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ING, AT $8.00 . Mtlt VOL - III.] WINNNSBORO, S. ',TH RSDAY, JU LY 5 1866;. -7. iIMus aksr
i I-m,anded in, or thev wfill a
(o6 1an U6.]
Only a gentle word
To the louc and friondless oe&
Oily a helping hand,
And the work is done.
Only a sileat kiss
On the suffoier's burning ro.w;
Only a cooling drink,
And the dim cyo birghtaO now.
Only an angry tonc
Oilly an unkind word
Only a woided leart
Oily a sigh is hear,d.
Only a wandeerr- lole
.aziug on a palace and dome;
Only a "wide, wide'world,"
But no place to call "sweet home."
I)Duly a dlrenma oif lovo
in golYen, siblight hour;
Only rewa'b-re( joys,
And thorns witere once'worc flowers,
Only a ring pf p
Only a futture fair,- It
Only a faded bud
And a tress of raveni 1Airr J
Only aubitiotis hopo
Cheri.hed in by-gone days;
A Laurel ortwhed and de4d,
And at witlerod wreath of Mo.,
Only two rosobud,lipo,;
Only two doWn-cest eXqx z
Only a soft, *1hit#+htdi
In another hand it eS
. I x.
Only at ianly arm
Encireling a fair young 4r4 1
-Only a ivhispered word
And a love jo.fond and wArpl.
Only a bridal46ath zn
Only a loving 0 a
Only two haftX#4e Qng;
And a grt pOr b$
And a snow-vth$,Aim p84d,dheek -
OnMly a lily hand
And a bluo eyo,ot aknd ik.
Only a' cradle thordi
Only a babo at rest,.
Semingsostill and fairy
Like a-birdling in Its nest.
. Only afuneral trmin -
..0 ug >uta naAing hier4
Ony 4 tag igj ;
Only a littlo grayo,,
And a ad forma bowingthwme
Anaa fervent.silent prayer.
Only a hall'owed spof
Whore the gravesof loved enes io
'Only' a etifedsobg
'Only a deep drawn. sig!'
'Onlyt a few sihorg ycQB P
.Andthe tale of life is toll,i.
MIn. DAv is IN EVnoi'- Ill a recent
diplomatic correspondince between Mr.
Adams, Minister to E3,uiopi, and Mr.
Seward, just published, the former, in i
letter dated June 15, 1,3 svays:
The inten-e int-erest teare!sted ini the
fate of Jeffersot Davis is one of the
phenomena of this remuarkable era, and
thon ndds: Carefully -disavowin the
imdlgens of th i ightest ..erimnioiOU,
feeling towari. Mr. l-ivis or any of his
aseUcati-, I have :xpressed tile hole
that the ends of justice might be sati4fi.
ed with the le.st -pi0.4bIe effusion 'of hu
man blood. We have had enoiigh of
slanghter and of public ahd private tise.
ry. Especiallv has a s,.vere retribution
a lIeady been visited upon thee mis
-guided p)eople, who had l their watn
ton obl-timavy brought, it. ail u1ponl the
coitry- If eveni Mr. Davis could be
disgraced, and then suffered to ?ink into
oblivion, withot. seriourly impatring the
force -of the exampal in the view PI lat.
t.or genewrntions, I should be perfectlv
If Mr. Davis, having,. utdor all the
safeguards of our law!, tiidorgoino a trial
for his offeince, should be - - oved gui!ty.
coidtmne11d, and centencL 1.0 suiTer the
last penalty, the .responjii* lithy of inter
po.ition voild then devovVe upon the
President. I hind no dhd(bt that he
woild ieet it with the dtity and 'im.
1)111tli tiat became hifdtlce. Neit It
er wa14 I dWposed to believe that what
ever it iight, be, its dicisi n, if given in
Ihe nIanter di(licRted, wo Id be attend.
(%1 by aly'of the evil cot sequencer to
the roputatioi of our country aln over
civilized Europe, which seemed 6,1 a
inat.er of so much conce; n to l. ene.
niies not less than our friends.
Mr. Seward, it replying to t.his h.ter.
says'he had read witlini-asure Mr.
A.dIans' remarks upon ditiNIiestion what
penaLty ought to be ir:q 4ud upon Jef.
ferson Davis, wlch g eil is so ui.
.versally ud. s4' earaovdL discussed in
11urop1e. 'I of,ia " r A1iutA iments
are deemod just and wise."
A GooD U
doMi-:Y, ALA.. June 20.--Some. time
since you published a series of resoli
tiois,'pnssed by tha v:hite people of
Marion, in Perry cen.vry, Alabama, in
which they spoko ki.ly v OVheir former
slave , and expressei a desire to assist
then hi educating theiu 'children. 'Re
cently the colored people helda meeting
in the Baptist Chureb, in Alarimn, to
responI to this wiso action, and passed
the following resolutioni :
WhVereps, The white citizens ofihdis
communitv, otir former mitters, have by
a series of resolutions expressed their
approbation of our feeble attempts made
for the education of our children, and
also their willingaeas to extetnd a help.
ing hand to uis:
Resolve, T while we cantnot but
rejoice at oi liboration faom slavery,
we hold . tint, the most pleasant
feelings towd our former owners, and
rejoice thait a feoling of kindness and
willingnless to help us is latif-sted by
Resolved, Thath s we believe we must,
remain a part of the populition of this
country, it is ucinbent ott us to Cni
vate kindly relations between the white
and colored people, nd ji is Alia.an' im.
peritive ditty laid upon-its to cultivate
our minda aid to edueatel our chilaren.
Resolved, Thit a, committog of' seven
be appointed to conter Wi!h tha gentle.
men of the other conimiitt-, and perfect
such arrangemersas they- bidieve will'
ivork for thte improvemen.t of our racej
and wte ple.dge ourselves to tuppoht;them
vath all the~ menna:tnour poker..
As.P'rey was, onteof fl10 moay popu.
ous s1Save counties i the State, the
d~ove may be considered highly enucoar.
eging.-incinnati Gazette -
iTi~fHools St, Iaookout:.Mgmin~r are
.b'cQmm gto he tharoaged with visitors.
tWohVt't& t'op, "a torrespondenr. hav,
"eight battle fields, the city of Chart'a
n6egd, Rosevill, MislonayItidge, and.
the fer - seppee of , forest and plajnt,
*re,aghing to. the Vriiia and glia
montains,/wese pli ~ib 1i.C
-' Nineteen: thouabd- iieu hae been
soorui$eA for,the ueenlar areny. *aiA.
DEATH Fntox' A SNjz. F
learn that-a ni6- atrrh deth frbll a
snake bite ocerred' in 1wer 'kyite
coint.y on &3uardP%y aA 46tbr.
inaut states that as Vr.,J9ro orl
was passing t'h0ugh his fel e' uden.
ly trod on a coperheha sake. one or
mdet venonous.4eoios'of -reptiles fotid
in the state, and in in inhtant its favigs
were embedded iu -his right Jey, causing
nt the time only a-slight ting mr pi.
The shnko then glided out ofs.pr , while
Mr Logan after a 'brief se'ech, 'roce'd.
ed about his out.-door 'labors. Nothing
serous was npprehended in tonsequenpe
of the bite till the lapse of lialf an hour
or three-qliarters, when rte pain becom.
n.g annoymig, he doe ed it h'st to go to
his residence and app y some reme6ly
External and itteriA use of whisky n'id
Iuiditium was resorted"to,but insteid:of
receiving relief the wound began rapidly
to swOll and spread till the'fiaily became
alarmed and dispatched a servant f. r
a physician. Bofore however the 64r
vices of any could be obtafiiA; M Lr. L0.
gan's condition cottinned to iget worio
till the close of the day. (abuiit six honre
after lie was bitte, )wln -he became
wild and delirons and spa'sm after spasm
ensued, lasting till la'e in-th1 night. when
l-e diwd iti the most agonizing manner.
His leg and- almost his whole per.
son, we are iformed, were, veiy muelh
swollen when he diell, and .light pur
plish green color. thus showing that Lh4
poison had dis.eminated itself through
-the w-hole at4im.
Ono of ti6se deadl0 soipentd was
killedLon trio farm of Mr. Slaughter, in
Chesterfield, a ft!. weeks since, ..y a
negro employed 1here. 1, was in the
act of springig, when kill.
Tjx L,ISi1,ATURE AND TI CONSTI
Ttiri,xvi, AMN N MDNT.-I t 1s stated
litI.GUArtor S.wann will not call an
extra sessi n of thu'Marvinfid LegiA[,
ture, 4to ratit.v the donAtlttional amend.
meit. A dispatch from WRsIhingtdn
s"ys, also, that it is rumored in tat
city that t.he -Governore9f at-least two
or threo Western States will not ctn.
ene their-Statc Legitntes for thU
purpose of ratifying the constitutional or
reconsiirction amendment. The friends
of the Administratiqn are. fully satie
that it will not be acted, upop by t4e
necessary number of Stares (twenty.
three)- berore the fall elections. I is
nlso coasidered vory-doubtfil whether a
quortm of tho Tennessee Legiflitafe
can he got together thi a-summer.
Balh,norc Sun, 2GtA ult.
Professor Agassiz has got as far as
Rio Jiiniro on his way. -hune, and in.
tends a halt of s,me weeks in th: Braz
ilian capital. By. way of relaxation he
has prepared a series of lectures, 'id the
Freftcl langlage, decribing t Io plo
gre'ss and reanhis of his lbbor vn the!
Ainazon. The first of.. ovrm w4s re4C
at 'dte Imperial Qqllge on the 8th of
May.. He said it the prevalent'opin
ions of the sterility and itsailnbrity df
the Valley of the Anagon wee "W.
founded, Knd .he looked forward to eee
it the hono (f tNty -millions of cjyii
zed Ieople. le spoke well of the Ni-'
peror, who was theit to hear ttimd &v
left everybody '%.ho could understWd
the lecture, highly pleaed with i kik
Gusiave Dore, tio wondlerful ilhs .
tor of classice, is still 6 fregnent sil%jol't,
of converoatil1 rij. Hq Was born
in Strasbr Id ll, an& btt me be
regarded a lAif Seman In-= h.
He. coosameqtd'his s1ap Vele*,'4bops
wheni only 16,,on; theJeurnal pur NF
whrinagsertatures gain4 'ijnte
are' already 're~r nuimeroua than, any
half:des&i of. Ohe oldeut artiSts . its thle
rtdby tlWIWg rof enialr eith th~e
Ordr:o thr1ephntohicaa been
oaqfered upon A i.o'i'ewqbmI 5Ig.
aide q(.t.he lg
potrodW, is on ex e a Bets.I
9ptth Crolina. -J~ * apm a -
tnly a few quick throbs,
And tie: heart is still.and cold.
61ny a itusting heart
Or an ibelieving soul,
A hothe of otorinal joy
Or of iotdloss Woe---its goal.
To. oft wo liglhtly spoaL
Of another'ts,joy Qr grief;
Too vaguely dream of death,
And of the soul's belief.
"Only,"-in carelss tone,
V'oin he,0edless lips 'twill creep,
"0uly j"-lis'a little word,
3itt with meaning vast iud deep.
May 22, 1866. PETITE.
A Favorit.e temperance Tecturer down
South used to rla1te the following An.
eedote to illustrate the influence of a bad
enmple in t1 formation of habits, rnin
'61s in theit eflTect.
A.dii , and Mary, his wife, were very
g,nd mneinhers of the church, good sort of
(ulk-; an11Y wafY, quite indistrious and
t4riving in Ilie world.
WNIiievor t hS minister called to make
M y A.visit, which was often, she Con
119d. to haw a glass of good toddy
gpqd and th minister never refused to
Sera while Adam got to following
the'example. of the minister to such an
*extent that lie bebame a drunkard
4rank up svery tIing ho had and all he
cul4 get. Mary' atil Ad.am became
vory poor in consequenlce of his follow
ing tlt ministers e.kiible soclosely, but
th-g-nmiiist,r nntiuned "till to get
his glass of toddy. One day he called
in and told Mary he was going away for
a,week-should return oir Fridav--alid
handed her a book containing tile cate
-ahisn, and told, her when-. lie returned
lie should expect her to answer the
questionq. Mary said yes, and laid
away the book carefully. But Mary
like it good many others, forgot it tintIl
te very Friday that the good minister
as to return- "What shall I do ?"
asho; "the minipter is to be here to
day; and I- haven't looked in the book
e, gave me I How can I answer the
1-I can tell you." said Adamt; "give
:.1 9quarter, and hit me go over to
piti's ond get sone good rum, and
,you cat answer hini with a glass of
todav? - -
- Wavy:took t'he kdvice, gave Adam a
iquitter and a jug, and off he started.
After gewipg his jng, filled, and- on his
Iy bi ck, Adam concluded to taste the
run). uie taste followed another until
huinled ov6r a pile of rocks and
lbiok&te jng and lost all the ruin.
Atium managed tostagger'home.
I spowp he got into the house Mary
Pitted vernxionsly for the rum.
P6or.Adrni tiAlaged 'to Oanimer ont
thal lie sthmbled over a,pile, of rocks.
and- broUo -the j4g, and spilled: the rtm;
Mary was in a fix-Adam drunk
tle minister coming-the rum gone
ithd the -questione- unlet tied. But ere
times,thi minister I It won't fd. for the
w.)# of p4 o se AdAmn 4runk, so. ahe
for,.yAnt,DJiRa ;lytter -pl! c tohi4 In%
r. A ftertti g a few %tomen ; _.
asked'Marj if..ishetcozd answer he
.Mary trurnled he is lfirst On wy,
nh'd deon th&"oh'e'r, and dA lly M~iaumar.
. ?Is fll6-. il. o oe;
Ita ig :AaIItpr', tjin to
191 kln brt hp, vetge a not ser
A.MaMvlOoke athe. ministet, AIin at
yoh may Cpme out': n6a' al'bdut
-1' gil drebrtetirdokMe
ardidA4forhes.a aso tdde, /
c :eledh4vndane ap ab a
!oticy. 'It remarks that Ovsy cotrarp Uha
vktuin itself colpleting. iqterpets,,pnd ve
i-ropery says tit true sitptesnanshii 'ooa
Pi4wt lu h1riofizing thove lhItees s'
as it 9ay bq pposibie,to do #9, IP .o%
try of sunb an' e,tensive area as the t.nite~
States, hivin g lubh divost ofolfbsatle bol
and produotio111,th01 AppardUt ihqdatltLqPg
will forovor exh.p in a greateror 16ss dogr4t.
Tht? Avataoche sa
. The cold. ou 4d bawr'n -gonh,"
England rend 'pikely.that-her pqa,
1!e could b've' - 1iveariculturalists''
but her fine I inade it cetain that she
totld become. 41 Re a tohritime anA
naval section, .o train her ions fo, the
at dious ad dangerous serv]6e necehacry t6
huUd her up Ip that, respect, flsbijg Loun,
ties, from the cominont" rea-ury, wcre grnt
ed them. As her population increased. ho
people begot. 14o 1a $hieir attention to man
utactures, as more remunerative than agri
etltitlre ; and the war of 1812 gave in inipet
us.to this branqh of in4ust-ry which ho
since become so fruitful of wealth to the
New Englahd 'mtaihtacturir. When the 'Wa
was 6ver, that interest. -askd, for, prooevdA
for the tIrst itn tblhaitory the 9vtv.
ment, and Mlr.Callboun. of uth' Car n1
advocaned It.as a nienshire of3stice t e
ple. who), during the v-ar, had large iu
vested in man'ufactorics, an'id who taul
tiffer eits sudden cloi, i thv' had to
thou1ght this proteotion should have a lim'
tation ;'thit it fthould ektOifa to but a fel
years, so nse enable the faetories to adopt
all ile. ipodorn:iIprovenmts in . Iaclhiangy
and pla?e thi'r bn footing .to 'niAnd an un
proteeted compiftion with ktie world. I'hn
It, was tha'. tles #ystetu began, Dud it Was so
. alatable to the ,lankeq faste 'that a perma,
-hent bounty of' protectioh at the'elpense of
the great luter.e.e of the oUser seotiqte of
the.Union Is did by the Tn'ee a mittet
of right. .ffhst was but a Vehnsporary lbdhW
pmnce., er Bigi d dealreA'sJall beo
manqt systep, fr a, k\rthr Infltion q4(
bloateA ospetty.Thebe New E n derq
h I 4 tiat4 it the ou"h shal ever
regaJn'r power In Coggress, she pan with
fhe North-west, eheek-nate thehi In all
t heir future plans far financial rendite
mant; and this is the reason why't 6- Routh
is denied rehabiliiatlon int.o tho Union."
There .s doubtleps ror4 t.ruth 'in this
view of the present attj.tude of the 'adical
party. The-: dread a union of thes iiatural
atiaes in legiation, which would 6nques..
tianably be i-oted against higi Aariffie,
and aliother measures te"'ding a enrich
New ,nglaud at 'the expente of - lh the
WestAnd the S&uth.
. 1ictto Gn'Wxn)CA WrIT A b2-A
eweet little inoident iel'ate by the ' .
She says . Iaek*d.att4 1y last.evenik.
.&Have you called your grwiAma .
"Yes. When I went to call ner she was
asleep. antl didn'j , kupw Ao)w to waken
her. Jdid't wish to holler at grnttdma, nor
fo 'Shke ier; so I kissed her ;eh"ek atd that
woke her very soffly. i Thei I ran into thi
,bll and saiq prott lo I d tea its
i- eRdy.* Andmhe'isVrOw*%6 *b%h
Do *b find anything iore swelto, delicate
aia4,19vqjy thian.t11 $R l .annaIspfpoetry-?
C4p opnvntionality iMprove'up6 such pa
litiossc pontileius ift thit heart bf a sia
R 6ir.' -at,ria 'and the
King or Prttsbin save botkh signiffid thekr
inteinion ofireupg priv& prty
.ptt.pi inl ths copling,war, ts "et pegqf
1,help possspOs gavy., enotg to r(1 n
body uitil harm 0the acrifOed in 'l6
grbat AR it seeik blit 'i., h%
.ldm, iinnetionotblv-dh 1ndica1iht,tq& A
valuab oie. of tle advne 4rdeivilis..
M Vfrryin Zs,-h
he'*61t on th'adM 46o Oglfo'PM,
i'ey keptthe ohlokoph in thi hA4cJ*4rq,
o.Zlu beef inho 1bu orks near, tue
r4mAa t; aniwhen y a r it of
discneted .in oniai'na. svenvy i4t 64.
how the surface, andi jst ibtiy Pi n
ienso bed of rock salt.
Mr. A. J.W l hMb6 rt
nade 1hmnI life;oidht dat frod,th6
dhemieal coaljde4n of'thi ple,ets,"m Jo
thtien yeais~f the ilah IIba a
risen WonFd tdIetikf of aisar ouseand
tbbiffnes tdi tsbofe :mOe. hqNd , sed
69411/ totle t atl r a. l