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Kenwieh, leave families. The other two,
one of whom was mimed lirenmin, wore
unmarried. The names of the two hoys we
have not learned.
Ksca i?e rtio.m J a 11..?At about Si o'clock
A 1 *
viMiciuuj- morning, tiirco prjBO.rtora?Ijoiijt,
Webb alias Spnuhling, and .Morris alias
Moore?eftcetcd their cseapo from the
jail of thin district. One of the three succeeded
in picking the loek of his cell, and
ufter reaching the corridor, broke open the
lock* on the rooms of the other two. They
then ascended the. tower, and lotting themselves
down through the windows, crept
iilonc the vnnl'tn Hi<? ' l-"-1
0 .Vw% .v v.-v/ iivmv |'ii v ui niv; uvi11ding,
and roaches! the ground by moans of
their blankets, ent intoslips for the purpose.
Two of them, Webb and Morris, are Mill
at lurttc. They took to the river, ami escaped
by means of a b? it which they .Hole.
Long was captured by the police and recommitted
to jail, just after lie had got into
the utreet, where he made a desperate resistance
to the policeman.
Morris is under the sentence of death
ior negro .stealing, hong under sentence
for assault nncl buttery, nnd Webb was sent
here from Columbia tor safe keeping, lwving
a short time ago, broke out of the jail
of Richland District, and liberated several
other prisoners. Ile.it appears, in this
instance, like on the occasion in Columbia,
was the prime mover and enabled his eompnmm?.s
to CHeape. There is no doubt but
fV*11*rnf nifnln nu 1?a l-?
??o iiw m wi n imiimn
to'tWM&licc throughout the country, ami
has aWcady broken from eleven jails in the
South? It will he remembered that Long
attempted so cscapc hut a fortnight ago
from our jail.? ( /utr/cshm Mercury.
In.m.uy to Cotton in Tkxas.?We
learn from several parts of the Statu that
the cotton, on many plantations, i.s being
considerably injured by the rust, ami in
some places the web worm and a kind of
lien arc doing serious injury. Indeed the
juimy from the web worm has been so great
on the JJraxos, in the upper part of Ft.
1 lend county, that some one or two plantations
have Intcly been entirely replanted.
. The rains arc also falling almost daily, and
in consequence of the remarkably luxuriant
irrmvfch of flli> nfiillr ruii?vi*??? f. * - 1
ry '"t l,w"1 iWlll HI
t<ix foot high, and tlie entire exclusion <?f
the huh, the, bolls on the, lower branches
arc rotting and fulliug off. Indeed, apprchonsions
.-ire felt that the cotton crop will
he seriously injured b}' the continued rains.
" TitfrroN-iioLv.s ox Both Sri>K8."?A
cci'tlcnian in (1hnrl?\?tim wli? ??*/??*..! .?.i I
^ ? v"' v v J ll ll>/ V> 11 tv> I lillllUtl I
n pood doal of company at dinner, lind a J
black as an attendant, who was a native of
Africa, ond never could be taught to hand
things invariably to the left hand of the
guests at table. At length, his master
thought of nn infallible expedient to direct
]?iin; and as tho coats were thou worn in
Charleston single-breasted, in the present
C|tn?lcor !i9.t?!tUyp?dwuytt.to uitfsl
Irnc piato U)t?UO button-hole .side. Jrt
^nutoly, however, for the. poor
gk day after lie had reeeived Jfl
Hfc Icnaoh, there, wart among ?B^k
^iner n foreign gentlemanufl
brca?teu font, and ho. wa.^?
plotoly at a Ktnnd. JLifrfg
^^^ide tin- flHB
his mother. A short lime before his death, he |
culled l'or all hi* biothers anil .sisters, nnil begged
them to meet him in heaven. His Inst
words were, thnt he was rciuly ami willing to '
lie?(hat he would meet his Lord on his tight
and remain there until the day of judgment, at ,
which time he would be raised to glory forover.
Dikii, at his fntIter's residence, near Twelve ]
j Mile Camp (Ivounil, in this district, on the 21th '
I ol' May last, after an illness of thirteen days, :
llODKUT O'lhiiAXT, son of Caleb O'ltriunt, aged j
twelve years, three months ami some days.?
The HUbjcrt of this memoir was a youth of tut- 1
common intellect nnd rare moral habits, lie
was always a dutiful and obedient child to bis j
parents. He also know soincthiiifr of liis he?\- i
enly parent, as was strongly evidenced in it o \
triumphaut death he died. All who were presI
on! SI1 V tli'lt ii wou At?i? .xt'lK.v .
j ...? vi.v<ii iiiu HIIllll IC.f" |
i tations of tlic triumphs nf religion in death that
j tliey lind ever witnessed. lie had associated
| himself willi ilio order of Modern Ktiipriil Tern- :
j pint's*?a temperance organisation?and, in It is '
| dying moments, lie cast his eyes upwards and I
1 called on those around to look and licliold tlioni !
j coming lo take liini to thai Temple above, lie j
: wanted all liis brother Templars lo come and ,
witness Ids triumphant departure, lie thus J
I h.-of.ll.n.l I.!* l?i?? > i.:
. hum nn 7- |*I I'll 1UOK US Illglll j
I tn i tin! Iniul of bliss where I lie wickcdecase from
I troubling nnd I ho wenry are nt rc.it.
Tn see h ehriMinn as lie dies,
"With glory in his view;
To lienven he lifts his longing eyes,
Atnl bids the world adieu.
His funeral was preached at the burial by
: Rev. Mr. Walker nt his own request, lb-other
I Walker paid the last tribute to liis memory in
..t..........i ?-?.it '
, .... x . i?n?? cmu'iiiuc iniiiiiH'r, iiiiu, .*><) sirong
wort* his appeals to (lie s_vinj?miliics??l"nature, ,
! that the audience way melted Io teors.
A Fit i kn it* )
DkpsuTkI) this lite, on tne 22d June last. St"- I
| kan K. Mvmts, only remaining child of Captain !
.lumen It. Myers, aged li ve years. A lew months '
before, her mother and younger sister lout laid
their mortal bodies in the. dnst, and she alone
remained to comfort her father in mortal life, I
but a short time. Though he may feel melancholy
for awhile, vet hn slinnlil ill.I ?!.??. ...... I
only transplanted to the oilier life, where lie
may expect mwh lo meet lliein again.
Ox t>10 'JSih Juno last, II vukirt Tii.i.ky, agetl
30 years, wife^afi^esley Tilley, mid daughter
of William ni^HEmey Kimbrel. In '.te.' last
inortal iiioiiioiiis^ff culled lier mot Iter a ml sister
io her bed-side and told them that she was going
to a better world, and thai she was happy in lie- ]
ing thus able to bid them farewell; then she |
ki.tseil her eliihl, and, leaving her mortal body j
for the grave, she ascended to the better world
of which she had inst snnUn
A.'. F.\ M.\
'FIIK HcgiilnrCoinmunicntion of Koowoc I.oilgp,
I No. 711, A.*. M.\ will he hrM on Saturday
evening, (lie 2-ltli of July, inMnnt, at 3
o'clock, i?. m. IJy oi'ilor of the W.\ M.*. I
July 17 i:. II. LAWltliXlJB,
^ I ^ 11K OoinmissionerH of
tlll'CO liovs !Lt fill* P.mr
Anderson Pricos Current.
ftOnRKtm:j> WKBKI.r 111 KVUIjANI), III.KCKI.KY *'CO
* An(>nuso.s II., July i 1,
Cotton per lb. ... s.J 0 11J
Salt, per,-<!?ok, - - 'J. 00
l oiioe, lllo. per lb. - - 13 (ii. 11
Sugars brown, per ll>. - 0 (.<; 11
" cruslicl nml loaf, |>orlb. 1 I (?, 18
Mohuwes, West Iniliu, per gallon, 40 (m to
" N. Orleans' ' ? 4"> Qi\ 00
Ynrn ((In.) per bunch, - - 1.20
Osnahurgs, (heavy) per ynrtl, 1!1 (m, 14
Shirtings, " - 10 11
Iron, common size Swede, per 11). (S.l
" KitKlirih, - (1
Nails, per keg, G (<i\ OA
Oil, Linseed. per gallon, l.il" C"' l.fiO
" Train. " - "rt '-A 1 ,,M
(Hans, 8X10 :i }? fl.25
10X12 - - C.2o (? 3.50
lHco, per lb. ... r,.\ (n\ 7
Klnur, per barrel, -I ( / 5.00
Wheal, per bushel, - - Oil (a> 05
Corn, " - - - 55 (u ('ill
r.acon, Imp; round, - lit (a) 12
Hanging. (iiiimv, per yard, IT ('r- 18
Oats, per bushel, - - 3<>
1*0118, " " - - - i.ftii
Powder. Illlle. iwr Vi"' - ?
r | 'J I'Vl
tfar 'I here if alwiiys lo ho fo'.md n pootl Slock
of (loo ls, nt K. \ Co s.
'1MIK subscriber informs nil persons imlchtcd j
1 to liim prior lo (lie- first of Jitmmry last, tlint
tIn*y must ninko payment by tlio first of September
next. T ios<? fuiling to comply will l>o
siu'il iiiiliscriiuin.it> It. Necessity ulono compels
him to pur.-uc this course.
July 1"?. 1858 6J 7
TT?0"!\X? TTJfYIST f
Jr.ST HIK'ftIVKI>, u largo lot of American
UcliniMl and Swede 1UON?low for
cnnl?, or on short time, to punctual customers.
101 IN T. SLOAN & CO.
Pendleton. July 8, 1858 f>l 3
I Wild/sell at ftasloy's Mi I In, on Tuesday
tlio 27th of July, at public out cry, as a
portion of tlx* personal Instate of the late Jno.
A. Ksisley, dooenscd. a larsro lot of Ilmj.i- (!ow
and Calf, Household ami Kitchen Furniture,
Waggons, Carts, Waggon Harness, ?fcc., window
sa.*h of various sizes, a variety of pre-"
pared and ruff lumber, two sots of Ulackj^tfl
ami Carpenter's Tools, a < Vntei^^^^^H^
wheel and fixtures! old Steeh^M^|
various other articles.
made known on ill
LAND FOR SALE.
r pur. nn<ler.signe<l offers for Mile, on (lie
1 must riweoinmoiliitiiv; term*, the follow|
ing Til ACTS OF LAND, located in Pickens
[ District. On ouch el' the tniotn are coin for
j tnlil^ dwellings and out houses in good repair,
i and well supplied with spring water.
Tract No. I. Contains *100 uercs, 200 acres
j of which arc in cultivation, and hahineo in
the woods, and lies within one mile of Tha|
linn Academy, and nine miles from I'endle,
Tract No. 2. Contains 100 acres, all in the
woe 's except '20 acres, and lies on' Kightcen
Mile Creek, within K utiles of Pendleton.
irani :\o. .t. i;ontains IUU acrca, of which
(iO nrc in cultivation, balance in tin; woods,
and lien on (.iolden's Crock, 10 miles from
Tract No. 4. Contain-* 300 acre*, about It)
arc clcarc-1, balance well timbered, lvilig on
I (Sregory's Creek, nod has a good Mill Shoal
I with plenty of water for ordinary machinery.
The above lands will bo sold to suit purchasers,
if applied Ibr soon. Address me at
i .-in'ijnriiy I*. *?. I'lcKoos District, ?>. O.
WM, S. WILLIAMS.
I j..!v 0, 1858 6i i
A Valuable Tract of ILim il.
i 1"' oft'or fuv *a!r> that valuable Triud of
H Land, known as \ isa;;e Old Kicld.
situate on tho road loading from I'iokonx ('.
11. to Jocnssoo Valley, and lviti" on I! um'j
ami Kail Creek, containing ?SI<i acres. On
I this Tract there is near 70 acre* of bottom.
' ami the greater portion of the upland is good,
i ami lies well. On the place is an excellent
I peach orchard; and several beautiful building
sites with excellent springs of water. The
most o| the land is uncleared. It is situated
in an excellent portion of our District for
stork raising, and particularly for Sheep.? I
This tract of land i.s offered at private Mile, I
until the first Monday in August next, when I
if the same is not sold, it will he sold at I'iek- I
ens (,'. il. to the highest bidder. For further!
particulars apply to either of the iimlcniUrfH
ed. A I lint, of tlie annip i??n )>n
Tonus mmlc ns
j OAWPlbAfii I
I von novo
Bf3r*COI'. T. (). I'. VKUN'ON, < fSjtartnnburj*.
is ro.sjifolfully nnnouneoil ns si crtiulid
u? fin* Congress, to ftticecod Col. Orr.
| 'I Iic friends erf COL. JOHN 1>. ASI1MOIvl''
respectfully lumoiinoo liiin ? caniliilnfo |
for Con grew, ot the next election.
iPir.T" i no i|icn<ls Of C'OIi. K. 1'. JONKS, f>f
(irocnvillc, respectfully proseht liisuantc t<> tlie 1
1 ('migrcH.Hiomil District, in place of Col. U?ft, who
i ilcclinctt n rc-clcction.
FOR T1IK SKXATK.
1J5?X..TIio frioiuls of Mr. Ml,AM SUVfllM:
rosj?c?ll\illy announce liim ?i ciimUtlato to ropl>/.4>n?t
I>U1 1! 41
...... . ?nnik mi-u m i, m mo disiic .-M'liaio, at i
t!io no\t election.
asy-Tlio friends of (leu. F. N. (1A11VIN
nnnounre liim n cmiilitlntu for tiie State Senate. ,
at tlio en.?uing election.
! tp&?T\w lVicn.ls ofK L1IIC II. (ilUITIX,
Ks<|.. resjicctfullv s? 11 in?nnt ?* liiin a candidate i
! iur i no oetmte, lur I'ickous district, sit tlio i
! next election. A u
FOll Till! LKUiSLATtJlfKi
Jflv.'';"' Tlio friend MH'II M'.l. MII.I.KH^M
Umvc In MtuiouiH'c liini n cnndidnte to
. Pirkcns in (lie next Lug 1 sin tilve. >?
K-'j}'" The friends of Mnj,
WKI.I, respect I'lillv recommend jfl
D*3>?. The friends of
Legislature, nt the ne\l <'j^M
A'vY" Tlie friends <>('(i^M
! ri'ijieoll'ully 111111011110^8
i Lfgfaliiture, nt
i.slatnre, at tl^H
Foudloton, South Carolina.
| I). SMITH & CO. would lf'sncctfuHv
*9 o inform tUir patrons and tlio miMid
generally, (lint they have just received and
nic now op^iiing at I'oiulletou under the
A now rind complete Assortment of sfiporioi'
Spring and Summer Goods,
Consisting, in part, of a splendid variety "f
Lawns, Calicoes, Muslins, (jfinghftins, liolitf
Presses, llaroge-i, Tissues, Black and Col- i
liu'oucf, ('ortlotl nml S w iss
Jncount ami Swiss