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Mr. A. H. Stephens tersely says: Th<
South does not want recnstrnction, but
Advices from Fall River, New York.
renort that the manufacturers have al
iiost decided to ran the cotton mills or:
short tinte, some reducing it to one-hali
and others to one-third.
Many New Orleans merchants are
conntermanding thei' orders at the
North frr goods. . If the planteri will
learn to feed themselves and put in small
crops of cotton, reconstruction would
very soon play out.
A beautiful illustrat ion of woman's
love has jnsl )een exhitited in Phila l
phia. A woman, to shield her husband.
who was ebarged with having- removed
th'v end of her nose, swore that Ahe bit
it off herself.
An Iowa paper reports the following
ns the actuna form of a warriage servie
in a town . in that Statt-: "Join your
right hands. Do you want one another"
(they both'answer "Yes.") "Well, then.
havi one another.-You're man and
Forney says the English girls are not
half as pretty as obrs, but they have
fhe "low sweet voice." And Fornev
hd better come home. We need him
1br the centennial, and the low, sweet
voice has played the deuce before now
with older and wiser men than he.
The great showman has married for
the -second time. He is sixty-seven and
his new spouse is twenty-six. After
the ceremony Mr. Barnum went to the
-ipodrome and walked once sound
.tle track, remarking with a smile that
that was his wedding trip.
Hforace Maynard, better know n as the
g-eat Naraga nsett, was n1om1inlatt for
Governor of Tenne,see by the Republi
can convention that met at Chattanooga,
on Wednesday last. The convention
refased to endorse the Civil Rights Bill.
Yet Horace avows zealous advocacy of
The Tribune sa;s with reference to
the recent rumors of a large shipment
of arms and animunition to the South.
that careful inquiry among the agents of
runufacturing compamlies and h:rge
dealers, show that in the m:in the re
ports have been unfounded.
'the war was fought for the restora
tion of the Union. The Union has been
restored. and yet a despotism which
Ri.ode Island would not stand. Louisi
ana is compelled to endure. That is
the fact. The grand tragedy will conic
come, after a while, and it may start at
the North.-A-ugusta Constitutionalist.
A Judge in Pennsylvania, in a recert
decision, says the principle embodied in
the Civil Rights Bills is condemned by
the laws of God and by the laws of na
ture. "Following the order ol Divine
Providence," he says, 4iuman authority
ougl not to compl these widely sepa
rate races to inleruix."
A letter, written by a lady at Varn
ville, on the line of the Port Roval Rail
road, about fifty miles from Augusta,
to a gentleman in this city, states that
it was rumored that the negroes there
had threatened to burn the houses of
the people. A ieport, however. that
00 "Georgia Tigers" were expected
om Augusta har put a quietus upon
T HE N ATT ER SE,rrED.-We knDew
very well and have said, says the PlAe
ni.x, that Gen. Kershiaw's friendls have
no intention to run liim for Governor
at the next election, if the ludepen
denit Republicans developed strength,
showed earnestness and would put up
a canididate who is uniexceptionable in
his stauding, character and surrounai
zorernmfent. General Kershaw, in re
spneto a telegram, has put the mat
ter at. rest by the following explieit
"So far as I am informed, all of us
heeare very clear that if the Inde
peudant Republican movement should
* amtount to anything serious, and if
dudge Greene be nominated anid ac
cepts the nomination, and if it shall
apuca~r evident that he shall run the
r:i-e to the end. it will be our best
* policy to support the nmovetuent-"
It is Not Generny Known
That the shortest possible route betweenu
the Soutth and Great West is through St.
Louis, over the 8:. Louis, Kaus:'s C:ty ud
N'orthe:u Short Line. Th is road baa gained
-st:ring importance by reasont of :inleose
epiires in the 1at two years, of over.
r'enents of r.oad-way, int relaying* ther
fi.e with best quality of new steel and ion
rai:c, on broad new ties, and sub<tituting
tor o,dinary cairs. new reclining chair coatch
es. elegantly carpeted and titred, w ith dress
ing tooms with toilet con,veniences for la.
das, gentleme.n and famnites traveling with
chil~dren, withent :tny extra chatrgc. This
li t nus six f.ist Rxpress tratins betwteen the
Minsissippi a::d Misuri Rivers, two more
thlan ay other road, and connects withg all
th gre:it Land Grant Roads in the W elt,
at.d has adopted all mecdern applianCes for
cafort, speed and sa.feguardts :ig:tinst acci
dLts,including. nigh,t andday watchm'enl,who
iispAct the roatd before and after the passage
oc.W comn hs otmlttgf each train to see that everything is in or
trip West to take the St. Louis, Katnsas City
and North:ern Shtort Line, it being thre only
lire tunning through cars between St. Lotmi
arol Omaaha, and for tickets over this excet
lent line we reter our readers to anyv ticket
nt utt selling throught tickets to the W est. For
map circulars and Trime tables address
et:h;rrJ. F. McCarthy, Cincinnati, 0.; or1P.
?. Groat, St. Louis, Mo., either of whomt
win furnish any information desired. 4-it
IcLEctic MiAAz1im.-The Eelectic for
*October contains an admirable portrait of
President NOAH P'ORTE.R, of Yale Colhec,
whirch the publisher anno.unces as the first
of series intded to include portraits ot
the most prominent educators and college
preteors throughout the country. A brief
ecJ:cria l sketch of P'resident PouTRzas lit:C
aceompanies the ponirart.
Th'e liecrary conten's are various and en
ter:a-inirg, as the following list of nrrieleg
wi.l show: Notlef's John of Barnevel; Di
piomtacy in the Sixteenth Century; The llattd
of St. Thomas; lien Jotnsori: 5far-Gautging;
Eer-.*cchel's Two Methods, hr Richard P'roe
ter The Ye:.r of the Rose, by bwtmburne;
Victor lHugo's R.,wance, by Leslie S-ephetn:
F,.utndtio" lloopital5 in Italy ; The Grotuping
of Plant.-'; Fbr fromi the Mcldding Cred hr.t
T'--4.ma lliardy, ChaptersXXXV, to XXX
Vii.: Alodern Socery: a Rely to Mr. \\al
h.ee; Uo:ncr's isc in Hlistory and in Ergvp
tier ZhronoOgy; Mehmebholin; The De,pths
(f the Sea: Khivat in 1873; A Word atbout
the weather; Yoices of the Dead; Pi esiient
The Edi:orti:!, Literatry, Scientific. and Mis
ceilenecus notes are, as usual, fresh and in
P'ublished by E. R. PELTox, 1C8 Fulton
StrNer, New-York. Terms, $5 a year; two
sopics, Single number, 4.5 cents.
T SctEsca or HEALTHt for October
of infat Mortli:y i Citie; and o-m
phoboru Meicoum;OurAmerican Girls;
Foular Physiology, with ilinstrations; Ven
ilio;A Dyspeptic A ppetite; Graham Flour
mantFine Flour; How to Keep Fruits
F e.sh, with practieal directions ; The Food
Qcestion: Rest and Steer,; Life Under the
Cror.nd; The Candy Curse; The Doctors on
Akaoho!; with the information contained in
th:e Talks with Correspondents and Voices
f:ow the People, ma:king up an excellent
nutmber of this usefal and popular magazine.
Oniv 20 cents, or $2,00 a year. The publish
er inDo-unces a "tRJAL TRIP'' of three
mo th,icluding the present number, for
g, ents. Address 3. R. WELLS, Publisher,
4380 road way, New York.
C HA1RLEsTON TO THE FnosT.-Atnong
ournew :-dvertisemets, is that of one of the
oldest establishmuents in this State. Estab
Jrhed in 1832, it lhas maintained the first
-place in its line of business. With large cx
xporience:and unsurpassed fa cilities, Messrs.
TWalker, 1Evans'& Cogswell are prepard: to
sauinl the- reputzwdon of thocir establishment.
Like A. T. Stewart, they believe in newspa-.
per advertising, and takc ibis means to an
nonee thant theybhave this season added very'
J jly to their stock of ty pe and machinery,
.arc bet ter prepared than ever to please'
ir customers. We wish them eviry she
TPOS. F. GRENEKER, EDITOR.
- - t
NEWBERRY, S. C.
WEDNESD)AY, SEP. 30, 1874.
A PAPERt FOR THE PEOPLE.
rite 1 cral1 is it tie highest respect a Fam
lv Newspaper. <1evoted to the imterial in
rersts of the people of thih County ia the
Snate. It vircubitcs exwiesively. atsi an
\ivertising :nia n:iti oft ur. tinrivan l aud
vat:tages. For Terms, see first page.
To the Conmervative Voters of
the Third Congressional Dis- -
At a meeting of the delegates to
the Nominating, Convention of the f
Conservative Voters of the Third s
C ingressional District, held at Belton,
Anderson County, on Tuesday, the
22nd day of September, instant, it I
was resolved --that this Convention do
adjourn to meet at Newbe.ry C. I .,
S. C., on Thuriday, the 8th of Octo- I
ber, at 5 o'clock, P. 3., and that the t
Counties of Richland, Anderson, A.- I
beville and Gceonce be reqiuested to
send delegates to said Convention on
the basis of their repreeuta:vtn, res
peetively, in the l1ouse of Represen- 1
tatives in thi- '
And said Couuties are hereby re
quested to be repieseit.d.
J. N. LPSCO.\ -3 President.
Rt. A. CuILD, Secretary.
ConservatiNe ipers i the Third
Congressionral Piztriet will please copy.
The Independent Moveient.
The determination on the part of
a large number of Republicans not to
stand by the ionjination of Mr.
Cbawberlaiu is becoming stronger
every day. County after county de
lcides againzt him, and the following
have notified the Chairman of the
State Exceutive (ouanittee that dde
gates wvil be sent to the State Conven
tion to meet in Charleston on Friday
niext, viz: Abbeville, Anderson, Beau- t
fort, Charleston, Chester, Chesterfield, t
Clareudon, Colleton, Darlington, Fair
field, Georgetown, Greenville, Hurry,
Kershaw, Lancaster, Lexington, Ma
rion. Marlboro', Piekeus, Riehland,
Sumter, Spartnburg and York--ma
king twenty-three out of the thirty
two counties in the State.t
Lire and Let Live.
Each member of a community is
depedent upon thle other, a mutual
a rounge and sympathy is essential
to all. Thde dealer in dry goods looks
to the grocery man to buy from him,
and rice ver.sa. and so on through all
tle trades and professions. If the
mer'dlant buys the farmer's cotton
and produce, he expects the latter to
purhase groceries and dry goods from I
i. The mechanic spends his little I
salary at home and lie likewise expects
his neighbors to patronize him by
either buying tile products of his skill
or by giving him employment. The
ewspaper, too, is largely dependent
upon the coaumunity; its main suste
nance andI supprt is looked for from
thC peopie whose interests it is ever
strivingz to build up. The force em
plyed by it must live, their wants are
qulto the wants of others, they a
have to wear clothes and eat food, and I
all of th. se tbingzs the dealer in goods
expects them to buy fronm him. And S
all this is natural and reasonable.
Live ad let live is the cardinal rule l
preached by all men. It is never the- I
less true though, that the rule is not
always practiced. There are tuen in
all omunlnities whose only thought ist
self-and how they can mnake the
must money, if an article can be ob
taiued abroad a few cents less on the
dollar than can be had at homie,a
strigtway an order is sent for thatt
article. It may be someI kind of
mtacinery, in ea-pentry or iron work,I
a cotton gin, a wagon, clothes press
safe it may be a coat, vest or pants,
barrel of .sugar, or perchance it may
ba little lot of printing is wanIted, t
and straighl1tway~ these men who want
everbdyl to r-ene:nber and buy fromI
them, se:d off and get their work ~
elswere without thte least regard to
the el:ims of thtose around thbem.
Away with all such inen. HIave we
n tt sk ih-d me chaie heti.~l re in our
mids, me of eniu andt'len, ex-o
pcrtS in their linte, good trailors, bt
pinting offices, where anthingor
everything can be had at very short
notice? We can point out instances
where every article needed outside of
the business piursued is sent for, and
the money for which is nleeded right
lere at home. These men are thle
loudest in their calls for patronage,
and strangte to say, too, in a large
measure thtey ge i. It is not un:
ommon. too, that articles ordered
ro abroad cost more thani they
would at home in delay, mistakes, ex
pressage, &c., yet the practice is per
evered in, and honest, persevering
fort are disappointed, and mn who
might succeed in building up a business
and reputation and making comforta.
able supports for their families, 1:ave
their noes kept down to the grind
tonIes all their lives, and Je at last
in poverty, unwept, unhonored and
usung, unless they are able to raise t
means to shake the dust from off their
feet ad move to some other place
where they will be better appreciated,
fwietemnwo r epnii'
fil ths mss wlho andle esposbe
r- a e men makh and live in nage.
At leugth the troubles in Edgetiel
ppear to be -ver. The notorict
e:-H lu. wi-elv conleited to Sen
is soldiers homiie. feeline satisfied ti
ny continuance of their warlike att
Ud, wo,uld only bring them to grie
le Whitt citiZCIs acted with t0:
amost prudviece, notwitistauding tl1
re;t provoc-tiols to m1ake them fo
-t the forbear:,nce whieh has chara
:rized the whites all over the St:t
itodersitnihr circumstances. Gener;
3atler, tt. is eutitled to high regar
n re1training those Who placed thei
Avus unoler his coumand. Ten-mn
vas clvthed in the full uniform of
:.ited Stt: Captaiii. and was splei
i:ly nomnted, the horse, saddle :in
iridle being a present from Go,
4oses. The negroes numbered fot
intAred, the whites about the saui
Fst after the dispersion of tih
orner. a uegro militia company eight
troug. under command of Par
iwpkins. reached the vicinity
,se's Store, but fiiding Tenant an
is militia dissolved, they count(
aarched and returned back to ti
iliue of Ed,-efield. A written agre
menit has been signed by Tenant n(
tap a drum or assemble the negro4
t any time in rhe future without il
orinig some responsible whi:e wal
It is in:ended by the whit,:s aft<
eCurin'r possession of the arms no
iAd bv the i:e-roes to box them L
ad send themi: to the authorities
:l u lumlbi-a.
The latest in regard to affairs in tl
,tte of Louisiana is that instructioi
ave been given to procced prompt'
gainst persons who have violated t]
aw-that of course does not incloo
Cellogg or any of his vartv, Kello
ias instructed the police to be ready
ake a seizure of arms, and the Unit(
states troops are ordered to assist
ceessary. The White Leagues declai
hat if the police make a search the
vill be fired upon. This matter is u
ler discursion by the State authoritie
lhe White Leagi!- movemcnt is sprea<
ng throughout the State, and they wi
iot be dissolved until after the electioi
wery day Kellogg is threatened wil
.;sassination. The excitement is i:
ense, and the complication continr
o grow greater.
President Grant has said: "I a
letermined that any man from an
vhere shall be safe anywhere in Loui
FOR THE hEXALD.
MlR. EDITo.-We purpose to n
ice the condition of our country
nore particularly our own County.
It was our belief two years ago tn
efore this time we would have wi
iessed a greater finaucial crisis tht
as been the ease, but we predict, u
ess a very great chauge takes place
he operations of the farti, it mu
ome, and that very soon.
One among the many evils of whic
e have to complain is the hack
nery and industry amongz our whi
iopulation. The disposition to shii
he plow is too great to insure tI
rosperity for which we have be<
ying on our backs and hoping fc
ver until every man in the counti
ddrsses himself vigorously to d
fork of the farm w~ill the conditih
ecome any better. Croak less ar
Experience has demonstrated tU
ct to us that in pursuing the presei
ystem of farming it will prove ii
rronous one. Sow sMall grainsi
bundance. and as it is the time !<
owing oats, barley. rye, elever and tU
asses, we say to oiur people, go:
-take hold of the piow handle
how your in dependence. prove to tl
ountry tha:t we arc not dependent c
he grauaries of th.e Northwest for ti
read we cat. and ti:e pack ing housi
f St. Louis for the bacon consumetc
en by our owen fand!;es.
Circumsrihe the area for cotto:n
lake manure ! Leave no stone us
urned to have your fencing uud<
We proose to show hereafter thn
:bor is dependen:t on capital the worl
ver. except in the Southern State
zid that seven months' labor out
he twelve is not sufficient to secure
cecut living. WAT
FOR THE HERALD.
SAT.rnA MIr.s, S. C.,
Se ptember 20, 1874.
U )san IIERA I!: We again endeav<
let yon hear from this part of Nei
erry. T1he f:armers have began tI
arvest of corn anid cotton. They see;
a be a little discouraged, as there
mefalling off of the crops. hut we
Lot think it will be so much as th<
.ticipate. They think there will 1
Lhout one-thiird fall ofl oif cotton.
lhere wvas too onehl rain in the Sprit
or gray h:mds and it took the rust; ar
lien during the summer, there wvas n
no gh. T1he corn has suffered a gre
lea! for ran (and some of it for worls
think. though, that there will be tt
rably fair crops gathered. Th1is pa
>f the country has been blest laitter
vith seasonable rains.
We are still wvorking for Temperanc
)ur Lodge of G. T.'s is still growin
epet we will be prepared to et
3ro. L. R. Marshall down in a f
reeks to organize a lodge at St. Lukt
hurch. I do hope the citizens of ti
ountry will kee p the D. G. W. C.
md G. W. C. T. busy organizir
odges. if the people would just thiu
or one moment of the evils that ari
'rom intemperance, they would give
heir influence. I shall here give a fc
>f them. 1st. It brings on disordei
nd. Which prevents their usefulnc
s worthy members in society. 3r
shortens their days, which is a speci
>f murder, the most heinous of:
:rimes. 4th. A bad example befo
>thers. 5th. Procures a family scand:
ih. Money is laid out for that which
,vorse than if thrown in the fire, 7t
WVhich prevents their useful ness
:haritable men. 8th. Is a breaceh
sod's law. 9th. Quenches the Divi,
ppirit. 10th. Exposes families to wax
.1th. Liability of making burdens
he country. 12th. Deprives men
he power of reason. 13th. Whi
nakes them liable to injure friends ax
ommit every horrid depredation.
Dear readers, please read the fif
hpter of Galatians, 1st Corinthiar
thh chapler and 10th verse-see wb
t. Paul says about drunkemiess.
We publish with pleasure the card
d herewith appended which we have re
s ceived from Col. Hammett. It will
d explain itself:
t OFFICE OF THE
PIEDMONT MANUFACTURING Co.,
. Greenville. S. C., Sept. 24th, 1874.
e The Corner-Stone of the main build
e in- of the Piedmont Cotton Mill will
be laid on Saturday, October 3d, pr.x.,
at 11 o'clock, A. M. The Stone will
be laid by the M:sonieFrateruity with
1 the ceremonics of the Order, after
d Which the dav may be spent on the
- premises as a Pic-Nie occasion. The
t Stockholders of the Company with
a their families, together with all friends
of the euterprise, are respectfully iu
d vited to be present. The Ladies are
. specially and cordially invited. The
r trains pass Piedmont Station at such
1 times as to accowiodate most persons
c who may desire to attend and return
y the same day.
11. P. HAMMFTT,
>f Pres't and Treas r.
d - -
FoR THE Iii'tALD'
e MOUNT PLEASANT,
21st Sept., 1874.
I EDITOR "IIERAI.D."-Our planters
s tud farmers, having scme time since
aid by their cr11i h-y lliv, had
miore lvisure for rerion and fshing,
r and er:rd>s to 1i is ab(fut
v !'>ul' i.:yv. I.:. ven:der Po' int a:nd othe r
p f:irn,us lishingt ::dl shooti::g grundsiJ
it hv been :uch in !e recently.
I Iaulin.;~ th tcseine, t:Io, obta:11 insr mongr
others who carie li:tle fir the wetting,
and bear goid humoredly the mishaps
e incident thereti. :a:d those f;aniliar
with the haunts of the !pecies of
Srustacea, Yelept stone crab.4. so much
eadmilred by cpicures. and who kiiow
i how to handle theI, find their sport
o in the capture and subsequeut dewoli
d tiou of theze titbits.
i Some of the farieri have coim
e ineiced -breakiiig in" corn, and it
more of that valuable cereal had been
planted. than there was, it would have
. been better for the country at large.
11 IN TiE CiTY.
I trust you will bear with me and
permit me to reader my poor tribute
in the description of a visit lately
made to that admirable institution,
n known as the "Holy Communion In
stitute" in Canuonsboro', inaugurated
by the wonderful energy and untiring
zeal of that useful servant of his Lord
-the Rev. A. Toomer Porter. Amid
atrials and discouragenments enough to
-- appal a heart less stout, nd so soon
after we had passed the disastrous
tordeal of the war. his efforts eubinina
t ted inl tihe opening of the "Home" on
n the 1st of .January, 1868. In -his
- own words "-it was beguil in faiith, and
in with a steadfast reliance on the Divine
st armi, it has continued to this day."
The object is to give the opportunity
hI of a good education, together with
f careful moral and religious traini ng to
e the sons of that portion of our people
k deeply interested in the future of
ec their childreil, but who from the re.
n suIts of the war, have been deprived
r. of the means of advancing their
y wishes. It hasbeen hitherto sustained
e by the Christian liberality of friends
n at the North, anid while that interest
d still continues, it is the duty of cur
e people at home to lend their aid and
a hold up the hands of those kind
n friends who have so nobly steered the
" bark through the breakers and storms
>r trhich so easily beset them. While it
i s under the influence of the Protestant
,Episcopal Church its advantages are
e open to all denominations of christians.
n 'The i"Home" is under the control
e of the Rector, the 1Rev. Mr. Porter,
but Mr. John Gadsden, as Principal,
has charge and direction of both
Home and School. Miss S. S. Sea
brook, the Matron, has charge of the
rhousehold and culinary department,
tand many a sick boy, sighing for the
d soft haud of his mother, has expe
. rienced from her kiud offices, those
attentions and kindnesses which can
aonyb administered by the softer
The Parochial School attached to
the Home, is not alone intended for
its inmates, but also for day scholars,
and its hours conformu to those usual
inher city schools. The depart
nments are two-the English and
-Classical. The session is divided into
two terms, the Easter and Christ
mains, five months each-commencing
on 1st of October, and terminates the
> last Friday in July. As to discipline,
corporal punishmient is rarely resorted
to), aned then only among the younger
ones in very marked cases of disorder
-the effort is to niake the offender
.) realize that lie has been gulty of a
- rong, anid that the consequences he
rt Ihas entailed on himself by his act,
y jdoes not atone for the offence, but seals
e.its t':ondemnation. ~ teimiae
iof the Home were 98. and of day
w Ischolars the attendance was 120, the
total number being 218. The to)ta!
1e Iof inmates of thle Home, since the
-opening on 1st of January, 1868.
Sreaches the number of 251.
Of th "old boys," twenty were
16 prepared for college-of this number,
w twelve were sent to Northern colleges,
-, four to Southern anid four did not
ss apply. In addition eight or ten day
d. scholars were carried through a full
2 lassical course, of whom four accomi
re panied the others to Northern colleges.
a. Besides the Principal, there are fivo
isifenmale teachers and one male-the
h. Bishop of the Diocese is ex oflicio
a Visitor, the Board of Trustees consists
ftof seven gentlemen of the highest
t repecabiityand influence, and the
nPhysiciain of the Home is that affable,
of accomplished and skillful practitioner,
h Dr. WV. T. Wragg. This is now the
id seventh year of its establishment, and
with sneh a corps of assistants, and
th -the countenance of such men, its sue
ess with the Divine favor, is almost.,
i accomplished fact. '
The Blaek Suit.
The Louisville Courier-Jo-trn
makes tilc following good point:
The South has lost on the bla<
!uit always, and always will. V
cannot win on it; the very color seer
fatal to us. All that we can hope
do with the negro is to keep him o
of disturbances; and we can only <
this by subjecting him to the opei
tions of a strictly impartial justic
drilling ourselves into especial f<
bearatce during this probatory perio
We want to let him alone, severe]
We have not done this. We ha
allowed him to be molested by vap
bonds no better than himself until
has becoine a professional martyr ai
never-failing Radical resource. T
pen::hy is continued defeat in t
North, where the fight is to be mnad
and this penalty we shall present
pay, aeemiunp:miiLd by the additior
hrrdships of niilitary interferetice
STAGE ROBBERRy IN ARKANS.
-Passengers from Hot Springs, w
arrived here on the 1Sth inst., rept
that about Lalf-past 9 o'clock r.
yesterday the stages running betwe
Malvern and Hut Springs were ov<
hauled by four inen and th; pnssc
gers r,bbd. Malvern is a stoppi
place on the Inn Mountain and Sout
ern railroad. forty-three miles south
ohis eity. It requ:red f:ve stages to e:
ty the papsengers. ig:inre and ma1
to the springs vntrday, and while
the way they beame s -parated. T
first stage w:s st,-pped :b,ut thi
miles from the spring.. T hi: ta
driver rceoanized two of the ne n
bing the saie who ribbed the 11
Springs stage last spring, andw
were part of the G-id's Ilifl rolers.
They presented guns and pi,tols
the usual style, ude the driv-r Q
mount :mid the pa. 'vrsgt (-)
'hev tihen Went thr ' )ugh.1 e:t: 0
septrately, taking their money a
The ladies and several invalids wt
not disturbed. After getting throu
the driver was ordered to put out t
li(hts and unhitch his horses. T1
done one mau was left to guard t
party. while the other three wen
few yards in the rear and waited
the next stage, and it and all I
others were treated in a siiilar in:
tier. Aftc:r the last stage had be
robbed, the highwaymen opened
box of grapes and invited the lad
to partake. The robbers obtair
about $2,000 and several watches.
The express was not touched.
.i1'ew X &Tiscellaneous.
Lost, on Wednesday last, between
Court House and Beth Eden Chureb
package of Insurance and other pap
Any oue finding said pipers and leav
them at this ottice, will confter a favor
the proprietor of tis paper.
A reward will be given if required.
THEI GRIN OPENlb
McFALL & PO0L'E
Emporium of FASHIO3
00m898 TINs Day!
And Will Continue Wi
In~ all the Latest N
BRIIN Til SEAM8
Everything New and Eiegan
FULL TOILETS FOR LADIES,
As well as
Gentlemen's Piece Goot
Consisting of CLOTHS,
CASSMERS, atnd FURN18III
Goods of all kinds.
Our stock is lar;.e, consisting of et
article in our two lin,es--\illinery and
Goods-and havec been bought with c.
and as we are determined to give sati,
faction to every one, both in qii:il.t
goods and price.<, we resp,ectfiully siobenj
early visit Irom our friends and customn
Our TERMS are STRICTLY CAsi[ fl
and after this date.
sept 3n' 39 tf McFALL & Pol
Prsuint to the or.ier of ihe Hlon. Ja:
C. Laihy, Judge of th~e Court of 'r,sb
we aili sell,
On Friday, the 0th Day of Xow~
at the residence of the late Michael She
near Hioly's Fer:y, all the Personal I
pert! of sai I deceased, consisting of
Cows and Calves.
Farming Im plements.
Household and Kitch
Furniture, etc., etc.
Also, that fine Steam E
Terms of Sale-CASH.;
TOU~NG JoHNl POPE
AA F. LANGFORDI
As Executors last will and testament
ichael Sheely, dec'd. 2 9
an en mL
1871 FL.L AX
a t R.
e, Are now opening the largE
a stock of
Ta ITS AM GENJ8
That can be found in the Cit
IN OUR CUSTOT
We have a full line of FOR]
al SIMERES and VESTINGS
der in the best manner, and
All orders will have best
s. Goods sent C. 0. D., subje
n- - H v JM LI
AS A SPEOL
lisAT THLE S8]
-0 THE LADY EX III
BEST VARIETY OF
AT THE S
Send your orders as once
L. H. ]
Rt MANAGING AGEI
Highest Award in the E
North, East, W
For Churches, Par:
On the 1 st of October nex1
MANUFACTORY OF SI
th THE PALM
Made of the best mate:
chants, Granges and Clubs,
-PRICES. Young men if you
fitting Shirt, send us your<
All persons indebte<
Is, to us in anywise what
ever, must come u]
and settle at once, a
( money we want an<
money we must an<
will have. Our red
7 headed, freckled face<
tr man is on the war path
'3 Take warning and set
c'M'FALL & POOL
-A. B. MORRISON,
NEWBERiRY, S. C.
lT.iving pe.rnmi.-itly located ini Newbe
y,I repe[ciully inform the citzenu of th
tow. and sur-d: country, that I al
prep. rI di to eecLi:: all orders whieb ma
b, e enitrusted to) u- in my line. 31v lon
ru- experience as a Melrchanit Tailor, makes mi
cofiudent tha:t I will::i 'e e:ir aiio SLfj.ctiot
and) El I ask isa fair ri na ting in
bleitt style', and .d!l work d-2nt in the lit.
1riee ot I;.sIlle5 ov'er Cipt. J. F. speek
We are now offering
New McClellan saddles, fromi 3. 50 to je
HIarness, fr,om $15 to $5'i.
SCollars, 11og Skini, at 75c. to $c1.25 cach
Plow Bridles ~it$10 per dozen.
Fine sommiersetts and shaltoe Saddie
. ade to order.
Give us a call We manufacture, heae
our low prices.
CHAPEAU & HEFFRION,
o' . 68 MEETING STREET,
&. CHARLESTON, S. C.
IIA, S. C.
st, ost elegant and stlisih
IGN and DOMESTIC CAS
which we are making to or
ct to inspection. Se1.
, JACHINE ,
FING l'HE LARGEST AND
WORK DONE ON THE
iT AT NEWBERRY,
timation of the People, South,
et, and in Europe.
torS, a:e., kept for sale.
:, we will open A SOUTHERN
rial. will be furnished to Mer
at NEW YouR WHOLESALE
want an easy wearing aml~n niet
rder for TIlE PALMETTO
i Agents for South Carolina.
Street, Columbia, S
J.y' virtue of' authority~ vested ini inc a.
Coun4)tyl Chiairmaun of thIe U.n ioni Repulic jan
Par1tvf NI ewb erry Couty, I hereby give
1no1 ice thal-t a1 Conet n ! or the ',n ion Re-.
1.1blin Pat v Ne wherry Conunty, will be
hIb atn th Ibge -chool lIouse, at Newher.
O y on Wdnesday, thie 14th day; of Ocbr.
1% 1t laO'clock. n. m1.. Ior the4 purp)0oe of
1)1 nmiig the following County 1 mheers.
3 owi't : neJug 'oobte:1 ene Scibool
of 1:epiesent:It)ves of the 4 eneral Ass.embly;
th(oiit mi'siners, andli one) (oro
1e(, to be vtedt' for at the aIppro:iehing elee
on .) .a*ke4lac:Ie on Tued. Sthe :li d*Iay of
November, it.. Thel folown 'w ill~v be the
,raitio 01 reproesen;aition of th cvarious Pre
e1inets to the Countty 4<-onven'tion, to- wit:
P reclit No. 1. wil elect nilineteen delega!e.es
and~ ol ts mnee tiat the l loge Schl:t
louIe-1 Precinet No :, will elect seven dele-.
Cr os it:.s. No.3:. Witl *.ec t seven el e -
No. 4,t wi ele'ct televen 4elegates, lnd hold
it. meet&ing at (CdarGrove Not..>. n alt *eleet
six delgates.and) hld its tneel ig at .Ja
hipll. No .wll elect ten delegtes . and4
elet eigh't delega tes, amt hold its meliet.
ing at1 W illia'I. ."tore No. S. will elet niie
delegates. andt hoh!. it-s mIeet ing at .1 lary
deIlegt.et4. and 4 hold imeet ing:at t $0cho).
I on-e. No. I, will elect eight t ielega:te,
plce. No. I;. wi) elect ':x delegaites. andt
Th le vaiI'ous 1rtwi::ets w!il hold their~ melet
nI ''ni the 12th tlay of Ur4t4:ber, P1. at 12
elt a Mt .1..-13EON YOUNG,
Chirma llipublicani Party. Newbv1erry
n Coui'y. ep. 5',3'J'-2t.
e Y\ON. R. \ & C0,
COT TON BUY ERS,
will lahvs P.' Y TH E IGIUEST MA R.
. KET PRIC'E4 FoR iOTTl)N, andl also
ma.ke LIBER.AL AlIiv. NCES :opate
n i.hing to shrip to either New York, Do-.
I tOn or Chaurle::oa.
Paties wishing to STORE COTTON will
(o wtei! to call on M ESSRS. JNO. E. wVEBE
& co., who will s:ore Ont the most reason
.ablet termns, also insure when desired.
Sep. 23, 38-rf.
Clorer and Girass Seed.
IR ED CLOVER SEED.
| LCCt-RNE SEED.
oRGh'iARD) GRASS SEED.
Now in store at
S. P. BOOZER & CO.'S.
Fro:n: 1.5th September to 15th October,
is thle best time in ow above seeds.
Sep. 16, 37-3t.
POSITIVLY THE O
THAT WILL EX
uringz the Traveling S
Lf 1IGUX RI
G- ]a E I
AIdispitably the Largest Fxhi
Thousands of Living Animal
Myriads of Birds, Colol
Schools of Amph
No IMPOSSIDILITIES PNiE GUAI i
L;1*N,I' (A. THIE MONEY
OUR MATCH1LE SS0 1
EMBPACES TEE LARGEST AN
IN T!:E WulLID. CONT.INING LIV
d'| if ( t 'i i tiCG* 1J: NZ c'. 1U
'fThe Iale 1i11 fA" If I od
Among w&i h are the fll . Special N0VC
r MAR WOEYLL TE
y;g WIL EXIsiT .T E ACH PL.AC
A HERD OF LIVIE
In addition to w
~STIC0T LY 1il
TWO MAMMOTH BANS
DOORS OPEN AT 12.3(
Arrangemnents have been mnade
OF RAILWAY for ROUXND TI
all the trains from all stations, to
visiting the GREATEST SHOW
day it exhibits in this city. 19
COLUM vBIA, Wednesday, Oct
Admissioun 75 Cents ; Children
LY LARGE SNOW
eason of 1874.
bitiun in the World.
ies of Monkeys,
ibia, Miles of" Reptiles.
TEE To EXIIIWT .\LL WE REPRE
D KCST COKPLETE
( and AQuARIUM
ING SPECIMENS OF QUI
tl ko -4 1iito tile Ark,
hIad cO?iunanded Noah."
whih w e Guar7 nte to Exhibit, OR
[ESE LINES. 3
STli H EA.T SilOW VISITS
G GIR AFFES,
Back Sumai:ran Rhinoceros V
12 FEET 11hGH!
3i Horned and 3 Eyed
Bovine from the Holy
THE ONLY ONE EVER EXHIBITED!
are Not Owned or Con
hich is the
[AL CIR CUS!
) AND 6.30 P. M.
with ALL T HE LINES
(IP TICKETS. good onl
enable parties desirous of
'ON EARTH daring the
Don't forget the date.
DAY, OCT. 20.
:ober 2 1st. Llpe
Under 10 Years 50 Ctsg, a
,-it,ionl made top