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S t i o uh d' -
I ' Democrats have mhade '
*m W of I Wvyring Ten~ritory, electing
-- f thirtei wMeaebers of the
eighte.n of the twenty
.tcnco th a san m f inVit. 'Ddtv
of New Yrk. which ocurs at the
esidence f du brid : fater on0
'uu!l U: Nn:Itor iiinchback's re
Ord is t;us tersely recrded it) a New
O s : - 'x v ,rz1r,1 a gam
iing !ouse porter. a f,!ro de:ler, "U
inmuzAte of -thd (ity -work-hvuse, sub
ide rto r of the State.""
Everbody tuht it was a iustch.
aRd'so did be :4iid so did he but last'
evenin.g at a urwqut prty she hit her
pat eorij a wiack witi th wi-illet tha-t
w:uuseui like a torpud l nu he--e
lauWd. - ) W ,)oet as strawgers,
She wute on' her cuff nd howed it tv
hi.. "Think of me' uo more," he
( Burlfi,g,.-1. Rlau-keye.
W :re ( i:formed that Capt. Janes
Ik t nc.:.u, ienuessee. ur
;:;eriy a Quavrte!rmas.te r in Slrenuai
arm . ackowlIedgLc that ic -kLOws
v i rsonsiibie fOr Iue I-urlic ci
lu11bi:. But he deiies *to say
1,;rc than thi- Would he not speak
A& %A~ w,fe~t~ aralov
iahurry is' Con fed'en:z,' ra
: an thar; Sheriau. diretved- the
We .iad soe~ words going the
roundc* u:ie;edite,d. s ys the Colu:nbia
it.r, i>ut us t.- point so:lc ob
servactions in, the Augusta Cri-titu
lon aU:t. which harpil- dmenous,rate
the iwportanc. aud duty of nursing
ilo:uu busiuess, which w- h ere tract:
1. It is your homc; vouu C1unot ita
prove it :much by taking nwoney away
to spend or inivet.
2. There is nso :way of improving a
plae o suh azs by encoura*ginig-g.od.
merhaus,good sebools, and good
p.eople to settle amiong yu, and this
catnuot be, done ukss y.u s :end vour
moGnen7 at homei. . -.
3.~Spetid your u:oney at home, be
et::.It s your diuy..
4. zSpe:d yo.ur moncey alt houie, e
...ause, whet it is reessary for you
to) gerdt, it is of your town mler
cha.uts you; haye genra!!y to get it,
*ed they u:ust wait ft.r the :nouey.
Therefore. when you have the cash iu
aod. spent. it at home. '
5Spend yo?ur money.at home. It
;i!u:ake.& better mreb-Fants of voir
ehaaits; .they ceu and: ilhkeep.
better :iss:rtn:e:zs inmii sell at lower
rat'.s t han i .ex e'.y b.usiuesa they
can do is wr3:.t. 34s eretited out, ;:il-e
the monv L"es to other places.
J. S'edyeur moneyC at home. Yo
n.:.y have .wsrwig up who wl
-:e * o :: .es "' merchants ia
wwn.~ He p **y, ,ae 1a.aou o
vaur onde h:w er years to sa: 4 ~
may tri(Zlg ' .le t[,re I "*t ';v s.oi
1 Wi~~ , -tl~
1:or.nta. .e tou htru it
. .~ .1 vd (-.r 1U v. $t -bome. -Set
: \j ca .plewe iiu. youlr d.ry
u:i. 1 :eue :::: vo will se.e a
wi :er* ene as.wTt a:e I
iiterefute d.i with y~our home '.er
*. D . '.i W:li r * Diu? .. 'ho
u4-d .:-. 0e
- *T4 *-*' -* * -t
no :..:-% sene j :z w a
t - ere.i and
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VEWBERlmY, S. C.
VEl>NESDAY, OCT. 6, 1875.
A, PAPEU FOR THE -POPL.
The ii-ral.1 i, in wt highest respect it F11m1
iy New-1P:).w r, divote'l to the m1aterial in
n-t e tz o ht. w oi of this County :11141 tht
.4t. it circbi:vs-ext ensively, a'ntxls- :n
Advertisin.g fle-limil Offers uurivalled ad
vam.tares. For Torms; see trtprc
Tihe Chronicle & Sentinlel.
We take 7leaswre in calling atten
tion to the prospectus of-the Augusta,
Ga., Chronic/e & Scitinel, which ap
pears in this week's paper, and hearti
ly recommicid-it~to our readers. The
Ckroni6le & Sentiel'*-is onte. of the
oldest papers in the country and ha
always maintained a liiZh standing.
As a nws paper it is invalu4ble.
Nen'r eyeance Paper.
In another column will be found a
pro.pectus of the Tewperance Ob
scrver, a new pa-ev about to be pub
lished by Messrs. J. C. & E. Bailey.
of Greeuville,:2s theorgan-of the tew
perauce order in the :State. As sooi
aks 1.000 cash subscribers are secured
-the first number vill -be -issued. We
wish them success.
Sonth Carolina.'Monanent' As
A private letter to-Maj. C. 11. Su
ber, asking advice and assistance for
the precuring. of fusdstd coniplet- the
noble and patriotic enterprise so long
ago begun, viz: -the eceotion of a State
Monument.,:has been:showr us. The
monument now lies in the Depot at
Columbia, and -annot be removed un
til the necessary am*unt is raised to pay
f'!r it, and the comuittee makes an
earnest appeal to.the different Coun
ties to contribute -to this end. .Many
of the Couaties have. already largely
responded-while -this CVunty has
done-but-littleoif a'thing. .Tw&i hun
'dred dollars from each County will be
suffeient, and -it is urged that iNew
berry come to the resee .S8 rely~ an
a:nount:sa wnsalI might le ~y rats
ed, a proper effort onby tiing'neccssa
ry to accomplish it. It has-been-sug
gested- - thatsas fand:f-. over $404
raised fcr the eetin g: iqanty
monument now lies in tJie bank with
c-ut any possible chance of being used
for the object contemplateR, thatkit L,e
turned over to the State Association,
or such portion as may be unecessary.
We think the suggestion a goaid one,
and urge its consideration. We hope
that the gentlernen who were appoi:ot
.ed to act in this matter will consult
togcthcr and take steps for the raising
of the accessary .amount, and we ad
vise themi to call ou Maj. Suber. anid
s:5e the letter above alluded to.
It is suggested also that the ladies
form aa auxiliary society toi further
this worthy obec, and relieve the
committee of tihe burden under which
We again ask, in -all seriousness.
why is it that Newberry has no Agri
cultural Society? S- Srely -not for the
reason that we do not admit the bene
tit. or that this is not an agricultural
comimunity. Not by~any means. N
n>anengaed i the pursuit of farm
ing, or at all interested in its success,
but will aceitwedee that -a society
of this ebaractei would be of utid
beneft. We haed one in the past, andj
it is well remzembered that there exist
ed the: a greater community of in
terest, th::t there was less of selfishness
then than ntow, and ~a 'more earnest'
aesire~ to live and let live, and learn
t.rZctieal lesso is fromt each other. Alh:3.
tht suc cauuot be said now. When
everyv tub stands ou its own-bottom,
ard every tuan is actuated by the
priuriple of each one for himself and
the devil tatke the hindmost, there can
not be any utnancial or social -pros
peiy Vr Luany of. the -codatios
of the State hamve societies, an'd holl
a:nual fairs which prove highly suc
ee mli every point of view. Greer
e.~ Andt rson, Oconee and Abbevilk:
e(Outies have fairs this month,and their
citizens. not only the farmiers, but the
busines meni generally, have put their
shoniders to the wbidel, an~d in cou
se u:ee their annual gatherings will
be suceessful. We: notice too tint
Lauarehs, ahhough considered in the
b*:ckwoods, on account of being de
e,-d of railiroad commnunication, ant i
ed.'c by5 m'any to be withoudt
ergxo dispositiou for puxblie exhi
bitions of gener.l interest, is talking i
aboutt having an -'gricultural -fair, and
Strust shec may be~ able to carry it
>ut I shwsa laud-able s-.irit and
a-ern:s ort. WoVuld that New
* .:..up ou th'is subject.
a a:socet y:edas anua
The Charleston News & Courier
Representing the interests. of this
staunch daily, Mr. E. C. Pr,'ee. per
solially known to the citizens of New
.berry, paid us a -visit on Saturday.
He is travelling as an agent for this
paper; seeking subscriptions. and ad
vertising, and we take pleasure in
recommending him to their kind re
gard. Mr. Prin.cedJl perhaps remain
here' for 's6te days, and will eall 4n
the business men of the p l ieit
The &ssoeiate Rerermed Synod.
The sessions of this body were hLld
in Pqie West commencing on 'Thurs
day - the- 23rd. We gather-from the
Abbeville . Medium. .that the upening
sermon of the occasion wms preached
by the ReV. R..W. '3rice, of Chester,
the retiring moderator. The sermoni.
was one..of the preacher's very best
solid, substurtial and elount.. Rev.
James A. Lowry, of Alabama. was
elected moderator. The stated clerk.
Rev.' Janies' Roycle, D.D.,'was at his
post, and the Rev., W. M. Grier. D.P..
of Pue West, w-as- eected 4-istant
el.:rk. .The.ustul committees were :p
pi4nted, great catle 4>eing taken to
secure the repainAior bf the best
talent of the Synod on these men of all
work. There -wre about- on hundred
clerical and lay.dvlrgates, .and-the vil
lage was crowded with visitors from
every section of the Southern States.
Perhaps the most important action
taken by the Synod was that upon the
communion question. A resolution
providisg for restricted or re4gulated
COIMulnion was -ahn'bst uiainio,st,16 V
adopted. It is thought that this act ion
will do niuch towards-inereasin4*r the
prosperity of that brauch. of Christ's
Church; -aud creae.; kiudjliet; feqlin
anioug Christians: Q( other forms of
belief. - ...
The reports of the treasurers of
Synod were fall o(;en6turageuf-et and
represented a'bettef financial coyniition
of things than perhaps has ever existed.
before-at least since the.war .
Synod adjourned on Monday folloi
ing, after a harmonious session. The
next kmetig .viH . b at-1opewell
Churc, Cheste, Svpeuiber, W . .
The QuestIS of praiae
The Winnasboro News clearly and
we think .rightly expresses its.elf on
the quiest:oni of an organizamtionz of the[
conservative party. It says:
It is.fi ig proper atpre,entto
agitate - $e.qoptaaon df .9rgazpIt "h
but (our policy after 'orgamization miust
be determined by et.ents not yet-exssmj
inig. Ti e qjuestiOnl seems to be : 1bt.
Shall there be ant orgawiitio~n of ghe.
ionservat.ives next year ? 251. In event
f organization, "what "slidlf be the
polie'v pursued ?: ..,
In answer to the first question- we
aswer unhesitatingly, yes. Mum.y: of -'
hIe evils that have befalle. 4hie State
re attributed to the wamnt of organi
ation on the partof the consrvative
ar-payers. The contserat-ives of South
arolina call work rout their own *e
,emption without fear df fed-d-il in
erferenc. We- beieve that theist
attempt to flood alStatcs wih federal
oldiers'has lbeeni mihd2.. Whbtever of
good or evil is in stoje for dur-Sikte
nut be evolved .by., herself. In.this
base of - polities, the policy.of the~
onsefatives is. organization. They
nust be aibte to ~wield their: 50,00U
m!tes iii solid.phIalanX 'for re'form,'ami
his can be efdcted only by concerte
But, while we call for organization
we do not see why that orgaizattion
hould be Boaurbon-democratie. or
hould nominate a Bourbon-denuoeratie
icket. While there are fine prospectsJ
f a victory for reform, there are none
br a demnoer:tie victory in South Cairo
ina. Success cadmot =be'achieved
ithout the co operation of I1.000
olored voters ; anid while we believe. I
hat nlU-nber canI -casiry be obtained forC
acompromise, thiy w1l'uo't'vgte ftr i
trightout demoer;4tic ticket. .' hat Is
1 ll. . -
We believe the policy to be, first, ~a
horough conservative organization,
nd then a compromise 'with thec re. t
arers of the other party.. Thist
olicy will win. Any other, in ouir
pinion, will fail disastrously.
Official List or*Paets t
Issued by the United States Patente
)fice, for the week ending Saturd:iy, t
ep. 25th, 1875. Reported for the
LJER.s,D by: Louis Baggrer & 0o., So
eitors of Patents, Washington D. C.
167,389. Sad-Iron IIeaters; G. W.
uttingham, Rockport, Texas.
167.4663. Cotton Planters;i J. B. ,
)uan, Pecau Point, Ark.
167,494. Cotton Sweeps; 31. Call,
tichmond, Va. .
167,572. Planing Chucks ; G. II 1
k:aver, H untington, W. Va. . I
107,482. Squares ; W. H1. Walker,
'harleston, S. C. ft
167.485: Processes of Coloring En- i
meled Photographs; WV. W. Wil
ams, Houston, Texas. '
1637,492. Churn Drshers; .J. D. a
right, Terrell, Texas. ,
167.497. IHeatinug Stoves ; M .1
. Church, Parkersburg, WV. Va.
107,588. *Seaff'lds; L. W; Swaf- a
od, Vicksburg, Miss.
THE ILLUsTRATED HOUsEHOLD MI.iGA
[N Sacknowledged for. October.. The
stnsaevaried adhighly interes:ing a
ell as profitable." The.low price at which
jis excellent monthly is published placbs it
ithin reach of all.' Terms $1, addressJP
laeho,1 Pubhing Co., New York. d
- - -.
Editorigi Review. -
Howe's Great l2udkn Circus is an
ituncced for Colainbirbew 20th. It
is said to be the bggg aud bcs;sh*
of its kind that has eV9r trivelled.
The Cokesbury correspondent of the
G reenville New- informs.,that papei
of the death 6y drowning of Dr. W.
S. Pinson, of'L:irens-connty, in Sai
li river, on Wednisday last. ..D.r.
Pi-t1 W.: im of the uo'st nob.e aid
gall:ut gentlewenl. we ever knew -was
a gallavt soldier. and a uie ionthern
mal. His friends are not satisfied
that his death was accidental, bt we
trust their surmises jr.e not correct.
It is said on' goed auoriff tliat
Grant "is well plewedwith the politi
cal aspeet. : He 1elives thie .people
will be compelled to recogipze the
D%-woratic partY a t-i ya'riy-of i
flation and repudiation, and the Re
puhlitan party : the. friond of resignp-l
tion, and Ahe preArVitionu of thena
tijilal fionor' aut'zeredii The' issue,
he says, is already made, and has been
c6sen by the Dempocracy .
The 3eiphis "jeal thi'6ks th17"'
the Radicals hatd iate a great is
take. The oppoAtio'n tx adieais .u
caniot be'divi.ded. tiNt. 'eiurren'ev
question. The %ppesl-is williu.-' to
trust the national coiVention on this,
as on all other issues. 'The gieitest
of all is refrin; :ther.estorati6n'-of.th'e
governmnent back to simpelicity of the
earlier day's of the republic; the
placing of statesweh at the hegd of our.
national affairs, to put astopto thesteal
ing -th itis g o _ -tlis is the tas
ill, tit goig n
before th. Democracy. -
In consequence of the-action of the
negro school bard in the city of New
Orleans, who have not only etoved
all the tea6bers, one hindred and fift1
in number, who are.not ju.symIpathy
with theKell G-rei&fr-itiuiDarej
endeaoriug.to-*enforeie toied 'attend
auce-there is intefse4eitethent. -
The citizens are iadigpaqt and are de
termined to- reseIt- s-rss a aoutra o;
and mass. metings for the adoptiiuou
mecasures of relief will b'e held. -
We are gratified in being ab!e to
state that Messrs;. Walter L. und,..
A Shell were released froin confine
i'ent on Monday-lat-bail being fited
at $3,000:- The.pupplicatipu wamie
before [fis gonor, .Judgre'Ms,
Mecssrs'Pope & Watts and (C. G.'
Jaeger appeariing/or tbp~ut, esppa~
that the argunmnts were lengthy, and
bh Mr. Pop~e and Mr. Jaeger are
qapliwented,0.n the speeches mad.ina
thi:-bb .The- apia 'of the
Judge is said.to hve been full, lueid
The negofiatnons for soe ime
pending b-;wee:g. the - gutveruptent
igents and the Bflack 11u11 county
seems far from-seettlemaent. Th~e great
chief's. lied Clantd and SputNd T.il,
re jealous of eah.gtlier. while the
Indians in gre.at numbers' are restless
u ,d qu:irrelsom'e. The price demand
dl for the surrender of the to-enlled
~rize is fabulous-amd is no lcs i an
~3.500,000O per year foD.- a term of
ears. It is doubted whether there
iso much gold therG after 'all. .-The
overnment had better invest its
ijoney .in sonie'otiher way.
T he Carolina Spanrtn . chronicles
~he first fCost of the season by saying
-ht old Jack~ put in appearaniee at
~partaunburg on the 27th ; and was an
iwelcome visitor: *Not rauch harm
We are pleased tonotice i-the
5'art that .the P'resident of. the
~partanburg and. Asheille Ibdiruad
ins recaived from the Hlon.. T. L.
Fi.nes, Presidenit of the. .Kentueky
livision of the Western ~eoDnection,
aformiation to the,effect tIiat the con
etion as far South asa thp. Cumiber
and Gap will be made at an early day.
'his is cheering news, aind.talken with
he fact that President Duncan and
he efficieut Board of Direetors of this
ad of the great line are energetically
t work,.the hope is entertajited that
he end is nt' far. We trust whait- I
ver of obstacles or.difficulties are in ~
he way may be .epedily overcome.
? ~ FOR TIIK HERALD. I
. A Leu11t... .*
The latst ::ays of. alingerinag sunset
ave faded in the .west *and darkness,U
~athers slowly around ; a yo4sg moon
peeds, in her~ triumphal car o'er
even's .bright landscape, with.m~y
ads of' glittering stars attendant in*
er train. The .notes - of -a. sita.ry
ird is beard from a neighborinig forest,
reakiung the solemn stillness of the
ight with its wild song,. while.gpvrr
he distant hills com'eth the' low wail. o
og of autumnal winds sighing with :
rophetie sad.nse-Summer is faiding, i
ading, 'with all her gl(-'us beauty,
er happy associations, .het joys and
rrows, h<r loves and-friendships, her
ights and shadow.&ll mirst pass i
rith thee, brighit,~ bea utiful summier,
cross the dark river of time,... ...
Where suammer fades and] loWCe.res die, ,a
While natng! weeps apd angela ai;ci
nd autuma.sings dhy regniemi. soft.
ud low as sound oif gol-den harp. G
chord 'siveteby iiie hads 7
ause to4hi 'il * m s . US u 1:ve hi
.. uh uig hshpfgl ..ro
,o nAt durina this hadttretral'.
suinnier; to 4gance the alo. of .r
Father's kingdom ; how.-many of .us
have spken u"rd*,f love an ceomfprt
to 1!rushed ap4gief-sti@krn
how many of ui have enteredH*w1Y;
homes and read ,to,:uged servanw
Go his precioTus- prouises ;.hovgwnany.
of is have dispelled one dark :eoad ofn
wrrw or -made- for -iy -:oueray .of
smnqlie. Ahi hos nany -indeed
hi'e obtled the divine edictl -1Bear
ve:oe :iuufhtr's; burden, and so fulfill
telliw of Chi-is."
3May t1l bright, b autifdl ie g
s ,ul.r,typicali,n its evyn.escet love
liness of life's brief span, be to us a
dazzle :and :syrens 4ng, may 1e:t0rl
firify away, and live
"Neam my God to-thee,
-Nearer to thee."
Then when the short summrpq. of life.
is ended may we all stand- within the
iarly gates of the Celestial Cify,
where the glorious summer of eternity
--here flowiri neither fae tior die;
-Not udftreeep, ailor agd 9 sigi,
.No cloud; no 4orma, no.1ong-dark-zight;
For Jaus rpi., the. king, the light.
* MAG4ILE. ..
Williamston. -- -
TrHE PANN MONTRLTj,., publjsked. by. the
Penn Mlnthly Associadon, South'8.h Street.
Philadeflpbithprice SSperaar.r fbe Oc
tober!"44A. .just rceived is full of ig1grcsL.
'CogtI, Hoarkne,'Asthma,'or aiy Trii
tttion of the Throat or Bronchi:.rubes:wi u.
b relieved by taking D.e. Ball's Cough Syr
p.' It 64a cared thoandi&. Recommend
it to your -friend and- -peighbbor. Your drug
gist keeps it. Prico2 cents. it.
-FaPilar faces are always gladly balled
spng u4. This is certainly a fact regarding
Mr. P. P. ToIWe's x4Orfleibent #bthr 4ap
peapsin an rtli. We een spel.y.
.hat Xlr. T6le is the Chaspion Manutactu
re of Dori-Sisb -and Blinds, t -which he
add a largp list.ef:wquiites. .for.the comple
tiob 1f any blilding. To the tdf we say
!'sud for his prices.".- 3-f.
. Am faportsant Fact.
The volunury testimony of thousands es
rabihe beyond all daihth fact of- vital im
tnce,t the sick, and debilitated. viz.,.that
htiei's Somsh itters is an abolt',
pe.fic for remittent and intermittent fever,
yspepsia, contipation,. biliousness, mental
zepression, sleiea-ee.ness. ciroiie' diArrhit.
aid alsli*ease of--the -tomxsch, brer- ad
46$f14. The unmedicated ltimulait iually
preerilA iA :ve ciss diily 'agravate ti
(QYptum<, instead of removing them. The
Bifter4 on the contrary, act ai a corrective
and in - oran.-:*khout prodceicr:te on
pleasant and d%Pgemqx..cous-qitcnces. of tb
Oid sciol practic.- "Th-e icriun *i< mild and
"Atinwif-tlit irrtOW-4tomttikk *'nd 1xowe+.k;
promoting digesti.mn as4 preventing. f stu
lency, tian~ea, headachie, and wA intetThal
i ruiaritieri. A winaegla.(ful before meals
ilv a.wists dige'tin. .The .convale,cent
stqeile'miWith- gtiunt liedti-;-asa--ibsts
at ttr- strnthAnd cheerfues
On Tu'ljl- j fight. 28 b Sdat:.hby thit1 .
Abefilfe. and Miss..MAruE ta ,f
ir bride will ace.pthants frceak
Ily the- R r. -1 W. Bq'her, at:(kbuy
4, U., on the 29th uhe., .J.M.s F. J UAL.)
PJ&L.L. 6t'- Sewhein-. 3:n i'.ar.ciC 1
t-cood d.inghter. of J'.. . a.n. souc, E%q.. of.
eV1ew # .Ui#rellanceegs.
Ntice to Trespassers.1
The sub. riber.s her ley giLIe 'nddee v I',t
diperto ss are torbidldea f rom.- p.4aine
puh.on huning:a on their plantuitions. I
mdII t.hat. trespa<"sers a iil tbe dealt with to 1
be full.eitehlt .f':h--1law.
J. G. RIK A RD.
Is hereby. given--trt on the 4th day o
kvember, A. ID.: ..S73, I will apply .t:the
'bate (ourt lor final discharge as Adl
saaitrator, de bonis non, of the Estate of
lohn S. Chapline, deceased. -.
. . s. .1-. S.,OUIC.
(t. 1, ls75-40-4t.
. NOTICE -
Is hereby giv.'nThat o,rthi ~4th' da.J of
soember, 1S75, I will apply to - the Preo
inte Vourt for finial dj,acharge. as. Guzardian
i the Estmate of Edith E. Ilenilerson.
* ~ - a. -s ulflcK.
.Ot. 1, 187.--40-4t. - .
rhe Temperac Observer.
fREENTILE, S. C.
'o Tx F'at!rs- or-'TsaERx-asse fusoUe
oUT TH a STAT.:
There being no remperance journal published
i the State, Uhe undersigned propose at an early
ate to'establish a Newspsper in the city of
ireenvilip, devoted to theeanm aed promotion.
-remperanee, and designed as the organ of the
ood Templars and Sons of temperance and of
he Temperance b.-utherhood of South Carolina.
n tadvocacy of its prh.ciples is-W also ean-.
in the - -a~on of all matters and informa.
io e n-osegtieti the Temperauiee -Or
lers of the State.; uiuch as. the gree'.th and pro
tess of Lodges and D)ivisions, statistics, essays, 1
lorie., eso. 7Portlons of the paper trill he devo
Id to general literature, news in birief, poetry,
tc fur the enterament. of:the family sitele.
We ask the support of the friends or the Tern
erane lteform, Uhaueltmemabers. and ministers
The eise- of the Oasavau wilt be 26 by' 3
see, and the price pf sutbisriptiou Two. D.,
irs per annam,and will he isue- oncea week.
rguarante'e the establishmen't of "Ti:a -Tatk
'a*KC-OsaaVM," at Jeiet 1,l00 mubacribers-I
iu.t rt be obtained, wish the money paid in
dvaee. . - ofth ..gs
Circulare haveben -sent to all of-h Lde
r Go Templar5 and- Divisions- of Sons. of
empesne apd GransI Offeer.s in thiaState,ad
!f w e ce umnt bsrptons, the 9Mt
umber will be.lwsnseaely Ea Nevemaber.
Ret all monmey by P 0. Jaosey order or
gsterid Letter or Baark Cheek. -
.revle . J.'U & E. BAILEY,
Gresvilie 4.C.,Sept. 25, 187.,.
Orrtes G-. -W. Sseaaar, I, Q. G. T., 1
...-Sumter, S. C ,-- 187.1I
The Exemutive Coinittee hivnasg haA the p'to
noal dr'Bio.J. C. Bailey, -W. C. T. of No. 1,
Gseeville, S.C , I. regard tossOnleiaJJurgan
ithi.radjLodgUebUitted tothIe h b the
nieea ' inted at the Caesose~saof~
e - Grana eeby neo-rd roec.o
1d .propoitoin q ppcale oura.respeetiVe alga
tree, r yes or no.)
tIENRY My MOOD,G.W. C.T Te'..
* ...s C.- Abet.
w. . Ur IN, -..W'. $. Ves. -
J. 8. CONiNER, G. W. T.. Ye '., -
. . sniAwarr.;7e~,--Ang.'is,
srs. J.C. & l Baiey.Greenville:(
Dear SIrs-.-Youthave my most unqualiled en
illbem lesur t gie*youu-of eassist
ice In my poerr Tho Temperanee rnterests of
eStaaeall for a Journal such as you propose,
id I have no question that. the-Temperance Or-.
ts will ubite' with ;gs-(ood Tegnplar-l. a
ieralpport of ye.ar paper. ..
. :-Yoats Iht7. Its and ---
rand Worthy Chief festplar .of the state ofr
At the su*e'tion off the Grand Worthy.
tpla.( o '.J E J..enrv .). .o, .we' i
.the'remperan df-SSuth Cliffotina.-y '
ETI WT:IL EIW N.
VERRYMAR AM. DIS. BONE.
In store anhfrale by.
-c 4 .J. McCAuGRI & CO.
.Oct. 6,' 40-2)t.
30-TONS FUlmNOVA.Sc9mL LAND
PLASTER, a .specifie manurq for. Red
Clover, Grain and Grasses. Good- for
Contposing. Is a flna absorbent of An.
Fo,r s: by
A..J. McCAUGBRIN & CO..
Oct. 6, 40-2t.
10 TONS AGRICULTUR.AL LINE, .dy
froii the Marl beds' near Chai-estoh ; 'b'un
rivalled for applcaio* to green eropW hat
are to be ploughed i
For sale by
A. J. McCAUGRRI9 ACO.
Oct. 6, 40-2t.
-- TONS 8i PER dEi'. iiAT JOW
POTASH.'HrghevTidE df & ta
factured . -
'For sale-by ... . .... , .,.
A. J. McGAUGHRIN & CO.
OCt.'6* 40-2V e.: i
The Eteises of MISS FANNY LEAV..
F_VS SCHWL were resumed on - Monday,
the, 4th inst, a.the residence of Col..J..R,
Iwavell. Oct. 6, 44)-It.
The Conr.ty'Cotnmissioners vtill recive
seale'd application' for the placef of Pty'i.
cian to Pool House and Jaji. and Keeper
of the Poor Hiouse,.for the next. fiscaI Ver
on or tefore ti 6th day of Nvember,
1875. Applicants tist"be prepdred to give
good security for the pMper disebarge - et
their dutie&. A ppikan.to.r Poor Ho.uwe
mnt furnish two horses and one two horse
wagon, and v&t 'peribrni-an -'*eessary
woyk. Sbould-addiWioutA.belp beeme Qw
cessary the same.- misi. be. furnished b
Keeper at his own expense.
Also,: fo'r eas of certuia portionof Pdo;
Hq!Se Fara:and Quarry. - Rental of Quar
ry, cash ; Poor House lands.to be secured
by first. lien.
-I--VS0.0fN YOU' G,;
-October 5, 1875. ... ....a 4.-4t.
S.ATE OF SOUTH '-A MINA,
By Jaies C. Lt'ahy, Probate Judge.
WYhereus, Helrv H Co"ti hath'mahe
Alit 10 mie, to grant hin Lettersof A-min,
i4tfatioa of .t4 Est4te and.effcas ot840on
Counsts, dec4ased. .
Thte are therefeo-e to eite~ and adiisniNh
liand singular the kindred and crediteoz
of the said deceas'edr-ebat--shev be and
appearf before mne.ia- sbmUovr of &'uber$,
to te he3a at Nera berry (unyt Hous'e, 8. (.,
Gri- ie'Nl dat of- 'O'iLer neit, afe
pabienon-. '0he;.ef,lsnif hu1 ick ii-6
a by the snijl .Adpsiistrahisa sh.uld np; be
rant,-d. Given undef my hand,' this, 4e h
d ..,rf Oe'tbbe-,.A:nui Dnmiii.''xh.*
J. Ur .EA H Y, 3 r. ?.-c. .
Awardoi te Righestsisat Vimn
'59'l Riw. l/ury, Kee -erk.. -
-(Opp. leropolitan Hoetet.).
- aaturers, Imuporters and D3aler in
-C H ROMAOS andI~ :FR AN MES,
Sterscopps anid iYews,
Albums, 6m~phq.coposand qpitable Views.
Wea lieadqludtera. tor evier9thing in the
IEtBE0TEICS .,ad LAMC 7.ATERES
Being inefacturens of the
WCOCIENflFJC LANTERN, .
UNIVERBSZTY STEREOPTICON, 'e
SCHOOL LAtI'E N " .4
- FAMILY I.A ?'E.W . %.
l'ch style ben h et figas tlyt
Catalogueus of Lanter-ins anil Sllde, with di'
rectIons for usin sent on ajpitcation.
Min cpop 4man can. make'aosey
ritha agic Itern.
aW Cet out this'advdrtiseinent'fdr refer.
EST ABL ISHSED 1785.
[lE CIIRU1CL.E&, SENTIE18,
AUC4ISTA, CA. '
*One E th&i&i0t Nq~eriu as osastry.
lng .f the TMADING WhAPEB in the $15%
dhs Largest Circ ~Inin Easr jewrgia.
The OEcial Organ et p?ea Osagie
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EL is intended for points conveniene to,.
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ing of Interest whiclrappears-in the Daily.
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a a mammotha sheeth ttn up e5csY.
or our subscribers 1 e country.- t i one
>f the largest apers ublished in theSoute,
nd gives, bea desitorials. all the cIurren
tews of the week, a fbull and accurare review
if tec Augusta Markets ad Prices Curea
'he Commnerfal Iprts are a special ~
ufe of the edition. SubscrIption, $2. .
Specme coisof anf 1ssue sent thee.
Oct. 6, 40--tf.
Al ige jot of TOBACCO for sale at.
-- - H A RMON"S,
Aug.... 34-ef. .... ... -
N THEI DISTRIUT COURT OF
-THIt' UNiTED STATES--DI8
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
.In Re, Henry Whitmire, Bankrupt.
Notice-is lIerelYegen-.thaL.a meeting of
redtors of said Bankrupt, will be held be.
>re ?s unesesined' Reg:st'er, on the 15fth
ctober next, at 11 o'clock, -A.;MN., at -New.
erry C. B.,-tor the purpose of ekecting an
asigee in place of D. R. Phiifer, resigned.
C. G. JAEGBR,'Register.
20th Sept., 1875. - 38-3t..
Notice to Creditors.
Creditors of Jamnes Lof: on, deceased, are
quired io.establ ibh their demands before
i Probate. Court, o~ or before the 'first
iy of Novemr,~ 1876.
- JA C. LE.O,Y J. P.
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p:EhaJ by L K. MaIr'h4IL T~.' N;ms t ~
t*ji,s ~iiru ia.~; jot ~uS&m~t. ~liae& 3E
3C1P, Wv)) gond gitr~frn .saa4 1Iee4~mmsr7 o01
buildin L J. J4~E~.
* Sept. ~6. 1~43-49--4t.
FIE'19A bo9w~ i~ .b,4c1,p.i4Vsw,tfr U
~'a.y p.,~on.m ~r~e*i "a fuse ';-~sS'
jog on my tari~ or ahoest oar premw~ da'
w 'sai~ht' fPbm this th~iit~#y4IE~
ilealt wish tarn the ummtIIEm~
Sept. 29. S9-..2m~ J..JANjti.
igyu* LA V
* EVER EJBIBITED I~i ~WD~RBX.
Sep 29. $0-ti. DIWIG STO~K
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NSL~ WI!4IWI~M*hIN~ I,, k
PAINTS, QILS, ~c.
Sole Agent Air
The 0t ?IS~UU3WhUW~6E*i
bgs Nushiss kU.g ~ -
SEND FOR PRICES.
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***Aahhy Blv~. Wat~A Bu~4 #.e
Sep. 22, 3s-l~
* The mdizors of th~ Estate of S. D. ~beU,
dev'd., are required tu ftnder an their 4..
inandg, propErty ~ttcAa,d. to the rnd re'
aigned at AMos. on si? b~fure the .2bzJa 47
bt Octeber oas3t, or clue p~yoaen~ will I S
bi,rre4. IT. ~
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MT4 Week gi*
be attention of psnbiN ma', pat
of shie Stat is eslMd cft sitW uf
pinut hot, asedy,. ,t, *.-TU 4 p;
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not closed but mpmb6i UP" 40u17'
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