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Anothe? Fillibustering War!! I
News from Walker's Expedition.
PARTICULARS OP TUE CAPTURE OF TRUXILLO.
Tlie schooner Dewdrop, Capt. Terry,
arrived at-this port this morning, from
Rnatan Island, the IGth inst. Among the
passengers is a gentleman who left Trux
illo on the 12th. From him we have full
particulars of the capture of that city,
and a full narative of the events up to the
Walker made his appearance before the
town -of TruxiJlo oft the 6th of August, at
about-three or four o'clock in the morn?
ing. HisAvho?o force numbered 110 men.
all countod. They approached the town
in two separate parties: The first was
landed some three miles below the city on
the beach, and proceeded towards the
town by land. The second was debarked
in small boats and proceeded pari passu
along the shore. They were all well arm?
ed with Minie muskets.had twenty rounds
of catridge apiece, and were well supplied
with everything else necessary.
Our informant, who is personally ac?
quainted with nearly all of them, says
they were a fine looking set of men, and
?bowed a confident bearing as they march?
ed up towards the town.
. The news of the landing was conveyed
to the town and fort by a Carib. The
fort was garrisoned by seventy-five to one
hundred soldiers, sustained by three or
four hundred palriotes,?(citizens), who
were, of -course, immediately called to
arms to-dispute the entrance of the Amer?
There were mounted two 24 pounders,
and some eighteen smaller pieces?the
first two brass, of old Spanish manufac?
ture. * As the part}- advanced , pari passu,
along the beach and in boats near the
shore,,the two larger guns wcro opened
When within half a mile of the fort,
the land party alsofell into an ambuscade
of the patriotcs, and were'fircd upon from
the " bush," which was gallantly and
promptly returned by tho Americans, in
a manner that would have done credit to
an old guard.
They were soon scattered and com?
pletely routed. The Americans then con?
tinued their advance in full defiance of the
fort, and the order was given to charge
the rampart, which was done in handsome ?
Btyle, and tho occupants driven in every
direction before them. The firing at this
time was sharp, and to give a true de?
scription of.it, says our informant, would
require a person more familiar with the
mode of warfare of these people, and one
who had not quite so many musket balls
to dodge as himself. Notwithstanding ihe
burning of so much powder we took the
fort and place with the loss of* only four
wounded. Their loss as near as can be
ascertained is 12 killed and as many more
The names of the Americans wounded
were: Wra. Halo, shot iu tho right eye?
lie returns on the schooner Dew Drop;
"Walter Stanley had an arm broken; John
Cooper was shot in the knee, and -
Bush, a Polander, was slightly wounded
in the eye. They are all doing well, and
will soon be able to report for duty.
The people of the town seem to have
great confidence in Gen. Walker. Many
of the stores are open and doing business
as usual;?" others have left, taking their
goods with them?not, as they all allege,
on account of their fear of Walker, but
of an attack on the town by somo band
of plunderers and robbers from the inte?
rior, who will make this a pretence for
plundering and sacking the town.
The forts at Trnxillo arc said to be
large, commodious and well built, in the
best style of Spanish American fortifica?
tions, and defended faithfully by what
means Walker has at present at command,
cannot be taken by any force that can be
brought against him. Besides, the exist?
ing Government of Guardiola is unpopu?
lar, while his rival, Cabanas, Avhoso cause
Walker has espoused, is everywhere a
favorite with the people.
At last accounts Cabanas was on the
Pacific side of the State of Honduras,
where he-was said to be everywhere^ fa?
vorably received by the people. He is a
native of the country, and believed to be
of pure' Castilian blood.
Guardiola is either a half breed or full
blooded Indian. He has the reputation
Of being very ignorant and brutal, and to
have obtained his present domination
over the country through fear alone.
As said before, Walker and Cabanas, as
the leaders of the liberal party, perfectly
understand and sympathize with each
other. It is supposed that tho plan of
operation is this:
As socn as he shall have assumed his
position at Trnxillo, Walker, leaving a
garrison for tho fort, will set out with
such forces as he may have raised for the
interior. Cabanas, in tho meantime, will
march this way to meet him, with such
forces as he may command. It is behov?
ed that the place of meeting will be Co
mav&gua, when a General Government
will be established, representing both tho
Spanish American and Central American
Guardiola, it is believed, will bo able to
make but a feeble resistance to the com
I bined forces of the two Generals. He
9 has, however, asked the assistance of tho
W reactionary party of Guatemala and oth
I j>r States of Central America, and it re
I mains to be seen to what extent and effi
B^gncy this assistance will be given* At
the same time, however, it is believed
Walker cau count upon the sympathy and
assistance of all the Liberal party of all
the States?in particular, of Nicaragua.
We have nearly a full list of Walker's
men, which wc shall publish as soon as
we can perfect it. We take occasion to
say. however, that many of them, arc well
known in this city, and have before dis?
tinguished themselves under Walker's
banner inNicaragua. Among those par?
ticularly mentioned for their valuable ser
viccs at the present time is Gen. Rudler,
of Alabama, avIiosc friends in that State
will be glad to learn of his success. Major
Hoff, of Virginia, and Major Dolan, of
"New Orleans, are also particularly men?
At Truxillo.. Walker had the good for?
tune, also to come in to possession, with the
forts, of a large number of small arms,
and a considerable quantity of ammuni?
tion, provisions, and other stores. lie al?
so found therein, as before mentioned, a
number of pieces of cannon, which were?
being remounted, and everything put in
the best possible condition.
Provisionsand stores were being;brought
in from the neighboring country and
island, and there was no doubt of his be?
ing able to make good his possession of*
the town against^all odds. He has not
lost a man since the expedition started,
and when our informant left, all his men,
except the wounded, were in perfect
health.?New Orleans Picayune.
Insurrection Excitement in Missis
sirri.?The Mississippi Meridian learns
that in the counties of Chocia-w-, Clark.
Washington and Wayne] in that State, a
serious excitement exists among the plan?
ters similar to that in Texas. It appears
that discovery has lately been made that
in one neighborhood a combination of ab?
olitionists, who boldly defy public opinion,
has existed for some time. A party of
men appointed bya public meeting under?
took to give them a call, but they armed
themselves and ottered resistance.
It is said that an old man named Gilbert,
and a preacher, named McDonald, arc the
ringleader-;. They are charged with hav?
ing been in correspondence with old John
Brown, of Harper's Ferry fame, and it is
changed that a point near there and a man
living there were designated in old John's
It is expected that a; demonstration
sufficient to overpower them will be got
up against theso men in Mississippi soon,
and that they will be driven from the
State, if not executed. One of the char?
ges against these men in the habit of as?
sembling the slaves together :;.t night.and
preparing them for insurrection.
? Railroad Convention.?At a meeting j
of the stockholders of the Sparlanburg &
Union Railroad, held in lTnionville, last
week, Mr. J. R. Straughan was elected
President, and the following gentlemen
Directors for the ensniug year: S. Bobo,
S. X. Evi'ns, G'ovan Mills. J. vV. Miller,G.
W. II. Legg. T. X. Pawkius, W. J. Kec
nan, T. B. Jeter. E. Scaife, J. L. Young,
W. J. Alston, John Druinmo.iid.
Our readers will recollect that Mr.
Straughan was elected President and Su?
perintendent by the Directors several
months ago. He was prevented, howev?
er, by sickness in his family and other cir?
cumstances from coming on, from his
former home in Ohio, to take charge oi
the Road, until two or three weeks ago.
He then concluded it to be. best to await
the sanction of the Convention of Stock?
holders, before ho wcftld assume the au?
thority and position of President. The
Stockholders, -as we have stated above,
have endorsed the action of the Directors,
and Mr. Straughan has entered upon his
ofiicial duties.?Spartanburg Express.
TnE Henderson Fire.?The Shreve
port (La) Gazette learns that one white
man and six negroes have been arrested
for being concerned in the burning of the
town of Henderson, Texas, and it is be?
lieved that the proof is sufficient to con?
vict them. An abolition emissary, a book
peddler, was the instigator of the infa?
mous deed. Unfortunately the scoundre1
made his escape.
Dr. Ward, a minister, living in Harri?
son county, killed a man whom he observ?
ed talking to his negroes. It is not known
who he was or what business he was en?
gaged in. In his carpet bag were found
abolition documents, and he is. supposed
to be the book peddler who induced the
white man and negroes to burn Hender?
Bloody Tragedy.?The Corpus Christi
(Texas) Banchero states that on Satur?
day, the 11th instant, John Warren made
an attack on James R. Barnard with a
bowicknife, cutting him very dangerous?
ly, whereupon Mat. Nolan, the sheriff,
went with a posse to arrest Warren; tho
latter, however, having procured a six
shooter, refused to surrender, and shot
Thomas Xolan, the sheriffs brother, in
tho head, wounding him, it is feared, fa?
tally. The sheriff and several others
then fired at Warren, who fell dead, lite?
rally riddled with balls. The situation of
the Avounded man was considered very
The captain and mate of the alleged
slaver Acbron have been discharged from
custody, on the ground that the testimonj*
offered by the Government was insufficient
to establish the character of tho vessel as
Position" of Gen. Bonham.?The Lau
i rensville Herald contains an account of
serenade in that place. Several gentle
men were called out, among them Gen.
Bonham. The Herald says:
Our immediate Representative, Gen.
M L. Bonham, was then called out, and
responded in his usual out-spoken, happy
manner. He presented the lour candi?
dates for Presidency to view, with their
respective creeds and- chances of success.
The fight lay between Lincoln and Breck
inridge?the other two but floating straws
?and of these Lincoln, bethought, would
succeed. "When ho had, then tho policy
of tho South was a Southern Confederacy;
if that was impossible, a confederation of
the cotton States; and if that failed, and
the worst come to the worst, separate
State action. He said it was out of place
to discuss the latter until there was ne?
cessity for it; he did not think thero would
be, for he had much confidence in the uni?
ted action of the Southern States."
Murder in South GAROLiNA.-^-An in?
quest was held on Sunday night on the
body of Isaiah Golding, who was stabbed
by John Williams on the 19th inst., and
died on the 24th.
It appears that Williams had been kill?
ing cattle unlawfully on the plantation of
Hon. J. II. Hammond, when Golding's
son saw him and told on him. Where?
upon Williams beat him badly. Golding,
the father, remonstrated with Williams,
and struck him, when he went off a short
distance, and his son, J. Williams, jr.,
gave him Ins knife, when he turned upon
Groldingfand stabbed him in tho region of
the heart, inflicting a mortal wound.
Both the Williams' were arrested, and are
now in jail.
The verdict of the coroner's jury was
in accordance with the above facts.?Au?
Don't Wait.?John Foster, in his essay
on decision of character, says: ?:It is
wonderful how even the apparent casual?
ties of life seem to bow to a spirit that
will not bow to them j" words which we
wish all those 3'ottng men would ponder,
who. instead of throwing themselves into
the work of life and doing a manly part,
are forever waiting for something to turn
up. There seems to be altogether too
many of this class of persons at the pres?
ent day, and a sad sight they arc. Irres?
olute, indolent, doing nothing, waiting a
turn in the tide, and yet never throwing
themselves upon the tide and breasting
the waters like men in earnest. Their
province seems to be to wait in listlcss
ncss and sloth, while the diligent and per?
severing brush by them, hasten on, and
secure the prize.
Foarful thunder storms raged in the
vicinity of Toronto List week with hail.
A number of buildings were destroyed.
Mr. Armory, U. S. Vice Consul
cuttn, is d< ad.
E? n?M ?ND NEW STOCK!
riTIIE undersigned having purchased tho Stock of
I C?nfcctiouarics and Fancy Goods of J. M. Port
tow, would inform tho public that they have in
store and are constantly receiving a full supply of
articles in this line, such as
NUTS of ALL KINDS,
FRUITS. FRESH AND PRESERVED,
0YSTBR8. SARDINES; MACKEREL,
GINGER, SPICE, PEPPER,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
ALE, PORTER, LAGER BEER,
WINES OF ALL KINDS, SYRUPS, &c.
In tlie Fancy Goods Line
AVe have an extensive assortment, among which
will be found Violins, Banjos, Accordeons, Tambo
rincs: Hair Bru.-her, Nail nud Tooth Brushes.
Combs, Port Mouu.u'es; Writing Paper, Pens, Ink.
Envelopes; Percussion Caps, Buggy and Wngor.
Whips, nnd many other articles in this branch too
numerous to mention.
We iuvite the attention of the community gener?
ally to our Stock, comprised of an extensive varie?
ty and which will be sohl at the most reasonable
prices, for Cash only.
owen & langston.
Aug. 21, 1850 2 tf
Second Story of Masonic B?ildlng,
ANDERSON C. H., S. C.
r I HIE undersigned have received an elegant assor:
X mentof FURNITURE of all kinds, which will
be sold at the very lowest prices. We will keep
constantly on hand a variety of Furniture of cveiy
style and finish, nnd respectfully invite inspecticn
from the citizens of Anderson and surroundirg
country. Call and examine, and we will suit ycu
both in price nnd quality.
at ANDERSON c. E. AND PENDLETON.
Marble Slabs, Tombs, Monuments, Head Stones,
&c, put up in the best style of workmanship and
at reasonable prices. Letters cut at 3k cts. eaca;
raised letters, 21) cents each.
Mr. JOHN c. CHERRY is our authorized agent
leavell & white, Anderson c. h.
Aug. 21, 18G? 2 ly
SHAVING, II AIR-DRESSING, &c
Would take this method of informing the public
that his BARBER SHOP has been re-fitted t.nd
newly lurnished. He is prepared to accommodate
customers at all hours, Sundays excepted.
f&ZtT' Shop iu the Benson House.
Aug. 28, 18(10 3 ly
ATTENTION GAJ\rA.TJEtTiC Z
milE ANDERSON TROOP OF CAVALRY will
M parado at Huynic's on Thursday tho 13th of Sep?
tember, at 10 o'clock a. m., armed and equipped as
the law directs.
By order of
IT. B. ARNOLD, Captain.
N. A. McCcmey, 0. S.
Aug. 28, lb'iO 3 ,Jt
Application will be made to the next Legislature
for an act to incorporate Shiloh (Baptist! Chirch
with the usual powers and privileges.
Aug. 21, 1860 J tm
ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT,
CojTected weekly by England & Bewley.
bagging, 19 ? 20
bale kobe, 10 ? m
bagging twine, ? 25
adamantine candles, 25 ? 30
SPERM candles, 45 ? 50
RIO coffee, 18 ?20
maya coffee, 20
tea, GO ?1.00
rice, G* ? 7
n. 0. sugar. 11'a 1?
(c) coffee do. 11$ ? 12
(b) do. do. 12*
(a) do. do. 13*? 13*
crushed do. 14
loaf do. 14@15
n. 0. molasses, ? Go .
west india do. 40 ? 45
salt, *$! sack, $2 15 ? 2 25
cast steel. 22 ? 25
german steel, 14 ? 15
blister do. 10 ? 12*
swede iron, G? ? 7 "
english do. ? ? u
band do. g* ? 7"
sheet do. 9 ? 10
castings, 6* ? 10
nails, 5 @ G]
rifle powder, $7 00 ? 7 50
blasting do. $4 75 ? 5 00
lea D, 9 ?10
SHOr, bag, $2 25 @ 2 50
indigo, $1 50
blue stone, 16 ? 18
linseed oil, $1 00 ? 1 10
train do. 90 ? 1 00
white lead, 25 l"b kegs, $2 50 ? 2 75
french glass, 8 X 10, 3 00 ? 3
do. do.' 10 X 12, 3 50 ? 3 75
do. do. 12 X 14, 3 75 ? 4 00
mackerel, in kits, No. 3, $3 25
do. " " 2, 3 50
do. ? " 1, 3 75
tobacco, 25 ? 50
yarn, $1 10 ? 1 20
i shirting, 8* ? 9
os> aburgs, 11 ? 12j
cotton, g ? 10j
flour, bbl., $8 00
wheat, 1 25
co'in, 1 25
MEAL, 1 25
lard, 18 ?20
tallow, 10 to 12*
chickens, 121 to 15
bacon, bog round, 18 to 20
Splendid Wholesale Stock of
HAMILTON EASTER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
I-'OREIGN DRY GOODS,
ON THE UPPER FLOORS OF .
Nos. 199, 201 and 203, Baltimore Street,
Invite tbe attention of WHOLESALE buyers
11 their lare;c and splendid assortment of FOREIGN
Entirely of their own Importation,
Selected by one of the firm, in the
.yiaijtuiuetiii'iiijj Districts of*
And which, in VARIETY OF ASSORTMENT,
BOOB TASTE IN SELECTION and MODERATE
PRICKS cannot be excelled by any Houso in the
Aug. 11, 18(50 1 3m
"Will Cet Your Likeness at
not a "little bit of a thing,"
BUT A GOOD LIKENESS,
In a Good Case.
CHILDREN UNDER 6 YEARS OF AGE
Call Soon, as his stay is limited.
Aug. 14, 1800 1 tf
FIRST BRIG., FIRST DIV., S. C. M.
Greenville, S. C.
ORDER NO. ?
fXlHE RogimenJS comprising this Brigado are horc
JL by ordered to appear at the following times
and places, for Review and Drill:
The 3d Regiment at Toucy's Old Field on the
The 4th Regiment at Hnynie's on the 13th Sep?
The 42d Regiment at Craig's on the 15th Sep?
The 2d Regiment at. Hall's on the 18th Septem?
The 5th Regiment at Hunter's on the 20th Sep?
The 1st Regiment at Bruton's on the 22d Sep?
The commissioned and non-commissioned officers
will appear the day previous to the Reviews of
their respective Regiments, for Drill and Instruc?
Colonels of Regiments must make their Returns
at the Reviews.
The Brigade Staff will be required to attend every
Review in the Brigade.
Colonels of Regiments are charged with the ex?
tension of this Order. By order
W. k. EASLEY, Brig. Gen'l.
H. Lee TnunsxoN, Brig. Maj. i
Aug 14 1 td
PAY UP! PAY UP!!
HAVING disposed of my Confectionary, all por?
tions indebted on acet. will do well to settle with
me by the 15th of September next, as after that
time they will find their indebtedness in the hands
of an officer. There is no mistake about this, for
I mean every word that is said.
john m. PARTLOW.
Aug. 21, 18G0 2 4t
at ninety cents cash.
WARRANTED as good as any Thread made in
the United States.
W. S. SHARPE.
Aug. 14, 18G0 1 tf
Is hereby given that application will be made to
the next Legislature for an act incorporating tho
" Palmetto Riflemen," a voluuteor military compa?
ny to be formed at Anderson - 1
Aug. 28, 1860 8 Sm
Selling off at prime Cost!
DETEBIONED TO CLOSE BUSINESS,
I WILL OFFER
My Largo Stock of"
AT NEW Y0P.2 _-.JT.
CALL AT NO. 1 GRANITE ROW,
And Convince Yourcslf.
August 14, 18G0 1 tf
The C onservatist,
A WEEZIY JO?T.ZJAL,
DEVOTED to tho best interests of the Southern
Stated of the American Unioa, conservative in
Politics and Religion, a disseminator of General
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Every Tuesday Morning- in
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Constitution under which the Confederacy of the
American States was formed, has been repeatedly
and grossly violated, and that "the Plantation
States" have been the only sufferers?that the
Union of these States is no longer a policy founded
on the principles of right and justice, but that the
bond of Union is "the cohesive power of public
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Aug. 28, 18(10 3 tf
THE BLUE RIDGE HERALD,
a weekly newspaper,
published every thursday, at
Walhalla, So. Ca.,
MARSHALL & SMITH,
EDITORS & PROPRIETORS.
Terms?One Dollar and A Half, Strictly Ui
THE HERALD is devoted to Politics, Science
and General Intelligence. Without any party re?
straints, and free from individual control, it is to
be Independent in all things?noutrid in none,
aud with this motto, we.hope so to conduct our
columns as will best encourage and foster the good,
while we shall condemn and reprove the evil.
Nor shall wc neglect the family circle. It is our
purpose to make the HERALD a welcome visitor,
and full of wholesome reading for th" old and the
young, the lady and the gentleman. In these at?
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and we ask them now to give us a word, suited to
sex and circumstances.
As an advertising medium, we present the
HERALD to the public, as enjoying equal facilities
with our country cotemporaries.
WARREN R. MARSHALL,
Editors & Proprietors.
NEW LAW FIRM.
Attorneys at Law.
Hp HE undersigned having formed a copartnership
I under tho name and stylo of Keith and Wilkcs,
and will attend promptly to all business entrusted
to them for the Districts of Abbeville, Anderson,
Pickens, GreenviUc, Spartanburg and Laurens.
Mr. Keith wUl practice in the Equity Courts in
Their office is at No. 8, Brick Range, Anderson
C II s c
e. M. KEITH.WARREN D. WILKES.
Aug 14 -1 tf
ALL persons indebted to the undersigned on Con?
fectionary account, are hereby requested to
m.iko immediate payment. Those failing to do so by
tho 15th of September, will find my books in tho
hands of J. C. Whitfield, Esq., for prompt collection.
D. A. KEASLER.
Aug 14 1 3t
SAM'L. h. OWEN
CONTINUES to repair Clocks, Watches and Jowelry
at bis old stand. AR work warranted.
Aug. 21, 1S6? 2 tf
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? tho following British Periodicals, "vix:
1. 4' . : .
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2. ? ?: m
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8. .. ?
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