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y Mornig, June 12,. 1866.
. P. S 1tim.:t, Esq., is the
t for this paper iii Chare.iston
The Teariers Assistant.
iig becorme finma wvith ti(- .11
, Iow shall th., chib be 11-o1ht to
It 1ust h r01mvier hat
i the child has m:s;terd te t lhphn
it has lournt only tihe primry
nds of the sevcral letters. Of A for
4mple the child has len ta ught but
e sound, and that i tho und of A
Sis in the word "f i'" u! :b::
re other sounds given to this letter in
Ao words fat, fair, talk, what :ml tar.
Ina so it is with the ot,er vowel!, ech
' aVing'see'r sotumls. Nov.' shall th
.izhild.bQ tatight the vains pvcrs of'
6o various vow"ls ? We anwtri em
hstically -No. But how .hall ti
.qhild be taught to read unlei I spemds
Jvqek after week in speliling ouu syllabls
and ordis ?
e answer, by teing i t child inI
.,ap "rfectly iatural way. I low does t!.
Aother tonch her child to distiniuii,t
e momber of* the f.auil v fr:im ano:h. -
? Does she do it. by taking the li1tl
e itrough a I-mg rigimi-olo of exer
Wes in teachincg that "-bitdv" is "bid.
y becatis he has a long no.v, 1114
),ies, ponting lips, (IIIoled4 chill alnl a
Iuind faco ? )is the lii1 child h.rn
know "S-ssy" by beg tauht as it,
_re to spell out. ier ire roy
eeks, pmg ioe, Ilack t.Y...-; aid cellrrY
s ? By no means. Tie Si!
... ~ : it I .
p "b de e wm.Ner calls hhn,
!hn a4l"4 11l releats the
with the figttrM anl
.S>h i impressed by th ey1e,
o inseparable : an mIl tt t 11)e
ci member of the CImily b, o nes
tiliar to the child.
t the satno way the chId, long be.
it knows one letter inl the alphalt.
*i another. has l-aid se,,.s of
d., nstly tie nm.. s of o -jk.
at is, 'io chifd has got. prett w0l1 n
its road of jutil- learidtg iI t
oaturnal way. Now will it d to in)
the child int an untiktural way ?r i,; it
better to coiform the 1.)ook tvaching -sA
mIuchI as possi ble to the natural teach-.
ing? To illistraie. 11-re are tw i
words that th prihmy learner soonI
reaches in tho cour-me of its studies. na me.
ly, "bake" anti "back." The chi'ld
spells tite first, and very n'ia'mra!ly p r.
nouIces it propirly. Bitt how abolit
the second ? If left to itself it wonlid
naturally proton! it the one wtv n
the first. And yet soirm teachers an1d
iothers ao C t - thr pupils if i- hv
don't see in a short ti:no the l .i
.betwe-in the t w wirds. AOs wet! i
the mother s:ol a ntd punish I Ili! cI il
because it doe's no:. learn to list inmgi i
.tsid others one fromn the ot.he r by inun
before it knows what th!e;r nin areS -0
or that it shounld not call Hill's non a a ...
cause it coi pr'ioontiee Jamck's.
Thieni the natural way ti teauch! a eld
to r'ead it to t each it to relpen ,wor
fl(er' yout, and tnot be/ire yout do. Thie
m)ost Correctly speaking children ini
* otth Carolina are those horni an I ni'
f,nred mt t.he lower port t.n of the ~ S'taite.
*''Teir kntowledge of corr-c't spieakmg . is
* 'langs ahea.d of their kr.owledget of' cor
rect reading. 'The reason is obvioius,
*nd 8o it i nio use to Ventilate it liii...
Tis isnio-theory sim 1ly of teachinug ihe'
child to rtmad ; it, is the result of tril,
n rd is withouit qutestion thte true. easy
ad natural way in which it shotuld he
The Charleston Newse allinding to the
irecent sale of corn in this place, say)s:
'T Winnsbloro>' (S. C.) Nisws of
June fronicles, one~ of the highest
sales of corn we remember in the State
We are grieved to bue cotppelled to
record th transaction, as it points to
three calamities our State ntow stif-Trs
u tnder, viz :A great scarcityv of corn, a
t, jight money mnarket, and the already
'fregtnenty belabored rates of' freight ont
our railroads. A combiniationto au....,.
whnie. bi ilAbey waaeu m d,i
ZAt istreSs to a large 11n11u1mer of peo
We can msre the News that those
thMee shm. a -n An: a ,a indiued press
ing hard in t'ii-; D;trict. As toreight-,
,omic rodietion hai been mAnde 'h them.
We o))irve that, from Colllumbia via
Ch:a-con, or ('L. rlotte.. -ct onl is.
hiI'pd. viungil. to, New .YUJIAai.00
Thoro is great cmnpla in h9wever of
1 sioln ol its w: from inarleston
,t .0 ji.i .
to tilis placv.
Wve h1ve seleted fAr tie Poet's con
or to day ihie 1(-scriptive op(-ning seene
of "The Cla!f!" fron WAri-:t SCI*t's
'I.:ov of the FAke." No writer in theu
Engt~ish hingutaie ex'cellis Snorr ini
wvor,l paiin:iiig--iio( imagnative puirely,
b'-:t ;i :i inon.:inat ural sconi-ry.'
Il h ovlnin.t Sne 4 tie Chse,
th r.iader ern alm-I>t. fnel imself to I
onl 1.l-nvoirliech's top ni t e-witness of
tat "hltrr,ine swN-pi! tihe glen."
I I# ve,m.14 to hea.
-The 1leenmiutedbhod-holnl's heavy
alid the "c"teinier yeeds,"and 'nerly
hurns," and wvi hamllkios" Iilling thie.ir.
A1nI hoA plea antlv ii this wild excite
io nIL G)>E'ow,qd hv 1hat
Inint, ani more faint. (iud) failing din''
w I i.eb " iiin l gI ows I liat.
ince seili-. w in. arti still.
On tie lone wo-nid mighty hill."
T'. Ndl oowing is th decision of Jiudge
l:;:N i n t h e1ne :r,lled by (over
ir l.Iw.N, whicli argumnnen' , we latelV
A LosrVA. (..- In the CAse oi W.
Ija%w, coltesting the constitit ional i 1.y of
tw list it h. anplid to hnwyrs, in
the Unt,d S u.es Court a Savan-niah,
JPOe EtrKsine to Myav decidmd tdint the
m1411 of (otngnss appriovfd J*Allatrv 24ti,
1865,,so far as it was intended t.o.npprly
to I his Cas8e, A repugantm to the Cutisti
a TI NEWS.1
The Nchooling of the Girls.
C11.111 VERl VI.
.t Oit hSO lell said in the preced.
ing Imibtr, i ppli!.s to male. as well as
i fnale pupils. The question now
arises - sluld ioth Sexes pursue th'
S ni sti:t. s, aln. shoiuld schools for giis
e like tivo intended for boys ? I Inre
wp have ainoihr rquestion which claim.s
precedecile -have i if- girls the ability
t > trave-1 along the cnrrieuilim with the
bMys Y-is not the womain the weaker ?
WS do not prtnnd to be able to decile
'hs i;nipor:n,L ind Vexed question inl
inll*.iectud philopy. Ve Can onlY
%*4nt!ur*( an. opinion.
Inl 'ho accountl givel Ivi ofrthel crea
tion of ioiiir is there is no in'imaziol,
ha n' te'u m her ofl tus all wae, i na n re.
shect, Ada:in's inifeior. Thien thunrne was
to weaikiness -- all was perfectio.in ; thie
iown and thle womaun were equnals.
We submit further that there is no
'etieneI thuat in thne f:nll tine womanti suf
ferted intuellectual Ily more than athe mnan.
In thle govnmnent of the htonse oold,
thne hunnandi was made suiperior to tine
wif, but, sinperioriity of' position or atu
I horityv does not- incesisarily i mply a
hiighner dnegre'e nof mnital abiility. Wer'.
snehi tine case, we shounld not see s<.
ninmy wveak a nd. foolish ihbands as arc
Inow to lbe fonund. How oftien dons it
oiccuir that. the wife lias to tinnik for th<:
poior drone of a muan to whn >m sihe i~
we'd'led as wvell as for hnerse f ? Nor b~
thh authoirity to govern gi ;en to mar
exclusqively ; every mother if, or shnoun
hne. supremie atiogst the little ones
around'i her owun hnearth-s ')ne. Not
that shen shnouldb snpercede (thne father
hbnt, from tihe nafure of to le ase, t
goverinent mutst fali clidefly nnpon her
II'er annthiority is only regogrnized
"1lionor tiny father and tiny inothner." Ii
is fregnently tihe eAu~ too, thmat she1( i
hlL inl the solitude of widowr hood to ic
enipy Line fatber's pinbe 4s : ief of th<
househnold. -N o argnnti against in
tellectunal equalit.y can, h predicated
upon01 the fact that the ife.i requirei
I toubey Lhe. hui"
thorized civil rules ; al ipirdlal Pas
tors ; and all qiwte j' aQ
and yet as WamOief on
posedlto possess a avera g g
Tie fact t11 aworfmi hav:
equalled the othersex in the amouvt.*
idnAl foce actialy exerted il
I-chusive of their nferiority. Mi
due to eircumstaces; the lawjyWd, the
judg, the preachie, the legislatoViaro
nece!sS:rilv called an almost cor)pual
ex'1reise of the itellectiual poJ
Heiir daily emploinent is a brai*
nasium ; whim to wife moves )ii
i mor, quiet spherewhen there is,l
for t .1 ctu l ac vity.
We aro now seaking ii rega!
what is nat,ur-te endowment iq*
ed from the Creitor ; ceteris paribipia
th female hitellecially the eqia.'d
11:1t ? O'r, has tie Father of a
made a di f'erenci
The mid operies thrugh th' -
oil of the buoy ; tind as males are phW
sicatlly stronger thm femilep, mental A'lp*
rioriy nmay be bysome attributei toi
formier. Blit then are two views to
tal-n of bodilY paver. For the putt
forth11 of heruileal strength, we muqt
have milasciline vizor ; but for the eil
'Iurinice of conl fimivnen to on place or
inl onle 1osUire, ail of' that fttigt which
ro-sults from the eiereise of the braiii, it.
remain!" yet to he shown that femlales
are umiequ:l to ih ot sex. At this
poilit call to mind . , thin yol.g
men1i whAko are sd 'seen moving
about like s C. r mtale Col
must be caieftul, too, to discrimi.
inate betwen :he tiind and the instru.
Iment through* wlich it nots. Even
vere it. ndiittd tiltt there it a gre'ater
1,nver of emidirance in males than in fe
males, thme superiority would, of course,
only be corporel. A capricious nlid
powerful intellit is often found eshrin
CA in a weak body.
Here let us aljeal to facts. A per
sonhl friend-of tke writer who has for
sixteenl years 1bJen in charge of an
A cn:lomy for iheedireation of yonth of
both sexes givest as the result of his
observation, and'experiment in teach
ing, that, as a geieral rtile, the girls np
d' ihmniselvets to their stud1lie4 more als.
bIaaiy It 'iAlhoyi, are (ti6lor in
their porception:k and, consequenitly.
are f*illy elal, if not superior, to thei
.11 scholarship. After so long it im .
lit knows nothitilg of that comparative
weakiess of tho futiale mind of whieb
snte talk so fluently. To the same ef
f'ect is the tetiilony of another talented
a1:l accomplished friend of the writer
wLo has beei teaching girlei for the last
twenty fiveyeays. Not only in polite
leariiing, but in Mathematics, the young
ltdies inl shools and colleges go forward
Lriumiphanvitly. Tho moit duiffiult, pro
blrmis in Algebra, Geomietry, and
Trigonometry are mastered ; a demon
.0ration of their ability to go ihrotgh
in v course in anly college. Uive Young
:i ivs ihe same preparatory training ;
tile 1a t lies in college ; and tht.
ime facilities, and they will prove
I nemelves to be in elleetuially equal ic
voing men. Is not this the cmncur
ron'. and concltsive testimonty of' th<
facts in the case ? Do not t.heso plainly
teach uts that there is no sex in miind ?
[Foa THHS NEsIV.)
The "LIadies' Assoiation"t for pidIing
iin the rebu.lding of the Episdopa
Church in WVinnsboro, S. C., which was
burn by Gen. Sherman's troops 1865
acknowledge most gratefully the follow
ing contributions from abroad:
F'romt Mr. J. D. B. DeBow, Na sh
ville, Tenniessee, *25.00 ; Rev. hr
Hlawkes, New York,. $25.00 ; Episco
pal Church ait Statesburg,S. C., $50-.00
Mr. Octavius Porcher, A bbeville Dis
trict, *100.00 ; Mr. Henry Boylston, Jr
Charleston, S. C., $05.00 ; Miss Ur3
la Schmidt, New York, *50.00 ; ppp
ceeds of a 'Strawberry Jiete," at Alike
ville C. H , *215.00 ; Mr. Boyce, Char
lotte, N. C., *5.00 ; 41r. .Oates,
loA1hj- C., *5.00; Cf. Dorsey, qfar
'lotte -Railroad, $5.OP1 . . , .2
Further contributijge reepectfullf so
licited ; and all gontriuAionfs fron1
abroad acknowledged torug~uh the news
Preiden)t, i 4Asso4iation.
WViNNIsso1o',.S. Q.4> Jue, 1866.
2Charlest,on !.puQl pleast
copy,.,3 tn. ,
'ec w very pro
.rly gi Iodgment
p i innr
for th in this
( Jsaw odl\
r dnid 9 :
iebit~ sidl n stai a buisol bad
ADAW It &fords mevexors.e t
is twbof the
bel a1f, and of oW.i ,hgaLa~ fo
for teir .v e
c,hJVery truly-d itv ee9pc
-I 0ie Mus. W. Rd Ronk~tsn.
The Fenian W e . W
N,w Yonx, Jnne 9.- A. S. A ras
special dipach reports an engagement
betwien Cl. Sanilan's regaimde and the
Biritish cavalry, near Pidgeon 11ill.
Tl'he British cavalry wre dispersd and
fled in confnsion. The Fenians cap$-r.
ed 100 horses alnd three flags. Fonr
Penians were %oinded and one Briton
killed and three wounded. S,anlan enb.
sequenily ordered the regiment to with.
draw from Canadiain soil, but Gen.
Shear still remalO.
N bw uldlinu 9.-GCen. Shear,
hall miloee Y,1"horder line mad-: 1
dash into rieleirghilmg yesterday, rout
ed the Britth-fdre, aid c t ptred a Brit
ish flag. He iinmediate!y commenced
entrenching. The morals of his army
are very bad ; desertions are the rulh
-whole companies aro making tracki
for the nearest hon transportation ;of
fice, and, in some instances, regimoil
There is no orgaiiizatioi, and druno.
ness prevails to an alarming extent. o
Buffialo. June 9.-Gen. Berry hasir
ceived an order from ti Presidenw ij
the United S;ates, for'idding transpdl
lation over the roads or o h-r modeia,
piublic travel of persons and material
of wvar suipposed to be0 designed. to vio
lite the neutrality laws; anIso, forbiiddi n;
transmissice, over the telegraph wvirea
of mnesge, in cypher or othecrwise'
Iromi tho Fenciians, or imatters relating t<
the Fenian movements.
The Femian Conneil of War, at Bnli
falo, has decided ihat. it is best to orde
all the troops back to their hiomiis.
Tront1ro, Junie 9.-The Provisiona
Parliament convened yesterday. Th
.Svernor General, m his message, con
4tulates Canada on the~ spirit a
hown in rising to repel thig i ab
calls attention to the isuiD ~ u
Johnson's proclameion, A 7V
comimends the s b
corpus. A bi i :
/habeas corpus "1848)A"' .
in both Hlousei, amoseswigadd 4b6
Governor G3enond~.,T@i DIckbesgdi.'
fMntter in this section, and manif'U?IMr
have le~ and NE% otgi iA cot
s equende. No washIdhIkvsyasha.
place, but somA(re / ga * :
We have tidings of N a'
parts of the p.r9vinces.11 Jo earn
New YouR,.Jane.4,-A St. A
batis (lispatg to Lh6
there is a fsaale to t
pteparing, to go.hw:pe. The whole f
i, completely dvimorlizvd, the ofli 1
and men refusing to do their duty, vl
there is d08ortion )y 146 wholsale.
The United Sta is furnishirg tra
,portation for the F..nfPu4 Noho gTAt
acc'pi tLn oppdrtunity
Gen. Shear and staff strrendeied.
New Orleans Market.
Pw'OI-.,A,S, Jiloe 10 -,-Cott%i
firm with salei of 1,400 bales at 25c
Gold 374. Bank 6terling quoted a
lion. Jefferson Davis.
WASUINGTON, June I..-Horne
Greely and others, from New York, ar
in town. thoir business beitig to se
Judge Underwood in order to nrge up
on him the justice and proprietyo
admitting JefTerion Daviq to baitl.
The Rinderpest In New York.
ALBANY, N. Y., Juno 9. -Hon.
Stanton Gold, President, and Capt
P. Johnson, Secretary, of the
York Stato Agricultural Society. h.aO
ptepaired an important circular, sayin
"Wo do hereby make known the exis
once of the Rinderpt-it, or Pleuro Pnd
monia., among the cows in the sta#lo
of New York and Brooklyn."
Cholera In New York.
N:w YOnK, June 9.-Mrs. H4
who Wa1shed the clothes of E. A. Frag
whow death from cholera was report
Wi smlzed with the same disase
Wednesday, and died that night.
German girl living in the aimo ho
was RIso' attacked, hut was saved
Probst Executed. V
Pt1r.API1,11[A, dilner 8.-Antho
Prohst, was executed this morning in t
presence of a few spectators.
Militia to be Called Ont.
CoNConD, N. 1., June 8.-It.is
cial1v announced from the War 4p
ment, that thire is a probable I
for callig out the militia, to
THURSDAY and FRI
21ST AND 22D OF JUNE.'
T HlE AllD ASSOCIATION will glve f
their unique CONCERTS on the g
'hle publio may exppot a RAnR TRtln
Tickets to be had at all the stores.
CORN !CORN1 !
t #Q& ALE-Two HIundred ,B
todi 09a 1V.h. .eV TT & CO.
,4, Bank YTang4
,,~j~o00 Sounda o~
,WfePzt in ro,
O" ".Bhoulderu e 16
s 4Ae to suit pursihaeere.
* o Ma\e,.Credi& upJ i Lt
*hW1 Mp4 ments for tha
\4ett best, COT-SQN
hen sa Dii
on of ill