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Sunday Kerning, October 10, ljBjBgL
We suggested not long since, that the
looao political clements floating about
would, sooner qr labor, find lodgment in '
tile orbit either of Democracy cr radical
ism. We threw ont tho thought that,
after nil, effective opposition to radical?
ism would contre' in tho Dom ocra tic i
party. Wd ftfflrm that this is becoming <
more and "more apparent every, day. 1
Badi^l??m? proper, >M npi tolero to
"conservativo ^opublicanism." That
eleraerit i?usi, cher of o rt-, como to the 1
Democracy, Or return to tho source '
whence it proceeded. In this State, in
particular, we can m?lto an effective fight '
only under the D?mocratie banner. To
take a half-way ground is to givo up tho
contest. Let no mau-no Dc moen''.-no 1
auti-radicalist-delude himself with the '
idea that the colored Voters of the State 1
will be induced to vote with, "anti-radioal
ists" any sooner than with 1 'Dec.ocrats. " '
When we have shown tb the colored men
ot. tho State, that our Democracy is not '
hostile to their interests-proposing to
deprive them of no, vealed rights,; we ,
have done on ou gb. If they still insist ?
upon adhering -td tho fortunes of politt- ,
cal adventurers' and* native demagogues, ,
let thom- pursue their wpy, nnd let us ;
puxauo ours. lu this respect, the York
v^-^9tffr^-^ir^g?t^; ' I*eY tlt? colored ,
voter.?ndprsWd .tbat.wo are supremely i
independent; of his yoko. After all, it is
time and tho logic of events that will
nlone change his voto. For the present,
adherence, to radicalism J is a plausible
thing, which tho colored voters generally
will not abandon. What, then, is our
course? Te our mind, it is plain. It is
to unite the white vote upon a Democra?
tic programme, nnd to win over QB many
colored- voters as -a plain and honest
presentation of the case will effect. No
doubt, few for the present will be won
over, bot we reply that no more will bo
won over by any other course that may
From these remarks, it will be inferred
that we have no sympathy with the pro?
position of the Charleston News, which
seems 'tb sink Democracy into anti-radi?
calism, so far as this State is concerned.
South Carolina, so fur, at least, as ninety
nine hundredths of,.the whites are con?
cerned, is Democratic. Their sympa?
thies are with the national Democracy
their principles are akin to those of the
national Democracy-the national Demo?
cracy have stood, by them, and they will
stand by the' national Democraoy. We
regard it unwise to take any half way
ground. We are not chary of the name
Democrat. And at tho right time, we
believe that the Democracy of South
Carolina will again raise their banner,
end make a bold, vigorous and deter?
mined effort to redeem their State from
the present regime-a regime as indiffer?
ent to the white man's interests os it is
to his sensibilities; and a regime which,
professing to provide for the black man's
prosperity, is bat using him for party
purposes and individual aggrandizement.
Between such a regime and the intelli?
gence of the State there must be au
"irrepressible conflict," and it is as well
for the matter to be fully understood.
TUE CONFEDERATE WIDOWS' HOME.
The Charleston Courier contains an ap?
peal in behalf of this noble charity. We
hope it may be heeded and generously
responded to. The whole nnmbor of
persons occupying the home ia ninety
one. The appeal closes thus:
"And now another thing. Oitizeus of
Carolina, this institution belongs to you.
Your sympathy and . generosity bade it
rise, and have given it success. Your
hands must Continue to sustain it, or it
fails. Your sisters have relied upon your
ever fresh memory of the dead, and con?
sideration of the living, to undertake in?
creased burthens of care and cost in the
Widows' Home. We do not ask you to
give with increased liberality to enable
them to bear the burthens. We know
you will give. To urge would be an im?
pertinence. But we do ask you to give
in a different way. Let not these Indies
be burthened also with tbe care and labor
of a fair or bazaar. Lift this sheltering
institution ont of companionship even
with other commendable charities, as
much as it is above them in tho sacred?
ness of its memories, and the tenderness
of the heart-chords which it touches.
"Let there be no need of-public soli?
citation. Let groups bo formed, who
will agreo to make up among themselves
8100, or $500, or Si,000, each giving ac?
cording to his ability, lt can bo douo
without bnrtheniug any. Doing this
quietly, efficiently,, -delicately, you will
say to our sisters of tho 'Homo Associa?
tion,' 'the cause is ours, as well 1 Be it
yours to preside over, control and cheer
ibis household of our warde] - Be it ours
to relieve you of solicitude os to tbe
means by which it is to bo sustained.'
"This is the feeling of all. Why may
it not find immediate expression?"
An able-bodied negro mau named Jim
Quinn brutq[ljy;rayiahed nu elderly lady,
near Baltimore, a few days ago, and ran
off; but was arrested, and while on his
way to prison i yves Jy nob ed* i ..
Oar reAden will lews with regret of
the death of thia .minent gentleman.
He xri$ the noJBtnee df tfce ILWuAcr^io
?arUHn 1862,lld d?feafed Oen^Softt,
hrrwaattre ^fnrig omnd^atev'Htr Rd-j
ministration waa able and useful, and he
retired with honor from his high office
We are gratified to add, that the purity
of r bia private lifo accorded well with the
sxcellenoe of bia public conduct. Honor
to his memory.
' -I -: ;
Tho New York Sun remarks that the
elections in Pennsylvania and Ohio take
plaoe on Tuesday iiext, and says "doubt
bangs over the result-both States being
jon tested with a good deal of warmth."
"If," says the Sun, "Packerand Pendle?
ton ore elected, it will throw a dark cloud
over the futuro prospects of the Rep ubi i -
san cause. If, on the coutrary, both are
fief er. tod, it will show thnt tho Democrats
bave not tact enough to take advantage
of the .demoralization diffused through
the Republican ranks through the blun?
ders of Grim t'a administration."
MB. EDITOR: A short time since, every
ono in this broad laud was chocked, hor?
rified, at the terrible death of the Avon?
dale miners; but scarcely had tho bodies
of the poor unfortunates been exhumed
fr (nu their grave of suffocation, before
the whole country around teemed with
contributions for the poor lone widow
and tho helpless orphan, and to-day, if
the widow still mourns tho sad fate of
her poor husband, and the orphan misses
tho protection of its father, yet they do
not want. These lines aro penned and
these thoughts suggested after reading a
paragraph in tho PHONIX, of Friday,
Btating that a certain railroad, with its
accustomed liberality, had agreed to
carry articles for exhibition to tho Fair
at reduced rates. Liberal, wo grant, and
duly appreciated as a step in the right
direction; but we ask this company not
to forget, in their liberality, the widow
and orphan of poor, faithful Hargrovos,
who died with their harness on him, and
whose shriek in that dismal swamp will
never be forgotten by those present. We
attach no direct fault to tho company in
this matter, no neglect or carelessness,
and we (tho public) desire to attach no
heartlessness to them, and hope to see
them do a handsome part by his poor,
unfortunate widow and ohiU. We aro
waiting, and if tho company are not
going to do something now, while thc
misfortune is fresh iu our minds, let
them, at least, present to their shipping
friends a subscription list, handsomely
headed by the company; the stockhold?
ers will endorse such an actiou. S.
MR. EDITOR: I noticed in tho issuo of
tho Daily Republican, of tho 8th inst., a
stricture on the City Council of this city.
Truth is mighty and will prevail; and if
the correspondent XXX had kept that
trite maxim in view, he certainly would
not have been guilty of penning so many
falsehoods iu so small a space, to wit:
Lie the first, That tho city is borrowing
money at ono and a half per cent. Se?
cond, That the city is^'issuing illegal
scrip and bills of credit. Third, That
the City Council are burdening tho citi?
zens with taxation for purely political
purposes. Tho truth: A public meeting
of tax-pay ors, called without regard to
political opinion, authorized tho City
Council to erect suitable buildings for
tho purpose of holding a State Agricul?
tural and Mechanical Fair, the cost to be
left to tho discretion of tho City Coun?
cil. A loan was effected for one year, of
88,000, at one per cent., to carryout the
object of the tax-pa rere. The city has
issued paper currency by permission
granted by Act of tho Legislature. The j
City Council has made no issue, directly
or indirectly, regarding the political sta?
tus of any person or persons, in framing
a tax bill, or for any other purpose. Tho
City Council is about as responsible for
the Robinson letter, before the State
Agricultural Society, os X X X in for the
truth. ONE WHO KNOWS.
THE STORM.-Additional reports of the
severity of the storm continue to be re?
ceived from tho New England States,
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,
Delaware and Maryland. As far East as
Lewiston and Augusta, Mc, the ravages
of swollen rivers and streams havo been
experienced. At Broad Brook, Conn., a
young luan and woman and fivo children
were swept away with a house and
drowned. In Manchester, Conn., not a
bridge is left, and every water-wheel is
still, from tho destruction of the dams.
The great dam on tho Housatonic, at
Birmingham, is among those swept
away. A train on the Troy and Boston
Railroad ran into a washed-out culvert,
and three persons were killed. In Co?
lumbia County, New York, the damage
done was grout, and two persons were
drowned ut Columbiavillo in rescuing
property from the flood. In New Jer?
sey tho loss of property is heavy. A
lady and her niece were drownod at Coin?
ville, in crossing a stream iu. a wagon.
From Pennsylvania gratifying reports of
the subsiding flood are received. The
Southern limit of the storm seems to
have been tho District of Columbia, and
the Western boundary" the Lehigh Val?
ley, in Pennsylvania, and the Mohawk
Valley, in New York; whife its Eostw'?fd
and Northward course took In the South?
ern end of Lnkc?hampJain, a paitr.ofc
Vermont, New, Hampshire and Maine;
and the other. New England States.
Even an approximation1 of the loss ia at,
present imposable. " T r' 1
? ? . \ --'.i::'-: .nattai, '
turday morning, i
?tore of Ur. Ale:
ranging o very thing, '
mittod to resume 4
midst of tho bankers and 1
oity, as entitled to cr?ait or forbearance.
The "striking" longshoremen continue
their riotous proceedings in Charleston;
mofen Friday made ? deadly assault on
several men who had gone to work. The
police at a late hour made their appear?
ance and arrested two or tb ree rioters.
A charge of murder bas beon pre?
ferred against Captain Hall, the Arctic
explorer, for killing Patrick Coleman,
who, the Captain deolares, mutinied
during his recent expedition in search of
Sir John Franklin's party.
The work at Hell Gate is progressing
satisfactorily. The coffer dam at Hal?
ie lt's Point, built by the Government, is
nearly completed. Next week the water
will be pumped out of it, and work on
the shaft will commence.
Tbe author of a radical total absti?
nence novel wrote in his book, "Drunk?
enness is folly." Ho was much cha?
grined, when the work came home from
press, to find that the printers had made
it read, * 'Drunkenness ia jolly." '
Low-necked shirts are pronounced tbe
latest "styjle" for. nice young men. Just
imagino ii sweet youth with his, hair
parted in the middle, a brass-headed
cano-and a low-n?oked shirt.
A photographer attached to the war
office in England has succeeded in meu
suring distances and heights by means
of the camera, thereby making it a for?
midable agent in military operations.
Dobbs having been advised by his doc?
tor to sdd more vegetables to his diet,
now smokes nine cigars a day, because he
says they're made of the vegetables he
A dancer once said to Socrates, "You
cnn not stand on one leg so long as I can."
"True," replied the philosopher, "but a
go osa can."
It is the opinion of a Western editor
that wood goes further when left out of
doors than when well housed. He says
some of his went half a mile.
A gentlemau looking at his watch after
mid-night cried: "It's to-morrow morn?
ing. I must bid you good night."
Au Illinois agricultural fair offers a;
premium for the best made white shirt,'
thu handiwork of a girl in the Couuty.
Ou thc Otb of October, bv the Rev. J. A
Sligh, Mr. ARTHUR S. NUNN AM ?KER, of
Lexington, to Mies MARY C. HILLER, of
Newberry, S. C.
$&~ Newberry Herald please copy.
On the Gth inst., bj the Rev. P. J. Shaud,
JOHN R. NIURNSEE, Jr., or Baltimore, Md.,
and ANNIE P., eldest daughter of M. A. Chel?
ton, Esq., of this city.
0J~ Baltimore .Sim please copy.
Thc friouds and acquaintances of Mr. and
Mrs. James R. Heise, Mr. aud Mrs. John H.
Heise, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barry, and
families, aro invited to attend tho funeral ser?
vices of Mra. JAMES R. HEISE, at Trinity
Church, THIS AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock.
Scrip No. 6, Southern Mutual Insurance
Company, Athens, Georgia.
THE above mentioned SCRIP ie now redeem?
able in cash. Holders of tho Bamo will
pleaso call on H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
Oct 10 fi Anent?.
K/^V/^V BUSHELS North Carolina SEED
0\J\J OATS, for aale at
D. CBAVYFOBD A. SON'S,
Near Greenville and Charleston Depots.
Choice Mountain Apples.
BOXES j mt received, tho li nest which
*J have been in this market this season.
For salo low by I). C. PEIXOTTO A SON,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants.
Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.
THE undersigned baa purchased tho stock
of Tobacco, Cigars, etc., from Messrs.
Piepert <? McPherson, and will eontinne the
business at thoir former stand, next to M. H.
Berry'a furniture atoro, on Plain street. Ho
requesta a trial of hia articles.
Oct 10_P. H.MtlMBIfBSSE. _
ALL persons having demands against tho
estate of BO BE BT N. LEWIS, deceased,
will present them'properly attested, and-ali
persona indebted will make payment to
DANIEL B. LEWIS,
Oct 10 ml3_Magged Executor.
Valuable City Property for Sale.
THAT valuable LOT, bounded by Assembly,
Divino, Gatea and Blossom streets, con?
taining four acres, will be aold at auction, on
the FIRST DAY of November next, before tho
Court Houae, for cata, uniese sooner disposed
of at privato aale. On the proper iv stand three
cottages, of three rooms each, and two of four
rooms each, with excellent well of water and
all well enclosed and now under rent to good
tenants. Tho land baa yielded a balo of cotton
to the aero this year. Possession givon im?
mediately, with warranty titlo freo from ex?
penso for papera. YY. 8. MONTEITH,
Oct 10 mw6 Attornoy.
FROM a buggy, between the Market and
tho Penitentiary, on the evening of Sep?
tember 20 a BOOK, entitled "Tho Loudon
Labor and tho London Poor." Vol. 2. Any
Eorson returning tho same at Kenatler'a Bar?
er Shop will ho rewarded. Oct 0 3*
Broad River Bridge Company.
AMEETING of Stockholders in thia Com?
pany will bc held at tho Palmetto- Engine
House, at 10 o'clock a. m., on FRIDAY, tho
17th inst. All interested will please attend, as
business of vital importance will, be brought
By ordorjot tho President and Directore. !
Gl W. BEA BD EN,
Pot 9 amwtb Secretary and Tre?anr?rf.
Mules and Horses.
. .A'?O/T'of very Arte ,MTJLE8^
;anJ H.0IISE8 can he Bein at
-.Joiner's Hotel Stables.' ' U -,
Among therm are e?veraT good1 SaOAfo and'
Harness Horses.'- TwV?airM*tcf?*kbT?e?:
,PfoTtV^W ' ''"'M. *T1Si '
-.. - . i . :.
./cart containing a barrel of meal, ia
G., on Monday last, and the
rded Ifr th?
. camp muetirig ?? New Jersey
_jBanday night in a row, during
which one maa was killed aud several
On Tuesday night, in Erath County,
Texas, James McCarty, in a flt of insani?
ty, murdered his father, his young son
and~?"n?ighT>?r,~'Bevr Henry Hurley.
Patrick Carr waa beaten to death io
Charleston, last week, by a mau named
Jokn Klein. The matter is to undergo
A man who went from New.York to
Shanghai in 1861, consuming 240 days in
tho journey, has juBt returned in thirty
days and twelve hours running time.
A Chicago girl refuses to marry, on the
ground that she can't find anybody to
marry who hasn't been married to some?
Fifty-seven churches were destroyed
or injured by the late tornado in New
A colored would-bo rapist named Wis?
dom Scott, was lynched hythe citizens I
of Somerville, Tenn., a few days ago.
It ia estimated that fully 200,000 Con?
federate soldiers died from disease or
were killed during tho war.
A gymnast, named Gillian, whilo per?
forming in Freeport, 111., ou Saturday,
fell and killed himself.
lt ia said Tom King, tho ex-pugilist,
has become a clergyman.
Mrs. Gideon J.' Pillow, wife of the
General, died suddenly on the 4th.
Tuke it Coolie?-The Chinese question.
<). H. & M. L. KINARD'S.
WE HAVE RECEIVED, AND HAVE READY
for examination, tho largest and most attrac?
tive 8TOCK that it hau ever been our pica*
Huro to exhibit. It ia ao extendive and varied,
that it ia impossible to enumerate. We, there?
fore, invito our friends, and all in want of good
and cheap DryJGoods, to call and seo for them?
selves. We pledge onraelvc-H to give satiafac
tlou in regard to the style, quality and price
of our Goods. J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
Notice to Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
ASSISTANT ASSESSOB'S OFFICE, 1ST DIVISION,
SO DISTRICT,8. C., October l, 18G0.
THE Internal Revenue Laws requiro that
overy cask or package of spirituous
liquor of five gallons and upwards, filled for
shipment, sale or delivery on tho premises of
a wholesale liquor dealer, must be gauged
and inspected, and havo affixed thereto thc
wholesale liquor dealer's stamp.
J. F. ENSOR, U. S. Ganger,
Oct 2 Office at Leaphart ic Sloan's.
English Dairy Cheese.
i)pr R?XES E. D. CHEESE,
?L*J 50 boxes Cutting Cheese.
For ?ale low by_E. ft G. D. HOPE.
1PIPE PURE SCHIEDAM OIN, direct irom
tho Custom Hon BB. JOHN C. SF.EOERS.
UOXES choico cutting CHEESE just
OU received, and for sale low, bv
Oct 8 . : : ;. ' . J. A T. R. AGNEW. _
IAfVA LBS. RLUE STONE on hand, and
,UUU for sale low, bv
Oct 8 _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Bacon and Flour.
2f\f\r\ POUNDS BACON.
,UUU BBL8. FLOUR, and other goods
?a LOW as thev CAN BE BOUGHT, bv
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHBE.
MRS. ZIMMERMAN'S Female Institution
will recommence on October 4, next, for
tho reception of Pupils and Boarders, as here?
tofore. Tho course of studies will embrace all
constituting a porfect English education; also,
Mu.1 ic. Drawing, Painting, Latin and French.
Sopt 10_M ruo
Lager, Ale and Porter.
BREMER LAGER, McEwan'a ALE and
G mullins' PORTEE can bo obtained at
tho _ POLLOCK HOUSE.
AFULLassortment on hand. MILLSTONES
and IRONS, purchased at low rates, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER
pr rv BBL8. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, at
rJ\J $10-best in market.
50 bbls. Extra Family* Flour, at 19-equal to
50 bbla. Super Flour, at $8-now and sweet.
Our Choico Family Flour is tho "cream of
the city and superior to any in this market."
Terms cash._J. &. T. R. AO NEW.
JUST received a few choico FRENCH CAS
SIMF.RE3 for pantaloons and suits,
which will be cnt to ordor, and made iu thc
boat manner. R. & W. C. SWAFITELD.
Sopt 26 _
Fine Tea?, Liquors, &c.
HY80N, Black and Japan TEAS, selected
by au export.
Mocha, Java, Laguayra and Rio COFFEES.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CORDIALS.-These
are guaranteed in strongth. quality and puri?
ty; in variety equal to any liouso outside tho
groat commercial centres, as to prices as well
aa quality._GEO. SYMMERS^
BORNEO, GUNNY, DUNDEE and DOUBLE
10,000 yards of the above for sale at lowest
market ratea._E. A_G. D. HOPE.
I f\f\ PACKAGES NEW MACKEREL,
l\J\J consisting of whole, half WTO quarter
barre's and kita.
100 Boxes SMOKED HERniNQ.
Just received and -for sale low by
Aug 28 , , J. A y. R. AGNEW.,
Notice to Cotton Growers. T ? , '
THE Subscriber intend? to run a Portable
Cotton Oin from Columbia to Kingsville
'and the.aurrounding country. Planters Wish?
ing mv service? dan anply to me, at Colorahia.
Au*5- tr. T "BIOHARD TOZER.
CRUMBS.-Au interesting religions ro
viTaJrli?been goifg oM duitog tte fp?ft
fouJwefcs ia tbeM?rttn S?e?t9M(t?
1 du| C?roh. The *ft tor, fii?k W. J?.
"rolly. ' TPITUB far thero'rranrcr'Deeti nestry
forty conversions; over twenty bare con?
nected themselves with the church.
F. P. Beard has been appointed to the
University from Richland.
Toby Lybrand, colored, convioted at
tho Inst term of the Court of General
Sessions for Lexington County, waa exe?
cuted on Friday last. We learn that he
made no confession.
Alfred Chapmnu has been appointed
by Gov. Scott Magistrate at Abbeville,
in place of John A. Talmndge, removed.
Charles Lining and Wm. B. Stcedman,
Notaries Public for Charleston. A. King
man, Magistrate for Colletou County,
has been removed by Gov. Scott.
We understand that Col. Wm. S. Has?
tio, of Charleston, has been appointed
by Gov. Scott a delegate from this State
to the Southern Commercial Convention,
to bc held at Louisville, on the 14th
The attention of purchasers is called
to tho terms of tho sale advertised to
take place on tho first Monday iu No?
vember, of the property belonging to
the estate of tho late Henry ;Davis, de?
The trestle work over Cedar Creek, on
the Greenville and Columbia Railroad
about twonty yards in length-.was de?
stroyed by fire yesterday, and the down
trains were delayed severul uOurs in con?
sequence. The passenger train arrived
about half-past 7 o'clock.
Thos. F. Grenneker, Esq., of the New?
berry Herald, is at the Columbia Hotel.
THE PTJRPOSE AT.LAST AVOWED.-The
Republican says of the South Carolina
"Yet the University will not go down.
In time? of blessed memory, when the
Jews refused the Gospel, the Gentiles
accepted it. So now the advantages one
class contemptuously reject, another will
gratefully accept and profit by.C
LITEHARY AND MUSICAL.-The publish?
ers of Hearth and Haine-Messrs. Petteu
gill, Bates Sc Co., 37 Park Row, New
York-make the following liberal propo?
sition to those who wish to subscribe to
tbeir truly valuable illustrated family
"To all who subscribe before next
January, for one year, at the reduced
rates printed below, Hearth and Hume will
be sent from the date of their subscrip?
tion to the end of this year free, so that
all Buch yearly subscriptions will end
January 1, 1871. Our only terms here?
after are the below reduced rates for
1870, invariably in advance: Single
copies, $4; three copies all at ono time,
$9; five copies all at one time, $12-all
over five copios at samo rate. Making
Hearth and Home, to a club of five sub?
scribers, at $2.40 each, the cheapest, as
it is the must complete, family weekly
newspaper iu the world."
Peters' Musical Review, for October, is
at baud. It is a delightful publication,
containing, besides musical matters, mu?
sic, etc., several pages of interesting
miscellaneous reading. Tbe subscrip?
tion price is $1.50 for six months. J. L.
i Peters, publisher, 193 Broadway, New
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS AND GENERAL
SESSIONS, October 9.-The Court met at
4 o'clock p. m. The jury returned a ver?
dict of not guilty, in the case of Robert
W. Proctor, charged with burglary and
larceny-which had ooenpied the court
until a late honr tbe night before. S. W.
Melton, Esq., defended the prisoner. Tbe
Grand Jury niado the following present?
ment, through their Foreman, Samuel
The County Jail was found in good
order and condition ; and prisoners well
cared for. The Court House and Connty
offices aro in good condition. It is re?
commended that the County Commis?
sioners, if in funds, provide the Sheriff
and Probate Judge each with a safe, and
also a private desk for the Sheriff's office.
There are forty inmates in the Poor
House, nearly all of whom are helpless;
they ore properly provided for; those in
health are industriously employed; if the
number of paupers is increased, addi?
tional houses will bo required. The vice
of gaming is curried on in this city to an
extent and in a manner imperatively to
demand the interposition of this body
From information prosented to thom,
they recommend that proceedings be in?
stituted against James Crawford, Peter
Crete and John Kendrick for gaming, or
keeping and using a faro bank; and that
W. C. Falkner, J. L. Lumsden, Goorgo
Dart and John Simpson be bound over
as witnesses to prove the same.
BUSINESS CARDS AND CIRCULARS.-As
the season is approaching for thc annual
travel and distribution of business curds
and circulars, our merchants and others
will please give attention to tho fact that
our job office is supplied with the best of
boards, of all colors, fine commercial
noto and other paper, and the very new?
est and most fashionable styles of type,
\ tliua enabling us to supply all of au
Coori tfetiat If ?)^/ ' fresont-^bief
Jastice Host? and Associate Justice Wil?
lard. Opinions vero-, delivered.ia tba
following cases: I : f I ' - f)
Eliza F. O'Neill, ndm'x, vs. Maria J.
McKeWQ, nd tn'x. Willard, A. J. Motion
John E. Phillips and John S. Biggs,
ads. W. H. Ginirahd, sf o?. Mose?f, C. J.
Jumes F. Campbell vs. Home Insur?
ance Company. Willard, A. J. Motion
granted. !, ;
J. Porteus Deveaux. ads. Bowen?
Clarke, et al. Moses, C. J. Motion dis?
M. C. Hall vs. Joiner & McAllister, el
al. Willard, A. J. Decree affirmed.
John Moors, et al., ads. J. L. Ki 1 gore,
et al. Moses, C. J. Motton dismissed.
Joseph Caldwell and W. W. M?Mor
ri8, ex'rs., et al., ads,' W. H. Gill?Hod, et
al. Moses, C. J. Motioo dismissed.
Martin T. Leapheart, adm'r., et al.,
mfe. Mary Leapheart and Polly Leap
heart. Moses, C. J. Motion dismissed.
Laura A. Nance TS. J. B. G. Nance
and Drayton Nance and Mary W. Nance,
by her next friend, rs. the same. Wil?
lard, A. J. Motion dismissed.
Ex parle Mary S. Monteith. Moses,
C. J. Motion dismissed.
Sarah Cureton vs. George Brown, es'r.,
nnd George Brown, ex'r., ifs. Sarah
Cureton, ei al. Willard, A. J. Decree
The following cases w?re ordered to'be
re-argued: v ' .
B ichel M. Mayer rs. Benjamin Mor?
decai, trustee, et at.
J. McReegnn vs. D. McSwiney, and
ex parte J. McBeegan* in the cause of
E. F. O'Neill, adm'x., vs. Mario Fi Mc
Kewn, et al.
J. M. Womnok rs.-Robert .'Austin,
ex'r., et al. ? ni.. ..
Henry Treacoti, Register Mcsno Gon
voyanceijns. the Slate* ex reh, Attemxey
WiHinm (innter, by his next friend,
vs. Ellen Ganter and J. H. Saber, adm'r.
M. Mi Calhoun, et al., ads.) Floride
i Calhoun? et al., (involving the validity of
j bonds for the purchase pf slaves;)
The Court adjourned to meet nt thc
next regular term, November 23, 1869.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAT.-Tri?
nity Church-Rev. P. J. Shand, Rector,
10 % A. M. and 5)4 P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J. O'Con?
nell, Pastor, 10 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. Wm.
Martin. 10!? A. M.; Rev. E. G. Gage,
3.',; P. M.
Marion Street Church-Rev. E. G.
Gage, 10?.,' A. M.; Bev. Wm. Martin,
7?^ P. M. "
Baptist Church-Bev. J. L. Reynolds,
10}? A. M.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A. R.
Rude 10}X A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E.
Boggs. 10}.i A. M. and 8 P. M.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October 9.-Colum
bia Hotel.-E. H. Barnwell, W. H. Evans,
T. H. Symmes, W. A. Bradly, Charles?
ton; T. G. Stearnes, A. H. Storey, New
York; Griffith King, Patterson, New Jer
sev; C. A. C. Waller, Greenwood; L. W.
White, Abbeville; H. N. Heriot, R. O.
Bosh, Georgetown; John Hawkins, S.
H. Moore, Mrs. Patton, Miss Moore,
Alabama; James Hoey, Philadelphia; W.
E. Walker, Chester; T. B. Fielding, J.
Hirris, city; N. Nederlin, Louis Kroe
ber. James Horner, Richmond.
dickerson House.-W. H. Batersbev,
C. L. Bartlett, Charleston; J. S. J. Har?
ris, city; Thomas Smith, Henry Com?
stock, Now York; C. H. Taylor, Phila?
delphia; Wm. T. Smith, .C. L. Smith,
Laurens; Thomas Mahon, Cokesbury; J.
J. -Pringle, B. H. Wilson, Benjamin
Alston, Georgetown; J. A. Sadler, J. L.
Deaton, Charlotte; Mrs. H. Beattie,
Mrs. E. E. Beattie, Greenville; J. M.
Seigler, Newberry; Frank J. Stevenson,
Orange Grove, Fla.
National Hotel.-Thomas Lester, P. H.
Flannagan, J. K. Babb, Fairfield; R. H.
Mounce, Greenwood; Miss 'Tudor,
Charleston; R. T. Yarborough, Monti?
cello; B. C. Dupre, Abbeville; 8. M.
Speers, Winnsboro; J. W. Barter, J. H.
Crawford, Union; W. W. Jones, city; W.
Shiver, Ringville; W. M. Murrey, Mis?
sissippi; T. H. Clark, S. H. Bloget, Cam
! den; J. Trumble^S. C. B. R. ; H. Tomp?
kins, Walhalla; W. H. Roane, N. C.; M.
L. West, J. G. Green, Greenville; James
Downy, H. Leaman, Laurens; J. A. Car?
lisle, J. C. Smith, Union; Mrs. C. Poole
and two children, Newberry; A. M. Dod?
son and lady, Donelsville.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.- The Northern
and Western mails are. open for delivery
at 1 p. m. ; closed at 11.30 a. m. Charles?
ton (doy) and Greenville open at 5.30 p.
m.; closed at 8.30 p. m. Charleston
night mail open at 8.30 ?. m.; closed at
4.15 p. m. Ou Sunday, the post office is
open from 1 to 2 p. m.
WEDDING CARDS AND ENVELOPES.-A
lot of wedding cards and envelopes, of
latest styles, has just been received;
which will be printed in imitation of en?
graving, and at less than one-tenth the
cost. Call and seo specimens at PHCENIX
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention i
called to tho following advertisements
t >ulilifib ed the first time this morning:
ti P. F. Frnzee-8hcrifr3 Sales.
D. C. Peixotto A- Son- Apples.
D. Crawford & Son-Seed Oaf?.
J. H. & M. L. Kinard-Fall Opening
Daniel E. Lewis-Executor's Notice.
W. S. Monteith-Sale of Valnable, otc
H. E. Nichols & Co.-^Scrip No. 6, etc
S. B. Clowney-Eqolry Sale.
P. H. Meimbressen-Tobacco, etc.