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y s 'the ,oamag of -rea
4ai a ur,r**eie t9
.- eiR . pelions for execut
e4 Ws UTED Srims
4'N nsehwith repertrom the Sec
. ' *t r . and the Attorney General,
- the dbnf tto cmafoed fot by the
iie the d instan, reqnuesg the
edet "to e-e=aicate to the Senata
eisof an urdere, lutrsctions, chksekt
,iorlettere of adrisq, -iaed trthe
.miary dstricts, ui&i the Act
" ar st, entitled -aw Act tb
- p.,~ds orthe more ecientgespament
- 4 esami the Act
- re maraeh1&1 9:
- to.opn i s givesto .Aim
" _ to - a con-_
o~ezia e~t ei at
* - r - tuOf arm or be$weea
toa=y of the aid mmadersa,
"J thesmesan*ets; .also, copiea of.
- ;iaed.by any of said command
ewryint eg t 1i prov,ions of-id
or e tiir of then;ao, t he in
fr . t eres s P i be
- eienge ti osartiadee
- Is te-.
da t t .A h' lb
- -p r.
* a aati
- esz w teb f h
- spir ery vaoa
uitifashipm~et Tere r
adeziensive beds of
wilfurnish an ample field
and the investment of capital.
hsaiMa ad rich specimens of l
$'kelagenerted are now Ia Lbis
r -e. -*
aae su Territories lyingSozth of
are liuge- bodies of .land
so fr as the country
explored, capable of producing
~e.ftbe vegtables commion-Irtea
~.-per'eeliu.esofgreat e~mc,and ini
~rr test abas well as mnost
y, the new territory mnusi
be of great value, on account of its coin
parative presimity to many of the teem
ing populatiosofAsia, and its posses
sin fmstofth ntua productions
in demand by them must uhiiimely create
a extensivo commerce,
u.~oor WEDoENG.-They had,. i'
inanms, a real baloon wedding in Pitts
1Mrg on the 4th of July. The knot wsa
led byAlderman Strain, at an aflitude
et 00 feet fromo the earth, after which
the tiafloci was drawn down, the Alder
man dised, and a bridal tour made tc
the Clouds, and subsequently descended
I.cannot COnceive, my dear- irhat's the
tatter with ny watch ; I think ft inns
kant Cleaning, exclaimed an indu ni
kusbaiid to his btter half, the other y
19 pa, said his petted little daughtcr,;
know it don't want cleaning, beetuse
babb and1Iwashed itin abain eter t<
leeg this morning
*The 4amaiSe in India continues. Whoi
warinn have died of starvation.
rEWBERRY, S, C.
Wednealay Nanbg, yaly 34, 18..
Single o ,-oges -yearj
Five oerseden oyt
" p of einbt, - 150
e o ne year :nd xtraeopy to
Odip of elub, . 10
. Stzotly in adae. ,
Thea*irk denotmt the ipbbaof af.
an Se the paper wiU be d#m ed.
isbA eerthsmmts a in advam,
J b wk mt be pakd for oamdlivnry
-4 RE MOVAL
The patrons of the Herald are informed
that this office will be iemoved,- after
this number~of the 'pape, to the new
beilingof Mr. D.1owret, upstairs in
back room, where the proprietors will
be pleased to see and wait upon them as
usuat. New building of Mower's, on
orner, pstaire, back room, entrance on
'iat=direet - S.
Cqpress adjouraed on ther 20th inst.,
inct on dhe list -of Noveinber. n
etahn i se impeachment was orde;
4o:bi-pr lted. The excitement in the
6dnse pesti adfrntnent -was
y-ti..' iSenatethe 'au an
rgg adissiop, in - ihich the Pres
Njsat wa denounced as contanacious.
Mr ' bciitr -said there was a sort of
hbwMcongero in the Seate calied ocsH
a ~ Iaria Bggstar
Soiibe aen by referring to a beane
eieasients to-day paper; tbiDr. srd
portice 4 ait eartyr.oneentiou qf the
d.atias bf -oq -arigt AM -a4.gi
bat;eoligeues 'of scientioea be heltd
-'!' es ieie of one miAn bci c be I
her of- . lu a
!=aaia . intei e't a .s power. An
wbe a = assmbe diIe the eila er
-eg of aaighie $naiisgaiion; 'ad'o c
Sarty;,enerous tepQ'. for the o .
F rt '$o tt of
~~e 9sfgiri tblgiito
a ddeetpyma 1irertsa feregui4 hf ag'
-etb wferesideret ebyery
lipanJais wifq.has adentstatm* ~
*cliI.4* siew aftlitio sh 1
ITs-folloting ap~pointwents'of -Rqeg
toys ar#*noi nce for ais os.enibre~
gTJig IesI6ry -asn and Awiibeel
di&ws ingfbe 4asign to6
Reg istera oo iigchre oibirlul
-rfb d#aalnti d as so sas ructi
4embh fao general nformestlom..
UDsr or NmwaR1a.--Dms F.
Gienam,Jams R 1Petbo, 4. .fmrin
Dense., JarW&df Swidb4JoseuitrL Walit
Wf). Reeder. - -*.'
Di 6, OPthiU-LOam F.U.
NEBha, ranle hm.-G'rimes Z.D
-(er, James.Martn,' J. 3.' Dal, J.&*t
ford.=Jarnas Clar1i, gDusenberry,
5enom Lomar, Rev.Ve4a roong,
W S Canor,
(la;disen ehTuEbiay, says the Char.
*est'4way ftrodueed in the Bouse of
kepresematrs a bill "to enab!e the inhabi
iset f the )ate.rebel States to form State
gvernments;" which was referred to the
Comumittee on Reconstruction. This bill
at leant is plain and straightforward. It de
lares all civil governments In the Southern
Terdltories, lately called States, null and
bid, and of no effect ;-directs their gor
ernment by three civil commisioners for
each Military District ; -empow ers these
.o.aiissioners to carry out registration as
prescribed in the act ;-relieves the Military
Commanders and military from any duty in
the Southern Territories exeeFthe preserva
tion of peace ;-declares the supremacy of
Congresr in matters of- reconstruction and
admItaon of new States ;-etludea from
regstrtion air-persona who vuaiyen
gaged in the late r -cludes from
regisi persoss who, during the
rnhbnna, held any executive or judicial
offie under the Confederate States or either
of the rebellions States, and all persons who,
during the existence of the Confederate
Government, held offBee either in its army
or in the army or militia of either of the
States ;-and that Texas may be divided
into two States which may be admitted
into the Union.
It must be remembered that the South
has not yet declared whether shie will or will
not accept the Sherman measures of recon
druction ! No action has yet been takcen by
her ; pnd yet Stevens deliberately introduces
a bill to amnend the so-called "finality," and
decides the question of reconstruction before
the South has'spoken. It is a delusion and
a snare to believe that the Radicals intend
ed to adinit the South but as Radical States.
The more that is given, the more will they
demand. They are cunning, bold and un
scrupulous, and have managed to hoodwink
many of onr own people. Now, surely,
their purposesflmustbe seen ; and, if there
are still any who doubt, let them watch the
debates in Congress and read Stevens' Re
construction bill, which wilt be published
in next issue.
We regtet to hear of the death of Win.
N. White, Zaq., Edito? and Proprieter of
CoNrERNcE.--Thetbfrd quarterly con
ference,.for this station, will be held in
the MethodistChurcb, commencing on
Friday night.. The Rev. W. H. Fleming
till preside. There wii4 be' preaching
on Friday nigbt and Saturday morning.
The cofence embraces Friday, Satur
day and Sunday.
'TaE WEATeER AND Caops.-The wes
tber eontinues very *rm, and in,-tbis
section day, rain being very moch need
ed. In other sections of. the district
good seasons of rain have fallen, and the
rops in those favored spots are very
promising. But unless a general rain'
comes soon much corn will be more or
TsaIss.-Our friend T. W. Holloway,
)f'Dutch Fork notoriety will please ac
cept thanks of the senior for the "keys'
md the privilege accompanying thes,
md also for:compliaentary notices which
e was pleased to bestow on,our "ttach
i"etts."t We are now settledin -convic
tion that he is. s- man of considerable
taste and judgment.
Coxa AT LAsw.-After a long and vex
itious delay, we ire.pi ettInform the
publie, and particularly #as planting pub
Lthat theseed ordered by. Dr. Gouin
aave arrived These seed are'wsranted
ta beof the new crop, :and eonSist of all
he favorite varieties.-suitable for this
atitude, such-as the Piorplo Top, (strap
ased,) omeranium Globe, Ruts Baga,
Sow Tvmi- SEs.-We have had oc
aasioo are tba once to eution the
e(anoa0t eup 'Crop Jo the
n,adE ( tiet proper inter
'Wt.ktanlL" Thisbropeboald nte
aieni,-;psp1tter #'ur tl am4jtt
Iafr . and expease: than any 6ther
ate pp andas winterTood for stock g
y?d i rg imortane.: Bly Jargel = of
eed, ow plentfulllfand a-nwihl
ibundantly. -Soa Iuta Bags bdweeh
or and entioth A et, othe-var1e
:i1e o i r.~'we
isNikti tar eIfeered som
eith geftsi the' ective parsiait of
ilieful'and hghly itntiocr oln
lp'fcclanotewriteR~ abost that. Gise,
ireceived at t6ii oce, expv.sis
Iecarqi tselitendon, anditbat only in
q extfeme emer#ag,e a$dby:aolei.
EtiOn op his fela-citisesi w4ej be
gatakiionhip club,.and enfir on
he wa pstb. mwdisg~that wehavs
miaaIasuaq W#gtu hnorable; #akt
beiti ntly reqifeated by sevurul dipp
ly nhe tchenst give binit a -eaB.
Ws do sourith thetest relnetagtu,
iavitg~no-deto see an~ eUulan-f
sihmir oders't*oms, 'e .ld- to pt
sisntepesa abeh eeded, abd thatg
as oogras Ky. lobies iseesne
idag on Xenda l
N.ed&etai hich wamtrie(te&
eByassults and lyreenis,
antehidy -inamg b. freedmen. We
belive tatoi pstten'es wrs sorelj
trieg, but wero- he now -ahyo and bad
been compelled,ti.have *anan hpten.d1
to all ti ighderdash, stuff'and monsen.sa
then and tihin dicied, hewonld hsve
red peconvi, and voIopger be ehtfted
obe cafled themost platient maa.: aWe
moerns can t ke the palm -from the old
patriarch. The remarkable patience, uni
lagging energy and attentionoi Wr'
amiable and talented Judge, Y J.a Pope,'
the eminent seal of the~ bar, and the
intelligent business qualities of the jury,
are deserving dfall praise. '-Thre- foHto*
ing are the cases which wrebt to- tlje
The State vs.~ Morgan lMcMorries, freed
man, for hog stealing, fe.und guilty
sentence, 19 months in the penitentiary.
State vs. Catharine Chtistian, frEed
youan, for larceny, guilty-sentence,
State vs. Spencer Haggo4,.reedman,
larceny, guilty--septenes,1. year, penm
hke Williains, freedman, as
sault and battery, not guilty.
State vs. Geo. Livingston, freedman,
burglary, guilty-sentence, 5 years, peni
State vs. Edmoand Chalmners, freedman,
assault and battery, guilty-sentence, 2
months imprisonment, $50 fine.
State vs. Edmund Buzzard, freedman,
assault and battery, guilty-sentence, S
montns imprisonment, $50 fine.
State vs. Nobanna McMorries, freed
woman, assault and battery, guilty
sentence, 2 months imprisonment, $50
-State vs. Burr Burley, freednian, as
sault and battery, not guilty.
State vs. Hannah Albritton, freed
woman, larceny, guilty-sentence, $25
State vs. Same, for assault and battery,
guilty-sentence, $50 fine.
State vs. Lydia Mitchell, freedwoman,
assault and battery, not guilty.
State vs. Jim Henderson, freeduen,
assault with pistol, not guilty. Ordered
to pay costs.
State vs. Jacob Young. freedman, ma
licious trespass, assault and battery, not
gity. Ordered to pay costs.
State vs. Jas. Waldrop (white), larceny,
State va Chas. B. Buist, merchant, for
nuisance, obstructing street, guilty. Sen
tence saled Annen1 for new trial. -
O Ta Jir .--"Ambition's longings,
0 vain man 1" to what lengths will it
not carry its votaries, and bow -many
poor, deluded 'wretches fall victims to
the fatal delurement. A melancholy in
stanceis given. We grew. up to man
ood lii the one, great, fond hope that
some day, no matter bow distant, our
name would be among the -lucky .ones
entitled to the high- honor of sitting.on
the reserved seats as jurymen ; to listen
to the.thunderings of the bar and bench ;
to drink in the persuasive, honied ac
cents addressed to the "intelligent" ju
ry. This was our heart's desire. At.
length it came, and Eureka was our cry.
The July Term of-the honorable district
Court for Newberry, South Carolina;
which sat on the 3d, claimed us, and we
had the high privilege to 'sot,' which we
did. Alas, alas, the reality fell fir short
of theanticipation,and the fall was heavy;
it game too on the first day, sad to say.
Fotr,.long, weary days,we sot, it was in
9y timeoo,-but wile vesot and mused
oter law and idence,andbroshedaway.
the industrious but.anoyingBies, -it was
consoling to .think that by 4a trong r
and higher law, that of -nature, "thaft
though there are some in June and some
July, 'tys August that brought 'the
blue-tailed fly l" Hippy thought ; full
Of consolation-; exempt from the ferce
attacks of The blue-tail By, we -sot t- be
cause there was no remedy: And long
will this epoch in our life be- remember
ed; .never,never more do we wrisb,to take
a 'posish' so honorable egain. Tell us
not of,"intelligent"jurors. The re*erse
was the thought of the-vloquent bar; and.
the honorable beAch was no better, for
between the effort on one side of throw
ing.sand in.our eyes, -and :the other of
pers ading us Obt tbe moon was made
DC greutd,ee this''inteilent juri
r.arly lost his -i4eoti,-dI gt eost
blstgtience, Wf9 9ii3 Were
s ti e only will recdver us ofis[e r
on brai;,' and all from beg-..n the
jary. The three days deisted:to'the in
ei'ests of freedmen and their i aginary
vrnigs, assagits and batteries, Jarcenies,
Mre ats In whichi4;ie ?siches ,
-*i.erfectdelu 'ofdoq u ter
ia - e,Seghtnste-the cdoetdc bat
'we had oetinto thewenng pew,li1ad
too dear fortheiwhtje,-and jh honor
ible, the lets sviurt,was unmore not
lesba.I aj(gy lnreauu, I8rst. rate farce,
and that ti ainbItIods juror bad seen
the elephe. t ~utbefohand the
bg*ay1iho pe s rsweris no
thigt.~(bis. Theaall-i oan iti
Th'. $tiit is a Nimssic, eixeit#d an in
torest-never. before seenithe- co*rt'was
crowdmdcfendaadlkssi, horse t sma
in .a uind hole, eager -and 'impat n
tor,shst(66 broeb, witi .tweet- bif
witnse; -. rfnne,s s
ta4UsichW dioc; piilocet,
~iM~ipsg giury okesisj, the
ineni e*-iss w= refresf4ng,
hissanuey atI3t, tuE-did toE
ited extent. (ssase pbhied,~emwi
dttwitWdd of wtbrsCget
gu eosinseeeluig, teRing, conipl-a
firstname.lastname@example.org. Tollowa, two lenkhs
~aheitWugae..Isair sudjelp a ari
fair frssategied, th~ehomdwdlly~
cated. themauisance proven, and this isy
ueture.sn to quifer.In -the Ies
ofthe dclIf as i sahacrdasr. We
ae no4logeC '.eaiida1a f4r- the,high
kotaor -ofsi0ng on a j . We **Sh
bro x- P P . Th s peremptorf
obNr .wa%'received- at this 41ee on
Te:wir' last imaodiately. adter the
flimiing ofthbe Jury, (of wblek.~the senior
partner of th~e. Herald happened tp a
ope,) of v4etdict of "guilty" in the cae
ofthe Stat. vs.-, a cerfain defen
dant -of ~this. town, .on an iodiettnent
'for a Nuisance. The nuisance was clear
i1Iroven, and wasrshown, tronai e mi-.
din.e, to hue. been thebhargIng of sun
dry anil divers articles of meichandise
from brackets nailed to the door -aicing
4fhis store, "and extending three fe7et
across th a ide. walk, consisting of Blaak
et., Shawls, Boots, Shoes, Bonnets, Al
manaes, Mackerel, Codfish, Hams, &c.,
thus-impeding ordinary -travel, by block
ading the common highway, and endan
gering the hats and eyes of innocent, on
suspecting pedestrians. Wie were on the
Jury, and like the defendant, were inno
cent of any "intentional" wrong, but so
"found" nevertheless, and not like him
"fast asleep," but -wide awake. This
melancholy circumstance is much to be
d'eplored, but the law was clear and ex
plicit, and the evidence so strong and in
contestible, that juastice had to be done
though the heavens feir Much sympa
thy was felt for the unfortunate defendL
ant,-and the more-so, that inA-the7trse
of his very eloquent remnarks to:the Jury
(hp plead hitown cause) as most beauti
ful tribute was paidioout' eieellence as
a mian, ability,as an editor,~d -aintelli
gence as a jur;or. Thisfas a strong
point certainly, but the~cliaige being too.
strong, the shot scatteredaind fell wide of
the mark. This.was the defendant's
fault, and not that of the. "intelligent"
juror. Little did the innocent juror
think however of the consequences which
would result, of the storm about to burst
over his devoted head. Scarcely dry the
ink with which the offending word
"guilty" was written, when the defend
ant aforesaid dispatched, red-hot, the ter
rible order "Stop my paper!" Droad
ful. It fell like a knell upon our startled
ears. It came without warning. 'It
came too at the season when business is
dull, when its eflfect will be most serious
we might have successluly borne up
under it ; but iw ! we shudder at the
contemplation, and the. only chance of
overcoming so fatal a blow, lies in the
action taken by the citizens of this.Dis
trict. If new subscribers do. not come
in immediately the Herakd is a gone gosr
ling and no mistake. Had tlie defen
dant sent in his dues along with bie or
der to "Stop," it would not be fi bad,
but no, the punishmgnt must be full,
complete, severe. Cruel man,-innocent
victim to the law, eloquent lawyer, and
successful merchant tbough he.be,-it
was cruel to treat us so. How could be?
Ever since, we have suffered from night
mares; our dreams, never very good, hre
now frightful-; in the -morning- we-. find
our body on the; foor, fallen fromn the
bed; shadows stisrtle us; the nighit wind
brings the. sound of-Stop my pape!
while every man heard scending the
stairs, or seen approaching, is corerdd
with blankets hawls, boots, shoes, hats
wacker'el, codfish, almanaes, iams, &c.,
while from their lips -issue in -flaming
cbai sters, stop my paper ! Our peaceis
nearly ons,bence fra-quiulity, to turn
never. We call upon the. State which
prosecuted the case, and whicha made,us
a juror, to fBy to our relief, and the dis
trict by an earnest' sym pathy, to keep
the Herald from going under.. One good
paying subscriber will t4ake' us- hippy
again. Let him come qnickiy..
'P.& -i view of the melancholy cir
cunustance aaa the.gieat'ecaniary, losa
sditained, we trust never tobe onipnsf
again,-no neiver; unless specfdl diqensa
tionbe granted to absolte us from the
"Trifs" uemeln to ha eaeep the fol
lowing rIr omewhthr-in e as agc;
but so many years ago, that i st.ieaders
Witood upon the tbreshold, ani her sare
her fba like the iipels'
Andthe ikes upon here,nk aswestood
Wasike moonlight upon wah--or 'ip
.lgts upon geasl.
&nd with love's rbperI U1atet
make 'uetnd bir f
And my irs inround hdr Egmts kBR,sedly
Ind uo froom the poet, that each rose
ha its thotna,.
Wben as gave a. cu oianguish-416ad trol
upon her corn.
[ strove to hush her murmurs,ysed;to catre
[aiSreaher hand,i9iapure-bt she said I
*"Tyen elasp thea ti abi bresA"I
and~ h sd:in angel. tones, -Domny
JaI Pte gstatile.'
No wherqbutio Boston wo6ld .an~f
eer act so egrerensly wrong as is -re-.
Iaeitn tbe 'foIowieg .To" psace his
!d on -te ,woman's. bbgt grag-bad
enemeki,tt burst.:te sa4
be&.ost was hrri*:
- ?watnan IaoSton, aday orW?a,
staplcot o osvil- o dre) a hemu
fnllagetmn dle%dt t. hin
Isa ssuw~rde bandso6b in4
sfbrraldag th. ?taan~ial
ind-assy, to th' * 't asa on.
'aentw4o fokr-n Tshe.was allowed
soiaisihki embiydo asslet
A utaNho knowirbis ights/disres
miniadm. Iti &eltedba. se
potwrwasjarownd h e iontr a
frena,'iux calted to aseea fadstry who
ifie 'preiring tom aaat y~ irel
lingi. -- .2:
A the. door stood dpen, si- te
Wakek% wA hout ke) king, 's~f
4yes t ightcdoo 'the 'Wti f
the- who' was makingfraetis
lunqsrih' brodjnptic at some~'4bjiec
onder hbe~d. - - -* - -.
A 'userni%g;-.niadamn. Ah ! ybu
have a ti-oubIe'smiO-caL unde the bed ?
.YTrobleoe ;.ct?-no sir?I iii
that ng asband:ofuniaer and il
a*ce-iiduto Qbreqik every bone .i6 his
b d' !" - eh !"- asi a . fii tv i e -f
the.bed.."ow us,yo ayr
and pound-and'rave but I1,.boggdif
rvegot the-sJritsfa man abdint me."
.Geo. Francis-Train says our modern
marriage should read thns: -
Clergyman-Will you take this brdowi
stone, this earriage and span, these dia*
monda for thy.' wedded husband.? Yes.
Will you faRe thia.unpaid miIliner?s bill;
this high waterfall of foreign hair ; these
affectation accomplishments and feeble
constitution for thy wedded wife -Y--A
Then, wli t'Ei'has--jeoniftogither let
the next best man run 'away with, so
that the first divorce court may tear
Somebodyproposes that the ladies he
taxed as follows:
For any unfair device for entrapping
young men, into matrimony, such a~
patent palpitators, false calves, extension
hoops,Letc., five dollars.
For wearing 'os~e than fly
feet diacent for eaech-hoop.
~pretty- lady to be taxed 'fromv
twenty-five'cents to twenty-five dollars
shi.to fix the estimate o'f her own beauty
t Is thought a large amount will be re
A little boy had a wooden horse, and
in th~e course of tim-e ~its tail, ears and
head git broken oft,~and the toy present
ed a ngged ippesrance.. Says hie one
day : "Go sees everything don't he,
mother?" "Yes, my child?' "Well,.
guess he'll laugh when h e sees this
A forlorn fellow, running over wit!i
love and doggerel says :
"When Sally's arms her dog imi risen,
I always wish my neck was hisen; how
often would I stop and turn,.to get a pai
from a hand like hern ; and when she
kisses Towser's nose, 0 don't I wish thal
I were those."
Josh Billings is aboitt right when he
I never bet any stamps on the miai
who iz always telling what he would
have did if he had bcen tL,are. I havr
- 7er~the KreWs;
The Fair will- open nesday, Angust
18th, and at the same night there will
be a suppertgiveal for the benefit of
Newberry Cofeg - -
On WednesdI a Barbecuiewill be
given by thefiends.of the College, aid
at night the.comrmni.ty Vill be' entr
tailned with Charades, &c. -
On Thursday there will .be s Tooroa
ment, at which-the gsllanrt Knights of
Newberry District will exhibit their skil,
and at night the Fair wiTh be open 'aud
a supper given for the Freedmen.
We earnestly and sincerely invite i.i
TEa-LADIES of this community and sur-.
rounding'wuntry to aid, both~ by per
sonal,efforfs aynd voluntary contribitio1t
of Fan'cy Articles &c:,, in eodeavoritgto
raise a otSneient amotnt. W rep ir=b6
Coltege.. A nurber of Ladi'ha4
appointed. as managers- of the Iroofhs
opened in the Coifega, sod thy'rwill re
cev" any articie,: Fancy ce -otherwise,
Oake or. Fruit ;-oii P one4iipessd to
contribate. - .:
I have been .requested o' state that
the Ladiei appointed as fmti gersaWill
meet"Monday mdrning, 1D o'cidek,Jly
'22, at the. Lutberan Church.-. -
In behalf of the Cimittee --
-- J.P. SMEITZEUIt
MnE a. Erros. Permit me, :troqgh
lour friendly columns, to suggest the im.
portance of a State Convention of Dentists;
Without stopping.. to discnss 'the' meri48
of auch a move, I wold siy .o
serve that while the. science of' dental dur
gor keeps pace illiths age, mch3light
remains to be -pl niaed. We have not
yet eiahda dlie1seme of 4eaisIkwledge.
of thin fr it 491 iba vt
Afre*aa . pr2atL G a;
expresm - ye,s woed ef ,tp
investigation. A6i4froi fi de f
the theorist, ei ki'iw-the ii tIe
expergnee. Le s.therefaNa isTe
tion of the dentists of 8oo rr
Those of many other, Sks vie4.
in dOnveiftion. Netafind.aist ie
pcotaile. and agresia1it ter-qap(
seay fe-ih. iageosisa
lisbmeat - a State Ass~ciion?. y
aking the suggestios,. Meers. Editora;
hop'sthtother-membei's of the -proression'
will tike:the sbjt~ in had and appoint
a tine andelace of weeting.
- B. 3.'WBALEY,
DNr.oz A-0 O.s Pasvan Mr. Mao
?ie TIWey, for somne tidSe fo insiot t$s*
4Whrleston )cercury, di4 , thiscit'y, Iat
half-past teni yestqda 1norer~
jaiogeng'iUness of veralpsaan - -ins
ther th year of hf*i1rg-.
eTy was-hrn Nw ork,
wyifun1hbcalgs t1 Qharesfa
th ins yehty-Eve yeaa be
identlfis with- piriing~ ad
Rhe ewspaper press Asfp~Dreta bir
was-hrgt employe4 en' ii. IChab-aeaI
Standard i and in 1855 he ie 'e fiye
anan of tihe Mercury, faoWRiog :tis
to $he.perfect satisfactit. ~ .b proprsi
tousleribout'teen yeara;- shen, in een
saqudeeof faig l 't-,-k M -ftis.
own requst,-elie .. MAA establish
ment of-the CharlestOn Daily 'Nes- irn
- 800, Mr, Tracy-bccame# foremnairof tha
wper, holng his poshtion wutti k1iw
aoniths since, when failing heahh aca
aUc 4i to regagtoisli.it. I(saasi
&taf i tbIrta of eihpt
seditlous Iiirerdhis family, sad
diign arid inuti0 sdh Oi
hi.thos-wmba served'. bp
more .thaby those in -the-Mrenry
-' oNwa remrks~ f& h1b
Richmonda fl rp
. We are in uaf ere hue,t
eWe way ofgetting:euit sof 1liidhift4
41 by eooptton" writh ths 4di1a
party.- Th6scntisbents that. .eaitkIed
-into- the war-winnot.be. alhnrd.geupt
os'triumphaidtly out ofTthesie dieltaltee.
He *ho fanslanto a quagmire: usu escee
from it te best way he-can. lih-esen
n'ot'get out alon.*nd is4Iedfhe qanit
berpielped out, or tfthterb'ang:oerisl
poffe~red~ help, and re(uses it,. b RiB
- have nobody but him'self t blre.
MExIco AN 'rEE Fiasca Msampaa ;
The following occurs-arnong Thditcst
news from Mexico:
40-Mthe foreign regesentatives, .ex
cept the American'Conape-irps
ing to leave. A postscript to the same
letter, dated 9 p. in., says the affair in
regard to the French Minister was not
settled, as stated in the letter. His pass
ports were peremptorily refused, and
he was told he could not depart-from the
country under any pretense. - The au
thorities informaed him that Mexico had
an account to settle with France for .the
part she.tookt dti-ng intervention, and
for the lives and property destrged
duringth'at periodygn4ift!thsalhei is not
properly and promptly adjusted, the
Mexican Government would proceed
against the property of Frerich subjects
throughout the republi&. -
A ettee from Boerios~ Ayres -says e
men and wojladn, beguiled .rots the
United Sieas io-emigtate to Brazil begin
tohip thir'ay there. Thiey are poor,
~epesdeceived, and are witnesses of
the folly -of leaving the United States.
for any contry under the sun. Pec~eived
by runneirs of various kinds, and linally
enlisted-inthe trmy; is the fate of- many
a poor.felow. That Brazillian scheme
(swindle ?7 ought to be exposed.
DOOL,Y AnwE.-A correspondent to
the Macon Telegraph gives the palm to
Dooly county. He says : "On tlie 11th
day of July, 186'7, Mrs. Sallie -Royal,
wife of Mr. H. D. Royal, gave birth to
three daughters. All of them are living
and doing well. Mr. and Mrs. Royal
h ave been married two years, and have
four daughters, not one of whom can
...lk alonm Huarrah for Doolv!''
aEOsTEL-O3r Cotemp yrs ( (
Mobile Advertiser and Register semse
be in earnest on the subject ofregistaesioe,
He says: -
"The apathy in register1ngbe$oabs i
species of iadness. If the pesptbi at
come up and register, twelve mnt
will develop the fairest example of a polili
cal and soca bell .on earth, that this
world has ever seen. Let every a4ol
hasten to free himself from pelf
and, when the evil time comes, -be
to say to the. old men and the wooms
and children of the land, 'thou castp
-- --+s a +
et, speaking o the lath
Austrian scghe.mta .semar
that many of-bisrelsties t ba
suffered grievdus btowa-o
[rincess Cbarloite, wife of
tfhe Duke otO. , wb was 'kfled
ialt from a cab. Their cid-expt t
expeled from the-throms
Princess -Carlotta .is
Antoine t4 was executed. Mlia
Watespeled from France. An A&'
ddehesswasrltely burned to deatb.
Dam Yfxws.-An exchange wsR
says xhet-m'.iew matter* difly,h.'
cordingto thestand poi at:f.eoapy,sh
p.tticularl fat thi-jemetaie of aSMIXt - o
a arto in 8et, niud' s ,
ty, those.wbq,iioldi, ospiyoe.ila
thia dif[erence of opl _, .po8dG c
Sftoall Jaefu "roldad irs p.
ior," which :ai a gt to the es a $
1862, from di of Algau
Ui hy,.Ya, heshen -sold to a Wtim
of Macon,-by the w (p#et1the li6Wite
beror*hilie iedigeu* ei^~
cessitate&her.o pa:rt wi
-.A'.e rriting "about
a t . > i "jd Letr
Ojeedie - frof
Toer)1" fd ra difers fre.
a, wifea a-woman notedf=h er' lfat'
based a&, Ob4ao dOt.4the
ilAt ka& 'Rbo ir id i
ae o b er - -
rosenfio e tronNe. : ,
.Tie Ra ,they are guining
gronhd in'the i~l~- Polite terms for
land stealin: -
*"Bog or cTo -that!s the queesdon," as
Robiimaeid when he uat down to a plate
401 3Ufldfro benriehrsend fifty
nasses werekIll.d-Jsan In Pais
~swsar~,u1 a-.e with ma
emarto lat -k mph
to eora I~1,3
ataaa ver 8%.?
eaeen;ary han . -
hsmarA- ta e
S. C. to Kiss NAsNra L.,iynags dsugh
teriboha~ Dickinson, of 'Caiboma esa
)y ev. ,WDwun at the reudee
%Pe(fom acci#enta diel~ .
1k4tofJgiy, 1)67, IR thisdbi, .via.
Sidaky&eknar;..son of A3e .*U Ist
eimIa3. . BeckmAan, aB1urisA
potha-qfnd fr days. - -
-Mi wemidstt f lfeie saia'Eik.4A
deth ee anyieirdstanli~e sa:isla
mplaensbt wen 4e.avergse4is .
'oments wai1m,theg:s Rit W ps.
ieitwih-rater foree; and *- -
"gQk! vhetesdowier the beasta~
'Willlursi&ney was .a iymaliMeo..u.
pro'mieme, kiund, aet1inate, osh~infm4.u
may ta;gh hopes were aeterd jiihlr $1
ii'ard life ;-busi the waysefPtvaI
Ae&fnding out, for in-the aantin .f
ife fi'hetmken away, ad hiu1*ad sim
and family mnde4. mourn bha ng l'y
death, while thoe m v~of hVves
are left to those who l brse
him. But co oladan can h
this sad:tiereavemetjor he is tekeamay
in "the days of his youth," in his lamau**
and virtne, ere."the evil days lhad ens,"
when he might have had said "I hae. no.
pleasure in them." Bow infityeSit
How inscrutable the ofy Freek4iaps..
.-isbrea'ved parents are~ ~
sorrow as wto .hope,'o
are heavy and eyes-are dim ia *mIg
yet through tears a rite an-b e is 1.
dark cloud of aSlic.don,' and. ths .dRea
lining-gives promie-l ImportsIIyaad re.
union beyond'the grare. He h*s gonea
a litdle while before to take pobnof
that itavenly .zpansion prepned for hm
anfyou. - 15W.
The bu~Iding foe y 4&
Harris; next door tolsa
Wilber. The Airst story-i nsegJosi Se
room, and underneath is a ..n.uidina cel'
lar ; se4od-story fine roomes, saibbli for
.july 24 30 tf
Nweronl4hedir idr ey
intant, a three year old Bay-FfIyysmedhum
size, shod before,-'with a. WahIt streak
throug~h the right hind -foot ; for recoTer'
of her, or information Ieading to the recon
ery of her, I offer Twenty-Five Dollars Re
ward W. G. ABRAKWS.
Nc'hbrry,.S. C.. July 21 3(0 35