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IMN S UMlAItY.
'JTi,.l is itn rapturoover Forrcst's ltiicho
honoiln Is twenity-throo theatros and 0
twen!Ity nine music hldls.
'hIte St. 1.o11k Republican i.; out inl favor
of negro iulttatgo.
The tight Rev. ilishlop, J. If. lbav inllo, of
Keititucky. iN hjople .s!y ill. Extreeo uno- t
lion hias boon adminzistered to him.
A Chieng-o book-k'eeper returns a larger
inincme thin that t'he nni comilned, the N
fir bitng one of the largest in the city.
uctimbers sol in the Cincinnati matir.
kot on Wednesday morning for fifty cents
France has now 50 iron clads--the most
forimi'Iidble navy in Europo.
The liepublican parlty in Maryland will
adopt a ntgrio mlrrngo plat form.
Thu printevs in Chicago have not, Inhul
part, in tie eight -hour miovVIment.,
Phineas T. larnui advertisos his resi- 1
denoo at lridgoior, CI., for sale. I
The suipmuled City j11utiuk, of Now Or
leans has coinimtentd payintg depositorspro
It is proposed to culobvato the torcontena
ry of itugby Schiool, in England, which will
fall inl this yeatr.
In Portlawnl, M.., tho druggists ni not
allowed to sell alcoholio liquor, even for the
uso of siok people.
It in naid I hit. it Pittsburger has prepared
il room with certificatos of oil stock, whicth
originially '1st 3 0.00.
A $20,t4i bretct otfpromlise case-1ielino
da B. Ilms ngainst lniol D. Kelly-is on
trial inl lioenI.
The 3tnyor or New; rleans hats insued ann
trder tor the clOving of' tie g'untbling hou1s.
Ps in tutt. city.
.1In C itne of tho \Yestern e i
0C1rtti, h1:t polu")nt' 'tutcel tihe Ntay Law of
thatt ,!1. un, n tiuVvn l
Tl'it a.nd of k Otie, sheep ni h
ar 'ueel drowned by tit Crevam-es in thlte
Als~ipbelow Newv OUdeans.
Rev. .J. Wt. ("ulty, np. 9 , Il j -s
1'.ttirn t he' is arttofI.y T iiti
.Mull, Enud, after haling it. o -W
At srui 1 l brick vahlit1 at $00 )haS
(!I In ivt1 et' in t:i . htvuen 'IV ftt'om 1he North
Tt he t . Lo is liepubli n, the leading
Dlieeenii popr "17 Minsurli, 6eem Lt.,
favor inuro sulfran.
1t, it 8 imate i At Chcag wi l t win tre
fiurn tuor pithtit uit e-fout' o h t hnom Ibia
fioll-it ite 1141- 1 it t I oll t.6-1 1 t. to i teka1 4,i't
yoar that it t' xre 'uied I1u!;1 y t.t
tube'ie 'viI, marini'.m inh;n
'irttrafti-t I vottt nt l t :'d in uloie'.
.nid1y. 't. heyt ulleiho ttl h t heber of
r~irhaali.t:tts t oti't l'yti,nOI d. O puis..
T -k d inlt'l i 01'I h- , KY
thatl hell' 1:1y last yemr's "gg
Young .John 111wn, '.h son of old John.
StirOwni, is..living ' at Pt.i-13'tay, Ol k It
The prct 3ie ofere I i Nve York ion ot It
1110o flUtever was known before,crtaly Cel-Lat'gd t
for. tho l:A.t -ixy years.!
Dtnilage lto t ,'ountdl. (PC have i
teen taind in Ne\ York for injuries r- I
tings frttlom1 t uil glie, of acNotiner c
in nIot allowin ui:i t i t time to alight
it is prposd in various Islarto-te
MhoWele as well tso Dehmoratio--to tmpt,"e i
n]umod i jud, i Iood, for his ro- t
40It charIt to) the gan1iid.jury inl h tith. I,
21tnond.ttl v~ dond
I'theI oi bttImi, tit~e saysott f ae ttr i
ftee 0ling reas ith i~ rer tohi e pr ios
tpe t o uie tt'i Ih. etSteoo
'Fgoods titi bring i ex:tet 'o't, ylotis an
cr' p t n e r l'' -'.ed heiini r. tIt ''sr-t
iip' urtei tt'on ak Ithe iri'i' - i ca paits o in
cthirg teonh iot -t.lb: Taue C,-e i' c'h
tlnd exit's raf to e~e it, an t eivt theirl
iooni hao ablow lyilte- netg tshdvey, and et
tahestdical aer' r rjitingove li itl ex.
tenIny Y1e~it rhyaedigalte a
to wilhvo wo ot'~ lt n.o ti
Tutrth yiear t r was l051,5tt0 p'rda t
of' toeo'ro~ti in t hNo Unt'd States, o
luv dient ofi 10tid0,00d bashe coae t I
Oa~rnt1tn iilder'haebenreeved the Uorniated i
rat rolad OftlUiiersiofy, M1-testmode . TeI
foo o ormniilhegeal elrgd.
an h h usosrmdle ttert
inns ik killing tle negro children ia por.
on of Pulaski County, Va.
ltoports from the Alleghany Mountains,
lest of Stnunton, Va., represent tho snow
1 and a half feet deep.
Since the dest.rtielon of 4000 bogging
Uterq by Mr. Peabody, ho 'has received
It Mr. Wilson of Maassachusetis, halpan'
have ucl a tiniitr. as a soul about him1, ho
u:4, be delighted at the progress aM11ong, the
igroes of Iieitichnitl since his visit to and
>cech in thal place.
It Is tatetd that Hendoor Doolittlie, at the
Nrest of Secretary Heward, leaves for
assia, upon ni olicial diplomtatic mission
I connieetion witlh tie atae treaty.
aovernor Fetcher and a largo number of
ailng men In the North-western States
re corresponding, with a view of sceuring
ic nomination of Secretary Stantiou to be
to next President.
People tire tlowing into Texas from every
ortion of the civiliz.ed world. The prpn
ition now is about one huindrel thou
The Fvniaa of Cincinnatigave a mlitary
4oort to Ilon. Schuyler ulfax on Thurs
ay, and an invitation to deliver an address
eoforo thiem on the 8d of Juno- th anni.
oersary of the hal t lts of Eric and Ridgeway
Th lino dwelling houso ofCApt. A. J.
)at.iel, in Sipa-anburg, IvIts totally dos
royed by fire on Sunday morning last.
General It. II. Chilton. late of General
;Oe'it stail', is now agent of the Columbus
(eorgin) laifttacturing Company.
The Iegisters for Virginia, appointed by
en . Schofield, have been qualified and will
or1nmenee w ork in a day or so.
Tie street ctr quest ionI in New Orlean
m; 1 en-a vettlIed. The Chief Police i.-'ssted
1t oder toiling i nt erference with1 ne
7rves in any ear.
A liftle girl in Shieboygan more Ithun a
-car ao stwalloied a needlo, ant one day
n14 'ek it iamo ottt. of her kiee.
eve ty t houtsand (ermans, it i4 said ,
live enget paisago by steamer to the
tited 1 taes. Ihe new Prutsiain conscrip
ion laws are divi 'ig uany ont of the conn
Pourinig cold water on the faco and head
roys I he eltect of narcot io poison. A
ir-1, poisioned With ambudmn, in England,
v4H SVed in this way, after all other reine
it-s had faled1c0.
It tiergia, a pair of twin children with
naIeM' h1001, excito popular Wonder..
1t is proposel to st ablisth Unlon church
a in tifty phwes in New llainpshire, where
in one denomination is struolg enough atone
itsipport, a church.
As an instanoco of imolern ing-atititide it
a re~la i- that. a w."Inani in 'icago who
mUs a divorce contfei-:ets tint heii his
)aid recent-ly gavo her a $100 Paisley
hawl. Perhaps he gave it to get rid ot
Ite. Men have done suc things.
There are petitions to Onngress circta..
ing it Texii for tile division of the ,ia
dtil I lie erection of thn now Sate of West
eXaII. tho rea-on given for it inI the lo)y
It lf tho h people inl the' Vesterin sectiont
Id th1o preloidrance of srcesiuni-ts in
I her purl ions.
(in tat trday so0ie negroes in Nvw (.I
Ns thr eatel-I to forco an entraneo into
I leretelt tIpera Ilotise ott ttn eiutily
rith the wIitt-. They ippear' detri ned
a t ake advantnge of I he I enporary redue
ion of tie police force. on aecount of tene
itl Sheridan'si order to dischargo half (lie
utrce and tiuhsthitute ex- Union sohiliersi,
lhttwing a severo thunitder st.ormi whIieb'
'isited Washiingtont city last Monday'i' aftr
ft the gale at. thle cemtert y of the old sol
iers' I tiite, wast strutck by Ilih tning andt
hiive'red itto fr'agtiitts. A Ltnguriontal
omiiittleo shouild be appoitted as sooni as
'ossiblo to seo it'f ihis work eattl he tr-ac..
dito somio r'ebel in the torpiedo butsiness.
Tihreet' citizens of Noiwpott Maine, havo
eent linted each for cart-ying a roboel tsymr
at hi s~'r to the town hall and compellinig
itm to tiaake a pulie apology fot- oxpres
hits ot joy at.thie:lsatssiniation of Pr'esideut
It is said that, I duin tg a se'vero gale on the
ritis uh coast, a steamer lost One ot' her patd
lo whieols, and in ordet- l make the oth er
rork, the stuck of coals runing shlort, four
tondied 1igt were butrned to kecp up I th
1i i.s stated by nt genttlewtt or Salina,
entsats, t hat a rectiont ot' giroitad which lie
Lat tIx :iel ont his lfarm, conitains niot less
hatn t wenty. five grasshtoppers' eggs to tho
atrc inch-l. To test the vItality of Ittho
0o put two dor~en eggs In a bottle and~ on
lie sixth iday they hatched out, and hopped
,but like Iatnbs trying to jumnp over each
llier's heads. Another piece of eatlh was
ahent from~t the Sali ne river, about the size
f(a rpiece of oltalk, which contaIned twetnty
ital e'its. 'Thei soil th'ereaboutts would be
tjoyedi hugely by the Digger Itidians.
'Thiere are 30,)000 tatilors on a str-ike itn
Mhiinnesota, it is3 estimtated, isi receiving
in addit iotn to its popiulation of 1,000 a
nr hati dscribed the Steintway pianto, at
be lE osition, ats a ntitingalo cooing itt
iTihe T ic k sbur' gJ li'Zly lievpublican, t he
tnly tradical paper itn Misitsisippi has sus
Sniow fell, ont Frmiday last, alotng the line
f the Virginiu and Tenucessee Railtoatd, to)
a the depth of two inchtes.
Gtitizl~ ow, a anse-use in St. Petersburg,
,'t a salaryv of $50),000) a year
likides now hire their diamonds for wed
ings in New York.
iThe prospectsa for~corn and cottou,iu Souith
ni GJergia, are botter this timae thant dui
ang the past five years.
A Memphis paper says there at-e thirty
ve "pur-e cquacks" in that city, who, withI
at medical education and having fttiled in
rerything else, concludedl to be doctors.
A Texas paper graphically descr-iles the
ireat miortalit.y aimong live stock-by saying
it the "bu7.zards are now three days ho.
tnd with the eyes."
'The Chiceago Tri'une shows thte wor-kin g
ion of that Olt - tha their r..en (lit.t'
strat ionls have resultt in a loss of' I 100,001)
to thoet. This includes the loss of wages
1111a1 itho damago dlon in tho recent. riot.
Hin Francisco hasj sent a Yankeo firo
engine to Jplian, land i collipanty ofresident
citizens of, that city wont with it to show
the Japs how to italage tle "grate squirt.'
Coral jewolry is one of' Ile itost. piomi
neut novelties of its class in Paris. The
r5.i-pink is inOSt estecied, and is worth
twenty tiies its weight in gold.
Mai'or Itusell, late of the Confederate
service, and a relative of' John Slidell, d(ied
in Troto, onl Suiliny.
Tle stair builders in New York have do
aided to demand four dollars lip day. The
present rate has been three and a half.
"-Such ia getting ip stairs yon Y never did
ThBao sPilot" s 1y '-lio0n needs more
r1eligionl and less talk about it--mtore of the,
spirit of truth and lens theological hair
At the races in New Orleans recently, a
horse cwied by an elitor of' Ith Cresunt ran
first in the one nile daihi,anud a horse owned
by the editor of the Taimes ran econd. The
editors thenelves are said to be tolerably
It is said that tle fortune mado by Spail
ding, of "prepared glue" fanio,did not stick
by him, and ho is now in needy oircun
Black River, Wisconsin, is completely
jained with logs for fifteen miles. It is
estimated that thero woro not less than
225,000,000 in the river at, the opening of
spring, of which about 120,000,000 have
already gone down.
A lmian, with it very large baHl head, wa.
complimiented on the fact that hi is capiit was
an1alogou: fto (Creenlait. "Why so'" elie
asked. "Ieuilse it. is a great white Lare
(heatr) place," wis the reply.
An Australia paper recorda that. in eight
yearn (the Iogeny of ouirteen rabbits was
1-1.2-63, i notablo example of (lie wly in
which t hat aniinal incr,.ases 11nd0 llt ipliCs
oil it ('a Vorn31 ble roil.
lion. It. Uanrnwell lth(. is now in Was1hI.
ington for file irose of exiimiuinng the
publ i archives for in forat ion to ho ued
itn a hist ory of late civil war.
Myria of sepiirrels are over-running
some pts of lM ian ain several Coun
ties of liva, 1igeons are destroying the
now mown whet.
Ie!en Clech, ot' Milwaukie, beat his wife
to death in a religion i cont roversy. "'le
provel hisdoc-inu ol todox by nposIolic
blow' anld knck(.4S.
Taunpa, Floriala1, bo:,ts -1 new ment. ma11r.
k,-t lt at iit, fr'oii this ltinco, seins the
old Iices. Bee' is qinoted, fre <imrter,
Five, cnts, roast sovet cent ; steak, inbo
A better feeling is inoticed by Westorn
pperi :as prevailiig in that section witIh
regard to busie'ss prespects. The Crop
aro alo salid never to have looked bet
Two woten] have beenu electvI paiMwis
OVrr1.44101r1 in langlanld. That. .0hows thie
"womlan',:< rilhtovemlent is nun-c."hinig '.1.
tlthioigh :otnien 141)p-iciatit 11i hilt little
nt' a-aginon~t i til theba of' the mec'Ilicos,
aint wvoniwni44 oriors are -ii ect ld to biine S
:ud itisidts whel they appearm on 1.e plit.
The woorfuil Friench cannon, ihn con
strt'nion of' Which is supposed to be a pro
f'otii seitk', can ho tred, it is matil sorty or
tifly filites ait iltute It carries Wit i aceu
racy 2000 yarils, it single disclairge would
destroy iho wholo fronttt of a btatioun. It
is 'o hliht thatL two inen cant en. ily lift
Ne'w (hOlea n papers ccomplin i of the
nutinit rt of d ivrice stuit in the 'ourt ,.s.
ingi th it tent ar'e now ilered to onue intstitii
I ed befiore thic wart. 'T'hree sttieh cases haive
been'i (e1ttiIuterl i aI shyle day. M4Iost1 of thle
('ases ri'e ( hti'perion iaied diiring 01'
ttleithieunt Io' Iho war'.
E~very potlicemiant in Chicago cart-ies wIth
himi pit.ets of' boiled btei' pr'epare'l wiith
ntitvoica~i, upon wh IIc the reales (the dogs
whtich he htappens to moot. Siomue thioutsandts
of'wor4i thess ciars Ihave l shitlled oft' their
g)od wrk'h prtoceeds.
A nthIem fatatl case of stnake bite (i'cetutred
in Mutrphtysborn, Jaicksoin coiiitty, liiinois, a
fetw days ago. Twit lit tle girls, whtil hiiunt.
ing eggit iutmler a hounse, thrt'ust Itheit' liiutils
into a tiest where lay a large tl tlesitake.
Whten bitioen, the ch ildrent suipposed t hat the
hetn had piecked them. BuothI children died
in less ttan twenty-four houirs.
WOMSN )OOTOtRs iN 1s'ur,Axit,-.The Lotn.
dloun 'Specfator says: Wo have hteard (ho
piniont of one of thle mtost, einetnt, of' otur
livintg phiysicianrs thait. otno of' lie new lady
phlysicbants is doing, in (te most. admirahlo
manneor, a work which ttedical mn would
never oven have htad theo chiance of dointg.
Mot oers britng their chtildt'en to her in
htundreds to consult her ott really imptor'tnt
points, on which they frecely admiiit that they
would nevert htad thtottght of' takingc adivice at
all hatd sihe not, been nocessible to Iit.
Antd we shottld not beo stirpr'ised to WGnd thain
e'ven in law', as c'ertinuly in liter'at ur' and
ar't, spe..: fi'eldls of exettiont apt ito conisin.
letot witht femninito inst ittets will spring til,
if Wbuy are only looked for.
No"'tixa SttunnIu.--A young genttlenman
With a cSonstuntiivo patch of watx-ends up~on
t'w ovtemniigs simee to "ecor't her' to churchcl
Vwhent shoe stepped Into Ilto parlor, "aull
r'eady,"' he r'ivited htis eyes upoin (lie new
fashiionod shtortumbthrella-cut dress alho wore
attd imtil ired: "'I htop yot atre not goinig to
Whty ?'" 'O, nthIinlg ! Only if it. had beeni]
aiy shorter 1 wouldn't have gotne."' .loof.
eted hter his arm. Shte took it.
IINntNfI%'ot/s J1tny it iMr'5iss TO Cann
gr'andl jutry of (lie Uni ted i-tates Court have
hadit ttiindeontsidertio forWt toime (days the
itt!ion of indiling ith le cottductonr of thle
street ear who recently eject ed ai negro( from
atne ott th cat s OntS,(i yestecrday, bty a very
lecided vote, it wats detetmnitted not, to in
The uestion of indicting thie newspaper
ulblishler'S of ltichmnond htas not bteent, aind.
t is not probable will bo, conslideod bty the
ur'y. --Jiehmond Thipatch, .May 11,
IUlATir or AN 10TInarttrxl t:Ttzzi.....we
reo painted to heoat of the (1eath1 of Mr.
Samuelo 0. F~alr, ant ihfinential atnd hIghly
ysteemecd clhizon of this Dist rict, at b a
'esidetnce on 'Thttusdy Iast, fromt a stroke
f anni~pery v. ur alunce 5)'tt..ttis ae.
bereated innity, in their httair of ad a Illic
tioll ; ititd we fcel, too, tha:t the conautuni..I
y 11118 lmhgeet wi'.h it ll 1 osd of one ' its m9ost
Wortlhy a111I Valittle mietlilubers.--uranycturg
WINNSBORO, -. 0.
Wodnesday Morning. May 22, 1867.
). It. MINcCREIG11 T, oronl.
THREE DOLI..AIRS jer y.-:mr: TWO DOLi.AR1S
om six it iltht; ONEl DO Al it lia Pr three' i mlonai -
)ayr111h4 leo t "greira:Ckt'" Siiig-l i, Telt I ea't.
i~ Tha p i per will l ocisiis inia ni tt, o e.x I
r:ktilti of tll) time ; lii Vlch letynaritt l: Imen. t1a4a1
Saubcrilberi wh l i t ai t Cr.s a:rk Vint tIre wr'I ppr ar
timrtin 0 f thi r Iaiper, will a tinders tt ( I I iat I t too
paIld ilir hi '- expireil.
ADvifmI'IsXa ItA'IM.----oin Dillar per ltrie
rr the lrst. inil st vimtv live reti 1'r :rh i h
Ilit'tt 1i11erilail . A s.-i- cmor,itA (A. ll(, ;qla vi t It.
prol hv w v lv hl , .i s 1l f'it siz. type.
C111',l11tP.IS -A 1-i iiwe %n venr T-w rim-Ail
Dill~in<. Ani e!xtr:t vespy to, thel 1<-r.,4it ituki:ig utp the
C:Vilte lifter 11h11 Ibt Ji.lat4rary. cl ..
C -P'' W iltha -t! iat ithi-u h r it ll t' a! eto -i rinbis
rctirawailitial ita an . is itil 11a(i lp ro' i - a litt l lt e
cile. atty abih timy iittlaar oal'm.masses at lev:,:il a le. Itat.
Lt ' a W i 'it t-tlirtly attiaa arta ni that atar
tiaraa.11 for mtillcacriptioa, uiavertiin ttt ja a uh work ate
Major T. W. Woodwaid and the Now".
The receit, letter Irom Alajor T.
W. Woodward to the Edtitor of the
Nievs is quite eltutracteristic. A ii m
pullsive n1ature that throws its whole
soul into it Contest involv ilg m11ore. of
prejudico or predilection than resotnSl,
is apt to overkap the bounds of sober
We are charged with setting "out.
"upon ia crit icismu of Mr. l'erry's let
"ter in adviiance il' the appeartnice of
"the letter itself"-and this is styled
"a rather itnisual procedure."
It is only nee.s:ary to say in reply
that it is a custoim lpracticed alnioit
every day by the Press.
-But we are ftirther clirged with
droading the effeets of the lettir, and
wanted to forestall them. AC Canl
Comple( 1t)ely reIfutiei this.
Oin Sat urtday Ilorning, the 5th' in-.
stant, bef7ore writing the artie!e upol
Mr. Perry's 1eter, we 4ist ko :ucd
the Compositors to know if it. waiold
be poible to "get up'' Mr. Perry
letterfr the ne xt Tuiedtay's:t isIue.
It was thouht .y tli. that it eoull
hardly be dilo. V In rathler insiste'd
that the effvrit Ihoald be ie ade . It was
11aCCeded to, :uidl fhe edior;al writ.
Well, all was pr'pition sat nray.
Buttln Smvilay tili dep!aorable o -e.
that <nept :aw:a y 1'laulit Zion (II lee
oCCIIrled. ( nt ii; ace :-mt it w ntl.
tuially aAgreeaalit "geig up" vr.
l'erry'slotter wotuld have to be( ,e
ferred for the Thllsdany's ihuC il Or
der to give place to somei account (if
that destructive fire. Furtheriolre,
one of, thle principal1 compoIsitors was1
.11hpUten,1d to an I ( )h Distr!iCt
('ourt e (t he 60h :1: an jatror.
it. is a.sked, uhy v olt thnCI
011mift thae editoral ? iiecause the
force inl tho olliC (. isniiat tn Ig noulgh
to throw away le work, or any itLite
irial part of it, done oe day, tail 11111ke
ul) for it the Itext.
.t is p)1 li therefore that Major W's~
iiplsivLe natiuro catused him to over
'we) are prevted"tt~ &c. ''Unavohlat-I
bly,'' withi us mei ans nte ither'oa "dread..
Ad' nor "wishingit to fore.Aall ;" if simI
1aly men iis d ebarIred lby cirumsiatnees
We hlavo dweclt somtew'hat at lenghtl
1nponl tisP paoinit mier'ely beenu Ile it is
lharactoristic of our1 correstponident.
Those0 wh'o do ntot. kno~w MIlao.~r ood
ward mlight thintk that lais whllea sobery
secondlc thought end~orsed all thalt his
w1ain impuailsivo' nature1' flaerted1 inl his
lettor. We who know hun, know oth..
rwise. Weo speatk ad vistadly tipon
lhIs pioint, and haivec a mnasked hatte
'y bearing upon the Major which mlaay
somie day) sul serve a very g'ood pur'
---Wo hope the Major will -never
again talk about his "sore gaistrtonmi..
:aL l'opor'tions," This allusion of his
uado us smile.
--Butt theo Major is "amnaz.ed, dis..
'gusted, at thte trtuckling cowardice of
Cottr peoplo at the bare mention of
The chargo of trucklintg cowardice
talls with perfect impunity wheni huiri
d at a peop)1le h followed LJim.,
iONCs..Tii I' andl~ ].ARiFGAR o to what
hey called defoat, and1( whto now aidviso
,boso peoplo to acknowledg~e the Ie
~itimiate consequence of deftet, viz:
lie loes of political d iet a Lion.
It is an inevitable laiw in ph ysiology
liat a man after chewing awhilo must
wallow. And to use a figurative
bhrase, the pcoplo of the South htavo
aeon chewing defeat so long that they
ire obliged to swallow it. TJhe swatl
owing is inevitable. And this all
hat our great mieni can do, we mean
hose who chewed thle hardest, and
hat is to recognize a law irresistiblo
n its working.
IjpOn confisention per so. I~t is more ini
a generic thian in a spiecifte srene thant we
tre to understanid its uso in connection
vith the power Congress. now has over
i. 1t is synonymons With destruction.
WVo are dreadfully crippled, buit not de
:troyed. Common sonse teachmes that
vo can never nunin nertnkt- laonm.
plish what we were crippled in trying to
attain. .1 also teache-s that destruction
detruction of all political and proprieta
ry riglits will not enablo ns to I attain
Tt is therefore a wild anl unfounded
asertionl ) Nlaj. \roodward, to say
that such truckling is unbecoming a peo
ple "who have already anply demonstra.
"ted the utter insignificanco of pr)p'ty,
"when a great pr-inciple wvas involved."
We Fear no contiaEction in maki Ing a
direct issii 1)Ui I Ihid poinut, wheln we
an'iert that, tLhe "4ino:i gniflnic of prop
(iorty"--of homes--has never been de
Ion.itrated in ibi: coumtry.
- We hadm, furtlir comimen.t.s to make
upon the Mlajor's letter, but our weak
and trembig aind admonissl us that.
W11 are over-tahing a feele frame.
Ill conclusion we luIst say that we
cong Cratulate Maijor Voodlward that he
i3 one of the liiired that has mote than
thre ihl lars worlth of the palul ick;"
On hald, fIr lIol; Very do:0--mItic antece
dents provm it.
The fCat is, the MNajor is warmild up
because te does not believo that confiS
cation (Waas destruelion will come. Like
Ajax defying the spite oft lie gods, or
the mn1111 the m1oon01 to fall down upon
himl), our fl itiend does not believo Con.
A ires l ea do an' more harm, or in other
words demand of aid infirce upon us
any harswr termis of surrlnder.
T1hie adviace of 1r. Perry and l Miajor
WVoOdward en nitnot ie lieled but, with
greatt detriient to our Statte.
thle many netsi of k ind ness froml frie.. l.,.
lath idi-s; and. 1 gntleini, during his
recent ill"nes. << fiend in need. i
1 frienid id. '; " and he whIo does 4iot
2111ch t I needal friendship is below
the lev l of the brute.
Wmai the last best gift to man,"
ov:r wai I.t hu, ever kid, ever thought.
ful, tonhies the mot delicato ebords
(,f ial's sternerI hert, ill th hour
of aiii tion. .1 s!te givet: only a eup
of cohl water, it is giv-m Nwith quchl
dliee an1 tender k in11ness, that tile
Iwiart is i nvigvrated even before (lie
ho.y i refreshied by tho driaught. 11
havt h1 ately al y exhiihitions of
womai's 'ymp Ihi-in~ heairt, for nll of
whv!ich w ecin retiur oinly grateful ne
Mr. Jas. Wood Davidson, formerly
FEditor, mn1il ofterwards Contributtorial
ittor of t he IldnLu and ]MI-r1n,
aind[ on --c Profa.etsor of (reek at Moaunt
Zion, durigizfih Preiheyll of the die
tingatbd Hiidon, wriiv to the
Yorkvillo pic'ir/c of old Mount, Zion
College, as follows:
()ir readers ere advised laIst week
of the detruction ly fire, of' the build
i o-. r f Itis ve tale inttitution in
Im bor.Mun Zionl i.-, a L.>a /fi,/c
in the Stato. For a great many
yearsO, it has 1not (eecisod th fun'e'
ti1on of a1 college ini gr'anutig dIiplo.
matt.s, t houghi it ha~d thec charuutered right
to do so.
the 1auilingy, we feel 21a ol deal an it
we were wr.i tin g an2 ob' uariy of the coh. I
legeo, thouigh the .Ins~tittioni is niot, as
altn instittin1 afleetid by it.
Ifut .'o mucih thatt want to makedt upi
thw tOhl Mount Ziion to thiouiiweils fromt
all parts of' the St ae, went? with the
firto thiat cor tied the build ig, thtt
there ! much to which we are writinua
an (obituiary~ to thioso tspacious room'18
where~ thle tri iumplhs amlhl hiuilia titn
of manyli a tyrio hias l~i been s ilized;
to those famniliiar old rooms5 and dori
to~ries, (dedica021ted to) earnt'I work
or reckless funi ; to thiuse ttecp sta irs;
to that faiia r oldl poreb, whiere so
miany have spenit a ploa1t2mut 01r lil
atnxious hour ; to thant old (oak-taoe
allI, to thant old oak--sacred to the
memory of a thtousand 50c1nes of oither
days ; to the old tin troof and1( its peb
bles ; to the moess-htall andI thie--h'
there ~t is no1end ot this -list, tuless we
sttopi in thte imiidle..
We~T spent live years wi thin those
walals ; and1( mtay be0 palrdonled our
lengthy par'agrapht to their mcmry;
for it is a~ painful ting,~ to haveo those
ob1l suggestivest of' the pa1st blotted out
soC unicre mioniiously.
rTe Wheat Prospet.
Fr'omt all parts of our District says'
thei Shpart anburg ,Spjaton, we have
thatterintg pr'ospects of a good wheat
itropi. Yet, we hoar of rush aulread va
aileetinug a portion of a large field near
our town. We are sorr~y to hear thiis,
as the wheat is only now headinug out,
but with favorable seasoins, it is hoped
that this vegetable disonse will niot be-..
(como1 opideio. Without somo1 di-428
ter', thec yield will be larger tha'n uasu..
ali. Our farmersi inform us that they
haveo a good stand of' cor'n and the cot
toni is generally up, but : the lato cold
weather lhas tmuch retarded its gr'owthi.
0Our peCople, however, are hard at
work, as might have been inferred
fr'om the comtparatively small n nmher
of' our farmer friends wahto wereo hero
on last salcsday. Gardents, though a
little late, givao promise of abundant
and health ful vegetables. We ob
servo that many of our, town people
are engaged, more or les.s, in the cnl
tivation of farms, and most of themn
give lirontise of remuneraniont venn
in our impoverod condition, wore it.
not for the accursed Molook of Radi
calism, we might yet live and achieve
a glorious future.
Mr. Davis and His Bail,
The Macon Jcyraph very justly
observes that the friends of 31r. Davis
liave 10 comiIplaiit to make against
the reqiuirement of bail. It was a
mere matter of form, %;as readily giv
enl withiout the slightest effort oin the
part of the prisoner, and, besides, it,
gave certa in cliracters an opportmi
ty to ventilate their love of notoriety
and :ppIiear miagnani 1m1011 after a li'
spent in doing harn to individuals
and the public. We venture tie as
sertion that iloraceGreeley never be
fore had his inme inl so respectable it
eoinection. It was a privilege of
which lie or any oif his tribe may well
be proud. On (Ie other hand, the
ide"a of ,John Minor Botts' signing his
inlimous name to any respectable
Southern gentleman's bond; we regard
as lit tIe less than sacrilege.
Mr. Davis boro two long years of
i mprih:onment, soldiers' fare, endless
Iights', manacles, the ceaseless tramp
of sold iors, and even a visit from Sena.
tor Wilson, all with commendable for
titude, but we think lie might have
been spared these last indignities in
the nmatter of the liond.
We have received the first number
of this paper, which is to be publish
ed weekly by Caultield and Ford, 307
King-street, Charleston. Tho '1
zette is an eight, page sheet very neatly
gotten up. We welcome it to our
c i .CiUN WATs .
Though we cannot fid Ridgeway In tle
C-1etteer, yet thelro is such a place, and it,
well deserves a full desoription from our
Let us now take a walk throngh its dif
fereit streets, coiniencing at iteed & Co.'s
hool,1 nnd sho store, on Colenan street,
tlce, let us enter, there iA (lie gentlemanly
proprictor, busily engagred in serving his
customers, inid i' you wish a good boot or
shoe call on Reed & Co. Passing down
Coleman street, we next coie to the largo
brick hotel of our esteconed friend James B.
oemanu,'you have but to enter,when your eye
will tell you there must be busy hands here,
everyIi ting is as neat as a pin, careful hands
must have arranged the furniture, every
thing in its place. Lot us now pass to the
grat dining hall, there you will find the
ti able gronning It iter its load of good I hings,
all tle delicacios of le season are carefully
prepared by tle ever busy and esteemed
hio . ~ The traveller will (nd all his
wants at tended to, attetii ve servants, kind
host 1uil hostCeS, in fact, all that th weary
traveller can wish. The next house we
como 1o, is the well filled store of R. S.
Dusportes. The moment your eye meets
his, it will tell Von that lie is a tuan of busi
Iess, though young, yet you will see that,
order prev'aits, everything in the most per
feet order, t he wants -of the coimimty
eceully studied, the smalukt matters at
tended to, and it will only tatke time to make
himi one of our largest merchants. Lower
dlown you will como to thie gu namith shop
of Mlr. Gecorge .Sweatmian, as good a work
man as you cani tind, from (lie smanllesit part,
of a giun t the deadly ridle barrel ho can
miake, am you cenn say to youri readers, if
any of thiem have /'ro/un guns they will dlo
wel'. to send t hem to Mr. Swveatnman. We
next cotne to the Post Oftlico, now kept by
the widow of the venerable Dr. William Car
lisle, we miss him veiy much, and it will be
htrd to tindu one like him, ever obliging, at
tontuve to thie wants of all. Dra. Williaim
Carlislo will long be remembered in this
vicinity. We wilt now cross ever on Craig
street, thie first house we come to is "Char'
lie's," we will only say to those who are
somnet imes dry, or have a frog/ in their
hiroat s, in fiact to all, who may feel wear'y,
oi' deprcete in spirits, to thie trav'eleir on
foot iir car, can call on ''Chai'lic"' and lie
will r'el'eve' all your ails. We come to the next
splendidl depot of' the Charlotte & South Caro
lina Railroadl, our ol friend Arthur K.
Criaig, Agent., who Is ever watobful to the
comnpanmy, and to all who maiy have business
with him, (lie lieos entrusted to his care
are particularly attended to, none slighted,.
all have their full share of his attention.
On (lhe corner of Craig and Ruff streets, we
come to the extenisive whar'ehionso of Ituff
& Lawhion, filled from Gari'et to cellar, wit h
corn, bacon, sugars. &c., &c., hales a'nd
bocxes of' goodls, one piled umponi the othcr,
wagons, drays, earts, &e., lumbering
hrough tho streets firoim far and near' tilledl
with corn. baconi, ko., f'oim that extenisivo
estaltishiieint, let us look at (lie head of the
hiouse', the vonieriablo old patiarch, David
lluh', iEsq., more like a boy, in aotion with
an iroii energy, vigilent to (lie smallest mat
ters, behind his lar'ge gold glasses, you wIll
sco (lie keen restless eye ever watchful,
t aking in all, at one glance, of' that. eye, never
still, always on thie go, never tired, his rmot
to is, "'attendl to your own business and lot
a man of business attend to his business,N'
such is the hieadl of (lie house of IRuff &
'o.'s. P'assinig downa Ruthf street-, we ceme
to the caririage and waggon shop of Mr.
Charles Hayes, a better workman eaa hard
ly ho found, neat- to (ho last (degree. Then
comes the black-smith shop of Spence, a
good workman. We next come to the resl
dlence of the talented William Edward Davis,
a bright scholar, capable of filling any po
sition, many lie yet find some one to cheer his
lonely hours, to rejoice with him In his sac
cesses, andl weep with him In hIs sorrows
may lie yet, gather around his firesIde somne
little ones, near and dear to him, "lRequies.
cat eni pace." St11l further down Rufi' stroet,
we conie toihe splendId Masonie llalt, near
ly comniloedna(th one they. idwabun
wlhenx Rtidgeway was destroyed,) they n .
ber protty strong Im this place, May sicess
attend them. The last we nhall note now,
is the beautiful Episcopal Church, its arehi.
teoturo is gothiio, thoro loved onucs rest in
peace, they only sleep for awhile, a short
Lime, to awaken in glory, what joy, what
iappiIess, to agaliln see those0 loved oIes,
tlhose whom we have mourned as deal, to
take them in our arms again, to call them
by their names, oh, should we not All try to
live in suoh a way that when we do wake, it
will be peace, happiness and joy. E.
Grinding Corn for Horses.
I havejiust concluded a series of experi
ments in grinding corn for horso. Corr\
Zroulld into hiominy, such as we use forI the
table, will increase in bulk not less than 25
per cent, or in other words, 100 bushels
ground as above will make .126. This wau
the smallest inorcase shown during ily ex.
periuenting, several lots gaining much
more. I have been feeding six quarts corn
per head, four at night and two at dinner.
I am nlow giving th1e samlie of lomniny with
deeidvd improvement, ill faet, miy stook aro
fattening every day, especially the old oness
Where there is plenty of long Jorge, I pre
fer tile holminy to meal, for the aniual
ciews tile former, thereby bringing iuto
play the mtscles of' the jaw and mouth
lle.essary for the expision of tie requisite
ailloulit of saliva to miix with tile food ; the
latter (i. e. meal) would probably do better
where it was intended to cut forage and
mix-hlere the cut forage would furnish sub.
sistauce for action of tile jaw. I have nto
hesitation in saying that I am mavin- 25 per
cent by grinding, even uupposing that I
paid o tenthI for toll. I commend tie
above to ily fellow starlatinists of tio
South. It is alost as important as tile
"convention" question. I use a four-horse
engine and one of McCreigh t's incompara
blt -'reverse grist mills," which easily turn
out 10 hiushels per hour.
T. V. Woopw.inn
The Picnic, the News and "L."
Whilo prostrated with disease, a
critique upon the report made by th'
N'ews of t1 Picnic of the 3d in ant,
appeared i. this paper. A friend
called our attention to it, and wo sont
to the c 'cc for a copy of the paper
We were surprised to see what an
unfair view had beei taken by "L" of
the brief report wo made of that Pic
The English language is made to
little purpose, if "L" can really say
that "persons who did not attend, will
"of course form their opinion by what
"was said, and that opinion must be
"that the whole affair was a failure,"
when we stated that "cvry thing went
We sa id uncrly all the pieces wore
"repeated ill a low tone of voice," and
wheI we -selected "One child from
"alnong so many," we m1ado 110 col)
parison at all.
We havo no apology to make for
the brief report, hecauso we gave no
offence from intentionl.
We thought the critique of "Li" no
uni-called for, tlhat we dlid not enquire
wh~o "L"s' is ; nor do we initend tionw
who it is, if we can hlelp it. *We have
made a special request of those who
hlad charge of thle ofhico during our
sickness, in whlich timoe "IL" appeared,
thlat they ill not tell us the name of
Wre did appreeiate "the0 sweetness
"anld airtlessnoess of thle chlr, but
still we did not hear whlat every one
WeT hopo "IL," and all who think we
reported "the whiole affair was a fail
uire," will read again the report made
of the Pionio ini the Nmys of thle 7th
in~st. If desired, we will republish
We may add that our fooble hecalth
prevented our getting a fuller report
of the whole affair..
"I am~ growing 01(d," from the pen
of Mrs. C. LAnnD, will appear in our
Craro-rrs,May 15.--Sales light, MlIddling
wouild command 103.
CnIAuti~sroN, May 15.- Some sales in tile
mormnilg were ait fnrm and full pi lees, but
the markot afterwardse advanced illo
inlstanlces about 10. a lb., in consequo '
improving prices at Liverpool. Sales wero
210 bales. We quoto: Low Middling 25@
25.1; Middling 2(i@27.
Nsw YOnx, May 15.-Cutton fllrm, 28@~
283. Stooes sluggish. Money 5. Ster
ItvSrPnoot., May 15'.--Cotlon continiues
active. Advanced id since nooni. Sales
wall probably r'each 20,000 bales. Uplands
11.1. Orleans 12&.
SON AZOARTHI ((Grandaire, Ar
Igylo0, grandmlother., flertrandl ~.1l
will stand at my stablo, West ofL2A
Peas Ferry tIs season.
May 22.-x2* D. R. PICKETT.
Rj)ECElVED every oilher day from Chlo,
may 2DESP'ORTES & 111O.
ALLasl'es Cuf, Nails, For sale low for
aprl TCH101N, MoMASTERt & CO~