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. rEN*BER. & ;
Wednesday, Septembor '. 1870.
UNION REFOIM NMNATIONS.
bit . CiI;PE.NTER, of Olakin.
Ccacral ., C. B11, if i1eId
We notice by the Columbia papers
that the large banner which flaunted the
unales of Scott and Ransier, in front of
Denny's office, is once nnre dow. On
this occasion it was blown down by tl e
wind. Ransier's name was tol" off
It's a bad party ;meme the winds are
D. E. T. Pcake
We are pleased to state, that this gen
tieman, late superintendent of the . C.
R. R Co., has been made the recipient of
a very handsome testimonial at the
hands of the empioyse of the road, in
appreciation of his long continued cour
tesy and kindness to th'en. Mr. Peake
brls been in the servicc of this company
about thirty years, ..aving entered it
when but a boy. Success attend him in
whatever sphere of business he may en
gage. - The testimonial was a magnili
cent silver set, valued at $!4,000.
A Noble Benefaction.
The Trustees of the Louisville Medical
Cuflege, (Louisville, Ky.,) have created
one of the mrat liberal a:d noble bene
factions ever coiferredi by a public insti
tution upon any people. Tie trustees of
this college 1h,e in'tituted oe Lenfi
ciary S.:holarship for ch? 'ongres iod.al
District in the Southern and surrounding
States. Br this means very many ponr
but d.serving yoong men will be en 'A ld
to ebta:i a thorog m l e
tion. Any yougr ian wi hing to take
adtlantage of this lenefaction has only
to write to the Representative of the
Congressional District : w:icn he re
sides, or to the President of the .Medical
Scciety of his State, or to Dr. E. S. Gail
:rd, Dean of the Faculty of the Louis
v-ile . edical Colege, LTouisvill , Ky.,
when he will receive full irfornation of
all that it is necessary f)r him to do to
secure one of th'se Scholarships. W it
proper andl welcome delicacy the ram es
of those who have secured the Benefici aryv
Scholarships will be known only to the
Dean of the Faculty. It is unnecessary
to commend those who have established
these noble Beneficiary Scholarships.
'lheir act wii! bring thema co:nmendations
.h erever it is known.
The Good Werk.
The spirit of Reform is waring. up
and spreading fromn centre to circumfer
ence, and fromu every part of the State
we have the most flattering accounts.
Wherever our standard bearers show
themselves a glorious ova.tion is made
and thousands turn out to welcome and
encourage them, and the colored people
form a large per centage of these enthu
siastic meetings. The tide is most as
suredly turning and when it reaches its
nood the work of Refo: m will be an ac
compli.,hed fact. The people are work
ing with a vim that was to be expected
of them, and they show such determina
tion to overcome all dillicuhies that th
result cannot Ue otherwise than a sutccess
at this honest refanm. Ltt it ths~ go on,
le1t no man fhg. Liy out your work fe!
low-citizens and pursue it vigorou0.y
watch it unrem1ittindy,. and hold on toit
withl tenacity, and the~ vita&ry wil be
The Miai. -. a:cr
Tlhe News' cortes;innant, say tha
Lancaster is g:ri'n,!y right, and tht
the meeting and barbec'a' held there on'
the 25th was a groa nir. Abo"tfu
:r&nu.;an. poople were :pre'enat, onethn
'f whom'n were e''orA, a,d nt an inter
t:ion occrred to muar the sc.ne. JTe
er~. an: -n. at-e were(. the
andfe t tn a:i !a:!e with g1 o
ee o ith lea'u .
ace have bee ia th ab:t ot pa1rading
every fw dars,1 thei ~r pr~cessions gente
ralb- r.umbes,.inv he: weeni hi e or six han
(dred person. This:afternoon.after much
drummtin' fo re.ruits, tue League pa
radled abu s.eventy fi ce colored tand two
white men. The two white men loiked4
aic mean as~ N ia e usua2ly does. The1
entire par'.ty ..ked as.amned of thema
se.ves. Th pau'lty of nmruhers on their
p'arade, and the :'.-ertion of the colored
people that theyi hav een dec:-ivedl l:n
e::djih byv the4. Rai-, show that "the
patrty' reeive :II '.evere, stuninatt blow
to-day frota .udgie Garp,t::ter a::d Gene
Is there no brter vriting ink male
than the miserahie gummy stuff of Thad
us Davids? Thaddeus one made a
d article, but what we get now with
-n on it, is intolerable. Can an;
Wes of a bet ter aLrticle ?
cry alouL LA. R. Presby terian.
Gretched ite above enojiry, and
solas T-het-:tr article than the
rmakes a be... 1that is now.-aays
fo'und i.wjds' Ir.k. Who
- . , ,v '(where can it be
Advertiser, arndit seems~ Edgefield
the rcunds of the Pres, wouk,l en
'., to it, tat there is an ink nto re- I
oyv a Cf:frh eston (Chemist, 1k. C;.d
Pank:.in, 'vich is a pure chemical sold
tion, and cannrot become thikk or "gum
m -, and that it is fr sale by the pro.
prietors, Walker, Ecans & Cogsa.ef
-us 3 Broad and 109~ East Bay Street,
Charlesto S. C. t is' the same of
ehin brief mlenti on was made last week.
W e rcare: to lcarn that a si ht dfienltv
* utre:, bet;veen: .! r. Tho-. Tobin and
-Tr - 7 .. mgtomerv, of Spa4rznbIr"- r-.
. i'e m~ ne6a'h of th:e hetecr hva h,lt
The Pc-ie iccelebration cf Capt. Bank's
school at old Bethel Church-now the
school house-near Pomaria, on Friday
last, was the happiest affair of the sea
son. About five or six hundred persons
were present from Newberry, Lexington
and Richland. Newberry town was
largely represented, and handsoniely,
and among the latter representatives one
from the IHerald, who was unable to re
sist the many pres?ing invitations; and
it was well, for It was an enjoyable ceca
sion, not only as :egardc' thc e ter',in
rent furnished by the pupils, but the
generous hospitality eli _ deI by the
people of that regior. of country-during
two nights :d days which we spent
among 'Iem-and also for the very abun
'ant and excellently well prepared bar
becued meats and other good things, of
which there was enough and to spare.
We never tasted meat better cooked, nor
hash that suited the mouth so well. We
know not who ruled the roast on this oc
casion, but whoever they were they did
But to go back, we left town on Thurs
day afternoon in the down train, in coin
pany with about a half coach load of
matured matrons, beautiful maidens and
tender infants, with clean faces, hair nice
ly curled, and best bib and tucker on
the infants-and not a man among them
all, but the "ierald." "Phancy our phe
links:" What if these charming crea
tures had attempted to lay violent hands
on us for several past funny locals and
other derelictions, or had made us nurse
all the babies at one time ! What ! We
trembled, and did not recover a happy
frame of mind until Pomaria came in
view. All right then, we felt once more
the hero, "this rock shall flec (?) from its
frm ase as soon a.s we." They were
charming, did not mean us harm, bless
them, how could they ? ah, how. Well,
we'finl friends and vchihles awaiting
to convyv the p:aty to confurtable qiar
trs; the li.>llo.vny's, Wedemant's, Sn
b'r's. C"unts', BPrlev's, Cannons', Ri
,ickert's, B>inest's, Wicker's, and
uthers, grbbled up the interesting party
hag and baggage and away we went. *
Thie next morning everybody who
vanted to, and every animal who did
rot, were on the move at an early hour
or Bethel, for the Captain's order was
o be there by eight of the clock, as the
,;ngramome of exercises was full and the
.aile and provisions extensive. Arriving,
r. B. took us to the post of honor, an
mpromptu stage, carpeted and hand
ioely festaoned with wreaths and flow
:rs, and over all the flowered motto, fan
ifully made of bright hued and vari-col
>red dahlias, "E location is Power"
'he nupails hal alrea:ly commrenced their
nteresting work, and to g've anm idea of
he extant anel variety of this part of thme
ntertain:nent we insert the programm::
ntire, and we can only add that we
ever saw more conmi-ent yet modest
enditions of the many parts, am~I so per
cty memorized by girls and boys be
re. Somne of those little people will
nmkc a mark in life's history if they live
rd are properly taken care of. Take
hem all together, parents and tea:hmers
nay well he proud of them.
fThe olowing i the progrme
Physiognomy-Bac m Fol,k, Edwin
uber, Ja:nes Cromer and .Julius Epting.
Choosing a Trade-Julius Epting, En
hris.sie Weish5l, Tomimic Gromemr, Wilie
annon, .Joo. Wicker and Arthur Koon.
The May Qu,:en - Misses A melia Ri
leh:uber, Nora I:idlehuber, Carrie Sulber,
h!lie Cru:ner and Ella Sligh.
Conversationm-Jeff. IIobbs and Euse
The Intliigent Witners-Elwin So
ser, .JJE. Ill>bs and .J:nes Cromner.
Temptation Re.nisted- Arthu r Koon,
;rissie Welsh and Jno. I)bbs.
Whamt I like Best-Misses Eilla Si>er,
2icora liolloway, lbl Ep;tinrg, Mary
- i:ra and GetorgianL W'ic'ker, and Mas
.r's.W'..e'Brley and Jeti. lobbs.
D\ 3 Mifrtunes-Tonuniimie Cronmer,
,f II ,b and Wimre Cannon.
-r o-'dned Susicions-Eusebius
ey, Ch.rriss'- Welsh and .Jzo. Ilobbs.
Th-: S-ibool Maste-r Abroad-Jno.
f bbs, Euhsebius llerley, Joseph Kinmard,
Yif. I lubbj. Willie Cannon, Willie at
on, Jn:o. mickr and Cihrissie Wel-sh.
The Irish Servant-Joseph Knr n
eid. Ilobbs. iadn(
The Bet-Bachmman Fulk, El'.vin Su
The BUind Girl--Amela Ridlehuber,
arrie Saber, Nora Rtidlehuber ae'l Sal
The S.easons--Chicora Ri'lehunber,
~ia Saber, Minnie IIatton and Geor
IDialogue on Curiosity--Jefl. hIsbhs,
n. Ilobbs, Eusebius lkerley and Chris
Country Cousins-Alice C;hapman,
~orio Feagle, Amelia Rildlehuber and
The new Teacher--Jno. Ilobbs and
The Boarding School-Corrie Suber
runol Rtidlehuber, Nora Ridlehuber
Cannie Litzey, Ella Sligh, Lilla Suber,
.iliott Busby and Alice Chapman.
The Wonderful Eggs-Ed-win Suber
mnd Bachman Folk.
Temperance Speech--Willie Berley.
Closing Address--Chrissie Welsh.
This occupied the morning until the!
inner hour, and that would have been
he crowning point, had not an ugly
oud which had been for some time
1hering, now comumenced to pour its
pangts down, upon the hungry com
and b/J was an inopportune shower,;
proximityt many together in such close
dispensed wil~formal introductions were
was a jam, an inIn the School house it
been squeezed in, mrore could not have
aged to pass the bour ,how they man
we were outsidJe under an can't tell, as
standing in an inch or two bea a n
water. IIow it poured ! S od an
thoughts passed through our mind, at
the drops trickkd down our backs; and
the flood surged through the seams o
our bcots, but it is unnecessary to rnen
tion *hat they were now. But the boy.
and the girls in the School house ! hos
had they squeezed one snothcr. No doub
sotize of them thought it jolly. The rair
ceased however, apd dinner, which mi
raculously b.d been protected agains
the delur2, was served, and ample jus
tice ione. It is useless to dwell on this
it was like adl other ont door dinners.
After order had been restored, Judgt
Y. J. Pto.e :dresled the nupils and au
dience, n%io lsd a,:in ::semt'led, in i
neat and appropt i:te. bu t short speech
of a,ut twenty w ;;utes dration
whih was hn:ppily el:rit"ed an") well
received. T:i;, owin:; to ihe thrteaten
ing appearance of the weathwr, endec
the business of the day; and one of th<
pleasantest days, with the exception o
the rain, we have had this summer.
At night we learned that a large num,
bet turned out, and the School hous<
was made the scene of a succession o|
pleasant little comedies, in which son
of the pupils and the young ladies and
gentlemen oft he neighborhood took parts
We are told that this closing entertain
ment was highly successful, and elicitel
immense applause, and not until the up
proach of the we3 small hours did these
happy, joyous young people break up,
and leave for their several homes, satis
tied that they had had a perfectly deli
If this hasty and imperfect sketch
seems dull and prosy, the reader must
blame Capt. B., for it was his particu
lar request that we would not indulge in
any fun, an I we have not. But we must
say that ;ne Capt. is wrong, a little non"
sennse now and then is reltshed by the
best of men, and all work and no play
makes Jack a dull boy. We might have
made a few happy points, hurtful to nc
b;:dy, but the Capt. said nay, and we
have obeyed. We'll make norash prom"
iscs in future.
The B,st Yet.
George E. Perine, the best Engraver
on Steel this country ever produce 1, has
been a long time engag.d on a 10x2-t
Portrait on steel of M. M. ("Brick")
Pomeroy, which will be the best and
most eleborate work of Art of the kind
ever made in America. It will be print
ed on heavy plate paper for framing, and
will rank with the choicest Art works
of the world. The price of the engra
ving will be $2.00-very low for so fine a
work. C. P. Sykes, P. 0. Box 5217,
New York City, Publisher of Pomeroy's
Democrat, offers one of those beautiful
Pictures as a premnitm for three new
subscriptions to that paper, at regular
rates, (32.50) received at the office in New
York City, before the first dlay of
Deember, wvhen the engraving will be
ready to send out, by mail, wrapped on
a roller, prepI.
We shall sejn see how looks the man
ho.rites Sense an i ansen<e; political
and descriptive articles, arid t h o se
sttangely beautiful Saturday Night Chap
On Saturdav last two blocks of i.:.
ft oum the tmatnufactory of Mr. John See
gets, of Co!ntnibia, was received at this
ofiee-, ar.d the eighmt of this specimen
gave us pica sure, fo)r the indefatigable
Segers had given us a satisfying evi
dence that he had brought his venture
t> a successful issue. We return him
thanks for tihe very cool tokent of his es.
teetm. .As the most of our readers know
but little of the process, and perhaps do
not know that there is such an establish
ment in Columbia, we copy the fullowing
description from the Ph<enix:
"Thec ice miaThine was manufactured at
H all e, G ermian , and was itmported by
.r. Serg'er5 at ;an expenIse of about$7,000
n gold. The factory, mnachineLry, and
appurtenances cost about $1 1,000t. It is
ather drlilcult to describe the apparatus,
ut w.e will endeavor to do so briefly.
First is lte boiler, encased in brick, in
which the ammionia is heated, and is
thence conveyed, by pipe, through a
colinig box, into the freezing tank. -
Through this: tantk, the pipes contain in g
the atmmonia pass, and the tin boxes,
contaitninrg the water to be frozen, atre
placedl between thtem. Thus it will be
seen that the ammonia andl water do not
c,mne in contact at all. The tin boxes in
whichh the ira is tmade are about three
feet long, e. en inches wide, arid three
inches deep. The piece of ice when taken
out will weigh about twenty pounds.
The freezing tank will contain 126 of
these h)oxes. Thus it will be seen
that 2520) pounds of ice can be mnade at
one per ation. which will occrupy about
five hours. The capacity of the nmachiine
is neair G(iO0 pounds per day. The ice
is made fr om water drawn from Taylor's
Spring. Thie eugine which (drives the
machinery, pumps, &c., was made by
r. J. A. .J. l)errick, at the Industrial Iron
Works, anod is very neat and compact in
its structure. The establishment is un
der the control of Mr. Vaass, ' - the
The chunks of ice for the Herald, came
through Messr". Smith & Christian, of this
place, who keep champagne on ice, and su
dorifics, generally, and who, on thisoccasion,
in their usual gallant style, sent us a bottle
of Hecidsic, which, with the assistance of the
devil, we duly drank to the success of the
granite walk, being the next big thing now
on the tapis of Newberry
Wood's Household Magazine, pntblished
by S. S. Wood, Newburgh, N. Y., $1.00 per
annum, single copies 10cts, is the largest and
the b,est doliar monthly in the world. It
is high-roned, interesting and thoroughly
hous-hold in characeter. Every number of
Vols. lII and VIIU will contain a S100
prize story complete. Besides furnishing
$1.200 wortb of prize stories, during the
year, Mr. Wood purposes to publish all the
best srories entered in competiton for
the 8100 prizes. Also, each number will
contain about twenty-five pages of othe~r
matter designed to entertain and instruct all
OUR SOUTHERNr BOQUET, is the title of a
very neat and fanciful paper, published by
the iv-e bu<iness of Augus:a. Ga., and prin
ted by Mr. E. H1. Puaghe. Its first page gives
a spirited cut of the styles of the eighteenth
and nineteeth centaries gotton up by tthe ed
iress of Demorest's magazine. The Bsognet
is a collec'iion of choice gems and flowerets.
and is a first clss medium for advertisers.
For terms of ahvertising address King Uros..
Is t' N AWFrL Ms-rtK?-It seems
that Governor Orr, of South Carolina, is
likely to be repudiated by his old friends.
The Anderson Intelligencer; the Keowee
Courier, the A.bbeville Press and Banner,
the Greenville Enterprise, the Laurens
ville lerald, to say riothing of other
journals more removed from the seat of
Judge Orr's supposed strength, all repu
diate his recent letter and its extraordi
nary sentiments. 'The Columbia Phonix
says: "The people that formerly stood
by Judge Orr stand by him no longer.
his political influence in the up-country
is goue." Governor Orr appears to have
inade an awful mistake in this business,
so far as his personal popularity and
frienlships are concerned, but how far it
will affect his political interests remains
to be seen.-New York l1e1 aId.
Yes, a terrible mistake as he will ere
long experience. We quite agree with
the Phwrix that his political influence is
gone, and would have given expres
sion to our sentiments before but that
we had long ago washed our hands of
Judge Orr. His ways have not heen the
ways of an honest man and a good citi
zen for a Length of time.
A Fearful Storm.
A terrific and fatal storm of thunder,
lightning and rain, by which a number
of people were killed and wounded, and
property destroyed. occurred at King.
ston, N. Y., on the 26th ult. The pvro.
technic display was grand and thrilling.
The lightning visited the earth in blind
ing sheets of flame, and the peals of
thunder shook the earth apparently to
its foundations. The wonder is that
greater destruction did not ensue. The
terrible storm spent its fury about a cir
cus tent which was struck, and near
which several lives were lost.
A correspondent writing fron King
ston, gives the folloring particulars:
The attending circumstances were ofa
truly thri!in; character. The sultry at
mosphere during the day was very op.
pressive, the niercury in the thermmne
ter marking nrincty.two degress in the
shade. The earth was dry and parched,
and the air was filled with dense vei.
umes of smoke from the burning woods
in the mountains; which hung over the
river 'lkc a p:ai, hiding the east shore
from view. Fur several days, this state
of altairs was observable, and all this
time, arcording to the theory of learned
electricians, the air was being heavily
charged with electricity.
At noon, the smoke, for the first time
in a week, comnenced to lift, and, in its
stead, lining the horizon at all points of
the compass, could he seen dark, murky
clouds and; huge thunder heads rolling
for one grand display of power. As
night drew nigh, fitful flashes of light
ning gleamed athwart the sky, and the
deep mutterings of thunder could be
heard in the d;stance. and, when dark
ness ensuWd, the heavenly pyrotechnic
display was grand beyond description.
For miles, the storm clouds hung over
the river, arid the lightning flashed in
Five wvere instantly killed by a single
stroke-struck down with smiles anid
jokes upon their lips. They were all
All we-re talking togethe~r. JThne Mon
tanye was leauni g aginst th tree, wt
her ar"': rel.l I.:-i aL "abers;
sh elwith her arms folded, and they
courld hardly he pried apart. Elizabeth
Newkirk was lari;thing, and there was a
smile upon her lips when ohe was pick
ed up. Arthur Scott had one arm par
tially raised, and after death it was hard
work to straighten it. And thus they
It is a noteworthy fact that thre bo lies
of the dea.l bore no marks of violence
w hateve''; not a particle of evidence is
obs"rvable in their appearance to show
that they died other than natural deaths.
The flesis is nowhere burned, nor is tire
harir se'orched, a fact which excites gene
ral coimmnent. The eves of one of the
deceased remnained wide open, present
irng a ghrastly appearar-ce. As I close
my letter, there are reports of more
death-, hint thety are not creditcd.
The lightning for two hourN was fear
fully grand ini appearance. Jagged streaks
and thashes of what is called "forked and
chain lightning" leaped from cloud to
clorud incessamnrly. D)own tire mountain
sides, thrrough valleys ar'd across tire
waters of tire Hudson, it horned its way,
and old people faiiel to remembler a par.
allel. Avarious points along thre river,
dehrsand barns were destroyed by
it. Near Poighkeepsie two harns were
burned :near Fishkill anothrer ; at Fish
kill L:rnrlinmg a dwelling was struck twice,
but not consrumed ; at East Hiaverstraw
a biarn fi!i-ed with hay was decstroyed;
a n-I at .\ldre'n another bar-n was burned.
Bteports of miore disasters ar-c expected,
therefore the damage carnnot yet be esti
E-xE:.trPrioNs run.O ST.U.MP [IrTY AFTE-R
Ocrmuut~r lst.-Acting Gormmuissioner
Douglass has addlressed a letter to F. M.
Patrick, Esq., stamrp agent at New York,
stat in g that tire oily m rstrumenits sub
ject to stamp dirty under schedu!e B,
which are held exempt from tax after the
first oif October next by the terms of tire
Act of July 14, 1870, are "promissory
notes for a less sum thtan $100, receipts
for any sum of money or for tire payment
of arny debt." Section four of thre Act
alrdeid to also provide-s that "no stamp
shall be required upon the transfer or
asignrmnt of a mrortgage where it or
tie irrstrutment it seem ecs has been onc
duly stamped." Thre agent in his comn
mfulicatio)n to the department states
that many business men seem to think
that the tax is repealed on all formrs, and
the acting conmmissioner in his reply
authorizes the publication of the de
cision to set aside that erroneous im
Dra-rut Or CAr-r. A. S. GAILLARD.-It
is our painful duty to announce to the
public the death of our esteemed young
citizen, Captain A. S. Gaillard, who dle
parted this life at about 8 o'clock, at his
residence ini this District, on Monday'
evening, 22d instant.-Fairfield Herald.
"'Tis a quaint thought, and yet perchance
SUMTER BITTERs ye are SpruDg
From R~oots and Herbs that over Eden, once
Their pristine fragrance flung."
Sep. 7, 36-It.
Five boxes of ammunmtion, weighing
1200 pounds, and supposed to contain
25,000 rounds, arrived at Chester last
week, for distribution among the militia.
The white men of Anderson and vicini
tv have enrolled themselves as members
o~f a nrihtia company, and mect on Satur
lay last for the purpose of organization.
The following are the officers elected :
W. W~. Hurmphreys, captain ; .N. K.
Sullivan first lieutenant.; S. M. Pegg,
second lieutenant ; and Win. Lee, brevet
second lieutenant. The services of this
company will he tendered to the Gov
rnn,-at an earle el-,.
NEWDERRY CoUNTY UMxIoN RZrox SO
cETY.-The County Society met on the 5th
inst. 13 Societies were ably represented.
The meeting was harmoniots. Newblirry is
now a uiiit for Reforni.
NEW GooDs.-1rs. Foot notifies her cus,
tomers and the trade generally, that she is
opening a Yery desirable stock of fall goods.
KINSMANr & HOWELL.-We direct special
attention to the card of this firm in another
column. They are enterprising and reliable
Charleston men, and always ready promptly
and efficiently to serve their friends in the
Capt. Webb is out with his special order
for the present season, and we call attention
to it, and add that it is a bad wind which
blows nobody good. The dreadful European
war has enabled him to lay in a supply
of goods at low prices and he will sell cheap
IIERE's oCR MLE.-One of the most
laughable runaway's took place last week.
The runaway was a mule, a heretofore quiet
looking animal, the property of Beard, and
which regularly conies to town weekly and
sometimes oftener, and who always remains
just where his owner leaves him without at
temptiog to move. On this occasion he
stood facing his w agon, and between the
shafts to whicb he was farened, but be
coming trightend, he started backwards for
a r:;i being a sensible inole, however, he
soon foun: the po ition un:tenablc and
I turned, all the while get Lig up though.
In the neauti:n . the :hafts which were
hanging, would plough deeply into the
ground, and occasionally meeting a tough
spot, my mule was forced to stop, but only
for a moment however, for buckling down
to it off he would go again. Finally fancy
ing something wrong he turned round once
more to face the music, and found that he
was only making a laughing stock of him
self, and that even his master seemed per
fectly indifferent as to whether he broke
the wagon or hi? ne k, and then like the
senible mule that lie used to be he subsided
and looking toward lieard with a "raw-he,"
scciicd to say master here's your mule.
Nobody was hurt, except. Squire Peterson
who burst his suspenier buttons off.
TuE NMw 'tAL.-Ou Wednesday last
ground was broken;at the corner occupied
by the Messrs. Chick, and a beginning made
on the new pacement, to extend from that
point to the depot. The work so far ac
coruplished looks a little rough, we wont
say poitively that it is so however, for to a
man up a tree such an assertion might ap
pear incongruous. This pavement is form
ed of granite slabs and chunks, of various
sizes and shapes, necessarily so because the
contrary granite would not split in any re
gular fashion or style, hence it was taken as
it came from the parent block, and if there
is a roughness, its the fault of the granite.
That point is settled. Taking it for granted
then that the walk so far is rou;gh, how can
a sensible man expect under the circumi
stances that it could be otherwise. W~e in
dulge the hope, no matter how forlorn, that
when completed it will look better, and im
proe wth ge.The contractors have a
lieve they will cantinne as they have begn
and get the boulders down, and we htereby
and at once give them aill the credit they
deserve, that they may be stimulated to ex
tra exertion. We beg too, that if anly one
thinks the~ work objcctionable, that he will
hold his peace, ard not hazird an opinion
in presetnce of the workmen. "By St. Paul
let the work go bravely on." }'urthter we
would have nothing to say on the subject,
except to repeat that our devil, and lhe is
ever putting his 'lip iin' without being asked,
s.ys "the shoe buin~tess is going to be bully,
and fellows with top loads will have uncomn
mnt tdifficulties to get over, and the boys
will have jolly tim'es taking the girls ougt to
protmenade, provided they take the new cut
road, for they will have to be pickinig of em
ip every now and then," and nmuch more,
but we wont repeat any more of what he
said. We dont like meddling people, and
in conclusion wil just remark, if Newberry
wants her work of art, why let her have it.
Like the Egyptian Pyramids, which to-day
perplex the mind, and excite curiosity, so I
perhaps this pavement, ages hence, will puza- 1
ze the public mind, as to how came thetm
there, those rectangular, triatngular, quad
rangular atnd atigular blocks.all itt a row. Was
as it a freak of natutre,or a freak of imaigina
ton. Ah, who can tell what will be to pay,
w'en after digging down th rough the dutt
andl mud of ages, these b!ocks are discovered
by those people yet to be born. How much
printers' ink will lie used up,and how delight
edl the local of the then existing paper will be
with such atn item. We would like to he there
then. But for spoiling future fun, we would
suggest the haying of a corner stone with
the necessary data uderneath. But no,
let her rip.
Mrs. Stanton decides that courting
should be left entirely to women. She
says: "I Ca ndidly believe that natture
intended man for the rough work of life;
to dig into philosophy, polities, parallel
ogramns and potatoes, and humtbly to
wait in his nmaterial sphere utntil selected
y the queens of the hearthstone."
Mrs. S. 'thmtks men are too "vacillating~
and awkward" in their loi-e.making.
A very sad scene was witnessed a few
days since at Woodbridge, Connecticut,
during the progress through the prin
cipal thoroughfare of a hearse containing
the remains of two young people, man
and wife, natmed Stmith, who had died
two days previously, within the same
hour, of typhoid fever. The husband
hal watched by the bed.-ide of his wife
until his strength gave way, and he fell
under the disease. Among all the wo
men who looked upon the mournful pro
cession as it passed along there was not
one who was not moved to tears.
DEATUS IN BARN wELL.-We learn from
the Barnwell Journal, of the 31st ult.,
that Mr. Wmn. Allen, a gentleman living
four or five miiles from the village, died
on Sunday last, after a painful illness;
also of the death of Mr. J. M. Kirkland
and his only daughter, the little girl dy
ing one evening and her father the next,
leaving a nearly heartbroken wife and
mother to mourn their decease.
How us ntrs ;omt IImGn ?-At the Rad
ical meeting at WaIhalla, our dear Gov
ernor, R. K. Scott, declined to address
the people lest he might lower his mighty
dignity. Isn't that charmingly aristo
cratic for a second-class Ohio hydropa
thist ? Its a pretty clever get off though,
ra.. cih..i- -G_ r:wb., G:rdan...1
IFor the Herald.]
Cromer's Township Club.
According to appointment the citizens
of Cronier's Township assentbled at Mt.
Tabor Church, on 3d Sept., for the pur
pose dt.orgrinlzing into a T:iloti Reform
Cltili the following officers weie elected:
Rev. G. B. Tucker, President ; L. P. W.
Riser, 1st Vice President; Rob't Briggs,
2d ; W. R. Elmore, 3d ; and Dr. \Vash
ington Glenn, 4th ; Munson M. Buford
and J. L. Epps, Secretaries, and Dr. T.
C. Brown, Treasurer.
On motion the Township was divided
in four Divisions, 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th.
Each Vice President to appoint four asso
ciates immediately, and at once to can
vass their respective Division's.
On motion a committee of five were
elected to represent this club in the Cen
tral County Club at Newberry C. H., on
Monday the 5th.
A militia company was near by drill
ing and was invited to attend our meet
ing, and consenting, they stacked arms
and marched over to our meeting. A few
brief and truthful remarks were made by
John M. Calmes to the colored company.
On motion the club adjourned to meet
at same place the 2d Saturday in Sept.,
a-t 11 o'clock, a. m.
All persons are cordially invited to at
tend our meetings.
G. B. TUCKER, President.
McNsoN M. BUFORD, Sec'y.
THE TaMPERANcE ADVO :ATE. a neat
and sprightly little sheet, published by John
A. Elkins, Columbia, we find among our ex
changes this week. We wish it God speed
in its mission.
WOOD'S IIOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE, Sept.
No. at hand. It is replete with good read
ing. and worthy of patronage. Price $1 per
year. S. S. Woo:l, Newburg, N. Y.
B.EcER's MAGAZINE is also received
for the present mouth, and presents an at
tractive table of contents. Published by J.
A . Beecher, Trenton, N. J. $1 per year.
BURKE'S WEEKLY.-The weekly num
bers, bound, for August, of this excellent!
boys and girls paper is received, and we turn
it over with satisfaction to the little ones
who read it with great pleasure. We know
of no better paper for youth, and recommend
it cheerfully. Price $2 a year. The proprie
tors, J. W. 'Burke & Co., offers a splendid
premium list, amounting in all to $2,000 for
the largesit clubs. Supplement containing
premium list may be seen at this office.
TuE LITTI.E CORPORAL for September, al
ready received, is an elegant number, and
full to overflowing with good things, enter
taining and instructive, for little folks. We
recommend the reader to send for one or
more copies for the little ones at home. It
is published at Chicago, Ill., by Sewell &
Miller, at the low price of Si per year.
THE NEW ECLECTIC MAGAZINE for Sep
tember, gives the following table of contents:
The Genius of Dickens; The Legend of La
Bres; Positivism; Before the Funeral: Men
delssohn's Elijah; Concerning Dogs; A Ger
man Newspaper; A Perfect Treasure; Charles
Dickens; fhe Old Forest Playground; The
Mystery of Edwin )rood: Mosaic, and The
Green Table. The New Eclectic is published
by Turnbull & Murdoch, Baltimore, 31d., at
$4 per annum.
EVERY SATURDAYT for September 10 9i one
of the handsomest Illustrated P'apers ever is
nued. It contains European War Pictures,
the Biaden Prisoners taken at Niederbronn;
French Soldiers bathing at Nancy; A Prus,
sian Outpost; Saarbruck: and Some Recruits
for the South German Army. It has, he,
sides, fine portraits of' 3M>demnoiselle Sessi
and Ge-o. W. Childs of the l'hiladelphia Led
go;ahantirul art pitre. Mornin;g in the
Desert; and three -n.'mirtible summer pic
tures-A Pienic in tnu Woods. by A. Ho'p
pin; Summer Days, by W. J1. Hlennessy; and
On the iBeac-h at Lone Branch, by C. G. Biush.
Its Literary contents compri.e able and
very interesting Erlitori4ls on rTe Balance cf
Power, An Empire's Buil Run, On the Un
certainty of Thing-;, A Desirable Calamity,
etc. It has a full sumtnary of Home and
Foreign News, two adtditional chtupters of
"Thte Mystery of Edwin Drood." a sketeli of
Gco. W. Chulds by James Pat ton, and other
fresh and r'tarable articles. Altogether, it is
a remarkable numbuer of this first-class fami
ly Illustrated Weekly.
PERERsoN'S LADIES MAGAZINE, the Oc
tober numbter of wh ich is receiver', is an ele
gantotne. The fashuion plates are superb and
thte pntterns nnmerous. Thme larlies all like
this magazine, and n' wonder, for no patins
are spared by its publi-imer to make it worthy
of their patronnge. Address for subscription,
Chats. J1. Peterson, Philadelphia. .Price $2
WAsmNo-ros, Sep t. 3.-The Secretary
of State has a despeatch from Motley, an
nouncing the sortender of the whole
French army, at Sedan, with tihe Empe
WAsmstO-roN, Sept. .3.-Tnuternal reve
nue receipts to day $1,225,000.
National banks are authmoriz.ed at Nor
folk, Va., with $100.000 ca pital ; Rome,
Gua.; Montgomery. Ala. ; and Pulaski.
Formt:ss McoE, Sept. .'.-A heavy
sea frotm the Ea:stwamrd for tihe past two
day-, the sea breakin'g on tmiddle grotund.
Rien.stoso, Se-pt. :3.--The cxcitemnent
here, to-dny-, over thme war news was im
mes.North Gertmatn illgs were dis
played and numerots qtarrels took place
between Germans, French and Amnerican
Fr w.a, Seprtember 2.-The conference
of Bishops is closed. It was resolved
never to submit to the infallibility dogmia.
Time Faculty at 'Tribuirgne, Wertemnburg,
are in acconrd with the Bishops.
NEw Oul.EASs, Septetmber 1.-Hon. J.
Willis Menard, colored, who contested
the seat of Bailey, fromi the Second Louis
iana: District, in Congress, was yesterday I
sent before the Criminal Court, charged
with attetmpting to outrage the personf
of A melia llayes, a quadroon girl living
with his family. Mienard's wife is ac-f
cused as accessori'.
A seaport town, Samnsonn, in Asia
Minor, has been destroyed. 2,500 houses
and six churches are' in ashes. Mfany
lives were lost. Terrible suffering ex
The journals call attention to the fact
that the Prussians say much of the bat
tle of the 30th, when Failly was repulsed,
but make little mnenlion of that of the
31st, when McMahon repulsed their left
There is some reason to fear that both
combatants compete in falsification of
The siege of Strasburg continues.
Great slaughter was occasioned by the
A French statistician estimates that
since the departure of the Garde Mobile
from Paris there is but one able-bodied
man to eighteen wvomnen.
It is reported that three army corps
have entered France from Baden.
There is great excitement in the French
departments regarding the alleged sym
pathy of the Protestants with the Prus
The splendid Strasburg library has
been destroyed by the bombardment.
The Corps Legislatif is engaged in
denunciations of Prussian barbarities
and laudations of French endurance at
The IIessians, the French say, are dis
tinguishing themselves for their "tra
ditional pillage and b'-utality."
Sportstmen jockies, horses and school
giis are arriving in great numbcrs from
The War News
SEDAN, September 2 -1.22 P. M.-~From
the King to the Queen : A capitulation,
whereby the whole army at Sedan are
prisoners of war, has just been concluded ,
*ith GenerMl Wlmpfen, commanding, In
ead.ofd:irshal Mahon, who is wounded. e
The Emperor surrendered himself to me,
as he has no,.cjommand, and left every
thing to the Regent at Paris. His resi
dence I shall appoint after an intei-viea
with him at a rendezvous to be fixed im
mediately. What a course of cvents,
with God's guidance, have taken place r
BRUSSELS, September 3.-Yesterday. c
McMahon was completely beaten and c
shut up in Sedan. His last road to Par
is was cut. Bazaine has been complete- t
ly beaten before Metz, by Frederic'
P.uts, September 3.-The reported
insanity of the King of Prussia has been
Loxnos, September .-The G.rmansr
are urging- William to declare hinself C
Emperor of Germany. Great and pacific
news gives unusual relief. The efect is
visible in nearly every countenance.
Trar<actions, and prices exhibit new
BR'SELs, September U-Noon.-Gen
:ral Faily has been shot. One account
savs he was shot by his own soldiers,
mnother says by order of McMahon.
The Empress ordered Prince Napoleon
to return to Paris, and he refused. A
lecree has been issued, stripping him
>f the rank of Prince and Senator.
The Etoile, of this city, says the
French are utterly defeated, and that Mc
sIahon and the Emperor are prisoners. c
It is reported that many of the French
>fficers were massacred by their own
toidiers, and a great many officers es- t
aped to Belgium.
BRUSSEt.S, September 3.-Yesterday,
3,000 French, including one general of
icer and two Imperial staff officers,
:rossed the border and surrendered.
LoNDON, August 23.-(Special to the t
Sew York World).-Creditable author
ties assure ne that Steinmetz and
Frederick Charles lost over 100,000 men,
leaving them no more than 350.000 to t
told their line from the frontier to Metz.
the feeling in Berlin is of undeniable 1
iorror and depression.
The war threatens to last, and already
.he flower of North Germany is deci- 1
nated. The railways are taken up with
he wounded so as to delay the move
nent of reinforcements.
The Prussians having entered the forti
ications of Sedan, the Emperar capitula
ed at 5:45 P. M. His letter to the
[Kine of Prussia said : "As I cannot die
it the head of my army, I lay my sword
it the feet of your Majesty."
Napoleon left Sedan for the Prussian t
-eadquarters at Vandres, at 7 o'clock in r
the morning, September 2.
McMahon's whole army, comprising
100,000 prisoners, capitulated without t
:onditions. The Prussians had 240,000
mien engaged or in reserve; the French
Pams, Sept. 3.-The fortifications are
completed. Trochu is virtually dictator.
My informants left Paris on the 2d inst. e
ro-day is the last day of grace.
P.uus, September 5.-The Provisional
Government assumed office without the
slightest disorder. All Ministers are
acting with energy, and orders have been
i<sned for the immediate formation of
colossal armies. The Senate has been
suppre-sed. and the Corps Legislatift
Ili,solved, T'he Provissiona.l Government.
iin permanent session at the liotel dec
Vi!!e--General Trochum pres.i.di:g.
5 P. .\.-Kiratrv has been r.ventedl
chief of police anid Chienne Arago mayor
of Paris. The flhgs have been loweredL
an the Tuilleries; and it is sa-id the Enm
press haos de-partedl, anid the people nre
rushing through the T'uilleries. Pla
cardls atre posted with the words: "D)eath~
to Thiers!" .\embers of the provis-ion:a
~overnnmer.t are said to he Fan-e, Gamn- -
betti, Simon, Kiratry, Piscardl, Pellitin
md Fory, appointed by the Corps Leg
Elatif, after the mnajor-ity hadl withdrawn,
mnud are in session at the IIotel do Ville.
[lenri Rochefort, who has been released.
is assisting at this meeting.
PM:s, September 5-6}- P. M.
Cro-Ads continue to tear down signs con
:aining the imperial arms and mnedals.
1'he hightst stories are clinmbed to teara
lown the word "imperial" from the the
itres. The police are no looger seen on
ST-rrAr, September 5. -A cron ded
neeting adopted resolutions that: Ger
nany refuses mediation or intervention;
>f the powers; also, incorporating Alsace
mnd Loraine as p'ortions of Gertmany, l
md( demand compensation for expenses
,f the war; also, Germany must tnow he
>ne nation, with one army and one Par-f
ianent, that those are the only securi -
ies for a permanent peace in G Cermanyv
md E-urope. r
Btl.:.ts, Sept. 5.-Congratulary te-le
~rams from all parts of the world con
inue to pour in. Nearly all protest
aint t foreign interfer ence with Germ-n o
djnument of peace. It is reported that
leMahon is dead.
The shout of Vive Republigne is hear-d
in every hand, and the Napo'eonie dyv
asty is evidently at an end. Trrochu
s dictator, and extraordinary piower-s
vill be voted him. Under the thrilli:igt
ry of Repubhique 2,000,000 men will fly
,o artms to drive out the invaders.
NEw YoRK, September 4--The cotton
-ear ended Wednesday. Last wee-k's f
eceipts, from all ports, are 6,868 bales,f
gainist 5,454 bales for last week, 5287 j
or the previous week, and 5,517 for
hree week's ago. The week's exportc ~
roma a'1 ports, are 8,702 bae, ag int
,977 bales for last week, and 20.9 for i
his week last year. The stocks in the (1
zterior towns are 14,029 bales, against di
6,726 bales for lost week, and 718 for
his date last year. The stock in Liver- t
>ool is 494,000 bales, against 418,000n
>ales for last year. The atmount of A me-f
ican cotton in Great Britain is 26,000
>ales, against 11,000 bales for last year. r
tndia cotton afloat, for Europe, amounts e
o 462,770 bales, against 607,133 bales s
ast year. The market in New York is '
irmer, in response to an improvement
n Liverpool, though the actual advance ~
s slight. The chief feature of the week
vas the settlement of the August con- t,
racts, the sellers of which were forced f1
o settle at 14 a 14} cents above the
ominal quotations for cotton on the
The Monde says five well trained gun.
iers have been assigned to each of the
1,000 guns on the fortifications, and am
le ammunition provided.
The Opinion Nationale demands that,
is the Prussians shoot country people,
rance should teach Prussia that if the
>ractice continues she will take no pris
ners, and the war shall become one of
The Examiner says the mad policy ofc
1814 towards France-the policy of par- a
ition and repression is itntended. The
~afety of Europe ~demands that France
>e guaranteed against dishonor and dis
nemberment. It is hoped the Czar will
nterpose to preserve the balance of
The war costs Prussia 10,500,000
HERE, TIERE, EFERYWHE E.
A dismal nodern prophet informs the pub
iC that a period of about for y-two years,
[uring which the slain of the Lord will cover
he earth ii hiindreds of millions. will com.
pence on the 10th day of next November.
his rem inds;:s of :t lecture recently deliver
d by a gallant professor np-country. a short
vhilc ago, ih which he had every body
or. dia conlb t save two solit:iry chaps
ctes a that-wthoviewed the scen. Marus
lie at Carthage. 1readfnl. isn't it.
Two hundred laborers are wntted for the
olumbia C mal, This looks like work.
"Little's system of fasr r!ertphy." is ca,
able cf tran-nitting 2!,090 worJ1s per hour
ver a single wire,-isequal to tie work now
cue by thirty-six wires of the Morse system.
cri.y the world moves upon the wings ot
lectrc'ielty. And a perfect revolution in the
elegraph anid posta i system is near at hand.
As we supposed--hc stor: of the 3,000
onfedlerate prio:icrs on D.ry Tortugas. is
A vote of symnathy upon the 'rarnol'rus
[an war was taken at the White Sulphur,
a., and the vote stood two to one in favor
The summer of 1870, surpass.s all others
or heat since 1778.
Holden, Scott. iltilock and Red, Govern
rs respectively of the Cxolinas. Georgia
nd Florida, are birds of a feather.
When will the magnificent harbor of Port
toyal contain the argosies of the world?
The mother of O'Donovan Rcssa, the Irish
'atriot, recently died in Charleston.
There has hen a great fire at Calais, Me.,
ndt a half million dollars worth of property
The .letho-li-t book concern was recently
ohhed of $15,000 The prt.ocr;y .tolen was
ubrcquently rtnrned by a ie-senger who
ave no partientars olher than that he was
,irected to deliver the poacrtage.
Andrex Johnson is nominated for Ctz:
rcss. tle does :ot wih to run, tta it seems
bat the conservatire element will run hitra
gainstthe infamous Roderick Btler. The
ihig says: "We w%ould not at all be sur
rised, if he is nominated by acclamation
Shat a giant he would make in Congress !"
The new railroad fyridge a: Anrusta is
omplete. An excorsion train passed over
he bridge. As soon a- the train was well
pon the bridhe, a young lady broke a bottle
if lleid-1e v.inc, scattering the contents
,pon the brilge as a cbristening. ('iCampagne
towed freely, and all the excursionisis re
urned highly pleased.
Mrs. Petizrn King, relict of Captain Ifenry
ing, and dauahiter of the late .ames L. Pet
gru, was last week married to C. C. Bowen.
A graveyard inscription in Krnnebunk.
laine, reads thu,: "Poor .Jee! his head is
.vel now if it never was before."
It is reported that the fall fachion for
idies hats will he a funnei-shaped arrange
icnt, with the small end behind.
on the 0:h of last month, there was a se%
-ere snow stoim at River Bend, on the Kan
as Pacific Railroad. Snow in August de
nonstrates the fact that the ph} sie:.1 world
s also at elemertal war.
Chestnut-brown and dove-color are to be
he two colors most worn next season.
The result of De. Newnan's logic is said to
e that numerous Salt Like ladies are cor
esponding with Indiana lawyers.
The great fires in the Canada woods are
aid to be the most extensive conflagrations
ver witnessed by those living in the pro
inces. Seven miles were recen:ly swept
ver near Toronto. wherein all hous:'s,barns,
nd most of the live stock were consumed.
A riot occurred in Fall Itiver, a.,where
he spinner, are on a strike. last Tuesday.
'he police being unable to dispur-e the riot
rs, the fire dtepartmnient was cail.d out and
,la',ed water on the crowd.
A lodge of sorrow in honor of the late B.i.
renc,was heldi in :he Metropolitan Chureb,
'Vashincgton, on the 2.3.1. The chunc:h was
.p)propriatety dlrap',i, and the beatrifully
mocre--ive cer"nmo'ial -er'ice wva's condlucted
cy Soverigni Coinmmanler, Alber't P1e.
Citizenship independent of raice and na
iona:itv a.s it is in the Ui:ed N,tes, is a
raat dli-covery in the se:encee of gov'iramen't.
'he Germ in in the U. S. bectomes tolerant
I' the F'reue!:, &c.. and the antip.thi cs of n
ionai:ty tire obliterate'd, while in Europe
.ich regards t:e othe~r as an e:ey
W het a sweet, pretty thing is the fo!!ow! ng
'Ilnteath the shadow of thme h
$ it min tiel imi by Attah
bd cairth and ai' umide room
For human hearts to b!oom.
(nd thr'ough the dream the lov'er- dreamed.
"Sweet sounds stole :n and soft liighs
'he sun.shine seemed to bless,
The air was a c.iress.
:rst Napo!eon. the aggre'tet fore-'s were
ni 00 mn, anud a loss of' S^.000-32 per cr.
U'bile at the batt'e of Sadon. lby Napo
con Ill. therenc wer.' 400.000i men ent, ed andice
.los of .3000-S per cert ilow il the
t:.tistics of the prescuit ccomi,a:e with thes
A f'amous war-cry' is, "Ma3y heaven diefeni
le right," but in view of the wie(ows and
rphans resutl:ing from the sorrowf'ul ear
age of wair, it should 'levoutly be, "31ay
taven defend the left !"
Wife 'ceaxing has g-t to be so fashionable;
ri New Yocrk that a mnan who has not dlone
mtethiing in tht:ct lin;e is likely to bee itt by
is ar:snocratic acqtu:un:anec rs.
Ruatland. Vermont, has ac mat:rimoniali sent
anion. '1 .o nen claimi the samte wotian
3rwife'. T!.c ladr e-;ine,'s thems e
ommoditing spirit. $he can bce happy' with
It is saidi that younmg lies(' nevecr join ai so
asis cr ocher female socie:y un: il :o-y haive
iven up ali hopes of get ing m:uiied.
Itow few prneuns know that ".2: car'e is
corruption of Dio mnoi, the lia!!an for "my
A terrible car:hquzake has visited the shores
f the Gutlf of Corinth . The towns Antmphirsa
nil G;ahagidal atnd sc'.eral 'ihlagc< were de
troyedl. 3enetv-prscons werei hi!!cd and
rounded. The itihabitants are in a state of
Is there no wany of pu'ting a stop to
he mturderoe.4 iay of singinig which ex
cutes somne of our best byimins, or rather
arrotes themnt, in the fl!!awicng style:
'The y'e-hie-he-'he-hear of.Jew-!kl'y, .Jew
lilly., Jeit--ew ew-Bi!!y c e-ey, Jt-en-cu
i-Ic-he-he is come !"' The year of
abilee is cotne.)
A committee of five is appoint-d by the
on 3eti's Christian As'ociation to) c!ose
ie gacmblina houses at $ar.aoga. They v'is
ed 3Iorrisey's saloon and took an inve'ntory
f the contents, which 3Morrissey agreed to
el ver up.
From the Papal See it hashbeen 'nncoutnced
1at the dogmca of' inmfallibihcty is baindinig
pon1 the wvhole Catholic world witnout
Hlow we are sacrificed at timnee to the ca
ries, prejtdices, selhishn:ess or immaaturo
ounsel of friend<. On:e snoct!d never lose
.dividuality. Ju;dgment, too. is a great
irtue. Sir Peter Teazie felt some'what of
'is when he exclaimed: "God deliver mte
Mrs. Vanderherst, of South Carolina.mys
riously disacppeacred from the side of her
'[end, Mrs. General Waynie, while on their
~ay to Saratoga. The Sun says that detec
yes are on the search.
The Correspondence of Berlin enumerates
be German troops now in the field as fol
ca's: Confederation of the north-Infantry,
50,000; cavalry, 53,000: artilb-ry, 1,200
-uns; infantry recruits, 187,000. cava.lry. 18,
00: artillery. 2.34: handwehr incl:mtrv, 20.5,
00; cavalry, 10 000: totahl for the Conl'ede
ation of the North. 994.000 men, 1.0,0 pieces
.f artillery, and 193.000 horses. Adding to
bese the troops of Bavaria. W'ur:emburg and
laden, there is a force of 1,1241,000.
A yoting lady about to he married says
lie will not promise to "love, hotnor and
beey," hut will say itnstead, "have, honoer
nid be gay."
Death from exposure ani disease is
aakirg fearful havoc itn the Prussian
Gjent. La Grande, ki'!ehI at G'ravelotte,*