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NEMIS SUOIMA IY. In
The deal b is annotinceei of Angelo Came- ,
roni, the Italian seulptor. Co
A sod4a fountain exploded in Poughkeep. da
Pie Witely. OMe mnn hurt and fifty Fright.
Silken Thiers miade his opposition speech Poi
the photogmrliers of Paris have sold 300,- "ll
(t00 of his pictureq. Uo
M1rs. Edwin James has written, and tie j
Pall M1all G ,, i ias .iashid, a novel col
Called " lu'irel:, Or Social Fe4ters.". PH
'1The dealth penalty has been restored in ""
A young lily seven feet high is one of co
the sights of elemhili4. In
Californin produced $200,000 worth of r(
strawherries last year. il
I1epublienm papers retuso to print negro pe
Sicelhes, Nasih's for inlstance. ci
New York lias sFuecred in domeslicat. e
ing in its Park a large numiber of Englishm
The submir.ritno cable, to connect Cuba 10
with -'lorida is one hundred and (enl mimlies
A Frenchmiian has delned fmilelity tobe
",a devil o an itchimig whicit 'tis forbidduen or
to sn UIh." it
Filxy XIiliC of New Albiany have ibeen
iititled in the inlyetrCies of the I.Eastern I
Star degree-nt side issue of Mlasonry. l
A quarrel iboul tenm cents ierolled im fhe
inurder or Alberi Dyke by John Itapp, in ,
11wardevillt, I linois in-t. Week. n
One 1man in Gardner, 1iine, has nadle a n
clear prolit of forty thetusn doibirs in ice
cut this year from tlie Kennebet- river.
Clearly 'mm hias m'rade an ico thiig of it.
A bialy leaviig homie wwa thus atdd ressed
by her little huy : "lai:moin, will y-11 re
lmmmemer ind buy me a pteniny whi1tie, annimd
let it he it roligious one, so thai I cal use i:
The cash rcceipl:: of tie Conunit-ioni fom'
tIhe reliIf the ier Ii the Pont h, nmrnt to
$105,o, of whicb New York cono,.* A 'p
'i, 0 andjti 4r C'alifornia .141,000.
1mioo ~ )),ti joumd~s *1 lir' i~l1t
Abouit 100S00ptd tagm ult
of r , madp% from ieel rout. lins jmst been
irceivedl fit Sp'ringtield, Ill., from a Iann.
l:reliry recently establishied in irmingimn
County, in that Sinte.
Russell County, Va., will ex port li
'yearl $30,000 worik or mules ard n r,,
Worth of horses 1ndm4 c:r1tie.
he ecedhetn of 'eniessee are requirL
to Pity their i oll-ax before they canl Io
alowed to vote.
TIPelerphR I it commI1unicalinII Wili ta,-an
wilti uI openeid b the ii ofimne.
The inhabitans of Nevw Yok enomtred
one cent each towards coli iling the la .
censurs of, I hlat State.
A young gentlemien who pisseid an A No.
I examliration at a Celbiiried law -chool in
New Engla, a year ago,*Iturnm out to be a
ient iul and fas yoiunig itaiy, of good fatmi
ly, Who was inl 1863 i a 8.ond Lieutenmantt inl rl
ihe arito .
MI.. rlinslih, tile Governor elect of Con
inectient, hAs veceived froim it clergymnan tie
present of ai eaigl's quill, with he request
thal hr rhWoulI wrile his inauguiral message S
The Ctlafoi'rnit pipers are discussing the I
coimpnralive height o the monniimt is in The il
Wes, ant Cla tim 11oun1 \Vhitney, in Cali.
urn'ill, as the highest in tIe co'iutry. t an
altitudo of 15,000 feet. 'I hey cut down i
Mrount Iiood to 1,0, andl Mount St. Elias
to i4,000. 3i
Thm Conmuttintg Gei'ri has, by oder, A
e'staidlishmed Priov'sts Cort s f'or tire iistr'icts
of litfieldr a mnd lmarmrwell, Thiey arec for [
meainmg cermrs in wh ichi time calored r'eti
<lenl s ar e inte restedm.n
Them .vor * ofemanc'011Oiptionmr hus beeni be.
gnuin 1mhr il bys der'ieein the im freedomr of si
iher rrtaveus on thet puin diiomri, abo' ii
enter c Ithe aey The' wo of t mceyasoii limet
flJreSI marri arle also el. i oneirrm hav ye
itemii' oft lily :winti wlrlakeslin , ofi thdce
'steamer ining i Sineas iins~lI tre ptr
leted~cr wip '. sni of'threor yers rcite #1
'Iment iptary, tim coidera0 ~th of' lhe dilin- to
guhO itr o alilitmy with wimc heas plundrem
lvisI pase'eyre Itm andikickedtimibo rine
'uggetiverin i~t'sef-isa prrd n heS
* 'VranIo papeYr. AnordUe was rcivedCi W. l
.', im Jnan strn $6,000trt of alrecher o
be'l musedfor tnm liery m a noont mtml 1 wih ki
wa lied byilo ofmhe .jtamri' n ymtisu him et
* I"'iirl imr, ho iat preset eiingneo i tho er
Iid is a 11 ikingo' Ixm fa stuc'I s iimi wmi csf
learinmg, ile brecmam a iguist, nrequir-ed
a thmoroumgh knowlmeege of the~ clsis studi.
em I miedicinie, look his dipiloma with amiilinhe
honors, anmd y'et wias tll Ithe while a Journ'mai. Itro
ist, niol Iosing, diurinmg thiese years of' stu 'y, or
t'me opportunmitiesn for piromlotion in time ]lr..'
add oflier., whmere ire becaimie a carrespondnt,b,
a muembor of time edlitorhin slan, amid tinnliu i
as we saild nbove, mnaging-edtitor." t1
The New Y'ork Wlorldi says: m Cerfanir
agonis of thme Firem' lmsuranrco t'onmpanie>
'ave mnade Ilmemseives amid thelir emtple- u
r a b o u l o usi, , i f o it o di i o ui , br y i s s um i i i n g a r e n ,. 0 1
fia tons ir -es ordieringi tieeigit
tougimakr thek fromley t m'kin glimiou
dis ohctn in imaberdsl'if tao, uis xrmel t
-stronlyconemneb the Peoplo of alle. i d
Newonnntions. The .'ei ave hedting te oh
thifobet onation ofistinctiad ot fao
ya eeneing,. s as dtecilld tolapol am a' i
panies orn the o fensivetum rder80. Iti
reintion to the destitution in this Ste,1
Times says :
dr. 11. A. Meetze, of Lexington Distriet..
C., writes I ho Southerin Fajaino lelieI
rumnission, in a letter received yestor
S'lo destitution in our District is imt.
nse. and unless our frieotis nt a tdistnice
I at npronitly atal contlainuously, for
no Iline to come, i unan life, I fear, inl
ny cases, will be lost. We hope flint
d will give us a good deal of wheat : but.
i cantt. he gatliered tentil te in iddle of
ite. I ai now receiviig i the 200 sacks of
- sent tliraigh Gmena. Scott, anl tihe ap
cants are wit hout 1nunlher alinost. I nm1
.e, if you could siee. nas I do. poor wome-n
iting, some asi far ats fro fifteen to t weti
miles, on foot, to carry ialf n baishel of
rn or aneal back, anid tle thankril ex
"mssion of coiit elance witll which tIley
!eive it, yol would tiurely concl le t hat
'a1 will hllss those engagel in a charity
i t h6. In the natno o(f our uffering
op1le, I retturn to you anal yournuble asso
ilos our leart-relt gratiturlo for your
iierots etiorts, nnal in tlie nane of siil'er.
g liuniaity, inny you coniti nuc ien."
On ti- 27it lilt., the comtniaission sent
)no) lusia of corn to Chafrt.oit i, 1. C.,
In. (list ributel amoong tho det it Ile of tIlat
ate, inider the joint <lirection of Major
neranl Sinai , tho District Couinailer, and
Tle coinaaosioi also received, lately. dis
ersinc reports or the ela'sltimiin. Mr. IV.
I tobertson. of Fairielul District, S. C.,
riles, froma Wiiishoro, S. C., A pril .1 :
"Ili fire hirlecti in a m11ost el atil 41is
se41< vontiion, ned iless somo !peelly
id subslantiat aid is ret-ired. God oinly
aows wiat tle sai restait. will bo. I sup
me there arc, in iai4 Disirict, at least one
amuininl hutnan beitigs, ieindii'g black
., white, tiow neeling charitable nasist
iee. They are literally without food, 1mo
1y or credit."
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Wednesday Morning. April 24, 1867,
D). 11. Mc('lm 1W;iT, Em-raont.
TriRDEF I)OTl.Als per vrnar: TWO D11!. \Rs
r i mnnilla ; ONJU OLhI.At foir alre' noitilh, -
23-il, - n "gretanhicks' ain I igl. e i <'l'- '4 ent .
t.'r- Tiaare ptier %Ill lip .sa enli- i 4 ist he e I.
t'i' oa filh tima' ir wi cli p-oymne-,t Ihis tug, i it al'
0. rihwr.s i il i nt araa'na ark m tit' wrinliar or
' Of r he-r in . 'r, w.11 tientrstanl tit tilr tiiae
IA.tyI TI'SING ti A1lI --Ona' Dmml'nar air rqaa-ue
r alie lirqt, miadl sm vonty five reiti4 r r em-t siliai.
'iit lit- erlimi. A ,rilire e'oisi.h oit't lmit ment tic u
4 .1 lmItawelve liaaa $1- ,l a a.? tylil
C1.1'1 H ATE ' 1 -- I relies- tls ymrr Tit lit". Ilh-,
.m:'urmA. Ati extra eneay to tae iim-rmuin 1iniki U lip tile
atih. na f r ith" Ii1 itiminr a. 1I7.
C m" W ihl imntth t'..m O hn h to n chii1 b.
'14rn1. -mail &I'hl miwaiai y a aimid. the it-rsoniaa lm:itaaing tle
' m I mie ny n itnhr of nraii ati t thesa m o, mato'.
V o, Oi w a It illitinct I nairai'imml thl;t otir
- i0 1i r s . rmiIOn, 1atn risna g uiaI jih w11 irk W are
Hon, Hosrschol V. Jolnson.
The freod ment, says the Charleston
1.1wS, had t great mass ameetinlg in
ugusta, (l Oil Saturday last, nt
hichl manIly speoucheS wvere delivered;
mIong them one by ex-(Gov. lerschel
. Johnson. i1e said that lo cotild
idrems tlie colored peoplo ms his
icnds i li wished thcn well and dc
red their prosperity mad vamneec-I
ent in the tocial scale, and success
I all vIrtuous and worthy aims. Ho
kid lao had reason to be their friend.
"When this war began, in the
rovideneo of lod., unler the laws of
ae land, as they thon existed, T own
I i large number of slaves. During
i our intercoiur'se, while they stood
a that relation to Ime, I can
Iy that I iever perpetrated, inl
mtionally, toward them an act of in
astice oir oppression. Neairly nll of
aem aure in niy service to-daty. Tlhey
en may faiends. Thecy ate conitented
-they are happy. Theay expect, to
are eqlually with mie the ft iits of
acir ha bor. .1 havie emnployed them t
ae pre'tsent yeuiar in the busiaiess of
~rie.ul turie. TIheo writ ten cont rat
~tween uas is t hat they iare to) re
i'.e onaaehalf of alhl that is miiade upon)1
e planita tiona, andt itf they3 are fait h
1, and P'rovidoneeo senads sunshaine
di rain, they will realir~e a handa
mne remunaerat ion for their toil, anti
shall seo to. it that they re~iceive
'ery dollar to which they maiay be en
tled. TIhae relaitions between mei
ad themna before they were eaneni
ated, wa':s tat of mutual coneidence,
udaess anid fr'iendshaip. Since their
Ianicipation that relationa has under
me very little chanmge."
lHe then prioeeded to tell theam thaat
was a great mistake to snppose thlat
cisc who were recently slaveholders
ierish feelings of unkinidness towardl
53 negro race,
"it is not so. The tone anal toem
r of all thle better and more sensible
opuile, so far as I have been enabled
asertain, are kind, mnagnan imious
id janst. I amt aware, mny friends,
at in var'ious forms efforts lhave boon
ade to induce you to believe that
Swhite race ar'e y'our onmis
'5 * * .* a *
"M1y friend s,you and I, and all of
,are Georgians ; we were born up.
her soil ; our k ind red wvho haave
ne 1 e'foro usa sleep in tl.o dust of
r beloved State ; we have been rais
together ; our children have play
together, together we have passed
r'oughx many scenes of' sorrow ad
lietion, as wvell as cenjoyedl many
'ues of happiness and of hope. Are
I thrse memaories of the past to go
r' naught, and will you in the hurry
the moment, at the suggestion of
o?O who, perhaps, do not understand
r, take it for granted that we must
enemies to eaoh other, and array
u'selves in hostile attitude at the
allot box, and in all that .concerns
ar political welfare? Will you take <
forgrantedI that wo are antagonila- i
c. and cannot li.e :.n --a a-d ba
uony I My fricnds, let no such fool
ngs as these find a permanent lodg
neut in your hearts. At all events,
ive to tle raco agaiist whom it is
ought a fair trial. Put themli to the
est., and if they refuse you your
'ights of freedom-if they persistently
mrstuo a course of iinjustie'e, then
,ithdraw your confidence ; but, as
Wensible imnc men, do not till then.''
We regret that want of space for
ids our giving his remarks in full.
loy were ill excollent spirit, full of
xlolesoie advice, and cannot but be
producti% e of good resilts.
Important Order from General Sickles.
To-day ve publisi tho imiost iipor
tant order which has18 yet emalated
from the I leadquarters of this M ilita
The order is plaIin enough for all to
h'Ile Charleston Mlercury in alluding
to the order says :
"The sununary of the whole is,that
"there shall be tin imprisotnment
"whatever upon civil process except
"il cases of fraud ; tht debts arising
"or accruing diuring the war cainnot I e
"Ciforeed by execution upon proper
"ty and that pending proceedings in
"such Cases are stayed ;-thazt tl sale
"of property for debts contracted prior
",to Decembt 19, 1860, is suspended
"for t welve montis ; that tle sale of
"property by foreclosure of mortgagt
"is similarly suspentded uiless the in
"terest accruing since May 15, 1865,
"shttall not have been paid before the
'"day of sale ; u1n1d that there is a
hoestead1 exemption inl the Case of
"famiies, and of garmients and tools in
"the case of famailics, and of garimenits
"1anid t ools of ild iv iduals.
"There his undoulbtedly been ini
"'finte listress inl this State caused by
"thle act ioin of erCeditors wio were ,tix
"'ious to secire a first lien upti on tle
"property of their debtors ; and it. is
geiarnestly hoped that Geteral Or(ider
'"No. 10 may prove to be beteficial in
"its every result,
The Military Stay Law.
W'e have published tie order of
General Sickles to af'ord relief to the
d'brors of his Military .District , anld
there i.s; no doubt great relief will b
afforded. But there is onte relief,
Which all the orders from all tihe olli
cors, both civil and military, in the
land, catn never give-and4 that is re
In1er CLniti tihe binld ing force of an1 obli
gat ion to pay a coi amout, of
money. The law may be stayet inl
its application to eniorce con tracts,
and a sacrifice of property tImreby
aibated ; Itt there are muen who feel a
burden of indchtedness f'lroi whi ich
they seek no rcliof, and would accept
1101, except that which enables thiem
to canctl all claims amainst them.
Credit is a favor, we care not wheth
er' it be for mioney or its equivailent int
sometthling else, a d t ho amatt w~ho is
f'avored withi credit, and stops short of
soti rming that trust in him t by atnothI
0tr, wi ih anty thing le'ss t han a full re
turn1 of value received, is not in a cont
l1ition to appr~ieciate properly the tirue
nitent oif such on auiitho~r it at i ve deca
ation11 as the order from (etn. Sickles.
Ite whot does a ppreciate it, will steert
'or thie next twelve tmonthis in the
nainagemenitt of h is biusinecss int sucht a
rvay a~s to be betteor pr'eparedl to meet
my climis against htim, andt~ thte (1e
nandi~s oft which atre tabted for that
*engthi of timet.
The R ichmn c2011(orrespontdent oftthe
~ow York Wor/d writes thtat "Genie
rtal Schofield hais iniformted a ammber'
~of (lie Virginian House of delegates
that theo disqualificat ion to v'ote or
'heldl ollie docs not apply under thte
'reconistruiction bill to personis who
'were forced into the rebeol service by
'contsecript ion, notwithstanding they
'had takeni an oatht to suipport the
'Uonstitution of thte United States,
'and served in any of the capacities
'eanerated in the prescribed form of
'ontht. 'fThis wuillI reduce0 the num22
'ber of persons disqualified to v'ote or
'htold office to a very small margin.
'The disqutalifcation will be contfined
'altogethter to those whto v'olunteored~
'in the early part of thte wart, few of
'whtom are ntow hiving. 'The survi
'vors are princeipally of the conscript
'class save perhaps a few officers wvho
'held ranks from the beginning, and
'obtained their comm)issionts by ap
If the interproetationi of Geon. Schoe
old be as it is given by thtis corres
otdent, the d isfranchtising clause in
he scheme of reconistrutctionm is muich
essextensivo in its application than
ye land ever supposed.
Thte Conscription Act was passed int
ipril, 1802,0 soliht there are v'ery few
'omparatively who are disfranchised.
Ve hope Gion. Schofield is correct.
The Working Farmer.
Weare glad to add to our ox.
hange list so valuable an old friend
a thatS with the above title.
The Wra.s F....... is ...lished
in Now York, by Wim. L. Allison &
"The Torking Former will be sent
"to one subscriber two years, or two
Csubscribers one year for $2, and to
"the persoll remitting u1s the Imoaney
"we will send a Concord Urapo Vine,
"(tle vine which took the Greeley
"prize of $100, at,the ist fair of the
"A mericn Institute) worth 50 cents.
"The Jrorkqin IFarmer is a double octa.
"v of twonty-four pnges, price $1.,50
"per anum, and is writt n for by the
"best Apricultirists inl the country.
For "Cli reila rs, spec iIIII,&c ., con ta in
"ing piVCun in lists, oildresis, Vin. L.
"Allison & Co., 58 ('ortlandt St. N. Y.
Franklin and Jackson,
The ina of thought, and the man
of act ion, witli portraits-Mark Lem
0, of London Punch-portra its of
n1 ineteen Kings and Qucens of Sweden,
Allie Arnold, Poetess-a Cherokee
Legend ; the Origin of the Iluman
Race, of Glame and indian Corn, by
E. Or. Squier- Phrenology ill Schooh
--the lotric S'yste Il-T ight Lacing
Ofa .Badl 1 DreaII-N ation al Salut.
tions-Shoppiing by Mrs. Wyllys
Charity. by 1lope Arlington-Tota
Depravity of Int'ants- the Active anm
the Passive-Origini of Life-Pope.
Essay on llan-ini May nuimbie]
Phrenologica l Journal. 20 cents, 0
a year, Address S. 11. Wells
editor, 389 Broadway, N. Y.
Mit. Eirmu :-In preceding articles th
wriier has tnninly argued the points involv
edl in The qurstion Or restoration from I1h
preises amiuntu by Ihe opponielts of th1
Const it ut tional Amendment. In citing 1i
different oliject ions made to the acceptquc
of the propitiA presented by Congress
orly a brief notice will tie given to each on
inid after a few gtneral retarks the write:
will prolbly have dione willh the questioi
in your vahtable journal. One point as
sumed -y the opp . ion is that by an no
eeptance of the amendminct our dignit,
suffers, thi.i, it is to be presumed is no
1meanit. as argiimeil nt. tierely a sort. 0
chlivaliek flollri.dh of rhetoric.
Anotlheri point is ithat Mr. Johnson is eu
friend nndiut it rying to help its tti hiat w
woul abnuldon him in the tintir of danger
Well, 111r. Joh llttqn, wa not pectliar1i
friendly to.u- tt diring ItIe war, can't hiell
himself nor us now, neitiher cnn iwe in ow
present coudition nssist him or ourselves.
Anotierpoint is, that 13 iur own act W1
niandon soine of our host and able-st stales
en, exeltie I heInt froii office and tis'ran
Unite inems it we iati our own iro clie
to giatiry this point Imiight be well raised
tot the hiw of Congress gives discretionari
power in the premises, and, there can be ni
goodtnrod n ihitt ihe wihole :-hould be nnd
to sflffer forthe disability of a 'ew.
Anoter point is, that of negro sutirnge
and the fmar is, 11hat1 influences many b6
brought to ben' which Will cotrl te neg r
vote to our, li sIdvnutAge. This, too, iniglh
lhe a welt groundoied iirgiument under diffoer
cr1t Circumiistances, butt 11he act submiittIino
th e Conist itutionial Amneindment , an mtli taro
biltl andi suplementtct le - ei uC noitt a foot o
lenabile grottmd to st andt upon.
"'1)urene:icstliu~ h-tv bt n)4 to the pit;
It is imore wort bay to leap in ourselves,
Than itrtIairy tilt the 'y pulSh us-5"
TJo atilcilpato futher rii'equiremenets, anni
siletly and sutlently awit iturtiino notiho
on thet part of' C~ongresc 5 no0t only thas thli
appeau'rancof cnst ing sutspicion on consor
vat ivie r'epubltis andt otir f'riendis wh<i
v'otet for tte mnilitai'y hill, tbut gives to the
radhienls a fouindat ion fori dematidisig foi
more hiumniliat iig coundit ions.
TheIi vote andi sp1eches mtade upon th
Shiermian resoltionbs reCquiing fiiithter gtuar'
anitees before r'econstrulct ion, show conichn
sively that the Senate wiltlibe satistiod wit
ouri acceptance of thait which tias beein at
ilut eveni though we htad no assurances o
this8 character, stilt our condition couldi not
possibly be made worse byticepting th<
amnetnmetnt, for Itic enact mients of' Congres~s
in reference to alt points w'hichi we deeo
unijust aniloppressivo, are a fixed fact amn
must sitttadnchaniged anid iunchangeable b)
any inhdepenident act of our1 ownt ; henice it b
itle0 to argue pin ts alreindy settled. Thcl
cont iiliotis of altl th .Southertn Statew
rmust provido tamtversat suff'rago anid politi
eat and legal equaltity 01' must remain undes
military power wiche wIll force us to corn
pty with conditions muchl harisher thanr
those already imposed :and~ tie only ques.
lion remaining for sottIlemet. is, will t he
peopl)e of the Sont h live tinder State Oovern
mnents aidtnisered by strangers wsithi
bayonets in their hands to force sutbjectioni
under01 exactions already too burthensomtc
and likely to beconi' stilt more so, or' will
they cho00s0lo take 11h0 rein~s themselves
anid endeavor to make the best of onr had
condition? Any one possessedt of a fair
share of reasonr and comm ton 80ense woutd
not besitate to choose the latter.
It hans beena said by sonme, that the "Con
stituit inal Amnendmenat" as presented tart
year, imposed no centpualsory teirms, and
we were left free to accept or rejet as we
maw fit, henoeo we of course rejected it. Now,
however, that we are forced we shutithl
accept. Th'iis would strike one as being
shor't-.sighted statesmiansh ip, for thie course
pulrsuted by the South was precisely what
riadicals expeetedt and desired. It was this
seeming dIsloyal and defiant spirit which
gave rise to the militar'y bith, and sntob a
coutrse persIsted in, wilt only entail upon us
the worst consequences.
We hay's amongst its a few, who, still
dlefiant and mnwifllng to be elassed with
enbmlsuionists, espresit themselves as indif
ferenlt as to consequonces, and Oven willing
Now, tie maijority of the white people are c
not exactly prcpared for such a wholesale mol
liberality and are not mad enough to re- opel
linguish all to be lavishly listributed by 1[ot
tlie Yankees. But if this class of persons on t
have firmly resolved upon this courso and noo
would as lief ent rust I he Yankees with such and
a distribution. it would be advisable, that of (
they should throw as many obstaclej in the me
(he way of reconstruction as possible, anid to c
it is not improbable, fhat their indiridual vok
cases may be acted upon (o their hearts OI,
fullest extent at no very distant tday. arUi
Reconstruction upon the plan prop'sed I
by Coigress is determined upon by a ma.
jority of' tle people of flie Soulith, and as it d ist
is within (lie power of General Sickles to twe
advance us ini that direction, it is to bn the
hoped tlat registers will be appointed and l
lroper neiasures taken lo bring about. tle
reconstruction at tile earliest practicable i
Til- D.y FoRTY-EIG T llOURS Loo. C
--Last week we showed that the lirst low
beginning of lie day is some where me:
betweeii A merica and Asia. h'le pre
cise Ioca lit.y of that somiewliere has not
been det erutined. If the Pacific Ocea tre
wasi hickly plopiulated with mei, t h of t
pilaci. of Olihe egi inlig of till day would (ro
be a mattr of great ciseq: iice, and I Iri
would probably b soelled by sittet hi'le
*The ubay would start from a meridian rat
line .extendmiig froi pole to pole, and or
the longitude of this diay lie woulid be 4y
so accuralviy fixed. that a man might f
sta nd astrideb it. and roalhze the paradox tie
of hua vinig one foot, in Monday anil the O
other iml Tuesday. Many of the readers
of this will ive long enough to hear coa
this sul t disels.ed till iatiemil co1n- c
We propose now to 'eiw that Mon
(ia, 0or ani y other w.eek d v. is fority
eigtrit houlng, ; wt- mean that, duig (ro
Forty-eight hiours lontlay .s on eatbi'
somewhere to he roilti. The .\londa the
rof thi city is of cutrse tw'Ven tfy. I mrt
hours long, but befor aid alter our
Moity there is N in som". oter ;
qptarter. Vlen Al oibay be'ginis in New
York, tihere have been three hours of
.rndav in inmdon, and far three hour: -..
after our .\mid, ndl t ire will be oee
-Alndaly ml Sanl Francvisco. Timts he- tonl
tween hIl'ese llices onday lasts eigh whi
teen lioutrs. Now if lie day line were giv
at our aitipoles, Monday woi.li bigin wm
cere twelve before our', and enl t welve rec'
houri afte r ours. Thu, fr lite space oft at t
r hry-ight honri', earlth is not rid of win
ondav. Tie fact may be ilhistrated upo
in a1not her wa. Suppose we are at t el use,
lay line. .\o'mday there begr:ins, Ind il l-n
twety f imir louris a hia lo Comes Tio-sdaly. mgC
13i just West. (hlif ani inch, if you pla.se), Sev
Mmday Iv b<-gan oyii an insmunl! b!)1 ire mm1:
it emie east, of Ie lime. The Monday pas:
ea"st of :li- ine i.; t wenty-foiir hours Ion.. ei
anId vest Iof t he l'ne is t he same lengt.h, (con
and in all .\l .1n-bay last forty-eightl. min
hoes-&en.'icA merican. A! :
Ic;u .A xo Wi i1.x l'rst t.:n. --For a Ioin
cell irv, there had heen scarev v an ,
whale fishing carried on at lie ni.
'1and the long repose1 ha.1 canne-d the li.i I
to incriease abuhndatil uti an enter
prisinig Anmim ricnetlv establishi
hiiseif at So'vdisfiord, onti tie wtist cosit,
where, in company with his fmr broth
ers, he aid1opts a peiliar method of fish
ing, which is de.cri.d in a report, just r
I- laid bef"ore (lie Eniglishi Pa rliamieut. The "~
fishiermnu piis oiut to sea in a smnall ~i
sc.r(ew steamser, withI a large whaiilt boiat pro
r it Iow, and stmrik<-s lie whale hrx means ar
of a loarpoon shot from assort oI' rocke't di
a pp~iaenis. TJhie handle or stock is
charitged with some detonat ing comiponal b
whieb expIdodes ais the weapon enters
t he fish, k illing t ho wh ale almiost hi
stantly, hut the geineraiin of ea i i
Ibody prevents the sinkinig oif lhe cari. b
Thme destructive missile is the A meib
einn's own inv'ent ion, I le couiuted upon
hieing able to ap:proatchl the' whales itn his "PP
-i teamner near unongh to t ake a im, but
theuy invairiably avoid ii, and it lh-i eein14
founid necessariy to shoot, tha-m from iimiM
hear. The body of the whale is mowedl i~
to hind and th ecareass eun tip onith
strand, and the blubbier amid hones at
once erushed and boi !ed dlowni for the(a
oil. Last, year t he eatch was twor t y- 'o
five whales, which gave ran nyernge of al1.
100 barrels of oil per whale. ihte tee
whalebones ar~e sent to Enigland, wherecr
they are samd to be used for miakinig"
Prussian bhite, and a project lets beentth
broachied for pressing the flesh and
sending it to England for feediung dogs li
The Now York /lerald's correspond- inal
once from Matamoras, Mexico, gives pari
f'urthecr news from the viciniity of'di
Querctaro to the 22d tit No dlonht the
at present cxhI~es that the recent on rac
gagemnent resulted in. ant imperial de
feat. T1he fighting was very stubborin, Go(1
anti the losses are admittod by Esco
bedo to be very heavy on both sidi . gr
Thle Im perial chief had issued a pr'o.
clamation offering $10 to a.iy soldictr cah
who would join them with his arms, -
and $5 for any one who would *oin \r
ttem without his arma. It ls pro ha- v
bly intended as a bait for d"e~srters
from the Liberals. The comm'ianider.
of Matamnoras had again requfestled a
loan of the nmorchants of that city, the
amount raised being $30,000.
ExTI1AOnmNAnRY INSTANCIC OF Ctr!An-itI
ITJt.:m-EXxs --In Chiarieston, Peninisl. tY
vaniau, asn old atnd intirmt Bapt it iim- iimf
ter, unable t~o provitdo for his w eesi tug
ties, was puit upf to the lowest bidder
but the citizens thiought it too lienavyn a
burden uiponi them, went to- law with
an atdjoining township in order to com-. at 1
peI it to provide for the agetd diseiple of hiunt
Chnist. Th'Ie benevolent effrort to re. he
m->ve the burthien was, however, fruis- a un
trated, as they lost. the suit. Query_ to b
are there anty believers there ?--Lehre
and Wehire. . Bum
The Riohmtond Tmsthinks that wvo- tho
tnen will v'ote in less than ton years. In r
Then, what a glorious time. there will will
bo for candidates I . th
OUrT WiI<.--The Court of Coi
Pleas and Goeneral 4essi was
cd onl Monday miiorning ,ast ; iliis
or J9dge Moses precsidintg. Up
akmlg hi.s scat tIer the recess at
11, his I[onor annonnced to tle Bar
Jury that he had seen the order
-ineral Sickics sincle the adijoiurna
it of tho Court, and he felt bound
boey it. lie would, therefore, re
oll decrees ho had already giv
Piud woult not hoat. those causes
ing bet ween tle prolibited date.
treat deal of diatisf.tet ion was
ressed by imanly otn aceount of the
inctiotn na114lo by the ordc:, be
elu debts a rishig bCvore and aItlIr
war11, anld theseq contractedI duingll.
r11v judgtment eai be obtained1 on
t'ore a cIntsa at this Conrt. bit. not
u tle iatt'r. We ean perc ive Io
1 reasonl for t0hi 6 istinction, as t he
V good to restilt I -ol an inlterpoAi
I of this kind would be in its Iy.
ation1 to (ill dets0t. As it stands,
etain number ot thes re tuitsq are al
oi the advanta::n of in early judg
oAS. or CONJUIl.mn.--Ini thte Dis
t Coirt yestet-day, Ctllhe Scott, onto
lie colored prosecitors, stated iis
tiund for believing tho prisoniar,
neo Burns, to bo guilty, that.
had d iseovelred th fact hy Conjl -
on1. lie described (the cremony
ontijurti on somtewliat a:; follows
puit lour sticks of different lengths
,ho floor, and Fl il UNTcini words ; I
n put four ,o:hes of different sizos
the floor, and said more sacred
-dls; 1 covered the stoncs with my
t wrong--side-out, and said more
red words ; I covered the sticks
h my coat. and said more saercid
-s ; I gave the four sticks and
rste , oin of each, to fotr ne
es, mal said Itore snered words ! I
Imlined and found I'iince Burns had
lon:'st stick ailn the biiggest stone,
I I went to the .\lmrirate -ndi
re lie had my iloney. -Charlst
ce NT A- rt: l looi tn T UIN:rt:r..
\ feal accid~id. 01, 4 siornh i ,.rm
arred at the nortit .h ft. of I ht-I lo;oSh
til- on Saittnday. The "l).1l mntits,"
> stand at, tIe IIont. of Ihe shtaft, and
's I hie signi'l finr thel 11h1 rormit) Io rize,
Fustanding inl isoinnalot h
ly inIer lie ph1ofirm, whhit-li was
hat. tiont4 at the mtonthit of the S haft,
ml anumber161 ot drilk were1" ti roonVI
n the pllt form to be takeni d.wn for
One of tinfe not:1 flive C41-t. itn
!t h, roI l-. olt ' I- i II form, I It a f fall
n distanmce (,f ite hiri-.1 malt(
nty feet, sharp end Ftrtlck thll "hellH
i he ii h- :I.l lle itn oenmelt
Wd enltirely thronghv~ his- b.4dy, andi
some1, 11:h1tune into) n1 heavy pll 'Ilk,
pleni-lyV impmhln'.I the. naf.,1trunt
. The .pIlank hn-t to bto Fplit- with
x N before the( 41rAl conl bo loozed.
injtred man lived about, t wontv
- ours 1e th714.e o curenace.
:' /ic ht-is heard of :I rather i-ter n ili
ch was.. Amitte- o probal'! ill oil'
W Com1i1sfbor-l Ing on Ih Ijp.
I)bIt-Iant i. A w%. hlt0ly tld pin
Iwo sons, oroi. of whoml was ill the
11ral armny and the otheri ml thle rebl
is. Unrilg the 1ulv pat of thi.
lihe ol g.-mb-mnuan was tail..t sol
yv ill, and' wil,in to divide his
"'"yt eqinals'lyhe wte hisa IaH wo sont a
'tenthled to Hien ry (thet Fed eralI s1.
) nll hIs slaivet propeurIy embrat'ltmt
it, liftyv in'grutws, andt to Thoa'tis (-he'
ni gray) htis lanid--d1 eAate. Ilie
I, anud I thus; he wt ill s tnds. lD th
h'ers; live~d to~ return't flomt thae wa~ r~
t i' e gllau. sokhter of ihe "lost ca'tno"
is withl his' brothler, 'nnd bohb are
'g htapjpily' Iogi ht'r, annd ne bi te,l v
use'd to the radic'al prtogrnmme.
A MJs1.:su.:x-r Atntann -rm.: (Gmia-r
'rriux.--2'Te (Gra t, 10a~ lsths atr.
(frotm iverpotol to Necw York th
t'ngerrs had a gay itie.\Mr. l):t
illo deli veredlt,,t i(vo 'l rs on ihe
ago whlihe Ctatin Andeirston gave
:inire on the AtIlantise (aablt, ran1 on
nih o h greati trorm the sha:p's
e gaveyi a tnegro ministrel en'ttta in
wodailv p-pers were pubihli~shed by
Pasbenigers dinlg the I rip, onei fif
wats caill the Onomn 'J'bnes,
he It other wa the (reat Kusgrn
!!y Thyqrapih. A groat billhard
c'h was inidutlged in bet weetn somte
i0s of Ildies andil genmlemteni, m "I wieb
hindies camtte offlii ticons. Besidie
o, gameis of cricket, fotot ball, hurdle
5, &c., wero inudnied itt,
be oritgi n of the portrait for the
d.hi est Librty uponl ottr coini is of
t. ntret.Mr. S3pence'r, thea inve'un.
ti Sptecr's hit he used by theu A mier.
llank-norto CJo'.panty w as theu aist I
cut, te 'rst <bao lor our A mericanl
If" ct an exact meodalliion of'
. tashmtgton, the wife of Geonen. 1
shmigton, ntud the first, fe~w coinst
3 strueo'< wit~h her portrait.. WV hen'
ernl Wnitihinlglton Psaw thtem lhe n
lenisROd, aand roetited the figutre to he
>ved. iMr. Spetnclr ttltiered the
ires a lhttle, atnd ptltitng a cap upon01
end called it thet O->ddes of ibler
If (fulra arutists wvill hiea r ibis int
1 they will itlways tako Mrs. WVash
rmt's port rail. for their gmido when
IoMilitary Blotrtlda oflRgiitration,
inhnond, have appoite~d over one
Ired registers. A pllientions~ for
a officestiro coming int slowly, aind
mtber of boards, it-is staid, will ha v.o
Scomposed altogetber of military
'rs and ngents iof the F~reedmnent
san No app~licattionts htave as yet
received f'rotm remote prrtonis of
state, where mueh limo is occotpied
ocatrmtg proper testimonials. Thtere
be about 250 registering board, in
state. 'and shiu 80 onn icer
Wo have received from Desporte.
& io., a treat inl the way of Syrup
called Pop Syrup.
We thank the lirim for their kindnei
in rememitbering (te editor, print
and devil, who turo all supposod
Some) to live on air.
The said Pop is a deuigbl I fill Sum
Jii.t Opeit'l-Ktchin, Mc\laster
& - CI.
A tteniO! S OTmaers !--N
ll ri us ! iargani ns. !- I'i;.-r re ILncot,
SPR ANM SUMYl~ER
KETCH IN, McMASTER & CO.
NO. 1 ROT EL RANGE.
r1 ilE sub111AC1110iin.ov Ive roer Ived thei' NE V
L. -TOC K (1f DRYW 4.10h)DS, con,-isfi (i f
LA.\016' DIII.ss coOD.s, inl Conls iderablo
French Print s, r.'.utnbries,
ChecLed at 8wti
Muslins, &o., Also,
Tale Diaper, &'(-.
Cansimeres, C. .t:1's-p
anid (1lothing- tur Alan
an mys. Mlisses'
Toinuned liars Hlood'?.
Ib'm-P, W'ool mnd
Silnw 11:1(!, ver1y ebenp,
lie aic.,mIl Misses' Fine
Shoes. Mon's Bot s alnd
Slos. Umbrellal; and1
Fiile 1arasols. \ Iso a
large stock ol Crockery,
n iil n
T 5TiON ! 1R.EIAKEIS
)L 1i :1 11 a n own Shoe Thre:11l,
1 r T-(-k I b mim u- ii T uc ks, haln a
TnekS, Sl1w Knien l'ni ncer a1 . 2er-.. Forl
bynyril 20 I VIN l.N~ ERS o
BAR AIN 1 ARGAINSHl
(MOASSIN; at 66 and 7,- cents at gallon, a
ghampaigne (hh-r at 50e a ble p.
Ca':ll :nd~ exit mnin, tin 'o artijl.-h itid others
equl'tly 4 aslcheap. 1'IEltItIs 1:A('0'.
inpl i) Agent.
1.1 the fireman or' nn engine were to pro.
- 11rosei t tie eninee t ha t t. he woinhl
r'aise sinm eauch diy win h wich joto run aIlhoi
enie tine daiy betfor,t, the entginiteer woiuld
how e' !odil reasont to bieliave thle IiremaniiI was
de ii nemed.
W'e propo'input enn t he engine of' a liveli.
hniod. The :nney we earn is its steatn, our
cn'u's 'ints II iremn.
Togie ii oly revohati ions to I hat en ginne,
I le s emu tmut lst be I orthcoi ng.
We hiope we will not have to regard our
With the lirm i coinvicio ihnt success ini
tonvel uipon the raiP ron d ol' lif tnle-me/sul
cotm:N na cas'it. hilt.\lANDS) CASil, we
the urittri'g:nedlI have enitereid into a
COPlAR TNERSRI I1
TO CAlinY ON TilE
CABIlNET BUSINESS I
All Werk~ Must4 bo Paid f'or
lbefore it leaves the
No Exception---Absoluitelyv Noe!
mar2 bl. s H. C00K.
(Clean Cotton or Linen Rangs only)
C'ATIICARIT & MATTilEWS.
STIlE~ snusriber has re
movedi hilt STOIIE anid
,IOP1 oppitiObl tihe C'onit IlnuO, W nter 'ihe
rtil c)ontitnno to MaInutfneturdn ait redulIcd
>ricos. RiepaIrinig dono with dispatchi.
il work wrrnnled. Uliper, Solo and Ilar
iesst heather for ealo.
*i"t i1) F. flEil.
SFEW pi eces of those handnsomeo 8pring
- OaSSimeres, from North Carolin, for
alo ftt smallI profit.
KE l'CHlIN, 3MoMASTER & CO,