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dednesday. August 23, 18A.
- -e- neeftn war.
In view Of the fr-ritless eesults of the
Cnrean war, the New York Evening
"Is it -ti thtae tov'ise sorme other
way of.perqwling s-vnges to civilization
than by kiliing and mntilating them?
If no better way can be found of dcaling
with them, - would it not be wise to let
thein aloiie altogether? An is there in
any recognized code of worality or of
public a .v any grant to us of the right of
compellin- a nation to hold communi
cation with us, against its will ? These
q1estiQre certainly deserve consideration,
tsven if the recent attack upon the Co
!ean% should prove to have been fully
ijustiuj'l by an exceptional provocation."
.t isveli known that in the friction of
two surfaces together, a ccrtain amount
of heat is produced, and that the office of
a lubricat-r .s to reduce this friction to a
Iminitutiui, by filing up the inecualities
of the- s,irfaces, and preverting their ad
h The more completely this is
done, tOe less h:eat is developed ; or, in
ntlher words, the ltss heat, produced by
the mutual friction of two oiled surfacrs
iN a ;iven time, so much tiore valuable
is the halnicator made use of. Ipen
this principle a machine has lately been
constructcd, for testing the comparative
merits of lubricating oibz, in which the
a-ount of heat developed in a given time
by a certain nutber of rotations, with
oils of diTferent qualities, is measured on
ait atta'h.:d thermometer ; and it is said
that tiis apparatus is now largely used
in varlwi establishments fur the p>ur
)ose of furnishing the test in ouestion.
The State Tax Payers' Cozv=ntion.
We have patiently awaited the results
of the late Tax Payer,' Convention, and
find no good "fruits meet for repentance,"
on the part of the ofi.-ial-.
The Convention appointed Conimittees
to do that which shoud have been done
dhiring the session. The reports of these
Committees; measurably predicated upon
the:ex-parte statements of some of the
officials-no proof of course being discov
cred of frauds-places the Convention in
a false position, for the reports are
adopted. What then? Might it not
seem to many that the Gonvention en
dorses the official acts of custodians,
wrhos. gross misconduct they were to
fUrret out and condemn?
In.view of the lamentable fact that all
oflice.holders are expected to piunder
and pill.ge the people, and that they are
generally considered by men of all par
ties as having a right to do -so, we, as
humble individuals, cannot presume to
say that is wrong which seems to be in
accordance with the received opinions of
roankind. ~So let them steal.
SPrnTAtntRac, Aug. 18, 16'71.
The grand affair of the season came off on
Momiday night -last in the shape, or rather
namne;-of a Sciopticon Entertainment. The
Bills being posted some days in advance,
and displaying the regtuisite number of big
lines, showsing the most remarkable features
of the promnised entertainment to decided
advantage, of course no little curiosity was~
mnanifested, both by the guests at the Spring,
and the inhabitants of the country round
about. .What did the word mean, and what
would it prove to be ? These were the ques
.ions w'hich occuied attention during the
days' which ititervened be tween the stickinig
of the bills aud the memorable nghm. Some
one suggested that Sciopticon wt- the Greek
for scmethuing of a
?t we ruled that man out. Such aa idea
rat'd only occtur to a man of contractedl
v-ews. It would never do to lend counte
rn:uce to an idea of :bait kiad, and we there
fore encourged the populir curiosity and en
tusiastn as inuch acs possih!e, and even used
considerable powcr of persuasion to gain
Mr. Fowies consenTt to grant permission to
exhibit thte show in the hall room of the ho
'el, for he too smelt a mice and did not want
als bo,:rders to be hummbugged. No matter
-rhat we tho,nZht, it was our duty to contrib
ur -to the pleasure of our fellow-boarders
od fellow-suff:rers, and any innoceut mneans,
~att:ti a consumnmation so muc:h to be de
ed, should be eagerly embraced. In view
ithe fact, thazt the number of dyspeptics
here is glaie l:trge, althcogh a chance vimo
~o ee thetm e:tt, would haird!y believe, that
these mni and women ,who can scarcely talk
of anything etse but their pains and the
thousand and one symptons of their peculiar
caee togethJer with the ef'ect the water Is
having on thetn. and hzow, macygoblets "they
went" this mornintg, and how~. many they in
end "to go' to-miorrow morning, that there
s anything at all rhe maitter with themn.
Chicken, ham, htatter-ce, hut biseita,
strong e.ee &c., tre tac-kised by tem with
an energy worthy ofa better cause, there
Tut:: An tY 310nN ING
ithe time to -wte the sickh ones to advantage.
Ohb the grunts, the moans. the groans, and
the solemin vows to let chicken and e.ffieeI
Aone at night, told to the soft breezes of the
rnorno.: atnd the quantity, of water imbibed,
to churn up and wash e::ch tronble out. This
occupies from one to two hours, and the re
hearsal takes place at the spring house, and
is listened to with sighs as long as one's arm
aind otten longer, as sotue long-winded fel
tow gets the tloor and goes over his oft-re
peated story. 'Te man who can get the first
say, is as happy as can be; what a night he
passed throngh! somec ne w symptom h-is re
vcaled itself. and he expa:iates tilt it's time
to go and take in another gorge. But we
are off the track, and must g.-t ou oncee more
arid go on w.ith the show. We said it was
our du:y to cncourouge its coming, and on ac
onut of the suffering dyspeptics who needed
something to stir themi up beside water,
therefore said we, let the Sciopticon come:
antd come it did about 10 o'clock of the ap
pinted day, and about six hours before the
doors were to be opened. T bis afforded the
preprietor and operator suficeient time to
make all his arrangements, which consisted
Atrst in sticking up a bill at the Spring, one
at the store house of Mr~ Catetand ano.her
ai the Hotel, in putting on a clean paper
collar, and brtshing hi.s hair behind his ears.
The excitement about this time was steadily
increasing; one young man had already corne
oiq r fo the ticket nfe, and several
by their mamnias to keep them quiet. The
effect on some of the dyipeptics, too, was of
the happiest cbaracter, and theirappetites for
solid food considerably improved; and take
it altogether the Sciopticon was already
woi king wonders. low long the afternoon, t
The ladies were readv long before night, t
and the gentlemen all, expect one or two
one of whom we will notice further on-were t
likewise on the qui vive of expectation. Col
L., a dashing cava!ry officer in the late Un
pleuamntuess, wa par:,icularlY jubilant.
We;l. ni;ght came at iat , and the doors at
length throwu open, in went the expectant
crowd, after depositing their qaarters in the
hianflq of the owner of the-we won't call its
name any more if we cai help it-and
for an interminab!e half hour sat the au"
dirnec with a patience most gratifying to the
proprietor, who, every live or ten minutes
woald let in another cui iosity-struck crea
ture, and mid to his pile of qiarters. There
was no excitement, no coi!nion, strange
to say, notwithstanding every heart beat high
with the expectation, for the annouucement
that the Sc-(ahnost slipped it out again)
was the wondey of the age, and all that sort
of thing, was enough to excite the most in
tense enthusiasm. It mna be too that the
duing tlhe half hour that the audience widt
ed, and the doorkeeper continued his labor
of love, had a soothing intiuene, but it is
hatd to say. The ie.ietr may perhapi decide
this point when wc say, that the overture se,
keted for the ovcasion ws a fantasic on the
Spanii danc, w;th Shoo Fly variations, by
a fAll orchestra, com;. sed of one negro, a
fiddie, and ako a bow. IU there was any
rosin used no mention was made of it. The
overture was long and occupied the full half
hour, and when the last man had entered,
the grand and pleasing spectacle commenced,
and continted for a full half hour longer,
amid breathless silence, brokei only by the I
voice of the lecturer, who told his bewildered
audience that one picture wazs a j:ickass and
another something else. But for this consid
erate explanation there would no doubt have
been disappointmenit. for otherwike no one
could have made out what the ten pieturus
shown represented. Of course it was a mo4t
unmitigated humbug, and yet it se-rved a
purpose, in affording a topic of conversation,
and for an hour or two no one said anything
about stomach, liver or kidnevs. We may
add that fortunately this strolling picker up
of other peopks' hard-carned woney only
made a half dollar over expenses, and over
henrinig sundry remarks not complimen:ary
to him on his Sciopticotu, swore he'd never
conie to Glenn's again.
We regret having taken up so much spacet
with '1erkstresser's magic lantern. and offer
as an apology that somehow or other we
could not help it. Wherever he visit, the
reader will be prepared to either keep his or
her quarter, or throw it away, as fuacy die
Qaite a nice company has conpregated
here, and every day some chatice is made,
either by a departure for other ;enes and
places, or an arrival. We are plea-ed to state,
however that the
N1MeR1 STEADILY INCrEASER,
and that m.:ny of the ailing are doing wtell.
That the water is effiencious we need not
again repeat, unless some unfortunate, who
is yet in ignorance of its tmany virtues may
need ibis and be induced to give it a trial.
While on this point we cannot help again I
reverting to the
CHIEF OCCUPATION o? TitE DAY, I
and that is, breakfast, dinner and supper.
It seems strange that people will not know I
themselves better, and treat their best friend,
the stomach, with more consideration. A
dyspeptic for instarnce, wortn out an-d emtct
ated, or one suff'ering from severe chronic
gastritis, having all but destroyed the diges- I
ive apparatus from imprudent eating,comesC
here expecting that tihe mere dritnking of the
water will effect a cure, wIlIe the same
enturse of stuffing is persisted is, and at night
especially is this to be seen, as hefotcre me
tioned. We do not say that tall ac' thlus imn
prudent::y, for there tare those wl,o carefullyr
diet themuselv'es, atnd r'atiidly itmprove'. These
are the wrise ones. Thar Mr. Fowler, thi pre,
prietor, occupies atn unienv'i.be po:,ition, tno
one c:it deny, and we would
RlA TH ERPDE A .xt-LE Il.ITER
:btan a hate] Itreper, for as a class, travelers
and boarders are most intoler::ble grumblers
They arc hardly ever sa:isfied. Did lhe not
furnish a supper in which solids occupied a
part, a lhue and cry would be raised by the ji
heaithy and strong, and feebly helped by the
sick and weaik, and he would have nto rest or
peace. A light meal of bread, butter, prm
srves and tea, would produce a howl. Therei
are two cries here-one for something to eat, ~
and the other for some relief after the indu!
gence. Tie gentleman alltmded to above,t
who would not get ready for, tnor invest aj e
quarter in, the show, is
A CHIARtACTER WELL KNO;VxN
in the low country, and is as independent, as
a Philadelphia wood sawyer, He ser-ved the
coun:rv several terms in the State Legisla-C
turc from Colleton distt lct, and then, as now,
had his own peculia~r notione of things, and
bluntly gives them expresion. lie roust be
0 years or thereaboutts,. and as an cc
centric batchelor, wl:h scend lstockings filled
with savings, holds a high head in this at- I
mosphre-except at meal times, when lie
bckles to it, and bending almost doutble,
cuts atnd comes again, until every chink, ec
erch and avenue- is closed, iIe says he n ould
like our hos-t :o bui:d a small railway from~
the side meat table to where lie sits to facili- j
tate operations, and enable hitin to fill utp cx,
eiiouly. We men tion him as a fair rep- I
resetative of one of the classes whio come
here for hetnih. 'Take him altogether hle is aIt
compound of singularities. As a sample
t the Sprin:, an evening or two sitnce, one
of the regular drinker< said somethig abo.ut 1
wantng a segar, when the oldI mrajor, taking
off' his old weather-beaten straw, and diving
down untder a quire or two of sheets filled2
with notes and catlculations, some of them no
doubt made during the time he occupied a
leglative chair, drew from the prized re
ceptac!c a sceai', which said he, a gentleman
gave him in Charleston on Ite first of May(
last, and which from that titme to the pre'-ent I
ha:d remained in the hat where he placed it,t
in company wvith papers, &c. Think of a -e
gar beinz kept in a hat for nearly fourmonths.
As stated, lie is a batchelor and is reputed tor
e rich, and if'he could be indurced to shavei
and trim a trifle, and trick himself out a lit-t
nearer the style in dress, he'd be a catch for I
some sorrowinig damsel. We make this men
tion of him as he has requested us to send
him a copy of the Herald, ant without a
short sketch of himself, he might possibly be
In onr first communication felicitation 1
was made that no insurance agent had as
yet ventured here, and it would have been
singular had so rem'trkable an exemp:ion
continued- It was not to be, so fair a field
could not be overlooked, and as was to be
expected the looked for addition to our circle
was made complete in the arrival of a distin
gised humanitarian a few nights since.
At his particular request it is mentioned that
he favors the new departure; and_ would_ notr
irt to induce a man to avail himself of the
dvantages and blessings of a life policy was 'I
Uade. He says he found the company too des
yspeptie. and their appetites too vigorous, L,
nd in consequence was afraid to risk in- o
olving the company he represents. Would
att others were as considerate. This gen- bre
leman we can meet with pleasue, and the I
;hole company rijoice that there is nothing eig
D fear from him in his particular line of
u4ine-ts. y ot
We have Just rome accidentally on Ctn olii I
rin:e, lcnniint of great interest, in which wil
ANALYSIS O. TIH OL.N.:!8 SYRISC
Vater, and which we publikh for the benefit
four readers, :ts follows: "It is a strong
ulplurois wter: one wine quart of which ter
onttins six cubic inchI!s of Sulphitrated
lydrogen Gas, and its s:siid contents are
2.1 grains Sulphaie of Magncsia,
10 " Soda,
4 " Muriate pr
: 4 Suner Carlonate of Soda,
Vith traces of 'losphate of M:gnesia and I
arbte of Lime.
This document was printed in 1855, and
ontalos a list of many remarkab:c cres in
,ver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Habitual Con
tipation, Chronic Diarrhea, Bilious Diar
lwLa and Colic. Diabetes and Bloody ' inc, tell
atamenial Derangement, Painful Menstrua- a
ions. Flour Aibus, Lucorrhoa, Ascetes, Stone
nd Guiiorrhti, one eaqe of Uiseaseof Heart,
nd one of Cancer. I: is a valuable paper of
efe:euco and should be repablihed and
The country immediately about here is
n!Tering still for rain and the crops fast burn
ng up past all hope of recovery, and yet only
few miles off good rains have been falling se
uring the last week or two.
The election for Commissioners in New- sw
irry. or rather the result, has been received Is1.
cr with the satisfaction which so important sor
consummation demands, and the influence
f the great victory in Charleston, together the
ith this of Newherry, will permeate the in
hole State. The promise now is that the SPe
Ide of events is beginuing to turn. P,ut we bet
anust close for the present.
A Moment with our Exchanges. cet
We find the "Weekly Atlanta Sntl" on our
at!c, and checifuilty place it upon our ex- cri
:auge list The Siu's beams we know will
xett a salutary effect in disinfecting the *
taznating sectiofn of the South, now heinIr fot
verslaughed bv the new departure. AleX- lh:t
nder H1. S:eplhcns is the political editor of
he Sn. than whom no other writer wields
o trenchant a pen.
'PeN:s S-FNEL.-WC have riCriied bi- d
lie third tnmir of this weAly journal. e
- is a new pap-r, starl at Pickens Gotrt
lolse. publhd by J. R. ioleombe & Co ,
$1.')u per annum. We %%eleoaie it to our
xhn1ge list -itd wish abundant success to
bie enterprise. rti
DEMorEST', YoUNG AvEnici for Sep
ember is filled with charming stories.
'Mnnie and Kittie." is a splendid tale, by.
il Forrest. "M1ay Clifford in the City," is Si
ot less interesting. The illustrations, poems, (1t
id-le and editorial deparments for Juve. O,
ies, can only be appreciated by thoie who
imye perused them Get a Copv and Sub
crihe for a year, only $100. Pblaished at C
38 Bromdway, New York.
Three hundred pictures for twenty-five
nts.- Set-lng is believing. aud we do see
ifore us Demorest's 31onthly Slatgazine for1
epltember, with more than three hundred wir
ngravings of Fashions,e Music: "Where lie
le Mountain Echos Meet," a charming song As
vy Baker. set to music, choice literature, at
oems, Jecnny June's piper on Mar'riage, isay
)uties of Ilusbatnds, Fashions. Ilou<ehobi, I
,dics' Club,. with other interesting articles
vorh more than a year's subscription, in one
lumber. Price. 2~5 ets., or S3 00 per year.
'ublished at 83$ Broadway, New York. w
We htav.e received a copy of the Addreas dre
cfore thei Litararv Societies of Wa,shinvton ma
nd L"e University, on Commencement D.ay,
'tie 22, 1871. i)e ,Jiieph W. Tay lor, E-q ,
if Aab..ma The nddre<" i a beautiful pro
uttion, in favor of coniverting the above in.
it:ion into a Memorial University. by the t
So hern pt-ople, as a wonttmenct io the left
remory of Generaf Rober't Edomatil Lee, who I
levoted tihe rem:ttinder of his life to the des- -
Iaration, "'I imv~e a self-imposedl nack which I
must accomnplish. I have led the youn:g Ui;
:tCn o0' theC So:tth in battle. I have seen om
tn-ty of ltem fall tinder mty standard. I a
hall devote my life now to triing young r
sett to do their duty in life."
-Lst October, hIeatrth anti Home ptased
rtto he hands of Messrs. Orange Judd &Ci
., 215 Broaidway, New York, the weil ce
nown publishers of the Am~erican Agricul- S.'
rist-a journal long withour a rival in ster- Po
in value and circulation. The marked im- am
irovmntts then expected to appear in
Icarih and Homine havec beent futlly realized.
d it is now one of' the c'hoicest illustrated rea
,urnals atnywhetre issued for the family cir, lea
l-adapte-d to bothI the juvenile and adult eot
cople, and nmeeting the special wants of the of
'uskeper. imides it supplies very use- e
ui chapters for the gtarden and farm, and an
nportant NEWS sheet, giving a v-alutable re- '
ime of the tnews forna week up to the momen t pas
f issue Fronm S500 mo S800 worth of very ma~
ne engravings bea-.ttify eacht weekly num -
er We notice now a s'ill turther mark of
ntrpise on the part of the publishters; they
ave secured the exclusive editorial services his
f lward Ezgleston, so widely and favora
e known by his writings ini Scribner's
onthly, and tmany other Migizine and
otrtals. aind especially as the chief super,
ttendintg Editor of the New York Indepen
et f or some time past. With tis notable Ott
ddiion to the previounsly large atnd strong mein
dtorial force, llearth and liomne can not fail .
. merit anti command a prominent place it'
verv household, in city. village, aind coiun- ina
r'y.' Specimen copies can douhtless lie ob- tht
.inedl of the publishers, as above Tirins cat:
lily $3 a year. Sin:lle numbers 8 cents. eyc
learh and Home and Amerimtetn Agricultn- tur
it together, S4 a year. Bettrer add otne or
oth of item to) youtr supply' of reading; they .
re e:t'h worth infitcly more than the smanll 1s t
o'st. i 2 ,
Colonel Wanton IDuncant, of Kentucky,t
1st returned from Eiuropie, where lie has Zt
eeni in intimtate sociali rela'ions with the
'rench imnper-ial famtily, was intesrviewed
y a World re porter'. Napoleon believes ag
his early restoration ; that the gov- ott
rmett of M. 'Thiers is regarded as a n-a
tere mtake-shift, and that hiis deatth at Ikrt
is time would be followed by antother " iC
ivil war. Gatthetta is looked upon as bei
n ambli tionts, in triguing, tle man. Ba
tine waits for history to justify hitm. li
'.boumf is a "ivretched creature." '[Th.e flv
.mpress is wev, and intends to send cot
he Pnce Imrperial tin a tour through amt
he United States whenever hte is old thc
nough to apprseiate' this big country. I
;olotel Duncan believes that England is Oh
breatened with serius revolutionary
D)t:rrvts.-Mr. James O'Neale, a vene- 'll
able gentleman. who may~ have beetntl
oticed each Sabbt,atht by thte congrega 'i
iott of St. Michael's, Charleston, as he
as led to his sent int the church, expireidI t
-steray mtorninig, at the ripe old age if -
ighty years. -\r. O'Nt-ale was clerk ofco
he choir itt idas long gone hby, when theen
vmns and psalms were read aloud by St
im, and was, for many years subse- dei
uent to the abolition of thi< office, sex- pet
on of the church. his aged forrD hasdt
ong been one of the land mtarks of a by- Ithl
:one age. Mr. Con. O'Neal, formerly of
exton of St. Finbar's, also died last
PAnus, August 18.-La Patrie says Rassia pe:
making great military preparations. Prus- lat
ia, also, is -filling up her cadres, perfecting Io
rmaments and collecting enormous quanti
ies of stores. L.a Patrie -believes the prepa-,
ations of the latter power are aimedl at cu
General News Itms.
he potato blight it is feared will almost
rrov the Irish crop.
r. 11 T. IleImbold attempted suicide at
tlinta i- ca-:-ing the arre:st of .Sabbath
~ew York women artaccused of smoking
L good rule : back your friend S and face
'he Aarquis of torne and P'rine ss Louise
I reside in Canada.
onisiaRa will soon have tens of thousands
,hinese at work on its plantations.
'he Colobia !-e ea hoMe
ir clean Iien on unday aftertcon.
7hirtee:i rniMns of money wcre reprle
ted at one Sarat-vga break last.
7he Kit Klux -vdrnce ziow in the hand4
he printer Make t, print'ed pages.
'minith on the Evason of J.-hts," is said
be the ttle of a tiew legal work in
ts e.titted' that the corn crop of
a this year ,ill amount to 190,000,000
sN FRANeisco. August IS.-Twenty car
ds of fresh Japanese tea were shipped
here are about one hundred and eight
Is Frenason Lodges in thi's State, with
embership of 14,000,
he beautiful Carltta, relict of the ill
d Maximihliat,.who wA. dezerted by
ree, is slowly dying.
'he citizens of GreenTille preprse to P5
lish Courts of Arbitration, so as to avoid
law's delays and costs.
'Keep to the right as the law directs" is to
Dbsered on the grand highways of old
an, owing to the immense travel, and con.
Ln earthquake and a tidal wave recently
-pt every living ihing from ofT the little
m11l of Tagolanda. The uimber of per.
s lost is estimated at four tlousand four
Ji-ed and sixteen.
liss Charlotte Cushman has returned to
stage and w';ll appear at Booth's theatre,
septemher, as Queen Catherine in Shak
are's Henry V111., and later as Lady Mac
ord Courtenav has achieved an indeht.
iess seareely less titan that of hIs lI-dly
m companion. the Dhuke of Hltilmihon
wAs d-eclared battkrupt, with debts ex.
i voxn'g lady in Richmond conmntrecd
ing ot tie 3(1 of last tmonthl, an-l Ims not
pped yet. 11er father says she can ton" I
c er, but she'll get no fifty ceIts out of
I to but a bustle.
F.tt OF W. G. Ti%not-t, -sq.-This
hiv esteetted citi,:en, of Ciark-ton. died
he residence of his son, Mr. 1'. '. Tret.
tm), Tilrrsdtr ev.'ling, in the sixty
eith car OfIhiage.
. N FRA\eisco, Auguct ]:'.-.Thle ,Japan.
GovernmeCnt anonees a tiew svsteml o0
jottal coin:tge of gold and silver, to cor.
notId wi'i the Amterica system, ie
v, or dollar, being tie unit.
rhe farewell services of the Rlev W.
,maii were celebr,ted ini Creeniil'e ott
adaY. Mr. Thotmas will enter upoi the
ies of his new cha:rge at Norfolk itt
'hie corn-'r stone of the new Meitlodist
areb lit Greei ville n ill he aid ot Tus
Sby the Mason-i. Tie Rev. Witefoord
iit. ). .., A;i ielive an adtesz ot tIe
ary Kelly. removed to IBellevue Uospital
ht sutpptosed eboiera, died this mortning.
~pital phtysicians s:ay ir wats ai ease otf
atic chtoler:n, while the Sanitary Inspector
his phtysicians, who tttended the-woman,
it was cholera motbtus.
o.mIA3 . .JmPA. Jnty 22.-A heavy
hioon tt Koha, ('n the 4tht instant, causecd
loss of 400 lires. Several vessels also
e wrecked, inciding the Pr:d: of Ta .nme
ycaptain,' twos mates und btewatrd were
wt,ed The dlamaIge'to property is es'ti
ed at %00,000. --
Ir. o'hn Cathoun: Clemnon, who wast kil
at Ilttnniett,t otn the II. R. R. R., lt it
r Floridt, two wveekts previ~ out. MeI
the wife oft Gideott Lee. Anti thu< tn
we'ek' the pairents of the deceaise.1 are
childles-with a grie'f so great tha:t a
pathhlitng comtnunity eantot console.
The. liepiea:n party is mtarchinig ito a
iletel defeat. Too mt any iotthers, too
ttv Simtotn Catmerouts, too Inany1 3ltirtonts
Chanude'rs, too niuch stealing atnd land
"bittg hive killed it ;it is dead beforec it
s into battle."
mttpror Napoleon has given a fete at
selttrst, at which telegramts were re
red rom~ the Czar of Russia, King of
~den, Emlipror of Atustria Kintg of
-tgal, Kittg of Hlolland, Prinee of Wales,
'hte Rev. Dr. B3roadtts wtas expected to
chl Gfreenville to-day. The Miountaliteer
rs that his recent Ettropean tour hats
trihutted much towards the imtprovenTtttt
ils hteahhI, tabhotugh not resultng in its
'he Rev. Dr. Firmtan fills thte place of
tor of the G7reentville Baptist Ch;urch,
le vacant by the resignation of thte Rev.
D. ThomaIs. He will not, satys thte
utitee-r, for the prePsent at least, sever
cotnection with the Utniversity.
Ssevere stormn of wind and ratin, re-stil
in uitroofe'd hnoises anzd ittnndated cel
Swas experienced in Charleston htst
Isy tniht. In addhition the tides were
sully hit,h and destructive. Seven
te of taun fell.
udgIe Cut penter. says the t'amden Jour-~
,Ihas gonte to P'enntsyilvatnia to stutmp
tState for the Dlemocrats itn the lall
paign for State officers. The Demtocra
thete htave accepted the "New Depar
t as the ba-is of' their operations.
oNtoN, A ugust 1.-The Persian famine
ore terrib!e thlan has been reported.
tOO personts (lied int Ispahatn. Thte cott
;on of the provitnce of 3Maganaderan is
I worse. The rice crop is a comupiete
tre. The cattle platgue, smtall-pox, ty
IS fver at:d c'hQlera nrevai!,
i daugh.ter of Thtomas Bttrnet Ewittg,
d ten years, living necar Fitloni S:atioti,
the PaLdtuah atnd Granid Gutlf Railroad,
choked, outraged with thte aid of s
fe, and then thrown into a poitd. A
ru cotnf-ssed thoetime. He was abot
lg ly nehed, at last accottnts.
'he Chicago Post, speanking of newspaper
i, says that Connery is nowv edItor of tihe
rad-a brigh t vigilan r, atlert tman of th irty
,, six years ago the Herald's Wa:hington
repodtent. lHe is always on the qul vive,
Iis judicIous as well as enterprisinig. from
llerld stantdpoint. lHe is letan of course
one of the New York journalists are fat.
ed we'd like to see a newspaper man take
fat at the tread mill.
h?:nsL.um:, AuIgust 19.-In the Assem
to-day thte committee on tie armiy bill
de a report recommending its passage.
ill, as returned to the Chamber, makes
lary service conmpulsory, and allows tno
to procure substitutes. It prohibits
ihr fr-om votitng in political elections,
dissolves the National Guards through
rhe Savmnnah antd Charleston papers re
d deeds of sacrilege. In both eities
trees have been entered atnd robbed.
Luke's, Charleston-the late C. P. Gtds-*
s hurch-wais even robbed of the dr.
- hung in the chaneel itn respect to the
eased rector. Well may the papers say
a person so wicked is beyound the pale
Un~orig the many sadi features of the
rible terry boat explosion itn New York,
hat involved in the alntost entire exter
ttion of sever'l families or three or more
sons who were p sengers on the boat
the ime. Itt at least two cases, the list
the dead and injured shows that father,
tter and children were all either killed
:right, or were so wounded of -alded
We are requested to state to the community
at large that the Telegragh Office will be open
every Sunday from 9-to 10 o'clock, A'. M.
Mr. E. Pitt., arrested- e accessory to the
murder of Mr. Foster V ate, after the deed,
has been released on bail.
V-aDALssr.--We learn a piece of crape
was torn from a door in this town ikst week
by a negro worpan.
'the Military-lock, stock an-i barrel--have
removed their quarters to the commodious I
dwelling ald elegant grounds now owned'
ly. M1r. D. 1. Ph irer.
TnE CROPs.-Cotton will be one-third- less
than an avr:me crop. The forward corn
crop i- a good one but the late planting
is next to nothing
A GAME OF BAsE BALL will be played
Thurslay afternoon, on the depot grounds,
betwen the Second Nine and the Newber
DiriNE SERVICE may be expected next
Sunday morning and ilght at St. Lu%e's
Episcopal Church, by the pastoT, Hey. Ed
ward R. Miler.
FoaArTIE'S BOOA UEfosIToRY -We !T
vite special attention to card from the above
Book Emporium. Mr. Fogartie. it will be
seen, fills orders for any books published In
America, and charges only the original cost
of the same.
TitE WEATHFI i. at p,ese-t very pleasant,
the long and unioril Spell of hot, dry and
dusty weather appears to have closed, and
we now have cool mornings and evenings,
much to the saitisfaction vf the stay-at-home
REMoVAL-NxT Doon.--r John Chap
man and Mr. E. S Bailey have removed
their re!peciive stocks to the store next their
late stand. They have a much brighter and
more showy establishment. We wish them
more business, and consequently mere of that
article needed on 'change.
C. R. IOLMES, EsQ.-The card of Mr. C.
R%. lJolmeS, Cotton Factor and Commission
Mercbant, Accommodation Wharf, Charles
ton, S. C., appears in our paper to-day, and
to which we invite attention. Mr. Holmes
is well and favorably known to the merchants
CVNX1A.-Bt-S11 RIVER Cn1cRt.--Th,e
huntdredth anniversary of the Bush River
hptist clirch wus celebrated on the 12th
iiistaitt. The interesti;g services are said
to have been most impressive. The con
gre:-atios were large and quite a nuni
ber of elergymen took part in the inspiring
services of the occasion.
RPEsTORED TO HER CICK.-Lietit. Mil
ler, while returning home some evenings
since, saw a turkey snugly ensconced in the
corner of a fence, and on going to the bird
found it tied; whereupon he took it home
and early next morning diapatched a servant
to the neighbors to learn wlose it was, when
it proved to have been stolen from Mr. Bay re,
and front a brood of young chicks. Who
tief dat turkey?
REtvAL AMONG TI1E COLOnED FoL.K.
Qite at prodigious revival has been going
on among the colored people of the Metho
dit Church, at this place. for several weeks,
under the folldiwing named colored preachers:
Ahrahiam Weston, .Joseph W illiamc, Joseph
Jottes, JIoseph Bostn and Joseph Beden
baugh and others whose names we have not
jearned. Some of these meetings have been
kept up from sun to sun.
Five negroes accused of rstealing wheat
from Capt. Jlohn Williams' plantation on
)ujlick, aind who refusedI to be arrested by
the authorities of thatt locality, were seenred~
and brought to town by the Sheriff last
[lhtrsday night and lodiged in j-iil,
Recsistantce to athity, as the Sumter
Newes tritely s ays, is, on 'he part of maity of
he colored peop!e. "a chronic evil of the
.A StUGGEsTION-It is athOut 103 years
since the A<sociate Refo~rmed churches in
Newerry Di.trict were orgimized, says the
Associte Reformed P'ashyteuian. Might it
not be wor-th while to have, saiy tnext May. a
Centennial celebration of this event. We do
nor know now,. says the Presbyterian, jusat
when the first settlement was made in th at
vicinity by our people, b)ut it is crtain tha'.
it was about 100 years ago. If the pastors in
Newberry will take hold of the matter, it
miciht he made an occasion of great interest.
Will they thitnk of it?
INDEx TO NEWil ADVERtTISEMENTS.-A. J.
MCauhrin & Co-Smith's Paitent Well Fix
ue, ilorse P'owers, Flour, Bagging, Ties,
&c,Dupont's Gunpowder-, Pratt's Astral
Oil, Machine Belting.
Marshall-Fresh Fish and Shrimp.
B. Hlolder-Lime, the great Fertilizer.
$2,000 or $1,500 wanted.
Admtinistr.tor's Notice for Fina1 Discharge
C. R. Holmes-Cotton Factor and Commis
Fogartie's Book Depository.
North F.astern Railroad.
Many a child sincs "I want to be an angel,"
who wouhtl be more satisfacLor ifle wanted
to be a good boy.
A marriage service was recently solemnized
in Cincinnati by the Rev. Mrs. AdIdie L. Bol
Mary CairT says that it' husbands genierallyI
knew what their- wives thoutght of them, suh
cie would be ai more common occurrene.
A lady, named Mrs. Betsy Hudson. living
about six miles North of Warren, Pa., on
the Jamestown and Warren Road, aged six
ty-five years, presented her husband, a few
days ago, with a healthy, bouncing baby.
Two lively girls were driving a buggy on a
plank road, and, otn beingm, a.sked for toll, in
quired: "How much is it?" "For a man
aith a horse," replied the gate-keeper, "the
charge is fifty cents." "W~ell, then, get our
of the way, for we tire two gals atid a taare!
Get tip, Jenny!"' and away tihey went, heav
ing the man in mute astonishment.
The helles at L-mg Branch th is season are
pricialiy married ladies. At other fashi
onable resorts theC same fact is noticed A
connois-cur explains this by saying thatI
young unmarried ladies are so muclh absorb
ei in the science of dress and self-display as
to be utterly insipid.
"IN A NEW LIitT.--Some men show most
wisdom in making blunders. A Western
journalist seems to have been wiser titan lie
knew, when, drawing upon his memory for
poetical quotations about woman, he deliv
ered himself in his newspaper, as follows:
"'Oh, woman, in rhine hours of ease
Uncertain, coy and hard to please,
But seen too oft, familiar with her face,
We first endure, then pity, then embrace.'" "
"hr is doubtful if Scott and Pope, so essen
ially unlike, could, with the greatest care, he
again so happily combined to present an old
subject in a new light."
There is no~true liberty without obedience.
"The first lesson I taught my son," said
the mothber of Washington, "was obedience.
Parents forget an essential point of edai
ca'tion ini forgetting to teach their children to
CoNsCI E$cE.-Preserve your conscience
alwasoft anid sensitive. It but one sin
force its way into that tender part of the
soul, anid 43ve-.easy there, the ro.Ld is paved
IFor the Herald.
Talks to the Little Folks about Insects,
NO. 3.-TIIE FLY.-CoTxuED.
DEAR CHILDREN: Let us continue our
alks about the fly, an interesting fellow in
rpite of his unblushing impudence. We
save already spoken of his eyes and feet, but
re cannot omit the breathing organs and
vings, which equally proclaim
'Wisdom beyond thought and power divine.
In man there is a great central air reser
roir called the lugs, to which the blood is
)rought by means of arteries or blood ves
sels to be oxygenated. In the fly this sys.
em is reversed and the air is conducted by
:ioes or air veins to the blood fountain.
nhe air vessels in the fly answer to the blood
ressels in man. These air tubes in the fly
xre of the most exquisite workmanship, uti
urpassed in animal mechanism, as beaui
ul in their design as in their structure. Let
is examine them a moment. The mouths
>f these air vessels are arranged along the
Oides of the insect's body and have fine net
wo;k coverings like a sieve, which admit the
iir but exclude the moisture and duat, either
)f which would, if adinitzed, imperil the in
sect's life. In a crtRture so siall as the 1ly,
:he orifices cannot be discerned by the naked
!ye. But if you will examine a tomato or
ilk worm, you will see at regular intervals
maill dots arranged aong ir side, like port
bos in a man-of-war ship. And if you will
p.tiently watch thete dots you will see then
>pen and stint at regular intervali. This
movement is caused L7 the respiration or
reathing of the insect, and is similar to the
lepression and swelling cf the breast of man
when be tales the atnos,here into his lungs.
here are many of these dots or air months,
ind through these the air enters as it does
.hrough your nostrils. Then frosm these
large tube trunks otbers make off as branches
rom the trunk of a tree, conducting the air
to every part of the inse., 's body. These
ir tubes, elegantly constrac!cd, and bciati
,il beyond description, are coraposedi of two
lelicate membranes, between the outer and
inner surfaces of whieh is inserted an elastic
piral thread or wire, which passing along
the entire lcngth of the tubes, prevent their
olhipaing, a calgmity as fatal to the insect
is a cord tied tightly around yourneck would
be fatal to you, causing suffocation. The
hoop-skirt between the under garments of a
lady's dress, or the spiral wire of a glass
Atbe, will give you some idea of the elasticity
)f the air tubes in the body of the fly. Thus
the great Creator provides for the comfort,
the safety and the happiness of the smallest
insect. You need not fear, therefore, that lie
will be unmindful of you, who are so much
better than a fly. UNCLE JOIIN.
Newberry C. H1.
NEWBERnY, S C., Augnt 22.-Cotton 15
LTVERPOoL, August 21-Evening.-Cotton
aaer-uplands 8; Orleans 9,.
NEW YoRK. Aug-uit 21-7 1'. V.-Cotion
steady -nd tirm. with light offeriugs; up
and, 18'. Gold 12 a :21.
C11A:LFSTON. Augi-t 21 -Cotton dull
middling 17; receipt, 67 bales; saks 5; tock
AUGCsTA, Augnst 21.-Cotton-middling
16': rLceipts 26 bah-s.
The other day a wouian postiaster
was married-we call her maiden nan-:
Sith, anil her tmairi ied stamise Jos)'. -
Now who wa:s the postmaster safter that
ceremtony ? Lertainsly not Mi-s Smit h,
for there no longer was at Miss Smniths.
And certainsly riot Mrs. Jones, for no
such postmaster was knsown to the De
partmentt. There's the bothier Aid
wonen must give usp matritn"rny or msust
waive some of ber "rights."-Clevelansd
LoUIsYtLLE-, August 20.-Cs'mplete re
turns, except in six Coutnties, give Leslie's
rajority at 36.000, and oilier Democratic
:ndidates at 39,000.
LoNDos. Aaugust 15-Advices from I'sri~
say tho city is excited and the situitions
tsreateninug. Trstblse is ipp'ehiendedl from
vrous so'urces. To-daty is the ti:e of Nit
polon I, anud the air is inll of rumors
that the armyv willI revolt :srsinst thie
Yesa ilk's A ssembly , declasre Mc3.shon R~e
yLnt, au'd demsnd an cempire. Pesople a:e
leaving Paris in ai stasmpsede Some tielieve
rie Orleanists' scee is ripe for a cotup
l'eat, and is becing pushed he the propositim
to ssake l'hiers permanent Executive, wvhich,
it is feared, wioubl es:ablishi a governmnt
ot mnonarchtiss. Thlier< hsn frtiientds. lie
is tinted by the Riepublicatns. Royalists and
[mperialists ahlke. A crisis is approaching.
L.oss ny F's::. -:-The Steam Miilis of
Mr Henry Siller, at M1artin's Despot,
was destroyed lby lire on last Snday
nighit. There was a good deal of grain
retroved, and the entire loss is between
four anud live thoo<and dollars. The fire
was theC work of an incendsia:ry.
[ 'aisrenssville Herald.
gi 3MR. P. P. TOA LE'S NE W
OFFicE Avs Sa: RE Iooxs .-We are happy to in
fors our renders that their old nicquaitasnsce, Mtr.
P. P. Tosae, wh ile continu in;:.ts'. manufactory of
Doors. Saises. Blilnds-, etc , on H oribeck's W htarn
Chrleston. S. C.. lhas opented a hasndsomne i'tfice
and ex tesive sales rooms at No.21 a layne Street,
where they will id it more conventienit to call otn
bun whetn they visit the citr. The Sslet Rooms
xtenid to No 33 P'inckntey htreet, where thers is
aotherentrance. Sendi and get a new aud ex
tended price it of latcst styles, etc. See audver
July 12, 26-tm.
l'Roor PossTsvr..-The immCise sales of . lng
r's Sewinig 31aciies is a proof positive of their
merits. No family kn:owinsg anything about
them are wilting to do without one. Anythming
in the way of sewing. plain or orniamenual, can
be cone on them, atud a ch ildt with but little in
truction cain run thetm withs facility The ma
:uiery is simple iad not hia Ie to brmeaku or get
:nt of order. They have been known to keep in
rood riussinig order f'or tteen years without
:ed of repairs, which cansnot 'oe "said of other
rnchines 3Mcssrs. Chick & Chick are the agsests
it ew berry.- tt.
te DE BI LITY A ND EIA CI
ATI'N h~oth r"sulit front the lack ofI absilisy
o COnvert the food isnto niutrinment. How
cessary, thien, for those snifes ng fr'omt
hee alariig sym ptomtts to imismediately
resort to a remtedy that will strengthen
lte stosmach atnd digestive organss. For, as
'oon as this desirable ohj.-et has been aic
coplished thse health improves, atnd the
paitient resumucs his usual persounal appear
nee. Ulostetter's Stomsachi Bitters have
ittainied a world-wide popularity in such
eases, and have beens provenf the best anud
afetstimeans of remsoving constipatiotn,
toing the stomatich, giving energy to the
liver, ans.' relieving every symoptomu of sner
vousness and depression of spirits. its
csering aind bieneficial effects are highly
poken of by thiosusds, who owe to it
their restoraitiotn to hsealthi. No restorati'.e
in the anssals of meiine has attained the
asne populairity in the shorn space of time
it has beets before the public, or has won
the high esndorsesmentus accorded to this
excelenst tonic. Many other preparations,
psrpoting to be correctives anid restora
tives, have beenCi introduced, and have per.
sihed one by onte, whsile the popislarity of
Ihostetter's Stosmachi Bitters continues to
icrease, and is now recognsized as a stansd
ard household miedicitne. The suceess
which attendn the use Of the Bittesevinces
at omnce its virtues in all ca-es of debility
and disease of the stomach. Certificates,
almost without numbher, have beens pub
lshed, attesting its truly msiraculosus power
in removing those painh;.: and fearful di
seases. And at this time it seems idle to
do more than call attention to the great
remedy of the age, mu order to awaken pub
lie attention to its excellesnce. It is thse
only preparation of the kind that is reliable
in all cases, anid it is therefore wdrtliy of
tc consideration of the artited..
SMIT11I PATE1,,-T V'
-F iii7 -ii
DURABLE AND CONVE
USE. OVER 7,000 SOL)
STATE3). For recommendation
fer to the following gentlemen w
Col. Simeon Fair. Win. F. Nance, E. H. Ch
singer, Dati:el G;o;ganw, J. Betlon Wert-, B. F. C
M,jor 7. W. C.irwil-, Town 0orncil, Ed::- fwc!1
J. (juflin Williams, J. Wash, Watts, Laxure a.
For sale at Manufacturer's p
A. J. McCAU(
Auz. 29 P--tf.
FARQUIAR'S Improved Triple Gearedi
fron Horse Powpr, for Giing Co upr, moI
Threshing Grain, &-., using 4. , 0. ]' a
HoMirses. For it:fotnatio,, apply to pai
A J. M1CCA.GII1N & CO.
A og. 2':, 3-i-if.
Flour, Bagging, Ties,,
204 rpag and Barrels F;our, );d*m to
ll2( n d:. Gunny and Domestic B.ggng.
I oo 13dis. Aro aI' Enricka Tits. .
5 1libd:. C. R Bicn S:des.
G Cases prime Lea' Lard.
1 Tierce Sugar Cured laws.
For s.- Iv ihe
A. J. McCAUGfI_Pi & C. 23(
Aug. 23, :U-tf- Da
For saIe at Factory prices, with expenses
A. J. McCArGH RIN & CO., F
Ag'ts for Dupont's Powder.
Aug. 2%, 34-t f. TH]
Pratt's Astral Oil.
Gornmners of thi. Oil by rturning the Tl
Cascan purchiase alt a reduceid price.t:
A. .1. McCAU(ilN &. C 00
:; piy I. R. B.-;ing for Gin, &c. Fo (I (p
ae tt .\L:uf.cturer's li<r price . e
By A. .J. McCAUGUi1RIN & &'0. L ife
Anhg. 2:;, :;.4-:f .,4
LIME, the Great Fer- 7
at I.0 airr*l, or Q,UKCK 1.1.-ME, by hi
tbc ca load at.4 cens perhub. Te
1U. lioLDER. ra
*C. R. HOLMES, ;
C(OTTON FACTOR The
COMMISSION M E RI CH A N T, S
Ac:com3ODATION WiIAuR-. D)
C II A R LXS T ON. S. C. I
o., . ce'
Administrator's Notice rot
For Final Discharge.
I do hereby give t.o;iee to all wh'omi it
may concern, thait I willI make a fin.dI s'-- 'Tom
lemntt on the et:e of I len ry Dominick, of
decita,.d on Tuesd4v, the 2's b day of Se p an
tembelnr next, in thec Probate Court for New- II ai
berry Coun., and a,pply for a final dis
charge. F. IL. DoMINIGK, Ti.e
A'.r. 23, ;4--t. Albu r.
ALL pe;-s a t: in:;dem:ds ag:in4tth
E"teC of MUFE> ANIIERsON, dere-ed,
arc he'.rby ra iuired to pi.euent themi pro
pery attested to .Msrs. BaxterC & .John
stone, on or before :he first day of Oe:obe
net-iha view of a hin di settlement ct C.
the Estate at thiat time. And all who are ' he
i.dbted to said Estate are reqire'd to
make paymnent at onc.'.
MARTIN J. TOCNG;, I)
E'x'or of Moces Ande'ron. To
Newherry, S. C., 22d Aug., '71-;4-8t. 14
__- _ _ - ~ - Am
FRESH FISH, also
It they can be procured.
Don't forg.et thieWa
FRESH FISH Ma
Next SATURDA Y, 26th. Thle
L. R. MARM'IALL. The
P. S. The" BEST CHEWING TOBACCO F
now aLlR 's. Aug 2,:- t a
WE wa~nt to purch ase IRISH POTA TOES Casi:
and ONIONS, for wh:ich we will pay tihe Com
highest market price. We nave a supply 1
of good cutting C1hEESE to sell at a very B .re
LOVELACE & WhEELER. pe
Aug. '23, 31-2. ders
Best Greenville Meal o
TO SELL at 2.5 per busheL.~
. LOVELAi't & WHEELER. (
bILLaehs FIXT URES
.i .Iair I .. lsn . ..Vy
riVn fr,A .Tibe n te,
ecs feih taded By
HRIN & CO
$2,00 or 1,50
AS TED tfor two or mor yere-n
any upn hich th intret w eS
gC. 2r, gh-t f, 1d. B
ORIATR & COL0AI
KCNTPfrNTNEN' omOFFIE - -a
CUARLESTON. A'igust-4, 1871.
'N and aft Sunday neit. the 6th instant,
Afternoon Express Train will arrive a:
I P. M
own Passenger Train on Cheraw ad
lington Railroad will lea'e Cheraw st I
M., and pass way stations oneo hoarearlier.
m at present. S. S. SOLOMONS,.
ug 23, 34-tf Superintendent.
gartie's Book Depository.
E ORTHOGRAPHIC CROQUET.-Thfs
ow Game possesses ,many advntaer
rer any other Field Game of Croques. Is
Ids alnost infinite variety to the. .gan
it opens to the skill and ingenuityo .f
rivers the whole boundless field of' letter.
6e Old Gamne may he played as well witti
e satte set. Price $9 and........12 00
NEW CATALOGUE-No. 13.
ideer. Dogs, and Snow Shoes, a jour
ii of Siberiain tr:vel anid explora.ions
ade in 't., '60) and '67,-by Richard J.
aslh, wth dllu,trusions ...........3.00
to in Cook. his L'fe Voyages aind Dis
verie, biy Wim. II. G Kingston..2.00
i'n Tihe Open Air, and Otber Papers,
Canoe and Th:e S.rddle, Adventures
1' ng the Northw.-stern Rivers, and
>recsts, aind Isthrmiana, by Theodore
Modern Playmate, Games, Sports
ud Diver-ions for Bovs of all Ages,
mipiled by Rev. J. G. Wood, with six
modred original fillustrations...450
P':lay Bok of Met.als, Including Nar
tive.s of Visits to Coal, Lead, Copper
d Tinr Mines. wi:h a number of In
re%zing Exp.-riment< relating to Al
emyi, aind the Chiemistry of the Fifty
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