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Tuesday Morning, October 9, IM.
- 'T. P. SLIDXR, Esq.,' in the
sole. agent for this paper in Charleston
0:*- Ar.,JAs. H1. StUTu, .formerly
of this place, but now residing in
Charlotte, -N. C. is .Qur athorqpd
ag4t forAho Nzws., '
Mr.- SMTH can be found at the
The Innsylvania Eleotions.
To-daythe eAecti6in ,e sylv
nfia b gtn, and whle 'thete "Afl he
great excitement, if not sometling
worse, there, the -whole country will
await with solemn pause the result of
those elections. They involve 'tre
inendous issucs, not only to us of the
South, but to the whole of the United
States. It is a conflict between radi
al and conservative deniocracy. The
fo,mer..seems to be in the asedidaney,
amd if it prevail, our gloomiest antici
pati.o.s, wil,bp reali:eic, we fqr,,
An 'Aodident -Open Wells.
One day Li-it wek John McClure,
Jr., 'whe -ver1 ain unfilished well,
lipp :ud f.il erly tc tht bottpm,
a dcpith of al.u 1rty .t', and lodg
ed upon sonw curig which had been
let down in thv we:l. I. came, near
proving a seriois fall to the young
man, although he escaped without any
In this connection it may be proper
to call attehtion to the danger to the
community from the open wells in va
vious parts of tho town.. Already a
korse and.a cow have fallen into these
pits, and it will be fortunate if smie
porson defii't ;neet with a similar ae-.
gident. Cai 'iothing be 0done, to so
eure our citizens. against the danger
from these open wells on vacant lots'
Tho Indianapolis Ikrald 'publilhes a
,lat of promineiont citizens, office-hold
A pd others, who were engaged in
th recent disgraceful riot in that
sity, by which the President was pre
vented *om, speaking. It boldly
c}arges that the riot was.in d in or
er to cover the 4esassinatio of Mr.
JohnsouA. One pistol shot evidently
aijned at hi, strqok within a. few
feet of his head. . The evidence of a
youtif is given% to the . effect that he
was paid five,dollars to hurl a stone.at
the President, and ,further proof is ad
duced that desperate charao1ra were
brought from others places to engage
i the riot. Threats were openly
iade for several days before the visit
of thq Presidmt that he should not
leave Indianapolis alive. Such are
the legitimaet fruits;of radicalism..
Tn COTTorN CRo.-A 1jighly in
telligbth gentlunn, writing to the
Phzanix, froU Pnterpri* Missisitppl,
"Some friend eeni mie yonr paper,
and I see you hatve inserted,in it the
r;eport of the Mississippi pJottn grow
ing Ass,oeiation, which leaves the im
pression that there *vill be- something
lie1,'700,000 bales of cot to9 raised
this year. Since the Association
made that report, there ..has be a
great falling off of the cotton crop.
-We had aj weeks dry weather here
in the Wesf , hich. caused the cotton
*to cast off fully one-half of ,its crop.
.In the M ississippi 3falle, anmd a'dja
oent4 ecetion,, the 'rgt, the b4V and
Sherigan wvorms, iave effected, the
drongerioul. We will, mot exceed
ANOTHER SARTHQUAIE.--We lhave
the pleasure of recording another
"ear. hquak L' in the, far ' est. An
election took place in Mlontana' Terri
tory, on the 4th instnt, and the Dei'wo.
cratic tiket was carried over thme r.'.i
eala by a rn.ajority of 2,w nthu 4
is ti roughout the 'West. Nrou'ky
gtve. nia ly .4000%sgeirot the rub
dah.~ fa < :'tod ai r'st mn '.
iv ahld''%t.'Ntiv' ,D anlkiefdYill
fo.oloJMK. 'ttnekif and Cdlff'ornia
in diiNt"'nprecedented. niajortFdt
E. aihtwa I. nu ngs e snthat
AT ARLINGT6N.-Under an order from
the Presiant, the hous'.hold effects left
at the Arlington mausion, ry GWrpk
Lee, or rather the fragments Owerf
remaining qf.them, were$iW a4 da
livered to the party a i by-G .
L(-e to receive t'.em. ft -lippears that
nearly everything of value had been
stolen. Many valuable heirlooms. in.
cl1i(f1T1n'some of the fami1 portraits, had
b-ei pirlojned. The portraits were ta
ke'romiie ftrainis' padItd ir, boxes
a Atori-d in'le uppt; lft of the
elon for safety,, in 1861, These b6xeS
had, broken open and everything of val
lie taken away, and the letters and pri
vate p.1p1wrof Goneral - Lee scattered
over the lofk, A lady friend of the fam
ily, w%ith M rs. Gray, the old and f--ith
ftil househod, servant, were yest-erday
looking orsr and gathering up the frag
nents worth preset vinfg.
The furniture, ifnch1ding several bed
stea(INa considefrable nunier of common
chair-. Iwo or three sohis. several tables
and boukcas(-s. aI sideboard, bureaus, antd'
oiv Ial <lfz!n lar 'I,g, ancient picture
Irauw-. and avari,-t v uf other articles of
tIe kin k , we4 tom:2leI together, broken
briis.I, .uOin a tu-st vandalized condi
tIII. II ! Oite Of rooms ot.,:e usd ts
pad I oi, w:i the lwer floo;, prvparatary
to ben-g shlipp.- a way. The only ar
ticleS,renminitig there from Mount Ver.
1:onl Weyp diree -bookcases and a carv'ed
halk ehai. The sofas which ,a . year
al,o, were in the parlor, ami in a tolera.
ble condition, ;ad been broken and torn
in a ruitous linanner by ~curiosity 11111
ters, the red veiret covering Qf one sofa
iaving in this way more than one half
. It would seem to have been only the
performance of clear duty on the part of
the althorities when they took posses.
sion of this property, a portion of which
-wus historical and of'sorne consequence
to thOintion at large, to have provided
for its caretul preewervition.-National
Suocaixo Aco1Dte-. LAnY VaUsUUnD
TO PIROes IN A bj 1LL.-On Wedmesday, Mrs.
Iarlow, wite of tr. John P. Harlow. wheat
receiver at ilsall & Crenshaw's mills, at
Iichmond, vielted the mills in company
withtwo lady friends, to whom she was
exhibiting the macbinery.. While turning
toleie. the upper story, her dress was
doigtt i'n t#.convey'or wheels i;wich carry
fbtr to the skpeifine bdlinj apparatus and
she was diwn into the mashinery. Mr.
T ylot, Who -was standing by, caught her
and *ould have rescued her, but he steel
hoop-shirL had becomO entangled In the
cog-wheels, ahd Mr. Taylor's attemNls were
Yain, and- he become near being &n him
.self into- the mtaehinery which in a. moment
mankld the unfortuna% ldy ivk ' p*nner
too horrible to contemplate. ,1pr head was
severed.froii her bodjt and ijukhied to pleo
es,.the brAid beld'g sgtterEd it every di
rection, and was cut nto and ground almost
to atoms.' 'One arm fell to the rower floot,;
the other being thrown five feet away from
the moolinery, .and fragments of blood and
bones and brains were strewn everywhere.
TuK .RADOAc "PAHTY-.Thie New
Yirk Evening Post is 4 Republican pa..
per-a. Idading Rep'ublia'an' paper-and
is s6 recognited throughout the country.
The Post recently, favored its iaders,
with this paragraplh':
"With a blund6rir Q and chaotic poTi
cy, juch as that Imposed upon it by
Messrs. Morifl Ste#ens. Sfmte aid
the '1'rbune-a.policy whchl soeWs to
do every thing through 'the Govern
tent, and lev nothiung,t private in.
gI'nnity, wisdom and eff'ort; which' de
claris the Preoident a traitnr, -and i
the same breath qtuadrnples his powers
which declares he contemplates -ursur
pation., and insists oni a cour.se which
alone makes such a' crime le-gal-with
sueh a policy the Rlepublican party
oapnot live, And ought oat to live. Its
success WQud'he a cala~t to the coun
-lutIOUatron t Tr IRS BaT.-TdIe New
York Tines, of' Monday, says that Mr. J7 8.
1(1eeJj; of eonsyJvania, wit -,wet to
SouthaCaroli na, at the #erjuest or a company
.intenading.,to buy land for agricultural f ur
Ipoet. gives a favortable report o" the fer
aaliiy of. the sell and of th. uispsiton-of the
heo ii' the people kiimi ha.aried atnd nfbb.le
Zeni WI' who ome to at'Yef anfitig tia m.
The HIuntavlJ'e Inv/epenrient sag
t n-- apm ini msua h Alabama are
'"' -ing ade - to p,-event the
*enrspe k.a~ utrmM fA gNes.l bIA.
,-- Ta New' A ork :iuI Yew. smay ''oTit
N4wf Ao!hI'fhis uela, it hit. gone:baoirdi e
tap.anie udreedyrothe rejctedg 4,
tents of his stumnoh, or thie poreihe fe'a
to.ker bath In flud nmurity."
Ti DEqverat. Isnd"'elinssedre of dJIa.
eonv.aqe ' futsed, adtbl,i -hold. a jqi
Cont rlmnate -Swo sembers! 4f
Congress .d oumty t4cket.. s
- - .
--eWee-AVOID TH% 'oTT Ei"?X.
The last dical Congress, with a
view to futAer burden the cotton
planter, laid a tax of three certs- ppr
Pint ovi th6 staple, which mnii6 be
yiid before cotton leaves the colleo
tion 0istrict.. But the tax is. not.
cha rgkble mless the cotton is fent
forward for sale or shipment. Now,
the way to save the tax is to manufac
ture eton where it is grown. There
Nwill.be.double advantage in this, not
only,in'the tdx of $15 per bale of boo
potintsaved to the producer, but the
manufactured article will bring him
twice the money-that the raw mfiterial
will. My forming association in every
country; thb plianters have thus the opr
portunity of doing themselves as well
as the .'country, the greatest service.
Let thom profit by the opportunity.
We may add to these.wise wPrds of
the -Georgia Citizens that every manu
facture we recently met on the Bord6r
echoed similar advisory expressiods.
The -largest cloth manufacturer in
Maryland, a main of pure Southern
blood and lineage, said : "Tell the
people of the South that manufactur
ing thcir own staples is the proper
way to be revenged upon the Yankees.
Nothing will bring the New England
er to hi aenses so amazingly ; no other
vindication is so worthy of a great and
magnanimous people. They can beat
us in abuse and trickery ; let usbeat
them in arts, sciahice, statesmanship
and Agnest craft: Nothing pleases
your Yankee so as give him a chano
of ribaldry or ridicule. Be still
these are winniNg trumps."
IN EQUITy-FAIRfIELD DISTRICT.
,Thee. Yarborough and Wife, Bill for
vs. P.artition of
A. J. Hilton, eV. al. I Land.
B Yvirtue of decreelal ordwe. miade In t hit
oaBe,.1 will sell at publle a2etibn at
the Conrt House In Winnsboro,- the Ist
Monday In November next, the tract of
land mentioned in the pleadings In this
case belonging to the estate of Win. .J.
Hamilton, deceased. Containing,
more or los4, lying in Fairfield District, on
Jackson's Oreek, and boundfd by lands of
Thomas Stitt, Margaret Nelson,'and others.
The Terns of Si)le.
Cash, suicient to pay the costs of suit
and expienbes of sale, and for the balance a
credit of one, two a.d three years to be
given. in three annual installmonts, with in
terest trom day of sale. .The purchaser to
give bond with approved security and a
qmorgage of the premises.to secure the pur.
chase moaq. H. A. GAILLARD,
oot 9-t6x4 0. 8. J. 1).
uEAD QUARTas, I
lite l1kroalux OF
FACf GOODS, T8, MULLS, NES
290 KING STREET,
(Three doors below. Wentworth.)
OARESTON, S, C,
VON SANTEl'8 RA ZA A,
[g8T ABLISH ED in the year 1861, In thIs
ia city, liar opened, for the Inspection of
the public, the most Splendid Assortment of
Toys, Dolls, Gaines, Chine T6llet Goods,
beautiful Mlantleplece Ornantents, Ladles'
WVork.-Boxes..Jewel Cases, &e,, French Con.
feo lonary, Firew kIa, &c., suitable for.
Presents fer the o inng Hoelidays, such as
are not to be oend in any ethser establish.
mnt In the Siouthi. and to wMich the pro.
prietor respbct fully solicita ait entlon.
,Accordeons, IIarmonicas, Porlemonpaies,
Bags, B3eads, Combs, Briushes, Perfumery,
Pipes and Tobstcco, 1tespsene Oil and
Lampa in thseGreatest VarIety, &e..
*. A liberal discount.w,11. .be made, on all
goods sold to dessera, and,
TOXS AND FIREWORKS
can be purchased in .$6, $10, $20, $50
$100) lots. puit up to suit the country .tradi.
All p.'kagve aur,. put uip withi case, nd
wiil be sent, per express,' to any 'adAress
upou receipt'or t.slj, or C. 0 D1.
FIt ED VON SAN TEN, Proprietor,
BL A"K 1LECEIPT lI(OOK for m@l'fng
-.nitp. composedl by N iti E \1ayer. Sulmp.
. s - n's .g biore and Maj. FAcett'
Iffudllase leave at tIu offec.
Signig IMefor th4 Feurteet.
f EriEJI beiag noaw in tb landp.a
5,esatoo jr thsi own' - sing
and othqr'l4we - ses,1r t'~ bt.
0rIn4Igaohkeqn Weaiay a1 Watur.
M. T.#Ai#OODW ARDY.
Fr4m Ilw York.
Naw Yoax, October 5.-A Paris letter as
sorts that 4,1 Frnch troops will be withe
drawn from Mexico at once, during the fall.
The steamship Persia has arrived at this
A. T. Stewart. at a private, dinner last
evening, indicated his purpose to donate
or.e million doll:irs to build triedment houses
forejeserving indigent, provided the ground.
Sfatement of the Publio Dibt,
WASUM.OTOW, October 5.-The official
statement ofthe public debt to the first of
October hows It to be two thousand five
hundred and seventy-three millions, three
bhundred and'thirty-six thousand dollars
less wtsh id treasury. which is 7ne hundred
and twenty-eight million two humIred and
Orthis there is coin amounting to eighty
six and a quarter m ion.
A comparisnin of t li with the statement.
on the first of Sep,.-ber shows that during
the month tho debt haq been decreased to
the amount of $2.234,622,654
Admiral Dahlgren - Ordered to the 0om
mand of the South Pawiflo -8quadion.
WASuIoTow, October 5 -Rear Admiral
Dahlgren has been ordered to the command
of the South Pacific Squadron.
WATrINoToN, Oot%sr 5.-Several-eses
of choiera have occurred in this city, within
the past forty-eight. hdur$.
SAN FaNCwROO, October 5. -The Union
State Convention of Navada nominated H.
G. Blalsdel. for Congress. The Democratic
Vouventlon tominated John D Winter. for
vernor and H. R. Mitolell for Congreis
From rortrese Monroe.
Fonxtss MoNNoIO, October 5.-ChnArles
O'Connor arrive-I here from Washington
this morning and remained in close con
sultation all day with Mr. D:vis..' Purport
of his visit. unknown. He went North to
Naw Yonx, October 7. Noon.-Cotton de
pressed ; ales cannot be effected except at
a decline of 4@5 lents fron hii2hes, point
Tuesday ; nominal Uplatid4 88@39; Orleans
40: pales of the week 16.000 bales. Gold
1491, Sterling quiet-60 days 71; Coupons
of '6 1001; '05 109j: Tens 99j; Trea@uries
106; Caro inas 84. Flour ficavy at $12.10
@16.50; Wheat drooping; Lard steady.
BArT.ous, October 6.-Grain receipts
very.light and prices unsettlel. Provisions
dull; Mlss Pork $34.60 : Sugar firm; Coffee
dull; Western Whiskey $2 email@example.com
WASNINOTON, Oct. 6.-Attorney General
Staneburry has given htis opinion that. the
sales by decretary Harlan, of Interior lands,
belonging to tie Cherokee. Indians, to the
Moneticut Emigration Company, to illegal.
and ought to be ignorid, and has charged
lIarlan with being interested in the Matter
General Dix has formally accepted the
Secretary Seward Is improving, aid will
eoon resume official duties.
rrom Now York.
Naw Yong, October O.--The stea.me
Star-light from Wilmington to New York. I$
ashdre on Barnegat Island, and will proba
bly be lost.
TheE-fhainbart of 00mel-ce unanimously
adoptedt resolutions appointing a committee
to conuide' the ex'pedienoy of' petitioning
Ootngress for a total abolitionu of ex-nort du
ties on cotton.
Ad@itional advievby the Persia say the
new. from Oandia Is of myoh.,moment, In a
recent engagqmpent b'etween She revolution
ists and infidels the tabied Turks and Egyp.
tians were defeated with great loss, having
8,000 mon placed hore du condAag, The Turk-*
itah Pasha in command was taken prisoner*
lie wad released after signuing terms of cap4
tailationt. The agit.ation was spreading, atnd
this, with sho Eastern qtuestion, commands
serious attention of the Great Powers..
. State of Sotith Carol:na,
IN E 4JYm.
vs. [In Eqtity1
Johan 'R. .Harrison, B,ill for.
Eli Harrison. J oe
N ptuaace ocadeorea made in itie'ase
..all ahe judgent and otlah credirsm of
JTohn Hlarrison, dec'd are i.tereby notiled
on or before thuArat day, of Alaty next,, to
e;xlhit nnd.prove by suaflicikent lesaimony,
b,efore thec u:adeigned at his office inl
Winnasboro, their, several and respective
.adgmnents, exenatione, debts, laimts atnd
demandsa against, the estati of said deceas
All judgment ereitors also' notified that
t&ey are enijoined In sai, deose from en
foroing their. wa'i*a of. FeirI Faise agoinst
the said tracts of land-a.nd all' obher crc.,
ditors, tiha Jing are t.haisin enJijos from
amnenig Qr prosecuting. son sult or
4uessatwJ.wtm s&a dei fendent, John R.
oarri0a, s ..,7tertI of said estate.
H, A. GAIL4R D,
Wh.abro-60 S--plaan 4. 1a8a
town for isoin
X Ime, in 1hoe courho. of
two weeks, those wanting work
done on their Teeth will please call soon.
oact 9-tIxl J. D. CU IETON.
"As ep eacher
Ants an 0oa.
From Mew Ao l cme ou,
And Mies and Rate,
In *pite of cat,
"18,years established in N. Y. City.",
"Only infilible remedies known."
"Free from Poisong.
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
CoaterSa"'Ruti, Roacha .&c.. 5Fx.
s a paste- -ued for RatM, Mice, Roaches,
lack and RedAt, &c., &c., &o., &o.
e a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
180 as a preventive for Bed-Bugi, &o
'ostar's"'Electric Pow,der for
N-for Moths, Mq8gruitoe,- Fleas, Wed-Bugs,
hsect on P1lants, Fowl4, Aninalf, &o.
! I ! B1wanE I I! of all worthless
~ation. *ht - alWrlle
See 'that "COSTAR's" 0nn1e is oi
i Box. Bottle,.and Flamk,beforo you buy.
Sold 484tiroadffay, N. Y.
tII DruAgists- and Retailers everywcro
ith. Barnes; Ward & Co., New Orlus,
NCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer'
rette (English) asserts and proves by fig
R thaVone pair of 1ATS will have it pro
r and decendaints no less than 651,000
.rec years. Now, unless this immense
ily can be kept down, they would coun
e more food than would sustain 05,0004.
'EB3 t.O3 aoL3=a4e.
1 3 BOLTS (1 lb.) Dundee Bagging,
U 80 Coils Rope j inch Iemp,
25 Coils lope, i '..Juts,'"
t0 bble N. Y. and Ballimote Flour,
15 L Sughr 140a )8 cents,
. 10 bbls "Extra' Nw,-No. 1 Mackrel,.
2600 lbs Best Rio Coffee,
5 Bags, 120 lbs each, Old Java,
600 budheln Corn
Terms C1sb; or Cotton at the market price..
Apply to .' JAS. I. AIKEN.
ON New York, or Baltimore, in sums to'
Advantes made on Cotton shipped to New
York,. Balte itere r Charleston, (a&' Taxel
paid if required.)
10,000 lbs. flacon Bities,
4,000 lbs. Shoulders.
6,000 bushels of Corn, eper mnontis, orm
msnoang on 1st November next, (in q Anti
ties not, less t ha: 100 bushols.)
001 Ot3xP' JAM.' R. AIKEN.
tp 18 undersigned have this day forMted A
LCoPatners.hip. -Title,. Ladd, Bro. &
Co. A. W. L AtDD,
C. H. L,ADD,-.
Oet. 1, 1866. R A. BUCIIANAF.
P)ERSON8 ndebted to LADDi 1$ROS. to
1. A. W,.L&MD. 4gent. willa ples y
an.ailldit U ' CON TRACT nre due.
not 0--&f * L~A D DRO$.
- ON COMMISS!ON.
WEfl have received a ine - lot of Reads'
I! h.de tlting on Cormissio9, cbeAp'
for the enish. Call if you wantbar ainlt
oot 6-i r - LA01 LYltOS&-CO.
rp1 IIE oitisens of Wintisnoro ore hereby no0s
.L tilled that taxekon Real Esae, sIb..
Capitat ion tax', ft that year qd4maioncing
Apr'il 15th 1800,' are now duI.u,Pousons
liable are reettested to B.etdeuat
Oct. 6..tf . of Ceda.il.
T aubsor ieIred Wepftkr.Iu
.estd Chairs made aagood.ae new,
'A fair Bed@eads on hand .
est 4tf .D. 33. )WegIQ1 T,