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VOL 11. WJNNSBORO, S.C, WEDNESDAYMORNING, J 3187.
DESPORTE'S, WILLIAMUS & CV.
l in the Town or Winnsbori, at. :3.00 in
'arcuably i a'ane,
k. Ali ii . ativdYer ti tn Io
pahl in ndivance.
Obitvi'y Notie.s and Trihnies $1.00 pr
Solected Pootr ,
BEAR (_N, BEAR NOBLY ON.
.T,)k alofl ! wit It I t int , i
W\'ilh persovering energy.
(1:nec upii tihe steMimes or line
W ti spiril so iing iy,
11111o iln thy 1h- -i1'1 enin.1,
AI - i inieess I 100h j ll tile uponl,
Effor in the wdi llil:-bine
Blear on. -hurrl nobly on.
Aro-vtoech dormanit flt1y
li bering inl thle- li):les brleast;
Our worSt- 11i11-1 gre:r114t. Cneay
1 i m , inal2111 S r i, '
Whence poverty,. conie'opt a6ul sinime
I iaee I he eningoe
If in lit.- i i le the pr (y claim,
'1 .ll -ii i t)r )) i .i i
.Each i n wnii l, :..s it :lii , poy :
ily Illn h un. 1,0 mi, ,,e.;
:Laborul brin.goJ e :1 0 hea l lll joy,
n-to v ir iill .
h . :0- v
Ai long as oughit rernains nUdonO
.I" tg I It nthIll lil, way.....
fied r a V i ' liea llr nobly J.
Wiili IS li tIMtbl wxi i i
oflic eye to1y uli fthn he t li7, art~.
Ilensenwairil iestiny Fulfill;
il lii'e'. ha l e thi r u. t pa Irt
1 oie ulti; . r ck stron g l
Che rueril it.-, the I.ning sunl.
Tho? cloud nrou h 1: 1i ity throng,
. ittr o n e r l 4 i)t
Let thle linouh hie, 'Ica
''h6 i w 1on Ii l it one i uain
Uny lind eney to nn. -
'Thoogh hit Ilbor be inl vi t :
Spre-th tie-I ho lv ont : proccota
Till t hin Ite liy;il taili is't
BY. nilly dr hri-ded
,ia r 4: n - bevarnitti ; 1y on,
iul ring the ,ai cotling wet T reei v
ea viit. Iromly clgochium Jack
Stalan(on, who 11had jneilt aned1101 a in1wv
011jee at I e)rrCIyvlle, After ti 1101s 2 .ia
we sa, int our cosy p1r,0r mokin our
eiaT suigg-ested that1 a1 bottle < ,, winle
wu11 n bI amlis. Jack Shook hi
-ANo, Charlie," sai ho. ."wngo'll leave
tlicne fo tht' uitiose who need it,.
"Youl nlsed to drink!, Jack."
Ye. 11mto it eer dim any good.'
AtAn1 do you thin'<i it ever dIdl ,onl
anly bann ?"l
Aso to hat I wil .. say ; it n'er
si'ill do mile anly hi' arm. I know it h I ao s
hmed othere whool wildren as strong a1
I tm. IY.Ithe waiy; Cearlie, isn't inry
Granvin here ? d b
' . rv s"sadI
y)ogisinjkno her ?"
I tuled away 1 fac a pilC habit peteId
iat I heard something at thi.t wit:
T have seen h ir," I rphied. 'when i
jhad composed iyself. She plays the
*tel wol-P sellos 0110 If two ill.ti
organ iphe ni ecrh.
"She~ an I d wre I~ scholae," dpur-O~
"nditnt1oe ;an'~~ rpain of0 die
br ttingsk~ her ton mb y il. I Do fanil n
4andgo shirhfe ?
othin Mng," I epni li,~t~,an t
Polie Ml~ ao eilt' w-I kilved tin of hter
wi'i inou feng my re'oition tot al
abtinenc~er row. sttr andC strlonge~r.
her falthewa theilg weahhistr a oina
Peirryi[,andy sihe andI' f'tlhe~ arnhe
were mong ~hl'the hpietli of ~te, ha
rinktig wne, ndu caidtp rew npon0
him util whefh he ttcl not lyv wh
duut his. bramy.~t k~v'lityhah
-tie ithme tobjiss tha, yhe wokas often
p rigyit ~'ic.id 'yOf'cs, adolncde
nh ,irciat~aes, on ot wof chingar
susi, imppean-1.h ma muetirefront to
he*~ lint nnk +~.D Mr.~I G~raio idno,
retan1~ t r m anyo~ years ho dietd an~
de nnad'sat, aing hifailyf~Wto in1
Thomtat ;tesnfu er le
fihtenNenwheYrk i s. Grnv'ille
nthiolutae ying,~r thtr id of~( ra
-non; h to ) iig a fls flush to mN
"Oh, my God I' T 0t(elated as 1
sn1k into a chai r, 'I wunder not Lit a
silo Iefised to phce ei her tLure liflc it
11% looping. t he has suffered enougli
mthe ac Cp. The night oJ
sorOw aind desolation Ia s been lou
noniligh ipon h Se. Sh would be wVOist
I hani id to take a hulsbannd whose open,
iig ph of ife led toAtwanls t he' pit. into
whiel i lie loved ones ul olier days ;Lad
"'Jt,"'I asced Amysclf "why did she(
not. It-l ine th whole trulh ?"
11m nodi 1liliey in answering the
Sihe had shnmktii from Wound
gmy feelin 1 knew L how seinsi.
tive she was, 111, 1 knew that site was
:1fralid 0f offenlding mie. Perhapsq shle
ownghtile proud and hea1dlsftront g
C liughi to rosmill. t!,i! a liberty on lI(r
patl, an.d p.lrhaps. she ima;ned I tight
lo) 1; 111o hier!i. as tie f-!r': gof o Ler
lland, in oll sd aio of 1:n% rt'llotillemrr
ie willo utl), an , th t, I illiglt. SIti
On ljrbdy Jack Stanton h.ft me, and
on S-L1nritday evening I called at, Mary'
boarding holls. Iary ieI-self aniwerted
m1y sin1lOa)!n. She started whien sie
SAW iu, and I sqow lhr righti. hiand move
qdI) toward her' ieart.
".\ ry" i I, Iite V c-InS, for
I. had a migliy streih of will to sup
llrn me, "I Iae not come to distreas
yon ; I coile ' as a frind, ald I immtiibly
as iiht you wil; (rive tnil audine
for. .9 fhow miillec."
She wen L into (he parlor, and I fol
lowed her, closing the dour behind
mfe; an1d whon we were alone sho
set the lam1p ui pon the table and mo
tioned me o t Oki a seIt.
" ,"saiid .I,"I1 will rot sit down,1
yet. Givye me you hand, Mary."
Mechan iea lly heil put forth her
hitiids, and [ took thiei inl my own.
Thoro was a Avoidering look in her
eyes, anid a slight flush had como to
lic pale chteek4.
.S:ry," I continued,- speaking
Iuwly and softly, aid I knew that
ihu1$tAgY Wts gatiering in my yes,
ae awr one tuotiotin. A n
o'lemn assurnce that I ask it for
your owvn good. TPell mc, do you love
m,, ? No, no -do not take your hands
iway yvt. Answer me if you can.
Ftar tot-O foar not ; for I had rath
er go into olidOs night than do you
wrng. Tell mc, Mary, do you love
"I ean not speak falsely," site trom
blingly whispered: "For my own
lI&acei perhaps I love you too well."
"Listen to ino one nmuo1cntt" I'add
od, drawing bor nearer to me U"when
I havo told you whtiat I have to tell,
yoI shall be the judge."
Sim did not strive to free her hands,
bite looked up cagerly into my face,
ald her eyes boamed with a hopeful
"You. know J.ack Stanton ?" Isaid.
Yes," she replied.
"Gli was my best friend when we
wvere at college, and my friendship
htas not grown less. Io came to see
miie,and told ic the trials and sufferings
of one of tie shoolmiats of his ear
Her days. Oh, Mary, I know well
why iy hand was refused, and I
blame you not. It inay bo that. our
paths will be different through life,
bt you shall at least kno. that le
whom you loved will so live that lie
shall not be iunworthiy of you. kindest
remiemibranico. I. know that I have
hitherto wandered into thte path of
danger, but honooeforth I ami free
from the dread snaro. Under the
new light that has dawned upon me I
hold( the wine cup tobo a fearful ene
umy. I will shunit it as I would shun a
shamoful life andl a clouded deathbed.
For mty own sake will I do thtis, so
that my sainted mother, if she can
look upon boerboy, canU smile approv
iinghy upotn te course lie has ohosen.
"And now,.Mary, if, at somno futuro
timoe you shoul feel that youocan
trust your happiness in my keeping,
you will giveine sonic tokoni thereof,
and1( I will comoe and ask you again for
your hand; and should it be my bless
ed lot to recoive it, I will devote
every energy in my being to make
yoneu life a joyous5 and plooful onte."
I lot go ther hands, and bowed my
head, to wipe away a tear. I turned
towards the (10cr, really intending to
departt and gohrtme for rofloc
(1ion, when shie pronoutnced my namo;
I looked back and her hands wore
stretched out towardls nte.
"Not now," I whispered. "I will
not a'sk your answer yet. IYatch mno
-poomc. Otily give me to know
tha~t I.have your love ad 'ood will."
I'stoppetd spdaking, for' Iary's head
htid lBoon pil l6eved t io miy boso,
and she was wdeoping li 'o aithild.
"Now I ' ridw !" she uttered ais I
wond~ my -as'1k -about- tier. "Oh,
Charlos,:I never doubted your truth.
I kilow yott.shnot doeoio me. God
1l1l4 yodi ~fbo todolutionW and lot
mogteolygoujto )eop it i'
that dvening& Ihuhi dul7 tell that ]
.. On the followinge 4ayse Sabbate
calim-and'pesn th fga
'I'hcy had takon 'th~oft Iiarp dow
fromt the w itllow., and within the chat
bers of the new Temple, more replen
dent far thaln tle old, they sang the
Songt that. aiforet-iuo mado joyous the
city of their (tod. All marked the
grandour of the music that spranU in
to life beneath tho touch of the fair
organist on that beautiful Sab~bath
ilorining, and all seemed -moved by in
spiration. To me it was like the holy
outpourings of a redeemed soul, and
with bowed head and folded hands 1
gave Imyself iu) to the sIubliilc intiu
ence. As Mary turned from the in
st-ruicit I caught her eye. Mine
were dim wiith moisture, but hers
were bright, gleaming with scraphic
Ero many weeks had passed anoth
er lmind.jrcssed the keys of the organ,
for Mary was not in ti choir. She
knelt before the altar by my sido
and over us both the aged clergyman
sheihed his hands with prayer and
And we went out from church to
gether-Mary and I-out into the
new life--bound heart to heart, and
hand to hand, to love, honor and chor
ish for evermore.
A MOUNTAIN IN SIwITZPR LAND
IALLINO IN-O A \ALL.Y.-he fol
lowing is an extract of a letter sent by
a gentleman in Feldkirch, Switzer
hand, to his parents in Liverpool:
"Not far from ire part of a mountain
has set itself in motion, and is sliding
down into the valley. The inhabi
taints of a villago at its foot are in
great constornation at the occurrence.
Last Winter we had very nuch snow
and rain, and the water has tricklod
dowi through all the crevices of the
mountain into the ground. It has un
derminod the foundations in one part,
and caused it to fall in about three
weeks ago. Other pieces have since
followed this one. Every few minutes
a nIow craok shows itself ; at first as
broad as a piece of thread, it be
comes gradually iroader and broad
cr, and one pieco of tho mo1un
tain rapidly follows 'another. At
present. a very large surface is in mo
tion to thedepth- of perhaps more than
liobls'iefr 'odd6T tif-___ O' 1in'on'n.
tain have disappeared in the cracks ;
paths which were formerly nearly lev
el have been separated into little pie
ce., of Which soein are twenty feet
higher than the noxt one, and though
the mountain was formerly covered
with large forests, there is now scarce
lya single treo Ol it in its natural po
sition. They have been wrnched out
of the earth and thrown away in all
directions,soei of them lying with
their roots in the air and their heads
in the cracks of the mountain.'"
DAn OF A "ICAvY WIGInT."
The coflin which enclosed the mortal re
mains of the late John Allen, who died
on Sunday and was e buried yesterday,
was the largest ever made in Troy. M r.
Allen was a man of immense breadth
and girth-not so large as Daniel Lam
bert--but turning the scale at three hun
dred and sixty pImmids only a short time
before lie died. In statute Ie was quite
s1mal., and consequently there was little
if any room upon his person to pilo any
more of that mountain of fat with which
he "larded the earth." Tihe dimensions
of his comfin were as follows: Length,
five feet ten inches ; across shoulders,
two feet eight inches ; depth, twenty
one0 inces. The hearse -admitted this
iinmence coffin by just an e'ighith of an
inch on either sideo; but previous to re
moving the body from the honse t~ho
doors had to be removed to enable the
bearers--twelve in number-to pass the
remains out. It was firee intended to
deposit the remains in thmo vault at St
Mary's Cemetery, but upon arriving
there it was found the collin conl not
be aot within the door-Troy Tmes
Tite P.AnBODY EDUcA-rrONAT. FLxnD.
-The committee ap~pointed at the Ed
ucational Convention in Lynchburg, Va.1
to report on the most jndicione plan of
administering the Peabody fuind (or ed
uicationial purposes, consider th~at, owing
to the many embarassments which envi
ron the trustees in the discharge of the
responmsile duty assigned them, it would
be the wiceat and most effective disposi
tion of the funid to em ploy it in pre
paring primary teachers for the perform
ance of their functiduis, rather than in
the bestowal of primary instruction itself
Qn pupils, and that it woul be expedient
to solect a few of the most suitable pupils
of both sex6R fromi several leaing in,sti
tittions in difterenit districis of theo boun
try aind assidt themi to perfect their edut
cation as primary school teachers, on a
peg in writing that thoy ill not in'
t13 capacity of primary teachers .fo-a'
period of ten nmgnths for every yeat.(hmab.
theV shall renoivo Stioh assistant
N. Y. Hei'ad.-.'-'
The Now .York Tribuno does nlot.
know wjiat Congress means by its acoo~
"unless it is to eterrnize, if noti Ns~oloto
ly roptidiati- 'the pmblio adbt? T4f
New York Cormercial- (Republicainy'
follows this upby. intimating that theo
measures,pgris~d iwl Mi'n1rgpt tl e
Govprinjont and the country, :i
* 86d'if ih4 bhic~ ~lhmb$ eot
hiving prbpomdd Gen Vhil- Shattnit- a
'- t aedidato Jor4~residdnt1 the Jiynch.
ough-t to putt old ".Sube"' behind to mabo
han run well.
The Scoond Supplomnztary Act.
The following is the Seceond Stppl
ment lary Act as it passed both I louse
of Colgriess :
AN Ar SipplemeiNitaI'y to an act enti
lied ".An ait to provide for the Imlori
eflicient. govermnnir'it of tiw robe
States;" passed March 0ml, 1S,
ar~d thle act siitplemenitar v theore'to
passed Mareh 23, 1867.
, it enacte(d by/ the, Se f d an 0 fou.s
of Rpresentices f-th ,*I,,/ n io ! o
imric in Congre'ss ass. n!1 1 1. That
is hereby declared to bir been the tru
inteiit and mealilig of Ihe aw t of 2-1 eiy
of areb, 1'07, enti'led .A; :ICL 1o pr.
viide for tI Ie more elicinat roveriment
of tho reel! State"," and of t Ih acts Slip.
plementary thereto, passed on file 2:;d
day of Marcb, 1807, that the govern.
mIients then exisig ini the rebel t.ates
of Virginia, North Uarolina, South Car
ol ina, Georgia, Albana, .\lisissippi,
Florida, Lonisiana, Texoas aii.I A rn.
sas, were not legal State go nents,
and that hereafter said govern:nents, if
contimiued, were coitiiied -uhje.ct ill all
respects 1o the Military (Jonnanders of
the respective districts and to the pir.
amount authority of Congres..
Si.:. 2. And be it farther enqci!,
Timt tie commiander of any dist"et ton
med inl sa:d act shill haVe powt-r il. ' eo
to tle disapproval of tdhe genieral of the
aries of the Ulnited States, to have
affect. until disapproved whenevcr in the
opilion of sich coniiialder tho proper
1ininlistrationl of Gaid act. shall I rmvpiire
it, to sipeind or remove from1 ohlice, or
Fromt tle perfortmanco of olleiil ditivi
ind11 the exercise of official power-, oany
Aflicer or person holdingm l or oxercisinii
)> profesingr to hold or exerciSe, aiv
2ivil or mili tarv office or duity ini snch
listrict ider any power, electiop, ap
ioltment or authoritvy derived from, or
nuited by, or claimed under, any so.
allod State or tle governmeanit t1ore.3,
rll and mnIIIicipal or other division there.
, and upon such susiension or removal
;ch Coimaider, subject to the disap.
roval of the general as atforsaid, a11111
lave power to provide frim time to tie
or thI tit( nerfornpce.of I a.mi ' * or
'Cimoved, by tihe detail of s-omeic Com11pe.
,ent oileer or soldier of the army, Or b,
ho appointment of some other person to
erform the saue.' and to fill vacanciesi
>ccisioled by death, resigmation or
Sv-c. 3. .1 nd le it futdr elnevb,
Lhat tihe general of the arimiies of' tim
Umited States shal11 be iniveste'd with all
hio p1owers of ,Senion, relioval, ap
oinitimient., Itid detail granited in time
proceeding section to Dist rict Coimmand.
S . I. And be it f enactcd,
That the acts of the oflicers of th army
tiready don in removing in said dis
tricts persons exercising the functions of
:ivil officers and appointing othels in
their stead are hereby confirmed. Pro
vided, That any persoii heret.ofore' or
hereafter appoited by any Dis'.rict
Commander, to exorcise ti functions
of any civil office, may 10 removed ei
ther by the military officers in command
of the district or by the general of the
Svc. 5. .An l be it /rther cnactd,l
That the Boaids of Registration 'provi
ded for in the act entitied "A act sip
plomniiitary to "An act to provide for
the mo, e , fflcient government of the
rebei States," passed March 2, 1867,
and to facilitate restoration, passed
March 23, 1 867, shall have power, and
it shall be their 'ditty boibre allowing the
registration of any person, to ascertain,
upon such facts atr information as they
can obtain, whether such person is en.*
titled to bo-registered uinder said act,
and the oath regnired by said act shall
not be concluisiv.e on such question, and
no person shall be registered uinless
such board shall decide that lie is cnt i
tied thereto, amid such boai'd sliall also
have pitvor to examine unider oath (to
be administered by any member of the
board) any onoe tonching the qualii
tions of any person claiming registration
But in every care of a refusal by thc
board to register an applicant,
and in every case of striking his name
from the list as hereinafter pr'ovided, thc
board shaill make a note or memoranda
which shtill be retuarned with such regis.
tration Jints to the. Commanidinf
General of the District, settitng forth tht
grounds of stch 'rehunl or sucn striking
from thai ist. *'Provided, That no per.
son shall be disqnalified as memnber a
atny Board of I'egistrationi by reason. o
race or color.
Stwo. 6.' A it be it further On1al
That the trit initent and' meanmng of th
oath prescribed in saidt .Suppl~ementanry
actia (among other thinga) that no pet'
son who has been a- member of thme beg
isitre of any State, or wthio ham; hel<
iny e'xechtytve or- juiilh oflce int anj
St'dte, \hethieblb hns taken tan oath t
snppdrt the ontstitutioni of the Unitem
States or not, atnthwheotherbe was hold
ing o0fice at the commencement of.th
rebellion or had held it before,. and wih
neakn-ulki'i naged in ipsuurroctioi
or eb'l~o agins~haUnited' State<
4rgivdgaki r comfoit to tho enomieo
swpf4,eQttitjed' 6 he registe6re
!t votoe ;and th~p Awordst "oxecutive o
juoiis Hco' nany $tate" in,spid oat
mentfd i11ftl Y6o construdod toj uchd
uiil'vit'ofllces'orated by law. for th
'admihiatratiott of any goer'al htw of
S1rtt, oi for theq aditiistration of justic<
or for tho keeping of the pmuilic peace.
Sm~v 7. Aind be i't furthecr cenckt
That. the timo for the completing th
original registratiotn provided for in sai
act imay, in the dilcretion of tih Coll
manuder of anv distiet, b ext.ended t
he first day of October, 187, ali th
loard of Ieogistration sial have powv
and it. shall be their dtl, coniienein
fourteen ldays prior to anty election ill
der said at, anld upon re4aisonable publi
notice of the time and place thereof, t
revise, for a period of tive days, the reL'
istration lists, and pillon hoing satistiet
tIhat in y persoi not enliled thereto ha
heeni re!gis!i.eretI, 1.) strike t ho n'1e V
snch porson from the list, and such pr
son shall not he allowed to vote. An
such person shuall also, during the Sni,
periuud, add to snch registry the name
of ahll pr-rsons whIo at. that kime posses
tle <inalit is requlired by .i1 atL w;1
have not. beei already registered, mal
no person shall at al y ti be ent itlef
to be registered or to vote by reason o
atiy evecitivt, pardon or aitnu.styv fit
any act. or thing which, withot.' sune
pardon or atminest.y would distlifry him
from regist.rat ion or votini g.
Stw-. 8. A id be it f"t rtiwr enactd,
That section four of said last. namtned act
shall be construed to authorize thl om
manding General inamed Itereiii, when
over lie shall doom it needful, to remove
atny iember of a Board of Registrat it,,l
and to appomt attother ill his stead$
and to fill anY vamancy it such board.
Bt:e 9. And be it further ilenac
That all members of said toird of e
istration ; aid all persons lereafter v4let
ed or appointed to oflice inl saul tilitary
district under nily so-cplled State or
mimiciptal anthority , or by detail or -tp.
poin tmtent of tho Distriet CommInt er
shall be requnired to take nild sub6tscrj ib
the oath of offico prescibed by law for
oflicers of 111 Unit ed State.
Si.c 10. 1Aml be it fu'rt/im- emickIl
That no District Conn.uaier or metmber
of tho Board of Registration, or any of
lho oficers or appotintees acting nnder
thoti sll be bo)iund inl his action by any
opilioni of anty civil oficer of the Ifiited
Si.. 11. A nd be it furthr enact..,
l'hat. all the provisions of this act andl
11tne ci, to which tln i-3 '(11m eeNm
I tat I C1 i e ts diereo" n \t
aid perfectly carried otit.
Important to Planters and Othors.
Capttaii awkms, commandin. tito
post at Darlington, has sultit tedi the
following points to the Comninding
Genlieral for his opinion
Freqnecnt causes of theft aro reported.
Corn, odtlder, etc, are founnd missmg,
tntd traced from .th premises of thto
owner0 direct to a neighboring plaita.
lion. The owner desires a Searcl war
rant trom a magist rate to recover his
property. He is sitr that it may bo
found aanong the lborers' onarters on
said plantation. But ho does not know
on whom to fastei suspicion. Tho
n tesion is, can a magistratto so frame a
search warrant as to entiitlo the holder
to entry ilito ad 111 11any and ill
promises otn saidl platntat ion, or must the
owner of Ilio corn, etc., obtaill a Separate
warrant, for each of said premiis ? By
contract, the planter generally specifies
that, lie is to be permitted tojputer ally
house otn his pl.'u ait will, beanutse of
their beitig all hiiown propjerty. Now,
can a nleighbor Who haits lost t.ho corn,
etc., look upon the difl'erent negroes
<itartersans cons!tilm 01n0 anid the
.saitmo premnises, all-sutbject to actioti nnl.
From11 te reply of QGen. Sicls, we
extract, it s minil paragraph:
"Ill general, atch wiarrants can only
bto issne~d upo'n1 fornm by affdavit show
ing probable grounuds for thte belief that
the stoletn property is on thte, premiset
designated for search ; the warrant shtoul(
be placed in theohands of a constable
sherll'r deutysheriff, and b~yhi
executed. If the affdavit describesr
platntation as the premises whore th<(
property is secreted, the authority ti
search would extend to the dwellinif
and all appltrtenlances. P'ronmisc
held by agreement between landlor<
and~ teinantt wvoid not be appurtentant
atnd a separate warrant must, ho issuoi
La auithorize a seatchu theroaon."
fIuK Rmirno.un Corrnavi~nsv. -Tlh
Oranigeburg New's says: On Wednles
day last, an application was made to hil
HotrJuudga Glovor for awrit of crto
rari agmamst Lifo City Council of' Columl
bia. It seemns that the Cifv Conntei
Iinterfered in the dipute ex'isting hie
twoon the South Carolma 8I. 'R. 00om
patny, and thes lambnrg and .Cohiimbi
RRl. UJompany-: and under thle ple11 1
abating a umtiarlfcd, ru'mlovedl an e:gin
oin the South CIarolitna R. R. track, a
the point where the ot~her road destiro
to cr'os. The spot hatppened to ho1il
time middle of "Rico Street," one of t l
immgngy hiays of'0olumbingknoyv
Ionly by being laid down 'as such otn
-jinporthe Oity, but wvhich has neve
Ibeent opened. for trayel as such. -
.The~ ooo of theo ph titioners was abi
advocated by'THou. Joe. D. Pope ; whil
althi e iAl ibill~ the City Colmec
a wer& etsented v TI.10.T J. Arythnl
t(l.oth g emonbi'of' the dlimnibid bar
rvwho certainly toada' several strong pohl
u inl favbrofo 6'lig a~~ muthortt <
a t6hettck sloh." ' * '
a - Ttid isatn 'of-sho~oto frm the oolebr
, Led rpihroad CasQ n0w' -penldinlg in,dhn'
cery tbetwonn the rivaml companies ahm,
o Fron the Wheeling 7Ie/1 n'r w
.1 Copy tho following: "Rlev. Ashy Si.
I- vels, well known thirouigholit. \Vest \*it
o gna as a Methetlist, niiniter, now
Li teacher at Point. Pleasant. ha. invent.
r a clock which may jullsl y I r-iiIh(-l
q among the remarkable inven o in f d&
timtes. I, is nor, recurately speakinq
e a clock, but. an attachmoen t wh ich m:
r> bejoined to any clock. It caletate.;
with scientific precision, tle risin.g am
i sttag of tihe still, 1110011 and str..
R Shows th chllangea inl the moon, tm
f Calculates all tihe eclipse. t. show- tIn
right asCeslion and deleelensioln 01 th
I stars, the place of the si or moon it
l the zodiac, and in what conti-Ilation
3 with Inaniy other of he- eklstial pie
lnlmena. Thu101 it will do Cl onio 1111
dred years to colte. At the end of that
tiei it, would haye to be stopped, ro a
to loset a day to makte the caiulaltion
correct. for the nixt one hiindred rearn
-a lecessiity g wrowing ot of lhe fct
understood by scieitile men, that, cal.
enda Ii tile (oes not absohI'.ely corres.
pliond With ne inal tilie, So that in i eie
tury the fumer gains a d:tv. Profess;or
White, State SuIllperin i enleh of Schools,
who has seen M . SItevC'., iIvention.
and is faimiliar with its detniay, aars it
wil do all we have mentionel, and mnleh
llore. It is, howtever, exceidingly simo.
tdo in its Consancton, an: easily under
stood. M i'. SVtevnI.(1\ who seenm to h-re
a gellilus for meelmi, ia'le this OI
Sri v:tnce I hroliglitit, with his owal halih.
I Io calon itr ia eroomb l:1! an
mthenii c-liming a1 patent for ''
1T 'Nevw York TWAl., i he 1 th.
SYays: 1"n their anxbipn deSire t-> e<mle
for thenmeves th<-: h-anas re ca.
Ltin, 111", fr-eedition "Irv t"Ic
the righits and1- duties ofekizenipj. .\n1
it is not, Simply that. they lare red-ll 1"
nccept eduicatioti as an elenosyiar
gift.. 'The best teat ure in t ii eive ii I 1wt.
whenever able, they anr willing o py
for it. Iu the State e Gclorg.via, for (.
ample, there are two undred and a1u ir
ty six freedmen's schools, of wihi- fift
two are supporlod by te li area, -.
t.~S42,T~ by, Norit heiu soiemtie,a .
ored people is mak~i;in, gra tifying prIog rss
im Ovorgi.m, recetily published retori
llowilig thmt from Ootober, 18 (1 G, t>
June i 30th of the present year, here h:i
been an increaso of one hundred and
eighty schools, one hundred An 4even
ty-six teachers, aid ten thoiand siven
hiumlred and twenty--six pupik. We
are not supr'ised to learn that the .ie
groc's earnesiess in this ma tter ii b.ing.
mg about a heNAhby react) of seatnent
among tile whites in favor of hir ed.
catio I." It. wol cttainl v he to tle
disgraco of (te wlites if it, wvere so.
'.iPUr B1OARD 011V it .GiT'i -I
amiotler cohinmln of our paper this
morning will lie foil the appoint
nmnts of Registers for the Statoe of
South Carolina. These appoint ments,
wo havk'every reason to believe, were
made with great eare and Cl -l cire 1we..
tion, as indeed inmay, in part he inferr
ed from the fact of their late annonne
ment. Gen. Sickles very wisely. we
think, hiais delayedl regi-Arat ion) ais loig
as lie could ; and the second, we be.
lieve, is the only M ilitary District
whro.rogistraition hma; nlot c011nn1ene?
od. From the restrietions of tle Act
creating thie oflice, and fromi other ob
vious consiidrationsi, thle judicius se
lection of suitable meni for these posts
was attended witht groat difilueuty.
We hope, however, that. (len. Siehles,
by dint of diligent inquiry and
(1e1ibaration111 hasa last succeodeid iln
appointing the right mlon iln thio right
N..W F. . U N. . . . \ N D. - l n r s - - h
cy HeIart's Comntenat correspionldent of
of the Iloltonl Jhurno/ rays: Wa
amiuses one0 at first in these houses ie
the inovitableo Laby, or the tw ins in
arms. T1hecre is a lhaby ini oivery
house,amnd cords of' little childiren
everywhere. Blut all the babie~s atre
of thle same ago I To be sure, as the
young ladies remarked, "babies10 are
always iln season ;" but it didl seemw
stranige that they shuould all lie bort
about~ the same time at. Hleart's Coni
tent. 1lTho life of the fisherman miay
possibly acconnt for this "1nfant phe
nomnenon.'' At thlis season, for' ini
stance, all the boys, and nearly all th<
able-bodied men aro at L~abradorv
. They are absent all Summer. The
.return in the fall. And this anlnuat
I 0rop) of jhivonilos, as Tony WVolloi
iremarked, is "Vt econmskanai of .that ori
Tua['IP 1 N1)tA.--WVo shaull pretty ce!
1 tainuly have some utnpleasant rvvohla
.tions at the close of the year ats toth
Scost of the so-called Indian War, sup
posoed to 1)0 raging spolewhaoro onI thi
*r GIroa Plains, A million dlollarA
week ds now spoken of as the flgutre
bitt wo sbhl bo agreuably dlsappoint
o od If we got ofl' with twice that wookl:
i stun from theo openitig: hostIlitIes I1
,the Spr'ng . unt-il Lhoir oloso jisti
Fall. Yo shall, however, look htop
a fully to )omnoral Shormnan to limit o i
fburdens its niuch ,atsposb.- .
r 'J~me% * pos -N
t, horpnblio debt is going up at th
n- tateof 90po t.Wdnty-fout inillicas
- muonthi. That is onily tuo hundied an
forty illhionsu a year!
Au Ittorosting Desoription of Surratt.
A% 8urat sits in Court with his hat re.
Iinove.l. we.,l See his faco more clearly. A
vunli hedm, long, glosay, light. bron hair.
1,rusheld u frot a full fair brow : aniall
'tuilin inos, no holloti at its parting t'voun
the forehcitl I (it a ihild's fingerinid noros
would hardly fill ihe indenatis; eyes gray,
'leep -*ot, near togot her, earitest, secret Ii v,
hut wil h a goodl deal of composture, gained
perhaps in so long driMg fato to do its
iorst ; mont h weak, half hidden by a light.
alliurtii tutache, ndil along, lnairow.point
. itit ot' boart peniant from the tarrow
ehin. The facte is iliost a tringlo, nar.
rowing down regularly froitn th forehead
on each sile to thle pointed chinl. '
So t he yoilig prisoller sits, liowl in y
Ing I paimt fC11n, lot iing each little etIail in
lawyer, witness and ttl lator, usiallv
seren01, soimetiimes smiling. I larough theimo-.
nor01 diys, while the Featlei vih'ate, Weigi.
"ig his lifr adil death. Whit, neimhiorica
11111A 'rowd uroon hint! Ilki youth at t ho
Jesuliti llege; his heep zeal for tia rebel
0 tils; his long night jottruteys with iror.
atnl ion fronil Washington itoltichmontid ; then
wih i mlnev alls MI uiessa-ges romi lichmond
to AnSteal: running picke; haot at by
s , 8it: sa. Ilel ings anl gIlA moietings wiI
h a hethrot hed, who waits here to take lito
a uid and givo her wonian's voice for lila
I; he long Candiain hillg, going out
oniily by hight amid in lriestly ventures ; I id .
ing of the Irial aill excett'ion nt his ramil
i ,'s; o' he impomidng file of h iother --
(for humtan nturar's sako hi counsl shouldi
Ove th-ir as Hion Itf he desjiCito 0oo
:%lil save her, but wias Iot allowed to)-the.
of her ignominiou dumoth: io Pcoret ocean
lySl'mge: I An msenlmamts in linghm al
.ranoe; tihe half yenr's servico as anom.
misol'lier ; talking oveiywhero otho one.
gren I .her il . fillel hii thoughts : his
atraet nt ILh little Italini villago ; i lenp
of thirty-seveni toot over tho Pariet to
"SIn. whiii, the conoivnnee of his guards;
-i is ii;.i4h to Naples ; thont up lhe Nlitor
rnean ; no permianent rofse--no re . for
the sohp oft li foot : his Inn ding nt.Aloxan
'-ito tiiB lme tilo of' Janissariws waiting Io
ni- h iagiln, and St. Matrio, liko amt
avhger of blood, st andiing by to IleIt ify
h henl Tl i hip hord, pris'm, Iilmieles,
an i la long; witt ing for ho vor.liot.
' -.e I. I'NeN s.- ir. Ilazolw oll, in is
i eaelter W -3'ly1'i..w, thii alidedto the
I0ality attending 11ih imperial rule Inl Max
All Mexican Eimporors known to history
were unfortunate. They eonstiulto a luok
ilil, The first o fese Was lontemn,
i'lo ~ ~ 10. at oilimg over Mexicio
cle.I stoines anId rrows oil himl% When' h 1o
sought to prevail on them to ceaso their a
ta1"!Ci: oil lie Spaniards, anid lie pniardsi14
had4 iitliletiled lie nmost iismiulting outirages on,
hitie:. lIis successor wits Iis brother Cua.
.lahiun, who, after a reign of four months.
dipi of tIho simall- pox, that exqluisitO spool
mon of civilization firnished by tho Old
Wcirli to the Now. Then Canmo (Iatalloziln.
who lost I io opiro, who Wits "ute lait, of
thm A/tos," le who was ftortured by tle sSpau
ilrd.s, alnd whimo was hanged by ordcer of
(or'tes to file bransches of a eeiba,,itree, far
i ltIho wilderness, onm a alse clargo of hav
ing conspiredi againmit his contueorors, An.
'utlin the First, commonly oatled tuirbide,
lost his throno, and then his life in lir -Ing to
recover it, bleing taken and Shot. Rno ot'
Montozuma's decendants visited Mexico,
coming from Spiaini, in Iho hope of persund.
tho Muexoans to mako hin Emperor; but
they would not liston to hWm, and ho wenl.
tIo New O orleans, wherho ie shot hlmavaohf bie
e'llso a1 lady diii iot roturn 11t passion h1
ftll. 11 elr, ho being well past sevcIly
ye!ar, n modern version of All for Love, or
the World Wull L,ost. biko Maxhuilinn, h -
oxClhaigged large Euiropen posiessiois fr
an Ximerinn gravo. At now poor M axi
lliliall, t ma.111 of w'rth, tilont, courage,
lenling. htiri tlti positon closes the sita
1spo,3ot ra processplion, "lying down Il dark
n1ob", aild linerimg his place in asLs."
Goo'n liii: Loos'i':'r!"-.1Th Mlaton
lionigo Aldocu/e sny 1 : "If Ln-gstm'et Iha
goni ho Itho hmadicals, lie is idead to us, anid
wIo (drnw I do'wn a veoil, behind which is all
itreeot mlay partlilpat e ini limo wlid dleviltr y
of the hit11or oppr'essorsi of his people, buit.
thmero will bo tew to follow him inl his wild
career. Th'lere wvill be few whmo will cat-e to
rlecogize( in lthe futuro lt'adit leader thmi
man who lead oitr ragged host inb time v'ery
jaw's of' death in defoee of his country. It.
wams not theon decided bmy thes sword that wo
shiould be dleprived of ottr evemry might. It.
Is even now left to tie to stcoli the ranks of
lthe groat mlajority of thec peopio of thils
Unmilon, whmith majority Is at this dau in
fi vor of grratntlng us equaml rights., Thmo
ltadicals mailjritieis of last ye0a1 wore ltho
firiuts of tho unlftuntol iot in Now Or..
leant, anid thoro' is overy' Itulontion that,
Northornt pubhllia entuient has recovered
from the spasnt of anlger,. wich oansed by
tlhat. riot result ed in hlnndioalizing Congromn
and fastoning nmpon 11s the milhtary hill,
louigstreet had' thue right to remaIn wlth
In5 amnd piatitently inwait outr restoratlen, but
.lhe las chosent otherwise, and instead of
, being followed intoth l onmttp of our Onept~lil
by our pleople, they will, as did(1 lim gallant
battlo-aoirred flood, tiurmn from Ihm with a~
- igood bye Iionigstet."
CanT,Or.is ITs~i-rNI'.-'l'hto insanlly of
Shmo limpresstarlottahuni becomuo so COn,,.
flrmed and so violeont that alme cannot be loft
Ialone ror a moment.. Sheo is.onslatly en-.
doavoring to desutroy hmorself, . Arnu'a
i nterv'a's she has aaaoneon(s, in }}Iohi
'ho dlecae, a"I do not wanrt to hvor. 1 pire.
fer dleth to such a ljto as ildsa. Whmee Is
tmy husbhamnd ? Ahmall I over atee 1dm agahn
N4o, no, ; hie Is doodih and yet tlAtill l1ve
-- Not a qtanrtor ot an liir . ms uttfl i~ hat
y tme unihaptpy pinmceas dnd~lIis news 4 r
husbanld, ieor bodily hmealth haine sJred
sorely, and It h's vety mdo~ttn dI f she wIll
'sustvo lbor husbind loltgienwat PorL.
A feii sryje oh stenari 'mat'ri u ip4ereil
itn Jioullon iffwdyn'agi,' 1t *'nr'-lghr,
open hMiggy, orrying.tro mdaan,m a h*tdd no
visible umeqans oti,.oopietip hsate Ii *hUght
par nlthinto jh bra u cin.
huorso car'; but, wtien Ihe V edP' ite
Shuggy'iras t dtt*4dA do-Mfd' tot1s b lhe
earuftiap455as-uidedRas easily 1a lf~ a r.e
M Almbord of Cdt-s% ~ fra~t
Washington1 Atrie6 tallwn3ay . W Oitttt4
owerel iamoalbbe otherwise '"i449' -
d Rnm Ia Anai, not Anna, lais ho coek
sp'elling~ ofilho old gootleman's inme