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Wednesday, October 16, 182.
OF NEW YORK.
GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN,
We have received the Monthly Report
of the Department of Agriculture for
August and September. It is replete
with valuable statistics.
Jas. W. Fowler & Co.., of Abbeville,
will accept our thanks for copies of their
elegaint fashion journals. This firm has
a conpictely appointed Emporium of
Fazhion at Abbeville.
Columbia Female College.
The Christian Neighbor says: By
commenda*le energy the Executive Com
mittee of the Board of Trustees have ar.
ranged weil and surely the opening of
the Columbia Fem3le College the 1st of
January, 1873. President Jones will
send out his circulars in n few days.
The State Asylam.
)r. Ensor communicates the gratify.
ing intelligence that he has succeeded in
making arrangements whereby the Lu
natic Asylum will ie amply supplied
with pri.vvibions and all medical supplits
for the balance of the year. No one
need now feel any anxiety. The trouble
is over for this; year, at least.
What will be the Consequence1
To day decides the -idwinistratire af.
f.i;s of this State, for tho next two
years. The white people of the State
seemj to he ap-%t'etic. If they have not
c-me out and v;ited manf.ly-even if
they are in the mi.-)rity -then the fault
is their otvn. We are sorry to say there
seems to us to have been no organized
system of action. Like the soldier of
te revolution, ,t the b1attle of Saratoga,
every man appears to fight upon his own
Whatever may be the result of to
day, it will have to be borne. If good
comvs of it, then we will be agreeably
disappointed. But ahis. poor Yoricli
The Coluibia P.cenix and Carolinian,
have, after due con4idvration, come to
the conciion to support Tomi.nson for
Governor ; tey thir.k it is the 4luty of
cevr friend of order anid good govern
mernt t*, vote for him; as to be passive
would be.acti've in the eletion of Moses.
A number (if country exchanges, which
we have received, offer the same advice.
We cannot but codorse their sentimnents,
and elpreinlIy after hearing the precise
statemrenits and f':ll exposition of Messrs.
Gerbini c,nd Sawy er, in regard to the
transctions of the regular candidate for
Governror, w e m'ost j"in in the recoim
mrendartion: that all those who have the
best interest sif the State at. heart should
comec forward and vote.
Quiet for a time.
The rr ning of candlidates hither anid
thither. the st iir, disputes of pot house
po!itiians, th.e noise of the midnight
rowdy, L.e schemes of wire-pullers, the
e.Tyts of tIlee seekers, will have ceased
for the fighit of State and county govern
mnent, and ther. will be a cailm for a
'I his will be a blessig. 'The final
stru.cgle on the 5t: N.;v., when all the
hosts of voters sh&all be mairshalled to
cast thmeir suffrage', wil! enid the politi
cal war fo,r ai se LSOn.
The s::ioke of b.tie will pass away,
ami the iion at large, af'er tihe hot
conest-the furious struiggl", will bc
left to see and feel in the futore whether
its selection will be wise, judiciou's and
Goid t,rant that it may, and that the
expe--ation of the unj'it mayini be real
ized, so thmat n e many have peace and
Senator Sawyer at Newberry.
The 11 ,. F. .\. Sawy er, United States
Senator ifr 'n this Sta:e made a speech
las-, Fridiay afenn at Town Hall and
aia; nriht f rm thie steps of the
C su-t II 'use. (Oi b'oth occasions, and be
f 'e respe;:ab'e 4udienices of white and
co'loredl citizens, Mr. Samwyer proceeded
in a clear, caim, rlhaste anid comnpi chen
give mian.r to a surver of the situation:
In his review of the merits and deme
rits .rf the nomnenc of both parties, he
aliirm:d th:i the regulte ticket was
hea-le i by the worst white man and
t .i:ed byv the worst black man in the
State. Franmkin J. Moses. whose loose
a oi lavish use of pub.ic money is with
o:ut p.recedent : a hostile see':ssioniist,
a ho b:zged the honor o.f tearing the
ational eniigin from the ramparts of
Fo,rt Sater, and then when it became
prol:im e sold ouit to the Republicans,
:t'nd who would, should it serve his pur
prose, se!, out. th.: Repub;ican party. A
recreant son of Carolina. In reply to
the expmssed 'tiws of Mr. Moses'
friend', tiiat he (Mr. Moses.) would ga
thro en about him, w ho wr-uld
give himt their experience and advice,
id up h.is irand s, &c'., Mr. Sawyer
asked if n,en with such records should
t6-: mnade Goernors t.> reform them?
l>r. t:aia ai ho ends the ticket is at man
whio -mi d1ispese the gospei on Suin
dIay. for he dispenses with it during the
remaindier of the week. F. L. Cardozo,
a.ither "r-everend,"' is the nom'zinee for
the ::r.oris:t 'jdio rf State Trea.arer.
'Jf Mr. T. m::ins.m, thre speaker con
t ne1 .sreci d a::d anteceden ts are
gd:andi noit if the:e was cae man m:
iw legish::torr. whom thre lobbyi5t dare
the Boter's candidate for Comptroller
General has made a good record. Edwin
F. Gary, for the vffire of Treasurer, has
proved his netal by an indignant refu
sal to accept a bribe of fifty thousand
doliars in coi;ncction with the passage of
the B. R. R. R. bil!. That this is the
character of the men selected on the
Boher's Ticket, for honest State reform.
Among the niany pictures presented
to his audience, Mr. Sawyer painted in
sad colors, one which no Inver of the
peace and i-rosperity of this State will
like to see realized. That if Moses is
elected, this State will have a worse in
fiction than ever the anciLnt Egyptians
did in all the plagaces viLited upon them
by the Almiighty.
During the speaker's remarks in the I
evening, anong other things he said,
I that with honest Republicans, every
where the question has sprung as to the
definitiun of Republicanism ; if it is to
oe defined by peculation, fraud and inal
adininistration, then it I ill be best to
have done with it aod :ek for some
The last session of the legislature, un
der Mr. Moses' administration, said
the speaker, cost twenty times the
anount used in furmer years.
To the land conmissiootiee Mr. Mo
ses m11ade the first sale, received the njo
ney, and never turned over the deeds.
"I votes for Moses," cried out a fel
low in the crowd. I have no doubt of
that man's voting for Mr. Moses, re
turned Mr. Sawyer, for he seems to
have neither wan:ers nor morals. And
there are others who will vote for him :
Those who have been pardoned from the
penitentiary will vote for Mr. Moses ;
all those who have been into the public
treasury will vote for Mr. Moses ; and
all who love to follow the scent of the
rum bottle will vote for him. But those
I who love good government, happy
hmes, order, peace and prosperity, will
vote for Reuben Tomlinson.
Patrons of Husbandry.
We copy f-om th: Phenix the follow
ing report of the neeting of Masters arid
Past Masters of the Grange of Patrouns
of Husbandry of this State, heid in
Columbia, on the 9th inst., at the Fair
Grounds. Mr. 0. 11. Kelley, Secretary
of the National Grange, in the Chair, in
structed the Grange to proceed to an
election of Master and Secretary, where
upon Thos. Taylor was elected Master,
and Deputy D. Wyatt Aiken was elected
Secretary. A ballot was next ordered
for election of reuaiuing office:s, which
resulted as follows: A. D. Goodw n,
Overseer; J. S. Richardson, Lecturer;
J. K. Davis, Steward ;T. W. Hioih>way,
Asistanrt Steward ; J. I. Buonner, Chap
lain- A. M. Aikeni, Treasurer; and D.
The Grange took a recess oif an hour
and a hail for dinner, and on resumnp
tion of business, the various officers as
sumed their positions, rand Lecturer Rich
ardson offered the following resolutions,
which were adopted:
Resolved, Thrat a commrittee on busi
ness, of ten members, be appoin:ted by
the Master to prepare bursiniess for the
be required to report at the r.ext meet
ing of tte State Grage.
Resolved, That a commnittee of five be
appointed by the Master to prepare and
report on a constituti<n and by laws for1
the governmnt of tihe S:ate Grange.
andi that they report at the next meeting
of~ the State Grange.
Resolved, That the Master be requecsted
to apoint one deputy in each County
that he: assign theim their Counties to
Resolved, That the Master be request
ed topouean apprtopriate seal for trhe
-Resolved, That whren this Grange ad
Ijourns, it adjourns to tueet on tbe second
Wed nesdary in January text.
Resolve<l, That the~ M;t.:nr of this
Grange be requested to visit Wro.hing
trn, and be present. at thre meietiog of
the Nat ional G~nrne, 'in the li t W~'ednes
iday in Januaiiry ne~xt, anid to) post hin
self in all mantters rnecessary to a corm
p-e and fr2ll organiza tion t.f the St ate
Grange at its n..xt mreeting, and that his
expenses be paid out of the funds itt the
Treasury of the State Granige.
Resolved, Tlhart thre tirst quarter's re
tort be required from iihe .iubon dinaite
Granges by the 2Fh of Dece:nher next,
to be made~to the Secretary of the Statej
Mr. SannMmoved that the Sec-re
Itarv be required io inquire of the varians
copanies mnanufancturning fertilizers in
Charleston and chewhrere-, whether or
not said fertilizers can be hought hbyn the
Granges at a nrdued p.iee. Adnpte-d.
Mr. RThhardsoni moved that the Gene
ral Deputy i.e re'qoi.ed to instrtuet the
emers "of the State Grange in the
scret working of the ritua:l, which con
sumedi several hours of the evening.
The Worthy Masteir rep'.r ted the fol
ilowing ast the c-omminttee- of tern on husi-'
rness: J. S. Richardsn,: Sumter ;1. P.
Reed, Andersor.; 1). C. Tom:pkins, E-dge
Sld - W. F. Barton, Urarnge'.nre ; R. M
ISims, York ; T. W. Wiodward, Fainrield :
. R. McIver, D-tr!ington ; James Mc
Cutchen, Williamrsburg ; J':lius Mills,
G hester ; W. T. letiderson, A bheville.
A lso, cotmmittee on eonstitution and
bylaws : W. Mr. Shannorn, Camtde.n; S.
C. Means, Spartarnburg; L. A. Ilarper,
Colleton ; J. R. Spearmanu, Newherry ;F.
IA. Conrnor, Ahceville.
'he Secretary, being called upon, re
ported fifty-seven Gran:ges representted,
and twenty-eight Counties of the State.
On motion, the G;ranrge adjourned.
D. WY ATT AIK EN. Secret ary.
THE SOUTHERN~ MUrsICAL.JOURNAL, Mess.
Ludden & Bates, publishers, S,,va:n:nab, Ga..
is oe of the best puhtnca:ions of it< kind
whih we receive, anid its publishers deter
mie to put it in the first raJ- noone musical
mie ae re-alizingr a . ess. Th~e Oc
1oe 5nme in a new an'i e:egan.t typo
grphical ..resa. Tire vr moderate prie of
this Journa, only '-i. InaCer. it w:thmn the
-r.rof all. Every atrniteu r or proWe:siontal
musician shioulhd sub-cribe.
Gadet Midishipma un G;.ni ers, tire first
,Oz'rd endert to be adrti-.ted to thre .An
naplis Navala Accademyv, arrivedi t-re
iat week, and was assignecd his qunan te-s.
A ltter to) the Baltimnore Sort, ironm -
fanaplis, st:ates that tire arrival of
Conyen ptased mver without thre slight
est demnustra'uen on the part of the
other ~.tudentr. A J:naanse sturdert
has also- arried- et the~ Acaemt:.,t
pu-sue his studies as acadet midaluip
Betarns from Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana
NDIANAPOLIS, IsD., October 10.
The Republican executive committee
claim the State by two hundred and
twenty-eight majority. The Demnocrat.
claims the State by one thousand ma
jority. The offi:ial count may be re
quired to decide it. The Democrats
concede the Legislature to the Republi
cans, which secures Morton another sena
S'ECLATIONS oF THE PRESq. ]
N.:w Yot. October 10.
The Herald fizures as follows: Penn
sylvania, Repub!ian najority 26,000;
Ohio, Republican majority 15,000 ; In
diana, ntjority fir IIendricks or 3rown
500 to 1,000. It says the Replticans i
have undcubtedly g;Ied one (;o1igress
man in Indiana and have a majority of
the Le gi,!ature. The official vote may
be necessary to Occide as to the State
The Tr ibuve claimn- Indiana for the
Liberals by .00 to 2.5t0. The Ohio
returns ar~e very incomplete. Thi- Trib
une s-ivs the Liberav have elected seven
nemubers of vIltres wch i..; a gain tf
two, and ilhat the administration patty
has chosen thirteen.
BETTENC NEWS FRoM INDMANA.
NEw YonE, October 10.
The Indiana poll retur;s to noon are
more favorab!e to the Republican State
ticket. The Republicans claim .six hn
dred majority on the entire State ticket.
The Democrats concede the lection of
the Republican State ticket excez.t fo r
Governor, and ciaim a simall iajmit fior
Hlendricks. The officiai returns are com
ing in very slowly, and it ill require a
count of almos: the entire vote to arrive
at the result.
TUL VOTE OF PHIt.ADF.PE11A.
PILADE.Pm1A, October 10.
The city officiil count shows over one
hundred and eighteen thousand vtes
polled. lartranft'N m::jority is 20.437.
The majority for Congressman at large
is 21,91U. Speer, Demnocrat, is elected
to Got ess in the Seventeenth District
by five hundred nisj,ity.
IN1IA\APOLs, October 12.
The fullowing are imaj-ritics in the
Con-essional )is:ri-is, n-arty oleal:
For Congres.,men-Fir,;t listrict, Deno
cratie, 143; Second District, Democrat
ie, 4,348; Third Distici, Demovatir,
997 ; Foorlh Di-trict, Republican, 397;
Fif;h Dis!rict, Repubi-an, 824; Sixth
District, Rt-publican, 859 ; Seventh l)is
trict, Rtpublie::n, 413 ; E.ighth Distriet,
Republican. 3,000 ; Nintib District, Re
puotlira7, 500 Tenth Di.,triet, R%epuboli
.an 907; Eleienth Ditriet, Republican,
The case of Mr. Siamil G. Brown,
now confined as a Ku Klux prisoner at
Albany, has been frequently nlluded to
already. Addition d facts are now at
hand which show that the case is still
more cruel and revolting than was at
first represented. It appears that short
Iv after the arrest anls(-ntece- of Brown,
Rev. David Wills,President of 0glethrope
University, heard of the affair, and in
vestigated it. Having snta.f;ed himself
that the prisoncr was an honest, upright,
patriotic and law abiding man, aid that
the sentence was arbitrarily imposedl
after a inock trial, by .J'zdge Bond, theI
reverend gentleman related the facts to
Mrs. Maria Jordan Westmnoreland, an es
timnahic lady of Atlanta, and begged b--r
to intercede inz Irowrn's beha!f. She ac
cordingly wrote to Mirs. Governor
Hloffman, of New York, and also to a
e!ergym:an at Albany ; and both these
parties at once lent all their influence
in the direction desired. The remiainder
of the story is well known. Notwith
standinz the inttercession and testitmony
of these clergymen and Chrisian wvomen,
ir. iisreg:rd event of the a~ comntda
tioni of C olontel WV hiteley and Gerrit Smnith,
the President obst inately refued to
release Mr. Brown, and conltinus
to coni.ine in a penitent:ary, cOntrary
to all 1:av b-uI tn*nttty amd Commn
sense, an agedl, infirm and inunocent
citize-n of the United States. This i
what General Grant calls "politicaln
TnE STrATE INDEBTEDNESs.Til Puo
Pos1:n CoasTirtoxxt A MEN.t ENT.-By
reference to the folowin'g card, publish
ed in the Columbia Phe::ix, it will he
seen that the Bolters avosv their support
of the proposed amendment to the Con
stitution of the S:-ate:
T'o the Editor ;f the Photnix :-The
attention of tihe Exc:;ive Committee of
the True Republican party has beent
called to your artic-le of Sut:day last,
n ith reference to the prop sed amead
ment to the State Conasti tntion, limnitinmg
the power of the Legislature to create a
debt, without tirst suibmoitting the ques
tien t') a votei of the peole. O ur - omn
atittee is unat'.imn.-t,ly in fa vor of the
proposedm iaenent;'and have ordered
only affirmative tickets ti be prin;t-d tor'
the u-se ol vot:r-s of our party. No nega
tive tickets will be printed or circulated
by us, and eve-ry effort will be usedl on
our part to secure the _adoption of the
D). T. CORBIN,
EDW iN F. G;ARY.
P'ETERSON'S 3MAGAZINE for Novemaber is
on our tatble, ahe:u! of all others. It is an
unusualiy good nunmn;r, even for thts flrst.
class lady'., book. The principal Stee! PIate,
"A Game Two Can Play At," is t'ro-n an
original picture, and is a capital illuistrationI
of one of the best stories we bave read fb)r
months A prominent feature of this MagIm
zine is its copyright Novete, two of wthich
apper in this number, "Lindsav':a Luck,"
byv Fanny Hlodgson, and "lIoughlt With A
P ice." by Mrs. Antn S. Stepheus, both verty
far superior to the conminued srories to tbe
found in m:ig::zines gene-rally. But, as a
con:empor-ary sc.ys, the st-orie-. dh fashions,
thec patterns, mn short, evervthing in Peterson
is the best of its kind. The price of this
Magazine,. too, is another thing in its tavor.
it i.s but T wo Dollars a year- The P'rospectus
for 1873 i- pu!dished with this tnmber, :mdt
we tind that the prices to Ciubs are astonish
igly low, viz.. tr' copies for 84t.i0. wit h
superb Mezzo'int (16 inches by 20,. "Christ
We-.ping Qve-r Jerusalem," to the perso
getting up the chub: or aix copies5 for S9 00,
and a copy of the Magazine for 1873 asa
premium to thec peron getinug up thte club;
or eight copies for $12.00 and bo0th an extr
copy and the premium engraving to the per
sn getting up thte club. Ftr large clubs) the
prices are even lower, a choice of six sple
did premium -esravings, for framing. isigivenI
for lifty cenuts extra, to sub.,cribers for "Pe
tero" for 1873. Specimens of the Matt
zine are sent, gratis, if written for. Sub,cribe
to nothing el-e ttn:i! vou have seen a co)py
of this popular Maigazine. Ad,!re.s Chare
J. Peterson, 306 Chestnut Street, Philade
The New York Sun, noticing the
acquittai of Mhrs Laura D). Fair, say.
"She ovr her aqit t-. to, htr beaty.
If she h:a. heeo :; hard worh. washer
wor::n, withi irr'eZ::u'r Ce:.' r~a and a
tar:nn l comph-lixiont, s'.-a: Ituld probably
have beetn -,ttu- u p w.ithW tout jolg-e or
jry. It is '- be hop'ed that MIr-. Fair
w i!! tno fall ini love wijthr somei enr of
tejury who aequtitted her, if the jury
n:a:: .electe.d byv her thinka more of hi
' ife than h.. do.-s of Mrs. Fair. it will I
then be pro:t-r, Ccco:ding to i in:er
to blow~ his brains out. We hope she
wfl do :
"MLnSR. GRIFFIN & HOFFM AN. Newspaper
dvertismig Aents. No. 4 Mouth Nt .. BIa
imore. Md., are duly authorized to contract
'r udverti.eneuts at ourcontraet rates. Adver
isers ini that City are requeted to leave their la
,ors with thishoue."
OUR AGENTS IN CHARLESTO.-The ad
-ertising agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans &
logswell, represented by Roswell T. Logan,
%q., is the only autboriz,d agency for this
>aper in Charleston.
A full ine of Dr.ss Goods. of all kirds and
>rices, can be found at
Oct-9. 41-tf. McFALL & POOL'S.
SHIPMEN: OE COTTON.-Since the first of
5eptember to the present time, three thous
tnd bales of cotton were shipped from the
Our young fellow citizen, Mr. J. T. Seibles,
iays the Phoenix, has been admitted into
)artnership with James M. Baxter, Esq.
egarded one of the principal legal udvi-ers
n Newberry-under the firni of Baxter &
A very fine <electiou ofWooleng P'ece Goods
nd Gents Furuihiiig Goods, can be foutid at
Oct. 9. 41-t. MCFALL & FUEJI.'$.
The Siiver Cornet Band will give a Concert
Friday nhtb. Look at their mammoth illin
ninated show bills and posters-a1l the work
)f talent within the band. As the object of
he concert is to pay the amount remaining
lue for the instruments. we hope they may
lave a good house.
THE LAws.-With this issue we complete
>ur part of the contritc: for the publication
>f the State Laws. We wish that the same
:ould lie said for the oilier side-but we have
3ot been paid a dime for the work. The pay
:ertificates doubtless stand in the way.
STREET LAPs.-Our energetic and provi
lent Town Fathers having "put up" the
aames of the streets, much to the convenience
af the citizens. will soon no doubt erect a
number of lamps for the benefit of John and
)thers, so that the names of the streets can
be seen of dirk n iahts.
ALMOST OVER.-ThC riot, noise, drun
beating, idling, lying, drinking, carpet-hag
and scallawaging to and fro, which make
up a radical political campaign, are almost
,ver. Who is not rijoiced that it is so, what
ever may be the result. We look for nothing
zood to come of the te:t, except that there
will be a litle more quiet. Ephraim is joined
to his idol .
Head Quarters for Li::en. and Lace Setts, and
Lace Cellar* and Lace Gond< at
Oct. 9. 41-t". McFAfLL & POL' S.
D.tcx.-Mr. C. F. Jack<;on, the irrepresii
hie 1)ry Goods merchant and general dealer
in fancies, furbelows, and fixtr. s, for thie
adornment of nature's fairest work-dear
woman-beiides the agent of Btuiterick'
Fashions, makes announcemeut this week
that he is "back" from the great markels.
His store on Main Street, Columbia, is sup
plie-l with all that can be asked for o- thoughit
f in his line. Visitors to the city are cor
dially invited to look in.
GoNE OVER.-Not "horse, foot and dra
zoons," reader, as many prominent as well
as lesser lights have d,ne--o the enemy, bt*
>nly over the way with "boots, shoes and
rogans.'' In plain words, the well known
irm of Ahramns & Metts, shoe dealers, have
'emovedi from their old stand to thait alme.st
mmediately opposite, andI lately orenpied by
T. M. Wi'lson. You catn't mistake the place.
and will know it readily by the big hoot be
rre the door.
CLOVERt IN SoUrTH CARtoLINA.-A curres
yondent writing from Pomtria, to the De.
>artment of Agricul:ure, Wash ington, reprne
:ents that exclu-ive cot:on cuilture is givinig
lace to more diversilied production. In evi
lntce that this section is adapted to the
;rowing~ of grasses, hec states that in 31ay
a-t. from 23 acres of stiff, red upland, he cur
10.000 pounds of finc red clover h.ty. Hi'
;ccess has occasiotned an extensive demantd
n this region for red clover seed.
Prof. D). F Wa lkcr, a native of Tennessee,
ut iate of Georgia. ex~hited 10 us some
ery fine specimens of petnmanship :they
tre unrivaled for can'es, grace andc pre.
-iion. Fron numerous notices in the pa
ers. shownl to us, and from theC testimony
f friendb who have known him for a long
ime, we are s..tis-fiedl tha:t his factihy of im
artng knowledge is equail to his skili itn ex
~cucrng. lIe is dlesirous of forming acls
n penmtanship in this place, aind hats alrt..dy
eeure-d a number of subscribers. Cacll oni
~im at Pool's Hotet His card will appear as
*ont aiv he- has obtained proper apartment:s
~or tchc'ing his classes.
Btlatnket,. Shawls Furs, Muff< and Cloaks. can
: tl>und at McFALL & POOL'S.
Uct. 9. 41-tf.
RELG OCS.-Thie Rev. 1Danici Gibbs. col
>red, o1 the General Assembly of the Uited
resbytian Churcit, paid us a visit ont S-it
irday last. Hiis object is to organize a
:hurch in this plaice, and having preached
>n Saturday night, as well its on Sunday in1
he Sciiool house to an attentive and respect
ible audience, atnd his mitsiont being favor
Lly entertained, lie has hope-s of building
ap a religious bondy here of' this denomitna
:ion. As patotr of a 'hurchi ini Liurens, to
vhichi charge he has returned for thie pres
mtr, he has no doubt proved very acceptable.
is ie is a mrant of intelligence and pleasing
idress. In a short time lie promises to be
>ick to Newherry in furtherance of the a bove
tamed laiudale object.
Tfus WE.THER -The past eaummer and~
all sea,on thius far in our vicinage has be
-markach!y dry. A fe w very moderate show
ers tonly hatving fallen at intervals. The "cn
>aiable dust was taken op Sunday andi
~onday last. by ai high wicid and 'narriedI
ver..where in volumtes. Sand h:as and
trs were formed ini the ears antd ey-es and
hboats ot p)edes'trians5 :o their great di-gust
Sotne local aTfecions prevail incidetto
he weather.-such ats catarrhal fever, cold.,
Olid probabi!i ties predicted a sudden change
-and it camte last nlight in a killing frot.
'e are told thiat ice was fotrmed.
Too) D..- the Btritisha Mcdi'e il Jorn!
ells a hio:rih!le story about false hair. I- is
ot pleasant to tell the laddits anythitng like
he lollowing, butt it can't be helped. lRead
that the learned doctor says:
Ever:; hamir in a f.dse fLdit endis wi:b
'nodo-in~;'' e.ch nlodo.)ty' cont Ia i-; tifty
'poro-permxs,"' and each psorospermn throws
>ff udinute spheree which become "pottdo
tanvice.'' Bt thciis l. by no means the end .
fa had mnatter. The pseudo-ntavicepa. it: a:
til-rooma contrainin:t fifty l.adict, ail with
hi spiarious tendrils, amount to 4i5,000.0j0,
rhich, w-hen inha.le'l, make their wriy into
h circui:i, and taring ont cardiac affec
Laml ? This is too had; bitt thea doesn'r real.
cir- somietir,os ,nrodtuce cardiac afTectiouis?
A Radicai meeting was iield on !:st 5.atur
,:i. It was intended to have been, as u-c
nderstand, the grand gathering if the cam
aign. The clans. how'ever, did not ene
.a in exp eea.ambe.rs: the g-an-i Hieuarchc.
we are told, is in sore need if it. Gen. uor
thington sp-oke hi his stead. We were not
present, but we are tnforied that his per
formance was more tbea:rical than ar guine
!ative. Senator Saw.%er replied !br a very
short time with his accu-tomed clearness and
vigor. fli-. remarks were cut short by the
arrival of the tr;.in on which he had to leaVe.
Worthington and some local spe;,kers fel
evidently relieved, sharing the field now al;
to them-elves. There was z;.w no fear of
contradiciion in regard to avy facts submit
ted to the audieiece. and the ge.tnr-s no
doubt became more coi,viiteing to the as
A distinguished scathiw:g remarked in aa
open harangue to a deligh:ed auditory on
Saturday last, from the Court ffOuse .teps
that it was not a qnest ion of hone.-ty or dis
honesty, or anything like that now, but one
of necessity. We mu<t stick to the party,
for there are hundreds of Ku Klux lovers,
an.] hundreds v,ho nave -lavery in the
hearts. It is no time now to ask if the catn
didaies are hone-t, we can over-loo, all that.
1'rue, honesty and veraciity are not a p.irt of
the stock and trade of the Moses adherents,
and the distinguislhed follower itiered a sen
timeit which cami: f rom his heart. The b.
ger the thief, the innre acceptable is he. Ile
might have saved his wind and credit, lo%
ever, for Moses i- the nan w:,o fills the bill
exactly. Of courset all who have received a
part of the $476,000 of pay cerltifietes aie
bought heart and soul. whi!e those who were
overlooked at th it time are waiting for the
next issite. .Nloes gobbles 'em all up -
Therefore we say the speaker might hive
saved his wicid and hi. credit, if he h.s any
of the latter.
A VIEW OF MATTER.-So far as rclnids
our town, it appears in a b.siness point of
view to be progre;ing. Cotton eoninues :o
come in. (inr merch::nts are doi:,g a respee
table business. Mech.iies are occupied at
work, and the peoplc seem to somce extent,
to be actuated by a desire to improve their
The sun shines as gloriouwly :s evei; teii
stars glitter anl twinkle in he tirnietc
with the same brilli incy as in l:iys of vire
the brerz.. of heaven f.t: our check. ai
pleasantly and gently a- in thie buoyceY of]
yout ; the rivuler-.ide and puri aot.- as
lan::,itigly and ro1icki-:Y over their pec
bly and 5andy bedZ as when ticy first gus!hedl1
But neverthelr-s this. the:*s a -omethivg
that seems to indicate glooi. There is not
that h!itlencs and chbeerfulce- th.:t viva
eity of spirit: that easy expression of coun
tenlance; that spright n,]ess Ond ea-tieity of
gait, wiicl speaks louder tl1.111 words, that
the mind and hwrt are at e e.
All !th is sad-very :.ad-but we live with
the expectation-if aill our cished hopes
are broken-;hat htter timjes are c'aming.
BLOOD WI.L AT.L - A ot labtlet10A
and ludieriu; incident occurrd( during the
speeeh of Friday a fterno.mn. The speaker hal
been elkquently hoIling forth for an hour at
least, ard the audience were at:entively fol
lowing, when in the rear a noi,e as of a
heavy body failing was &-card. All eves
were turned1 in that direerion, ad a h:rze
form, or a p.ir of large legs were seen mcerch
ed out. prono, stiff, Lotionhi--. with a eh ir
on top. The leg~s beloncged to tlie we'l known
b.dy of Matt. Gray. eo:>'ed, who, witha
nmber of hcis frien:ds, occupied the oute
edge of thce stage in rear of the speaker. 1
was thought life wacs extitner, that Mrct. wa
gone up, for the first effci s tio get him up
were bootless. Some one who knew bener,
and who knew where the pui-' was easily
reached, s!cippedi himc on thec place where !!!
te boys are commonly spacnked by thlir
nmammas. Sight signs of life necre show.
Thus encoiuraged, ano:hera and mcore vigor ous
ship was adincistered, and thce f,tllen body
dre'. in its legs and mccose, slowly to its feet
It wvas like a dlreacm to Mart., he remnembered
:othcinig. oay t'eit the st:inig of thce pow
erful sl.ips, and p ilcin oneo hcand onth
sorely tTfected part:,, acid cnorlcc-r tin tocpo
his heid , hie woke an rd reabz- d that his hat
was gone. 'Tie speacker siill wais ;;oincg on.
hut at: en:ion was divided . -'ie mc -.
hatt," gro(w ed M.:tt., "gi' me, me liar,"' two
or three t'mes repeated, acnd a slight eidenc
that the waked otc main was going ini on his
musclet was too mcuch for the spea':ker, sO
hec pan ed, and in a h:cppy way said, little
diversions were acceptabie at timies, ::s they
enabld pn',ie speak'ers:to rest :-n-i catch
their bret'hc. The hat beinlg re-ted!, :aid
lie smcarting pain: of the sc.cps getting he-.,
the slepy individual wa- p:evailed u; nt
sit down otnce more.
A SnoW WOnTri SEEING.-We are it re
ceipt of a letter fro;m the olest:-nd most pop
uar ofl the equ:tstrianr, tiymole: at.i zooloegi
c.dl mnacgers int A:nierie.t. Mr. .t,h i Rabin
sot. ini whieb we arce t:Jived :cn hi- C-cio
sai Coma ination enctertainmetnc t. cf Met::gec
re, Mci-etcmc, Acpaicnita :mcd Cirecus, iS c'n
:s wamy hitther, :rd wil -hcorv bewith tt
Tlher'e is no chIcs of our co:nmiaty buth
whit -:.-il rejoice in th:is iniformation, '.1
vying, acs it does. thit, beyoul al ques:ion.
te largest acid best exhibition in the world'
is to pay its a visit.
Mr. Robcin ion's hcas cavy been'l thn favo
tite and stancdacd Show ofc thce Southc. an-i al
others have sur.k into u:1eri im.ignhii:mneei
lie comnes to us tnow. acs we ace assucred by
our cot.tmpcoranesC ec' t:i p ras, ti: ever
hand, with ain exhciktion infinitely sc'ater
and gcrandoer tha a 'ny of h is firmer tTy.rt:
and ecmbodyinig a ''World's Fair"'of animatea
and inac mit: wonder'.
It is not oar province to consmercte hit
thocsmnd amcl one attr; iine, for thce cdver
tisenent- tcnd the bihls of the d.t, whiichc wi
shortly ce dispuiyed.cni .-pradc' brl:eac
thro.:hihe lc~ouintry icy the' mcciion wl:
onerate its fromi tile t:1.!-:. Bat e wil -i
lude. en pais-ant, to) htis co,! -e'cii of lIving~
red tSetr Licon-, Uromi tht. AImt.Woa se .: h
half a 0'ce' of Arm-:i' Sea!-. hic grea t Surna
tan ]h:ittoce:o4.-b:a ziu:th-i *ic.s hi
supedouS Gicn:&c. . recen: i:rotatio m -ma
his va't tcaru:. cf dcens antcit,tllIdt
ti ph-tiont with livinig spcimenfl the rtare
an.l -uri.,ca of eircic, -.acc n1 :cir. The
crhcpi ath le:c' atnd :rn m,. o 0:e tttC i
vc,rce. Me-:-rs. Key ancd tihcney. bye ilcor
ex:r.r. lnary -ki I acid dccrin::. ill to the
iuna-0tns ot thle cntertainme:: and te
'ii \ rnon of tihe uareta. M'lie Millie Ar
m tr, ieni Ithe iitcinag of her bean ty. andi
.cares qu--s:rtant -m.
wha - 3 vh . -a - -f no
, .i' cccci i c 't h a i :- 0 -if rot
'-ke n.'' a c rut t i-o e b ts :e
-mh- tc ' :J e .- ! thOt.le n ' r
,m n i h nni t-n' ce i. c hich
otan cot i . Icc i..-.t :. .
Th.e Orion Ci ' -a it' ar:ece tit
h p.fi'. In Bic thc- I m-e '.v' a~ mr -
:n a Cnstructon: trt' .: nmw pa" to
the main line. Trac i in . " at. erwe
cotience in flit di:eettioo cf S airtan
burg, and i is e:i tiat ne :;ind
Onle-Ilu-th mesper d:.v will be laid.
The Superinitendent itforms tas tha! six
tten tiiies ot trz:r, h-t- bwo.n 1::irl fr,,n
.S.:rtanhurg in. thi.; dil:-eti m.Fro -
tki i! will be seen that ot a fe wwe.
c.::n 1,:.p'b.)re :W. trk P trOv wi- h:
comilduteil to Sp:ammn.g :ind, mte s;.
paintendeNt , I m,nstru.-aion inf O:n, -.,
will be real fAr the c:S hQ the 1st of
Novembetr.-G,reenville Entterp ise.
Wirt the exceptiwn ol .\wz-s a.d Mllon,
the Mo.,s S'e ,ic:et i- Loipo.-cd rn
tir.-ly ol :nuba.o: F.-T,:,re is not a bliack
man on it.
'NEWB.1IRY, S C..lC'.heT 15 -COo)' 17:.
('.M1nI. erobe, r 1.- -Ct t40 n l7
.N.w YomK ()olwr 14-7 1'. M.-'Cort'm
firm-uphinds 19,-; i cn:0G-i'd 1*;'41i02.
iiAL"1ot:. Ocu>ber 11.-tou irum
.SrT)x, (e:obe2r I 4.'-Covon nte:ive
A UC 7STA tjetber 1 1 -C - _iC.m*-mLCid
too 6 ni-uplatrt, fI; i .ns 11.1
Ifrvon fee dl, dleponder-'.d:o'sy, -lei'i
tt. have frqncn r headaMhe. rimoti: TO:teS
ha.iy, rior apper-irv,:td to:;:ue io:teed, ott
aCre sut'ering from turphi- !H.-w, or iiu
Me,s " ti n: w;0: C're y, y. apily a
permntitly as Dr. Pic:ce's G,1den e_i-dwd
Go wiere you wii! Ap::whe,e in the U;i
tedc t.ei you wii! e:ere:.i-.t, of %dv--- -
ti-ig thri.u;6 31f->rs. 6co. P.!RbwdJi& Co's
AdIvtrl,i::g .\g.nvy. No. 41 1rk I. New
Yi'Il:. I!e nT:.!ne (t: hie f.'fie is in every
Town LnI vity. Tnrwu;ih thik atverri-ing
lit.,.e v .: e in reach ery wr,on in :e
U-iit.. They are :he b-sr otrga-zei htoue,
and the line,r ten to dea witi:.-Clari-n,
Harribrd, Cunti. r.
HAVE IT ALW..YS AT HAND.-Aeedents
will h:api.en inth h:-lis, re:t:tedl faImiie ,
andl for thik re:n ;:mo.i minny o'hers. iihe
MCsTANG LTX13f-.NT 'biid find i p!iv in'
the et.i1h ead of everv ioi ctotil ia the
wor!d Ohere: is nothi.;gcm :i. h :o i-. :t<:nm
app)lC-iiOn1 for cuwwco i:iis, burn<s,
spiasms, :m:d seahks arpi wh n evmy Waher
preparatiti th.It medi, i itigevuiyy( ci -t,
get', h:i fafl|,d to affford r-liecf in flh!ni:.
tism, neu . m:ia < ;l t roa;t, g l idia:r s-.1 eli
ings, intn-eular o r in,ea p,tooth
ade, &c., this pintrful am-t-inUnnatil.orV
;;ndIj pain-4e--trovii:: ag"ertt imiteditely :iF
-u its :ht suffere t;r'.ony mi ; eCv.-Toni:ly
:.CCtWnplishes a rilicial (ure. Pro') Mv ::: e
is mt a conno-sseur in hir-e ilh ir an
:inmear h:urem.;; i,-th land who doce< nor
kii.w, ei from perondt oiiherv:ation or
rclpqrs :h:.: :w M"Ast L immxNr th
supreic remudy f*.r ::i exiernal diseases aul
Knjum*eS of the htre. 1:.
The Ills that Fich are Heir to.
Are rnany., hu: a teiedy for tm al! is
furni,be- !.y n.!tture. ThLre :s . ou tlthat
for ev r dt't::- tlcre.- is at ai:titl e in ,i:e
vegetable kingt:oit. The aborigines wlere
the vieims ;f mny and loai-cie m.,la
,1i!-, ye: thwy found in ?he wik(!- or thwir
frewts rmeievs sure ant-owei Aerin;
on thik h D;U I. I U I T'S NAN:SA A!,'ILLA
ANi) EEN'S DELIGLT i,
public asa mor-t high1v conmietrmsi ve
j::he compound", poe ge xtiiwlinar y
pmer for lhe cure m ,ieum:sti-m, Neii r:lgia,
Ne tni 'eer ' IW-!u of the lb:nds,
E~i:iTlons~ o1 th "i i. Fern ik' Di-e.a es,
Live'r Cimpheint. Secomda'v S& philis, h
atei a:t-' :iti Bo o I puri:t t :in; :1t the s:ane
atti Mo h;tmle s th:it it m:ay be u-Cd. Dty
Wa itch 0out fr( Chill anid Fevter, t:ii pr
pae h ,teml for re..is: tg its att::ch by
u'ing l)k. lT it's Iive'r P'i!s.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye s !'sed in Et:r pe and
AI.I.L pr.o lov$g e'aima airh.se the
a:>! d.v Yf Novemb . i1t72.
3'ii d!MAN i'!'-F.
Land( For )Sal 1e.
L'ale:sdispo ie uf 'it privat h.!w!
Bia, ofet idi a.wey S C'." a:t ofetr-t
ino::, Sne-'!: o f :;: o;in.. Ch>oin. a. !t.e
Anyo:e of i tins oG>h 3m a ofe3
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P.isErD AW.iY.-T'i.f IS I! uAti ofV
tie o!t irthodl of)I t reti r h-. iO'i. )-g d
411d . C
U: . :eh > e m ! u . 1 :
th.: t :Gre i orde : i c ':e bh ( f:. .''
e-riv, ol ii sv:-:h :. T:: si : . r :
ioi : :h h - ofn. :.: -aa:i e:ic vo:
to :-r : . ..
Th4i' u .*r .>3 i:ee o Ho ::: ' - -.w
B it 1s :m : -:I :::thqc : :e v r .
:: n", 1 : . . p x
of smnim-r, ;s r,:!-tixe- a:i 'df--ee;, : it
( d, tr , .Iy S.v :
A ff :-.'' i
iN-e :i 00 i t :i do of, i ' o- a' er
,)I%a bo t .1ved. Throu !. ,Ih :.r ,
d o::MA :!: i3: :nin;, 'at t'v.h,cti aa h q.th
*r e . . i.cl:.1 r r;'' :-a v. II.t. l t
hc:e .. !a iti. :i.. l-r'ii liter h - a .i cr. i
4. :.M 1 , '..m t :O -r. ar ii'ii th in. :.:0 nib.
bw ore - nh:-,: t e: :
.: I :' 1 . . .'.:::. .: 3 a. .: :: N tie
-..r..:.... h:-i. at ::i- Iain tro
o a bfOr . a:- 'o! fr e: I "or
es. 1t iij) :i d . :s r.t ( e .i ':::i :01 e -
lii.1 , i i o :< o U :::-'o(lti r1 ai U LJi -::: c..r
o'S!~ WI I -iFEa
1 :: to 'mP ini 1:w w.a (I:* - ,
.md ,-'a:i l jaiI; l:v Li . .. ,i- d-n ea
by the pro,e ir., !o-:!! t::,Q. Th e ;.r
t.;o 1 a' !~ia . e
tWeXe cai "1!v lie ob' h --d i n bo::!. -. B.
ware of ii:-- 2mnaS bauot; Sol;, iv . le
gP n ii r in;1. '. i 4t- 1:n.
ASTINMA.--Any me,::ehcijtt- wt-h:ch wi l a!evi
be :.i :h o by Y ik.uan - bf s ro .
c,-u'- iur..b r. are t'ro t rs.a le !
.o .1c-:!. a wtitt: 'tt too it4 wo rden ui : r en
i's th. muo-! -ev.-e cas. j..st-uh 11ri.et, & Cv..
proUritoS IVGYAtLon.iH O
xFREE AD"vETIN..Fm ::i to
tiBe . e . . W . :'i v :, n i.-: ::
(j.%1'.1: T r vn s ; s I - i i or :I i r . e
of i,a',c . m. ch. w i' , : iv-r. is . :t.e y
I',- ~ ~ ~ la' " Val Iail! ! .
mer:iL,.-. :wd p;uilie enu a 1Vf!. - ;I ;:.%Qr
DON'T SLTCHT TOUR, TEETH I
I "c t1h .t u>on th-:;r abtr rf(he it ho:' t!e;t -
m..ch dNe*ri. i-tp "hein j :rnvct. :.: ;1 in1 orl:er
to do so . mI:. ua e ':e t h I:i>j#LL
i ti.tE ; ' ot.cv r :o :4 a .'Ay
WHO WIL L t:UFTER?-it i-n- .aya.
sinic lr. Tolii' Veho* N,ietma L i t wI ' asla ', b- -
f rt ti:t i u!1..li urra -:t I ,l it to ct. hr o ::
a-. is .o ' r'rei' t 1.-41S. r- la'. i
O:ft : e 1 ,4: in the;L( : . !oitk :md C i
a:d:t aiai 1.rit'a d. . .:d uy all r
X!apot. I , av iir I'luc. New -k.
FOR DYSPEPSIA. In i-.:e:iof
akt). w4 a a irve ive : ..-t t? ' er ::ci A Le.
andl -oter itermn.ttriot Pie. T e Furr.,1'htis
phorate", F . I t'(*:!'iI1%u. ln:dk byv s el
8 Az.rd, & ('0.. New Yvrk. and .-ld b), ai>r -
gi ts. i., the loa.,. un al a t-..ic *,br pI.
t;-:;t e ers fi;um 1ievitr or otlerc .e it
ui i Ta eq a 1r.
THURST'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH POW
DER.-4th lw.y art.e; k1Iow%: iIA e ;e:.m nu
':e-trving tie teo:.1 a.:: "Ums.
a V>r iat . i- c i>and _ z. c per bottle. F.
THE. Well & Co., New Yurk.
CHRISTADORO'S 1HAIR DYE. : tav,n' unrn
-;:-!!:-d ;th ' o i t vrm!. N u la. ir(:y l
ii mia tion a nyI!uv o:lxr. it is ti:e .ii;s,
fet.r i:d>ie ::d tfl*-.tin. ii::ir 1).e in th
wrkl. \vnua(tir . . N
Ii"'.-','-ieg iceNe Y rk
byc ia 'i d. 'iarra t a loy - ud th rba h
Lsi ow r-ro Cs.h, l'rteoii
has "'sar'.- 1oLi a - ?)e.tNew York.
SVP IoropumAuL:ed & e metp:L r
f Ot FFtyr. .ie.rhe.AuLe ypec. o
reptaton u te e:es ";u a < t tilmict:
o-i Uver.............mi!..in;o. 'hav 6eItwhi
3 'ri '.e pattu eri rm bci ovc-e
-77'. '' w Yo:2k
WE IIAE FREUENTL EAR - n,
the, :nthy wul o b with.ut.1.W
e:w.v' .W,4i; * -29 .m te nho'th
C. F. JACKSON
II a i : n > ,wo Nor:h(rn
1111o P, VI-I
FALL AND IN/IvTER?
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