vantages. For Terms, see first page.
The Tax Unions.
We notice that meetings have been
r beld in vari_us Counties in compliance
a with the call of the Executive Cow
uittee, and the work of organization
is proceeding with a prospect of be
Com(ing general. A general united
mveument is what is needed. Nothing
less will effect anvthingL.
A mecting of citizeus of Township
I No. 1, will, be held in Toiperance
Hall on Satirday, the 25th, at 11
Tle Columbia papers of Friday last
reported the sudden.and sad death of
Mrs. Cornelia Kiuard, the wife of Mr.
M. 1. Kinard, from au overdose of
paregoric. 31rs. Kinard was in the
first bloom of youth, and had been
r married but about two vears. She
r was the grand-nieee of Gnl WaddV
Tiomp)son. of Greenville. IIer sad
and untiiuelv death has thrown her
large circle of acquaintauces aiid friends
in deep sorrow.
Williamiston Female Colle'ge.
> It was not our pleasure to attend
C the Coumeneuient Exercises of the
~ above named popular institution, but
we glean froi Lar imre fortunate
brethren of the press who were there,
and wh were perwitted to enjoy the
pleasant excrcises as well as the hos
r pitality of President Lander. and bask
in the swiles of beauty, that the ocea
sion was ote of rare excelleuce and
iiighlV successful. It would have
been stranLe had it beeu otherwise, for
the Rev. S. Lander, it is well known,
admits of no word as fail in his vocab
e ulary. All that he does is well done,
iand his Commencements are not only
pleasaint, but profitable. We learn
Sthat the opening address was made by
te Rev. 3Mr. Capers, and was delivered
-before a large and delighted audience.
There were but two graduates-Miss
Ida Clinkseales and Miss Sallie Hlutto.
SPresident Graint's Change or
dA change in Gen. Grant's views in
regard to the Southern position is re
ported to have taken place lately.
When his positive rejection of the
statements made by the representatives
of the Taxpayers' Convention is re
kmeimbered, it seems scarely possible
that the chauge in sentiment now men
tioned can be credited. Yet with the
Sig~hts so forcibly broughut to bear upon
hinm, anid the constantly repeating de
v'elopmaents of the corruption and
fraud of our government. it would
Sseem stranger indeed if the prejudices
Swhich have warped his judgment
should nor be made to vield, to the
free of well established facts and rea
son. It is reported that lie is much
disgusted with thne condition of afflairs,
a ~nd thinks that every Republican is
responsible for the existingt villianies.
and that Moses should have been con]
victed, and that there must be a true
Sreform in this State next fall, or that
the Republican party will repudiate
the so-called Republicans of South
rolia li aboaf'nmed,it is said.
that thne Federal troops are net here to
enforce the collection of exorb)itat
taxes, but for arresting illicit distillers,
le I these are Gen. Grant's senti
menits, and he adds the aid of his inl
tunce we mayv hope for a reform.
The Piedmont Mills-4reen
- An aticle in the 1Eeterprise and
M Iouef aineer of the 1st. elves sinme
interest in details in regard to this
manufacturing enterprise, andl as-thiis
is a subject which should engross the
attention of the pIeole of this State,
we madke a few extracts froin it.
GreenviiL is eminently fitted for man
Iufacturing purposes, and the Piedmont
Compauy, ia which we are pleased
Newberry is well represented, could
not have made at better selection for
the scene of its imlportanit opiertions.
In whatever point e-mnidered. whether
as egrds water fa-ilities, healthful
Uess of climate, charming seecuery,
adaptaition of soil to cereals of all
kinds no t even excepting cotton itself.1
nea~rness to -school<s. colleges anid
ach'urches. railroad facilitie&. etc., it
.could not well have been bettered, and
we see no0 reason whyv a large success
will not result front it. The time
fixed for the cotmletio.n of all the
itnneuse work necessary in this uu
dertaking is December 1st, 1874, anid
judging by the reputation of the con
tractors, among whom we are pleased
to notice the name of P. P. Toale, of
Charleston, himself a stockholder, there
is no doubt that it will be accomplished
at the time specified.
-Ini the construction of the dam,
already partially built, nature has
done much in making it one of the
mos su~.bstantial of its kind. The
cana.l now beinig excavated through
2%0 feet of solid roek, will be 20 feet
wide and 10 deep. The tarbine wheel
I t fl horse power will take 10,004)
feet of water per minute. the river
being capable of -furnisihing 5).000
feet. The ioundation of the main
building covers 254 by 52 feet. three
stories front, four rear, ttiwer 75 feet
hih and l; sq.uare.
1;t fioor-(weavil." room) 208
2,//oor--(carding r~omn f1i' eards,
S drawing fran:es, t .ubbers, 8 fly
34 r/oor-(sinning ri m ) 42 spin
Ding fraies. 4 spoulers. 4 wirpers. 4
The full capacity of tht- buildi: L
wil! Le 248 lo.:-s.
The floors of the main buibling wivl
be supported by 24S tarmed columns
Collilected wiIh Cast iroun caiitals and
pntals rest ing the floors on the col
umus. and not the columns on the
floors, cross-beams securely anchor<d
in the walls.
For co:fort of operatives it wIll be
unsurpassed, lavii 241; windows. A
ft 6 inches by 3 ft 8 inches, with
segment tops, and _ash double hung.
Style of goods, standard sheeting
Two hundred hands will be employ
ed. including 175 operatives.
The picker house on the left of
main building. 40 by 60 feet. one
story, fire-proof. All the improve
ments anainst fire so that the insur
ance will be at the lowest rates.
A large 9 room dwelling house oe
cupics the hill in front of the maiu
The cices and cottage residences,
of the most comfortable kind, with all
out buildings, gardens, &c., will occu
py the slope of the hill. to the right
and left, between the hotel and the
The above figures are reliable, and
are suffieicutly gratifying to show that
the enterprise in all its appointments is
planned by master minds and with
the purpose to make it a paying busi
ness to its liberal minded stockholders.
The Enter-prise aud I[ounztaimer
complimeuts its President, Mr. Ham
met, as being one of the best factory
men of the South, and we think the
compliment highly deserved. Among
other facts related of his acumen is
the temporary stoppage of the work
during the late pauie, by which it is
estimated a clear saving, of S10.000
alone was realized to the Company.
Success to the Piedmont Cotton Fue
tory, and may the example so ener
getically sct forth in this be the means
of spurring our people to like efforts
wherever faiciIi ties are afforded for
manufaciturin:g.' The prosperity, we
miht add the salvation of the South
era country, in a large measure de
pend ou manufactures.
The City of Baltimxore.
The Baltimo're Ga:ette of July 3d
is largely taken up with a description
of this city, its past, present and fut
ure, its extensive and improved busi
ess facilities, its railroads, manufae
tories, foundries, elevators. wvharves,
warehouses, etc. The growth and imn
provement of this city is indeed won
derul and suggestive of what can be
done by enterprise and liberality.
Baimore is indeed "entitled to claim
her rightful rank as one of the chief
eities~ of this contineut-surrounded
by all the coinforts which are necessary
to make this a most pleasant anbiding~
place, by all the arts whiTh make a
city attractive, and by all the means o
intellectual cultivation which oughit to
make it, and we trust does make it a
"No town in the dominin of 'the
old thirteen' has grown with steadier
growth to that ripe power and useful
nss whieb convert well-ordered cities
into fortresses of national stremnt.
No town within that circle has bound
itself in so short a space by 5 somy
ties that we miay-laim to call pre-emni
nently national. its position is in the
very heart of the cotfederacy. Its
population is drawn from the North,
the South, the East an.i the West. It
has always been intimately conneicted
with agriculture, as a principal mart
of the two great staples of flour and
tobaco. it has always beenm in some
degree a manufacturing towii. And
in equal distribution with these, it was
at an early period the seat of an active
commerce. It would be hard to say
which of these three interests have
prepoderated in promnotinig the growth
of thme city. Certainly we iuay aflirim
neither has held such predonmi naice
as to show itself above the others
either in the directibu of our affairs
or in the character of the community.
It thus stands somewhat conspicuously
as the representative of the leading
interests of the country at largre. This
character is still further shown in the
same equal divisioin of reliiious de
nominations, presenting an equilibrium
of opinion in thamt particular which
may be reckoned as a type of our
'in the last few years Baltimore
has ta:ken a high place among the
cities of the Union. The harbor pene
trates the heart of the city, from
which the ground rises slowly for dis
taces varying from one hundred to
one thousand yards, then rapidly into
sucessive heights, forming an aumphi
theatre with views from each tier: in
reasing in beauty as it ascends. until
the city, the harbor, the river, the
bay, the surrounding country, spread
ing out their varying features, present
ascene of beauty, seldom surpassed by
the seats of commerce in the Old or
The completion of its channel im
rovement, by which the city has now
a. ihat th e a of the averae
depth of twenty-four feet at mean lo
tide is one of the crowning points in
its tide of success. and which has only
been reached by years of patient labor
and the use of large capital. All
honor to the city of Baltimore. may
her caryi trade in imiports :id ex
ports be equal to that of New Ytrk.
State Treasurer's Report.
Treasurer Cirdoza ii.akes the follow
ing report as to his receipts and ex
peUditures at the St:re Treasury, for
Nov. 1, l73. t,i June *). 1S74:
Receipts for raxt' Of 1P-78). S1.620.
4111.72. Frvi ,ther smurcs. 816,.
2,<2.66. Tot-al lteceipt, 160.8.
Expenditure of Tx. 187:-., %,;
443.25S.52. For iniscullaneous pur
poses. 4,8.$0. Total $1.458,152.
32. LeLving balance, 8178,532.06.
Reeeipts and expenditures undei
provision of Tax Levy and appropria
leceip)ts for salaries. contigents,
Penal, Charitable and Educational
list itutions, Free cho.LegislIative
Expensus. Public Priating, Defieien
cies, South Carhnia Baink :nd Trut
Comlpany, lIterest Public Aebt, .I;.,
Cellaneous purposes, 51,.(84.:8.
Expenditures, 81 .458,152.82.
The report shows a balance for Sala
ries and Conttingents of 311.02G.01(;
Penal, Charitabie and Educational In
stitutions. 29,9S7.2; Free Schools,
2 mills, $41;.59; L islative Expenses.
11 mills. "8:3.84; Public Printing, I
mill, '2.4; JX,ticlie-cies. 3 mills.
$91.Sl; South Carolina Bank & Trust
Comipany, - inmill, 88-139.25 ; Interest
Public I)t:bt. I inill, ;8135,83.34
.iscellan.ous Purposes, s ,8 ,.
A Tmui.iN AnvENrus.-A friend
sends us an account of a thrilling eques
trian adventme of a Morganton belle,
The ladv in questioni was out riding
with a gentleman last week. Theyv
n ere riding r:pidlV down a long 11hp
when the -elt ielanil's liorse Stumble(l,
and fell. The lad's horse cleared )ot
him an'd rider at one leap and theii be
e:une quite inmn:tageable. Two hun
dred vards further on a narrow hinE
Was bioek:uled by* a nego, mule ain(!
cart square across it. le hor;vse wa
careering atfull speed. T pass aroundi
ws iipossible, to stop equally so, bt
the agile aiimal at one f earfil boun'.
cleared negro, mule and Cart. Onm
charming eqiuestrienne never for a mo
ient lost her blance and was laughin
gaily when her horse was checked tw<.
Miis fuirthe on. Nobody hurt, bt
ruilor hath it that the horse carried thi
negro's hat oi1 un his hind hoofand thal
the negro has since coulbed a horst
shoe out of his wool.
([Pic<hmon( Precss, IJickory, . C.
We give the atbove. as wve finud it. a'nd
wVould vouch for it but for the hors,
shoe lefL. in the negro's wool. That is
too thin. Now what have we down ir
these "low grounds" to do with the 10.
cals of the high mountain region oj
HIickory~ and Morganton. Jfust this
our' young inen are of lively', impulsive
character, and a feat of the kind de
scrihed might so lire their imtaginuatiomu
as to excite in them a desire to seeth
dauntless fair one, but we cannoi(t spart
ttern all, and therefore advise them te
take the storyv with somne gr'ainrs o)f al
lowance, and r'emain at home.
FoR THE IhERALD.
.PnOtSPER.IITY, S. C.,
.JuneO 29, 1 674.
Mit. Exrru: Please puiblish the fol
lowing in thle columns of your paper,
so its unmiiy readersi' mfay' see how wei
G (ood Temnplar's are getting along down
hei'e. Dethel Lodge, No. 12, muet last
S"atuurday at the usual hour. 'l P. M.
We commienced butsinless, then proeed
ed to initiate Rev. Norris, of Edgeutickl
Co. Alter initiatory' services, we ro
eeededl to pr'epare to mnarch to Bethe]
(llaptist) Chureb, for the pur'pose oj
hearing an address delivered hy thet
new brother. Whein we obtained sight
of the chureb we behel alar'ge congre
iationi of speetator's. We martchted it
front oif the church, then marched in il
'The L. D). arranged. all things, ther
int'duced Mr. J. Rt. Norris. of Edge
ilid Co., (agent for the Sons of Tern
peranceW,) who delivered a shor't, bul
eloqulent :and forcihle Iargtment ont' tem
pancem't. The L. D). then introdue
Rev. Norris. who spoke ablout one hour
His argumehnts were very touching
HIe showed the great evil pr'oduiced b)
inehriation. IIis speech was~ priincipal
iy etreatinig the friends of Bethel vi
more raise the fla:g that .Judge O'Neal
once elevated so high. I amn sorry tha
I amn not able to send yon the copy 0
his excellent speech]. Though it -
enough ton say' that his arguments were
son nobilv handled that we obtatined the
nam.es of a couple of friends, and expee1
thecm at or next meeting.
Our ILdge was or'ganized the 2n day
of April. 1.974, by Bro. L~. R. Marshall
with thirteen members. We now nuil
her' about forty-seven.
Ma'y this goodl work ever' gio On ant
repress the sale of liquors in our land.
H4oxmenu-: IN EIi:me':rw ('oI:i''T.
--Thme E'd.efie.ld .1d,certisir ut' the
9l t, s ys : 00 Satrud'ay afterno->n
lst. abou.ttnightfall, 'Jolt Giog:iaans,
:uumll mu:mu with S or 9 ehuildi'en. living~
in the (ood 1luope section (a littli
above Richard:sonville) was shot andti
instan tlyi killed by a younug man naumed
Jck Smith, ot' the samec sectt.
Smith had'. wished to buy certaitn land
lying near himself, and also near Goii
gans; but cash was denmnded fioir the
samIfe, and S mi th, not having cash.
could not make the p)ur'chase. Gug
gus however, boughmt the said land~
and paid for it. This was the cause
of grrudge. On the evening of the
shoting, 4ogganis went into his wood
aid, which, although on his own
land, was across the roaid from his
house. This land jo)ine d Smith's. and~
ner at hand was a negro shanty be
longng~ to the latter. While Goggaun
ws in his wood yard. Smith entered.
and, words arising, Smith drew a pis.
tol and shot Goggans dead. One ae
cont says that Goggaus, upon Smith
calling~ himt a second time a damned
liar, advanced upon the latter. Ano.
ther account says he made no such
advance. Goggaus. we are informed,
was totally unarmed. Smith made
I i eapenoan horsebak.
FOR THE UERALD.
KING'S CREEK, July IU. 1874.
DEAR HE:RI.xD.-It has been sonme
tiue since your readers have heard
frmn this sention. I hive been too t
busy to f ro:i hoie aid nuthing P
new has transpired right arnund here. t
except a Fourth of July pie-nie, at
31r. . I' Bhks, on the Caldwell tl
road, five niles frowe th- Court I!-use. t1
It was a rich treat for the ieighbor- W
homd. A summptullS dinner. a splen. fr
did daue; and a big crow.l of peoplC P
froin all parts. Evervy, y)un tl
and old. enljoyed them,elves hugely.
31r. lButler Camieron. a nIev
young gentleman"11. fluried ice lemn. aI
ade for the ladies, and as the gentl- L
m1el Were( prvtty well Illixed up1) during ti
dinner,with the ladies. they received a C
share als.. May 1r. C.'s shadow b,
never grow les!. tl
Our crops had begun to suffcr. but h
we were blessd with a :o1 rain on de
Saturday the I Ith inst.. and now they ai.
are lookinl tine :11l tMsh. Dear Edi- r:
tor, we are enfi lne watermeloun1s il
oeasionally. with ple:ty of other -I
fruit, and will s.,,n have g If
you are fId of such things do cOe
down. Adieu fwr the present.
Of( course We are fund of such :4
things and ha-:e been ftr io. these k
mn:11y years, but the -Coniiwng dowi" r
that is the difficulty. We are ti"d It
down to work. and if we intermit, some At
subscriber will get down on us for h. I
inz absent from our post. I f Kin's o
Creek would nily brin. up a ftw low w
happy we would be We will inike
ai vn'%t to go down, howeve1-.-Ei). h:
FOR THE ICALD.
(llLQUEl'IN, So. CA., f
July :k)(, 114-. 0
MR. EuIroi.-Itums are searce i
the County just at this time, but we willi
endeavor to write you a short letter.
Crops are looking well, as we hv t!
been having some fine rains lately. We
h:dl a trip to Pomaria on Wednesday I
the 1st. and as You have no corfespon
dent at that place we will fill out our i
letter with soie few items of our jour- S
After leaving the 4 mile rock. on the a
Columbia road, we began to notice the
crops to be on the decline, :anl quite
inferior to those in and around Chin
quepin, but as we continued to travel we
found them no better, :nd sonic in quite
a had condition, we suggested to :1n
set of hands armed with clubs to keep 1)
the snakes and "'varmints"' oat so he hi
couldl hoe his cotton in safety. At the a
10 mile rock we noticed a tield of cot- p
toin thait looks as if it will neierI suipport ~
ai b,loom. Reader, do not uniderstarnd C
meto aythe corn'i is 5o 1had1, but it is
good for tha:t kind oif red uiplaind. 'The
cottn eop aongthe ro:iil will be al
most a failure should the rains be abin
dant. As we travel on dowvn the roaid i
we comle to J. D. Suber's. and lhe has s
the first cotton, except 0. A. Wicker, a
that we think worthy of notice, and al- hi
low nm to state both of those gentle-"
men's cotton crops look as if they'~ will 'r
mal:ke sonie cotton; they resemle then
cotton in Chinquepin. As we conitmae,1
we find quite a1 dlangerous platce in the \\
road between P. M. D)errick's and Mrs.
Caroline Suber's, the ditch en one side
adi the feffee have almost uniite~d. and
but a few rails prevent man and beast t
from precipitating to the bottomi of thath
deep and danigerous ditch. We hiope i
tIe Conunissioners will look aifter it ai
and see tha:t it is mended,l for we see
Ino sign of any work being done to that
pion of the read in some1 time, whlilc
the roads around here have been work- U
ed and are in good repair.
jAt last we arrived ait Pomaria. anid.
in ood time, for the hands of our wattche
pointed to 12, and that is the time the
farer gnerally dine.- Suffice it to sayw
we were' abundantly supplliedh with v'ege
tables of choice kinds and fruits also. tI
We found Pomaria to be ai place of
some( ''note" for business. we supp)lose It ti
is equal to Frog Level. We found it to
contain three stores, viz.: J. A. (Can-'
non's, IIollowvay & Recid's and D). Ilips
and also1 noticed it to have an Acadiemy,l
In :1]onl inquliry learned MI. D). lk-j.
Buhy wals Principal. 3ir. B. wa
teacher ini Charleston last y'ear in Dr.i
Porter's school, it being one of the
largest mlale schiools in Chaorleston.
Why don't the people adver'tise tIe ir t I
school in the HFIE.W), for it will coni- n
paie favoraly with any in the Counity. I
While stopping a short time), wet visite d
Co. G. II. Ch:apman, and found his
farml in quite good condition and look-I
ig well. We also hado th e pleasure of
meeting our friend, Dr. J. K. Chapumn
and found him quite busy in his proi's
s:oon. We learn lie hais severaLl caise of
Dipteria in his practie,~ amnd Ihas
treted quite a number with ri'mar k
ble uccess(d5. W~e hear (If as5 mlany as v
three in one fanmily having it. It i- at Ii
pre'senlt conltined( among thle ebiblren
In this portion we find the e.rops~ need
lg ratin ba:dly, and M.r. C. P. H airwarid
tells us lhe has ploughed up dry ground
ever since April. and has lhad but lttle
rain since then, so~ you can imaginle th1ey
are dry. It is hoped they will hav e
pleny of rain, for their al cornisn
ta-se and beginning to fre' someW. Th lt!0
gardens aire also needingr rain.e
Once more in Chinquepim we are '1
busy hoeing cotton :as the ground is in lI
good order. We tind] some cottonl e
1looms in ours, both white atnd red. 0
and hear' of mnyi others around 11s hat
'Watermelon pa:chles are gener'ally a l"
faxorite portion of. the farm. and1( are i
often destroyed or damaged b)y mighita
wandering stock. and such was the case In
with mine. 'The cr01) is a large oneo
and looks well, although some laterh
than last y'ear, owing to the difficulty of b
getting a stand. Yours, &c.,
P. .We omitted to mention we e(
fond blackberry pies and milk and a
chicken plentiful ait Pomaria. * a
We weroe honored with an invitation to
to ttendI a ie-ie at the residence of cd
Mr. Black, and honor is due to the ha
dies for their excellent d'inner. Suffice E
It to say, chicken and blatckberry pies e
weepetfu. Yus &e, I) i
u o n th
-AT.'.I'A. S. .,
.J Uy 10. 1874,
Xsw.' su of -our exc.-llent pa
1'. that Vou iliali fest Jle dio.i t(in
.r' ideC bee:: e :i ne fr.!.1Jal3l a,
e:al Fli orier uiaces r givil
!le d .v lI tI t!.: . 11-w itms
wt i r o . 1 wilf. in i first
:e-.ake up th: ..1-; :5 is is
..: .at::o ai im ortmt watter
en iure Iun, rMl; . . ore of
iS rtini was-.swa ha tIll in our
ii; U;l;tv t'l:111 had 1 I fr a wain
-r if venrs previ,un . :ndil t:iking all
I1 11I1ntu cull:i(I rat im. t wl i -ld!
is been L'od. very iii . n o
Ir l i n. , 1 f I:"mrells, camne
onll ui,: Ilhnult tWO Wuek-z a,,. an:d
i-Cd a va t %lnd stifin dust, tra:h
I out everyb. 2y' whe:t :m:ud other
Mall ur-iln. Tilt. 11n::d 1ei formi
i Inc th: the wlil,it w::s gonerillI
t "Ily hr ]-e. b t that ti- grain itSelf
asfil! :n;Il tille. C o-vi lmib;e
'Ire extenilyii phmit.d in! this neigh
,rhi(IId the 10re 01n: W;a.,)i thanll flfr
!!:e Vc:lrs h):ck. m d it is o- li
Wl.:i ' ell. b ut w Ill n di, .:
1in ti losurl :3 '2.i' vidh!. Tli- e*. t
an i i ls til- bo:st v%',-r k1w nii.
lie /ize *is id. ti: :o1 it i' th r
ighly rid itf gra3'. In f:n L. farnuier:
- 1iI IX no-utining tis . . I
l tI) tii liv w K itio- lja w, **
is.- lw o n w o t 1i4 . h v rylil et :q1-lwz
r cluhivati11" clr,p- :1 in s ::
I llan wil I as I r:: th.y r d.
rv cs nilt 0on3ly tO ir , 0* -1t. 11:h4!
rming_ ComQ uItyI . bitl to ill: tlrl1d
;ilito i ill K L I t mIf t" I' -e
arv noutablHbre of frs noi
teS lid.s of tit, ri:n'. .ween Mr.
e ther Collid f hs I hfo twn.
hose owns.-l.iwhle.-r th m- y I
nitt turnedt.- ov"Ir to th'. Kit KILu.X
mu1ild t .: le . ' them. It,
The heth e icu ni ciilltry around
>ut is as g(odl as eer3 it t to be.
uhave ev-ecythin-g to chleer ut, Out
v! Of poiilis . evenl thllI fe.-Id.. hope
rethe Co1m1i if the L. 11. R. W e
LVU preabing ,-t the thi-d Su nday *1i1
eri-v molnthi bt Jtal:. by tle R'ev.
r.~ lludley, t regih Bapist
in ier. We1 l he:milhimla liew Ila h-i
thbe actktll and duhpeased wlith
. lie i shrt. stck little heard
achI in.:' Iil lai n simpe.bu
raeterize by iiod.Ihard Elish
d well o slected.c t; aittle pcuir,
d to u even ui ddly al olyeoughli~
toweer o eth mr itret
1.- l'Ciii M .331ud le'sICo rte ow er if s
drJj ae' rput3 ati. and deservedl
.os T hsI hovleere3:i.iia heard iii
bn T sin Iilwil onl LLay. I Z3S
tlic oe; ishe the333 wbl ofha bird,
:nt tier si!r mu'iei e'er was' heard it
AC srit of toun we e Cl11ch ! a tt
i I.It knoin: 11dLIL3v why'anovepowrin
ho--e '1ccent are th eps3C from ma oilc
throne5 ." 1:1i~if h~yIlie
,1f ofieLii. hisunpotLte W3ui ceptd iil
Ic leC Ther iIICL : I iOra, itl e ofLX& wo-'
n.lilcityll o iIn q u $-:i. s owich ev1erd y
lIeirt; u is int' ike llKCO a ce, willC
hr isliu'rii i' tae lii. ba
(olutl mak3. a:31 boattf herlIi ilno
inee he tonsce lint which evs hers
11b1 :l y cu an- tlX' ch vi fori depr hit-3
I mhe to tl to;an t! areu sa yhe
'ri. hr thenl1L '1 or tuhe a litct
IiILI. the no'~t underUsand y u." i333
lVtlsuici nto Illlk lni hibiu e Y u b l.
'teUl e in! . tif o h :mee$ to'' bies ine
thVei 3'LI( unlkyJones whL o a bsei
ie s t the3i impre.sintema.
he, o Li:ple N o unSl. 1t trd theocild
ntVere. Sisi e 1tpi oyuta
ouvee peil n a'tlIt wrong road1~ when
u have1iii plken ilito herl 'as dtoi r 1son
one det1ree o int true'i,ii on11Ltt. She is
feou h nntlt u thn
ier lfvident 3t L::rlcilii1 CofIl lite
(:r sluect)s conver'aton all few;
Llh watst 1: :!kh1111 abotis the33
iera thei&l fasthins. orll thLe lteXt
Lb ul31i te m1ilestiway, ruitsiher
th e fir111st u 3 mag itude. 3141 ' Iis
A nour 3Li h LI 31c.mi':n -Thelii! Lois
isnl. remark33'1' rerJingz thet
.3e of le wer.ti3mate1' thle of aiL
-w Ipe anod te let its e itr by3
irqantit,y13 te c of n a m tter. Oit it'j
Leartie y on eaXhs staJfor a 1ruth3
ieitour Uuit t il be co~LiluumC aIl
ors-word upon any and alleciub
tIcoe sand'l cnd of hi hlan aera
-itbtlS himt utrigthm ogeS1ther
4 itcs ofey oesernd yths
hey hube megre d is rncon
editiny aul the ismbu ad matl itlr
maof thewr. IfTh1e aded te tme
nyloyevinsling iofr ore im-pe
tabnhanthe tactd of a ooditr
eth elou:tand thet wneko iso
editondouiht to wrie eatiall.an
Prcsentmeat of the Grand Jury.
STA lIL OF SOUTH C-Ut,o1ANA, COUNTY
To His Honor. Montgomery Moses,
Ji lfh. 'th Judicial Cir
Tie Grani .tinirs nind for the
Coint :oil S>tt afore.said, would make
the following pre.:unment:
Th:i, fo,r 1hW iir: t tinwl durllingkl their
t.-ria. :I: hav]'.e h1:1 m> bills hAnded to
twi" ;: A. Humnii rpresentative
of th i :ds . whieb f:er they Subm)it
speak!v:e; f C.e puweo amd di;gmity
of S:ai Ant.
h'liat the strez-s in tie Town tf Ntw
berry, t vttir with iu side-na!ks,
tAN2 (rAl iueSt jrsnt as in very
b:al c o:!iltin with someC few 0excep
l Omtc. Iob. il' S"IA.- I.%vt k!Xk-vl
tin.ThaM. somec :-ic anit:ary ond
hyi-nic reguflationsIi sholild :t! onCe ie
in tt t l l >r .Xr ( the' he:tth of S:1id
T')yn. To a1 1 of thet.1:itter, they rci
Iwetfillv :1-k that tile titti-ti of the
mniicij,atl :tthor'ities bie <directed.
W. WV. .\-a, J. F.Sm,
II. S:;lt"er, Wiilis Spwarnan.
. c ' t n.n n. - i r'.c in f)s.
aahew (M.ay A. L. Snal,
Th - '.Stotlice nt UnliV'l is LOW a money
Iii i N ow
tl;ny-v U:-1:.nds ire i Ne laven
A. i,i fo fing to -jpolt hLer wIvs
t . V .nl C1'.n ai ltly, no:in' -
:. r n.ve nr byv the, Andevrsou t el::e.
A i- w.it - ,.irln lear AuguStI,
u:!y;e:-1 :,on .6m !u G,Ud mnubm, th;s
T ': . t;..-r, ., wI e ii ! It ii by ] ! lo ig
wv o I on urnace
:-ie .: lih u: .. cIt i|ed M e. :m 3h :d
:n.w e, f .\ ,::w..y C.ant , \irginia,,
I i...t i;:.: i--.! - -\i . ; t 22a rt:n Cornv pony
L.,. '.i - i a <t t-k svd n fr
1,- t e t: in !; t.dw i i le : now say,
:a:, id r. ---:aniatis E,th t hydruphIobia
"'.. .. ?.00, po;-o f. i
B:il: ' ':41;gency Icaimhe re
9.0,'% of'"2 IVhibads ::I d no:ic very'i '-ood
Itf mycb1- -,iing eti know plar Father
fl2 ci, the 2 Il:ada.. . rlnome, has d>e ov- i
'I: -I.i . .1112 g th,t he o:he u n ur
. t 'i 5degre i OFWhIs lire Aheit
. ZCt . I. t.:lan youngiJ21 woto:nso b rce:.:
.I'- ' .tha, ralt a ll t. gi te n i up. 2lX-indV
.t e LI ::-, ) : . ie. ir a. l :t:o puch s h r.a
ai n< 'hitnk.tba~tei e u
'.aul Murphy, the great cliss player, who is
now a lawy,: i 'w Orians, bas taken such
I Iikc w ie gaellc, that hie wont eveni al
iow it :w bu .pul,en ol* mn is pre7-ence. Hie
ha! nt10 !.lyedl ' gaMe 1 in tN' n tel*kAr*..
Ci:etiz s from vro prtionis o!* tb, cout
t)V-[n fact Vr.i all winr thle cout!Y-::y
tilt: ;reenlvii;e 1"epublie.::l. repor*t crop'l inl -t
UlU,ulih- iieC cOndi:Ajn1. IAUS 11hA not
OT,':et hphobt tchre i -New Yurk has
12rodu,cI II"yia(tob,l1 oia. h Mye i Is
i,L . d iodfe bI :"'t a of E: te drleade
Exc)ieient1 run-. igh a' Ct ersi l2rle In Th
t)2Leg ' itim I lept. es, 1t.o the number of 110,
ThA.e'oiti of t he~-' A "sembly itlS critca lan
it i It in.ngt h -ome2I''' ebanges are :t'- un v iable
eitd -it his. progress i Al', meian enl 'la-d
:ion,hIwntg throue h athIe' lretC teen F2rt'au
ci Oco, crin. "itoopl, hoop-la.ct Me W0ll1
I'.tIe ti ll, Me e. i:an Ii eu ~t h t, .)IIdll
atit 'ate meeing- 1ta concerredted dehre wo-f
tiD D. Cn 1-. it . 1'!tCaperC 'Ot-ou t oQ w n:ttt
:.ndiai.,iin IiI t ono 2wa coner d .miLl i 2'et
Bonner 12. f iD)'ue n e by i the B ;. itT ru. -
tee ott Newherry olege. W lha!... tC I.W
A '1. cale of exce1iv e-i2 t 1s jSi corne
man. I i>eat th e ch 0ld. 11 h iutrisee v:i tt!ld,
cuin 5!) her2. ei. iTheyn - hve hecu ?rret
At I.d wrie 11int out 11 t fact, a111 oh
of oti , tha "vhil theimen who02 commit
ment)C are m::rI ed or wiowed. This ad tilIo
inn-renc. lih:tt, whle menc: o live wthout21
A. in: lho 11 s c om11s,2 i n out'' of a'2
Texa 'I-.'papr ie wCit hi2 no,e :,p*iit
etered theV 02i2- :o 11 a,eLin 2i the e.lt r
t.\ tot sIn0'bi'Us l Zsnits jat- been.
ont.. tri 2'in C ryd 1n. Ind.u .\ebihah H:e aper
lin 1'55 c h on e -id i::rm 'o2 hli s o thee
ril. i12li2tN:1i:. A:le a- 0 defu , en-l n :ed
i; th ;:etn.mn n h sre,adlf
him o i ; ti .r hi'''' w ic 22.1d Ilty
of rCh iict. En0n1 f t I .\ lni.- iialtynbhf
th theI r:mkb'- O Maj dkor-Ge ner l bt a *al:ty o
sueIt ein the eI t Id erne, p1hn t"e C -
ie i s o: 2 r:ii w:o 0 i-- W Oe 211 ene:-lwO l
sit22 ltfr isi tliw [h t: 102f . O.it 2I 5 a fe d y
Ats n oll. n it - .t oni cte nt rat 12r Itilw
IIlr-- ran t . .t I 12e bidgeOt 1:" Stony i ,2J'
T:nc of hsceni are notW !erion,,ion! :breCor
Aor nthiteae, Rneri:nd:h Wioalx
jGG nd imm\ SI.::s.iaid -:ar!ed by2. pra
card :oaillt ordi r 21 L) AT. Ii'
everye ihat .o a: he Nrh Deo.t at :Cgard
and Frut. uS,WEerz eqa& COany :s
se:n !y,e.Q n-: iI T.ESTle or .!ee .
C e .o 0 T o
g -' oo -..u A . IISE ..
3 ' m;.=.one
~ ~Fever &,
T.he following gentiilemi. namely,
\essrs. J. .1. Johnstone, Y. J. Pope (
iDd d. N. _Martin. of Newherry Town
thip; Drs. T. B. Keiier, :nd T. C.
Brown. in Calwel! Town-Ilip: Messrs.
Richard Hardy :uid Join. T. Bynum,
W. l1ier, John 31eCarlev and Dr. .
C.arli'le Cromer Iownship; Col.
1eorge S. Canion and Captain J. W.
Gr y. ecder Townhip: 1es-rs. Levi
L:alk aI A. J. Ln gSiore Floyvd Tov
,hip; 1). N. S.eurry an d (Capt. J. -N.
Lip-zcomb. "Moo, Township; Messrs.
J. B. Wes:Ll Frederick Long, viin
dicni:dl Towisipil) j. P. E. Wise
and We.ley Counts,:stoiy Batter Town
ship: Capt. Janes Maffett and Samuel
W. annlon, Cannon Township: Capt.
Joel P>. IIeller and John A. Cainon,
Ieller Townip, are requested to call.
as soton1 as practicable, a meeting of the
citizens of their resPective Towiiships,
for the purpose of organizing Tax n
ions luIlder the resolutions of, and in ac
co rdance with the plan proposed b,
the Tax-Pavers' Convention. The
TownISIip Unions are requested, as
soon as rganizeo, to elect delegates to
the Count Tax Union to be organized
at this pAWe. at eleven o'ClOCk. on the
first Monday in A.st ne%t. Aiiy of
the above gentlenivl may precure a
COpy of the Conlstitationl proposed for
the tovernient of the Tax Unions,
Cither at tile Ztore of AlessuIs. Mav(S &
\1artin. or the law office of Messrs.
.Joh!stolne . Iarrin,toln.
WM. G. MAYES'.
E. S. KEIT T1,
J. K. G. NANCE.
JollN 1. S, PEAI ZMAN,
Delo:aes tli the Tax-P:n ers' Con
_N(wherry. July G. 1874. 27---t.
TW (0O, KEEP fOUL.
New Silk Ties,
TFhe Prices so Low for them
that all, Gireat and Small,
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICESf.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILLIA1iSTON.T S. 0.
THE FALL ~SIu1N will opnAgs
nmonths in our high, heal t.ny reg:oi, tear
our. Chalybeatie Sprinj:g, and1 rturat i;me
For a7. Gua!gue, contaiing fil pa?rticu.
IEV S ANDEIL. A. M1
3~ I w4i.i aiccompanuhy puhpilts~ u from
PUBLIC MEE TING.
Pursat tointruct irom :I Dele
tis County:~, atn:eetin of the cii.en~s of
Townshtip No. 2, is 1heby caled for the
purpoise tf to:g tlizio: a Tax Liaioi. :or said
Townshipt, anid el!etinlg delegate-!S to. the
J.I. .\ MNIT\NE
d.i N . ARIlN,'''A' 'ebat
Juy i>,28 :t. n11'rn CiiC Ieti i
Progres..C' ie Age icopit llC0y . iP''
A.\ei li t ; ' i 1Ll o'. '-, 01 i Iofh )
hIllI''ol . h t ' c tshed a new eit:on
'rv'ilEi''ray ontt'' t he a icl th
'lt tl"icii ofl thERAnd
Li.':ihs. tt- . also. ceipn:-to EIn.i
LE:PsJ:t! Crr induced Prbt Jel.idngenc
n;a -ren, winl aieed vl, only Esix
Iay. ~felearoy .10n.>1nirbatdeas.ed. hit
e a sucesful pac, ctha ithed adinarmiu~g
on - lnIel of eik-abur maynbe raditary
-tured4 without th daitronCo ue afntra.
nritcneor tle piathor of Pbte ie
-eryeo ut erer nomer whaIrt hise ~.C.ito
ay be, t:a ur ofmelx hel, afterte
hi atd t f rai at 1o'y.k nte o
' e -aTi \.ltuiirto should i ted
-ent nde sel un Y pland enveope to
:ent oruy :w o )lt -,tamp S
Julys 01, .1o . C.5 HY 8. J .y 1- .' - -C. ]
J. C- LEAHY, J. r. s. c.
1,to n omo,
e . -0 :3
HAY FOR SALE.
Byv order of the G. F. Agent of the G. .
X. I. 1R., I will cAfer at public s.e ON
do~Ni).X'Y, :t INST., at 12 uO'CLOCK M.,
a.e aou.,Mr J.NFole, near
50 BALES HAY,
lots to s.uit purch.aser. To be sold f r
reght nid Ex~penses., unless the same be
areviously set.:ied by Consign.or or Con
.ign:ee. N. B. MIAZYCK,
Jul 1, 28I. R R et
FJes Lem coon Crackers.
r i N le Crackers.
W cst Gr'en Teas.
.vie Pick!. :nd (,io2 -Chow.
1od-. S-arch, so p, Candies, Nuts, &c.
Received this day at
Ge). G. LAN.'S Confetionerv,
Formerly Capt. Speck's.
Ju!y 13, 28-It. R..Aglt
SiLL AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITION
Improved Open-Throat, Curved-Breast,
Double X, Self-Ribbed Cleaning-Seed
PREMIUM and DIPLOMA
CO-TTON C i NS.
Te uc ril>r retpectfully informs the
Cottn tPlanters of North Carolnt., Soit
Carolina, teotgia. A\labamna, Flori<la. Mis
si. ppi and Louisiana, that he -s lately
aided to the list of his previous inventions
ther lIUVED 1Ll , which he ju.-tly
OPEN-TI0.1T. CT'RVED BREAST. DOU
ULE N. f N -6C:L-VENT. SELF S#IB,
a pen to the World for trial. Price, $4.25 per
Saw. My I t )vI) OlEN-T BROAT. CvU E
1',lEA'.ssr'Dr X, !ZEL.F-llln. CLEANING
S P:Et. ,LNM i)M ND DIl-LOMA Corro G i ,
:is -i4. 0 per Saw. I have another im
proved ut f. r Long anl Short -taple at
:t.nper Saw. Conon 11ib Gins, such as
('rGin .i nakr. tke. at $:.350perS:w.
.1l of the above tGias have my Circle Fiue
attavII. P:vha:e-.r paying Freight from
i Dopot. I will ;jive the quality of my
1nprv'el Gi:.: tirt place-running light,
picking sted c!ean, ginning fast. turning out
god :mpl.;in ;reen, damp or dirty cot
ton without chokin.', or eloggim- between
tiv ribs. over cowuion gins. Old gis re
paireil with all iy inpr-ovements, if re
quirel. \ty address is Belair. Richmond
Juy :, 2--It cow.
STATE OF SOF1H CAROLINA,
Iv .Ja.-, C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Wheres, M. M. Bi:ford hath niatde suit
Lu:.. '. a,grant him Letters of Admninistra
tion: of the E,tare and effects of James C.
iThese are therefore to cite mud adnmnish
ali and singular. the kindred and creditorz
of the said deceased, that they be and
apnet)ar, belore tme, in the Court of Pro
bate, to he he-ld at Newberry Court House,
S. C., on the S0th day of July next,
aher publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to skew cause, if any they
have, why~ the sai:d Admninistration should
not be tranted. Given under mty Hland,
this Pti' day of July, Atnno Domini,
J. C. LEAHY, s. r. s. c.
July 15, 28-2t.
1. R. MARSHALL,
Thankful for the liberal
patronage bestowed on him,,
would still remind the pub
lic that his ICE CREAM SA
LOON is open from 10 a. u.
to 10 p. m. Everything neat
and nice. Cream made to suit
the taste of the most fastidious,
and furnished by the sauter,
quart or gallon.
.June 2-4. 25- f.
It bie ktnown thadt all persons who want
theap i)rv Goods. Shoes. Hats. Cloth- t
ing, Groce'ries, or any other article,
can be accommuodated by calling on
As 1 sell for Cash. I do not propose
Myv custouzers, but will give therm
brgains. If a'ny man doubts my
Cme ::nd give the matter a tst,
Seing is believing. If after that he
is niot sati.sied. I'll respect fully turn
THOS. F. HARMON.
sPA RTANBURG COUNTY, S. C.,
Is ma4de the moost attractive resort in the
:oum. Extensive alterations and improve.
nents have beent m.de. Every amuusemnent
at is to he found at the best Waterigj
'laces in the cotuntry will be provided.1
eersi'on Tickets at reduced rates from'
.lobia ande :~ Chaeton to the Siprings
ret-:rt,. re on sale at ticket offices.
h.tes from: $15 to $18 per week ;$40 to
:oper month arranged according to ac-.
.GORMAN & GALNAN,
(Of C'olunmbia Hotel,)
June 24, 25-f. Proprie'rg,
The undersigned have tI' day associated
beselves together in the practice of Law,
nder the nanme and firm ot POPE, POPE
:FAIR, with their oRice. at Newberrv G.
., S. G. They will practice itn all' the
'ourts of the State, and iu the Courts of..
te United StatteS.
Y. J. POPE,
SA MPSI)N PuPE~
Joll S. AI R . T