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Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1873. No. 13.
EVERY WEfDNESDAY MORINING,
At Newberry 0. H.,
BY THOS, F. GRENEKER,
E.ditO ani Proprictor.
Term, $2.50 per elInnnun,
Illvariably in Advaice.
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t have for whifols it Is paid,
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JIOW A PAIER3 IN MADE.
"'Pray how is a nrowspaper ammle?"
The qiiestion is easy to a!sk,
But to Itiswer it hilly, any dear,
Were r:ther a dillienIt task:
Anid yel, inl a b:mitering wty,
As tihe whipporwill sings inl tie glade,
I'll venture a hit. of a lay,
To tell how. a p.tpel is m.ade.
An editor sits at his desk,
And pomders on things that appear
To be claining the thoughts of the world
Tlingi solemn, and comic and queer
whll lie has hit on a theilo
judges it well to parade.
rites, uid he writes, arid lie writes,
(Ild that'i how a paper it; made.
hditor sits at his desk,
iid ptizzles his briini to inake out
felegraph" so squabbled and nixed
Wa hard to tell what it's uhout;
oru anges are lying arounid,
.11 Witingll dispaitches delayed,
s, and he clips, uid he clips,
hat,'s how a paper Is utade.
ki citla ot inl tile town,
ar-ch of the thiigs that are new
ings that tihe people have done
e things they're intetdiig to do
e0 peepillg aid prying about,
For items of iamy a gramde
lie tramips, and he trdilaps, aid he trampp,
Anid that's how a p.-per is muade.
Anid all that thsese workers prepare,
01' overy conicei vable sti ipe,
Is senlt to il prinlter, an1d lie
Proceedeth to stick it ill type,
His lines, all respecting his will,
In slow m1ovilIg columns1 pIaraIle
Ile sticks, and he sticks, and he sticks,
And that's how a paper i: made.
Iln short, when the type is all set,
And errors cleaned tp, more or less,
'Tis "locked in a form," as we say,
And hurried away to the pres;:
The pressmait arraiges his Rheet,
IIi ink gives the requisite siade,
Then lie priits, and lie pritts, aid he printz,
Anmi that's how a .per is made.
nY~ AMY RIANnoQLPif.
"Five dlollars! Oh Bridget, 1
wish I knew of' any way by which
I could earn five dollar's.'
Otur scon1o was not silk-lined
boudoir, no picturesque wooden
ravine iinged with forns.and mu
sical withI the rippJle of moss)5
brown w~aters, but only an u nder
ground eity kitchen, wit ht a gloomy
rango of wash tubs on one side, and
a scantily fulrnishod( dresser on
thle other. And Minnie Akerly, a
bJeauitiful young girl of' seventeen,
sat perced on the nfafoesaid tubs,
swinging ber p)retty little foot to
and fro, while at st.out Ir'ish wo.
moan, with a basket on her arm,
''You, Mliss, (dear'!" echood Brid
get Maloney. "Butt sure, that's a
different thaing altogether."
"We,T need money so badly," saidl
Mintnio soberly. "And now that
papa is ill, and has lost his ofice,
we have so little. And Sarah ad
vertisted for a place as a nutrsery
governeOss, but no one aniswered
t hie advertisemnt. I could( teaich,
I think, btt every place is filled,
and Mr. Rutssell says there are ten
aplicants to at least, every va
"The pity of it," sighed the
sympathizing Bridget, "when the
ikos of' me gets more work thtan
ahtan do. For the: is a jinitle
man sent a dozojn shirts last night
v to be (lone up, and it's miesilf wiU
have osn them bc.
"I[ow much (10 you have a
"A shiiling Mass."
med itati vely, "Bridget, wotuld you
let me don them ?"'
''You, Miss Minnie I"
".l)o," coaxcd the girl. "I know
I couldt. I (lid papa's last week,
and ho never knew t hey w~ere not
ironed by a regular laundress. i
shtould so likIe to ear n a little mon.
cy all of' my own. I couldI buy
mnammua somO win), and Satrah ,a
new winter (tress, and-Oh,'' with
a low sigh, "I could do so many
nice things, if eonly I had a llttlt
"Well, I declare," saidl honesi
Bridget., rubbing her nos8o. "And]
you, Judge Akeorly's daughter!"
"WVon't you let me, Bridget?"
Minnie had jumped off the wash
tub)s and conmo close to the goodl
natured Irish wvoman with spark
ling eyes and cheeks deep dyot
with the dieep earnestness of heta
pleading. "Pes.I could comt
to your' house this afternoon an
papa would thtink I was walking
in the par'k."'
"Sure, you'd be kindly welcome,
alIss," accoeded Bridget.. "Only-'
A wav' r'an Mbin:ie in greoat glee
t.o makeo all ncessarty p>r'>aIratioII
for the a'lfternon's wvork..
"I WQOt tell 8arab,"sheo t,booght
"no mammb0s, b hecause ty'd be
sturo to ery aInd make a fuss over
it. I'll just steal quietly aw:ay,
:f*ter I've mu1ado the omelette fo
papa's 11uch. 0113 if Mr. Russell I
should call-'and the lovely face
fell for a second-But perltlpS he
won'L. Any way, this is onle of
theopportunllities to lielp iysel
tha1 have 8igheod lfr so long, and
it will only be throwing luck away
to noglet, it."
And so Minnic . Akerly stol
away it two o'clock, mniueh to the
displeasuro of her older sister
"I think she might have stayed
and road to papa," said sie, iin
stead of leaving it always to me."
'"My dear," said conciliat.ory
Mrs. Akerly, "you must remleilber
that sho is very young, and needs
more relaxation than wo do."
"Relaxation!" if they could
Only have seen Minnio :at that
moment, with flushed cheeks and
sleeves rolled up to the fair round
shoulders, workingi as if her lO
depen.ded on it, they ilight have
taken a difyerent. view of, tle miat
ters and things in general.
And tile next day shle again went
to iron the shirts sle had vashe'd
"'Sure, Miss, you're making them
look like wilito satil," cried tihe
admiring lridgut. "And it.'s your
self' would make a decent livin'
entirely as a launtdross, to yo
would ! Only it makes; my heart,
ache to see the little whito hands
of yours all blistered and burned
With the itron1s, and parboileod wiLI
"My handsl" said Minnio, con.
temptuously, "a little glycerine
aind a wock of kid gloving, and
they'll be all right again."
"Married ?" said Eugene Russell,
meditatively. -And wliy shouldn't
I -,et married, Ielena? Is n1ot1 a
man till the havpier For. uniting
his fortu1ne 10With some truly Col
gellial Soul ?"
"Young ladies now-a-days are
all so trashy and trivild," said Mr.
Russell's mattre, SL-ong-mindtdL
sister, sowing diligently away on
red flannel shirts for the poor.
"Most young ladies, I grant
you,"'observed Eugenl%, "but not
''Anid you are the very one to
he imposed upon and blinded,"
said Miss Helena Russell, who had
never yet left off rogarding her
brothor as a very small boy, who
required admonishing and looking
after in every respect.
"Now you are judging unfairly,
Ho0lonaa. You have never seen
"I have heard of her though,"
stid Helona Russell, dryly. "She
waltzes and sings, atnd plays
"Is any of tile three a capital
crime, Holona?" lauglingly do
"Nonsense-you know that isn't
what I mean. But it would be a
great dleal m)oreO to the point if'
she could sew ont buttons andi( iron
"Perhaps she can," stuggested
"Is it likely ?" contemptuously
retotrted Miss Helena.
"Suppose wve declare a truce
uponl tile sublject.," satid her liro
thier. "It is quite plain we never
shall agree on it ; and in thle mean
time, whllat do you say to goinIg
ar-ound with me to see Mr's.
"Mr's. Maloney I Oh the laun-.
drtess. Yes, I suppiose we otught,
to see her about the summer's
washing. But is it necessary for
me to go myself?"
"It would be better I suppose5."
And rather gr'tudgingly, Miss
Russell wontt to ptut on 1her walk
"A sad dlisagr'eealo part1t of the
city to come to," she said elevating.
at tile samne imoe her skirts and
p)atricianl nose, as they wended
their way to tihe region of tetno
ment houses, groleiries andl smarll
thread and nieei stores that
stretched westwvard, not far- from
the palatial mansion of Fifth
"Yet people live hero Hlona."
"Yes, and I stuppose they like it.
WVhy dono't they go West? I'd
send thomt thoroe if I was govern
mont, whether they wouald go or
"Thon 't,is for'tunato that you are
not gover'nment.," dryly observed
",~Tis is the nutmber, I b)elievo.
Hallool my little man," to a dirty.
faceod urchin p)addling in the gut
ter-, "(100s Mt's. Briadget Maloney
Matster Maloney piriced upl his
"It's my mother," he said, "an
its in tIle basement you'll find
And with a twvist of his b"rist,lv
head in the direction indicated, h'e
(lived one more into the g.uttor,
Mr. Russell, with Miss Heldena
austerely by, tapped once at the
door', twice, thr'oo times, bofore
Mr's. Maloney's dlue contrato volco
"Comiold, jvhoove~ you be,ei
rian't strd t.hern knnbbkin'. f.h
door downl- Och, an' I your par
don. I didn't know that it was
But Rgene 1lussell stood still
in) thle do-Ar, his eye-s glued to the
sceolo that IletI his gaze-Miilnie
Akevrly, in >ulf calico dretis and
wihito aprol, ironing diligently
away, with a pile of' snowy shirts
n r left 1 hand, and a balket of
sprinkled linen on her right.. And
INnihor1self, colored like i "red
'ose" for a minlite.
" hy tam I lishamed? she
solutely asked herself. "A in I
doing somlthing wrong? I won't,
be such a -ol !"
So with this doughty resolution
in her mind, she gilanced calm1y
up, tihe pinlk shIdows still g!owing
oil hler cheeks.
1"Good afternocon, Mr. R.48sel1,
she said calmyy.
And Eugene stammeringly in
troduced her to his sisterp who
had stood judiciously eyeing the
"It's the gentleianl a W:itin' of
his shirts, int' Su110 they're not
dlonlo yet," Cried blundering Brid
"11ti they will be soon," Said
Minnie; "I'm on the Is one now
if' Mr.. Plussell will sit down and
Wlit a feCW iniMutes."
"You Miss Akerly, ironing my
"E'vein so,"' Minnile answered.
"The truth is, M'. Russell, WO ale
poor; and although ironing shirts
is not so genteel an occupat,ion as
giving music leseons or making
wax flowers, I am glad to earn a
little money in any way. I be
heve those shirts will give Ratis
fiactionl," and she s3milingly glanced
on the completed pile.
Nliss Helena catme forward With
her gray eyes fairly luiilotinos with
I.My dear," said sho, "I couldn't
have do.ne them better myself, tid
that's saying a good deal."
And shel nodded, in an approv
im,g way, at her brother.
Minnie Akerly went home with
the dollar and a half in her pocket,
the most triimpLmhInt, little cap
italist. you Over beleld.
"11 don't think M1r. Rssull was
very niich shocked," she said to
herself, "For he said he would keep
1myN secret from papa, and proils
ed to call this evening."
And three months afterward,
when 1Eigene Pussell was married
to Miinio Akerly, he wore on1e of
the Very shirts that had ben
washed and ironed by the bride's
"I could not be half so proud of'
it," he said, "if it were fitshioned
out of cloth of gold."
NEw SALAuL.s.-The fFollowing
table shows the new salaries pro
vided by th0 bill. The increased
salaries of' the Speaker of' the
House and of all ot her officials took
effect on the 14th instant.
Tie President.............. 50,000
UhiefI Justice of the Un,ited St.uaca
Supremeo Court.......... ......10,500
Juticesc of' the United States Su
Cab1~inet Offeer.. ......... ... ......10,000)
Assistant, Seeretaries of the Trean
ury, State and InLtrior Depart.
Supenrv'isinmg Ar'chitects of the0 Tireas
E'xaitminmer of Ciims in StateC De
par'l1 tmet.......................4 4,000
Solicitor' of the Treasury... ..........14,0
Comminssioner of Agriculhure.. ...... 4,000
Comiss,ioner Guistooms. .... .... .....4,(000
Auditor of the 'Treasury... .. . .......4,000
Coanunissioner of Land Olice. .. .. ...4,000
Assistant l'ostItIaser-Geeal... .. .4,000
Superintendeni Money Order Sya
Superinitendent Foreign Miails. .1 ,000
Speaker of the House of Represien
ttives,..................... .. 10,000
Senator,, Re3presenatatives and D)ele
T1he salieis of' all clerks, door
keeper's, messengers, and1( other
emplloyees of' the IIouse wore in
(ireasedl from 15 to 25 per cent..
rThe Appeal tells of ai Mempljhis
lady whio wroto to a New York
matr'imonial agent for a hushand.
The agent tranisferried the letter
to a crusty old baceleor, who in
replying to it, accidentally sub
stittuted for' his own phlotograLph
that of a pet orang-ou tang. Th'e
lady aniswer'ed, "Thecre is certalir
lnot much personal beauty about
you, but you appear' to have an
honest, manly face. I aceplt."
The enterprising individual ,vho
earned a few dollars by charging
sight-seers for admissions to the
house where his father had been
murdered lhas a rival in the Lion
don proprietor of a music hall who
hir'ed for exhibition ton of the
sur'vivors8 of' the Northfleet disas
T1he car-hook murderer Foster's
family, left by steamer for Eu
rope. IIis children, at is owna re
qfuest, have not been allowed to see him
since hiis icareerLationi. Foster's
counsel are making a filual effort to dc
lay the execution, upon the ground
that a reprieve requires a re-sentence.
A sick man, who started from
Midhigiri for Mininesotst, redentlV, took
a coffln with him. He died on the
way, waai put isto b1e.of64 pud ship.
pnd hank 'to bln kama in Mfinhban.
istelbme~u~ ous. -
A It E. A1 VA11 PIIt E.
CAPTURIF OF A STRANGF nEAST IN
THEl MIDDLE PACIFI.'.
While the sltea-I ship Nevada
was about, eighty milos oil one of'
the minol isles of Micronlasial, onl
its way p1 f rom1 AIst.Ialia to this
p IrtL, at aioit o'clock in the
mi011oin', a st ranlgo animal of a
dark figure was observed to light
oil the highest peak of' he forward
mast. Attracted by it.- )eCIli'
appearnantce, t 11 oflicer of tihe deck,
NIr. Burns, tihe second mate, offer
ed One Of the sailors i tismiall boitis
to scenre it. 'The man clambered
p1) tile mllast with Ia leavy cloth
in his hand, and after a slight,
strugle, ill which ho was severely
bitt,el on the hal, it wassecured.
Bringing it to the deck, on ex
Imillilat.ion the boast prove'l to bo
a file specim lenl ofr a species of' the
vampir t ribe. Thiis aiilial close
ly reseIbles t he(, terI O-d acty' of the I
tI tedelutviai n ages. II appearance
it is like a Iiuge batl, on husty Cx
aminiation. It is ill the 11011d of*
tle ainima11, however, that the
mainl distinction is founld. Thal.
of' tile prosent one is a perfect
counterpart, of til black-and-tan
terrier do". Its teeth are over
halfun inch il lengtih, aIid aCre
called in CollStant111 reu(Iisitionl to
discountenance all att.omp(s at
familiarity. W hnt flying, the wilngs
of thit ill-omened beast stretch,
from tipl to tip, it least five times
the dialleter of' its body. It is of'
a deep jot black color, the body
being covered with a heavy fur.
It is very bsavge, being con.
stat.1ly3 o1 tile alert to attack any
persol approaclhing it. Wlether
this tlillil ils a full aid perfoot,
vamip;.1-0i. whoac feats of I1ulling
man to sleep with the Waving
fall -motions of its winlg. while
suckinlg inl the victim's v-3y heart
blood, is yet a question, For its yet
it, has not beel examilned by any
SCiC!ntlie 1111. Its lI)1ppertIlCo is,
however, otnough to suggest the
triuth Of* Suich at horrible 13urmtiise.
110 it aW4 it may1th little M.icr-o
ian I s land ias alway.; b1or110 a
Weird and fr-ightfiul repnitat.ioln
alliong tile native iillabiulits o!
the adjoining ones. Strange sto
ries of*v.annliiballisml, tales of' sav
age idolatrous pra1CLiecs, poison
Valleys, &C., are constalitly Conl
nlected inl their mninds wi11h its
11ille, and ill tile sma1.ll mtLtel' of
beinig possessed of' blood-imibing
vamillpires ill addition to all tile
other hor'rors, fe%w of them would
thilnk tilh tter extraordinary 1
tile least doubtful.--San Francisco
It is reported that Judge T. If.
Cooke, of' the Eighth J udieial Circuit,
is closing up all the bir rooms ill An.
derson, Oconee and Greenville Coun
ties, which do not confori to what, is
kinown as8 tile Tupper ltaw. 'Thisi is a law
whlich hats reminehILd on thle statute boo0ks
of' tile Sta te for maltny years,but has been
prlactically a1 dead1( letter, for' it wats
nIeer excuted. It prIovides that 110
one shall keep a bar except lhe has1 a
certainl inmber of' beds and acOcommlfO
dations for hior4ses-inl shlort. ule0ss he
keeps an) inn. J uge Cooke, it is
said(. ignores licenlses issued by towni
or city corporat ions. and( holds1 echI'l
v'ende1r to account under tihe Tupper0l
Thell Charlotte DL'cmocrat says:
One hlouse in this city shlipp1ed four'
ihndreCd bags oIf guno upl thle Air
Line Road on Wednesday mnorning
last. On thle sam1e1 r'oad were' shipped1
to thlis place0 last week severa'il hiundred(
bags of cotton. All of which former'ly
went tol the Columbia or some1 other'
South Carolin11a market. Besides thle
$500,000 inl moneyC spent iln this com1
munlIity inl building tile Air.Linle Rload,
ai vati trade has1 been01 openied upl with
a re'gionl heretofore unknown to Char-.
lotte. amlounIting to hunldreds of thlou
sanlds of (dollars a year.
A Vallo (Cal.) young laldy, about
to go off in the cars, stepped into thle
darilk sitting-rooma of the depolt to kiss
heri friend Sarah good-by. Owing to
the darkness Bile dlidn't hlit Sarah, but
enromied on a Chiinamnan, andi didn't
find out tile miistake unt ii John begani
yelling; "Whlatee for you so chiokes
me!0 H-i yah! No sqeeze0 so mulch
ee!" One y'ell, a flopping of feiminine
garmtlent, a slammetld (door, and( that
girl was gone.
One day last week a lot of mlischiiev
OiuS uhllinis caught a Skunk anId put
it in tile desk of' a Daviecs count)
schoolmna'ama, thinlking to get a hloli
day. Th'ie irate spinster stuck a
clothies-pinl on 1her no0se and( went on~
with 11er regular businless, and let the
naughlty boys anld girls have a full
breeze of the "odor."
A Cedar Falls man81 stole a widow's
calf. She sued him anld recovered the(
calf and $30. So much for trifling
with a woman's calves.
The revival in the Methodist Churce1
in Chester continues with unabated
influence under tihe miinistrations'e9
Rev. J. W. Unmhart~ P'aotr.
Il,US I IINC1.
C LI PI E K
DIARwIN' TIlIOa1Y 01" TF,I.1,iA.E
Ibarwin, in his work on the i1Ex
ples.oion 0f EIl0otions inl Mat I anld
tie Jower Aninals," sys:
Men and woiell. especially the
yoII I have Illway.k3:s valued, inl a
high degree, their personal appear
ance, iri I have likowie re"*ar1ded
the a1I)ppearaIe of others. ''he
fihe hats been tho chief ohjct of
al tenltion, thlough, when 1 manl
abor.igin mally went A iked, tihe whole
SilrIle" of 'his body vwould have
been at tended to. Our self att.en
tionl is excited alm1ost. exclusively
b' the Opinion of otier-4, for no
perSOn IiVilgf in absoluto 0 olitudo
Would not care about his appear.
ance. Ivery 0110 feel hi 111llore
acutely than praino. Now, who)
ever we know, or suppose, that
Others 111-0 depreciating Our per
sonal appearanco, our attention is
strongly drawn towar(ds ouirsclves,
m1o0e especially t our faces. The
probablo effect of thii will be, as
has just. beci explained, to excite
into activity that part of the sen
soriumtll WhiCkh receives 010 sensory
y'erves of' thle fim-0 ; and this will
react t.hrough the vasoilotor sys
tem1 of' the Facial capillaries. By
friequeit ieit.erItatiol during 111M
berless generations, the process
will become so habitial, inl associa
tion with tie belief that others are
thiiking of is,, that even a suspi
cionl of their apireciation Suffices
to Ieax the capillarics, without
anly Conscious thouight about our
faces. vith s0ime sen1itiva per
80118 it is enough to not.iec their
dfress to 'roduce tie 31t11me Offct..
Through li te force, also, of associa
tion aid inheritance our capillaries
are relaxod whollover we know or
imagine that any ono is blaming,
h- boughl ini silence, 0111 actions,
tlou oilt Or character; and, againl,
when we are highly praised.
Oin this hypothesis we ean
iliderstalld how it is that thte Face
blushor, much more than ll)ny other
part of the body, though tle wholo
surface is soinewhat affeeLed, mo:e
especially with the races which
still go iearly naked. It is 110t at
all sur-prism'g tha tle dar11'k color
ed races shouiid blush, thoulgli no
chinlge of' voloi is Visible ill their
ils. I'rom tle principle of
ine Ih Citaic (eC it. iS 1nOt 811rprisinig
that Persons bor'.. blind should
blush. We can understand vliy
tle youn'g are mu11ch more a
f*Cted Alkl tile Old, anld wVOICn
more than men ; 1aid why the
OIp)oSite SOX0s CsJecially eXCit0
each other's blulishes. It becomes
obvious why personal remarks
shold 1 h I paLtiCuli1a'ly Able to
cause blutshing, and wh3 dhe most
power'fill of* all tihe causes is shy
ness; tol sh)yness irelates to the
presen co aid opiiion of'others, and
the shy are a11l aIys more or' hess
self-cotiscious. With respect to
real shalle and from moral delil
queieCis, we' Call perlceiveu wlhy3 it,
is not gu ilt, but, tihe th~ouIghlt thiat
rises80 a blush. A manl reflectinig
On a. cimefl commiitted iln solituIde,
amnd stung by his con1scienic, (1oes
not bhI 11 ; yet lie wvill blush under01
the vi'vid recollectioni of deteCOted
faulIt, 01' of 0one commliitted in the
proesonce of other's, the dhegr'oes of
-blush ing being being closely relat
ed to tihe feeling of' regarld for' those
wholI h1ave detected, witnessed, 01'
suspected hlis f'ault. Breaches of
conivenitionail r'ules of' conIduct, if
they arie rigidly inlsisted 0on by 011r
equlais 01' superC1iors, ofLtn cause
mfore0 intens1e blushes even than a
deCtectedh Cr'ime0; and11 an act wvhiich
is r'ealily cr'imlinail, if nlot blamed by
our1 equals, hardly raises a tingo of
color' on1 0our ch101s. Modesty
from hIumnility, or' from anu inideli
ecyI), oxcites a vivid blush, as both
reClato to the juldgmen01t or fixed
customs of' other1s.
From the initimlato sympathy
which exists between tIhe cap)illar)y
circulations~ of the sur'faco of' the
head and of the brain, wvhenever'
there is intenso blushing, t,bi'c
will he some, and often great, con
fusion of mind. This is frequent.
ly? accompanied by awk ward movo
mont, and somletimes by the iln
voluntary' twi tchin g of certain
As blushing, accor'dingj to thil
hypothesis, is an ind(ir'ect result of
attention, or'iginally directed te
our personal appearance, that is,
to the sur'face of tiho body, andt
imor' especially the face, we can
undlerstand thIe mieanling of tilc
gestur-es which a1ccompahnyi3 blush.
ing throughout the worlId. Thelst
conisist in hiding their faicos, or
tur'ning it towarid the ground, or
to one side. T1he oycs are generial.
ly averted, or are restless, for tc
look at the man wvho cauises u1s tc
fool shame or shyness, immedhiatel3
brings home In an in tolerable man,
nor the conlsciouIsnoss that hit
gaze is directedl on us. Thirough
the principal of' associated habit
the' same movement of' the fac(
and eyes are practiced, and can
indeed, hardly be avoideod when
I ever we know' or believe tha
others are blaming, or too strong
1y nraining our mneral anndnnt
From the Caroliian.
OFFIE, 'A. & c. it. it. ('On
'oLUMIA, . )., March 13, '73.
Jfitors Carolinian :
Guentlemen : I notice you staLt
in your papor of' to-day that "sc
riois complatilts tro 111do to you
by merchants on tli fino of the
G'eenvillo Railroad of the intoler
ablo detontion of, fieiglits." W hilo
1 do not porceivo how making
Com11plaints to you can bonefit.
tiein in gettig tieil f'reighlts for.
ward, yet, 1 doom it. proper., in jus
tice to this road and its oflicor, to
say that there has been consider.
able dotention onf reigh s at. (!oluill
bial destiled for points lon h.110 linio
of' this road, it hals been unavoid
ablo, andir arisor Ir e gin t roat,
increaso in 10 freight, busiioss of'
the road, uiexpected and un11exam
pled inl its hist-ory, and totally bo
yond the capacity of, its motivo
p4)Ve' an(d Iollinlg SLOCkS. On)
inquiry of the officers, of-this com
pany, who will at ill tilmes-4 cheer.
flly fuirtil inforllationl, those
making theso Complaints 'would
have been convincod t lint inl many
inlstanMcs th MoSt HCiOUS deLon
tion hiam been beforu tho freights
IVe reIRebCd this road and firom
the saie causes as operate on this
road. a similar state of affairs be
igif general throuighout the counl
try during the past winter, viz:
anl1 injCrea!jjSo of' fr-eigits above the
eapaeit.y of' the railroad ilies to
mlovo prompIlltlY. ()nly3 YesAterday111 a1
gentleman exhibitedli at om ollice
hills of* lading for'1 some fivc car
loads of' freight, dated lato in
January, and early in Pebruary,
two of, which ha1d just arrived, aud
wore sient Forward promptly for
him this morning. This company
1111 hald its OWn11 Su)plies of oil,&C.,
six weeks onl th) way from Cin
ciitlnati after date of* bills of ladiig.
Trailns on this road have been
kcept, mo10ving day13 and nlight, doul
ble crews For the ongilos 111d trinills
employed so ais to kCep theim mov
ing all tho time, and Over exertion
used oil the part of the oficers to
ex pedlite tr'anspIortaLtioni. Thie fact
of, what has been, anld is doing onl
this ro:d inl this Ies)ect, can
be ascertlainieid by %tho partics
intcrested by a visit 'to the trans
portltiol oilces of this compl
13' at Columbia at. any tilmo
between 6 o'clock, it. m., and 12
o'cl,ck midniha, tI o-day receiv
ed a letter from nil officer of tho
connecting road, whoso headquart.
ers are somo 400 miles from Colum.
hill, inl which hi informd io thta
ho hiimself', and his mon ial the
freight department., had only3 had
six hours sle01) the pr'OViOtS week.
The Greenville and Columbia
Hoad has 11111do application in till
qi:'ters w11her0 it, was thought it
m1iglit )o likely we could buy or
rent additionil enginos, and have
ILted soveral. At tie klamllo tilime
wo have had applicatiolns of' tho
same1( chlaaLctr fr'omi ot.hL'erods
.si milar'ly situiated with ourselves.
WeiV haive also einevor'ed to pro0
curie addiLional n20ew locomfoLtives
from allI the dIiffer'ent builders ini
the counitry, and1( t.ho ear'lie.st (date
at which any' deliveries could be
securied is ini th mi tonthl of Septem
ber' next. We Lhinik that, this
pIn sateent of' facts should
.sat.isfy3 all COnCCrned( that wile it
is to be regr'et.ted thati delays as8 to
Lhe tr'ansportLationi of freightI have
occurrt'ied, it has1 boon utnavoidlablo
and1( not, the result of' wa'int o
energy and1( inidustr'y on the pat
of te officer's of' t.he various r'ail.
r'oadsI, and1( at least not of' this one0
Ther is~ n 1 o merchant11 on te line
of the Grooenillo Railroad whr
hasi. b)0eeongagedl inl busins up8 i o1
it tor' any3C considerIalI length Ii
time whFIo is not c'ognizant of' the
gI'rat and( I unexpcCtod incriease o0
thI b)usin)oEs ovetr it, and1( if h<2
has giveon hiimself' the tr'oublo tr
look intLo it, of' tho trthI of' al
hctreinI staited as5 regard'(s Lhis rSoad.
Yours v'ery3 respcetfully,
I THLOS. D1OD.A Mu D~I,
Gonor al Super'intenldent.
TirE ME)ICAI, TiTLE IN ENrILAND.,
-TJhe physicianis of E4.nglnd arte al
ways knownl by thte simtple title of
"'Mr."' anId al1l efforts to r'evolutioiz<~
public sentimiient so as to athloriz<(
the assuimption of the title of "Doctor'
have, to use a mnedical term, pr'oves
aibortive. Th'lo Royal CJollege oflPhysi
ciatns of London01 has anniounIced th
it does not recognize ntor sanction th<
arsumlrptionI of tihe tile of "D)octor" b'
its licentiates. It appecars, also, tha
neither lhas a licentiate of tihe Roya
College of Physicians of Edirburg, o
of the King anid Queen's College, Ire
land, any right, as such, to style himt
self "Doctor." The British Medical
Journal, wich commiiunticates tii
informattion, adds that an untiversita
dlegree alone givos this distinguishe<
title to graduates in medicine. AN
American physician of good standin,
lately attemip ted to p ass as "Doctor'
in London, but he felt the stern gras
of the law, and now practices as "Mr.2
The President has pardoned Sher
rod Childers and WIlimj n zori
Awo 8oanch eolina K(u.R uz.
TiiE (uEt I4 F '',F , PEI E,aI). I
I[O W sip: .wlrs IN I I HOasE ('.%Ius
Sho mtands upoln thie curb witi
a1 little sprIII!, up an -d w mo)
ioi, as if Sie 111d1 spiral springs 1
in t he sole of ler gaiters. As the I
CaI, approac. hes she sticks t he
pointI, of, ii. C colored parasol in 11 he
direct ion of I he dri rl. with a i
Sm1all j-rk. The varl Mops. She I
gives Vine Or two muo littlo I
springy im otions belfore she leave" .
tibe pavelielit., and thei <lances to I
t le Car. 4
A.s slit aseends tho step, tie
Coidtn;tor SCO 1m1H to0 COn11sideC r it I
ab'solitely iecessarl"y to her. safety <
to place one of' his hi11s ol the
siIll of lei ac hli le he rinlgs
the bell with the other. 'hilo eil.
tels the Cal' wilh 0.ho spiral Srinigs
still bobbi(g her ullp and down ;
and, it till tho seats ire full, sie L
stands holding her hands in front
of her and gazing off into limitloss
Space, as if the ono idea which I
nieveronit.orm her mlindil, and Wic ie
10VOI, Cuild enteir it unllder an <113
possibl circumstanies, is that <
Some yoniig 1111111 will riso and oWer I'
her his seat. lhit Ia young man
ill I ite corner. (oes riso andot iiie-di.
ately the Ilow next to himl) move
quickly into the vorier, as if* the
performualwo of that, Ilanleivro had
forelod lie Sub ject, of' his anixiouls
t bought, during Imny years of his
To get a Corner seat would socm
to be' the chief olld of Ialn.
Wheln the younlg 111al rises, the
young lady silddenlytjI3 bocomiles
colseios that ther is something 1!
nearer to her thaln tle horlizonl ,
:111d slo gives two or three mIloro
lit ile bouniees, and says:
"Keep your Seat I" Tho young
Ial is 01 Imba rr1assed, and says he is
going to gut. out Soon, wheroe1pon
the fhiri beiig danice's toward tlt)
seat,sinks into it, and pretends that
the fIct of thO exis.oIIC of' any
younlg lmlr Who onlice occu pied that,
seat,and% who is going togotot,bas
entirely flided out of' hor conscious
11Ss. She1 smlloothes, down 1or1
dressi Ianld its sI ppleml etl (al fri b
bery, flounueR and peiants, and
again looks far beyond tho Con
fines of' the Car into em11lptiiess.
She knows s12 is expected by
1 OtLIr Wo1n101 inl thi Cal' to re
Imlainl unconscious of their prosenco
whilo tihey study her clothes.
They immediately begin. They
stare It, her dress, her sack, her
hat, her back hair, her jewelry,
hur goves, her bows and ribbons,
her IiscollallcOis Ilillillery, tiitil
thooeitire cost.u1110 is phoLgraphied
in their momories, and tile price
estimated, and a critical opimlio
form11ed, with I resolution to have
a bonnet of the Samo21 kind, or i
"body" cut upon the s11m0 pattrn.
When the younlgl lady thinks
that this examiautioll IS Conelulded
sh becomes conisciois agailn, and
begins to look around and so how
the other woiell are dressed She
examin1e8 each 0on0 ini detail, and1(
iln a ro moment22 s she is in the
p)ossession of all1 t.ho necessary in
Presently a young 211an with
wh lom 81ho is aic.quiainted0( gets inito
thie caLr, anid ho stands(1 cluitching
the str'ap and1( trin31Ig inl vatin to
keep in 21 graceful actitudo while
lhe conver'ses wit.h her'. All the
women1C1 begin Ito wonde(r whlethecr
she caros0 pariticularly for2 him 1
and1(, as 81h0 knowsV the ir' thloughItsl,
she is SC) distanIt thaLt the youn g
2)an1 b0comes more Om harr'assod
than ever, and mrak es ronowed
stru'iggles to minif tain a)1 grace0fuil
p)ositioni. WhenI sho wishes to
get out sIho rises, smioothies down
bohr frzibbery algin, inIdlgesl in
* ,wo or threo sprngs1~, anvd dances00
along the platformn. TJhio cond(ue
tor' again consi15ders it im(1 po0ratively
necessary to prIess the smll of'her
hack. She~ (dances0 dow n tile stops,
dances to the pavement, and1( then
dances along tile street, fully
aware of' t.he facet thaut, the women
in tihe 0car havwo all t urnlled r'ound1(
to lookc at hier, and)1 soronely confi
(10nt in the assuranceI10 thait she
hals on good clothles, wvhichel fit her
splendily. As sIl h isappears the
conlductor' tuirns to the muan who
is aminiug aL sogarl on thio p.lt
form, and remarks that she is o
A remarkable series of accidents is
related to have occurred one niight
last~ week, at Eli'zalbethi, New .Jersey.
A Mr. Wells lhad retired for' the nlight,
when, shortly afterwards Mrs. Wells
ScomiplaIined of a feeling of numbn1)2ess
in~ her limbs and2( requlested her hus
band to helip her across8 the floor.
-About half way~ across the room lie
expressed seime fears when she told
toldI himi not to be afraid, anid immi)edij
Sately dropped dead at his feet. lHe
gave an~ ahiirmn, and a neighbor, an old
1lad,y, in crossing the street to his
Sassistance, fell, breaking her left arm
Sin two places and her collar bone.
Her son a1 young man, heard her
secamn, and rushing, out of 'theo hQoe
to her aid, fell against the baXJ~ open
dloor, breaking his nose and iebouind
iing senseoless to the floor. . Dr. Ken
-dall,, hastenltg t%bgJ hOlp of th@
'suff'ereis, . aldo' Brd11o
ribs, and ha'o "ahnIM.
Advertisemrents illerted at the rate of $1.00
per square-one inch-ror first insuertion, and
71e. ror each 8usmlit insertion . Doublo
column advertisements ten per cent on above.
Notices of' Imeetings, obitutries and(] tribiues
or ie-spect, sine rates per square as oi dinai y
ad verlisernen ts.
Special notices in local column 20 cents
A<dvertisements not imarked with the num.
ler of insertions will be kept in till forbid
Ind charged accordiligly.
8pecial contracts made wilt largo adver
isers, wit Ih liberal dednetions oil abovo rates
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
sOW WaSTRVNG, :1111.:N FEEL.
starwing rvasmn uiu
)sych0logicl fteLs. As a Iulo it
levelopeld inl i) II11atuIIIl degrec,
he( strong-est quillities that a man
>088Se,WSl but eirCulistauces modi
iOS this mllituch. Amlion till(si.i
>0ined Imlasses ferocity aind do
noiI-alizttionl are certain results;
mit whenl i!-4 appronehles a,re grad
m :n1d dir-ected bLy the strong
Mild (ff uIlt hor-ity, its effects ar-o
lill*01r1,nt. On1o phen omelnonl inl
ho expedlition of Staiin at an
A,y dIy, i Darien, especially is
was not confinled to ole, but
vasexlibited aby al the oflil's.not
Xepltilg evenl straii it last, de.
vs espiec ia Il otiwo. From thit
ht food bteIno scarce, to tho
loso and jist inl proport:,oll as
milile illcretsed, le did not
0,oat, over, v,itions of' hiom11ely f:rie,
mut 'ovelod ill gorgeous diinle-s.
50 strongly did this Whim) got
lossessionl of'Io ti I llind.s, ih att Hlo
our11 of haltting, when thly Could
lidulge nlidisturbed in the so rich1
everies, became an object. of tho
pstinterost. WilJo biewinig
heir waI ol tirgl tie jules, ot
yea.11rieI ma ovel-Coie un11til (thy
V0re r1oZl43 to silk, thy woulil
hieer each other. by saying '"N ev
rI mind ; whenl we get into emip
ng of course, the imagitnry onlo
.hey desigled to nj ."y. Tixton
tid Ma111uriy Would paiis hourti.s inl
1prellding tablos loided with ever-y
li xivy they hai dever seel oric ard
>f. Ovoir this ilginary flast tey
voul4 gloat with pressuro of a
1t,0irman1.11id, nover Ceeing inon-11gr
ty of tle fiting. Th3 wolid talk
,his ove' a whilo within lieiillg.
>t th Ihilm-ans of the melon, and 0110
)eCatsiol discused the proprioty of
'iving lp) il thi ilt,uro till stilti
ating driinks, they had boonl ill.
oried it weikollned the appotite.
As hereafter they designed if' thoy
ver got olit, to devot thoinsolvos
3in.tidy and exclusively to eating,
I It Iey sobeily conltided it, wits
wrvionig to do aniything to lessonl
iis pleaisurie 01' amiounti.
'ITus N iw P~owrial Law.-T1hO
postad ll ppropr'iationt bill, approi'ved
M arebCl 3, 1873 conitinied the follow
''Priov ided that all laws andil
partsL of law's permnitting the tr'ans
mii-onl i by miili of' anyi freo m at
ter 'whatever, ho, antd the sam1e1
are0I heireby irepeailed from and1( af.
ter .l uno 30, 1873."'
Th'Iis abol ishes the frank Iing
prilege'L4. held by) Congress, antd so
manyl1 gover tnmnt oflers.
IThis albolishes sect ion 35 of' thio
act, of M;im-chI 3, 181: "'But the
pub1) lihers of' weekl ne iowspapj~ers
may1) senOtd Lto cachi acital subsljciber
oine copy theteof fre i'o f postalgo."'
T1'his abolisheis sectiont 45 of the
act: ''A It publishers of periodicals,
shaOllt e)1txcLeed sixt1een ountces ini
weight, shahll be allowed to enter'
Ceban ge thir pi'jiiublicattionis r'ecip -
nally, freeo of potg pr'ovided,
ii tat such in teichanlgo shall be
contfined t,o a sinigio copy of' such
publ icjat ioni."
'Thoi law's r'emaint unichanged
tago on1ti nwsaperslo' at lAin offIi of'
miin g or del ivory, at the op)tionl
of Lt subscr~"iber', andit prlepaiymen01t
by' newsdeltors8 'upon theirt paiuckca
ges as5 r'eceived."'
No roduict,iont of' postago raitesi
has5 been made. t"arntiswor'th's
bill passed( the Hlouse andI failed in
lin Missourii wh'len al man kills
aito:,ber on sunday they pro'seculto
htim indertct the hiiw dIesciratinig thoe
Sabbatht by shooting at a tai',
and1( hatve htimi fine 11( 5 antd costs.
I t's the only3 sor't of cast-e thaut canI
bo made out algainiSt murderers'Ct' as
a geno'al r'u\e.-C(idciago P'ot.
Repts f'romn aill parts of' the South
indicate that the people wvill go more
largely into thIe cult ivat ion of' cottoni,
this yeari, thanti th-ey haive Oeer done
blefor'e. Tile C ape Fear c' ounatry is no
exception to) the rutie anid then indica..
tionis are.-that, with good seasons, it
will be a heavy.cotton year.
Extensivo and1( damtitging fires hlave
ragedi in the countr'y to the southmast
of' Columibia f'or some1 (lays paist. Mr.
J. F. C. Sims- lost about four hun1dred
cords1 of wood and fifteen hundr'ed
cr'oss-Lies friomt tis cause.
Dr,. D)etms authoizes the announe lie
metl that Commodore Vanderbilt has
givenl five hundred thousand dollars
to Bishiop Me'Tyeiere, of' the Southern
Methodist Church, to establish a
univer'sity itn T1ennessee.
An Iowa girl lately whipped out a
conflagration in her father's house with
hecr stockings, but, as is generally the
case, the "hose bursted," and she has
applied to the author'ities for a.new
- r. D."H'"Trzean 'the'-~oldest
physicin in Colunmbl 'le'd on Mon
day.1ewts qatlte tif 'ished- in
hige@si.A m e4go1egi