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THK ~1NDEI'EXMKT PRESS
JLbbeviLle, s. c.
. W. A. LEE, EDITORFriday
Morning, November 2, I860.
?mmmmam?a????w??? I
Bee tho advertisements of Cokeebury Minute
Men; J. 8. Chjply; William#; J. H.
Wilson, Sec'y; J?s. II. Riley, Greenwood;
Notice of Fine Horse for Sale by Dr. J. J. j
"Wardlaw ; Commissioner'* Sales; ,W. D. Mnrs, |
Assignee; Willis G. Harris and Geo. A. Addi-!
son, Ex'rs of the Estate of Mrs. Elizabeth j
minis. aecu; j. j. waraiaw una jl. i aruorotigli,
Eac'rs of the Estate of Mrs. F. E. IT. WithenspooD,
dec'd ; Messrs. Moore &, McDowall.
RELIGIOUS NOTICE.
We are requested to elate (hut there will be
no service in tho Methodist Church, at thin
place, on next Snbbnth moriiin<j.;. Service will
be held as usual at niiiiil.
A CORRECTION.
In the Depurtment of Field Crops for the
Lest botliol of Turnips, the Premium was
awarded to Mr*. W. 13. filKnniwKTiien, entered
bv Mni. R. A. Gr.iFFiN. iiibtcad of Jar. a
Bailev.
DEATH OF DE. 8PIRE8.
WVrcgrct to learn of liti death of Dr. George
Sfirks, \\ liich occurred at Qrconwood on Tuesday
morning last, lie died when titling in hi*
chair, an it is etipposed from a disease of the
hoarU
"WILLIAMSTON HOTEL.
q Wo dircet attention to tlie suit of
\ ble properly, ou Wednesday the 7th 'i4?q
Ni "With the Hotel will bo sold the vatunlrie
J Household and Kitchen furniture, GroeVru^
/ <tc., and all persons desirous of supplying
/ themselves, would do well to call.
\ ITTWTTTT7 Xft?HT n"nTrvttrAAT%
\AUX*> vr Hi. UIV?i?.ll WUUIf.
This Company organized lim SiUunloy-with
t'ae following oflicers: Gen. W. W. Pkhrymas
as Cnptain, Col. D. W. Aikkn ns 1st Lieutenant,
J. T. Parks, i!nd Lieutenant, W. L. AppXjEton,
3rd Lieutenant. Greenwood b bouud
to-have a "place in the picture" when the'liour
of danger conies.
WILL OF W. W* BELCHES.
"We learn tlmt a Will lins been found, which
if-cstublislied will make an entire change in l.he |
disposilioi^of this valuable estate. Tlie properly
amount* lo ovir $100,000, and has been
Bold by lite administrators.
E0TICE 10 B0X-H0LDEB8.
We are requested to notify all persons having
cither Key or Glass 13oxcs, to call and pay
tip. The rent lor same having been due siuce
IsL October, 18(i0. No Boxes in future will be
kont ntppnl ?1IAOA ?fl>? 4 ? '
J .uugv mill JlllJ UUU W1SU |
iug to discontinue their Boxes, will please give |
notice to the Tost Muster.
REWIND MACHINE.
All who arc in want of a good Sewing Machine
would do well to call nt onr office. We
are prepared to (\irnish Grover <t Hulcet's
I. M. Singer dfc Co.'*, or Smith ?fc English's Machines
at less than New York Onsli Prices.?
j no oewmg iUHcmne is one of the uecespilirs
of the nge, and no fumilj' should be without
one.^ ' [Oct. 26. 18C0, 20, if
HEW EPISCOPAL CROBCH.
This building will be consecrated on Sunday,
Nov. 4th, by Rt, Rev. Ritdiup Davie. Tlie
Sermon by Rev. l'ruf. Barnwell, Chaplain of
S. C. College. Services at 10 n. m. : 4 p. m.
and 7 p. til. The Church will also be opened
for eerviccfc on this day (Friday) Nov. 2d, nt
1-1 n. m., and 7 p. m. Also to-njorrow (Sat
itrdny) at same hours.
Beatt free. Chiistinus of all denomination!!,
?nd tbc public generally arc invited to attend.
THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.
It i< generally conceded that unless the vote
of New York can be turned against Lincoln
his election it inevitable ; and the recent election*
in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana,
leave small grounds of enconrncramonf
the Presidentin I election of 1856 in Pennsyl
vnnia, the anti-Republican ninjorily was |
165,000 votes, whilst in the recent election it
barely readies tlie Democratic vote for Mr.
Buchanan in 1850, and is exceeded by the Republican
vote for Ctirlin by 32,000. irere is
a Republican gain of near 200,000 votes,
which have been lo*t to the cause of. Conservatism,
by the defection of the Douglas men
in Pennsylvania. Sober and reflecting men aro
anticipating similar results in Ke? York. I
Tlio only basis of hope seems to be tliol
Lincoln in attempting to conciliate the Sonth,
may lose the abolition vote of New York. The
New York Herald is now ringing the changes
on this idea, hut we have no confidenco that
ik win iui-u me nae 01 uepublicati victor}*.
EEBXINE COLLEGE.
We arc gratified to learu from the Tclcvcpe
that the present Session of this Institution lias
opened villi very fluttering prospects, and
^ith a larger number of studenU than dte any
foimer period.
At the rccent meeting of the Sj-noJ tho following
changes have been ranJc in the Faculty:
The Rev. James P. Pressly, tho Greek Pro
ccwr, hub neen ironPierred to the Theological
Seminary,and the vacancy in the Greek Profeaeorsliip,
lhns cmised, has been filled by the
election of President R LwPatton, the present
Latin Professor.
The vacancy in the Latin Professorship ha*
befell fillefl by the election of Mr. John P.
Kennedy, of our District. Mr. Kennedy is a
graduate of the College, and with the highe*t
honors of his class. He is an excellent scholar,
and will no doubt fill the posiiioo with credit
to mmseii.
Dr.- Orier remains at the head of the Theological
Seminary. He liaa recently been elected
the Pastor of the Due Weal Church, and it to
b? initalled shortly.
+ .
COL. LOXAX OF ALA.
Th$ following conpHmentary notice of this
gentlemen, -will be gratifying te bis uyaerous
friends in ogr District. > il
The high position of Uiis distinguished gentlemen,
sajs the Savanah Neic*, in the Demo
era tie party' of Alabama and Gcqrgia, will
draw a audience to hear him oft 8* turd ay
nisht. r'
Ho?, PjmS. Bartow of Bavanonh, baa bee* in itedand
tuay be present '
f>om the Montgomery Advertftdr we take
the fallowing m relation t* the recent Dtm*?
fit
the meeting, is admitted on alt bands to have
delivered ofle of ablest and most eloquent
apeteharJor our,cause and ?aijdldat?aw^icii
ha* b?Mn b???d i?v campaign. . Ba w?i
*tf0*nT*1fr0io^>oittcen? M'?
4? thft Mrricsn W?r, ^ridMfoffierJyihe ?c
?k*Ub hu rcmarkf. We ?in?w^ bope**
; Ik* IHTtt'a
COMMENCEMENT OF THE MASONIC EEMALE
COLLEGE, COKEBBUBY.
We had the pleasure on Tuursdny of the last
vvcok of attending the closing exercises of the
Annual Examination and Exhibition of the
Masonic Female College at C?kci>hury. The
Institution, tinder the able and efficient, management
of the President. th? r B. Johnson,
Prof. C. Williams, and oth?*. accomplished
Instructors, hus attained a wide reputatiou,
and the exei eises of the recent Commencement
well sustained its high character. The Examination
occupied several days, and exhibited
fully the proficiency of the pupils in the various
brandies taught, and the skill and assiduity
of the Instructors. The Institution merits
the most liberal i>atronacre. and this we nn
pleased to see ili?t is receiving.
Ou Wednesday night, there was an Exhibition
ot the Junior Class, and a very exeellfiit
Concert, which we regrei tliut we were tumble
to attend. There was a large audience, nnd
the performance* are *aid to have been very
interesting. Prof. Aichel, the accomplished
Pianist presided over the Musical Department,
assisted by Messrs. Rothschild and Jones. The
following was the programme of Exercises :
1. Overture to tlifc Opera, Muette de Pnrtici.
?'? Tianofi, 8 hands?hy Misses McCall, Wilson
and Jennings, and Prof. Aichel.
Composition: "Twilight."?Miss Jane Wilson.
2. Sones: "The Herdsman's Mountain llome,
by Miss V. Inginm.
Composition: 'Out of the Frying l'an into
the Fire," by Miss Mnry White.
3. Duett: ' Medley from the Opern, I.a rille
du Regiment, by M ipse* Ingram and Cnntey.
Composition : Glimpses."? Miss lleunie
Moorcr.
Song, Solo and Qunrtctt: "Proud World
Good bye," by Miss Itound.
Composition: "Musio."?Miss Suilivnn.
5. Dance of the Fairies?2 Pianos; 8 Han'!*,
?by Missfe* II. uad Moufer, and 1. and M. Caiitey.
, Composition: "Drenma "?Miss Caldwell.
C. Violin and Piano: "Willie, we have ini?s*e'd
^yop," with variations?Profs. Kolhschild
and. Aieliel.
Composition in French : '-Napoleon and
Washington Jompared."?Mi.-s Frances Sellers.
1. Invitation to Dan^e ?2 Piano- 4 Hands?
by Mies MeCull and Prof. Aie! .
Composition: "Great Talkers, Little Doers."
?Vim Anna Jones,
8. La Marseillaise, l>y Mr. Rernello.
Composition : "Fireside Anguls."?MissIIennie
Bowen.
0. Octet!: Grand March from Donizetti?f
Piaron, 10 Hands?liy Mi?-ee Caldwell, Snllivan,
llomni, Klntjli, Uiggins, Ingram, Williauis
and White.
Cnrcpohit ion : "Early Impressions."? Misa
MiiPr Ait.fiii.ln I i.r.m
10. Quartets, "Tliou ur( gone fmm my Gazo.
Corrip'>?itiori: ''This too sliall pass away."?
MNfc Nannie Sima.
11. Piano Soio : "Musical Ilasli."?By Prof.
Aiehfcl.
Composition ; "A I.ovc fcchg nt Lovort't Retreat."?'Mies
Virginia Ingrain.
12-Y>uctl: ''Gently hvIi* tlio Breeze."?By
Misae* Townsrn J itiiil M'>flg?-s.
WeJn?6flav was Commencement Pay. ntul
a bright array ?>f youili and licuuty assembled
at. an early liour in tlie C'olleiro Hall, to hour
tlio Compositions of iho Graduating C)n>*s?
These were read Professors Johnson nnd Williams,
no.I exhibited more llinn ordinary ubil
ily, cultivation nin.l tnclo, Tlicy were listened
to very attentively and wore frequently applauded
by the audience. Wo shall not nt einptio
discriminate hut ween them, or particnlnrize
tilt! various exe^H^-neip* of Tl.n
following wbr the programme of Kxercipca:
Int. Salutatory, by Mi#s Tlieodnsift Abbott,
witli Composition; lluppincss Consists in the
Constitution of the lltihiis."
2d. "What's iu a name?'?iiiis Louisa J.
Round.
Music??Duett from Opera of Mor.tecclii and
Capulelti, J>y Miss Wilson ami I'rof. Aiclicl.
?.<}. Labor is nut Pleasure,?liisa Jlebecca
KIiil'Ii
4ill. Fashionable Fol'.iee, ? Miss Imogene
Ciihtcy.
Millie?Song: "O, where are my Schoolmntes
gonttf?Miss Townpeml.
f?tli. "Fcuna ineutis Etcrna,"?MissMargarel
McGrew.
fitli. Theory of Volcanoes,?Mis* Mattie
Roberts.
Music?Duett frnmOpera 11' Pnrittni,?Misses
Tt>wnseud ami llo'lges.
7th. Silent Influence.?.Miss M.iry Peterkin.
ctl. a _ i.?.r .. i n
otu. niiiuiiiuii,?.ni.ss imiueiia :>i<-urew.
Muaic?I>uctt Emillo and Beatrice,?Misa
McCull and Prof. Aiehel.
fltli. Superstition",?Mint Elizabeth Lnmkin.
lOlli. "The I'roper Study of Munkiud is Man
?Hjf*Eugenia Connor.
fWiisio,?Song (Solo and Quartett.). "All together
once more npain."?Mi?s Townaenfl.
11 th. Home, MoLhcr, Heaven.?Misd Mary
Major.
Valedictory to Class,?Miss Major.
Valedictory to Faculty and Trustees?MissRound.
^
Conferring of Diplomas b n& President,
Rov. B. Johnson.
The Bacoalnureal c Address of the President,
the Rav. B. Johnson, was a very able nnd sug
gestive discourse upon "Etiquette"?original
in conception, nnd polished in style, nnd teaming
with numberless beauties of thought and'
imagery. It should be published.
PREMIUM LI3T?CONCLUDED.
TROTTING AKD PACING.
Fastest Trotter, Slnj. J. L. Nicholson.Time
2 m., 40 r. Marshall Cup, $15.00
2d do A. It. Houston, Time 3m. 10b.
Fat-tent I'acor, Philip S. Ruiledge, Time
2m. 35 p. Marshall Cup, f 15.00
2d do J. K. Vance, Timfr, 2 m 48 s.
3d do Jesse Ellis, Time, 3 in. 6 8.
" CARRIAGES, BUGGIES. WAGGONS,
CARTS, AC.
'Die Committee appointed to examine the
Carriages, Buggies. Wagons, Carts. <fce., on exhibition
beg leave to submit the following report
: ' *' *
Best 4horo Wagon, CTinrles Co^T Cup. filO.uO
2d do do James Devlin.
<lo 2 liorse do l.'zekiel WLile, % 6 00
2d do do W. II. Brt^okg, .
do Top Bnjrpy, Charlc* Cox, 6st0
do Open Buggy, K. J. Taylor,* C.Op
2d do do J. P. Bond,
Respectfully sulmiiitfld, R. C. 811A RP, Ch'n.
MANUFACTURES IN LEATUKR.
Best 3 sides sole Leniltcr, Rev. J. N.\'oung f3.00
do Upper do dfc ^ 3.00
do Harness do 3 00
do GoaUliios, Col. D. O. Ilatflborn, 2.00
do Sheepskin*. do do 2.00
do Calfskins, Rev. J. N. Young, 2.00
do Sat Carriage Harness, Edw. Westfield, 8.00
do do B\i?gv do do do 5.00
do Riding Bridle, E. J. Taylor, 3.00
'rflp \ doz. Bljndbridlee,Col. D. 0.11nwthorn,2.00
Oo } dcz. p'r Brogaus, Rev. J. N. Young, B OO
Tour committee cannot close this Report
without making honorary notice of a Patent
Buggy IJarneM. by J. P. Bond, for its ingenuity,
simplicity and cheapness. A too, a Patent
Bridle Bit by S. E. Norrel which your committee
think is well adapted to the management
I of nnrnly horses Also they award no bono
rary premium to R. M. McCxelan for a Riding
J Bridle. Respectful!? submitted
It H. wardlaw, Cb'n.
\>omestic manufactures.
The Committee on TJdmMtW Manufacture
Report, that the exhibition&ia this department
were large. and of a atiperior quality^ Thej
recommend the following premium*:
Best 10 yda negro Cloth, Mrs. P. D. K1ngh,|3.(K
2d do do do Mr*. 8am'I Gilmer,
do 6 yde Woolen Jeans.Mra. Rebecca Ri|ey48.0<
2d <fo do d<> Mrr Albert Johfoeon.
do 8 <io Vesting, Mrs. RebheccatitleJ,' ?.0<
Si do ; do dp Mie? Martha Rjkard.
t p'r Woolen BlaokeU, Mrs. Ja?.Cre?wal1,8.<X
<2A do -do W. H.Tagaru
ireSSBSWHivast. do
0ribf)1*nk?t, Jlrs. Jnnt<?o Cm well. ' . 20
* 0ft#'ffe*Wfol?p Boekfi, Mra. KlinUetb Cobb, 2.0|
2d do 6 do dp %!. SftUio E. Klnsh.
do PVSOfcSo^ Andfrson,2.(V
i do ? Cotton do tfrtrWmr Smith, 2.ft
r3i?HPBfifi$
i 2d do do do Mr?. W; M/Sriffin
do * * & C*p* M;* W*. SAfrfat i\$
do 3 Vila Satinet!*, Mr*, W. H. Cohb, 2 00
do ^ do?. Domestic Towcls,MrB.P.D-Klugh, 2.00
2<1 Ho do do Mls, J. H. Buskin,
do Domestic Shawl, Mrs. J. H. Buskin. 2 00
do Fau of Feathers, Mrs. ffm. M. OriffiD, 1.00
do piece of Fringe, Miss S. Watson, 2.00
2<1 ao do do Airs. \N?m. Smith,
do Made Coat, Mrs. K. 8. Cobb, 8.00
do Fair Pants, do do do 2.00
do Vest, do do do 1.00
do 6 Shuck Collars mado by slave of Cnpt.
J. C. Cnlhnttn, 2 00
Your committor cannot close this report
Willi* ut specially noticing tho Plains, ,leaos,
and 0ninbergs on exhibition by J. G. Oibhes
?fc Co., of Columbia. Your committee recoin
iucmu! these rubrics to the Mouth instead of purchasing
the flimsey stuff that wo get from tlio
North.
Your Committee notice with pleasure the
Extension Tsble and Side Hoard on exhibition
by Mr. W. H. Huehanan, and also, the splendid
Bnreau by Mr. Bushurt. Your committee is
glad to see tlint this branch of Trade is extending
in this State, mitt recommend these yentloinen
to the patronage of our people.
Also they notice wilh pleasure, the finp
Show Case of Goods on ?-xhibitinn by Messrs.
[ Wii-r it I.ytheoe. mid the lino Box of Mt-diI
cities bv Mr. r>oi|nld Mcl auchliii.
Respect full v siibmitted.
.1. A. CAI.HOITN.-Ch'o.
HOUSKIIOTd) DKPARTMKNT.
Th# Oonitiiilloo on Household Department
beg leave to niakti the following award of
t Premium!* :
i H. st Jar of I.md. Mrs. C". W. Sproull, $2.60
| 'jil do do do Mrs. l>r. S. S. Marshal).
' ilo .Kir Hotter Mrs. W.J. Smith. 2.fin
I 2>1 do do do Mrs. J no. Flu IF.
' do Domestic Soup, Mrs. F. A. Cti'lioun, 2.50
i 'id do do do Mrs. Jiio. A. Wior.
I do Toilette Soup. Mrs. K. A. Griftin, 2.50
' do Jar Preserves, Mis* Mutt it- T. Waters, 1.00
! 2d .lo do do Mrs. ,1. A. Norwood.
i do Jar Jelly, Mr*. M. O. Talinau, 1.00
I 2d do Jar lams, do do do 1.00
do Jar Catsup, Mrs. A. Todd, Anderson, l.On
do Dri 'd Apples, Mrs. Jas. McCaslim, 1.00'
do Dried Peaches, Mrs L 0- W. l.o^nn, 1,00'
do Dried Damson*, Mrs. William Sinilh, J.ftj
id do do do Mr3. T. J. Douglass.
do Dried Pears, Mrs. ?..?C. W- I.ogan, 1,00
j Can Il?*r.ne ioall}- Settled Penches, Mrs. II,
W. I.nwfon, 1.00
do do Strawberries, Mra. II. W. I.awson, 1.00
do do Cherries, Mrs. II. W. Lnxvsoi), 1.00
<lo B?>x Hone}', Mrs. Samuel Gilmer, IT'OO
do Cooked Hani, Mrs. It A. Griffin, 2.00
2d fli> do do Mrs. J. A. .Norwood.
do Sides of Bacon, J. Albert lticliey, 2.00
do I.uuf of Bread, Miss Susan Dfbrulil, 1.00
2d do do do Mrs. T. A. Rogers.
do Barrel of Flour, I)ist. madu.B, C. Hart, fi.00
2d do do do District. mad^.P.M.Rogers, 3 00
tin rnlli'i'tinn \r?*iri?! ulilfn Mi"4. .Irfiml. All..*, o t\<\
2d do do do Mrs. Wm. Mmith.
Your Cuinmiltcc bog luav^u make honorni
Iile mention of tho fu|lo?(i^? articles: I?r. B.
! C. Hurt's Pamentcr <fc Oiitnppcll's, Mr. Win. C.
t Moore's Wheeler ?fc \S ijtyviifjf.Machines.
Tomatoes by Mrs. S, Gilmer ; JVaat'Tftujir by
Mre. 1'-1>. Kiugli: Box Candle? h?. C.
W. l.ogan; V ariety ofj.Garden iSeeds, Mr*.
Win. Smith ; Wgelnble Guards, Mrs. Thomas
Crawford; Sealey iiiirkR by Master Andrew
Logan.
Respectfully "an b "itted,
Mrs. T1IOS. C. PEftRIN.
Aitt Mnfinwiv
l'ATcri-\yORD.
Your committee upon Patch Work beg leave
j lo report thai they have carefully examined
I all article* which coine under their DcpartI
nient, and have awarded Premiums to the fol!
lowing pPrsoiiaT
) For the lu-st Patch Work Quilt, Silk, Airs.
P- HVkT. H.'Calhoun, 3.00
! <lo do do do Cotton, Mrs. Stephen Loo, J5.00
! do Imitation.Marseilles QuiP, Mrs. Lewis
ljiai. of Laurens. ~
do Knise-Work <}uilt, Mis* Bell Jordan, 3.00
Your Committee nlsu recommend that a
l'rem?i:m-of 00~lie u^gnlvirto Mi?s Martha
Wilson for a Raised- Work Quilt., over 1(M) years
old. Aitd nl^t> tlint b Premium of $5.00 he
nwarded.to>ach of the following Indies: To
I Mrs. A. Burt for tbe best Silk and Velvet
CiijiJt: Mm. Samuel MeUovran for the beet
PafiBflfaVork Chnir; Mrs. T. C Perrjti Jor the
best Worsted Patch-Work QuilU
All of which is respectitillv submitted.
Mr*. ?AMUEL-M cGOW AN, Cb'n.
WIm. H. I'ekrin', Sec'y. >
EMilROlDkKll^, CIWCIIET. NEEDLE
' work, '
, Vouc Committee beg" le^ve>to report that
the Articles in this lJepai ^ay?ijt were tine ajid
elfgaot, and retl cts great creon. .upotjjthe lady
exhibitors. The following ore' the premiums
" awarded . . j
BeaCQrochet, (Gentleman) A (lagan, Mrs.
A. Burt, $3.00
do Undci sleeves. MissL. Brrtl>ili, 2 00
do Crotchet Shawl, Mrs. II. S#>Kefr, 8.O0
do Liend Dress. Mr?. E>J.-Tnylor, 2.00
do Crochet Tidy, Mi*. J. Jordan, 2 00
?'o Ladies Skirt, Miss MaKiePltobcrts, 2.00
'id do do do 'Sirs. Mary Y. Poetell,
'do Infant's Dress, Misfl Mattie Waters, 2.00
gil do ^dc(f:do Mrs. W. O. Norwood,
do Ewbrcjjl'ered Collar, Mr*H. W.I^*weon, 2.00
2d tlo ' do Sirs. Dr. S. Marshall.
do Linen Edging, Mrs. W: T. Henderson, 2.00
2d do do do Mrs. It. 11. Murchison.
do Uiiders'eevea, Miss Susan McCaslan, 2.00
do Tulling Collar,MiswICIIaLawton.l'eiidrn,2.6t)
2d do do do Bell Jordan,
do Undcr'Skiri, Mis. Dr. H/G. Waddle, 2.0Q
"do Fancy Work Basket,vMiaa-D Small, 2.00
do P'r PuntletlR.M iss AMce Sloan.Pendleton,2.00
do Net Silk Shawl, Mrs. Dr. S. Marshall, 2(00
do Child's Talma. Mrs. W.'G. Henderson, 2.00
do Mnrapos*, Miss Lucy Lawson (8 years,) 2.00
do Wreath of.Cruel Flowers, Miss Julia
Dulrymple, Anderson, 2.00
Respectfully submitted,
Uaj I P MAIKH4TT
J. T. Lto,n, Sec'y.
RAlsfiD AND WORSTED WORK.
The Committee on Raised and Worsted
Work beg leave to Rc-jwrt ityat the specimens
in this Department were elegant, aud that
they award the following Premiunis;
Deal Piano Stool Cover,Miss Maggie Small,2.00
do Ottoman Cover, Mist Henrietta Miller, 2.00
do Siool Cover, Miss Annie Fair, 2 00
do Coverlet, Miss M. Malooe, 8.00
2d do do Mra Sarah Agtiew.
do Couoterpain, Miss Rebecca Riley, 3.00
2d do do EiwMartha Rykard.
do Worsted 1 idy, Mrs. E McLauchlin, 2.00
do Fancy Piece in Worsted, Miss Minnie
Belcher, . 8.00
.do Dimity Table Cover, Miss^E. Vorell, 2.00
do Hearth Bog, Mrs. KiMie' Williams, 2.00
do Caudle Mutt, Mrs. W. T. Dreuuau, ; 1.00
Respectfully submitted.
Mrs. J AS. M. PERR1N, Ch'n.
C M. SnAap, 8ec'y.
wax, Hair an? shell work. ac. '
The Committee on Wax, Hair aud Shell
Work, beg leave to report the following Premiums
awarded :
Best specimeiftiu Shell Work, Hfb. T. R.
1 Crews, " $8.00
> <1n <1n ITaip Rrituliiior MrK. T. B. Crews. B.OO
do do Bead Work, Mise Saliie Carter, 8.00
JH do Wax Work, lire. C. U. Altin, 8.00
dp-ya?? of Wax Flowers, Wm. McCaelan,
3.00
2<^^? <*o Mrs. M. L. Oochran.
? doffair Wreath, Mist Annie Jones, 8,00
2d do <Jo do Bliss McOrew. ir
do Vase of Artificials made of Feathers,
Mies S. C. McFaU, Anderson, 8.00
do Fancv Box (Pino Burr) Mrs. E. J.Taylor,'2.00
do F)jf. BrtMih, Mrs. Thos. Thomson, 100
i do RoseUade of Wax.MfuCarrie RobertsoD.2.00
I Respectfully submitted,
r Mm k. McQCTERNS, Ch'n.
. W*, H. WBIT* S?p'y.
) NATIVE WINE AND FRUIT.
The Committee on Wiine and Fruit beg leave
) to report that tf??re~*nw i? fine aolkfotion anrd
variety of Wipe %nd FrujU0#r exhibition, and
) report tbo following Pre'ihiimrf:
Beat Bot. Bouppernoog Win?lJ.H.WiUoB,tti>ed
) 2d do do do do -Mrc. W. L, Aadftfaon.,
do MaVerio Grape do ffr*. A. Todd.And'r.J.OO
do BiaebbeiMT do MA. K. L. Tilmon, - J.op
9 doJjSt^&a ' l.oo
9 Brapd^ra Dr KTogfe, 1.0ft
J <L BtLtSet^ dF'Al^ V^bft*, S.G&
0 do do Bavet^nx Ompf WiUe, Mi's. T.ft .
? ... Jamaa, Geoitfia, ;. . J .00
do do Muapadina do IttrA T.JJjfcOberU, 1.00
0 2d do do' "do THtX. Hi T- lyoo, > J;.,'do
do Cherry Cordial, Mr*. W. H. TaagaH, i.OO
0 2d do do do do do lira- pf. ? '
do do do .Wine, Min. Dr. Klucti, 1.00 j
2d do ilu dJr> do Mrs. I)r. S. Mnrvhnll,
do ?Jo Pomegrunite do Mre. .T. Jordan, 1.00
do do Dewberry do Mre. J. Jordan, 1.00
do Cnu Chrystnhsed Fruif, Miss Funuio
Cxllioun, 1.60
do C<>lleetiooj?>f Ponipgronite'*, Sirs. Wra.
Smith. 1.00
2d do do do do ? M*-f. -Stevori J-**
do do do Pear*. Slaj. G<o. Graven, 1.0(1
do do ;,do G rapes, .Prof. .1. F. Lee, 1.00
Respectfully snlmntti'd,
J. 11. WILSON. Ch'n.
PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, SCULPTURE,
to
The Committer on Paintingn heft lenve to report.
that there were in this depart merit very
fine collection* of l'aiutingrt, mid award the
following premiums.
Ileal Specimen of Painting, IV1 i?s Sallio
Norwood, $5.00
U .1.. .... .1,. n? t r~% n..n n ....
UU ? ?/ V lityuil U" v. . V. H1IHMH1, tf.UU !
Your Commit teeo regret. thai. tliey were |
limited to two Premiums, mid fetling that iull I
juntiee would not be done. l>eg leave to rccoin- j
mend premiums be awarded for tlie f<>I? '
lowing paintingsLandsenpc
Oil Painting l>y Mr*. .1. F. Marshall.
(Jreeian do do MifuSnr Wilhoi).
do do do Mis* Gihert.
Crayou Drawings, by Mi?p Martha Moftpn.
do ?lo*XjK Miss Sallie Morton,
These twojut.tor specimen*'at? regarded as
remarkable,1 considering the extreme yoiuh
of Uic drawers.
The Committee ennnot. omit to mention the
tn'iiiitiliil portrait in oil, Iiv Mr.i. S. 1". riimii<oiis,
tnkrn from life, which r<>lloet<? great credit upon
her artistic skill. Also, f.mr specimens of
Pilot oehromntio painting hy Mr. A ml row
Vint til) wnpfliv /?r IwinnpjMu AN-. *
Specimens of llurbling nnd Graining by
Air. .lolni Corbet, which reflects credit ti
him it# n painter. Also tin- bountiful specimens
?f Ambrotypes by Mr. Lyon, which fdoes bun
credit us an artist. Also, we notice willi
pb'flH-.irc the brnntifnl innrlilclbiplit<rnal Fount,
exhibited by Mr. J. I>. Chalmers, and the tine
-specimens of arcliitcetnroI drawiim*< by Monsieur
Lernelle. Respectfully ?'il>'niit"d.
~ji_ MvliOWAN. Cii'n.
STATE AGRICULTURAL FAIR.
SVPKBINTEX 1>KNTS OFKICE, G. ?t G. II. R. )
Columbia, Oct. 24, 18ii0. J
Visitors to the State Agricultural Fair, to be
held at Columbia, commencing 01: Tuesday.
13th November next, will be passed over this
road, for ONE FA UK, on Saturday, Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
RETURN TICKETS will be given, pood for
any day to, and iiiclu'ling Saturday, 1 *7th of
November. -And Stock and all articlcu INTENDED
FOIl EXHIBITION, will be trans
ported at tlie owners risk. Irt'C of Cli;? r^<>
For this purpose, a special tr;iin will leave
Greenville on Saturday, November lotli, at 6
o'clock, a. in.
Persons wishing to avail themselves of this
privilege, are reminded of the necessity of giving
notiee at Least One Week Beforehand-"i*
the quantity and character of the
Stufek to be shipped.
Attendants travelling with Stock will be expected
to pay ONE FARE.
Agents along the line will be notified of the
time oi lue arrival of tlie Stock Tiaiii at, their
Stations.
Up Freight will be charged on all articles
purchased at the Fair.
Not more than One Bale of Cotton to
each Planter will be allowed on pueh comliiious
E. F. U A WOUTII,
Gen'l Superintendent.
Oct. 26, 18C0, 28,
THE AUGUSTA HOTEL.
During a short visit, to Aucn.-ttu, we called
cm our old friends, Mthtrs. WiiKELot'K/!^- Jl'"
Augusta Hotel. ' They were, ne usual, wr'thoir
posts, making every g'icM- feel at. home l?v
their kind attentions. F.wery thing (hut.
comes ruder the head of hotel aocinoiodut ion's
that is j'ilcnbui.1 and comfortable?such br n
.good table?uttentive servants and niee am)
well ventillatcd sleeping apartnieniR?these
hospitable genetic-men always have provi led
f'>r their cutiipuny. This Hotel is situated in a
convenient part of the city, r.eur the .South
Carolina Railroad Depot ; our Georgia and
I ('uiolinn friend* mill tli<- nnl?1? u-all
. iieverT?*grnt.rn ctfll ut tlie Augusta.? Waa/iiiiy
ton liifoprndcuU,Querv.?^lavo
J-nu tcei? tiiut. liic; Tu<linn in
anotlier.cdyinn bojliiijr AVx./*, JJqr.ks tkjtii Leave*
for tlie' "ClieCpkou Reined v ?" " f '9*'
-i , i . ** '
- jfe-^rivcEisri
M-ARRIEE^oh 4'ie 28th October,-tyf'iqo. G.
Iin.sk in, -K. II. HUG I IKS. to iliiw
MARY" JANE, daughter of Robert A*ftji$rs<yi,
of Abbeville Dietrict. . - ' <?
J _ . ' . *_
^ V COMMKRCIAL." -r
vi" Abbf.vii.le, Nov. 1, ItiCO.
V _ *?* " . Cotton-?Onr
market llio past woek hie been
?ctiv?, arid prices: liuve ranged from 8'lo 10g
ceut^. ' * % .
^ t JlAVounq, ^t. 2$ F8G0.
Cotton.?Onr market has been active for ijie
past week. Wc quote good middling ht 1JS<N
middling fair ullljcla\viih an ndvitiicing tendency.
, " .. P.
MIFUT E M E F
WILL MKET SATURDAY MORNING
NOVEMBER 3d, in the MALE CHAP"
EL, for the purpose of adopting a Constitution
and electing Officers.
TheT>ublic are invited to be present."
F. F. OAKY, Chr'u.
J. F. Hoboes, Sec'y.
Oct. 81, 18G0 33 ' It
Estray Notice".
TOLLEDr before me by Johnson Sale ft
Black Mnro MULE, 16 hnndsdii^h, will)
a blemish in the right eye, n scar on the right
hin An/1 alin^ - Mn,iitnr%Au<"l *?>
?I' ??"I "O "?
tween fifteen and twenty yenrs old, 'and appraised
at.$40. The owner will cume forwnrd,
prove property, pay expenses, or it will l??
dealt wilU a* the law directs.
J. S. "CHIl'LEY, Mag. A. D.
Oct. 81, 1880, '27, )m4iD
~~ Simonis Black French
CLOT? MASffliRKS,
FI. BIOLLET <fc SONS Black French Cloths
and Cassimeres. <
Black and Colored Tricot Cassimeres.
- ALSO,
A full Stock of Plain and Fancy Cloths and.
Cassimeres, at
A. A. WILLIAMS
Not, 1, I860, 27* tf
Tailors' Trimmings.
/VP tbd very best quality and lateatStylcB, to
\J' be found at
. A. A. WILLIAMS.
Nov. 1,1860, 27, tf
: ? "COMMISSIONERS
O F
Free Schools.
m. vi wiva?i.ai*xv/?ii>KMQ UI J5l\rjT/ i^UtlU^LO
for Abbertlle- District, is the eeco'nd IWNDA,Y
Of N OTetnbetyjnst, A full meeiing of (h* Board
is desired.
' ' . > . W. H. WILSON, Seo'y.
?ot. i, WQr^s. V at
"Notice to Creditors.
'^ss^si^asrjs:
( <>1ft pfr?p*t-iy ^ttohted t6 llemt*.
Pirfffl MiiMUba lit ofDto
> tfetdbw jitkk
r e OBO. A. ADDISOIf, .
mmmmfc
O*. 24>lt60, M, ftt . ' -t
EXECDIQBS
BY V RTIIK of tlio lnit Will <.f Mrs. K.
K. 11. WlTHEKsroOX, dec'J, we wi'l
SELL AT
HER LATE RESIDENCE
Near Rocky River Churefc,
In Abbeville District,
OK TUESDAY,
27TH NOVEMBER,
A quantity of Valuable Property, viz:
THE TEACT
Of LhihI on which she lived, containing about
1,008 Am
ONE T1IIRI) OF Til Id TRACT IS IN
WOODS,
The balance, free and productive
COTTON & GRAIN LAND,
It litis been rt-eentlv ro-survoyed. ami Plat*
wiii op cxmuiicu. me :ami will oe ottered in
TWO
Separate Tracts
Anil may be treated for privately until day of
sale.
* One Valuable
NEGRO FELLOW.
I
A very nice and comfortable
CARRIAGE,
I 1 "F7V ; TT TIT 1 rn
11 jp oar norsc vv agon, ? A wo
Ilorae Wagon, 1 One IIoi\ie
TV%jgj?n7 1 Ox Cart,
7 VERY M'E MULES.
Cows, Sheep, Stock and
FATTlbuNG HOGS,
Five or Six Hundred Bushels
V X.'*
- CORN,*
Several thousand Pounds .FODDER
WHEAT* OATS, PEAS, POTATOES,
' * Cotton Seed and Shucks,
1 Scl Blacksmith's Topis, 1 Good Gin
' M
New Fan -and Thrasher,
T '
Planta'.io^ Tools Und IjMslapents'J?&c,
A ' SrTall 'Lt o/m%^i
FINE PAKkbB
' Ml
v unwi rut*&,
Consisting of MAHOGANY"' SOFAS
CIIAIRS, OTTOMA'NS, tfi'oe ' Mnrbh
" Top CENJRE TABLE, &c. -Ofli*r
PUKNITURE.
"j?c., <Scc.,
TERMS known on day of sale.
J. J. WARDLAW, )
fExVS.
L. YARB(7RCJU|3II, )
Nov. 1, I860, 27, .4t ;
READ II!!
v* ? -t?
ALL PERSONS indebted to the subscribe
will confer a favor by culling mid puyin|
up immedibtfly after seeing this notice.
Those owing snrus loss than Twenty Dollar
will prpfit sofnetliiog by complying w?tb thi
request?you owe tni?, I need the pioney?nn<
am not able, nor do 1 intend to forgive the d*bt
so its no use talking! Come up, aud pay up
or Von'll h? leit un *
" - " - " ^'r-' JAa H. l^ILEY,
Greenwood, S. C.
Oct. 29, 1860 S8 4t
$25 REWARjT.
Suhaoriber will nay the above EewMi
X for flid apprehentifif ind delivery ink
the Jail-of AbbnviH*, \ NEGRO MAN nam#*
And owned by R. Si. Cowam, of Ala*baian
TKa ?/! Va/t*a ta aK/.nf M *
A*l?- MIIV ?1 W(VW? "? JWB uiu, vcr
topt and likely, weighs about 176 or 80 lbi
Hp '.* a BLACKHJUTH by Trade ; and
FIDDLER, nnd is very fond of playing fo
' J?\iie?qg partte* He i?probably in Aj??Jer?o
Die trim, passing. hUxuelr for a free ft>ero.
^ r - 8. a. CO^AN.
Odt. 22, I860, SS. 41 ; ' A
Hot of Ne^ra BrogariB.
I
" jBtr*4>>3QPV T> ?i.v.
ASSIGNEE'S
I WILL SELL ON THE
I
J12TH OF NOVEMBER NEXT j
I At tlie Into resilience of Thomns M. ir'1onr>, 1
I twi> ki<1>>5 ahovc Culhuuii'd .Mi lie, -lie following .
i property, viz:
1 X HORSE,
7
At ** i&flr
Z MULLS,
|CATTLE AND HOGS,
! $Joi(scl|olO q>)0
! FURNITURE,
RORRY
v < wv wu J
i Two Sets Single Harness,
1 Two Ilorsc Wagon
-/Viicl Harness,
About Two Hundred lWishels of
CO&M,
Seven or Ivglit Bales of
oaffom,
In the Sffl'l,
FODDER, OATS, HAY & SHUCKS.
ALSO, A SUPERIOR
COOKING STOVE.
Tlu4bnvc will be finl<l on n creilit of twelve
month?, with interest from <'ntc\ witb two nppiovod
Bqratii'?, except tbe L'OTl'OX which
will be 6old for CAM J .
W. D. MAT??'. Asaitfiipc
of T. M. j-loan.
October 23. lS&n, 27, 2t
' NOTICE.
?
r"|',IIE Rubficril er<s bop b-nvo rosppct fully lo
JL nnnotuifo In tlioir fri<*n<l? tlr.it !.bt>v
I |>ui'pli?.->cj from MA IN (I. J?'JOZI'l.'. of N?-\v
Maikct. I>i* ?*titiro fc'loek of (jim i.j, which tliey
vi-ill oll'er for sale on accoamTftdaling terms. *
xne stocK is JHew, Large and
* Well Selected,
Comprising all nrlicles usually kept iu n
iT -V
country Store, viz:
rifivr^nniN
mil mum
Of all Kinds, for Ladies', Gentlemen's,
an&Negros' Wear.
,'A LAROE. ASSORTMENT Of
Of Every Description,
HEADY MADE
HARDWARE,
nxmnriTx t& tr
Bagging, Bope, &c., &c.
We hop* by strict attention to huninees nn<l
LOW PHICES
to merit n continuance of t.lie liberal patronage
heretofore In-stowed on this well known stnml.
We will bo ple:is?<l to show our Stock to all
who may fe<;l disposed to call and examine it.
ifAATin o_ ir rvAtrriTT
luuunrj a ivlcuu vv ajlli,
New Market, S. C.
J NO. R MOORR jfeT
GEO. M&DOWALL/^fOct. 24th, 1800, 27, St
A FINE HORSE
! Fop Sale.
?
9
1
J I J^FFER FOR SALE MY
SUPERR
YOUNG STALLION.
i * " < . 'j_l . " ' 1 ^
IT^'^S OF THE MORGAN STOCK, and
11. needs but to b* seen to be admired?lim
j tw ice 14ten the Premium rft our DMflrtct Fair
B and iatt ye*f at the State Fair, over tight cotni
petiiois
* - He U three y??ra old, and iu Form', Sue am
Action cnnnot he excelled.
i. Persona wishing to purebate FINK STOCK
y wouid do well to examine this Colt. He is onlj
i. offered- for aale becfcna*' I am not. prepared tc
a hat* proper attention given to him.'
It.llVUliA W^v.
ft Abbeville C. IK, Mot.' 1, HUM 2ft?K '
. SALT! SALT I SALT I
nP^O IiFNDRS? ?acki forJgoDONAJLD
* CO-S.
Oct. lit W*0, 24,'<tt j,y >y{j v--,3.f ; ' <
: t -
The Stat? of South Carolina,
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.
In Equity.
Jane E. Waller, \
vb. V 13ill Tor Partition.
T'eleus A. Waller, ct ul. )
1) V VIRTUE of nn order from the Court of
) Equity to me directed 1 Will sell ut Abboville
O. 11 -, ut public outcry.
On Sale Day in Decembor
next, (?il) tlie following valuable lands, viz:
LOT NO. 1,
THE HOMESTEAD,
Containing 1*20 Acres, more or less, upon which
stand* the residence of ALBERT WALLER,
deceased, in the village ol' Greenwood, which is
noted for its high toned morality and educational
facilities. Tliu lot is very highly improved,
having upon it
A FIE DWELLING,
! n ?/i n?4._tr
iiiuu uui'JUUUiiUS
! Of very hind: Oil A Villi Y, CAI1D2N, select
I Ol'OHAH l>S. n lies or. hotli M-los of ll.c Greeni
villi; uit'l Columbia Hailroud?a large portion
i being iriMihi ilo; corporate limi:? of Greenwood,
' and half in viigin forest. The location is peri
I'ectly hfalthy, Mid altogether in one of the
I ni.vt and contort riblu residences in
the upper part of -antli t'aroiiua.
LOT NO. 'J, Itnown as flic
11 *icr rPract,
'
! Containing 00 Aciom, taore or less, adjoining *"
the Ilome.-'tead, above described, convenient
to Greenwood, and lying on the Public Iloud
from said villstgc to Abbeville C. 11. ; nl least
half of it is in a high sime of cultivation?the
i*ciii:iiii'lov in forest, wiili several good loin'
for building.
LOT NO. 3, known ns the
Campbell Place f
Containing J'O Acres, more or less, lying on thp
j Maihis r.oml, neir the Cross Itoads at AVier'n
; olil place, and in full view of the Uuilro.nl.?
; Tl:i< lot is convenient to the Greenwood Depot,
and hay ii|itin it n comfortable residtsiee and
reniiirkalde spring?two thirds in liigli stale of
cultivation, the remainder in forest.
I.OT NO. -i, known ns the
Jtlorgan rSJract,
Containing 00 Acres, more or less, adjoining'
the Campbell Tract above described, within'
one mile of the Greenwood Depot, and nearly
or quite all in ricli, fresh bind, well wooded."
j ij\ji o, Ktiuwn .is Ihc
Ihichanan 1yraei,
Adjoining (lie Mni-gnn Vlace, Above described,
nl>o within it mile of (Jrei'iiwood ?about
one hull fresh cleared land, aud ilie remainder*
in fresh woi! wooded.
The above described binds li:?v?r :tll been recenrlv
re-Mrrvevcd. : ( <! j'bitts vill'be exhibited
1.11 ihe the daj ol' sale.
A credit of 1 and 2 years, with interest from
* ^Jjjiy of sale. I'urcliarcr to jrivn Iinnd. with
-at least two good studies, ami a mortgage
of tlie |>rcmi?>s to seourtt lie jiurehuse money,
j>uy tlte cosM i ? cash, anil jmv for papers.
WM. 11. i'AUliKll, O.K.A II.
Commissioner's Office, )
Nov 1, 1800. f 28 At
FOR SALE.
^ ?
A DESIRABLE
HOUSE AND LOT
In the Village of Greenwood,
\\? ITIIIN" ft mile ?f tltu Depot. containing
\ ) TWKNTY ACRES?Ten Cleared and
Tell ill Wood*.
Tlie House is n?w nnd containing e'glillargo
ijikI comfortable ?tino Storeroom* nixl
Closets. The outbuildings nre new nnd in
co iil repair. Oi> tli > premises is n clicico Well
of Wittei. Fruit Trees, Grape Vinyard, Flower
Garden. <te._
Tlio Village of ftreei)wood.is noted-for iU
iw-nltli, irood hcIiooIs, and the ^eucrAl 'sobriety
of iis citizens. *?.
Any one desirous of pnr^IiMstug wiM call on
Mr. Thninn* Coleiuii^nt Greenwood, who will
show tlieni tlu prcuiisca-.
JOHN" II HUN DON.
Oct. 5. I860. 20, If
. Charleston Msrciirv, Potilh 'Carolinian,
- ai:?J '?rectiville Mountaineer copy wo-klv 3t.
NEGROES
FOR SALE.i
VW'OMAif between 23 and 30yearaof ntre,
and her children ubout the ages 10, 1
and 4 yen,-? - the eldest a boy.
For fiinbftr information inquire of
J. F. LEE. Jr.
Due West,.S. C.
Oct. 16, 18C0, 25 4t "*Jp
" LIME1 LIME! LIME !
rrMIE Subscriber t.ik'es this method of informX
ing the public generally, that lie lias, and
expects to keep constantly on hand, ft good
supply of the l?eot Southern Made Lime, at
Arnold'* Old Quarry, one mile from Pinson'a
Ford, or the Free Bridge, on Saludft River,
which he offers for axvle SI the following prices: ' *
Any amount under 100 bushels, 33} cts per
bushel, ort.r that amount 30 cts. m-r Kn?h?V
Terms C?i?h. .T.-. C."itASQIt
ML G^lljljer, LanrenaDiet.,S.C., Oot.2?,-12m
tW The Laurenavjlle'T/irraM will please copy
OOIiT'lS
NEW MODEL PISTOLS,
Acknowledged to te the Best
I IN me just reccfv-ed and for sal* l?v
? a. a. Williams.
Oct. 26, 18?0. 28, tf
i Regimental Court Martial.
. EDGEDFIED C. H, Oct. 12, i860.
r fc. .OOUftT MARTIAL to try defaaktrs of
> 2*.' th? Bqpadron tqlt noniWjHdance
At I^infffaireslti Aiiguafc M, win be;1i*ld
pt Abbeville 0-H., on MONDAY the 6th NOVEMBER
next. Tho Coarl will cou?i?t of the
following Officer#: Capi. Pretident;
Capt. M'auti^, Leifl^ Lwinq&tom,. Lieut Bus'
bbfcu. Lieut. Cw^t. Lieut.' KekxsUt, Cornet
Moobk and Cor not f
By Ottl*, W ..., j. \
,m QQU M. W, QABy. V,
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