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t!nem the rew Orlesus t1ues.I
late of Colomek Grenfell.
The New York fleraid contains the fol
hawieg ad eertsement, thus addinz another
to the conuiess thouauda of victims of the
'-G. St. Ledger Grenfell, a ptisot..r on
the: Dry Totugas, w ho escaptd on the
night of March 7, 1868. A ry one who can
give inforuation whether he is alive or
peri6hed ill his attempt to ese.-pe, will ad
dre.s F. F. larbury, counsellor at law, til
Commenting on this the \ 0. Times
iava: Col. Grenfell has served with dis.
eiiee-ie the &itgh army, and had tween
promotod for gallant conduct in the field,
in one of the battics of the Crimea. lie
earli attached his fortune to tho<e of the
CO%kederacy, and soon bec sme noted for
his courage and audaci-y. It was this wildl
oe o(M"enture which proba bly imnplica
t,od hIt in% asupposed wild goose plot to
bern Chicago, and eecured hi. conviction to
Iry Tiortugas far life, wheae it was the for
twee of the wr'ter to tee him, three ye.us
ago. Oeme of the hahndso:next men of the
day, of tall, contm:+aling presence and dig
aiied bearing. the co+rse prisoa dres anid
chains'upon his aukle, could not hidle te
innate di Oity which constantly stood out
hq nuarked con!rrat to the tharavter of the
vetrn regiment which had him in charge:
'leing ahout the f.rt with a broom and
1.wchet on his arm, aeuer tne sul>-rvision of
a negr". e..rd. who treate-d him will) about
m aoeh cenir eary as is extended to an orli
arq edr.; sulj,eted to t:e n:o-t tne.ial ufli
We; di*h as cleaning the 'egro barr.ack-;
Ik atnader thatso4ur veer-i4f snch das.
tardly ern-lty drove -him to risk the Ocean
in as dpea.toOat on the . uight of the mot
rlble 'itorm ever knowa rather than have
his ie-ebbed out by the slow torrtre he
wa undergoing. Whether guilty or not of
the ofence ch erged, the putnishment was so
efterly out of poroporti.n to the cime as to
be worthy of only two men America has
ever garodce'd-Butler or Stauaton. Well
>sthe irter seek refuge in the bosonti ol
the- Epiawopal Ghurrh. His prayerr will
acarcely rearh the Almighty's throne, unit.
tended with the d.intg groan of Grenfe ll,
ihen he sank ben:ah the bla~ck waitels 0.
te Gulf of etxico, in a gallant~ but hope
edr ate - pt to escape captivity and tur
S:8" aND Goon MrAT.-"l. It is
neithe of i pale pink nar of a deep psur
le tint, f- r the fo uer is a sign of di:
ease., and the latter irdicates that the
Ainimathas not been slantghtered, but has
died w ith the blood its i:; or has- suffered
fraa acute fever. 2. It has a marble
appearance fron the ratuieati ns Of
finie veina of fat amoeing the'niu.de 3.
It should be fhin and elastic to the tonc,
and shoulef scarcely moisten the finger.
a-bd meat being wet and sadden and
Sabby, wittt the fat looking like jelly ot,
t reliuient. 4. It should have little
ar.-n odir, and the odor -abould not be
dlgreable, for di.,eussed meait has is
siIFy cadaveeos smcell, arnd sometimes
a auseI of yhysic. Thi., is very discover -
&le-when the mlest is choppaed upi and
*71 drenehed with warm water. 5. It
sgui not sha ink or waste muchi irr
eiking 6. it sh6uld beut run to water
or becogee very wet in standing a day o'
We. ughould, on the contrary, dry on
the surface 'f. When meat is dried at
a' temeneaue of2I~2. or thereabout, :t
shloold ust lose awore than from 70 toa a7
per ceunt of its weight, 1rhereas hadl faet
wIN eften oe as ummdh as 80 per cent."
ILeobsse lay !r. Lettertay.
.he-Carleston correspontdetst or the
Sepater Watchman, writing from,.:Edge
. ; Voi' eorrespenadent we ifomd
ihatinestly every person in the snection
af.whieb lie wujteec i noaw deeply con
scernead In his cotton fields aned the full
aplication of fe rtilizers ; that every lit
the*mateh,'..round the villaige, bereto
?SIW devoted to wheat., corn or potatos,
is a i'ey prepcared and planted in
entton: that hiwyers lhad thrown aside
tUw'ire.n .Bag" and are stuadying
Oheksoa on the cultuore of cotton :that
niehanet. hall cast aside the yar-d at tek
a',d te.e ledger, anid are now reading
$ho M'ultivator," and calculaiting the
p4ft of-their cotton crops ; that evect
mhe.i'ters preac'h shorter sermns, anad
s* 3ow arith as tmuch hope eof mcakinag
a bal, or wAu of cottont as they: used toa
*sh-faving souls ; and that in fact,
gy'erybodV, whiie.ande L.bwk, are nonw
*torship;ing at the shrine of 'King Cot -
i.un." Evetn loaafera are ne.glectinag their
yrafe.ssaion, anad are devoting at least a
thIrd of their tue to the cultivationt of
iZhe feecy staple.
GEIeRaL LsE KY A NEW MOTFEMEN.
The action of Geneeral Lee. as President
'4 Washington Gollege, Y'irginia,. in ta
lking~ up thr maovemnent fear practical and
technical educe.ation in this country, i,
Ileir to make as great ant imlpressione
- pnan our old-fogy schools anid collsrges
a. he did ins military tactic5 upon our
old fogy comnaanders in the pahtny days
41 the rebeliion. Uie propotses to place
WYashingtonr College in the front rank ofl
the masrh of mo dern ideas by adding
practic.al instructiont in agri culure.. mne
chanies, ernginecring and cheni'try tuc
its prieaen tlist tar tudieS. If he sue
coed' in doning soe,the old fashi.a:t-d in
stliula,itwhere the arts of words anid
of choping togie, with a smatteuince of
the dead languages, onsly are taught, will
.5nIn.be-left in the lurch by the new .9s
-tm .The old schools mnust admuit the
unea ideas of the 'te oar ena un:der.
(Few Yoark Herald.
-: 8amu. 4ltd-didl ,ou ( -i.) aee any thine
of myt w1.
-1 h ave ncot the hounor of know ing yomt
DonL)ss't apoklrgize. Scn, d 'n't apo apo
.biv-l'12ie. f:s -its~ no honor, n hat
eeer. Didn't see her ?
*I dia- nt.
Hlow yer know yer "i ln't ? She-shea
a tall as a (hie) utecsint' house and baruoa
a a Iamp.-t, a anld thes wears a ging
hamt esm,berreller ands one e-ye out, anl(
(hic) her no'.e was dono up in a pair u
spe's. I)idnc't see her ?
Na --ie P(emphalatiedll.)
hst's all a ight, S.cum, tbat's all right
N ms merely asked fe -inafan,a,ahun. Shte
(hic) she said she was geaom' to join
+nryearv-sis, and if snie doace I mean te
get stavin'-blind dra.k. Wouildn't i on
Sstns coun.selledl the unforeunte Bense
dietto remaitn aobcc, anid hc.atened 0'
~in fact, a good muany of the Masisachu
aet's Aholitiict.tswould like to abtolia'
pretty neeyly everythingi, fronm Christi
anity dowavard.-N. Y. Tribune.
A fee years ago the Ti i1aunee , out
- tit ha's spade tha8 above acknowledge
met .tt has always known th
hc be as it now5 stats it.- It may h
$b Rt Lnlical house is noit so firm!
e.sJished o a r.y'ek *.tby, Tribun
thiiks; and fueSe daumagtmg' - esfe!
estn may still be p"ne~tture es85 m
te. of Radical party polief.
IN E WBE RRY, S. C.
Wetndiay Mornir. Nay ?6, '8f9. !
Our District Club.
Snee the Agricu'tural Conven-ion which I;
met in ColutI.,. we have heard wthing P
from our D:sirict Society. Is it not inpor%
tant thiat wee'ings regular anl stated be
held, that all the various interests connected
with agriculture he brought out, di-cAed
and acted on. We do urge upon fartners,
mecl:antsc and business mten .eueral'y. to
take an ac ive part in this thin, by first
joining the Socie'ty, and then brin:ing all
the wei.thft of u,ir ener.y, inflaeuce asil iu
tc!ligeuce into it. By tueting aid confers
ring tog:-ther, k,oM l -de .vil be increa-ed, c
interestr+ will be su;,I rv;d un I a n:teri,l a
pr, p'rity so exper:ueed which are not I
nw kncown. Let the :ociety wet regn,
According to acc.;nnts received by th :
Charleston pape-. the l:tyor and Aldermen
of that city. botorable 'illrbur% ites, are
e.ihiing tati n"s lv in al: their natura.l
di fotuiit2es, and io such a pitch have they 1'
etirse that it is t.ott'inPrcb..blu tit: their d:s i
graceful proeedeJi.gs titi ternti).ite in a gen- 1
erul tight some d.ty. "t K-ikenny ct flght
w,,u:d be the vety thin:, grand hinale-b:g
gPcase spot-i..ll piece of woo:-c.srpet"b g
strap-nothing more, noting les-, but the
scent of the shl'ry dep.rt'd'l, ft for the de
light' d uudiecre. It is difficult to di-cover II
which are 'eb- i+-g the nurst, the white '
tegrNi ~- th .%ck, but we believe the
fori' r :tc" enti:is-d t' the chamapion e.irpet"
b;rg<: bhcI lh' next gctb will beiug to
our ez - he ciah of resounding arms per. n
baps - t aen ,o-~ew fll our. &c.
The W ilr:lnng:on Star. pithily says: We t
oh,erre the st:ttelent that the Lo.ndoit
"rime" i is a;!.pted short leaders, and now
d:rpo,es oT:i su'ject in four paragraphs, ie
where it fcn.AL:i3 occupicd aS manuy col i-i
We lave alw ,ys +bought this the proper
plan for ne spapers. A large najor;"
ty of the readet' of such journals have neith- a
er time nor inchnatio, to wide through the
two-column lea:lers iht.t overburden manY T
of the papers of the country. et
Too much of the srrice tb-t onght to be
devoted to cEws is appropriated by that .
class of editors who seem to be in mortal t
dread that the puh!ic will suppose they can't h;
wr.te at all, ule-s they write at least a col- it
utnn on each queatiou they undertake tt tI
dicwss, whethor iz be a bodkin or a rail- Q
But experience will ultimately regulate r
this as it does mnost other mattters- E
-The Southern Baip'ist Convention which Z
recently toet at Macon, Ga., was largely-at- 8
tendled-the most influenaial of the cleray a
being in ttendance. That great question.
which obtrudes- up-n all public assemblie, A
now, both civil and religions-the status of
the "~man anid bro;ifr"-was discussed, it
and we think aisely left in abeyance. Time, P~
tho...gieat dispose'r of ev-ents will arrange
this troube as it has-all others, Many imn- s
portant m4tters of church policy were har a
The Convent.ona ajourned to meet n2xt
ycar at Louisville, Kenick.
The 79th Annua- Co.nvention of the Epis% t"
copal D;ocese of S- C , conivened at St.
Luke's Charleston, on the I2th Instant. T
Every Episcopal Cae c in the State- was
A suong efl-ort was made to change it
name, '"Coirvettion,"~ to that of "Council,"
but without success.
rhis cosmsvative body toole no action
up,,,n the hcim of rituaili,m. -1
Tare niext Annuaui tanvt)'Uionl wi'l be held a
at .abb,-vilie, S. C.
The &outhern Pn-ety teriani General As- ~
sem~bly mect at M.aii. on the 2oth. A vety
.rge attenidtace o' x:j-iter. Great liar
nony provr.ils. Imnportant qatedtiont .ot ii
Cairhl policy a.re be:ore the Assmbly.
The As-en.aly will convene next at Louis
Amongst the variou, modts of tre-tinenlt a
the jut ee of sorenlo t-' i.ak.- syrup and sugar h
that of the Louisville Ken'ucky Sor;rtoAi
Compainv eeiars to u. as deaving attention n~
yrii Co<np msy proposes to make sugar hr n
a p.rocess siple. 'sure tad fitiis t, in such t
a mannier as no f.:rmesr will be~ afraid to ats -1
t-mpt it, anid at nieb u cost as brings it with- e
in the reachi of nne-tenths of thote engaged a
in agriculture. It is io be hopedI that if the t
nierits of the proe's.s (paretetd) he at great e
a< we have hear.l, our countr' friends vi-l j
avail ot the oppormnnity offered the-m of
for mnarket besides.
IThe er.>p isi one which is remnraing,
wh.tier for sm;ar in pirt, or whiolly as a ::
syup crop; anid as -uch we thik it advisas%
b'te aut all to-C who can enhivate ain atcre Ti
or ito, hould do so -Warrentosi (Va.) Sen
We heartily endorse the above, and urge
the farmer.. in this. section to give the matter
unprja:liced con..ideration. Already corn- 1
panies are org tnszed ini this Couary to give
this j,rocess a fair trial. h.et the f.:rmers enl
courage the enterpri'e hy planting a few
acres of the proper sort of cane. It, will save
the County the large sum annually expended
fr -agair and syiup, som- 650 000.00 and the
..rnp thu" naile can be easily sub%tirn'ed
for at least one-hailf of the meat rr qii~ by
thae i... ''y. thtu' saving to u<~ for our bomne
intenesttsin con.idersabe sum otherwise to ba I
ued in a fori i"n land.
The cane can he planted till ahe 20-h of
Junue. Pi.int your land where 'he cotton h 1,s
f iled, us ud your wheat lands, for thety will
mature the cane suffieiently for stag r and
yThe Memphis Conventionl di-cuesed hich"
Mirr.portant matters. The resolu:ion look
nog to the est iblishment of a lire of railway
connectint the Pacilic co.ist with the Gulf of
Meico, i's of vital moment.
In Cineclutnati, gentlement from the South
have met with tbo..e from the West ad
Northwest to talk over the great subject of
r iltay conncCnons. The claims of the
Blue Rtidge are urged. Verily, things ate
The Spartaniburg Spartan mentions
the death of Mr. A. M. Purifoy, and also
- that of Rev. Thomas Hutchinga, formet ly
of the Methodist Conference, but lately
of the Protestant Methodist C:hurch.
A c'ountrymnan who hand never paid
more than twenity-five cents to see ani
exhibition "e.t' to view the "Forty
e Theves." The tict-seller charged himt
seventy-tive.cetnts for a ticket. Passing
the pa'teboard biack, he quietly remark
. ed: "Keep'i, ii.ar; I don't- want- to
. see the other thirtyi.niue,." ad ot .tbe
We hsve rec"ived a copy of 'ie Monthli
'port of the Dhl tri.i.t of Agricdt'ar
>r .\ ireb and _pril, 1ii'J. 1- is tilled witi
ahnai ie stati;tics.
The May number of the Pritrer's Citc
ir hat rtirui d. R. S. Meniman. editor at
ubliiher, 513 Miuor.4treet, Phib:udelphia
esrs. A. T. Cuvis and E. MaMurra
outribute an interesting history of the Co
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That efever li?tle sheet-the Pr.ctic
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It increasea in interet. The follow
t:are its contentsa
The Lost it.r: a tale of the Gran Cha
>; Juht, Bull during the Rebellion; why
i svmplaies were with the Sou'h; The
nquet Queen:; a warning to croqpetter.
tain-t coquettes ; The Vulures of Amer
a ; a inot:ot!raphie sketch of these foul
'tked birds; Turnipg the Tatlea ; How I
or. Mf Appointnent ; The Mad Skater ;
e tyshurg ; The Yellow Chief; All Alone;
cnory Dear ; El Dorado ; Croquet Liter
r.- ; The Foun:ain of Youth ; Saved by
Whitle "lick ;" an adventure that actu
ly occurred ; Things Wor:h Thinking of ;
rif-" ; Croquet ; a tre.atise with notes and
Mr Steplena opens the Jtnee"Riversider
ith another of his droll Mot! erGuose pie
res, lilustratint the ditty "The Fox and
a Wife, they had a great Strife." As it
peaceful contrast, the opening article o:
te number is "First School-days of a little
naker,'' which promises to be a bright
ury for gitls. History is provided in a
ctch of "Joan of Arc," by George M.
uwle. Mr. Jacob ht bOt explaina "Jouel'.
qivalent." Paul iH. Hlaynie, the Poet,
Ils a lively story in prose of "Robby Sin.
eton's Misha p;" the " Ramubles in Constan
nople" are continued, as also the Hunting
ketchiea in SQuth ..A frica ; while there I.
other New Testament story, this time o
te -Marriage Fe.ast at Can't," and Han.
tderson tells a fr'esh story of "The Comet,'
hiebi has a very graceful picture by M. L
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r June.''Ro-es Fair a, Jen"y's Cheek.'
ae liter .rv department looks attractive
Dimev's Comp.trny," by Mary L. Boll-; thi
mtiutionl of Mirs. Wood's "Rtolandi
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ovelette, "Between Two;" and an exqui
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eel phate portric of Geo Peatmory, the grea
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orh preparid expressly for this magazint
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'e Physicail Bacis of Life which batterly ha
engrossed the attention of the scienatifi
tord A very pleasing article on the We
ian Question, reprinted from Trhe Su h
rn Review. A lecture hy Prof Gaillar.l, c
etuckv. o1 the me licaml le.son<4 of she l.mi
ar, bes.ide variou4 other contributtions o
iterestng 'ubjects: Book Reviews, HavaI
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We have read the C harleston Courier
cport of last Tuesday 's prolceedlingS
.'toneiil. Although the report is prin
d in small type and tills four long co
tums, no bjusinesa was transacted. 1.
:onuad di-cover nothing but bravado, i;
morance, impudence, and egotism. Vi.
ent petrsonallities, threats, and rude an
anblushing discourtesies were used b
nebers toward each other. This
he body that displaed' the portraits<
enerala Lee and .Jackson, ar.d stbst
uted thos~e of Generals Grant and she:
nn. Charle~ston is ut der the rule<
The Courier concludes its report wit
he following paragraph:
A mot ion to adiourn put an end to or
f the mnost disssing~ sc. neCS ever wi
nessed ini the Connieil halls of Charlestol
A scene which would have disgraced
brothel, and which will ever stand a f
blot upon the fair famne of Charlesonm.
The Marion Crescent reports an al
precedented quantity of sickness, pa
tierlv among children. An epidem
cough and catarrh has afflicted near
the whole community, and there h
been a great deal of suffering. It h
not, however, been fata) ;in its effects,
ExtaxORL.tAIar MARRIAG.A coup
were iparried at IToward's Grove Ho
pital, in Richmond, Monday, each
whom, some y'ears ago, were compells
to have their legs amputated -at 11
Wter..0ng to their -having been a
Jenny June, that lovely little votary
thus de,cribes the fashion6 for murnin
"White dresses are beconiing nior
a nd more fashionable for surrer morn
ing toilettes, and a new method of tritu
ming them has been introduced thi
'e:ason which deserves pas-ing notict
Upon white clear organdie, narro%
cross-cut folds of fine linen cambric ar
l;id and stitched with the sewing mn
chine throngh the centre, a space be
twecn each fold. Tihers are seven in
series round the b.inomn (f the skiri
which i, gored froat and sidles, and fi'"
upon the basqnie and skeves. An un
der-ski' t of hook inin - is shaped ex
actly like the organ<iie skirt to wear witi
it, nnd is trrmerrud c ith seven folds e
linen cambhri.t.like it. T:,e entire com
tnmre, including the unde'- s irt and sael
trimmiked w i;h bands to miv -": it, is thir
tv-six dolhar,s. 'Tie ef:et -,f this trin,
wing roiu be kern to be a;preciated; i
itoks like told. if while s:: is, and ha
the advantage of Wa-hir g l-:r fectly ant
ironing without iup.eiring its beauty
Very e!eg.nt organin' dr "ses are pro
fu,-iti trimEe; n iii i :;, I iu gings in
s -rtions ard.edgi-o of ' V-.enciennes.
A new stvic ha=' low, ga.e yoke, ti
which a ,m:al WTrten is attached a
the hack for an over-.skit t and pannier
it i, tini,hed With i, ills, line tuckini
and puffs to mtatch the trainvu skirt, am
I hac bows and streamcrs of narrow pinl
ri l;n in tie centre of the wide box
ple:ting at the back. Another stvl. ha
an upper skirt -very boufIrnt, and i
short sack or ba-que open upon th
back, cut in potits ~ cdged with wid,
valencinnes and united by bows an(
enad of pink ribbon. A br ight Chinta pini
:;-, Ghina blue are just now very fasb
io aole 'olt'rs, 'particnlarly in conjunc
tlfl , itl a soft pearl grey or dove color
Ax IxNNcrioNx -AGasT THE SOUT]
CAnOLInA RAILROAD,-The Augnust Chron
iele arid Sentinel of Sunday, says: "Judgt
Gibson .granted an injunction, yesterday
against the South Carolina Railroad, at tht
in,tance of the City Council of Augusta, re.
-training the railroad from discriminating
in its freights and passenger fares agains
Augusta, and preventing them from run
ning their passenger and freight cart
through the streets of the city to the com
mon, or Union Depot, under a penalty o:
two hundred thousand dollars. the follow,
ing is a copy of the injunction filed in tht
Clerk's Office yesterday evening:
AT CIIAMBRR. May 15. 1869.
After carefully examining this bill, tht
writ of ,ubpoonais orde ed to issue asprayec
for; also. the writ of injunction restraining
said South Carolina Raitroad Company frot
di-criminauting in their rutes of freigbt anc
fare for plissergers as charged In the bill
in the penal sum of one hundred thouand
dollars.- Also, that the said the South Caro
11in4 R rilroad Cothpany be restrained and
enjoinued after twelve days from this d'ate
froam run ning~ their locomditives, engines anc
e-irs through the streets of the city of An
gusta. either by them<eclves, their agents
emiiployees, or any o:her person or persons
except in itrict coumfority with the contrata
hereot attached, ini the like sum of one hun
died thousaznd dollars; and also, that thi
said South Carolina Railroad Company be
restrained, after twetve days from this date
fromD opening, using or keeping any pas
senger depot or ticket office in the city 0
Au.rusta, oc from taking on their cars o
tr:rins. anyv passengers for the said road, ex
cept a t the p-asenger and ticket office desig
nated by the en raict hereto :ttaclhed, or lo
c.ared on rhe sqnare b)ounded by Bay' Centre
Reyniolds and W:ashingtOn -streers, under
tess penaltty of ton thou-and( dollar-.
I -. Judge.
In an article upon the pIossibilities e
war andl fundzte contingenet.-e, the Char
le.ston News concludes as f2!ajxa:
in the mneinwhaile, every So.utherne
should watch the politidal horizon witl
a calm arid steady eye. We know no
what might be the finial result of a wa
between the Government oif the Unitei
States and the three powers; but iti
the part of Wi*do;;1 to keevp.vur hveq i'
order and be ready to mieet every issui
uhat mtay ari.se. Our people now shoul<
be chary of contractinug debts and of ini
crea,ingv their otitstanding engagemnents
The first seriouns talk of war would driv
.old out of steht, and in the coir%c C
the war the huistory of the Confederat
enrrency would he repeatedl. We mus
live quietly, andl, as far as possible, with
in ourselves. Espe<iazl attenitionl shoul
continue to be given to raising breaud
stuffs. Ni) opportunity should be neg
lected of increa.,ing our mannfacturin
capacity. Our aimt should be to tmak
th~e South as far as possible independeni
a s that if the war cloud does hurst ove
this country, we may be ina position t
r ide ont the storm with but little loto
and be able to taike every proper advar
tage of the chances atnd contingencies<
The Charleston Cotirier sauys that the fo
lowing halleluyah was sung with great gu:
to, at a May Festival of the colored per
pie of a wel!-known Southern ci'y:
We's nearer to de Lord *
SDan the white. foks, and dey knows i
-Sh'e de glory gate wnbasrred ;
W~alk np. darkie-', pass dle guad ;
Bet a dollar he don't close it.
Walk up, darkies, froo de gate ;
Hark ! de' colored aangels holle'r,.
-Go awaiy, white folks! you's too late;
. We's dle win nih' color; wait
Till the trumpet sounds to foller:
-. B lallelnyahb! t'anksa anf' praise;
L.ong enniff e've bot-te our crosses ;
dNow we's de soope.rior race ;
We's g inire to hehben arore de boss
iThe Greenville Enterprise. referring to il
late B ptist-Camvention-'at Macon, p;easan
ly says: Amoung 'he visitors wre n numb
-or the newly marred, an'I the greatest troi
be was e:!terienced in finding accomnmoda
inns for true bridal couples, tbe ladies
f Macon not heing prepared to entertain
many wedding pzarties A g'ave gentlema
on bseings intformed of the difRiculty, sugge
b te I the expedient or putting. all the brides
one raoom and alil the grooms in another, at
so convert the ladie s into nu'ia and the ge
e temen intro mnonks during the continuan
of the Convention.
.A French engineer, by. name Cazi
ahas miade a little electtic- engine for a
ta:htnenut to a sewing machine. TI
-"pile," pilaced in a convenient corner,
concealed in a foot stool, supplies ti
- motive power ; touching a button a
r- plies it, and, at an expense of eighte
i or twenty cents per day, the little e
y. gine saves much effort, strength, ai
really fatigninug labor. Of .course,
a may be applied to.otber thmngs.
We have had of lale an unprecedent
e- quanity of sickness, .particulely, atmo
- chifd:~eh. Ans epidemic..cough and <
-tarrh has afflicted-naarWty'hole coi
d munity and, there has.been a great di
of sufering. - -.We *re gIai tlo say, ho
.* ,eer, that it..bug -not.?been: fatali
aa.-M'Trm'n Sfar.- -
BAGGAGE SM.tsnERC.-The inconveni.
ence and etlange caused by the seeming
tilicious de'ight which the employees
o%ny of the railroads of the Untited
;tt'Qa t.;.ke in the reckless haulling of
t,- - .t::ge passing through th1 ir hands,
have attracted the attention of the fas
.aehusetts Legislature. In that body
there has recently b.en introduced a bill,
which provides that any person whose
duty it ii to handle, remove, or take care
of the batgage of passengers, who shall
wilfully and wantonly ijtjure or destroy
any trink, valise, box, package or toarcel,
while loading, tranaijot tin;g, unloading,
or delivering. o; storing the same, shall
be puni.heil by a fiae not exceeding fifty
dollais, or by irntri.;onmtent in jail not
excetding two month.-Wil. Star.
There have beei two hundred patents
ikued at the Parent office, Washington,
for velocipedes during the past twelve
There are said to he a tillion Baptists
in Great Britain and Irel:and.
EXTRACT FROM A LiTiE FROM JEsA
Lx.-"We started early to ascend Mt.
Olivet, to behold the sun gild the niinarets
and towers of the devoted city, from the
place where memory, stirred by a thousand
associations, shoutll exalt the mind as well
as the eye, to the inspiration of the scene.
Well is the voyager repaid for long trav
els, horrid roads, antediluvian cookery,
squali,l companionship and the in.portuni
ties of begging, thieving Arabs. Well
would it have repaid you, oh ! man of com
merce and the crucible! and well might
you have- been reminded of your own city,
for here, painted upon a board nailed
against one of the hu. e ancient olive trees,
under which the sacred martvs toiled for
the sins of the world, eighteen hundred
years ago, were these familiar figures, S. T.
-160-X. We do not know who did it,
but no doubt some poor invalid traveler,<ured
by the Plantation Bitters,. wished to ad
vertise their virtues in a place from whence
all knowledge flows."
MAGrOLTA WATER-Superior to the best
imported German Cologne, and sold at half
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office, May
Aughtry Elizabeth N. Mrs.,
Boozer Lucy W. Mrs.,. Bland John or
George, Brown Charles L., Blatock J. S.,
Ballinger Zancy, Boyd D. P., Bedenbaugh
James, Booze E. F. Miss, Baily A. T. 2
Caldwell Delphia, Cromer Frank, Cymel
Edward, Che.shee Mary, Cha , bers Tho
tas, Jr., Campbell Andrew, Crosby Elma,
Cleland C. S.
Davis Mary E. Miss, Duuglas Simpson 2,
Dickard J. L., Dale John. -
Edwards Ain, Elmore Robert.
Folk Sue Mr.., Fernandes James, Fore
man A , Fuhaner Jacob, Feltmain G. W.
Goiding J. F., Glen Mark, Gilliam John
T., Gilliamn R. G, Griffin Mary, G arret Levi
2, Grimes Janmes, Gilliami Lucv Mrs.
Bunter Octavia Miss, Hendrix West.
Hipp G;eorge, Hiarrison Mary, Hunter (. D.
Miiss, Haine Geo. G. Mrs., Llipp .Louisa.
Jones AI-ert, Jackson Williani 4, John
son J. M. Mrs., Jol',iron A. R. Miss.
Koona J, )I. 2, Killian F., Kiumard Dick.
Lake Juno. R., Lark Paunee a.iss, Living.
ston Bethie Miss, Lyles Wmn., Longshore
McDonald Divid, Morris W., Morgan
Carrie M's, Millord T. B., Minms F. S,
3eil Sinda, Neil Williant.
Owens Ann Mrs. 2.
Prat her Thomas Y., Penna Julien Mrs.,
Parker Mary Jane, 2 (Col.), Paul Jan -Mrs.
Pres,.Iv Jane Mrs.
Rush Elmira 2, Rhuford Bob, Richie . Y.
Sir<., Raul Nancy Mrs., Richmiond F. Mirs.,
Rogers tiat Mi-s.
S pearmanl C Dl., Scott Isabella Mrs. Semn
. .,Smni'h Charlotte Mr-, Smith Nancy
Mr.. Sp sitmm Jas. $ , Spence Johnl S..
Spence, Ibbty Mrs , Sad'er J H , Saber D.
F., suber Lucy Mi's. Smith F. E.
Tv~ner J. W., Trebble Andrew, Wallace
Hitlery 2, Walton Mosers 2 Waters P. B.
[f not taken one by the 1." oif June, wi:l
be sent to the Dead Letter Offiee.
A M RISER. P. M.
Nesw3East, May 25.-Cottn dull it from 24
M-W Youx,. May 24-7 P. M..-Oction ashd
lower, withI sares or 1.400 balihr. at 2S4 a 28.
t.olheaevy, wi'hi an iLcreasinag piessare to mell
and ctose-l at 41j
CnH,a-ST"N. Hay 24.-Cotton market guel
bt nnchanigeel : sales 250) biale-middlings 27j a
27; rec,-ip's 212
A UGEYSrA, M~ay 24 -Co'tta market quiet. with
98al44fl3;6 ".ales; receiptst 806, middi.gs C}
Liv- R?Po' L, Miav 24-ifvet:ln.-Cbtt.n dull
uplands 11k; Orleaus 14; saies10.000 baes.
NORT H AMIllN LIFE
SSETTS, I'OR~A~ A) 6URifJi ILLIONS
T H IS COM PANY desires to seente Loca
and1 t)i-tricr Ageots throughout .thb
Sute of South Caro!ina. andl wilt maake liber
at arrangements with men of energy ant
It j,snes all the desirabl!e forms of Policies
at rate, as low ais those of other iir't,chas
Conttlie. I, 2ives a CREDIr' OF ONE
TlIRD the PRE'ItUM, WI-HEN DESI1RED
,nd rietvee the b lance in O NE, TWO~( o
THRIEE tNsarALLMENTS. with FU[Rf1
DAYS GRACE PAY MEN rs.
[t P.,lem- are .\ON-FORFEITA BLE FO!
A SPECOFIED A MOUN r, in case orfrajitmn
To pey p e:m,lum4 Ni) RESrR[Cr1os's 0
SOU'rIIERN RESIDENCE OR TRAVEL.
Active men with such a'Company, cat
make an agency pay them welt._
Apply toE. P GEOR.GE,
May ~26 20 3t Gen. Agent for S. C.
A dd.e-: c are Charleston Hotel, Charleston
S. C., till 10.h June; after that date-Colum
bia, S C.
Newberry, C. H., S. C.,
May 25th, 1869.J
Money Orders can be ob'ained at thi
Office upon all parts of the Urited States
which is now the safest way to send i.ney
as the government is responsible for ever;
order issued.A.MRS ,
May 20 20 4t. Postmaster.
District Court of the United States
For the District of South Carolina.- In Bauli
ruptcy. In the matter of Martin Chapiu inm
dividually. and as Srivor of Su"m"e
To whom it may coneern: The undersigne
hereby givets notice of his appointmeant s hi
signee of the estate of Martin Chapinm, Bani
rupt. in his individual espaeltv, and as Survive
of Summer & Chapin, ip the County of tAXiiI
ten, and State of South Carolina within eat
County, who has been adjudeed a Bankrugl
poa his own pition by the District Court <
said District. )atd !ewberry C. 11., th
25h day of M AD,1@
MaJ2 2 .-P RO,Asg
Episcopal services may be expected in
the L ibherat Church next Sabhath, on
which occa-i..n t e Rev. Ellisou Capers, of
Greenville, %ill officiate.
The services, morning and afternoon. will
be held at the usual hours. The Lutheran
cong eg:ttion and the public are cordially
iu#iited to attend.
Our well-borer, "the" veritable Chinese
one, it will be remembered, arrived last
week. His friends in the country are in
forued that he is at work in town. We
hope that Le will bore the coniunity
f The exercises of the Bible Class at Ave
leigh Church, Monday evening last, were
very interesting. It w is perceptible that
the members of the cilass were not oaly
familiar with the sacred writings, but that
they felt the importance of the command
l "Search the Scriptures, for in them ye
think ye have eternal life."
A charming address was delivered by
Rev. P. S. Jacobs, of Ciinton, upon the
never failing riches of the eternal word.
WILL BE OBLIoD.-Our friends through
the Di-trict will confer a favor by imparting
to us any and all items of interest which
may become known to them from time to
tithe, such as fires, lightning strokes, wind
s:orm", hail, heavy rain, cotton warm, re
markable births, accidental deaths, singular
marriages, wonderful fish hauls, together
with -an account of the blasse. When
l ever you hear or witness anything o? the
kind enumerated, please jot down, name,
date, place, &c., as the case may be, and
" send to us, and our embelhsher will fix up
the samre in improved stk le.
Cow A9D Corox.-The weather contin.
net cool, fires are constantly necessary, and
there have been but few days this Spring (?)
warm enough witbout the aid of fire. The
effect, such remarkable weather is having
upon cotton and corn, is tnut serious. The
very heavy wahing rains also have done no
little injury of late. Both adverse circumn
stances have in many cases almost destroyed
the prospect for cotton at least, and we hear
of many farmers who are ploughing up their
cotton fields for the purpose of putting in
corn, not only in this district but in others,
$nd we trust that wherever re-planting has
to be done, that corn and peas have the pre
MORE SEED.-"F." will please accept our
thanks for favoi. Have plenty of pumpkin
seed now, and if we do not raise enough for
home use it will be no fault of our friends.
'-F." says he has known and transacted buc
sitiess with, editors for many years, and will
ever testify to ther sharpness, but that the
sharpest one he has ever had_ to do with ia
he who plants pumpkiu seed in the mtoon
He is startle.1 omut of his every-.day propr iety,
and can't see through it. Hie forgets that
the age is progessive--that a new order of
things is sprung. He thinks too, thot Mce
Fall's Veiccipede has something to do with
it, but we assure him otherwise; and aniy
rway he bets that next Fall he will be able to
s howbigger pampk ins raised in the grounid,
than we catn from the moon. The bhit is ta
ken, and wa trtst he will pay if he bets.
The suffering editor of a country
newspaper, thus takes Ileave of his
readers : "The sheriff is waiting for us
in the next room, so we hav-e no opipor
ftunsity to be panthetic. Maej. Mabeum
says we are watnted an] nmust go. De
linquenat stb.sei ibers,'you have much to
ano er for. H eaven' may forgive y ou,
rbut we nsever c-an.
SP,eparations are maikin.g for a grsand
emigr-ation from North Germany to the
United States, anid a very eqsasiderable
part of it will flow Southward where the
cultumre, frutit, sugar, and rice, holds out
peenmliar inidue-eaments to) the sons of
IFathem land. Texab and Georgia will get
the aIs;ger share.
SEx cOMMUNIcATED. - The Preshb terr
orf Mm,.ognheln, of the Unitedl Pre'shyter
ian Church, in its session at Pittsbunrg,
laist week. excommntnticated Rev. James
Pre.th.-v, D. D., foir the offence of marry
ing utwl li% ing w ith another woman
w ~hile his divorced wife is still living.
eA c-rgynmn Kansas says be has
man .'i b ut one cou ple in a year. They
pai.! himt nothing, staid to ditnner, as it
was a rainy day, and then horrowed his
utn.brella when they left, which lhe has
Little Frank was taught he was made of
dutst. As lie stoo,d by the window watuchinig
t .e dust as the wind was whirling it in; ed
dies, he exc.laimed, serioui-ly, "Ma, I
-thought the dIust looked as though there
. was going to be anothter little hoy made."
Senator Spragne, when he speaks,
.keeps his.hads ini his pockets. Most
of the radical Senators, when they talk
are try-ing.to get thetir hands itnto the
pockets of other people.
Clapp, the Gongressional printer, is
determuined to carry out his views re
garditng apprentices and the colaored
printer Dotuglass, regardless of the action
of the Printer's Utilon.
Gen. Lee is a lay delegate to the
Episcopal Convention which will assem
bile in Frebericksburg, Va., on theo 26t,h
e The wars fronm 1853 to 1866i, accord
ring to.the L<imda'n Peace Soicietv, cost
Ch Oris-tennomn 1,743,491 lives and $'J,565,
aSaxe says: "Laws like sausages, cease
to itispire re?pect in proportiOn as we
n ktnow how they are made."
e A man died suddenly from intemperence,
and a Westrern jairy found that "deceased
came to his deatti by drinking- between
SWhen Caser was asked by Brutus
e how many eggs he bad eaten for break
r fast, he answered : "Et tu, B3rutus."
- 587 executions by Spanish drum-bead
n courts-martial have beeni reported by the
American agetnts in Cuba.
SThe Hon. Alberi, Pike and Chief Jus5
tice Chase are in Charleston.
d George Francis Traitn lectured at New
g Haven, on "Woman the Conming Man.
- West Florida is to be purchased by
es -Black wille; S. C., is to have a Fire Cow
Newberry, 3. C.
An Ordinance to preserve the peac
and govd order of the Town of
.ewberry and to establish police
regulations for the same.
Be it ordained by the Town Council, and
by authority of the samethat nfter the pars
ags of this Orainance, it shall he the duty of
the M.a rshall to arrest all persons guilty of
misdemeanors or lighter crimes, within the
corporate limits of the Town of Newberry,
by violation of the laws of the State of
South Caro!ina, or by violation of any.0
natice of the Town of Newberry, and *
them before the Intendent or a warden t
ing in his stead, whom the Iutendent my
appoint for that purpose, at such hour as
naay be designated from time to time, fora
daily police Court and that the Intendeat,
or Warden acting in his stead shall hive
power to pass such order in the premises as
in his opinion justice may require consist
ently with the authority of Council, in sach
case provided. .
Be it further ordained, that it shall be ti
duty of the Marshall, after the arrest of any
person, whose violation of law interferes
with the peace and good order of'h610a
of Newberry, or the conduct ot the per s
arse.ted, after the arrest it~fmiiad,'i such as
to impair the peace and good order of the
Town to closely confine such person, and
to p oduce him ns herein beforedi l
for examinatlon, or proper adntinisatratii
ofcri-ninal justice may require.
Be it ordained, that any 'peiori''g
upon the side-walk, or leiding 1001496
on except to cross the same, 1z
Of a misdemeanor, and be 'nnlibed aW
discretion oa tKs Cotnce, w
of its authority. .
Be it further ordained, that any rae
found drunk in the streets of bh Tom, at
Newberry, whereby the peace and ko'd'ae.
der of the Town is impaited or the conve
nience of other persons Is. interfered ".,
he t.eld guilty of a misdemeanor pad
isbable as the discretion of the Co eIB
in the limits of their authority.
Be it ordained, that the dilu,
arms in the streets or roads, wi
corporate limits of the Town of -euA
be held a misdemeanior, and p-uiske
discretion of the Council within the
of its authority.
Be it ordained, that smoking In the IW
Road Depot, or t.pon any of its plat-s .
be held a misdemeanor and ponish r
the discretion of the Council, wlthiz
imits of it&.authority, and be it fhtbW
dained, that the smoking in private -ae
houses, and stores after notice f
suc~h smoking, be held a misdemespor,
punishable accordingly, as above uro
Be it further ordained, that the abe
false weights and measures, -eubjeos -eW
parties using them, to punishment at l
discretion on the Council, a ithin the- limit
of its authority, besides their liability Is
be proceeded against otherwise a Pl,
to law, and it shall be lawful for th.
shall, from time to time, to examine end
test the correctness of all weights aed
uires used in trade within the eodphaep
its of Newberry, and to report allveMR
of law in this particular. - -
lioI:e and ratified in Council . M1
and given under my hand ands the of e
the Corporation, this fifteenth day - May,
A. D. eighteen hundred and sixty4Ifa.
J. M. BAXTER, Intendeat.
B. II. BI.EASE, tierk.
, COUJOIL f!HAN3It
Nmaay, &. 6
An Ord'nsance to improve the
tary conditionf of the' Totzeqn
Be it ordained bay the Town Conea isd
by the aauthaoriay ol' the same, That 'akdi
stareams with'a the corporate.- limais- at. sbhd
Town of Ne.wtwrry, shall bec kept opn,ad
free from all obatructions in anuy -b.d
pedling the fresh flow of water,'indst.
liad owners and tenants be required t
their lands adj1cent to the stresm,
sta;:nanut eater, and remove any
causes imnpairing ti.e sanitary conddsemet
thae Town. -. :
Thaat the Marshall shall take jgum&gnse
steps to open the stream. at the expeses Wt
the Town Council, and to notifyv the
owners and tenants to drain their as
aaej went to the stream.; and upon the fall
ure of any one herein require:I to drain
lands adjacent to the streas, that*
Marshall shall have the right,and Is
instructed to enter uporn suchr laids vre
quiring draining, and drain the same, keep.
ing an exact .ecotunt or' the cost of such
drainiage, and ch:ar4e the cost to the ;psrty
whaose duty it, is to drain the land upe
this Ordinaunce and report the -ane to
That she person or persons liablyt draia
lanmds under this Ordinance, and uipon notice
failing to render obed'eenoe- to this Ordi
natce within a reasonable
held guilty ot a misdeneaao
a le with fine at the dcredoni
cii within the limits- of its a e
.ides being ortewise pred;agauist
acc3rding taw. .s
Be it fourt5Ur ordained that all cfetes<d
sickness withain the corporate limits o - w
berry, or other nuisance, be removed, s
abated as far as may be by the owwsser
Occup,nits of the lot,s upon which suck
caumses of sickness or nuisance may exist,
uiponi notice to that effect, and that sack
persons failing so to remove or aba'Ai
causes of sicka'ess or uince, shaR b1q
guilty of a maidemeanor and pauishablef
fine at the dis:retion of the coanell wit4
time limits of its authority, besides being
liable to be otherwise proceeded aga~IM
accor dinag to law.
That it shall be the duty of the 5aushafl
Iupon the failure of the owners and ocs
rants of lots to remove or abate any csam
aof sickness or other puisance :aw-.herein
provided to enter upon sic,h. lots, mnd re
move cr abate such causes %f ikbmpser
other nuisance, and keep an exact acounst
of such removal or abatement and?WpUt the
sa..e to the CounciL
That it shall be the duty of-the Edshafl
to look closely and vigilantly to tha ihe
provement of the sanitary. cond a. the
Town, and that he promptly report -e'vsry
thing at all impairing the. same. ;i , -.
Doneind-rattiled in Council, -assembled,
and given under my-hand and the seal of
the corporation, this fifteenth day of May,
A. D., eighteen hundred ad sixty-nine.
J.'iN. BAXTER, Intendant.
B. if Bx.E.AsE, Clerk.
May 26. -'
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