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Our ren,lers wilI have been %awaro of,
thlo fact, that elections occurred on the
6th in the S..ates of NIassaehw-wtLs, New
York, Delaware , 'larylam1, -New Jer.
Sey, [Ilillois, WiscIsin, .\liebigan. NIis
60s1ur, K::nlsas and No.'ada : anid of' the
further fict that the coilee of these elee.
tions was looked to with 1nuch olicitude
in every section ofthe comi1rn . i t was
not expected of cour se, that they woull
chango.miterially th 1relat-ive !tri'ength
'f parties ; but it was consid':red of ii
portinee to knowv whe ith the* tt. nev
of pulic fooling was to "ll.isill th e (
rnnent., or still furt.her swellhe over
shadowing power of the Repul(ilan
'Tho returns froill te im So :te
lllve not been received, nor iy :)th
whi i:-y have rvecived be enin-ly
.ccuraet, but, it is renast 1nal y certain,
howeve, that tO liO 1 Icans havu
gai.ed. There has' heci sle dimiinu.
tion of th- Iopublic-ahn ioriw in New
Y urk. Their majlor-ity ill 118G5 was
27.800, ad it i nsw supposed to be b
tweon 5000 and 15,000. It is Supo"
ed, also,'that the Democrats have gained
in .Delaware and Maryland, but 1ln:
advaninges have been VasilV oveibahi
atnced by the rtLurins alrea1)'l recorded
in favor of (e liepublicans. Inl A !s.
anchusets tIhy hive gin4e 22,000 ; in
New Jersey 3000; Illinois I) 000 ;
\Visconisi ,i000 ; that they ihave gained
inl Ilissour i is 1 i1nohnc4d, Ilhouogh tho
am0ounit is not stated ; and in all time
other Si ates, from which re ports have
not yet come in, it is io ho infe (id t,
their success his tiwen inori or lesi do.
cidedl. I, iu not to b o expeoted that
the-se resis14 will.hav e :4y i'eLieal e'.
feet, upon the course ol pohitical event ,
1R was not to hav been Ii ii ected. that
they colld have ben olerwiw. Thi
maistses of the North, to whom Lite tll
peal was maa, av1 a coilluno1 feel ting
thaLt they have nhicitve( in t he eceltI
war somo greot material -ld v:uitages ;
to t.hetul the restorationl of' the I I nionl
was not of the slightes. conilieration,
and when (ith.- (ovmenuinnt wient belore
these inasses"v pn-po.sing lhal, as an1 acl.
of istice toi tIh Soluill, they Shouhl per
illit thi) restoationlt ofthie-Ulioln, Int in
dling so they shoul foiro Ie power
to oppres. it fulrthi'r, and wa mevt, by
the lI1b1,lical.i with le propositionl
(lt they shold lol the lt o the
Hoth as prov ic.s to be plndered at
pleasure, there, vould have beenl nou
reasonable <1tstioin ol' the omrae the
Imllasse'Is would appr-'love. Ni4l Iovo j 1:
lice in tilo ab tracl, bul. tit' m'St <.,1
theml be'lieve tLhey pay e'Ve'y debt to
Virtuo when they praiso lhir, am4 few
are Willig to praelice thiN or aly Vi'rtui:e
Ut wshat they councoire to 1)3 their owil
This imus.4t have heel evideit to the
(ovarnm114ent. before it, nec(epted the is.
pup, an I as it is ei'tainl it has determielid
to 3d1,in,.it nl of res~t.rat io, iL 4
'indopedenilt of Iheso resultt.-(*rol-/
Pr'ogre'sJ of' Work on the Pa.*z 04ana.
A tl teri fromu Alexandr'ia, of' U)ctoberI 0,
"The cut01(ting of' .lie Ma~i't im4o ('ann14 of
- nezi~', u44 the( section from41 Suiez' to (C1hlouf,
whic jbwas th ati~1.4 41144 com ile, is bei ing
carr'1ied oit, ith i greiiagneiv ity. ThIis see.c
t~t4 4on (a ivided(14 Iintthee pts -'4 4444. 444t4 of
thot Quatino~i~lg at. ,%e,., 4 (h i otherin 4 the
-nl lin4t of Cha4144444, ((4414n14 m ies ,listant.Ti
iuaber101 otf4414 ca l4' netre I the ineire4 is 44 ''i
8 1feet4 3) inah1es.) to be1: iel'tnve iln ihiose
(titnce'1 1h4conn414e8 n of Ihe:114 works4 4'In
era8 etnployed 4on the w'hole line~' :4 on
wIhiomi 14)00 n44o0at t!1hn4tonf, ,5in4 t4 hein
of Suez0i, 351) at the( QuaratinelllL. The 4
sistinlg lab~or'. I'ighty 44ier 4 and 411 44 twilm
the rook, which, in tir Pinee4., is in1 41h' 1ine.
of4 t ca~nal. ii it of' wich 4 41he vohn((li4o l
2 1.A4.3 e:14hi 141et4res,' Am (Ihe . present'ii 4444.
14o.4h441y wor'11k (144ne on1 thi roI( ck bing I 21.14
eliblo440 n i'es, tive4 tuotti h s wvill stiltlii be e..'4.
ilary) befo4.r0 it, 11 com444pli'u *4ly finishe44.4j 'the
ctarth-wor4'41ks ih tis 1,bree.' arei, s4 to) speait,
insigo I enii c00141p14'red' withi 4 'ock ; 1th'e
ntno1401, to4 10 I3,540440 4o4bie.inc re ' of.1 wiel
87,915. have alread40y been04 4takon aw444-. l's
83o410 imo past the4. recruitin lg of'A :1414
bot4'Ors1 1441 been'4 made41 'w'ith fi4acility and. 444he41
enlgmteers have1 suiCceed~ in4 lineig them44
to use~ wheol4.4barr'1ows 441 ins4tad1otn, whi401
1110 much01 41404 covenient'4j01. It' no obs44tnelIe
sho01td mnrise 144 d14411urb144 the recrulitig, 4141
prep0jarat ory wIorki mny14 be4 41nished( 1441o1.'
I t perod 44rig~iinlly IiiC0d. The it W(4ks of
t he quarnnil~tm and,(44 thi~o of (th0 Plin dei
I4-renche, 4, whh 14411wilI give llncess toth l' i rs
dre1'dgog mac4.4hine4.4. '11ese teness 44 2
meltros wide an0 hd ilnalyv0 44n4oiei
and1( trenIeh of4 Afr'ion'. At the (Inalrantine14
thiese treCnches are' -1100) 13 m ee in len~g 1
thus.4 Indmated for all th1,is. len'lgthb wit 4
trono1h 0on 01a.h side4. 14to'cive the~ 'dred4.in
inacinejios. ,4 4140h Plain o4.u1' 84 he? Trene)
oIf A fra'4 is exen 0044Id 44o4a leiigI 1 f .1'2101
miles04, n141d11that of A~Sia (44 21.tm Ucrtint
theo lin0 to be4. foloe in the( enIvironm (of
Siior. A mass444 ofr'oc~k of 300,000) mlotres
0411h0, 1in8tond4 ofhe44ing Out I f'lu- , Is ii' b
turned, and14 this wvill conisitu 1444'.ililgo
alboult 10,000,000r. (.C:401)00 141t' cl~ o. -
* al~n esm8tmale1. By ai rcent4( dcision01 (4f
Lb e1Directors, the 4,4 widt of the cana,'l is to
bo l02 metr1es4 inl 11hose part4s in wichiuot IL'1
below iglI.waber." 4
TItK ExcIeTI:IINT IN IIAITIronE. ...
Th'Io &n, of' Fr~lidahy, 84y3
Tl'aJ Oovernor. give'(s -hlis opinuion ini
full in - relation ho the m1alfesaneo of
ofilco on 1ho pan of theo 014. Police Cor'
nalono144re, al colelpletoly justifies him4'
cItes his doejsion as folis
Teevidenco in (t0C18irve e
you1I a doutbt tit 111e Police Comis-j5
stone(ra ha1vol4tohtd the0 htwl and4. renp
dored thoeseles liablo to-thie charge of
mfisconduict inl oflico
1. ',,,y creatiig Or permlitting to grow
reai ing a3b as disloyal who do no10! atopt
he viws of the idical pmlrty.
2. Iy donying the ght! . 1 f the o.
brinor to nt erti in jtiriuldiction' of the
har<.ie of olliciatl nisconlict as profer.
red gailst sid Comissioners.
3. By )appointing to otlcb, both as
pidges' of eAlcionp Special policemen
Und Clerks, excihsivelyi from their own
part.y; and in many instanles mncomp
telli, and il solkve of tle reei Aets of the
di.sr'pu!'1hlo char cleis, ni1 f l viii
;ipioninta..,11 to any other lc . f oir
ellti'4i i'n: L.
-1. By deaating to th.nireb.iAl and
al r inmiler hai ill. power, to appoint
-pl'eial p ol. ev III-, witboi. theillvves
inqiiring into tIle qnalifications or moral
"lnidimg of id oliers, tIhus at tmpt in
to t, hrow tho responisiibility of bad a11)
point inients, which thy we-re ready to
nec plt. ipon their s Iabondlintes.
.5. liv i ng the jiudgi's if eelection
to throw mi"ido the boxes for r'ej etedl
h:iios, ni giving thei no advice us to
imir obligations unider LIe in w I)to i i
thim, :and relising tojeinove then troll)
Evlieo Ior s iuicat.' iohuion of dI I ti .
Ivr ple of t'lhis mvesigaionl
o hoV utterly regardless the P) o.
fiee Commin ioner's have been of Lhei
plain line of duiy.
WINNSBORO, S. O.
\V Nm ll10 , 'N. U', NO\.11 18M6
I[. .\. (1MILARI, Entroni.
1). i. 3icCILIG lIT, A ssociA-rn i10.
The following gentleinen are re
iuested to acM us Agents fOr the . KRn
a.'i.) A. D. i- .i.i.o-iocky
.11mnut, lBosier l'arish, Laa.
31i ar W i. lir:..--3oii ie11, 8. (l.
I I. Ii. I'lcl 31A riEnL-iitssvlille, S. ('.
vM > %~. o.llsto , S.e 1'.
. W. Mlet .:wi-r-aei Churchi,
An Important Juncturo.
iT'e preetl' . is one of tho 111ost iml
punlt cpge-hs inl thet whloto histZory of
our, Stato. A transillti now threaIt
ens I with evils whil ages Can n 11ev
er* remenedy. Tak 'onith (i'aol ina .in
her v redtit andl her systemn ir dinicial
goermetin thle pa't and14 there is
not a State or a coluuttItllity or ciorpo
raItionl un1der tho ::11m (1.11 could onlt
mtrip, her. A nd if the State' in 'her.
biegislativo Capacity, ill her1 (niven
tions, in her primary meet isin her
pesl .I, andIallher-citizens individually
proeiled 4in toesa ttll ab i yt i
11ibo and impressive as I I eanllv
arilleryII that comeli weal 413 wo, ishe
an h wold no illgu lsa~t then, an neverl14W
'th1' winked l0in the lest at01 the ~ im..i
to--thi 1)j1.iy 1 ther wonli have boen i lnan..
eial caity)0' soI iosome(30 wihr mgh..~
l~~Ou the biStatoiCI that, 'ontaie cpItal111
Ill i's 41r11 lib isl no) to 14 olat o restor'
tevlidu x-ae.. 114 sameri will h hier
Lnow1 1). i 1111n0 no' linef. A the -
lee Pl exiltended mot, 1)41 inolln debt
'Orspiem l with theo tlin lctnr 0111 rep1
(t2i ,:e. a'ieonst
. Ao ciies thory Ltora t.h Satfo
re1.lieof 11his kin 11 no lude to, is to01
1(11000 ftheStatiii torliev helt~irlf.
B'itlls 111 to Uthk (ofi the itear
h~1ed al a larged disutow to nthow
never 0deem, bout eals teriibuit
rat aintUope of and bearly r ldmpton.
ihtt holdersl oo itoeb notesil ver
reaonably onndo if thedtate imo
pasthe obain olglr'fih ponpi'tact o
b~norna-py, thatit b shy wltilly be likely
to d the4. smeror thorsel.11 And ourhei
oncusiony is a juldosi nls adsothiong
wipll saol th Stae roth th 'reton
Pstornning )4. blo wignh will ray
wr creitr fro generat1ionsofoocomeobu
c11ooentaies 3lof thporplof tahcn
Aoi for ut~ahyorn Litrauriotyo
isa liteorauro inigeu to 0h'orself
liureing orld ny br iliant enroor
eccorded by those who would stir up
,he hatred of that world against us.
rho blessigs and contentmon t which
toerued to us so long under the patri
irclal system of master and servant,
tand upo'I the pages of history (such
MS it is,) only as they can be faintly
dliseerned throi'gh the mirky haze of
prejiidice, hatred and jealousy. No
biographies of "good ole marsters" ap
pear in that cloud to relievo the dark
back ground by exhibiting how mu'ci
doinCst ic joy and light gleamlied out
froim it; l)ssin. No Boswells survivo
thilt long period to build up classical
biraphyi as if m1ontimleiit to the
inairy If tln1nsands1 of doinestic cir
'Iles in whiib joy, peace10 andi Ihppinea.i
dwelt,anld owed their existen1ce to (lk)
very Iaituire of the ''"enilialr ilstitiu
iof." Who will write '-Uncle Toit's
Cabin" viewed frma Soythorn standI
poilt I Shall wd nlot havo the trie
pirt of tle 4South engraved upon our
Cultivation of the Peanut,
Small farm,, subjected to thorongh
cI'r11e midi nl144 vastly prodnetive
If t now come10 into vogue in this
.:outlern Cliie. The oft quoted Lat
iln phlras1, -miin parvo, ("mueh in
liltk?",) will henceforth be the agricul
ttiral motto in this region. Energy,
iinstry and economy will deylcop
resources not, herctofore dren md of inl
the philosoiphly of oi: rural popula
What will pay best on an acre of
-lund I *ill be the query now. Per
ips this question may be partially
iniswered by the cultiVation of the
groundnutor peanutt) a/t*s pinder alWas
goober Upon sandy lands this will
Ii m ate the farmier. From 15 to
S 1sblaos may be raised to the acre.
T1: eiatvation is not tedious. And
so Use"'l is tho peanut that it offers an,
induceiont for its cultivation. It.
pays very well at one dollar a bIbol.
As forage for cattle, the 1vino is said
to be as val table ats the b 'st Northern
hiny. The nut contains an oil which
when prepared for lubricating, or oth
er purposes ; does not guii. T.'is oil
is uised f'or burning purpoose in the
) -1i ration of medicines, and Is a
cot incit in s (alads.
The Usury Law.
South Carolina is not kee(ping paco
with her sister States, North Carolina
and Gleorgia, in the rapid strides
opinent of their resoures. No d ubt.
1110 draw-baek to her progross 14 the
n ieubu 15uplon the free iuse of inoney
withini heri bounids. Thoso other' two
States have' so imod illed their usury
law as to open the way for capital ists
to tww inr~' thei rmens. it is to bie
liehoed-hat thie next sessions of the
liegislat ur'e will riot lot the occas ion
puss withoumt mai~king our Sta to as~ ae
cessibule to Northierh or' Europonni capi1
Tlhereu will biiuhe a and cry ra isedl
f'or the relief of debtor's, but Legisha-.
tor's had1( bet or respond to that appeal
by openting thle clhalhs for thie in..
rei'ss of moneihty, thanli by a4f attempt
o close up- -absolutely thiose wh'ichil
hav be'en inearly drniedl up by the
1lain age of wa:1r.
The Charleston Weekly News..
TFhe datily' Rews otf Chamrleston has
('rsoiine time11 been oIn our exchange
'h and is alIways a welcome visitor.
11ito recently thle proprietors, Messr's.
Jatheaurt, Mceillan & C2o., have issuedl
weekly paper called( the Charleston
ll4'kly K',e'.', which bids fair to com.'
wt withi the best D0ews'papers of the
lay. I t is ai large quiartto, ably ban
luetecd, and1( contaiins muchl readlinig
na~tter, both .original and1( selectedl'
indl is sent to subscribers for $3. (101
ar1s a year ; Semui-wIeekly $5. dol.
ars5 aI year.
The Rural Southernoi.,
The publ isher', Mr. R1 . M.'Stokes, has
aiid on our table cop)ies of thle RIur'al
%uthaerner' of tIne 24th ultimno, one of
ho handsomest and most readible pubt
lcations of its charactor we have seen
ssued from 'a Southernm press. With
In onergy thlat knows' not the word
'faiil," the publisher is urging on his
mhdertak ing, though lie 1has been be
let by dlifliculties that would have ap
alled a spirit of less persey-'\'anoe,
I' not have bafilod it. IHis pre.~ or
lered from the' North was destroyed
vith theo loss of the steamer Theodore
D. Wagner., The Southeerner' deserves
ho patromnmge of southern renlders.
fu behalf of the commmunity we res..
)eottlllly reg~uost our town mnarabals
.6 giv'e anotico of the meteoric shower
vich is oxpcdtod nightly, by ringing
he alarmi boll. If it como it will-bo
vdrtk while to be aroused to -witness
leport of the Trial of Henry Oasilea,
We have deferred .thme publieation
f the evidence in this easo so a to.
ave it appear, in~ full in the nejg
Ua80 of the State vs. L. M.' and R. D. Be
fllrriet Bla in (colorcd) Cross-examin
ed.-Lovy Bolick fired once out of his
pistol. Robert shot seven times.
Hadgotingu~ but pistol. Witness
t ots. Levy shot at do
consed whilo nunning. Deceased
hadn't gono far when shot at ; nor far
when Levy shot the pistol. Witness
followed a piece ; told Julius to ruin,
and keep out of the way. Julius did
nQt got on the saddlo mule. Lovy
was staindinig by the saddle mule when
Julius went to got on. When Julius
wont to put his leg over the mule,
Levy drew back with the stick. Ju
lius tried to do so three times. The
fourth time he got down of' the
tongue, picked ip) the tongs and start
ed to amount the 11ul0 with tongs in
hand. Levy walked fast round the
intles' heads to the other side. du
hius got On the tongue again, got down
again and ","k'.ik hackward4, Ioliek
after him. Presently Levy Bol ick
made a quick .jump at. him andi caught
his right hand. Lovy had hin no
time till he said to -obiert "shoot."
Julini struck Belick stino timo Bo
lick struck him. Juliuts struck one
time, and throw doivu the tongs. Ievv
had Julius by the arm when lobert.
shot, Julius struck ulit onice, never
raised ton'gs again. Robert was right
at Levy's shoulder when he shot.
Prisoner (Lnvy) struck Julius ooe
time with stick and cut a hule in his
Stevenson was present, sitting down
where he could see Julius all the
time ; could see deceased every time
lie wo'ut to get on the nmnle. Stick
Bolick had was a large -whife walking
stick.- Witinos saw tie tongs after
deccansd struck prisoneir. They were
bent before that. No child sail any
ting. to witness about the tongs be
The Solicitor boro announced the
.close of the iami iiat ion of witnesses
for the State.
ulness /or) the defience, Jos Sm A
Sworn.-W itness saw deceased, short
ly before lie was killed, at the house
of Margaret Brie (colored.) [11[er0
the counsel for de fendant % was inter
rupted by the Solicitor, who 1-aised a
point Upon the competency of the tes
timnony prove the character' of do
ocasld. Counsel .s(.- the connec
tioni Of this test iniony with thn case.
As the testiniony had d isagreod abdut
who prcsscd on the conflict, this was
to show the disposition of deceased to
wards prisoner. ' Counsel (uot ed froi
"Riussell on Critnes" -to establish his
poition, when the Judgo allowed the
witi us to proclet.]
Iitness asked deceas'cd where Ie
was oing. l)oceased said lhe was.not
goli to work any more %fith the rebs
in * uth. Carolina. Margaret asked
hill , if ho (.1 ulilis) wis going to move.
i aa u n o i n o i; ws 1 A &V j 4
None but the yankees cain plit ie out.
Margaret told him lie had better not
got igi a fuss with Mr. Bolck, Iko miight
get hurt. Julius said "Well1 if that's
all lhe wants, I can hurt too," "i'll
light lBolick a (du10" saidl he, "0any
time lhe 'waufs.'!
agae Bi~ic (colored) sworn.
Witnes knew (d'ecased ; sa w h im on
Sunday' amiulMoiiday before hie was
kille'd.. .On Sunday. while at her
houise, wit ness saw a man runining to
wards the house, ]t was dJulius Ihlain.
lie asked witness if she hiad a gun.
Witness laughed, and~ said to hmimi
"wyhat in thmemiamne of (-d would I do
with a guni.'' D~eceased1 said lie want..
ad one, for lie was going to kill Levy
Ibolick if lie was the last man the aio
sho o oon ; that he allowed to pick huis
chas ce,~ and it' not then, lie would
again; blowv Levy ibol ick's inifi-a
heart out of him i. Ilo said Bol iek had
miahuin mad Saturday. Nobody was
tebt witijss and doeccased.
Wi.tness told deceased lie ouglit.n't to
balk so,' foi. Mr. Bolick had beenu very
elever to huru and to his family. Wii..
iess had seen lBolick that same (lay.
it das after that, when 'Julius comli
for *he gun. Boliek had then left
J uhlus' house. W itin ess sa w doceased
an.*Monday about 12 M, at her house.
Lie come to har house and said to Mr[.
Tod Suiith that lie had been gat hering
p all his tools neCver to vgork in South
oiarolina for any more rolis.
Winse aisked (deceaised if io had
nloyed. Hie said no, he hiadni't. Wit
iossaskod'if wasn't going to move.
lie sid ho .gvas not-- WiTtness told
'iin lie otjght to do so, or Mr.. Bol iek
'nght hurt himt. )eeased said lie
miuld hurt too, and that lhe cono
hange balls ;ind ahiuunition with
l~oaiok hs soon as any body 'else ; anid
vlfen he said so lie liut his hand up to
iid breast, just so. Witness told de.
mensed she wvas up at his house on Sun..
ay whlen Mr. Bohiek. wasthecre, and
~hat Mr. holhiek wasn't "rasih" with his
amuily. Witness asked deceased if'hie
gdn't told her hiow good Mr. Roliek'
t'd boon to hiim and his famtily. Jiu
ins saidi lie didnj't care for that.
Witness (lid not knowdeae.w.
qmg to dlive in the hlouse till lie mov-.
4into it. .Two Mi.' Stevonsoils come
liero one night, but' .witniess did not
r4ow why they did not pnt .docensed
)ut of the boiso. Julius told 11o
[4evy Bloliek said Ibe could reiain in
SWitness was at the house of decoad
id awhile th'e day lie was killed, u
hid nob see himn killed. .'After wit
~ng at. Mr. Bloliek. Witness hol pod
put things in the wagon, J~hhus
pt'down off the wagon. '-Boliek went
o the hind end of the wagon.--so did
uhius; Julius picked up the tongs
it tlto Are~ end, walIked up to Bocliek
nd struek him en the arm. Bloliek
ave' back. Julius advanced and
truelt Boliek in ' the face, lBoliek
roppedl the stick he had in his hand)
lid 'slappod his han'd up to hi. f.
not emsiploy him. Witness went ne\'
day to notify Stevonson that, he
would no longer ho responsible. Af.
ter dinner on .unsday witnes i-odo uip
to Jas. Stevenson's and asked him tc
ride over to deceased's with him, as
he wanted to not ify him to loive thoro,
Wanted to seo IHugh Stevonson first
as le' had' gi ven J lius liberty to c
there. Told I Hughy, adl he said he
didn't Care, and would leave it, to wit
ness. The two Stevesn-ons and wit
noss went on to house of deceased, but
found deceased away. Witness told
wife of deeasett they must leaivc
by Tuesday irniing. Qn Tuesday
sinorn ing wenit, 1gaini to Stovenssoni's,
but lw said lie could not well go.
Told him11 thouight deceased was mI'ov.
ing, lut if he was not, Io would put
himi out. When they got to the house,
hoiwever', wits s found deIeusud ab
s.out and a l li.b wife wlhero lie was,
hid he hid gone to get a wagon.
Witniss said, very well, he was glad ol
it. W itnezss" tol-l .hleri to get thinsg.
rehv.. Said she oulidn't. had a paiin
is hier arm. . Witness told her to put
the ehildren it it and he wvould lelp.
They be-unn to get ip the thig. llad
a t'.;v thing., out whens deccased C1nmie,
Decca.;oel m:)igh t have spoken to Ste.
venson, he, didn't to witneos. Looked
somiiewhat mad at wit Ie..- A ftcI
awhile witneoss .aid to deceasedh to
hu1rry up. De Ceased Said tod witges
he didn't Iant to b.e iiposld upon.
Witnses; said if there was aisy isipos
ing it. hi been by Iccased oni wit
nessl at the house of' the latter. All
tlat witness weit. for was to got dc
cea.sed away. Deceased said to wit
ness if he (witness) had said anytiing
to him (deceased) on Saturday, lie
wolid have -idven Ii hi an a wful beat
lag,-t tihe saie timsie shakisng Isis
t. t Witnessi told I ecasessd not to
talk so. Deceased said he had been
imposed on but would be no longer
Looked like lie was tryiig to get a pis
tol. Witniess told deceased not tc
draw a pistol +on him. U)cceased
jumsspo down otf the wagon, pickl
Up the tongs, an1id stepped toward wit
ness wiso warned him not to' raise the
tonslii at him. Wit? ess muet dcecasq.|
at. the rear of the wagon. ThIIe lattei
was about to sirike. Witnsess might
alive. attempted to strike. Waf
Struck n his arm, then upon the fiaet
after lie had stepped bi-ek. Witis
thouidit deconsed would hurt him.
and he ealled for Robert lo!ick tc
coie and shoot decreased. The pistol
was fived before Robert got ip to wit
iess. T 1b 1-ow rn1 tle faee kiocked
witnsess rounid and blinided hirn, anid
lie thought he wa.u bIdly hurt. Did
Iot sCe deceased try to start oiT lyitl
wa.;on. id .ilot seizo deeconsed by
the arim. They were nsot neoarer thasu11
tle lengt h ot' the tongs. Did not slool
deceased on the ground after lie liad
fallen. V it ness a'd Stcvoi s m weni
Up to Jceallsed. Stevenson called de.
'consed. Wviness ju~mped off blit
horse, nnd ask'hed Stev'(neon if lic
thsought deceaised was hurt. W itnse.m
then saidh to dec'asecd itf hse wass notl
hurit, aind would ac'knowledge lie wa,
wrong, heo wounld. not hsurt hsim.
WVi itess turnied -decr'aeed over, -an<1
fond a ball hoh' ini his 1'ft side ini the
lower' part of thle bireas.
Cross e~inend.-WVisisess dhid shoot
with shot sguns 'at diCesed's whlile russ
ing. Did inot knsow wliwiher he~ hi o
not. Decenssi strsuck wS ins tice
a nd thle blow on the face Ulinided .hims
for as time.-.th
filere the Stdicitor q'wa'tionedth
pnisonsier-witnssi very closely in re
gaurd-to a discr-'pancyv bectweens lis ei..
diiece thessi ad Ihs isafidaisv it masnonic ua
n pplicats ion-for' hail. Connrirel f'or ih-fr
u<anst ex phiine'd howu nu isfldauvit is su.
silly made' out, andi prioved hsv thea wit
in'ss hsimsself thsat on the day iho applied
for'h biilihe showed onse of Isis cousel
both thelii wosiuds lie hasd received fi-ons
tlie Songs in thle hnnuls oif decea'sed.]
Mi'. RIon. lt-adinug coinnel'h~ the Ss die
('eice, o'iened ,t Iw egssment, at il conduct50.
ed it wish Isis'elmracteri.tic logical abibs.
Mrhi Mcs-(anits, also counssel forii de
r(ence, siteline tiso caniesic sh' isrgsmnt I
whlen the Solicitor., h 1). Melt on E
alisse'd the argusmenst for the prosecution
withi rmnrked abilis y.
Thse jssry i'etirodlabiout sutn dlown on
Wedlnesdr'y, andi did not return wish a
'crmet unitil nearly ten o'clock ons
Levy M. -Boliek was found gilty of
snn lausghter, anid senitenced to osso
'ear's imlprnsonmhent aind ra fine of fivo
Robor't D). Bolick wuas acqusittSed.
Sw5Hs IsAnoltN~s roRu Tri Sossls.~..Tlie
Iev- II. P. Woite wr'itos So thea Now OrleIanis
7Isri.-ran A isoa', frotm Zurich, S wit zer
and, July 17, as follows:
I can secutre as mnany laboirera as I wanS:
sy paiying their way to She Unsitedl States,
cani get thsousanssds on the following'conidi.
ions:- They wilt blind theicseslves So labor
andt they wor'k twice as haruid as nsegr'oes
enerally.) los' yon for one or ' wo yearis, for
heir passago aueroass the ocean, .board andsi
lting ; and, y. the endl of thoe time, the
Ixpenses will be deducted fnous ''so gross
acolPts too te product of thoIr labor, and
heo balance divided between thoem, an~d thecir
nmployer Iwo thIrds.- To illustratoe- It
rnil tako $25 t o tike them to Now Oi'leans,
nd, say $150 to clothio and feed for one
'opr; say he'nmakes seven 'balcs of cotton
nid fifty barrsels of corn, wor hi, in all $800;
rke from $80 $e75 expenses, loaving
0625; now one thlrd-$280, She share of
hie aborer-anil.$417. She ' sare of the
msployer. They will etLr ina'o wr'itten
blI gatlons before the United States Consul
ero, 'which lie (She Consul) assures' me is
inding, and will1 hold Ihepn in thse UnTe.d
tates. I think it a good ohance for esur
armers;t say, commienco withs only ten
ands, $250 or $800 *111 pyst them on the
lace andi the probable netsproceeds will be
.out. $400 t and wills this, tho-second yar
ou can enlargo to any extenit-most desiris.
he. If a faslhiire, there hs but little lot
robably nsothihig I expenses are . firat paId,
ien, ifanythingIs left, It is divided, Or
ie7ai' willing, after all expenses of 'feed
drvhorses )0 plow srponing etc., are paid,
didetoe next proceeds in half:' The
ople seem nIco, Iindustgrious andi intelligent
.imksi r'egards to our fri'ends. My 'd
as is Zus 101, care of the United States
Vt have received samples of some
very fine apples, fine in-size and flavol-,
from Meesrs. Bacot, Rivers & Co. for
which the firm will accept our acknowl.
(ail and so Ladd, Bros & Co. large
purchase of clothing.
WnIk into tho corner kept by Thomp.
son, Withers & Co. after you have read
Tariy somewhat at Jas D. Milnor, to
ex.aminlo his variet y stock.
A nd then you'll bo rendy to tako the
lite Steamer, "l;ctator," for Florida.
H,. -u h t she sil.
Messrs Bacot, Rivers and Co. havo
Peiruvian Gunno on hand. See Notice.
G. It. McMaster advertises sonio pla
ces to rent.
See eltafng sobedule ofC. & S. C.
Mnills. C. Hnibroad-.
i<'arm for~ Sale'..
Winnsboro Prices C urrent.
Corrected T i- Weekly by Cathcart & Mautthews.
Waisenono, November 12, 1860.
Apples, Bushel, $3 00
lagging, Gunny, %I yard, 40
" Dundee " 86
[tale Rope, Manilla, -11 ;b, 28
" New York or Western, 1b, 20030
Blacon, 1lams, t ), -b
" Sides, '0 1b, -2
'l Shoulders, ICI 1b, I.
I ut ter, Country, bij Ib, 25
lot ton, Yarns -) bunch, $300
" Ordinary 1b, 27
" Middling, s0
Candles. Parnfine, Ib, 60
Sperm, lb, 6)
* Adninutino, lb,
e'otee, liio, 11), P2035
" Lagunyra, Ib, . 46
94 Java,' lb, 6 0
k ien',Rli ,lA Dniry,. lb,'
I ees, D13"l,
. Sb,, 20@80
New Orleans, " $1 25
tvls lbI . 1) $1 Gill
I l)liuu-, kliel, $I (o
%)lit, Ket-os 'ihi, gallon, 1 20
Wool 4 9 00
Sutgar, Crushed, lb, .23
" ri Jita , lb, I 5
Exuri ' , 18
'rt. Rxit Ouipowder, lb. $2 01)
t1YsoEn, lis, I 6aOr b 2 o
"Black. 1h, 1 2i@ 628
lTacco, yewig, b, 38(. 1 60
Sar old, b.- 45
." Sorghm "3-6
Nius, Cob, 8uy @t9 wl
olns uh ,o. *ox 24 00
A i eros gai lon l 1~ agi2t0
"nlin iTannedto --e 1nesge 7t0d
in, Whit, bush5
No Yelow ____50
at birtepool, snok, 4xaiu to35(i
BnreeCtle, d ilofe -o 1t0i atFiril
Cur hruseothe l,-*t. 23dy nl a
Tgn, Exr f alenpowde hige, bi$2r f0 r
" Onltact. o'10b, ce o1 land in5ar
Tiuhlnec ot, newini lab, o8@ 50r
Simesoe. Mold, -aa 45eJtlnirC
"f 'iuns Silv ner, attesuto 8U V
"Q o, tra, abhes (4.0o@o or 00)o
lan ins W. J.fcl Tenoyct , doin la4d of
J" Colbs, JuioC arrante Mr. 24'h00ar
'u nL p' ersn leving uponans thans poethy
'i'Ilus. t. efWlla thos. ofl Naencyd nro
dirtnet tirenders. h.smepoel
ntrnacte o the ucr(ign o ess)hi ofc
lain Faisbrilo. hjeajiin ad
Thoas t. ell 1)Hi. A.ugALAy RD,st
latis o' D. Toma F.FiugC. at.i oF.er.
aBYi svitu of Nundy executitponan tothdi
On ratIwl of4cer (forsle or less)rfel
flnoing airnl Diebrntt'i, wjlitilndsh oe
gn II hoeuro of sae, toinh hiebdr, Jeore
Cilash, thersolewig uoas thPropertyPr
char opayi for nitler-:
.One tract of' 810 acres (ore les) Fr
laIn afl Distrct, adi ng lands of'g
Ampon LMrs. Zarbhlonesoo, aond E ah
tat and Joherby levied upon s the oet
prpyof Toas . B.purrier, t thetoG.W
One tract of 700 acres (more or less) of'
land in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of
J. KuDavis, aond C.at Bof -r. Barberear
lenvad ohrp s, lItduooa h propertyofZuonob
Ic s tBl at the suit of Nath ~Motn yW
Therfs OfL el, Dai .Iuhy .sao
1evte o Ntnsbr 180roetyo6. h . el
(and OTn ceairted isic, adjolnn foand of
A'. .PArLonSr. JWm. Lair, STOme.
Givor bndlhoreendl tupon a d esprty
of G.k PeanJr t teio. T.res
Yaborons o andother.
O efne et of Jaelr rles o
rain FafeldDitrcsedptnn landmof
AFLumpler, Lebulon Moblead.
8mh& sMsoet-ogn. nfrshs ro
l.and faorferd pstrpnng ththans of
wsa, of J0 h 12 .-le outhey, Wannobal A
F.Linand Estedaol ntate 0. &----~ Barbor
aevid rnvi aslte porty of tiZeuon Mob4
thea hesi o Siter elon
sept 4x~m E. W . OLLEV~lt
When Julius struck. Bolick, he open
ed his pants to got out his pistol.
Levy then said to Robert "to collie
round here." Witness heard i pistol
shoot and a cap pop, and she1 put out
for hom at once. Witness did not
seo Boliok grab Julhus by tho arm at
any time., If Bolick had stood .still
he would havo got tho second lick
right on his head ; but Ie got badk and
got tho lick on his face.
AMrgaret Jrice, (colored) Cro-sexiam
ined.--.Witness heard ono pistol fire
and one cap burst. Did not know
who shot. Julius Blain jerked his
pistol out of his pants. J iliuis struck
Boliek first on the .arm. Boliek gave
lACk, 11ad Julins. walked up1) and
struck him in the' fice. Prisoner
dropped Iis stick, and clapped his
hands ull to Ii$ face. W len deceased
struck prisoner oi the arm, prisoner
droiped his stick and called to Robt.
Boliek to come rioiid tliere. As sooni
as'Levy Boliek called ulbert to come,
Jutliuts jerked thle piSto 011t of his,
pants. The wagon was before the
door. Witines stood.neoar (lhe corer
of the house, and on the samie side of'
the wagon prilsonier and deceased wor.
ald not bcin there loug. J ulius
was loadin g whe itiless got there.
Bolick skod by tle side of the wagon
racing the door, and iMood there all
the time witiess was there. J lli 1a
Wits putting thilngs iln tle wagon. Wit
ness didI not know whether the wagol
was full or Vot.. Sawv Julius pick up
tle toigs by the fire outside of tle
house. Thero Wits nou chineiy to the
house. The fire plaec was inl front of
thle house, nea.r the wagon. Witimss
was at. the inpteest for awhile. II card
that the Corier called for her after
she was gone. Vt itiie.;s told her lins
band she could tell notihing except oi
Julius. Witness told nobody but her
brother that nine day tle aaiir hap
pened. Told Smiith that J ulilul seeni
ed to be in erne. that eunday hel1
talked to her, about taking' Mr. Bd -
liek's life. Vitieos Was told sh'e had
to conic to W intisburo as a witness.
Witness had lived ~ with Bolick. No
one told witness what he wanted her
to swear. No one gave witness money
to coie here. Witniess would not
conie here to swear for .monoy. so:
lick has given wittiess no money. He
did give witncss -01me imionIey bu buy
bread with. Witness still thought or
understood, that sho was asked wheth:
cr M1r. Bolick had given her muney to
swear a lie.
lle-cxan'ncd.--oliek gave Ole wit
ness the mnoiney Onl the streot. l r. Ste
vensoll was stild ing by when he gave it
t&witness and asked if she was hiiulgry.
She said, not very,-for h1er1 old man
had given her stinething to mat. Wit
Iis tliought wlten tle Solicitor asked
her if any body gave her money, if it
was to telt a lie.
Mr.' Stvenson, recalld.-i)vid Ste
vensq. woi)t up to dhe hotise. \Wit
ness id not go. [This wL" s oi0 the ou
easion alluded to previously, when it
was said thatt two of thle St evenisons
woent to the0 house wheorn deceased
Prisoner and do teased were not
mnoro thani two step~s behind (lie wagon.
Witness looked round when Levy call
ed ouit to shoot. Robert was between
witntess and (lie wagon, about ten
step~s front the contending parties.
Witness did not see Levy Boli ik raise
his stick to strike dieeensed. \Witness
saw d ulius's pistol alter'tile kill in"
examnined it. Thought there we
two barrels dlischlarged, thoughl he did
not hiave on Ihis spectacles. Fond
oci next day there wai but one barrel
d ischarged. SmiithI talked to0 witness
about what deccased said. Wiine.ss
told prisonier what, deceased hadi
tlrrenteiied. Did niot se0 dleeased try
to get on tho mule I. Witneass. s by
ie lire on thie right side of thle wagon.
l1risonler and1( dtee~eue were at, lie
ind end( of the \vagoll when the tight
took place. JRobert 1oli1 is a~
toephte o witness. Levy no0 relationi
Rev ('. B1. Bette, sworn .--Witness
haid some1 aeequainitant~e with deceasedi.
iReceased wvas chiaraceterisedl by inso
lence and an3 unugovernlable temiiper; and1(
suhwas hiis goneral character in (lie
heighiborhiood. . .
fered as a link ini thle evidence, (lie or
(1e1 front -inilitary heaidquiarter~s in
Chester; iss;xud to decease~td and dlirect.
ing hii n to vacate (lie house iln ques
I ion. Ptroscuting countsel did not
[Defenidant's counjsel lfhnded himl tho
abogve order which lie (the withiess antd
detendaiit;)'Identified as the one which
had beeni sent to dheceased.]J
Decceased was working witnes. for
when that order was-brought, and wit..
ness8 reqluestedl that it be takeni to house
of deceased and road to him1. Tlho or
dher was fromt tile Provost Marshal at
Chester, aind alddressed -to dlecoasedl.
When it wais road to (doccasod, lie ask
ed witness if lie oould net do sonme
ting for hini, (i. e. deceased.) Wit
ne0s8 told (decased'hli thought not, as I
Mr. Stevenson had1( rented thle place
on condition thlat no freedmnan was to
live in the house. Deceased ,asked
wituoss tigain, wvhin witness told Sto..a
venson that he would be -responisible I
for deceased,-(as he was working at
that .tuno for wit ness,) if John- Sten-t
son and his uncle were willing, and de'..
ceased w'ould behave hlimselif. Wit-I
ness wanted deceased t tyh h
houso as long as lie worked for. hiim.
Witness did not like tihe work of do
coasdd'mucht. H~alhlton had omploy-.
ed deased in the meantime, and do- a
ceased oamo over to house of witness
one miortnmg for a hand-saw file, when
witneisold him hie wanted to settle
with him. Decoasodl asked witness to
wait until he finishued the work hewas ri
at. .When deceased hadu finished work i
for witness, the latter gave huimi no- P
lice to leave the house. Deooed (
l0omed displaned ha ...ns did c