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We invit attention to the vAMu car-d &a ad
vertisements in tonday's paper.
We were sag in hope to bw able this we*- to
announce the arrival of our press and an enlarge
%nentof the Herald by te net issue, but t*e fates
are adverse. The pse. according to pr.mise
should have arrived on Monday. e deay is n
fortunate, but unavoidable}; we trust bIever that
tn a few days it wiB arrive.
We are under a thousand obligations to our
frienld Mr. DeFontalne,of the ColumiaCarolnian,
for the many substantial favors Litely extended
=, which we shall not forget;: also to lis po
lite and gentlemanly assistan Kessts. Stokes,,
Scott, Bremer, Davis, &c. Wo were much grati
led to notice on a late visi. the admirable an
rangement of the Caroliniag.orec, its system, and
complete adaptability for the ra l:xection of
ail kinds of printing. The Carq MaW, too, is en%
joying a fine reputation, and a weli deserved sur?%
cess and we recomWe.d it t. our patrons 4a oe
of e best dailys UPw published.
The weather for the past week has beon seorch
ing, how bigh the therrmometer we have .vot bad
the courage to And out, as it would involve the
necessity of loking for one; it is too warm for
that. A slight riekle of raI last week. If rain
does not s e an the corm crop in this vicinity is
Our moan k rai, rain, cooler weather, and
somewhat to: cool our parched inwards.
Those ibteested will remember that a meeting
Is called for Saturday the 21st inst., at-the Court
House, to arange the plau for bringing immi
grants to this seetion of the country. It is an im
portant matter, We perceive that Virgini and
Georgia are extensively egaged in the im
migration scheme. South Caroliia should pepar a
for the New Era.
Mrs. Richard C., sent us last week two of the
biggest Cabbage heads (the produet of her garden)
that we have seen in Newberry of native growth,
for years. The flayer was delightful. She hasi
We learn from the Unionville Times that Col.
Caraber has lately received the appointment of
Provost Judge for the Bistriets of Laurens-, -New
berry, Spartanburg andi Union. Headquarters at
r Unionville. ---
The Air Line Railroad.
The road fronm Anderson to Atlanta is to be
pushed though without delay. The officers have
beent elected and capital subscribed. By the com
pletlon of this route New York wHi be brought 24
hiours nearer to-New Orleans.
We learn fromr the Intelligecer that the foi?ow',
ug gentlemen were recently elected officers :
Prsident-Ls. B. Clark, of New York city.
Directors-Messr. C. H. Sanborn~, 8. W.
Tanner, C. E. Candie- and 3. L. Pond, of New
York; and J. ?. Reed and- J. W. flarrisons of
Caita lists should now~ consider the importance
of a lne from Chester to Newberry.
We learn from the Round Table that Samnel
White Baker, M. A., member of"the Royal Geo
graphical Society of England hasr completed the
Nile sources by the discovery of the goat reservoir
of the equatorial waters, the Albert Nyna,fo
which the river issues as the entire White Nile.
A Mobile papr says : "The Austrian Embaiss&
dor arrived back at Milo from Atlanta, Wfith
tnineteen ex-Confederate bificers, all of whom have
sEcepted positions in the Austripg army. Large4
numbers of Mobilians will accompany him on his
return to Europe,sstartinlg on Thuirsday, both as
ofMeers and pri!ates. Among the officers, are
General Arlington and Colonel P. Parry.
A write4r in the Civic. Guard recommends the
building of bright.fires in the cottonnfelds at nights
during the moth .saason. Each moth produes
thousands of cotton worms, and everything of the!
nture of a miller rushes intQ the fire of- a dark
right wherever they can find it.
It t9 an alarmIng e.stimak,. that. in the United
Stts there are 4600,000 children destitte of
The'Prssianuestried Getseblnby storm, after
44 t_ate defnwe, and a Junetfon ss effected
betwen the aW of the; 31n.der priee
ek Charles, and t. arny 0 Silesia, under
croy Prinee. Five 'thousand prisoners were,
captured at Getschit. The losses by the Austrians,
in the series of combats, is altogether estimated at
20,000 killed and wounded, Am&115,000 prisoteft.
jx the battles on the 28th and 29th it., the corps
of Austrians, under General Gublini, was nearly
broken up; it lost twenty-four guns and eight
ags. It is oftcialiy denied that the Prussians
lost eighteen guns; as wag stated by the Vienna
dispatch. The Prussians have retired to a strong
position between Josephstadt and. Koniqgratz;
their retrest is said to haie been preiDita'te. The
army of the Elbe advanced beyond.OetUchin. The
London Times says horrible as thbs carnage has
been, it is a mere prlude to the pitched battle now
unavoidable, In which a quarter of a million men
will be.engaged ou either side. The operations
betweeen the Italians and Austrians is confined to
skirmishing. No engagement of importance ocs
curred iu that quarter. The Italians are preparing
for another ouslaught, anA. the soldiers are eager
FAfTHEn FoINT, July 15.-The steamer Nova
Qcotian, from Liverpool, with dates to the 5th, via
,ondonderry, July 6th, has passed here. ;A great
Battle occurred ou. the 3rd, near Ludaway, in
which the Prussians gained a complete victory,
capturing 14,000 Anstrians. There were terrible
losses in both armies. The Anstrians sent in a
flag of trace. AustrM has agreed to a Mession of
Venitia and accepted Napoleon as her mediator.
Napoleon immediately communicated with the
The Battle of Sultowa fasted twelve hours. The
Austrians were completely routed, losing fourteen
thousand prisoners, one hundred and sixteen
caune-. Three Arch Dukes were wounded- Prince
Lichstetein and Undischer are prisonera. The
Loadpa Times says the war is yirtally ended.
GarDaldi attacked the Austrians at Mantia Suello
on. We 3d and was repulsed. Garibaldi was
wounded in tie thigh.
The cotservative republicans and democrs
make gkn mgent appeal to the whole country
North, South, East and West, to-g into conven
tion in.order to defeat the dar-k desg' of Rad1%)
calsm-which would turn heaven and earth to
gain axother Congress in order to ruin the Sonth
as well as the whole country. It is theonly chane
for the. Souith to be heard-~in solemn contndon
of the w?e consert gy, "sovereg'n 4jeople. !t
issaid t&eaf e fr " 'ee,' itnity and the
Consttutibn." Te-States aieall. moving in the
matter. 'fbe Charleston, Columbia, and the State
press generally urge the propriety of taking steps
to secure representation., ;
The Charleston. News says :
There is some difference of opinion in respect to
the desirabilty~ of such a Conventlfog, and some
differenee fi warmth with which the approving
journals recommend~ it. But the~ prevailing tone
is cordial approbation and sanguine hopefulness.
To our minds there has never been a time, in the
whole history of 6ur plties, in which a proposal
has been takeft up eythe'p eople with such ready
and spontan6ofts ga ,and: greeted with such un
equivocal marks of vigorous approval. The voice
of the people will be heard in this Convention,
and it is of the greatest importance that we In the
Southi should send' our -delegates- We especially
edjoin upon the people of this Stat~e the immediate
necellof ch'fIing~ public meetigs, as suggested
by Governor Orr, and apponing delegates to Co
lumbia.- Let there be no hesitation nor' delay.
Immedfate' action is what is wanted.
We can see n16 harmi that could arise from such
convntion,-or from our States being represented
MIr. P. 8. Jacobs1 formerly of ColUsIr6a, and
late of Newberry (in both of which communities,
he suffered by the devastation of fire,) was
recently appointeBd postmaster at Abbeville C. N.
We dag f.eedommend him to the ,citlzens of
Abbeflis as a good man and vouch for him to
thre crafta a E. A. M. of great seal, devotion
and learninlgd Ad recentG0.&. of G.C.R.A.M,ofASC.
-The Salt Lake News says of the Mormon wo
men, "ff thieirfruitt shall threy be known," Then
they wi e rtty well known, for their fruit, are
There Is a ruwor that Col. Galloway killed Gen.
Thos, Jordsb i*n a duel Mar Wenaphis, a few days]
We learn fr Mthe Natonal teenmer, oflast
.Pvkury* that a new and startling 'e of ur
pation e contemplated by the which4
that Co shall take a rsess, and meanwhia
they wUIl orgw'Is 9another cental diretory, upon
whkch sall beonferred plenary authority to e.
eelse during the recess-if possible, directly -if
not indirectly-all the powers of - Congress. 4 e
"The boldness of this scheme is absolutely starte
Ung. It is ad undisguised attempt to substitute a
Congressional oligarchy in the place of the Consti
tutional Government, and, by browbesting the
Executive and stifling the expession of popular
opidlot, to perpetuate power In the hands o the
Congreisional majority until it can complete the
revolution it has undertaken. entirely set aside the
Constitution, and by a coup d'etat seize to itself
the whole goVernment.of this great nation."
It cannot be possibleathat the President, the Cdne
servator of the Constitution, can stand id. by and
see this nefarious scheme put into execution.. He
should use all the power with which the qonstita
tien invests him to save the country- from destue.
Vion by the ruthless acts of this base party The
pel of The United States expect this at is
nds, and hope he will be equal to the emergen.
The director of the mint gives the following in
The new three ent pieces are put in bags of $30,
and the five cent pieces in sums of $50 each; and
either of these sum, avr any ager mount, of
which fifty or ,is~the muldpe; will bt sent
in the order of the entry of apolication. The rea
sonable expeases of the transportation of the cent
and three ct pieces in sums of $30, and the five
cent coin in sums of $50 or upwards, to any peint
accessible by railroad or steamboat, will be paid
by the mint.
The Ada*s and Southern Expresw Compauies
will act as agents for parties ordering cents, Ac.
to which money or drafts on Nationat Banks, pay
able to their order, may be sen tor drafdl n AMr
tificates of d -ait in National to
the director ofr treasurer of thi mint, may be sent?
and the coins ordered will be forwarded when the
money is received or the drafta collected.
The Ugly Club of the University of Virgini had
their celebration on the- 28th. J. S. Stubbs 'of
Gloucester County, who- had been elected the
ugliest man in the University, was presented with
the boots. C. .L Wesson, of Charleston, 8. C.,,
who was elected the prettiest man was prebenteel
with ahat. A pairof slippers was presented to
the most conceited student, andi a huge stick of
,.manufactured for the oesaiouto the
am 't one. Briefs wore ada by all -
the rtie, ad th pased.oS with. gresh
The Edgefield- Advertiser contains an account of
a ngro~ie3ieand~ school, eamination on the
. Jly,which refibets greatweWe eq
colored people. The teacher of the schoolws
Cain Lawrence, & mulatto many foz~rtrl. slia
Several. white men were invited ats, awl they
gave-a very favorable account of the progress of
thmRyatklcfh hospitabie manner In
which they were entertained.
A Daoy died;, in Chiesgo, last week, from tht
effects of swimming in a podwhese the carcasses
of animals had beed deoited. Large spots
broke out en him, and his symptoms were those
of a very bad ease of pisoning. It is supposed
he swallowed some of te water.
YomrG Pomsy Ann mas snam SwuuTt
sNAUT IN A. BTAURANT.-Walter to FOp7
'What will yon have?' TIm not pal'ar? 'An
what will you have?' to her.of .bn,Ivr,and
lelow ribbons.~ 'PI'l take some of te'iea,too,
At afancydrsbli Prsrcnlyr a lady
was seen in a very low-bodied dress whilefOtW.
and waving an abundlance of greon gause. -
was politel asked by a gentlemnan what she pr
sonated? " The sea, monsieur." "At lowtieI
then, madam". The lady blushed and the.Fnft
There arietwo millions of aeros platdwith
pap i'nes ia the United States, and tewine
nua ready market at from two to saZ dIOarI
per gallon._____ _____
Sain is sadly needed in many potosof the
land. Whio dioubta the efficacy of h l, rust
prayer ? en