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ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT,
Corrected, weekly by England & Bewley. bagging, 17 bale rope. 10 ? m bagging twine, 25 adamantine candles, 25-? 30. sperm candles, 45 ? 50 rio coffee, is ? 20 java coffee, 20 tea, co ? 1.00 rice, 6} ? 7 N. o. sugar, 11 @ 12} (c) coffee do. 11} ? 12 (b) do. do. 12} ?a) do. do. 13 ?18j crushed do. 14 loae^do. 14 ? 15 N. o. molasses, 05 west india do. 40 @ 45 salt, ^ sack, $2 25 cast steel, 22 ? 25 german steel, 14 ? 15 blister do, 10 ? 32* swede iron, 61 ? 7 english do. ? ? t } band do. ? 6} ? 7 sheet do. 0 ? 10 castings, 6} @ 10 nails, 5 ? c; rifle powder, $7 00 ? 7 50 blasting do. So 00 ? 5 50 lead, 9 ? 10 shot, ? bog, S2 25 ? 2 50 indigo, si 50 madder. 20 blue stone, Hi ? 18 linseed oil, $1 10 ? 1 25 train do. 90 ? 1 00 white lead, 25 lb kegs, s2 50 ? 2 75 french glass, 8 X 10. 3 00 ? 3 ~ do. do. 10 * 12, 3 50 ? 3 do. do. 12 X 14, 3 75 ? 4 00 mackerel, .in kits, No. 3. s3 2.r, do. " . " 2, 3 50 do. " " 1, 3 7i tobacco. 25 ? 50 yarn, $1 10 ? 1 20 i shirting, Si ? 9 osnaburgs, 11 ? 12} Country Produce. cotton, ' 9$ ?10} flour, "ft bbl., S8 00 wheat, 1 25 corn, 1 00 meal, 1 00 lard, 18 ? 20 tallow, 10 to' 121 butter, 15 eggs, 10 chickens, 10 to 12} bacon, hog round, 17 to 18 beeswan, 20 rags, 2.} peas, 95 ^IVIVOXJIVC JE3X1i:]N TS. For Clerk. We arc authorized to announce Capt. ii. r. vandiver as a candidate for Clerk of the Court at the next election. The friends of Col. F. A. IIOKK announce him a candidate for Clerk of the Court for Ander? son District at the next election. Jfcg- The many friends of ELIJAH WEBB, Esq., ?would announce him as a candidate for Clerk of tl e Court for Anderson District at the next election. To the Voters of Anderson District : "Many FniE.viis" have announced my name as a candidate for Clerk of the Court at the ensuing election, and it is due to them, as well as to the voters of the District generally, that I should make a response to the announcement. At the close of my last canvass, I stated publicly that I did not expect to be again a candidate, aud my purpose Tcmained unshaken until December last, when my situation was in mnny respects greatly changed? owing to my misfortune, which is known to the District. I was born and reared in this District, and am, perhaps, the oldest citizen of this town?have al? ways resided here, and hope that my bones may repose in her soil. I have received many favors from my fellow-citizens, and have tried to discharge <he trust they have so long confided to me with courtesy, zeal and strict fidelity. My past services And performance in the office is the best guarantee I can offer the District for a faithful discharge of its duties in the future. Many voters, therefore, and my friends generally, arc authorized to uso my name as a candidate for re-election. ELIJAH WEBB. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. THE undersigned on the 13ih of September A D., 1860, formed a copartnership for the purpose of conducting the Dry Goods and Grocery business in the town of Anderson, S. C, under" the name and style of SHAJRPE & WATSON. Said copartnership is without h'mitation, but may be terminated at any time bv.mutual consent. WILLIAM S. SHARPE. JOHN B. WATSON. Oct. 25. i860 11 tf GROCERIES! GROCERIES !! SUGAR, Coffee, Molasses, Salt, Gandlcs, Teas, Cheese, Tobacco, Starch, Caudics, Nuts, Soda, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Mackerel, &c, will be sold very cheap by SHARPE & WATSON. Oct. 25, 18g0 11 tf BAGGING AND ROPE, At SHARPE & WATSON'S. Nov. 1, 1860 12 tf IRON AND NAILS, At SHARPE & WATSON'S. Nov. 1, 1800 .12 tf CLOTHING! CLOTHING! A large and fresh stock of READY-MADE CLOTH? ING, consisting of Overcoats, Business Coats, Dress Coals, Black and Fancy Cnssiraere, Business and Satinet Pants, with a great variety of Vests. Linen and Marseille? Shirts, Gentlemen's Undervcsts and Drawers, will be sold very cheap at SHARPE & WATSON'S. Not. 1, 1860 12 tf Kerseys and Linseys. JAMES G. G1BBES k CO'S. Kerseys and Linseys and Osnaburgs, will te sold by us, or given in ex ebjyflg^j^jVool. It is useless for us to say any b^ve goods, a3 they speak for them SHARPE & WATSON. 12 tf cheap by Nov. 1, i860 Saddles and Leather. A good stock of Saddles and Hemlock Leather, Bridles, Girths, Bitts, &c, very cheap by SHARPE & WATSON. Nor. 1, 1860 12_ tf Hardware! Hardware! A large, well selected stock of HARDWARE, con? sisting of the following articles: Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Blacksmith Hammers, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Trace Chains, Tongue Chains, Stay Chains, Hooks and Hinges,^ Tea-ket? tles, Sad Irons, Hames, Horso Shoe Nails, Ac, ?ery cheap by SHARPE & WATSON. Not. 1, 1s?0 12 tf DRY GOODS! DEY GOODS! we respectfully invite the Ladies and Gentlemen of Anderson Village and District to an inspection of our Stock of ?(D?? <& IF???DM, Consisting of Ladies' Black and Fancy Dress Silks, All wool French DeLaines, with.a large stock of Fancy DeLaines, Fancy Poplins, Solid Merinos, Solid Cashmeres, Black Cashmeres, Black Alpacca, Fancy Plaids for ohildren, &c, with a large stock of MEN'S WEAR, Consisting of Cassimercs, Tweed.?. Satinet and n. C. Jeans, Tennessee truck for Trowsors, &c.; with a large stock of Calicoes. Plaids. Linsej', Gloves, Hosiery. Hair Oils, Extracts, Colognes, &c., All for sale cheap by SHARPE & WATSON. Nov. 1, I860 12 tf Furniture Ware-Rooms, Second Story of Masonic Building, ANDERSON C. H., S. C. THE undersigned have received an elegant assort? ment of FURNITURE of all kinds, which will be sold at the very lowest prices. We will keep constantly on hand a variety of Furniture of every style and finish, and respectfully invite inspection from the citizens of Anderson and surrounding country. Call and examine, and we will suit you both in price and quality. 31ai*l>le Yard AT ANDERSON C. H. AND PENDLFTON. Marble Slabs, Tombs, Monuments, Head Stones, &c, put up in the best style of workmanship and at reasonable prices. Letters cut at 3? cts. each; raised letters, 20 cents each. Mr. JOHN C. CHERRY is our authorized agent at Pcndleton. LEAVELL & WHITE, Anderson C. H. Aug. 21, 1800 2 ly SIX WEEKS LONGER! JOHN MILL WEE Has concluded to remain in Anderson until afier THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, In order to give every true Southerner an oppor? tunity of leaving their wives and sweetheart s one of his UNSURPASSED ?MBR0TYPES ! He will continue to lake Pictures at FIFTY UTS. ??y"- - Minute Men,"' HALF-u dollar. In case that Old Abe Lincoln is Elected, he will no longer be found pointing his camera at the faces of Carolina's brave sons und fair daugh? ters, but will slioutdcr'his old pun and point it at the hearts of abolition thieves and cut-throats I Oct. 18, 1800 10 CLOTHING. THE subscribers have a large Stock of Ready-ffiade Clothing, CO.nsisti.Vr. of COATS, PANTS AND VESTS, Which they will close outsat very LOW PRICES, FOR CASH, Or to punctual customers ON TIME. Call and examine our Stock before buying. Wo have also the celebrated COLDEX IIIIX SHIRTS. SLOAN & TOWERS. OC. 18, 1800 10 4: Cothran, Jeffers & Go,, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ?CHARLESTON, S. C. THE undersigned will continue the FACTORAGE arifl COMMISSION BUSINESS in this city. They beg leave to return their thanks to their friends for the liberal patronage extended to them, and io so? licit its continuance. Particular attention will be given to the silc of COTTON, FLOUR, GRAIN, &c, and to all busi ness entrusted to their care. WADE S. COTHRAN. HENRY L. JEFFERS, WM. II. JEFFERS. Charleston, Sept. 10, 1800 ">?3m Dissolution. THE copartnership heretofore existing under the name and style of II. B. & J. L. ARNOLD is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons in? debted to said firm will please make settlements with H. R. Arnold, as the notes and books of ac count^will remain in his hands for a short time only. So, now is the time to save cost. H. 15. ARNOLD, J. L. ARNOLD. Oct. 20, If GO 11 8t LIVERY STABLE. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the cit? izens of Anderson and surrounding countrv that his STABLE At tlio Old Stand is now open, with GOOD STOCK, where persons wanting anything in his line can be accommodated at SHORT NOTICE and LOW PRICES, for the CASH ONLY. A call is respectfully solicited, but no credit. H. B. ARNOLD. Oct. 23, 1800 11 8t NOTICE Is hereby given to all whom it mny concern that application will be made to the next. Legislature of South Carolina to alter and nmend the charter of incorporation of the town of Anderson in certain particulars. Aug. 28, 18G0 3 2m WANTED, FIVE HUNDRED BUSHELS OF ^Dried Apples and Peaches, By SLOAN & TOWERS. For wfrftrf! they will either give trade or cash. Sept. lSTTttfiti ? ; Gt DISSOLUTION. THE firm of OWEN & LAN' I - 1 ' .; dissolved by mutual consent. .... ? ? will continue the Confectionary and Fan ,. Go business at the same stand. Sept. 18, 18G0. S. II. OWEK. JOHN PETER BROWN, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity, OFFICE OVER W. S. SHARPE'S STORE, Anderson C. K., S. C. August 14, 1869 1 ly '5 No. 7 Granite Row, ANDERSON C. H., S. C. HAS just received a large and well selected Stock of Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, Such as Calicoes, DeLaines, Homespuns, Twills, Jeans, Fancy Dry Goods. GROCERIES*,. Such as Sugar, Coffee, Salt in seamless sacks, Mo? lasses, Liquors of all kinds and prices, Bagging and Rope, Raisins, Cheese, Powder, Shot and Lead, Tobacco and Scgars. CROCKERY, Such as Cups and Saucers, and every description of* Crockery. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, White Lead, Chemi? cals, Dye Stuffs. Indigo, Mndder, &c. All the above articles will be sold below the mar? ket prices. Come one, come all, and judge for yourselves. I make no boast, but I promise to sell cheaper for the same articles than can be bought in Ander? son. 1 have the Goods, and if I cannot sell them, I am determined to give them away. Call and examine my Stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I am certain I can give you entire satisfaction in both prices and quality. IS HAM W. TAYLOR. Oct. IS, 18G0 10 tf THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, H,am-ens District, IN EQUITY. Henrietta Irby, et al., "| vs. i- Bill for Partition. J. W. Harrington, Adm'r., ct a!. ) WILL BE SOLD, at Williamston, in Anderson District, On Wednesday the 7tli day of November next, the TRACT OF LAND described in the pleadings, containing about 40 acres, situated in the village of Williamston. Teems.?A credit of one. two, three and four years, in four equal annual instalments, with in? terest from the day of sale, payable annually. Purchaser to give bond, with two good sureties, and pay in cash the costs and for titles. B. R. CAMPBELL, ck.l.d. Oct. 15, 18G0 10 3t Fifth Annual Fair OF THE State Agricultural Society OF SOUTH CAROLINA, TO BE HELD AT COLUMBIA, On the 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th Nov., 1860. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE of the State Agricultural Society of South Carolina respectfully call the attention of the citizens of South Carolina, and the Southern States, to their approaching Ex? hibition. Premiums will be awarded for all articles of Ag? ricultural, Horticultural. Pomological and Mechan? ical interest, as well as for all articles of Lndics' Fancy Work and Domestic Economy, embraced in a very comprehensive Premium List, which can be obtained by application to R. J. GAGD, Secretary of the Society, at Fair Forest, S. C. or to lt. M. STOKES. Columbia, S. C. The benefits to the State, arising from those Annual Exhibitions, are beginning to be recognized now by almost overyb. dy, and the Committee feels confident in assuring \ isiiurs that they will be fully repaid for their investment. All articles intended exclusively for Exhibition, will be passed over the Railroads in South Carolina upon the same terms as'nt former Exhibitions. Exhibitors will please give notlco-rn itue season to the Railroad officers, of the number, the kind of animals, the point of shipment, &c. Visitors will go and return for one Fare. A. P. CALHOUN, ROBERT HARLEE. J. FOSTER MARSHALL, W. R. ROBERTSON, D. W. RAY, J. P. KINARD, R. J. GAGE, Executive Committee. Oct. 4r 18G0 8 Gt FRESH ARRIVALS! R wr.uhl respectfully announce to our friends ami the public generally, that we arc now receiving our usual supply oT fall tarn mmtm goods, To an examination of which we invite all, and feel confident that, we can suit any one in both Goods and prices. Call and see. SLOAN. SULLIVAN & CO., At the ?* Cheap Corner." Oct. 4, 1860 8 3t Grans, Pistols, &c. -:o: " LOOK OUT FOR COMING TIMES!" PAY a visit to F. BREDA'S GUN STORE, at Anderson C. II.. where you wiil find your choice in the greatest and finest variety that ever was brought to this State, as Rifles. Pistols by the bushel, Double Barrel Shot Guns, long barrels and small calibres of all description, Walking Canes of any quantity and quality. Ladies' Leather Baskets, and thousands other different Fancy Articles. F. BREDA. ' Oct. 4, 1SG0 8 lm MOORE & FEATHERST0N, Attorneys at Law. HAVE formed a copartnership for the praciico of Law in tho Western Circuit. Business cntsustcd tu Mieir care will be promptly attended to. The senior partner will also attend to any matter coming under tho jurisdiction of the Court of Equity. Office in Masonic Building, Anderson C. H., S. C. JOHN V. MOORE,.J. C. C. FEATIIERSTON. August 14, 1S50 I ly ANDERSON DIVISION, NO. 20. MEETS regularly on every Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. Members arc requested to be punctual in attendance. By order of the W. P. J C. C. FEATIIERSTON, R. S. Oct. 25, I860 11 ly JOCASSE LODGE, No. 18,1. 0. of 0. F. BQ?"Meets every FRIDAY NIGHT, at 7 o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall. The members arc required to be punctual in attendance. By order of the N. G. JAMES. A. HOYT, Secretary. Sept. 11, 1800 5 ly SHA V IN Cr, HAIR-DRESSING, &c. 3R. O B E 11 T 9? y.i M ;?? ae-- msi' ? . i u .? ? .idiya excepted ffc'r' ? a House. a.:.:. 2:>. ISOq . 3 100 ROES WANTED! THE subscriber will pay the highest Cash prices for ONE HUNDRED NEGROES, between the nges of 12 and 25 years. W. S. SMITH, Anderson C. H. Sept. 4, 1850 4 3m* EVINS & HUBBARD DEALERS IN ANDERSON C. H., S. C. THANKFUL for the patrounge heretofore given to this house, we would solicit ihe same in the future. Persons wishing to buy <3rervui?e A.x*tieles would find it to their interest to cull and examine our complete Stock of DRUGS. MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS VARNISHES. DYE-STUFFS. FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, &c. Hext Dom- ttf England & Bewley'a, On the Northeast corner of the public square. DO YOU WANT Fine Sharing or Toilet Soaps, Colognes, Toilet Wa? ters, Extracts and Essences, Hair Pomades or Oils, or any preparation for improving the Hair, Tce'ii, or Skin, call at ? EVINS'& HUBBARD?S DRUG STORE TO GET A GOOD ARTICLE. IF YOU WISH TO BUY Soda, Cream Tartir, Starch, Indigo, Madder, Bo? rax, Whiting, Glue, Sulphur, Alum, Copperas, Linseed Oil, White Lend, Train Oil, Lamp Oil. Sweet Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Alcohol, Seidlitz Powders, Yonst Powdor?, Pntty, Or A.nytlviug' Else Usually kept in a Drug Store, you can get it at FAIR PE1CES bv calling on EVINS & HUBBARD. Wiio have constantly on hand a full supply of all articles in their line. IF YOU WANT PURE WINES AND BRANDIES For medicinal purposes, you can obtain the very best brands at EYINS Ac IIUBBARD'S. We call particular attention to all Preparations made by us, which we guarantee to be of the PUREST MATERIALS. Country Physicians will find it to their advantage to call and examine our Stock and Prices. EVINS ? HUBBARD, Next door to England & Bcwlev, Anderson, S. C. Oct. 4, 18G0 8" tf Southerners, to your Post! MARCH!! MOORES & MAJOR WOULD respectfully invite the attention of the citizens ol Anderson and surrounding country to their large and well selected Stock of Of direct importation by Messrs. Hyatt, McBurney & Co., of Charleston, TOGETnen with a large sctply or Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, IEON, SALT, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Trunks, "Valises, Particular attention is invited to our large Stock of TOBACCO, &c, &c. Thanking the public generally for the liberal patronage extended to us, we solicit a continuance of the sane. N. B.?We are in the COTTON MARKET at all times. MOORES & MAJOR, No. .1 Granite Row, Anderson, S. C. Oct. 4, 18G0 8 tf SLOAN & TOWERS ARE nor receiving and opening their NEW STOCK cf Fall and Winter Goods, to which they invite the attention of all persons making purchases. It is useless to boast of our STOCK and LOW PRICES?this is too common in advert sing; but we will'say that our GOODS have beeil carefully selected, and that we are satis? fied that we can enter into honorable competition withany House in the place. Call in and try us, and judge for yourselves. Oct. 4, 18G0 ? 8 ? 3t ~~R?CK ISLAND CASSIMEEES AT SLOAN & TOWERS'. IT is unnecessary to recommend this Goods?it recommends itself: its durability and fast colorj arc known by all who have tried it. Try it, (you who have not.) and you will be satisfied of ike truth of the above. Oct. 4, 18G0 8 3t PATEONIZE Southern Manufactories! JUST RECEIVED AT SLOAN & TOWERS, a lot of KAOLIN CROCKERY WARE, manufactured in Edgcfield District, S. C. This Ware is nice and cheap?every one should buy it. Oct. 4, 1800 8 3t J. TV HORIsTE, MKBIilBSr? BMBTItT, ANDERSON C. H., S. C. Office?two doors west of Bleckley & Cray tons'. Aug. 14, 1860 1 ly COURTNEY, TENNENT & CO., D'arMtmrc, Cutlery (guns, &t.t 35 Hayne Street, Charleston, S. C. KEEP constantly on hand a large Stock of Plough SieVl and Nails of the b>st brand, at the lowest Cash prices. :?>.<;. I860 S ly I31ne riidg-e Railroad. ? ; e* Railroad leave 1 .i" tss rsesdays and ?- : at it :.i ? It; I" or: On *?! .nt: . ~ .? :-.i: "3 and 3 ? .. .iiji, at 1 o'clock; X' Hf. L.-.v- '..ud-rrU,? i. ...i . y?, Wednesdays and Fridayi immediately a..er the cars arrive from Bel ton. On Tuesday, Thursdays, and_ Saturdays, on the arrir?! of the cars from Columbia. OARS FRESH STOCK! T?ESH STOCK! Confectionary and THE undersigned having pnrchasod tbo-Slock-pf | Confectionafies and Fancy Goods of J. M. Fart low, would inform the public that he has now in stoie and is constantly receiving a full supply cfj articles in this line, such as CANDIES, RAISINS, NUTS-OF ALL KINDS, FRUITS, FRESH AND PRESERVED. OYSTERS, SARDINES. MACKEREL, GINGER, SPICE, PEPPER, TOBACCO AND CIGARS, ALiJ, PORTER, LAGER BEER, WINES OF ALL KINDS, SYRUPS, ic. Imi tlx? Fancy Goods Line We have an cstensive assortment, among which will be found Violins, Banjos, Accordions. Tambo rin.js; Hair Brushes, Nail and Tooth Brushes. Combs, Port Monnaies; Writing Paper, Pens, Ink, Envelopes r Percussion Caps, Buggy and Wagon Whips, and many other articles in this branch too numerous to mention. We invite the attention of the community gener? ally to our Stock, comprised of an extensive varie? ty and which will be sold at the most reasonable prices, for Cash only. SAMUEL IX.' owen Aug. 21. is30 2 tf Splendid YTholesale Stock of FttttiM MY ?????? HAMILTON EASTER & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF FOREIGN DRY GOODS, ON TOE UPPER FLOORS OF Noa. 199, 201 and 203, Baltimore Street, baltimore, Invite the altention of WHOLESALE BUYERS to their large and splendid assortment of FOREIGN DRY GOODS, psr* Entirely of their own Importation, Selected by one of the firm, in the >Xaiiiifactui*iiig' Districts of | europe, And which, in VARIETY OF ASSORTMENT. GOOD TASTE IN SELECTION and MODERATE PRICES cannot be excelled by any House in the UNITED STATES. Aug. 11, 1860 1 2m FARMENTEE & CAMPBELL'S SEWING 3IACHINES. (BOOTH'S PATENT.) THE subscribers call the attention of the public to the above Sewing Machines. These machines are reliable, simple, cheap and durable, and well adapted to sewing' different kinds of cloth?from the finest fabric to the coarsest plantation goods. It is wonderful the amount of labor They save. Ladies who have tried them, arc completely fasci? nated with the rapidity and neatness with which .their work is done. These Machines, now offered to the public of Anderson and Bickens Districts by ibe undersigned, through their regular agent, Mr. John Hammond, arc thought to be superior to anything of the kind yet offered in this market, whim you take into account the price, the simplicity of ihcir machinery, and the case of learning to sew on them. The learning to sew is often diffi? cult, but on these machines it is thought to be less so i ban on any machine the subscribers have seen. Price of Machine, SoO.00: Hemmer, S*.00. Tlr: Machine may be taken cither with or without the Hemmer, as the purchaser may desire. For further particulars apply to the subscribers, or aeent, at Anderson C. H.. S. C. L ?b- ATP. CATER, CHARLES GAILLIARD, HERBERT HAMMOND. Sept. 11. 1800. 5 ' If Closing Business. Selling off at prime Cost! DETERMINED TO CLOSE BUSINESS, I WILL OFFER 3Xy I_avgre Stock or 13 ?i Y GOODS AIS SLOTIIBfi AT NEW YORK COST. CALL AT NO. 1 GR?MTE E0W, And Convince Yourself. KRAKEE. i ? August H, 1860 i tf DENTAL CARD. Dr. rTkIFrOST, Surgeon Dentist, (late of charleston,) HAVING located in Anderson, offers his servicee to its citizens and vicinity in every branch of his profession. N. B.?Particular attention paid to the regula? tion of children's teeth. IQT Rooms over E. W. Brown's Store. Aug. 23, 1860 3 ly NOTICE Ij hereby given that application will be made *o fie next Legislature for an act incorporating the * Palmetto Riflemen,'' a volunteer military compa? ny to be formed at Anderson. Aug. 23, 1860 3 3m NOTICE. Application will be made *,o the next Legislature for c.n act to incorporate. Shiloh (Baptist) Church with the usual powers and privileges. Aug. 21, I860 2 8m SAM'L. H. OWEN .piONTINUES to repair Clocks, Watches and Jewelry at hU old ?Und. All work warranted. A-aff. 21, i860 ' 2 tf THE GLOBE, THE OFFICIAL PAPER OP CONGRESS. IPUBLISH now my annual Pn-specttm of THE DAILY GLOBE, and the COXtiRKSBIOXAL ulOBE. to remain subscribers, and inform thou* who may desire to- subscribe, that Congress will meet ou t he first Monday of nest December, when 1 shall resume publishing the above-named papers. They have been published so long, that most pub? lic men know their character, and therefore I deem it needless to give a minute account of the kind of matter they will contain.- " TnE DAILY GLOBE will contain a report of the Debates in bqth branches of Congress as taken down b}' reporters, cqueal, at least to any corpe of short har.d-writers in this, or in any other country. 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Ncwbcrry District being one of the richest Cotton Districts in South Carolina,'her people arcs large consumers of every kind .of merchandize. The CONSERYATIST, therefore, furnishes one of the best mediums in the State for advertisers, so far as Ncwbcrry.District is concerned, whilo it enjoys a fair circulation in the surrounding Districts. The terms for inserting advertisements arc certainly as reasonable as those of any other journal in the couhtry, especially when it is desired to advertise by contract. The CONSERYATIST numbers among its con? tributors gentlemen of the Srst talent and soundest political faith. With iheir assistance, the editor will endeavor to make his journal an acceptably and ever welcome family newspaper and lire-side companion. Tho political character of the paper is of the -trongest States Rights stamp. Believing that the Constitution under which the Confederacy ol&ftisT American States was formed, has been repeated'ly and grossly violate-.!,, and that "the Plimtatioa States" have been XKe only sufferers?that titifei;-' Union of these States is no longer a policy bounded on.tho principles of right and justice, but that the bond of Union is " the cohesive power of publie plunder "?the prcpri :-.--r. prefer that their joarnal shall rather see i ;out!iern Extremist than appear at: ur.c ulvocate of the Union as any price. TERMS.?7>r paper will be regularly mailed to subscribers oat -Ji the town of Newberry at the fol? lowing reasonable rate3 of subscription: One ccpy, yr. year, -. - $2.00 Three copies, " - - - - 5.00 Five copies, ... 8.00 Ten copies, - - - - 15.00 Twenty copies, ... 26.00 JSQp Tho money upon these terms always to b paid in advance. No paper will be discontinued until nil arrearage* arc paid, and no paper raailejfc nntil tho subscrip? tion price is received; unless at the option of the proprietors, when thp circumstances call for a dif? ferent course. All business communications should, b* addressed to tho Conservatist, Newberry, S. 0." Commu? nications intended for publication should be ad? dressed to the V Editor of the Conservatist." Aug. 28, 1860 3 tf THE BLUE RIDGE HERALD, A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ?PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT WALnALLA, So. Ca., MARSHALL & SMITH, EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. Term-,?One Dollar an*. A Half, Strletly IB ^ Advance. THE HEB ALD is devoted to Politics, Scienos-j and General Intelligence Without any party re? straints, and free from individual control, it is to be Independent in all things?neutral jn noi and with this motto, we hope so to conduct oar columns as will best encourage and foster the goofl, while we shall condemn and reprove the ati! Nor shall we neglect the family circle. It it onf purpose to make the HERALD a welcome visitor, and full of wholesome reading for the old and the young, the lady and the gentleman. In these at? tempts we shall need the assistance of the ladies, and we ask them now to give us a word, suited 1? sex and circumstances. As an advertising medium, we present the HERALD to the public, as enjoying equal facilities with our country cotemporaries. WARREN R. MARSHALL, FLETCHER SMITH, Editors & Proprietors. Angnst, 1860.