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THE DYiNG Y EAR.
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THE DEAD LETTER.
empyarin a'"" cie i::theC.
ha nxt n.rote an : e
clee Grto : se.--n : t:t:t ae
nye h:mu to thi o: c. T ate-i s
W: ~ . ca--.. -- .a
~jeEearifg N:viwyn - Ge
I reet-ied awamei,ef
young wi!e. a roy a:- :2
nette. and inmther.
L The next mornin~ after :mv
attGr:at asked m to aSccyO
an him o the oin e.
Sis rathr U::! hr.I
w." sa.id Le. V: ya may
to find ,..:a:hing among .
etters to ams V'ou.
r so I ".: nee" E
C at te e:. : I .
letter .:ree: m a ue-0
an!v hi a a .t' --'fma
T!ance. River:G. N. Y." I
iut up to examine i-, and~ a- 1a
~ed the sheet. a ph..gnd
*opped irom it to the n2ur.
A rds jS Mau?d, from Du.ke.'
eugraven ms::e. m e
muands me to mary ..co A
ne and I caniot di<obey h~
YOU knorw ho-sX s-:r s
inghe can be. I har. K
ayed in va:r..- n
Farew~ll, dea?r L)D -Ia~
er love an ot er. May(~'
ter we left schIool, iand .et -
alione ini the wo.rld. anrJ
o, at the tim the~ t7r ~
he had entered a snmal dry
store in the country town of iE
erIdale, on a mneagre 32ary tL
barely supported h:m. iwr
to me soon. after. and d t
going to Austra::i,IA ar"w
never meet agaH'. I WOflC
what had caused this Cud --
ciLsion, and ha.d never forgot:
. im. But two ye"'s i
and I ha.i given : u
On my list v -
been tr'avelng a -
ticed a pa>.e
S ittine art
Short stay a:> *..
my more than -
and k.~it-ing thathr
Our ,overneC'. IJ
eyes seemed. a
Over with tear-.aar
look in them.
After I le:t iime r.
wrote that she had
erness,.ut when i e'~C
lm-ed Lc- so much. In1?
Iv re) V;r-v '
R,". t;a :ttie 1a
;ti :t.:1 ji
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a a endtQe et tit
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3 - - *fC u~ ' a -ler
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e. f i an t.1
T - r cor s:
I a U
csedVher"d a er6
flto tb dr-2i i p I
. s :-r -
-rous rep)roofS frumn: moth:cr
0. a ree-:.t 0ocagonf or 825~
b( .-an ! Tin ery NJu:
'~nu his rother took him to tai
t, and' told him that he ouci
~)lik pleaant But ifa
d.~,tal to~ se ytu ma
*1 j :. . . , . .
e C C . S .'a -
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An E.ntfui Bridal Tour.
Am rr3 th e pae-ers:- - who ar
rived in th' city n board the
- (~--' - -. ca,. tl:e
. . .. tl aii t-;fe. S ncr 3.: .
ofWr*ue h care:r':Cove
a . Tie was marK:ed a 1w
i : o at Gua'.rmUas to Mi s
- ::.ar of the iate A
t f-Ue rtf.ex :nr
- .: :- : v2 .-. t ae
:. '.'h l th-v car
ii:. -a. w, : ; -ii at the a::
:t e :ama rLement. de
:'.re.e::e of s pri-ouer. and
- . to Lhii if th": min-r
y ': t pti:. I:flirmatio cf
^er. IIe. nstead of pay
. d"wn the ; _+.. stre y' : or,an
f>rte of picked me.n,
,.nrted the mounami re
wher hS901 was dctained.
Th.-v tre attacked a euard of
seve rnmen. ki!!ed rive of them,
a.I wounded the other two. and
The st one of their
-:n mrn in the a.:ck. After
. o:. p:ned n:s w."e at
* va ther found it dificult to
_ to .Leap::!co. Ln order to ac
cympishthis object. they em
:' on hoard the StE-ar 'r Con
4 tlr th;s port. imtendingto
take the icxt Panamra steamer.
Tbe' were both saved from the
we. nd reached thi's city ill
ty. hvingr Iost all their bLag
-'i'a: ier :hey have uade up
m to ooverlnd to New
irk rni1 sail from that port to
a ruz. They will keep a
. louokout t'.r rai!road acei
".i:nt2. co:&g:a ratio"ns. earthquake
:... i :1i v:.- di,aters o. the
THE~ S!-rTER OF F>GARa ALtAN
I.The itihmnd Journ~al or
i-!y' co:uain the foilowing par
: *:a Miss Rose Poe, the sis
- iar Aflan P'oe. has be~en
a from place to place for
= ''me. enireiv destitute. She
a .\ to~.~ c.btain a livingz by t'
her hainds as a hueep
'She is ab'tut sixtv-six. I:
......o hink that the si
i n io wh e geniu:s have foy
' ni' every cul!tivate'd
'uld be iett to the c'od
f.' it the world. withm:t
ud selter. Hiavi:-g l3ost her
end some years ago, a lady
ofL PowAhat tan county, who had
1-rO'3'i.ed for her. she has since
.endrve from pi!!ar to poet.
a e the charity of un willingi
hea . Cannot ecmething be done
ii the rough roa-i of the
* ing y ears yet left to her ?"
UL D 5TISR AND YoUtNi; BRo-".
3 .Sisters. do not turn off
yor yo'u'ger brothers as if they
were always in your war, and
any service which they might ask
'of youl were a burthen. Perhaps
the hour may come when. over a
cAttin that isstrange ly longer than
you t bough t. and over a pale brow
lir fen, half unwitting.ly and
era wit h a pe'tulant put1b. you
e Lth hir-you brcud with
inngtezars and sobs that shake
your very soul. while remnorseful
iucen*,ry is b'u=y withi the by-gone
hou r-. You will wish theni that:
whe'n hecame and asked you to
* -j. hnim in his play.or to lift him
'.nr your lap becauie be was tiredl.
or take hffim out becauis he want
Sto me you had laid aw!de your
I, n-ima-le the little hear't
k ?i n L e at HIome.
- 'r Fr , e:nployed in a Ginerati
en:. . ~ o b~treLing up a.!3. l
1. 's we.ck, andI soon f.ound hnow
ar hi! will ha a nu'.
* Ti:. 1 . L. I'-..' N i-.- .I. ii L- o wncI IN $
Thia bcar met or tre r . .
C.W. M,';;g ry was .?'.rT
PCe.*ident of the .'r.te. anJ F. e.
L(rward ar' rec.e a chap;er with
seectee^ 'erse. g n r. n a -
c-unit of hidan by od an.
' Je ad a .:-h t ,1
: !:.u . av .fi.it ..rn. M r. J.
re -:L lr .- Jid. -camNV
+rt G o r.: r a:: .: .. ::.-::
- meand r .". a:il cue
t e "^1 :Y:e ir'.:: b mole a r"': g tL:
i . , .'.~
duc: '.:.-' u rie t sIai o h e : ro
n:ita Arme tl d&poi. b
L'uio .-ii ever -iat an2:.. bi
M'!r h3. r. .m. *:. IN :1:
The C ..; ton L ws t s: We :
pirint:2 a::other colu: nrt b
l ~ionv:.. ilmes. conta.mn!e a
S:eitin o e outraf t e-''s con
duct of tu rbuent quadp of negro
militia. Armed band prow - about
Unionile every nigh?t, and voi
leio hane reent! d been dned into
the house of Uaio wi e:tizen .
This c'ndition of thtin cannot
lat.aid the white pehpe of Union
thind of orgaiziug ti ehseves
into a m:iitary body for th. pro
teetion of tihemseives and tLeir
famiies. S> naturai a deternra
tion cannot be coie.:nned bt
'he people of Union mnust. for their
own sake."be circu-ret and ira
tient. They should not think of
ta.king the law into their own
hands, until they have exhausted
every legal and usua men of ob
taii:ng redress for the past and
crty fo,r the f ture. This may
be their p)osition now ; but wead
vise a las appeal to Governor
!he niegroes ine by d.ep'riv
in the Lc~ of the~ arms~ w b ieb tiny
aire usmfl. to thbe jiry of non~
C:ountty and the whole State. A
com:ttee of citize:4. prepare' i to
by heTie m!it;wat. Tupon
Gov. Scott. and demnandl0 of
:bIaL measures~ be tak2n for the
preservation of peace and t he a ;p
nression of diordekr. The2 white
citizens owe this to themselves.
an~d it is due 1)to Go. Scott. who)
may now be wilingc to ex:en-i
~ome conside.rationl to the white
:"plei of the~ State.
PREmN Woax.-The snee
o.f life. if achieved at al. uet be
~in fromi the p.itt where eaIn i
usatands. It can be su;r!v a:
tained only by beginning' now.and
by t3oiln steadliy and hard.
Hundreds; of youing men are
waiting for favorable cirenm-ari
.es and for agreeable empl)ynw.i
T'his plea is but a soft way of* ex
cu.sing lazine~sj. A man ha n
place but the one ini whieb he
sitanda; ao time~ but the present :
no chance but the one before him;
no work but that whieb he can do
to-day in hiis place. From thatr
place, along that path, by that
work, must he go so mnuch higher
and better as he is able to. But
let him start to-daty.
Indolence and pride may whim.
per. Wait for better opportunities.
But the voice of ereat men? mundsll
d')wn to as fromn the heights ei
honorable success "I yu eei no
oiUlutiustry to-day, in whatever
,omes' to hani. is the sure~ guaran
tee of future wealth and worth.
Gc Hors*: Bem.-The Gin henie el
Mr. John LanidGrd1, near S-:B:onit
this Cour'y, was burnt oni Moniday night
b 1,t. The house was one of the best it
the County, and contained fourteen bales
of cotrton, sixty bushels of wheat, tw
hund1red and rifty buhe!s of coirn, two o:
three threThers sad other property
The !os s estimnated at about $300
There was no fire abr't the premni;e
at night-fat, anid beyond d>Tbt it wa
Ithe work of the inicendi:rr.
"AR. I REAT . L
4 Y..e 72--': f X- .
..he stre p ar. eg
th)W :t imF:n-^I f-onto. wh
- wi wi:h any :iti^3
w . t iv t u.r d.tr. -.
r:1 .a e i :r ar ..:re tive S.
arei .w e h inhe :. ".k
in every mm sudi every ro,.:
t:.3S 12- :A:- w:.:)ow : k's
eier ::: te streCt or upon t
beautic curt-yard an:d gard
about ou'e hundrrd feet s-ae
aide tLe building. The work p
cee"d. iow;y, as required for t
:oi:"iEcation of such an enormc
mas". snd it is now very doubt
wLethLr th,e whole will be eueoi
the pre"seu: y:a..
A.. e:aa sme is to the
male countenance what the s'
:beam is to the land.eape ; it e
bellishes an inferior f'ace,an
deml an uly one. A smile. bo
ever. hou!d nrt bccome habitn
or insipidity is the re:uit ; E
should the rmo::th break into
smi!e on one side, the other
mainting pa,-ive and unremov
:,r tLi: imparts an air of de. t
7rotg-ae:eri to the faee.--A d
areeab.e ic s^.iic :S1storts til:'
ul trauty. and i, more repb-;
tilan a frowu. There are ua
k nti. of rlmiles, eaeh ha:n, a d
toodness a:d ,weetei ;oth
andorsi :some s*<ten the em
e nnce by t heir .a:--uishi:: .1
m*rue% others brK.hten it
he i briiant an i siriual viv:
SUrn the~ ~:ze iward. to wat
bm -danid bea:iiei be allsw
Wa . B-ne. of Sparta.bu
R. '. B-s of C-:o;n. Dep
Z. 'v. Crve of EhSed See
J1mi.s . H-> t,r~ of AnJ-r'on. Ju'
H. W. ,:r.r >Jer, of C akston, Grn
's Ra Cenpbeit. of Lauarens. Gn1
Rev. i Tvomier Porter, of Chtarlest
G. P. T wnnd. of Bennettsville,
Inior Girand D--s'o-.
Wir:iva ?iiott, of Beaufort. Jun
W. L. Read, of C'beras, Junio~r Gni
P. K. Coburn, oif S.:mmierville. G
G T. B'rg, of C--limna,s Grar,d F
E. . LUovd, of F>oece, Gr
A. 0. Sujtt'on, of Pe ie n Gr
W. A. Wi1-"n, o-f thr. n, T:ler.
Andrew W. Met'r,ner, cm-.'
-ix daiv- en.hre o, tri ,c-p
and4 e-,r.1 95.E;H e'n. In N'i
the>e d1v, he w.akted six hoursa, ~
ea. Ele th:..achwred thie extre.rd
ry fest of setungr1 9->.6%~ e.ns in i
h'irs witho-it any extra "fmt."
annI!ex the fiZ1w. exri'j. th~e s'no:
of eacihvy' w;rk, wh;eb for r.
Sty pe-settir han prohvir r.ever I
e~o;zi!ed: it-'Idy 1 7.209,; Mo"
15.4'0 Tue-v, IAl '-; Wd
The~ strengh of the~ Uni
St-zc ar r is3 3 -870.
r.+ W i He Succeed,
S Th f%lnWing artic:e has
s?, Tnch truth atid 4-nnd practic
r- :-raPe in it. we give it a promiat"
. cur e.I a.tor:a. p a
it to it:e caret! pn rm
.- fev ery _a.nt - -.FL):.s.
ng i :!,e esses oat Uf ten, r
' in n' if; b a su:te& uue;
to bear ! urdeLs in his Chii.ldoc.
-'h if the fond ness ur vaitzy of thl
n or n"ther hat kept him from baa
.e tork: if another acay5 he Pt
h. . ut at the eud of his rtw ; i
'ce i+te:..i takirn hb. turn a: pitc
dirg (:. be moved away'a1.fti
re. tit.i -in or, it wiat wAs Htg!
m- aiways feli to him, and wLat Wi
. hiavy about the work. to son
- n l.t . if ue ii-, ben-n t"r:ittL
yto -aitk tili biikit:g tas become
.. hab tt-u ies fS. :i is wriLughi
. i iife wJ : . a failures and t!
it:.. wi:d no)t be hA:i to n):0:U
pors hatf poo, weak. foo
-.O. a other ha:) bi ai boy.
2ee bragtL J: up. t) dtJ Lis p."r;
ia:e re=pond. uity, or prmita
De :o dage work. wtether c' ni
s t mie:"r . :bi-: :k acihe yr :suiled h
ed tL.d td hexrit,g Leary burder
etc"am.e a matter of p,:ride. ti
:ah-v end of tLe wood hia fro
he cc-par?nts as they bid hi
'. good-bye, may dismise beir fear
-tiis life will not be a business fs;
ure. The elemonts of euceee a:
he his, and at some time and in o0tr
us way the wer d will recognizC h
al business capacity.
Take another point. Money
the object cf the wor3d'i par:'cit
. It is an object. I: gives bread at
c elotLing, and homes and cemfor
.u The world has not judged who'
r. un1wisely when it Las made the p
w. sition a wan occupies to hin
at. more or lees on his ability to eai
or money. and somewhat upon ti
a amount 0 is possesions. It i
re. is miserahiy poor. it either argu
:d. some defect in his business abi!it
i some reck%ssnes"s in his expen;
i.;:rses. or a ick of fitness to col
wit men in the great battle f
!I Whena country-bred boy lear
botme. it is ge!mrally to enter u
t "rn .ome bai noss, the esd ofwhir
i to sequire property. and he w
2 meedi just in proportiont as
m- flbeen.ae to e:arnf and s:r
y I' th m e ne has had coy'
W J M p'an tug a little patc in ti
a rng. aoid seling i:s produce
M tr monr-:b. of wa:ching and :
c' chu~:ck.' a:t-~ sixeent a heaid:
- trorm trappinrg mayk:-ata. and se
:1- rn if'r m : ,r : n g;s
eti, snre in the Fa2 for gam
and wkingf m1ues to Sqethem
rip:~ L:eingcoin iLe a negh.
er moor;ight evenHa::pa: are
aUn mane: woringutie to oc~ca
hil da tat hard word :.e b:
grwnt madep n eh im gtod *
ma e e ptleai the wordw.
trOn d~the Ont. w:b bary ne
. er earned adlare ifaalens nt
mnah hi awy kboepat him, wpi
diee ad t-heos andv to saei
bis imaegind anot -and he b
r onthto manhoonin te e
eLrey treat bim t bah siti
consieratin. hebitl arltsbe
is ak-*it a. n h a is otel usi
muchI' his, a~pes fl(e bot him, wi
md neve made thet oy d pen <u
su uhimsel-i o aehm
sPaui months to geamned to r
p'ai e a otjckki
W(.Tvrbd hta.i teof rough itH
iaz o tier acet an-r Ik roughi
come:in boy ho->d, it does od ;i
uater, he abiare fred.
ted , thre q,enont whe ther a. you1
u:hon i iling' nd to maki pa
i;.i)r and grief of children con
tribate to thesuccessofsabequent
w.-Harti and Home - -
Citentment is a very -goed
1hiug in its place, but it is s
Ltat "virtues carried to exceSes be
e.:me riees." Some people bar0
the rice of contentment very ba.L
As Hugb Miler justly remarks :"
uhe Scottish, Highlanders, their
coetentment was certainlyno Tir
. u.,"when it lad the elhct of ar
reung all improvement. It is
ai*n periiouony aMiod to great -sv r..
t.-ring. when the men who exew
p?'ty it are so thoroughty happy
aznid the medioeritiea of the pre.
ent that they fail to make pro
ii,?on for the contingencies of the
There is no merit in being eo: -
tented with an old leaky roof -and
patehed windows; a houe with
Soose zlapbaards, and a tangle door
y fir.,w Loe oce higed gate gives
fr.-e irgres6 to cows and pigs, nn
les a;I'these things are poaitively
a oidab1e. "The field of 4ho
-.ad" net with. no commen
Janu n from. the wisest of men.
*Tir si,:tless contentment of the
.zy man is no akin to theresigaa..
tio of tie true Christian. who
su miis b amb!r to the Lord's wiil,
ev !n when inclination is sorely
Tile best sermon to preach to
ome people~would seem to be the
duty of discontent with their pres
ent surroundings. There is no
hope of arousing them to improre
nnt tili they can be shook awake,
is ad made to open their eyea to
the wretchednes - their sluggish
i content has brought them inte ;
have them dissatisfied if you cam
IT with the crazy old house and
J- broken fence, the sorrel grown
e fields, and garden of nettlee.
-n Show them the iiprovement a
e pound of nails and a half a day's
labor would make on the hone.
and yard, and if need be lead a
F. helping hand to start the ball of
improvement. You will never
e lose time by sueh good deeds an d
>r it will give you aatisfaction every
time vou reesli it.--When yo:t
have done your best to improve
y. arself and your condition, then
b is the time and place for content
hmeu1t to)come in. Then yonisny
.eheerfully leave the results to a
xiher power, satisi6ed that yxou
wiii not receive the condemsnation
. Af' be "slobfjt servant."
ORtDINATIoN oF 'rnE R Er. h. S.
HWIA.u.-The ordinato o lr
II .Wigard a iitro h
Gx.pel according to the. faith of.
. e Evangeica! Lutheran Church,
itook p!ace lst evening at St.
Jo'n's Chiurch. There was quite
a larg cogregtio, and manyotf
hei memibers of Latheran Synod,
* ateily in session bore, were pre
eat~I. The Rev. T1. S. Boineet de
ivered an able ar.d interesting
s'rmon, selee;ing as his text the
..6t verse of the 24th chapter of
Geness: "HIinder me not, seeing
ieLord hath prospered -my
The char.ge was delivered to the
a.didate by the llev. y. H. law
ne, the president of the Synod,
and he was welcomed into the
fellowohip of the cburch by the
ordained ministers who were pre
sent .or thecloeeof the cere
moisa collection was taken up
for the benefit of the Missi4nary
Society.-'arle'ston News, 2%.
SA xae' Cmacus.-The Macon Tel
! egraph of the 15th says; The
> - circus of the late lamented Colonel
Amee, passed up Cherry street
it !at evening. The horses, wsgons
and men. were draped in deep
morrig. It was certainly the
tisttime such a company ever
moved through our streets e" o~
e1tlc;y, so gloomily. No trss
bandi preceded it, and no sho:t.s
greed is from the side walke.
reit pa.i to the Fair Grounds',
p- where the horses and wagons at e
. obe sold and the company dis
-v. banid. The mardered Colora-l
it .\.mas ret in Rose Hill Cemnete:rv.
in and in a few days his compa,y!
he wiil ba scattered to the foar wirds
mn. of the earth.
m: Kindness, like the gentle breath