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7TEE TRI-WEULY NEWS.
Gaillard, Desportes & Co.] WINNSBORO, S. C., THIURSDMORNING -NO. 5.
' TR[-VEEKJY NEWi
[Froin tho Philadolphia Age.]
The Troth at Lost.
We find the following in the Ne
York Times, and beg to direct it to tit
especial attention of our readers:
"The vast majority of Southern pe<
ple embarked In the rebellion. The
will certainly direct and shape the pul;
lie opinion theore. They embirked i
rebellion uider the strongest convic
tions that they could not live with 11
ps a united people. In ily opinio
-while the istitutions of slavery con
thmed to form their hialits and nation
at character, they were right in regard
hig the differences betwoen us as irre
conciluble an( irrepressible.
It is impossible for usof the North t
understand that the Southern peoph
were sincere in their convictions, am
when this fact is admitted, is it no
plain that there were no mnms of set
thing our differences except by rosor
The Supreme Court had no jurisdic
(ion by which to penetrate thh heart.,
of Southern and Northern men, and
assimilate the hostile ideas which
were fixed there by the opposing sys,
tems of slavery and freedom.
It was idle to attempt the reconcil,
iation of irreconcilable ideas in Con
There was no alternative but war
-the last and final arbitrament for na
tional disputes and differences.
In that resort to war the whole
cause of difference was involved and
stated. If we of the North had fail
ed in the wiar, we should have been
constrained to concede that slavery
and its incidents anld conserlences inl
the foination of' Southern society had
beei cmifirned and established, and
must. prevail throtighout the country
as thv condition of renewed tnion.
Southern men knew that their de
feat involved the destruction of sla
\Ve all know, North and South,
that the attempt to reorganize the opl
posing systems of free and slave so
ciety under our Government is mad
ness, because it must rekindle civil
Is it impossible for us of the North
to understand that the men of the
South, who went into. the rebellionl
and fought us With the utmost deter.
mination, knew exactly the interests
at stake? Of all others they knew
best what they were fighting for, anld
the consequences of victory, eithei
way. When they surrendered they
know that they surrendered slavery
There are thousands of Southurn sol
diers who were earnest and sincere i1
the war, and who, i we will let them
will be as earnest and sincere in sub
mitting to the conditions of defeat, s
far as defeat involved the abandon
ment of slavery, which was the caus
of the war.
It is idle to ask for repentance,
addition to submission. No earthl
power can command it during tI
generation. To profess it would b
Who is it that writes these wor<
of tjuth1. Who is it that dares t
state with candor and precision i
this heated atmosphere of ours real
tics as to the past and present ti
every ono ei his heart recognizest
is no less a person than General Ma
tindale, once n gallant soldier in t
Feoderal army, and now the Repub
can Attorney-G~eneral of the State
Now York, uhosen at the last clecti
T'he extract we give is from a le
letter addrejted to Senator Shormu
in oppositison to the disfranchiscemt
clause of the iteconstruictioni projo
Sub.h lapgaage and opinions from st
r paee are the moat encouraging ai
of, flange in Northern sentiment ti
we have yet detected. 'they are
intnitely more value and inter
than Mr. Seward's rosoate rhetoric
8t,I 4P's acquiescent grumble4. 11
is aB.publican soldier who says t
in h' p~ion the South could
he Ip ,jtp, and "were right"
honors .them for fi
mng bravely and ."with1 the, utmost
termlaloun? Ho seknowledges '
sineer%4" of .the South, and he a
with honst emphasis, that afte
they have dpo and endured an
fered~ in this sineerity for the,
to profess, now, suddenly to I
- nCss aid her privileged aline con- E:
voys were received witlilirise and
welcole acelailat ions e astonish
ed denizens", and wheniichering in
her p1l)umnage, t he QueenhoiI Air al- -
lowed herself to be hori a plebian eI
eart to her resting-plau the me
trowolis. Other and r extended
flight are in design din the sum- a
mner weekm. a
The initial and gratag success
of this incasure is the rrd of years a
of tiought, toil, expenind intelli
gent scientific research io part of
])r. Andrews, in the f of skopti- 1
cism, opposition and re.pe indiffer
eilee, and assures himii lonly recog- j
i6iitn atid peerhood aig the fore- V
most, inventors of thege, but we
liope a return of' subrtial results
that will be noie the l(deserved be
eaise wholly i secoid- considera
tion to his mind.
Lovers can liencefortioar actually
as near heaven as theirpirations can
carry them iready, wit above the
terrestial grandeur a fashion of
0Centra I Park pleasure tties can par
take of the rarifled swm in raritied
atmosplhero, and carthl items at the
stand-still, adventuroueeporters will
make a raid for topics1pon the now
explorable doninions ' the "Prince
(if the Power of the AiP
(New rork World.
Revenge of Rotlichild.
An amusing adventtil is related as
havimg happened at the lank of England
which lud committed Ii greatest disre
sp:lect of ref-:sing to disount, a bill of a
larg.e amtoint drawn by niseleen Roth
sichihi, of Frankfo:t, 'n Nathn Roth
sIllild, of L,ifuilln. 'hIb Bank had
ha I.itilY replied "thiat t.hiev discounted
nlyhei lwnbills, a1d IIot those of
private aril'-, I lltey hadl to dea;l
Wih ie irIer iih i Oi.h baink. Pri
Vale e r" S" xlnw Natimit Roth
sciil1, whi.-n t - 1 ro rt-e-d I' him tle
fac, "Pri vate pForsows I will make
T,r:- w6eks a fterwar)i A ni io.lj16
,whilt, w ho liad minployed the iterval
in g 1' all t.he live pound lots he
co') prem ji) i: I-:h>:.gar .1 :ni on the
c i . p'resent.edh haitSejl aL the batk
:tL the 11nh. ol' lie o!Iie. Ht! drew
row i,c i. pucket-hook a five-poi-I notp,
. 1 n atura...y cilinet oii. hive so%.
lriis'tho samle 1tune look(inl. qulite
aiston0isheo]ditht t he l3;aron Rtoth.l~hi
shouiild havo: trub il for such ab
ri111.. Thle 11,1rol eximinlfd '1n1 by orio
the coins, aIIld p tho imito a little can
vas b ,thivi drawri; Mll. -ainOther'lote
-a1 tIr it Ith--a lii11udredth), lie
IeVer pIt h ieces gId into I he bag
withoti. sc-riiiiiloilyexamniiiing them,
and imi siin tsnerying them in th
balanlcv, a., lie sail 'the lv gao hlin
dhe right, to do so."]
'Ti! first. iocket-h>k b-cilig emptied.
anl I lie first hag fiil le piasie thent to
his clerk and re,et 4 a second, and
t,ir. conutiniedi iiuit- the close of the
hank. The Baroni itd cnployed seven
hours to chatige nty-onio thousand
pounds. But as io also had nine em.
ployees of his hole [igaged in the san?e
imianner, it result1 iat. tile house of
Rothschlild had d1 Lw-nty.otTmhx.
sand in gold from.li Lank, and that lie
hiad so oecnpied uipliers that no other
T%erson could cLaig si'ngle note.
KCverything wh bears the stamp, of
eccentricity has al s pleased the Eng
sh. They we.e efore the first day
vary much amusex the pique of Baron
Rot hsch ild. Th towever, laughed
les whn teysa im retun the next
day at he ope i e bank fiankedi a
by his nin eli and followed tis,
ime by mn.y d destined to carry s
away the speci' 'hey laughed no
longer whien the 'o of bankera said t
with ironic simpli, "those geneYemen c
refuse to pny my . I have sworn a
not to -keepu the1 At their leisure. r
only, I nuotify the t I hay. enlouguh p
to employ thorn f a montig"
"lFor two mo"
"El1e,-en millio gold drawn~ fro,w o
the Batnk of Enig whiloh tin~y htvae k.
niever possessed.', d
The bank took ; thre' wsegne. ,a
thiino to be doni e ne'z my,lnig a
n'otice appeared lie ~journsa iwtht h
her c~Abth the woul pay R~oty- lij
schik&s bills the as thekr own,
D)istilled spi udered a reven3ue 0l
last year of 0,000,s ,Pretty gi
. gnod for "evil ." ,
' (would he rank hypocrisy. Such Lan
1 guage we 1emocrats-we who pra3
and lol) and labor for reconciliatioi
might hesitate to use ; but surely fron
such an orthodox source we may bt
perintted to quote and to adopt,
l-esco-ession of General Martindale
e not merely that the South was sincere
but that there was no alternative foi
thom but the arbitrament of war
y brushes away at once all the absurd
- theories which so long perplexed legis
i lation and executive oction as to t
- rebel oligarchy which precipitated thl
, masses into war. It recognizes the
revolt as a popular movementit. Steli
- it was, anad now when as such it, has
- fai'ild, surely the saimle logic leads to
- the result that iniute penalties 1111
- ind.ividulal proscriptions should not be
visited on the revolt of a whole con
About a year ago, an elaborate de
scription. appellreI in these col untns of
Dr. Solomon Andrew's projected fly
ing-ship, then building at Perth Am
boy. Since then, the enterprise, fol
lowing all improvenients, has taken
up its residence in New York, and for
several months has been undergoing
preparations at the corner of Houston
and Greene streets, having passed into
the hands of ala efficient company, of
which Dr. Andrews, the inventor, is
Yesterday afternoon at 4 p. in., all
being in readiness, four gentlemen
lh'. Andrews, President ( . W. Trow,
Vice-President ; C. M. Plumb, Sec-e
ta ry ; and (). Waldo Hill, a director of
"ho ,Erial Navigation Company,"
entered the spacious basket of the
"reon" eut loose from terra firma,
and started iipon a voyage of diseove
ry thrmogh (lie azuhre other that hung
as a veil of heauty over the busy city.
The ship easily and gracefully ascetid
ed at once to a height of some 2,0U0
feet, or considerably more than Fix
the city ascended with dim ashed
and softened effect, and fromr whence
tle multitudinous mass of humanity
that darken the stireets appeared as
Lilliputs, surrounded by hous " lt'
equal miniature extenlt, Och intent
upon his petty task of pleasure.
The island and its suburbs lay
stretched in masslike distineacss,
through waich rivers aid streets
threaded their sinuous way wiUh an .f
feet to which distance lent enchaant
muent that converted edificial grossness
into outlined beauty, anad toled down
deformities to at varied and suggestive
slloothness and cleanliNess as pleasing
to an artist as it would have beenl sat
isfactory to thae argus-eyed 13mard of
- For the first five aianutes the sh ip
0 irifted steadily in a North-eaAerly
- course, but a little ballast east out, she
3 instantly and gracefully ob"yed the
diretioll of the rudder, and was
I headed in a South-westerly line along
y which, though under a minimum off
. gas, she slot at an Andeviated unde
0 viating unawaying rate of less than
three minutes to the mile, As the
s trip was purol, oxperiaental, the
o aeronauts kept ,float no longer than
n would assure tP practical success of
i- the underta10g, and suggest any
it needed imprIvemonts and aiterations
Ut advisable twtho more completo outfit
r- of the coyin cenqueror of the asmos
Ao phere and,ne annihilator of current.
li- A further,legthening of the "acros
of tat" or ys..ntaining section, of the
.n. mach ine to ,hirty feet, so as to secure
ga flight an e of fifteen degrees, and a
an stroniger eninig of the rudder, were
nt the onlyr dditionaal measures recom.~
it,. mended the results, of the trip,
oeh Thes L Ibe immediately effectu
iat Who fin tihe car, the wind blowing
of quitreschly came almost directlj
est ath rt the races of the vygr, and
or pig~s of paper east oui the 8bosom ol
are thair were wafted in a course eon
hat t,ry to that pursued by the machine
not dUS conchusivoly proving that, unlik<
to aloons, the "ABrcon" can proceed ii
ht.Aeed be, against, and not slaviehly
d with the wand, as the former alway
, After being suprm mbo. for aboui
LI twenty-ive miniutes, the doefle an<
r- beautiful steam-winged bird wee sq.
h essfully persuaded to pay a terrestia
s. vi=lt to Astria, where both her high
:truordinafy PhshMetneon-Tert-11 and
Destructive Dust 'orntd In Buenos
On Monday evehing,the 19th, onr
y was visited by the mbst terrific
tenomenon ever known in this or per- I
ips in any other country. No pen ban V
tempt to convey to those who have
:t seen it, even the faintest idea of this n,
,viul storm, which, while it lasted,
iemed to indicate that the world was vt,
,i end and chaos come again. All that
,e read about sand storms in the East,
r the darkness of Egypt in the qime of
'haraoh, fades before the remembrtice.
,ven the oldest inhabitants of Puen's
tyres, so acetstomed to dust.-storms,
..oie seized with tho utmost terror; nev
r having experienced any thing ap.
iroaching to it in horror and intetisity.
For several hours previous there vbre
ndications of the storm all arotnfd tie
iorizon, and at ten minutes past five
nasses of dust clouds passed rapidly
>verhead, coming from the southeast.
rhen almost as quick as ligh'.ning all
.vas enveloped inl total darkness; we cai
tot find a word to express tihe thick
)alpable obscurity which hung over and
around all. No one could attempt to
mov", or even seek shelter but all stood
rooted to the ground. People in the
itreets had to remain there, most of the
doors shut, and the wind was so dread.
fil that the strongest brick edifice quak.
ed and shook, as if about to topple over
and bury all their inmates in the rums.
It being dinner hoiir the hotels were
crowded and in the confusion no candles
could be got ; neither could the gas be
lighted, as it was before the hour for
turning it on. Meantinie the zine roofs.
glass, &c., were blown about in all di.
rections. At the Hotel de Paris, whei
the glass roof fell in, it was thought tho
house was falliig, and people rushed
about madly; some jumped from. the
corridor into the yard.
About twenty-two minutes pist five
O'clock day light began to glinner
through the murky canopy of dust, and
-' five minutes more we could see our.
r i rn t . Then the rain poured
049ta hqnrhitie ohw uu u
The iihtinc states that a younr ma.1
coinntted smici(e froi fright durin)g the
storm. In the suiburbs nimnerois casui.
alhitis are mentionedl, s also in port
The Northern Riway suff in tch
P-Oerio platform blown away, amui L%-e
menit killed, Btlgrani tatl n cried
away, and lhe electric wi m hr iken.
Tihe Western Hail'way !as ad th e
tati ons of Moron and Merio uinroofrl
also, a shed in the Plaza 01co. Fori N
pers-ns were in the Merio Station when
the roof and pillars were carried away
but, happily, rjj escaped unhurt. Th
turret of tle MOrollo Church is biowAn
'Tie loss in the river is very severe
A small bowt in the roads ue.. and
it is feared fii hands drowned. The
captaii of an; Americrn bark threw out
a buoy, but all to no purpose.
The schooner Carlotta capsized ir the
roa(. Several vessels have gOne to
A lighter, with Wool bales, was cap.
;ized in tle canal.
A pilot-boa: in tie canlal was also
ilown over. Captain ai,d three sailors
The boat of a Spanish vessel, with
)0ot and three sailors, capsized in thu
oads; all lost but ono man, picked ip by
n American outside.
Mfost people say that such a storm
ras njever before felt in lluenos Ayres.
:he dust elotnd hiad an angular exten.t of
ixty to suventy degrees, and its force
,as "mine to ten," being equal to the
The police repo& lives a list of sixty.
iree roofs .and welIl lown down in the
ty; but the ftfr 9 thte storm was
uenI On the ousskilt, and we hear fresh
sport, of widespread damage. In one
lace some shimgles were carried a dis
Lace of three hundred yards, one pene.
ating a thatch roof and another euttingi
nen a horse's forehead as shough with a
Meo. Somer carte *ere throwir in,to a
,teih, and) in one ease a bullock ea' was 1
en, with she osuen sa~pended . . the
r. A friend) of ours was carried off
* baloon.y .twenty yards, and then
yhtly deposited on~ terra .Mrma,
'Tieconsumption of wines in Great r
ritain last year reaoe a million -
ilons per month, just double what it
is befare the redu...o of dls.
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