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TitrEE DOLLARs A YEARI] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLItENCE$ [INVARIALY IN ADvAToC.
VOL.V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1869- NO.40.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING,
At Nowberry 0. It.,
By THOS. F. & R. H. ORENEKER,
Editors and Proprietors.
TERMS, 08 PEA ANNUM, IN CUR R ENCY
Payment rTuired invariably in advance.
Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit%
usrie., and Comninoations subserving~private
* Iutereste, are ahariced as adverilsemtents.
[For the Herald.
October 5th, 1869.
Mn. EDITOR: Will you allow me a
am'ift space in your columns, to tnake a
few suggestions to the planters of the
County ? We have just passed through
one of the most extraordinary sensons
experienced by the oldest of our inhabi
tants. Although unusual energy has been
displayed by our people in putting in
afid cultivating their crops, and a larger
amount of fertilizers has been brought to
this county this year than has ever been
known before; yet, what is tie condition
of the county ? There is scarcely pro
visions enough to supply its wants for
six months, and the cotton erop will not
exceed two fifths of What we plan1ted for
and reasonably expected to mnake, and
that little is now being hurried to market.
in many instances, to meet lien notes,
and sold for ten cents per pound less
than its real value; what is left in most
cases, after paying ofr lien notes, will be
consumed in buying provisions abroad.
Where is the gain either to the individ.
tial or community by continuing this
mode of working ? Is there no remedy?
Ys, a perfect and complete one. I have
travelled from the Canadas in the North
to the everglades of Florida in the South,
and I say without hesitation, tha%t we
have as many, if not more advantages
%ere, to make a living and grow rich,
than any spot I have visited. Our see
-ion, besides being a fine cotton country,
69d too high for the various insects that
estroy that great staple, produces all of
-he cereals In the greatest perfection.
Of wheat, we can make from I0 to 50
bushels, of barley from 20 to 80 bushels,
of oats from 15 to 60 bushels, an( Indiani
corn front 8 to 50 bushels per acre, ac
cording to the preparation of the land and
the amount of fertilizers used. Why
should we, knowing these facts, longer
pursue the old system of planting and
send abroad for such a large amount. of
the necessaries of life? There is not
near so much need for Indian corn as
most planters think, and if the planters
will pqt in good crops of barley, wheat
pad oats, after a thorough preparation
of the land and a free use of fertilizers
Wo will need very little Indian corn next
Ppring. I have been told by practical
farmers that they have made their crop
by feeding their plough anim1ks alone on
bafley, and that as soon as they begin
ft use in the spring the animals improve
pand rarely ever get sick when fed upon
t. Last ing I had a small lot of it
which proved invaluable. Let tus all de.
termine to make all the barley, wheat,
iand oats we can, and buy as little corn
- as possible. Now is the time to put in
She grain if a full harvest is reaped. I amn
glad to see that Messrs. Robert Moormani
A Ge., nowv enterprising merchants,
ithough formerly ranked among our best
g lanters, have, with an eye to mteet the
aimergeney, ordered a large quantity of
4 barley seed to the county. Let no one,
whto has a plantation or farm, delay in
S procuring his seed and ptting them in
as soon as possible. Let us try andl keelp
in* thme county as much of the money we
tave made as possible, at all events, let
* a, net send it abroad to buy wheat wve
can so easily raise at hoipo.
I renrnin, air,
Yours very respectfumlly,
EL~LISON S. KEITYi.
A CoLORtED MAIsTATE~ IN
tIRTHI CARItO NA 1ons1- A 1IEN
IIoos.-Says the WVilin gton
;, Journal; A negro cnlled Henry
IKelly, who rejoiced in the honor(?)
o f being elected a Magistrate of
13tnswielt Cotunty dluring the
recent election, broke into thle hen
roost of Mr..Beonj. F. Bryan on
Tueaday evening -lasit, and stole
'two of that genitloeman's pet chick
'oh)8. Mr. 13ryan has proof of this
fact, and wvill have the thieving
Magistrate elect arrested for
larceny. On the Thtursdaty night
prvots this same rascal shot a
ulbio belonging to Mr. Bryan,
~nd this case will also be brought
C Until we road the abovo, we
had though t that South Catrolina
njyda monopoly of sulch Mag
lstraoes. It atppears, now, how.
The State Fair.
The State Agricultural and Mcchanical
air, to be held here in November, prom.
ises to be a complete success. From
nearly every portion of the State, we
learn that the farmers are preparing to
exhibit specimens of the various pro
ducts of the boil-besides horses, Inule,
cattle, sheep, hogs and line stock in gen.
eral. The mechanical department will
doubtless be well filled with every de
scription of machinery, embracing steam
engines, cotton gins, presses, sugar mills,
and every variety of eastings. The ladies
and little misses are preparing to exhibit
specimens of their skill in the prepara
tion of'preserves, canned fruits, catsup,
pickles, etc.; together with embroidery,
quilts, patch.work aM other tasty ar
ticles. The florists will also contribute
to the varied attractions. The buildings
are rapidly approaching completion. A.
Y. Lee, Esq., is the architect; and R. W.
Johnsonl, Esq., the builder. The main
buildiig is two stories high, soventy-five
by fifty feet, with two wings forty by
sevcnty.Ive feet. In the centre of this
buildi-ig is anl acquariumt, f.ourteen by
six feet, and four feet deep, in which will
lie placed a variety of plaits and dilfer
ent kinds of lish fouid in our streams
atid ponds. Stalls will be erected near
the miain bnilding, for stock of every de.
scription. An excellent road is also t>e
ing construeted for exhibiting horses, &c.
In front of the main building an am
phitheatre will be erected, capable of
seating about 2,000 persons ; in the con
tre will be the judges' stand and a gal
lery for the orchestra. The machinery
will be run by a portable steam engine.
Our country friends need have no ap
prehensions as to accommodations in Co
Ilumbia during the fair, as many of our
citizens ire making arrangements to stow
away all who cannot be provided for at
the various hotels and private boarding
RUTUnN or 1l. (. F. HL,, Ti Anci-ic
Ex11.n:w, WIrr TWO ESQUtMAUX ANO
-r -Ilt I)AU(m I-Ius-- A t r,AUT ric i-.LT.
GNCe O Till- FA%-re or Sin Jou% FaAK
Np%w Bll11Dom, MAss., Sept. 20, 1809.
Dr. 0 F. laill, the distinguished arctic
explorer, with M'ierburg and Tookooliti,
two EBciiimaux, and their daughters, ar
rived at this port to-day in the ship An
sit Gibbs, fron Re pulse Bay, August 23.
Dr. Hall brings, as among the results
of his live year's residence in the Arctic
regions, the most mnteresting intelligence
in regard to the death of Sir 'John Frank
lin and his coipainions, and conclusive
proof that nono of them ever reached
Montreal Island. lie saw natives who
were the last to look upon Crozier and
The doctor also brings with him the
remains of a young man who belonged
to that ill-fated band of explorers, and
also various relics of the explorations.
lIe has prepared a report, addressed to
his friend Mr. Herry Grinnell, of Now
York, which will soon be given to the
public through the press.
Dr. H all is by no means tired of explora
tion, and purposes next spring to start
anew and push his journeying to the
North Pole. Hie regards his experience
of the last ten years as invaluable to him
as a preparation arnd aid in thre future.
Ini the report alluded to he says:
"Wherever I found that Sir John
F?ranklin's companions had died I erected
monuments, fired salutes and waved the
Star Spangled Banner over them in
memory of the discovery of the north.
west passage.".- Daily Republican.
A Buno.,An fTAri:n.-A negro bur
glar, of some considerable parts, namedl
Harmpton Mon'ion, hailing from South
Carolina, wasi before Justice Ells yester
day. On last Satur.day night, 25th uit.,
lie forced his way through the window
of the residence of a wIdow lady, Mrs.
HTampiton, on Te'lfair-street, and stole
several articles of biedding and wearing
apIpareI. lHe was suspected, a soarch
wa.rrant was issiued, and the missing
g'ods were found in his house, together
with a handsome toilet case and silver
powder box, which lie acknowledged to
have stolen fromi another lady in the city,
ontering her house, last Suniday night, in
the same maniner as lie did that of Mrs.
lH'impton. On his trial, the prosecutors
declined to pirosecutte this scoundrel for
burglary, one of them being just on the
eve of removal from the city. lie was
allowed to plead guilty to a charge of
larceny freom the house, under- which Jus
tice Ells very properly gave him the full
benoel of the law, sentencing himu to
twelve months' hard labor on the public
The reverse of the "meddle." Byron
woke up onie morning and found him
self f:inous. Mrs. harriet Beecher
Stownr woke npl one moring and found
her elf inf'amm iI
Judge Watts, of the Sixth Judi
cial District of North Carolina,
has foiund out a new punisllni1lt:
1,0 ormisdoors--at least nlow to our,
laws. 110 sends them h1en1ce, ex
3 iles them, banishc.s. them, sends
thei "kit,ing" away over ilto
South Carolina. Only a' iveek or
No ago we noticed a statOlCit
- that he had banishod A colored
. man to the Palmotto State, vih
a threat [hat iW ho dared to retauri
j h10 should ha.*vt two years in the
poll i tentliary. Now we have an.
other case. Vive colored Women
Awero tried before him for barn
burning ; the presuimption of giit.
- -was Very stlong, but the jury
a fililed to agree, whereupon .is
S1[onor, according to tho Living
a Present, had the following order
cit ured uponl the do0ot:1 "Order
ed by tle Court, that an oflicer of
s the Court escort the def'bdiants
to th Southern border of' the
State, and thero leave them."
II givilig the detils of this
shamllefil I proceedi ng the Asheville,
(N. C.) News says: "Tho South
Ca'olinia folks will, 110 doubt, be
delighi1ted to learn that their State
is to be mlale a penal colon1y foR
s North Carolina. Thoy vill pro
bably get up a service of >late for
I pre"ltaion to Judge \'atts at
once, il tokcen of their apprecia
tion of, his kindly elforts to in
crease thcir population. NothliI
l l el i c l ring i immIIIIiflt(ji n veni
3 if it does come iin a que.stionlablo
b shapo. Australia was built ips by
coml pul-sory penld immII11igration,
andI o why not Soith Carolina? Only
South Carolina must not retu'nl
the compliment. Any uempt to
pay us back will Ino,) ;f not ut
1i.e or stne,tho gra g
to us under which she noi% 'o-.
The English Harvest.
'The harvest in Engnlad for 1869,
.1ccor-di)' to experienced corres
poinlent of thh Lon'n Times,
will prove more profitable to the
fCamor thall it was in 186 '. It is
asserted that the lar,go SUmDS ex
plonded last year. <i art- ificial floods
have this year licen saveil, and
that the ilerensed stock of sheep
11as yielded aulgmiented piofit, the
wool having fully maintainied its
prico, while the prie of store
lambs is thirty per cenit. ovor that
of hAst 3'e'. One r.em11arkabl cir
cuilstanc mentioned respecting
food produce is the great disparity
between the priec of liread an'd
butcher's meat. The Four pound
loaf seils at 7d., and beef and Ilut.
i at Id per pollild. The lor
mIer beiig iltrinsically of' greater
Valuo 11han the ha ter. This stato
of affairs, it is asserltedl, is an an
omaly whhieb emmliot, loing exist
and it. is vonltellded that, in ll
probabiov, bread will Sligly ad
vanco, and meat, get, lower ill price,
as4 it is only' reasoIml.11110 to sippose
that, if t ho short py oI -. fat
l.oinlg food last. year' inlcreaised
the pieC of meat, t he abu ndan t
sui~py of' t his year will cause a
corresp51ondi ng red ue't ion.
( !Vilminqi(on Stfar.
DcsioN .--The tat est decisiong of'
't,he Colmmissioneri of' Int ernal Rev.
'11nu0 cover t.he followinhg poinfts:
I Parit ies usin Ilpaper0 ('olar1 1mulst
11us0 thomn fr'om tihe origi natl)packa
gu.ts; [hat. is, f'rm the bo~x in whiich
t.h,ey have been purchaised ; and a
,t hroe cenit, revenu110ot stony1 mst be
t att(ached to each one whieni put on.
. lien the1 cotlhir becomese 80oited,
and is tune 1w it h the cl ean sido
out, it. mu lst receiv anot1101her lbhrou
cenit stamIIp, and1( mrust also be con
spicouisly stamped with the wor'd
(cannot( b)e uised a second. time1, but1
must151 be dlestrioyed illn th room
- whero0 emieid, and(1 tihe 1assessor
funiilshed with a1 certilien':to of the
a thet.. .lf t.irown out, at tho win-~
d (ow, 01' cari'ed oilt iln I he~ coal
Hel or 1 wash-tub., suchel boxes
will bo0 subjet to) export dlut.
Boot-'blacks are reqired'co to use1
their blacking just as they find. it,
wvhen tihe box is openedC(, addin1 g
nlothing to it whtever. The act,
of' spitting ill the box and1 smifoar.
ing tthe conltents~ with thll brush
const.itutecs the boot-black a mixer
0or routificor, or' manu111factuiror of'
lacikinlg, and( ho0 mulst paiy the or
.lach boot blacked, for' which the
sum11 of five cets is paid by the
wearer; must81 receive, at the OX
penise of' the boot,-black, t four
-11and thlroe-quIarter cCnt s. tampi'.
TheTmtriomioniahllmarket at whIte
Sulphulr Springs has been the best of
A Fighting Editor.
The propriotors of the Bostor
Satuiday 14"vening Express hav<
recontly engagod the servicos, tv
a plrianent fixture of thoir estab
IishmeInt, of a fighting oditor
Tiey tiuls anliloullco the fitct:
"WO have the sublimo pleasur<
to announce to tio deputy Stati
constables, and all otler- interest
o(d, that we havo ongagedi at III
imonso salary, one of the in
(lisponlsablo adjuncts to an inlde
penloit newspapor establishment
to wvit-a fighting editor. Thi
course has taken by us in orde
that we may havo an equal siov
with all belligerents who desirc t
get proper satisfalutioln for0 any thin
we may say. Tlho geitleman en
gaged for this purpose informs u
thatl he has boon in the businos
for some fifteen years, and that h
is fully competent to attend to al
the dutics required of' him. As
recommendation, lie inforis u
that during his caroor as figihltin;
(ditor of Various iewspapers i
has succeeded in bitinr otf somi
sixteen nIOSe3 and twenty ear
and gouged out nearly 1ort' oyes
Iaving them now all nicely pre
servel in Ia glass bottle, which h
is willing to exhibit to any on
who (lesir0 it. He also infornm
is, that besides beitig a good biter
he has broken several aris an
legs of bisa numerous antagolnists
1He has also killed six men bj
throwing th1m out of the editorial,
window, and has broken thre
spinal columns by knocking th
owncls theorc down soveral fligh
of stairs. Ho is an infidel, ant
has no fears of a hereafter.
"Aggrievedl parties w io desire i
settlementare hereby notified t<
apply to him at our oflico at an
time. and they.will bu acucommo
(ILLd. Our associat, is a littl(
over sevehl feet high ; his age is
thirty-five, and he weighs ont
hudl(red an)d sixtV potind(1s. lMc
lives on raw WXf Oxclusively, at
is never fe(l enough at one tinit
to tako away his appetito fbi
more. Ie was born in Fight
ing Hollow, Gouge county, Ar
kansas, and never had a brother.
"le proposes, to coi'(luct hib
(lepartment on the bai-bt s pai ;
first come, first served. A 11 order"
will bo promptly exectedi, and
gentlemen can examine a map 01
Motint Aubur Cometery while
wiaiting for their turn. State Coi
stables served first, suckers next,
after which iitdignant member
of the (rlamatic professiol will be
attended to. Weapons conlstant.y
on hand, for which there will bc
no charge. He will not undor
take to give explanal ions aft.er thc
first interview, for the reason tha
they will not be required. Lost
noses, cars, &c., will be properly
labeled aitd pit carefully away
for future reference of* frieids.
Dead bodies pioperly buried at
"His department is elegantly
and1 substantialy fitted up, and it
now open for busines, both whole
sale and retail.
'P S. Whoit itot futlly engaget
at ouri ofilee, conitracts cnn be miad<
with htim for aniy other new~spapel
that may requirie his services."
A Niaw RaAi)CA. Pr.oT-Axni,Fw Jolt5
sox 'rO us Raiersit As SsxA-roa.-Tent
ntessee is developing a now imove in lbei
State politics. By mtany it is concedLl
that under the new election Androv~
Johnson will receive htis Cedentials a:
United States Senaltor. It is siail niov
that Messrs. Stokes, Brio witlow, Maynard
and also Etheridge, freely dlarel' t
the Senate will refutse to admit Mr. Jothni
son), uinder' a specific con,strtuction of Lh<
clause of the Constitutin whichi declare:
that body to be the exclusive jutdge o
thto qualifleations of thtoso elected to i
TIhe disqualificatilon us none ot her thau
"disloyalty," arnd the alltegat ion wilt bU
.sdtubtniaLted stillleiently for the immfedli
ate purpose by the evidence brought on
on the tirial for impeachment. 1'Tat oni
less than two-thirds of theo Se'nato voter
to contvict the President, is to be olie
by the fact that mnch more thtan a ma
jority were comtpr'isedl in the aflrmtative
There is much force in) the objection o
the Tlennosseoans. Jesso 1). Bright wat
expelled by the Senate for disloyalty, thi
dlisloyal action being thte writing of
mere totter of recommendation. Mr
Tihomas, of Maryland, was rejected by
tt enate for the same retson, htis ever
disloyal act being the fnrnishingr 0
money to hi's own Iso.-Philadelphi
Jenny Lind has becomo quito poor
11or husband htas squandered mtost of lie
Th'le Chiicago S'>rosis is breaking up by
What Plantors Should do with
The New Orleant Pimaune ex
pects planters to Ihavo a sirpluis of
oney It, the end of' tiis sealsonl.
It adises th1om11 how to s)uml
. The p)later sholdIt dieterineii'1 to
increame tile wealth of lis phamta
lion, and! consequently his, owi.
Shoubl lie (o it, morely )y expoll
4ive b iill.,i e ma not, 11la)e to
tiis, tl. it his 1hi boeomIes l>or,
pureiasers% will not, buy ierely to
eljoy lis buil(Is.
lut ifho im lproves the fertility
of' his land, anc, hough ti ma'y
nlot Ibe nlecdel, proures tIh ietans
for the muost t1hor-oul"h ClItlivotion
anld the ilost ecollom ival saivin.g of
Co0ps, sett onlt1 s am1lard friit trees
of tihe best amlI m1lost, prointable
sorts, etc., heo will effectuallyN I 1HIII
a permianenlt valuc to Iis pr'perty,
which wvill aIIhIero to it, tihough
aIVer8 SeISon11 may temporarily
tend( to (isll-Le i)im.
So tile moreblant, anId tradeslianl
shIotld( inlvest. of, thevir Ila gains. inl
rilroiads, letories and the eie n
terprises in; tileir respective local
ities, thus incervasing tIlir real
estate, whiih thley cer- tinlyshloui(
acq<ure, aldl.1 ati to tie bulsinless
prosperity 1i11.1 acceptabilily to
traders of their respective loeali
One of th faiults of the Sout Ih
CNI pIOpl0 has bOC tlir' iidispo
sit ion to m1ake local improveien ts,
ani -to build Ill) their fortunes at
tI ei r e'spVetiVO hOmeIVS. TIey
make IlolNy, but they lose it;
thley are fh1shi for a while, but
Rool Ohey are horrowing" again.
The0 Calrm1 of, thle plante r, andi thle
Cily ofkit mer(hant,alikeshow im
providnce .:111( .hir 1ori ills ni
- VIpe 1nni,but. merely INI.1M.ia
plails. and th1 seed ill perpettual
dan -ger ofbeil lost. Well for t hn),
.oniah's goll-i. 1lteso mlay splrlilg
upl some dayl and Ilmouri-4h awh-ilt,
anld then di! suddenly from lack
of, soil and excess of heat upon
We Ilist allend tlis. We mu111st,
ieget a spri.of ionle in provemlent
hoth in ilt-,he vomtnitry awl city, in
1.he form1er by ma:Wking u-I 1:1111
rierl or de.lvelopil'g mal(I IeMining
thleir r1itIIes, an(l inl thle latter b.y
bringing into iei railwnys :umi
promloting m fanttires w i t h i t
T n Iay w pIll, lp for1 olr reS
pect.ive ulse 4paha ial ro.sidleces ;":
hti. palaces (lo Int befit e.-it op
solit.1(les, and I lose we will make
ol' our planltations" am1i (mvwns if'
wo contimlio imperviviollm (o the dc
nIllOs of imliprovemlenit. aml onter
i1EAT Tuns.---A frieml haK
calili fhe ltentiion of the Char
lest.ou Cowrirl to the following
paragraphi ill an Eul-isI paiwr,
Oho Yorks1ir, 1s an"d (it Lee Is /n.
tell f/encer, of Septe iber 6, 1,,6d,
ill w.hi(eb light is thrtown 0on a
hiither Oto daiirk subjpct :
Tilla A rPaotiACli IN XI R (h.\T Ti ait.
-lietenantI) S. .\I. SaLxbiy, oif thle
lioyal liryIV, write 1 toI) a con tem
por'ary lo 51t11e thaft "at 7 A. .\l.
oin Octobher 7 Ih the molwl blo viih
at thle part, (if Itlhe orbit which is
t ion will, th ereibre, he at, its mnax
day tho mlIon willb10Oon thleenrith's
never I occurs8 wah1outIi . mar1 kedi at
mlosphrie d' 5(isturbniie(0-am1,1 at 2
*?. M . onl ihse da(1(Iy linlOSdrawnm
aire of r'igh t a'scenI sion (lb h ion 01's
attraiction am11 1th0 stin's atttra(
tion1 will 1.terfrt be atuall :hy ill
the samo11 diiretion111). In otherci
words, the new moon01 will be (on
thle ear1t h's oqupmtr whe~vitn ini pi
gee', and1( not hing mnoro I bireat onu
iraPielo (thle eart1 h, it is truo0, will
17 seconds, chroome(Ilter ')."''1 lie
conlsequoee of th is will be one1
of the highest, tideOs ever1 kn-own.,
WEi,~T, Pwi'.-T'ihe NoW Yor'k
Sun hast thoso81 personazls onl tile
mietro pol itall press:
M~r. .Bonneitt is theO tallest edit.or,
Mr. D)ana the fat tesI, Mr. G reeley
thoe 10ouch1ies4t, Mr. Eratus Brooks
the solemnnos., Mr'. TPiltonl thle
shiankis-mro'st, Mtr. D)oNyxe thlo
shortest, Mr'. Van BrIonf the rod
(dOst, M'r. RooseVolt thio politost,
Mir. Oakoy Hail the wittiost,. Mr.
Winiter the touchiest, Mrs. Stan
toh) thei iproIttist, Miss AnIthiony
the pro'ttiest., Mrs. ShOpi)i'd the
pr'et.tiest, Eleanor Kirk the prot
t.iest, Nellig Huitchiinson the prot-.
A i>ADY SHo-r i SoI'r Ci -
NA. -011 Satiturliy II-, Preemliall
l'owell, who wa.js lailv(l out. of
E'gtefield jait few days Hiice,
wherc he had bween vonlfined for.
:m11 unpro(()vokd aitaek tipon Mr.
WOoley, o tranitevIllo, v isi I ed
Kalmia All .1,1:41 whilo intoxiea
ted i I, T It.t Oie Ipo at I e s ) m,:
with a pst m w lit pu ta n,
When' thepit0 wa-s takeni from
him by thek n ro elhal l ver
to lr. iton, fither-ill law (A o Al r.
PI'eill who resat att place.
Piowel, it [oto afer th e
Il oS ni 1o*e -NIot r. slmses !
(W I he pistol agaill. .ui I<lman<I ldedl
Someit hinlg to C!at of 1 .\11 rs. Stilne,
withII t 'he tIrI t 1 ta 1 il i t she dil
noCt (omplyN w it IsIIIl dem:al be111
W11h1111i Sh oot her, :l' inmnm <liatly
va:-riedl it, Into veve'tionl. Th'u
Shot. Inkinlg ('1ecA, passe<Sld (Ihroegh
e1 k 10 of Al IS. S It : I I11d 0dl o t1(%
inl her wther koot.
I ly st1 u a 0) 11 x t tit u(1 't u li . 1ot.
Aiis2 OtVt Wiurt.'h U'tnw'en tIIi(he
Enlishm:ll wims calus.1l I hv disas.
tr t iC:u-' ll U tk. oll i hee n.i
Phrilway, by- vel up (t traek,
oil the Ili!dht 6f1*1bw 15th of April,
1I0l, has pla:'ld tily to Ihe
theveby li escapm sever(I puilh
ment. 'I'e( dt tt.li r.' I h of
11oti was thi n, i ist I-11vle I c:l
100 persmonll. Had his ctile hole
kn1own while he to etails wet-re
1resh in tile ptblie mitid, it is
iol( t hal Iwohlble t hal, J I Ig'I- e
Lynch1"l woubd have (riodi him , andil
thait he0 woul have bldu Short,
S II'i I1. Tho oilly legal plnish
m tnvl thatt call probah!y mleitk.ql
ut. t.o him w\-ill Lt Impris im t,
bts Oh Iublio W ti d m, thio that
(.h1 ter'm Shall be ihr1 liFe. Lit I
: 1,21tt' v i eis, i ,1 U, ilnI:tIIj% k:i u 1 M
<lays a preo yt to the reilmrSe wihh,
if' hie is hun mu, .v i th t1e t
horetrlaboitl, two welkek go tM
Ite'1 1 i i of Allr. .)lm .tt 11
Chestri. l il r Viwe*'Ave NI' i I C r)evk,
Laileaster Comuity, S. C1. T
ciretilnisltanevs ar.0 thus published
by the Leds/er :
It appe:p-; tha,-It, lthe ir1-1, ,l e
1rw a:uno intimlatlY alhtavhil
t.() : (11 w 11111 11' vii't i lilt ho B 11:11110 () r
.l1 n it 1 iOt) a I Il t I I to a taeh
ment oil the, p:11-t of .lIlinl!- WaIS
was LI w l re iret'il ; l (n t -
g:uremen ofnau-ria-_e, 6,bl,wtd,
whicb was oice tll to h-irl's
11t1her. Al lefs of he I o pl'e41 o
seemr hob a ve tilvde , wilw1 helit
girl,hanis in; l ivp , t(l-c hvr
IwnIlit b hawnginghl sef..
Itte. hi s i s t h i ir%t illsitain -
IWIth10 ,i t nu knos w i-st-11 wh")r. a,11
negro1' ftiStry ereffo oe
mlt Sh ikl bo tIl1v -reo do edr.
'I' 1", O llio ():r os - I hio
11here il, tIpmenITly) bult( liltk.- ill.
teetfl y -the puol)I all Ilar4ge
0001) HoPE Fon TUR SOUTI.-The Mo.
bile Register thinks that, if history has
not tIsifled th truth II all her exam
piles,a gieat futuri is before the long.
su1*ering Ivoide of the South. Division
of bbor, frtiizers, unId llbor-Saving ag.
r1Wti l i'lemnenls, it is now plain,
wvII prithiee 1-on thle Southern soil all
thnt it yieled mider thi large planta
tii systeti. The milliios vielded from
thu earlh, f1orimerly ieguired for purchas
ig nlid replenishing slavo labor, will be
hereafter saved, snid will necessarily find
lsft-11 11111l prodetieva iliveblmeit at
ho1e. The orlet-ihg Itil setlawaig Ox
oills establilshel, nid the State govern.
tinets onee tiitre in the, hands of th12e po.
pile, the road to pi-Ave aIl prosperity will
be cleier asoli ovpi, ind 1to people< learn
iig ivistloti 1rom lt, trialk andi thd 1 r
rors of tle IIIst, will "Idhiuk roin the
nettle (1an1ger. thie flower safety."
A LTi-x Ghu, SnooTo' IIRSRLP
T,11mrmli HA: lrl'.-Onl SuIdiIy thorn.
hng lawt tit iily of, Louis i)resser, ro
Sidiing oil Ni rw sitreet, Suth Pittsburg,
ivard thw itp1rt of 1. pistol in an upper
ha11.nber,0 wm oil going thither they
Imiml it little datilutghr of Mr. )., named
Mnnla, 1gt'd abolit tenl years, lyitig upon
the floor. inl : dYing conldition). Beside
her is a Shar'ls revolver, Ilnld it was
at ine, seen thatt the child had shot her.
stIf. Si! ui:e ove or two e(forts to
:4peitlk to th nt!mind her, bit was tina
eit til arititilate, and died, therefore,
without givinlg il' exphainaltion of the
Sh1114lhilg MI'MI. Th12e Cather states that
he '.t tlie revolver oil tle liiltle-piece,
nlit knlowinlg that it wals loadeld. I t 11
sli'illosued that the little girl Ws playiing
tv i mL will! el-Ipon, ItId it wts acCidOtItal
[Prom tile Pittsburg Post.
A lo'relneh physiologist uns been expel.
lwlt-1ing" With thue Ittad CaIII'vine (tho
'ltiv e lilrivipl's of tenl atild conlee,) upoit
allim:ia, anid ilibrd.;tins the plea1sing Inl
frt111.lionl that tiehe1 late i.N (Oico as
the fm Ileor; it ta 111.11, to ComliiilAto for
its ifelior viilelnve , theilne prodacea
"c4On1 vull.0ive movements in tio limbs"
whb ic tle not observed frot Ithe' action
4,l"Call,vil'. ' so 11.1. wa t1i,st2 i ther c il.
ri,i of betnimig spasmiodie. Thu coi.
fiirting assuraine is given, however, that
doses of in grailnies Illy be tiken 6y
NTisN:I) n isC.t i,Iv. - We are itfort.
1 thit 'on "last Tuesday evei'nig, Mr.
lse.h Telinpleon, while walkdi along
the ing's Molitni Italroad, ( 67(id two
logs 10111 lci tl-- the trai-lik Ahlolit iwo and
ia half m11iles froin townl, nd remnoved
litemi. Itilt ftor this, the trin, Which
artd'VIS here at 8 1'. M., would plrobably
Illive ltwI'n itrownl oil, the trafck. I t ha
stipplised thle logs weru puit there with
no v% il desigll ; biut Io sIspicionl lataches
11) aliy onle as Itie perpetrat1or of the
' MI TiIIuT.Y rkville l iCer.
m fron 35 evit:s downl, Is a enuse of
ierc:I' i. it 1817, voitim went froni
27 eiik inl Jujly to 12 1 eviits in Decui.
ber. The rUU11nt of thle S111ne CrUp
wviil it 128 :awl 80 (itis, and il flifteen
davy' w-lit dowil it) 21), mid a good deal
soi fi- le.Tho ( ,n11n111m (Unl.) Sti
11.1%isus SmIlthern 1-h:11tvrs, after Inteeting
their ildig.'timls, o hiold 1their Crop nt 80
41s. thoughil it expecis to suv a fll iln
the New Yok m inekt to 21 vents.
lion. J. A. ilo ye, of Ginteininati, here
fre a prominent 'Iniei,inai minIldv-l
Invitin o thle Coiniat' 1,imilrer,
as:'I havi sevvied imyseIf frolml tho
Rl111lill liart.y, heI 1isu it ik Al or-gall.
'iedI hypicriSyV, n2 shlifling dis'simitio 12n,
12 fin tii, ii dlnsion i a11 21snare', a1 comiih.
uianofgspn l.ma:ties, fateigon
wen11 h i-Itiltms ofC 11he con2ry."' Mr.
I li'ye evidenilvy inler'sstani theIl organli
Zeike 0'isOIs, in (Ir een Coun2IIty, Ky., is
-t strange4ly, tiefoirmedt. tie is wt'ithot , cara
noi, ne*vr hiad anyi. tic gathel)rs soundilS
bin' an.vthin lg saidl ini anl ordliinary' o
is hh11ck ,twithI 1. wiiteot nea1 irly a1s large
as5 thle pahllI oft nt manfl's hand interspersedt
of age. *2111 the happ2y pioo0i;eat' of thir
teen hvo 022( .1ildrenu.
Mr . S purgon iln a2 recent Lsermon re
felred lo the velocipede11, say ing tht t
t hese,200II lI 1ew 1in 1ntion wichi the lads
we re r idling dlwnl oir I st reets woutld not,
keeop upi n-detss they') were kept goingt
t he menwlat theyl3stopped)0 t hey fell dolwn;
and1 ini thi' they werI)oexceedligly like
thei Ch1iri<tihm iChn ireh, which would fal
21n4loss it wats conlstanlt ly mtov ing onl.
S'.,s u.IANcq'e, Sepitembiler 28.-T1he
the' 15th. Seveii u.a;r thqnn2kes have oc,
curred0(. A shipi saiiledl from212 (aldo, wi11th
li5t Cin tso on boiard ; 1f ter leaving port,
te Iin iese~ mnied.21511 Tfho leader was
killed 1124 and eVeral12 wounded.
'I'o S-ror CIun.t.s.---Dissolve ton (I0)
gramils of Salt'etro in a half or whole
n ino glss of waler ; nal soon als the symp
tlomps) nppear*1 swallow it ; then tako
meaniis to cunso the live2r to performn is
funtions p)rope0ry, and1( chills will dis-,
Mrs. HIarriet Reecher Stowe, as a pi'o
fessedi Chirtstian, j.s referred 1o Proverbs,.
1th i ohap1jter', 18th2 verse.
A tlantn, Geoorgia, 15 growing marvel.
lously, and1( alreaidy has 40,000 poptuia.
tion), so says tho0 Ph1*(1iadlphial Lodger.
.A nngget of gold waus recently found
in Californian weighing ogo hundrott: i