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WINNSBORO- s. CTUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1865. rNTTMRER 41
Y J. E. BRITTON.
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cop Ta W.
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quel, i..serioen, invariable In advance'
A StRANGE STOnY FROM NASSAU
A RRD.LPIRAT CAPTURES AND BURNS
TWo VESSELS-ATTEMPT To, uoWN
-rux Caiw.--FMNDiSH WOnK--Tei
Nassau (Ne Providence) Gurcliau of
tho.101ih1 has the following, but Nassali
elats of' h. 11th,, pre,vIualy reeived
by way of 14vaia, made no' uention o(
the reported piracies and outrages allud
"7b the Editor of the Nasatn Guardien:
"There Itas been - an awful -outrkgh
committed off thebe islandd, $hichl I have
not yet seen iti print.. The pitate Parr,
who- eeatured the hesapeake out of
Now-York, and also the Roanoke, from
Cuba, h' 1mide his appearartco hero.
Ho-boarded the bark Liasy, frodi Cuba.
He sot- both of these on fire, and' sailed
froin themtellhig the captain Lhat be
intended to drown a thousandbefore the
war" was over; leaving theso' poot,
Wretches to save themselves in amall
hosta It .ia'choaght that tome of them
are blned or drowned-they have not
been fduhd ygt. Parr even wanted to
shoot these poor sailgrs because 'the
Florida lost some of her crew in twim.
mivu' .ashore,. --
Capt. MAon, of the bark fany, says
t'hat the pirate set his ship on fire withI)
f1id wvhichi he had ina Vla, and it spread
from btern to stern, burtingonwater the
ana as 'n deck, anl that some of them
had'to leap overboard to keep out of the
way ot it, for it spread so fast;- that juht'
it sundovia astbmor, hark-'rigged, hove
in oight, and that the pirateseailed from
h ei, tAbout 8 o'clock-cautions were hMrd
and" 8ashe -were seen. The wreekers
saved ome"of the bark. 'will write
to ypnu-sooa und tell you'all abont this
murderous act whei I have seen all the
>fh'oers. I remain, sir your,' &c..
"P. S.-The pirates took- one of the
hark 's small boats and sunk it, to keep
the 'm from saving thmaolves.'
Sci:Lt bF TnAs.-We believe
thgbstoere are wagow lines Tidw.In ptocEas
of t~ition? Eowbe OwbIbia- an
u rexl ale Lhe nt. igfonsv 'towns and
-Ih !e fr1se Which We hae ben' cut
45 hb' 4Mtrhe lot1hf thWa'lallya.
You may how gt 4ohvegantes' to
Orapggluurg, to Siter, eAuien,.New
bey, loitsboro and pointe beyond
theie, on mog4ratte arid in toferable
ed(0 - 'Thet. will occur lmost *eek.
ly1 i'in hor~d s es more frequeutjy.
ThbIuredmteh dif~eidlty, enqiiyy
of ieers,'ln ending out these iods
of.' 40' 41e. .he wagoneseh6ald
W thei times, places and Utms gentl
rski6 "by. adwertislag There is
no., t*er prnsps. We hid occasion' ti
jog67 to Chester, a lifrletime on
wq~- tv glyqd front Columbig to inus-.
Jt91a ), dovl.9r the I
t'er; OU t coinortable0 "Wagonl; with
ae?4 vi teami, tot fve' dollar4. H
to it day to dbneord Meet4
'lit fn itth ions
png the C
citsede* of i'
wants of oars.etur
wet desoveyance 'o W'
char , Ij.Mlufch, a y
dle~ 'M o y attetive
W~Ze der ofqur.do6n
b~etinbW e .-UtB
onE 9,RCIETS CoMIN To Lt0nT.
As investigafions progrea in Wasl.ig.
ton, 'Richmond, and' elsewhere, man
mnttors whilch the so-alled Confederae
Government' never inteided eliould be
ma'de public. are boilt revealed. One
document has beeq found in Richmond,
consivting of a bill itroduced into the
Confederate Congress by Jabes L. M.
Curry. of Alabama, Which denounces the
Eirancipation ProclamaIton of President
Lincoln and the enlistment of nearoes in
theFearaf ..frmies as not ainong the
acts of legitimale warfare, but we are
properly -classed among'Bsnch acts as the
right to put to death prisoners of war
without special cause, tho right to use
poisoned weapons' and the right to aa.
sassinate, and, if- persisted in, will jus.
tify the Confederate Go.vernmdut in
the adoption of iiensures of retAliation.
The bill is supposed to .have been passed
in secret session."
Another document has bean found i6
Richmond, in which Jeff. bavis gives his
sanctinn to secret ehergical composition
for the purposp of buruiing t'ederal Ves
seli. . In Jeffs indorsement 'of tie docu-.
ment lie advibes his Secretary of State
to carefully examine the preparation,
and ascertain whether it will "overeome
he difliculty heietofore experienced.'
.hese things do not redound much to
the credit of the Richmond 'pewers, to
say the least.
rAtgsta Chronicle & eane .
INCIDIENTS CONNRCTICD WITH TIEC
TRaL-BooTr's BoDY.-The prison
era are properly cared for and fed, an at
tendant being constantly on duty at eaoh
cell. In the case of Mrs. Surrait the
prison diot has been varied some-what,
to the extent of allowing her toast, &c.,
when she has been. ill. She spends the
most of her time in reading a prayer
book: . Harrold's mood is mercurial,
sometimes exuberantly buoyant, -and
sometimes as much depressed. Mudd.
pays considerable attention to -hiq per.
sonal appearance, and is partioularas to.
cleanlinesa of body.. Like Mrs. Snrratt;
he occupiee.much.of hi time, in reading
religious books, . Atrerodt :is ptolid and.
uncommunicative for the most- parti
O'Laughlin conducts himseif "q'ietly;
seems to feel- his situatio'n tho most deep.
ly of any of the prisoners, 'and walks his
cell much of the time.. Payneadisplavs
the same cool audacity. iny.ariably, whet i
er in, hi' cell or in the court-room; and
exhibits 4ot unfrequently that devil-may.
care reckless apirit of good. -humor that
'apringa. frotn high -physical condition.
Amold appears in his pell as inthe court
'room, qmiit and pleasant, and -givoa. hiI
attendante little trouble, Spangler, des.
pite, has lugubrious fade,.is said to be uni
formly light'hearted. and' exceedingly
Ta, G10oitrA Der.0Arott. - A
delektion' 'of 'loyal Goergeihs, led by
HonoYablo Ashua' B. Hill,' formerly
nMetber'of Cofigress froim th 'mpire
State 6f the South, had an imterview
wivit the rPtfiden, 0,6b4,y. -Mr. John.
$oil bhlhdly but' firil tdd th, what
be itt refe a to th4' *cikructibn of
the sibenrf'states, ;h1ih Was entirely
accede I U.by th. : Wof - the
dele ation'as dinn neiata proper,
ader $ 14" i O ot .
a hrhssa bi it4 lew ,f 6o
gatidna (ronni ery, ft '843e6. 1yn
.f4endance "at~s a ~i~w to
2+3ta fr tipe emera s to
&. Wase in 6iith$eerte.i
~toi ued~so~ (~~ia~I%~slY
I-, une joa nn
- nanI2Umma ii
.ia ,eawrmt mnm ads~
Tue LAST JOKY, -o-- JYFF. D.&vi.
A Philadelphitia paper his it that 'Jeff. .
Davis, in FX': trers Monroe. applied the
other ayi'or th6 servic's of a'hvsician,
that a Connecticut doctoi waa8thereupon
first sent him, whose services were refits.
ed; but that the next comer being a
Jerseyman he was ?raciously accepted.
From this is was evident thatieff. Davis
is among -that class of funut illows who
think-that Jetsey is. nottin t ix United
States. . Dr. Blackburin woul probably
be the ph)%ian most acceptable to Jeff.
|ust now.-N. Y. HeraMu.
A NevaiAin, Reviv'rA..--4'he war
carried a' host' of sickly ne' spapers to
the grave, ahd 'th'ereturn' of mce is al.
ready calling a nq batch of ei periment
al newspapers into life, North itd South.
Some niay succeed, but many will fail,
for the country, North and South, is not
yet out. of the deep water of its financial
diffiulties., But let our' newspaper
people go.ahead. The rnor,e the merrier.
A JTTL. OUT OF ORDER -The tein.
per of some of our cotetnporaries does
not seem to be right as yet. There ap
pears to be sometiing the matter with
r.hr m-.- They have been so long in the
habit-of abusing the Nonth and every
I hing thiat has Come from that section,
that even now they show a desire to
keep up sectional hatred between the
two sections. Wie think all such sheets
a reincendiary in their teachngs. What
the country wants now is peace nnd quiet
-and' these two things it never will
have as long as these growlors are allow
Ad to work away in their miderhanded
manner. They dare not alow their
hand op'enly. They have not manliness
mongh for that. But like the assassin
in the dark, they purste their villainous
Wvork, and do their best sto destroy the
confideice of the people in onr rulers.
[Augusta Chronicle & Sentinel.
T:wsz~am-A. bill fixing the legal
status of the oolored people of Tennessee
has passed the.lewer branclk of the Le
gislaturo of that State. It guarAntees
h6 sancti.y of the matrimonial relation
imong'thei, but forbids thir i'titermar-]
riage with whites. All Iaws in force for
he boneirof marrted:.women and chil. t
iren ord to apply, to .. people of . color, f
)rovidel that.golored chiidren seIall not i
3e 'aduitted ti ther -schools with the I
hites. Colored persons may be wit.
iessos in all State cases in court against
ach other, but not against white per
ione,, and no coutract between a .wlite 1
nd .colored person shall he binding un
ess made in writing and witnessed by
k whie person. Colored persons are I
mbject to te. same penaltios for orimes t
i whites, with thie qd'ition that rape by t
t coloed man oi a white woman shall be I
Alnished with death. There are various
>ther provisions in the bill, but these
tre the most prontinent.
[ . Hera.
An important otder has been issned
)y the War: Department to the effect
h't all volunteer soldiers of thercavalry
kru whose term of .service will. epire J
mior to Oct 1.- 1865, *ill be mustered
sut, And diachusrpeal theO service 'of -thef
United RStes.,The Paymaster-Generalf
a ordeid-to .make immediate payment.
:o nep .so, dischargod.,. All cavalry re-.
naining'iii service after such djsoh~argre
,vill be cbnjdldatemd int'a 6omplete, tuaxi- 0
)UQ1worgi*ations.c Orgamnzatipon from <
.ha Oante tato-willsbo 00consolidajtd4A.wih
qachother. . upernumera.y ofller9,ji l,
,e z atettyobit upion sutbh co alaios.
Phe officet* be 'rbtilEd wil be' selee.
ed by Anff and De artnientt Ciman
hers. .:Horses *y ublic pepo~
mha4thW~ 'de s
of9 4 4
THE LIBERATED SLAVES IN VIRGINIA.
-General Duval in command of the
Jiited States forces about Staunton, has
asued an order id regard to the liberated
laves in that section, prescribing cer
ain .rules and regulations for their con
luct in future.
He says the slaves may remain with
heir forner masters, if he and they both
lesire - and agree on the terms, in
Yhich case each party is equally bound
)y the contract. He admonishes the
iegroes and tells them that they muss
earn -- the sooner the better-that "they
nst work for their support now, the
iame as belore they were free: in some
nstanels perhaps even harder ;" the only
iMference between then and now being,
hat they have the wageb of their labor
He advises that all negroes yet with
heir former.masters remain with thern,
ttending to thiir work as usual, and
nter into some contract agreeing on the
erns of compensation, to be paid after
he reaping of the coming harvest, and
zives notice that all negroes now roaming
he count ry will be made at once to break
ip their idle pursuits, and seek enp:ov
Vinoiz.A LAnIES DoIXO FARM
WoRK -We must not- fail to mention
;he fact that Nany of the ladies of the
arms in the eastern portion of swur State,
'ront which all the iegroes have gone
luring the war, and where other labor
:ould not be procured, have engaged
Nith alacrity in the lighter duties of ag
-iculture. We have heard of three
yong ladies, of .ono most refined and
ormerly wealthiest families in Hanover,
vho have plant. d on their own father's
arni a larger crop of corn than has ever
;rown there during the war.- Every
iegro has left them except a - few help.
ess women and children.- Virginia Pa.
RP.VcA*E. OF CONEDEnATE PRTSON
cn.-Tho Washington papers say that
he order for'.the discharge of certain'.
wisoners of war.#renders personal -.ap.
lications to the-President for the-release
f prisoners pnder the rank of Major
nnecessary; and that "there is authority
or 'tting that the ,.President is issuing
1 orders at present for the release b' any
irisonere of war of or above that rank.'
Tan E. PaKSIDENT'8 REcoNSTRUCTION
'ouad.- Wa9siton, JAno 9.-Prom
aent citizens of Alabama-, Georgia and
dississippi who are now hereafter having
iad audience with the President, express
he opinion that the policy with regard
o reorganization in North Carolina will
1e applied to the other Sout ' to.
For tliq N 8*s, one E
)OLLAR,'or in barter f ni
bodities.' All articleo nece , se
al in familios, or in businka ill be
aken in exchange, at. fair pric.s, s
sually nnderstood in the market. tit
r Atly better understanding of 6ur
riends, we present the following sdhed
le of rateu, in the case of the most' ob.
ious commodities.- - For* one month's
ubsciptibn to tho'Ncs, we will re. a
eive either of t0e ffllowing, *iz
b busiel c6rn, 1 bushel Pe or pota.
24 lbs f'lour. - .
'pods btter. * -
Woqd and ~visio gedl~rig
bdved ' ir tolrVfk* tuites.4 - / -i P. i
Hfousehold, Z#fe Furniure, Ftc.
ByELITT & co,
3N WEDNESDAY, 214 June, 1865, at our.
store, No. 4. Bank Aange, at 12 o'Oldok,
precisely, will be sold,- lundry ar&idles of
A COMPLETE TT OF HOUSE
hold add Kito en Furniture, consist
ng in part. of
Ind other furniture, together with
MATTRASSES, PILLOWS, BLANKCETS,
k good COOKING STOVE, and other hitch
Apply on Mt. Zion street, opposite Maj.
doClennaghan's. [June 17'6-8
A COOK WANTED.
A PLEASANT home, with, good pi, can.
be secured by a No. 1 Cook, 4asher
and Ironer. Apply through NEws office.
ICE undersigood have commenced the
.OL 19j 4M -A Vli 41M 1W E
IN ALL 1i8 BRANOH20.
Lnd respectfully soltoit oonsignents. Per.
one hating furnit o okhcr articles for
ale would do w
M3W' . an0
- k Range.
W B hRY4ijust reoie , uIY I M nowoAtfot
sale, in the top of WidNsIoro, a
General Etockef Goods,
sleoted with' hre, wbioh we propose to seIt
Ia*w Price. Nor Ceash unly
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