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WINNSBORO, S. 0,
.Wou 7sday Morning. Oo. 2, 1807.
Dopwvtvs, 1i1ll1iians & Co., Pro'ps.
'IRUL tOOLI..\RS -r year TWO DOL.Al
r n t1,1 haoo1' oN10 or, ll.A Ii far three mosnths.
I tio p 4.cr w ill L 11 da.-ot nu6a .4na thle ex I.
A "I'iho hnt ' fair which p:avinp t im lonit ti ol,
'.' ru c aturers f%% i a crop s. ;rk aim the wra p;pr ar
S of h'lh 'r p-irer, Will tana-ifmstantI tit tho lino
. 1 . . - 4. % irc.
le it,: i TI uN (t 'PIM --Osno Doillrr pe(r s411talo
fhr tlia'irst.1 nuii *4rvo-ty i v ei ts f r encia saalsso.
li iii er v lii. A -i -Te consists at'tlie sp -cu cait.
Pit" I il - ti vo lit. 4111' it a % .) tylo.
f.I1 1 It A'I S -- 1) coplen auot year ''V. nty-fho
IaaI1us. Anl extra cno11y t ow tih verion oakuit p i to
c'U.. 'aOr it I st Jian tr. I07.
O'P* 'Vithh-1o wt a llt f'ropil tht( dilia n cittb i
fo aar. .i L i l i ie gae, aly la p ra1i f ti rop s.n m aking It
c til ' n dII-it i ait'y itiithr of itaims tit tho 5inliae rato.
Ir41 Ir t oil- ltitit s, midereaono a t i t oltar
eraa for sUbeIitm u , -eclvertising nod jb w riak nro
On Wednesday, Its every body
Inaows --tile toiurlnliaenit eisted, a
I right, clear day, with a sun that
11oIna~l its ardenit favors 111spicionlsl,
lt ". lit tle to) plntifully upon the
a'ec'1c. It Ws a som.at ioi 11ad our
coannIiity was .lhakeni from its tor
por, tit leat for, at diny. The stroots
were cIowdal-hI y4 111(d old 111011,
y, nyg ho1liecod 1 b; - rcant and
.f'a-saJial mIie.-a1li enhger to wit
ne.s tlie ntd manly rivalry
for (w iumhonors of the "tilt."
The followill is a coliploto lit of
the knigihts mid tko characters they
I . EdXgair of' ilavenswood.--.3V. D).
. Amiot, Knight of the Branch
d as. Adams1!.
3. Zonave Kn ight-Wm. Herron.
4 luidependent Uknilown l Knight--.
J ohn .\viint y.:e.
5. Knight of (ie Lost Canuso-,Jno.
A. lr - r.
urkii.-Ah Kn ight--Joseph Kennle
. Kiight of the Leopard-Albert
8. Knight of the RHed Plumo-.
9. Kn"llight of the Black Plume
10. Mexican Lancer-Robort 1).
'1I I livi
11. Knight of (lie (arter--D. 11.
12. Kiiglt of 1Ianho1-41. E. Elli
13.' Knight of tle White llos-Du
H-. Knight vf tihe Cross-T. iloss
15. Knight of the Lone Star--Ed.
10. Knight of the Tmiple-R1. M.
17. Jas. Fitz James, Kibg t of
Saowdoun -JKaa. Davit.
18. .llotspurl-W1. J. Eglestonl.
19. Naieless Knight - Claronco
20. Knigiht of the Pines-Mastor
At thie hiour J~osignaited1 the caval1
vado oif kntighits moved ltroughi the
streets fromt thu Southern't ext remnity~
of' the town [t owarid thio list s-a gay
anud brill ian t imugou at with111 plmge,
wecll cuaparisoned horseswl, prancing and
cuvett i g ini symlm Pthy with the Spir
it of chivalrty that was being transport
ed over the la pso of soveralI centur'ics to
04!r ninetoonthlieentury strocots-thieir
r-iders sittinug wuith Conse and1 graco and
3'rprsenu1ting in chiaractor and~ appro
priato garb inconugruously enough, but
with piclturesquo effoot, overy century
aiin mny o.limes f'romi thto inception
of knighthood and the period of its
per'fectioin in tho era cf theo "Goldoni
Cross,"' anld thie "T emiple," and "Ivan
hoe," to th1e( m~oulrnful opoch1 of - the
anid tho "Mexicaun Lancer."
M i~any procVodod and1( overy bod(y
elso followed the march of the
IKnights to the "Field," whaoro ar
r'an gatmentsi had boonu comnplotod for
.Arrived upon1 thie ground, and a
prelliiry daush in front of the rings
being Okoented, dlisplaying tho mottlo
6f the horses and hiorsenianship of tho
knighits, tho f'iold was clearod-and
the kniightly issno was about to be
joined. Tihe Iherald theu summtoned
Edgar of Ravenswooi-and at tho
sound of theo trumpet this knight with
gallant bear'ing and skillful horsomnan
chi p bounded a wa~y - and oponoil the
trnay with only partial suloess.
fonannot recount the feats or do
measuab sopurato knight, as ho
We Venture sti in (ho a tilt, nor do
h1opos and agftiol o the fearsI' and.
Ant queens, as thoyff many exp)ot.
tuating f'ordntoof fayonty tho flue
.owill:inly say tha a3ht.
of hereguar "triaj' tlA nd
Vhe knights "f
ofihp fin(os," b ad -eooj e th'a e o
-7.rings and theo knights ofe the 'o
ekuo" and "S81 nidt," wiero iai
i coimipetitor at this stago foj the bon,.
ors of the day, is a ]ad of 12 years,
and a son Of Vol. II. C. Davis of this I
District. This indecisive result neces- I
sitatod another trinl, betwoen the rival I
kights, and here catme the pith of the
day. 'ile knights iiiouiitod-the signal
was sounded-and with dexterous I
uiiln llavehsood -again darted for
wird upon the course, and bore off up
oi his well poised lanco-two rings.
Then followed the Templar, with no I
lessgallant bearing, and with isimilar
Next the young Knight of the Pines
appeared, at the end of the lists-the
rings were lowered-the signal was
given and away lhe swiftly dashed
along the track--ene ring first circled
iround his lance-thon i sceond-and
then a third ats his steady nerve and
at:d romarkablo skill plucked from
the close eoit est, ai id the applause of
the spectators-the iighe.st honors of
Again another tilt must resolve the i
equal claims of the Templar and
Ravenswood-and again the trumpet
sounided the summons. This ti me
Ravonswood, with well sustained skill
achieved all the rings-and was fol
lowed ly the Templar; but either
this Knight's previons fortune or his
"Lady's" inspiration had capriciously
deserted him, for two rings were swift
ly left bohli nd Vim.
Next tlhe isue beteen Sir Amiot
andC the Lost Cause, was repeated and
Sir Amiot carried of the palm.
After this tihe prizes (crowns,) were
awarded by the Judges, through Col.
T. W. Woodiward, as follows
Ist prize, Knlight of the Pines.
2nd prize. Knight of liavenswood.
3Id prize, Kitight of the Temn ple.
Ith prize, Knight Sir Ainiot.
And for skill in horsemanship, the
prizes were as follows :
1st prize, Edgar of Rtavenswood.
2nd prize, Turkiih Knight.
3rd prize, Mexican Lancer.
4th prize, in acknowledgomont of
the hest horsemanship, (over the left,)
the Iidependent Unknown Knight,
was awirded the tin clp, and receiv
ed the token amiably and g'racofully.
After this master Davis bestowed
the Crown of Love and Beauty, upon
little Miss Maria Gaillard, and recciv
od in roturn tho Laurel Wreath of vio
tory ; and Miss Hollo Taft, Miss Kate
Gaillard, and Mis's Lou Aiken were
designated resp eetively, first, second,
and thiird mnaids Of honor.
The favored ladies, were then hand
ed to carriages by their respective
knights, and with a bright and gaudy
ret inue of all the knights were cammie
ted to their homes, and thus ended
the spirited mnd manly sports of tile
day. That evening a large compmny
assenbled to engage in a dunce, the
ahpproplriat e sequoil of the knightly gal
lantry of the daiy. Butt our pen1 is
tired and can't essay to "do" a party.
Wer must not closo without ad vert
ing to the graefuml and dlexterous
equestrian display d uring the day, in
almost every inistancee, antd to the taste
and appropriateness of miany of the
WXe publish to-dlay a most admirably
prepared letter (.o.*Gov. Orr in protect
against hisi official comiiiomdtion of Gen.
Sickles' ndinisit rat ion.
Certainly if Gov. Orr conscientiously
enterltains lhe opimon lie expresses of
his representative character in this rc
lation, lie is strangely mistaken and it
is proper that lie should( 1)e nnidecived.
Wo believe that the letter of Col.
Wood ward, a former imemnber of the
Laegislature,and a gentleman of inlnene
in this District, conveys the deliberate
anid univ'ersal sentiment, of this comnmuni
W;,h the exception of' General Orders
No. 1 0 from which we dissent-but.
which is probably approved by a ma
jority of (lie peoplec Of this State-and
upon which thmeroforo it may niot be pro0
per to imipeach him, his whoile admninis
trationi has been regarded as harsh,
and despomte, and a succession of uisur
pations and atl'ronts to a conquered and
Col. WVoodward's letter surveys in
series the ofilcial acts of Gein. Sicklos'
administration, and we will not pass
over the ground again; but we recall
Geon. Sickles' harsh, wilful and arbi
trairy order making a Gesslomrs' hat of
the U. 8. flag and requiring the peo
plo of Charleston to iiako obeisance
before it, and lia insult to an upright
and pure judicial oflicer of the State
and the honorablo geuitloemen assooiat-t
od in the~ event-and iiany others that
will occur to atiy one familiar writh his
career-torminating at the last with .
a watiton atnd arbitrary disfranchise.,
r f 96 of militia oficeors, we are
m!hogwhen we see the Governor of
f' j wisdom, 1qigly -, mputing. to him t
boarane." Fg1raton" and "for,
WI atre very sur.
~oos not repdaq6 ta iGovernor Orr,
secion. liePs of this -
Death of Wm. A. Owens.
W oopy thu following nutico from
ho Florida Banner, published at Oca..
a, Florida. Gen. Owens, was a na
ivo of this District, from whenco lie
Cioved to Florida, soveral years
go. Thiough never engagcd in pub.
Io lifo-Gonoral Owens was a useful
itizen, of largo . influence, of high
haracter, and great pop'iarity.
Our District cordially unites with
is adopted Stato in lanenting this
uddon termination of an honorable
ud patriotic life.
'Tri'uly has the Cod haud of death
eenI buisy aiong our coi nmity of
ato. ''he echo of the f'i a lliiciz elod:
Ipon the coih1n 1 id of one has naaI re
easod to resound, cro the au-lnnoc
sent that another has gone fall 'i u pon
*ur startled ears. Glen. Wi. A.
)wCns, a well known and proininent
itizen of our emmty, w icstricken
lonv by the inge If death onl Satr
lay last, it hik re'idiene inl the connl
y, after a brief'i! Ie0; of hat a ew
iaysdura1tion from ai attack of cont.
:estive chills. (ien. wens Was a
nlal of 'ar.g(e mens 111and devoted hii
elf a Ilmost exciusively to the nilln
tge-11t of his etate.
A Ithotrlh fIe;verolf1cliny*ttw a promtinlo'li
losi oll ill lI)LIC life AilIt'. li- rI(1amov l
o Flor-ida, he( neerhe mo.iiestd4 ;1
ively ilttrer . ill (-htI'll ' i. o the coli
ryl, ad wasotd Ihle first who rallifi
0 le ltf-nse of, his.1 Staiv w<.i iuIho firs
mgrle blast, of war, echaing thr1oughl the14
an(d, callil ihl- rm- of iheo S, till~h it)
rtits. I.e 1-:1':, i tr-h it o ja
>f cavalryj which Q(!rVed, dinrmg the warI,
mit Was forced. by the fill'aiir of his
eht-o relinlulish it.. cominan,11.1 anld
etire a gailn to the peaceful puirsuits of
131t, ia few short days have pssued
iniei G'n. 0 was in our mi.i.4 in buov
mt. spirits anti app:rentily gol ieait h
1111 Ohr prouleel o>f .1 gree-ti ol.d :bilhn
Ie dread tie'ssegr etn and fIsIIIteing
Iis ' it) ill Ialo.l i ipoit hint, boie hlim ho
lie "Iirit Intid Il ha.; gone fir,ev I
'rom earthly scenes11, and the: places timt
Cntew 1I1nm once shall kinow hiin lo iore
It is now thr111- itatively stated
lat tile President will not interfere
vith the franchiso under the Itecon
itruction acts by any ofliuial exercise
Tho praitiical el'ect of the Amnosty
roclamation then, will be to enablo
Ill citizens embraced inl this amnesty
;o assert their prerogativo before the
Jourts of flie country, it' it is deitied
bin by military authorities and their
Igents, the lRegisters of tile cointry.
Like all other civil or constitutf ion
11 rights, It will be first determined
)y adjudication and if' admlitted, thlen)
mforoed by the exceutive power.
We would adviso all parties not ex
tiuded in this proulam111 ation to claim
110 right of registration, a right Co1.
titutionally thcirs by virtue of par
lon ; so that they nay the better avail
;hemis'clvesof any decision of the east
ay juldicial authority, :andt the ques
ion will certainly be tosted some
Inspectora of' Ilootion.
General Sicklea' I one ral Order No).
35 directs llegisters to forward thec
ames of three sullia lblo persons; to act
is Inspeetor's of iElootion, for each:
We regret to learn that not near a
mflicient number of gnalified citi
encs have tendercled thleir services foi
i imp111otant dluty. WVo pr'esinmo iu:
aso of continued indifferoee on the
art of our white citizens, the Regis
~crs inl conformity witht their instruc
~ion, will be forced to present th<(
mes of colored registoroed voters.
As this is a trust of' some delicncy
yVo hOpo, any Of' ourt peo(131 wh'1o cari
mubsocribo the Test Oath will permit
~heir names to be usedl by the Regis
eora in tis connctlon.
Lottor to Gove rnor Orr,
W:x xsnono, 8. C., Sept. 27th, 1807.
Po Ihis lExcellenry Coiernor .Tames L'. Orr
S1in: Y'ou have addressod an oficial let to
00en. Siokles in which you't(hanki him foi
is adminuistrationi while ruler of ihm Statho,
his youl dC 011 behialf' of' those youl "reprer
out."1 My astonishmnent at your course it
niy exceeded by my mortilloation in fi~
ng my Stato so isirepresented by you hi
2onr oflei oapaoliy.
I wouldt oall yone' attention to thei follow.
ng public nads of Geh. Biokles, and asi
rhlother you consider tho author of thoir
rorthy of comendationa.
Be'foro the Act of July created 00en.
liokles military despot. of thie Carolinas, he
'n is own auhorityi, enunotod,
1st. That, negroes should sit on juries.
24.- That negroes should ride in Iir'st olass
ars, anid steamboat slat e-roomas.
3d. That negroes shouild veo at all eleo
4thi. That negroes shioiuld be egiblo to
11 oficeos in th10 tate, iludin~3g that- which
'ou now bold.
6th. That no olootions shlould bo hold ex.
opt with hisi imperial permission.
lIe also committed tho following acts:
1st. Ie degraded both the United States
lag and Ilho Ohul~eotiremen, by foroing
ho lattor, agaInst thi ueform prao'tlcc
ofore the war, to display and salute the
armer at ? purely ot910 focession.
2d. lbe refuged to obej. the A46beds corps
rti pf the. United Sa tep OotrI, ta process
o saered to all Ealis n~ and Amuiat.
Id. ito carsed Calipt. McNulty to be tried
by a hiilitary Comnllmis3Ion (altho1gh the U.
S. S-sprqme Cotart, had soloinnly doclared
Mltary Com missions illopl Iin tino of
)eaoo,) end fined hitu knavily for uot allow.
ing a negrois to orowd horself with the hI
dies ol n his boat.
4th. lio tried4 two youtlli of Columbia for
asenulting two misohief nakors froin tih
Nort h, by M~ilit ary Comaniission, and suin.
ieund imti to confinement at. hard babor Ii
a folt in anum r ot itt, whero. I undeilorstani(d,
tboy are now doing pilice duty and oooking
for negro troops.
6th. Ile reinov.-l an honiest m-igistrate in
Columbia 'or n1t Wr'-dly hjis lly il tleh
above case ; amd reeialvteil him mal deg-ol
U.1 lthe offi00 by applointing anl ign~oat, no-.
6)h. Ito interfreid with our lawc vneral
ly : an.4 concuerning rtlic- nces, andth
4-imintistration ol'jamsice: thereb!:y ai ot
itlroying all Credit..
7' h. Ile dlisfrAnciskel ntrii citiz.1n
without iny authorily fruin Acts of Con
8t h- 1l disfranlchised mtili! nr/olcers
11/, 1n 0 h lit eti provis-ioa l' h .l uly A:t
11 interpreted by it lt.
9th. Io Shlndel, one of' the prtili 4i 12hui.
ty Jutdgo:s of the State, and ievn t ti r our
niost, respuctablo awl honorable lawyers.
AlMi eillogy has been 1:vishedl by you onl
GenI. ickle for (ohder No. I). Whit tever
mary have beenl il:e folein poary reliet' ll'orded
t o #.shor by t hie tro linatry ord . It ll
lovers of consttimional liberty have it fore
ed up11on ' their rell lionl, 111. I Iw. sim ilr
have nit'iormily been pronounced by the
Supreme Coirt of lihe Unlitedi Ste:1108 to bie
unc-gnstitution.d; nia1 Ih t la w pi ved by
our Legislature, which by n1o m11enu1s inter
fored with thle obligttin of contracts to thle
eWtent of ordear No. 10. wts doulare I by the
highes. Court ini the State, by ten judge.'
agaillt one, (o Ie Violative of the Constitu
lion of Mhe United Sumtte. Also, that tI
.to'ey-ulneral of' thle United State in finl
argumnent that has not been, awl can not be.
AnSWil'u, has declaiie the isuing ot -1his
order to be it despotti streteh or unauthori.
ed pIvow. Vinally while temljrary ier
h1! 11ho1 afr)I'dCi to dtors, wo have th1e
7ioet 'oreod upon is, that a b.1t g1o Class of
credi'tors, amlong whomi are u1tan1her-ed mnany
now destituto widlows and orphalns, have
been great'O stil'eors thereby.
In1 this connection, I would aslk if you do
not know Ihat fihe 1111plien:tioll of Order No.
10, to the otedera Courts w:as an after
thought onl (h part of (len. Sickles ; attd
th, hIe dA d allo w 1he priOess ot th is Court
to be freely exeonted in (his State, until it
occurred to him that this Curm might, onl
proper case made, declro the .uly Act un
cosi0u1ional aud thus destroy /is uplr
Curio power ?
I am constrained to obarterize your let.
(er as your se0cn bil for lMUlical 'avor.
Your spcph QiCltha rieston, when you un
gratefully asperstd (lhe Democratic part)
whlich give you protnineuce, was yoir fits
bid. Your letter has furnished the [tadica
party with a, pretext for the proseention 0
its nlfi2rious des1igns for tihe oplrcssiol
of (ho Sout, ihat hits been selted upo:
Wilih aridiy by its paorizaut journals.
While thilus oplning 0hu way for your u lndmis
own into ihn odi of the iulau i.-publiunt
party, you mi1lgtl it least lave spared us il,
uiawnarranted calumny of staling ithat im
for ite "wisdomt, modteraton, and forbear
aneO" of Gn. SiOkh-s "a coniderle n11111
bor of trloops ionl lut IIvo b~eon ne1ce's-mry'' Ii
prtosoree' pul1ic re'orids, 111unitsur th1
sar'ejy of'81 sheifIS, &c(."' Yu we'tlI know hovl
laiw ab11ig1r t he~ti' (1 citizens2101 of1 the Sit
thu m4dine bytl~ll you,111 am11i 3ha the onl0yVi
hatve beenl by neogroes lat ptlaces wher'o Unli
ted. Staites I.roops wore inl tl're.
reopresentts thle sOetuimtst Or -only a 81m1!
clats or deobto02s whot p'r'fer' their1 illdiv idot
voll beinlg to (he preser1vtion j olrf (11h1e ltiber
Caliians1u frel 91ha. Gen. S5ic2kls' wIll
with ius, whalte'ver mahy hwei' been his per'
s011a1 reli 111ns to yeou, not. tonly crusi'tle-1 otu
11h0 substanco110 or lberty but, likewiso do
str'oyed 11s rmlis.
TI. W. Woonw~lum.
A RIuriog).-We iearni thatt. 01n yes
tei'dazy stoeral proinen c1011(it izen~s wer<t
vijitedl by3 tho deputy Untibtd S tato:
Miirshala, or Ciommtissionerui, and( hantid
0od snibpconas to be and( aippear' at
term of the Unl~ited Staites Di'stijo
twenty-second (liy of Octobei', pr'oxi
mo1' to testify in a1 ciso inl which th<t
United States is interested. 'Thi
nae"f theso0 gentileen are' : Th1os
M'etcalf, Psq., General A. R. Wr'ight
Colonecl Claibor'no Sneaid, and J1. -t
CThristian, Chief of' Police. Thit
"ease:; ill which the United Sttes is in,
(erested'' is supposed also to interesi
Mr . Bllodget, thle Postinlaster of Augus,
I, and toti( hauvo referencoe to the replort:
of his haintg taken~ the oth of ofliet
knowuun as5 tht test, oir ir'on-eClld oath
dlespite the faiCt that ho0 did, ini th<t
year of our Lord, 1801, r'aise for', anid
Commallhnd ai comipanyi ini the Cionfedo.
r'ato stervic, known first as the "IBlod,
gett VolunteIers,'' other~lwise Companyi
1, Thhird' Regimnent of Georgia Volun.I1
teeirs, and after'war'ds as Blodgett2
Battery,"~ having beetn transfo'ere
fromi Iiftantry to arti Ilry.-A ugusta
Ysti,rtow Fglvx: a TegxAs.--Tht
raivng's of yielow fever in~ Texas are
fr'ighitful. Not only the chtief cithies
hmth l h am11Ieilels in.Ithe central andW
Stuthern portion of. 1..State, hatve
hbeen visit.ed A private h-tter froij
Honston rnientions severail villagoes that
have been almost depopulated, antd our.
excehanges, thongh eVidhent iv maukin1
the record na light as possible, givt
[tarfully long listg -of' deaths. In Gal
Veston; up to the 14th Iirjst, there had
been 1,054 deaths in apopulattion - il
abtint 22,000. There must be painful
suiffehng Lhtre arId elsbwhere, 'that de
mantle renewved exertions on the part of
citiZehls iln seotions free- front such affhc.
A Ljondiol correspondent has ,NI
followihg it relatioin to one11 p0intN
practical difference between Engli.4
and Amnerican journialism, to whicl
We 11110de refurence in ia recent arti,
Il America it is enstomary amoip
.)onrnali.mt to placo the tn me of the
editor al. the head if I it pi ter. Tihis
is not, only not don1e here, but 11he% lit.
tuost- care 4 t1:1ken I hat the outAly s id(If,
p-ablic hAll itiow nothiig whatever aU3
Ito w 1)o editIs this or that journallll,
l'h:iw I dwinht, if theo are fifty personsl
ml Golidonl, olislide of the li,-.rary menl
ofl itm melropi di.4, who knowv who wiio
h ie dilorialst of the lending plul-rs, I'r
who evenl niaag-s he. Thm ind-i.
viduaity of the eiour i. rnrely or
IIm'ver discl.sRed ; andi all h111 cliu i Con
.,sidievredi 1, fe1. sa i tisie l V the bl t te
way. Itsrv to revnI; wiose '.p
sonIalities :so connlon inl Allmrican j mr
nalin, Ild gives4 It dizinity to thle
profession it, could hardly o'therwise
To sec nll editor of -ny loadiig paper
hre. you must first, have an appoilI.
eitlit wih him bv l atn.dr, a1111n l4
your usin1:4i importantl, thlis ii no4-.
easily ohlininefd. Youl may go to flt
&lli 1 thonand tnies an1d ni-vr once
-1 a glimpse of im itln.ss.I 111th4 f[.1rma.i
ily has first bwvn gone throuigh. Andt,
this r i l- 4f7 anl inieidIeIt which
Ippi-iened at the 'i/'/n- s oliee the o1l:er
dky o a genhlintian who cane over wit'h
MU in tie steanI-r, Will who 1l hi Ai
portan1ti paper Viicl he wi.sledito bring
to t ttee of the Gvterni ment. iy!r
thist purhple,-, ho calb-il at the 7bnies ofilnte
andl akedl it he coild see th edilor.
The clerk in a1 ttenuil e asked if io- Omn
an aippoitment Wilit h)11n. O04ur friendl
anl.weled I ti Ow ieua ive, bit that ie
wisho.1 onle. Thuer inqiredvi hit
business ni onr frilId nsw ered, tell.
ing wlt the wanted. The clerk listen
ed, anld then laugh'lingly remllarke-1 tiei,t
(ouir riend etident y did not uni1ristand
th, oilnliarities of ]5nglih jourlism,
or he woll Id not1 have regnes(ted to) Si.'
the editor on btsines-'s liko this. Ilv
ne46ver saw viAl ors tin maILeIS Of this
kNO atpal, and ntever saw any one un.
le.(s by special aippoliimit. Our frienild
left. in high dudgeton ; bunt he( knows now
WhatL he dil not. know belore--thu
edit.ors in England occnpy a very dfilr
1nt position from what they do in
P-N AND INK SKIrCH OF GlEI.:i,
CAN1i.-The Coninbia Chronicle puib.
liles the followil g iivly outorill
sktcli of the General Cuomma1nding this
In pernOll, Gen. Canlby is large and
COmmi11ainlg-six fret iree ill height..
proporionately wel-11-levelope-d-of i
inified mien, and wiih no more st-ifoln.as
than is nleces-'ary 1.4) rlmini yon that he
iQ an old soldir. Tere it niot a COme.
ier shap to be found anyw here. The
brow is brond and hizh, and shadowed
only by the brown hair, ,vbich is binih
ed careleisly ; the eye grey, bint full o1
intelbg~viee and sArlIpil..s!, andl acecord
ing to the interest oAho convrsation,
Ihwhos some hitmn if 16 hetiho, Ida bou
to Ib nitIored. The face. le.in shave,
3i 11mk111d' by Sing', lines of Olaracter.
to whit h a larg"! n14 V andl( mll" th 14,1.
So lia, ~l . pr s ..'in dre . he iUsk
siti of the fact. th1:1? b is Geneiiral
w..li o-do ini Qm'iker, benevolent, Fi
Inl suoIl, t hire is no. 1 nons..n'te about
ai bell; the. 0 ato li? tipl-ttol. in, 3(n.
tip-i oi' .,1 on . gla in. Quiet r,.ignia ll
prenIe (ad vy one a1b1. . t34 hey p3'lae,~i
Gn. b any isi. hnt '' al conver1atihma
Grat. his retaiec is pa'rol..xig ; hn
it isi bi'eanise the 11an1 don'11, want1 14
promise miore' lhn lie wilj i prform1.
There is but one11 drai w'hback to1 his per
feet. nsllahn',s in Ithe woruk if recon1
S iictionl. Unfmn;ilinr wivt h 11he lait-s o
lie Si iare, te real, unexag'raht'd ISenti
menl'It of th people, the operntlion (1
of orders prepare by41i his prree3em
anid lefti for hiimi to3 Ixecte, e iii a likeht
to comit some51114 gratve public11. ('rrol
wiichi w.ill damiage tiht welfanre of th<
Stale 1not a liuli e ;hut wte) cannot)0 believi
thati his liea itt s not properlyv level, his
healrt ill the right place, and13 his juidg
ment I.able to copo fairly with al11 the do
mestic problems of' bia command.
Gen. Liogan deh'ivered a lonig sperlil
at HIiiaton, Ohio, on Wedneisday iui
im whtich hie ariraignied thle Democcract
for Ithieir "'crimes andit in famrtv,"' and1 sai.
oh Anidrewv Johnslon: '"'Yell mo1 to) dai
if you hnad Jeg. Davis in Ilie Presiden~l
tial chair, or Mr, Robecrt 1l. Lee, conhl
tey haiivo. 1) d n ore for thlie rols1 it
this 1land( than An.idrewv Johnron hai
since ho lias been President ? If the1
could, I woluldl like to know in whoi
way they could have donei It. If J0ff
Davis had bee'n Preside~nt, wvhat wvonia
lhe have donie? Hie woul i ha ve return,
I'd all thie flroperty to - .the .Jehelia that
the~y had lost. Andrew Johnson 'hat
doneo that. If' Jeff. Davis had beer
President ho wonld have- pardoned all
the rebels that aked him for pardon,
Androw Johnson lias dono .that andt
more too. If Jofi. 'Davis bad.l been
P~residenit he would han denouniced this
CJongress, andit called them- a set of
traitors. Andrew Johtison has (ldone
that.- tf'Jeff. Davis had been President
lhe would have appointedi rebel Govern
ora down Sont~h to control those States.
Andrew Johnson did the same tlhinig.,...
If' Jefl. Davia had been President hie
wvouldl have vetoed the Freedmen's 131.
reau Bill. 3 Andu'ew: 'Johnson did: that.
He -would have yetoed she~ Civil Rig 1 4
Bill. Andrew.Johnson did that. He
would have vetoed 'tho first :Recon)srue.
tion Act of Congress, and all the othey
acts, whiich Atndrew Johnson -has
Iron Cotton Tios.
femsrs. di tor:
As mnch iisrepresentation exists in
-hition to iron outton ties, yon will
l,4ee publish 10 foljowing certificates,
wI kii tsho that no ' dodticion is re
(imreonn ciiton tied with iron bunds
whlen tled with Dillon's Univeral Tie,
weighing Nd y 1 1-4 poind to the band.
'I'he' 1eae- of'"heir rustin g and injuriig
I lie cui- Io (i is nhi rue, as Dillt's Bands
a4r pciited And cmnnot rust.
J.'& . It. AoFw.
Nrew YORK, Sept. 3, 1867.
Tii enr opinion, if the biles of Co ton
have. .ix irn land's, wveighing ,ot, over
1-4 ndS 1 tech, (I he weight of I he
i h ersia l 'i[(,) 1.hir. wol t ) o (,).
joe.lion it.) the iron b n . n lie pIrt. of
sp:nioers or zhippers, nior aly allow.
alice re'epiireed. (.Sigairl)
Itsrox & (o., Cotton Brokers,
WVa"Lr1 1". Mui., "I
J. J. AIn.4us & Co., 0 o
G .:.N 13no-r-:3-A3, 49o
JI R. T & Sosx!, '
S. M uNx. Sox & Co., 44
DAN. T. TA tOoTT, Cotton B1roker*.
N iv YonK, Sept. 19, 1807.
Mefsseas. G. \I". 1 1'heaus &t C'o., F"ac
G :: There is nio tare il
low 1 lo-re Onin bad oo. \\yo
:eil som t.'-c with the iron lies iponi I
it, ant no tar was allowed or sk
W -.uMs. 'TmAyon & Co.
A PuoTooRA Ill OF THrE COAT MAXI.
Ml1AN \Vol WiN:N SnOT.-It. is eI.
rious to r'e-flectl th at ween wil ie. h- ilm.
press lt'igeni,4 is engaged in closot and
intimite convonition wahi har loving
couin. tho Euipress. Ellizaehei, 1lie p1o
ograihis adne'rised by Disderi as having
baie copiedl fi'omli 11h0 originals --.he
property of tel EmiOpriI'5es, for wihoimi 1 the
wilre Oecitel-hav e jtl. been given
to the puiblic ; ani ti-se phitogra hs,
whieb. no doiht., will be soeld by Ihonus
andels, re'present, first, Ihl coirt-yard of
file c ovent of La Ciuz1, then the coat.
iorn by Maximiliain at the imoneont of
his exei.nii oi, imle Oh vaisccoat, borrVow
ed from his .I'valit, f or his own had
been stolin by one of the Allexean1 o1i.
ce's sot.l o watcl over hilm in pris. n. It
is a pit (oios sight. to behold . theo rilell-d
st at of, bot It Lhes it rlicee of raiment..
The waiscoat. is absohtltely rent wher
t hall hacs p gloniglio4l itl'iin Iinrrow down
tle right side. Wi-n t.he Emipress (by
whose orders, necorihng to Disedn,
the'se photogra phs ere eceited) ex.
amuine's the lines traced bI v tho pa.ssuage
of the musket hell, she atv be r. mccinded
of the sc aIrbt ribbonl of tho Grand Cor.
don, which she llaced vith her own
hands nevross the bosom of tho onforti.
nuet Maximilinjist. before his depart
ore for Mexico. Tle coat which is
presented to tie oyo sprend out willI
sleeves extended, bears the trace of
having bee'n pierced vith seven balls ;
liree leave come out in a trian gle just
iolow lie rigli t sheouldier ; one has rmp.
ped up the right. sleeve ind evidently
e'onme oi just ielow theo collir ; heo
iami i pon tilie collar are listcerly visi
;bll in he phiotogrhil. ard the sI sick.
Ons as~ one rememeirsq hv what they
ii'hi e'n (ca used .- Paris Cor. Be.ston
A N UT~wreT.co:.cn Pnass:N'. -- On
Thursda n~: vigh a coloed uiini i toced
limacus Albdaloin w~h ii: pacssing uip Rn t
loedg.e street, saw ac white bundle on
I he~ steps of Dr. Ogi'r's~ residence ait
bhe corner of 1Bull anid 1Ruthedge.
Ie Ict tee flee object with a stick, btL
was surpris~ed to hliren ' intfan tt cy.
On exci ninnition thie bundile proed~Ce to
be a white infancta fe w days ol. TIhe
child was neatly dres~sedl and1 was evi
'eny expos~ed inteiinionally. The
i'ol oi':l nuni i called the aitteniition of
the pl)icole to the fact, and the child
was taken to the re'sidenice of' Dr.
f' F'i tch in Ihauifnin strceet, near Pitt,
. whore a colored womcan took char'ge of
jit nt il miorningr. It has since been
tuiirned over to thle municipal auithior'i
fies, who in their character of City
lFa'ihorcs are expeted to adopt suc
waifs of humacnity ats maty be throwvn
n pon their caari ty.--GCarleston .News,
ICATir OF AN AFRTOAN IfNa wero
If As Se'uwoan AloniK TIAN 'PwIENTY
Tiuot'sAiND licvES..-Fromi advices b~y
he French innad from I he wvest coast (',f
Afica we leairn of the of the warrior
chief Mablha, who has for the last six
yevars boeen a fe'irful s'curge among the
nathivye tribes inhainii?irg I he ceumtries
bordering on the I~nglish acnd Ferenhch
I territori(-s ini Se'tnenobia. \YrithI fire
I uad sword bie establhishedl ho reliLion of
I lamn. killing~ all those wvho wonled not
slave their tenalh and sw'ear in lthe Io.
racen lher adheracne to his faith. It hais.
heern computed that no e-s e an t-enty
thocusanid human beings have b~een kille'd
or have died through staurvation, or
have booni abducctedc and sold into sliave-n
ry by this monster Mabba, cinder tho
cloaek of religion.
A enre for lockja w' is sonet to the
Philadelphcia Lpdgcr by a correspondent.
II 811 Los that a mtan in Wasleinaton,
I). C., yho lead been aufcnrieg' firoe a
closed jawv for more than chree months,
and wvho wan so far gone 'that his cash
was clh-spaired of by -mbo than twent~y
phcysicians, was cured by an old wom~an,
who mai~de repeated appbecations of
spirits of turpentine in his face and nieck
Our correspondent adds that this person
is nowi pucrscuing his business as nsal,
afid voieches for thce truth of tho abb a
*A terrible drolught is said to prep
val ha Ohio. Kenitcky Aid. Jadienia
atd it is reolortoed that theregwil no ~
be mo than half t11 uua*l g rop.
Death Of Mr. Robert Morrison.
This aged and respcotable citizen of
our town died yesterday morning at
8 o'clook A. M. le lid lived out
his threo-scoro years and tenl, but for
twelve- months past ho had boeen a vic
tim of suffering, having all that timie
been confined to his bed.
We are indebted to Mrs. Ifastings4,
>f Little River, for at sample of black
berry wino of her own manufact
rhe flavor, the sparkle, and the effeit
)fislic ita trent can he bettcr imagined
Ahan described. We hopo the very
ind donor, who doesn't 'forgot the
)rinter, will givo the piblic the re
ipe by Which the said winte was pre
pared, and titus citable all to see that
his notice of her kindness is not an
The October number of the Preno
Logical .Joni ttt-1 coutilin1s Portraits and
Dharacterso I Mary Queen of Scos
hiarlotto lBronte ; Thonas Nast, the
Artist ; ia idridge, 'Tagein ;
Alfred Sewell, and others. Well
wvritten articles oil Anthropology ;
Married or. Sing'le I Boots an1d Beau
by ' Sick .lcadccli, its Calls aid
'ure ; The Fa-shions, illustrated ;
Mim's Spiritual Nature ; Forming
01haracter ; The American Physiogno
mly ; Expressiol ;" Whilling W~olol
3 rapes and Blackberries, 1 Ilstrated.
3 a year, or 30 cents a number.
Address 8. 11. Wells, E ditor,
Broad way, Ne w York.
Up to yesterdity (Frilay) :norning
iM'y b-les of new cotton imve heen sold
ii our town. tihe maxinmum price 18.1.
Kei.chiin, Ale Nlster & 1l.tco appear
n1 ani ann111onilleellent (f.1 la nv stock of
roods, We cordially ask tttention to
.his notice of arn old and honourablo
Alr. N'Ninch extends his n;otice of
lis& marble ad
Mit. Zion 'Socie'v -' T iTrusiees of
his Society will hold an election for
LARGE CII EAP
WOO DWAR D,
O FPER for sale the~ following ar'ticles as.
low na they' en bou bronght in anly
A Splendlid Afsorient of
Solidl mtrinoes, anid Delaines,
lUbck (oods, Whtite Goods,
Shtirts, Oloves, Ilosiery,
Taible Got hi:4. 1 inhed
And itrowni ). i D omeic,
Shteet 1mp, ;heoked Domtiest ics,
PlaidiL ,indseys. Blan Iets,
Mhatwls,. Calicoes. Caripountrg,
IIloop Shirts, lllmorali Ekirts,
White and lIed Flannaelsg
Opera F'lannels, Cotton
Flannrios, Caieros, T weeds,
Jeans, Iloods, N enbias and
And evdythintg in'the Dry GO.ods lino.
A tnagniilcet assorrmeunt of Boots andt
A beautiful and chtoice variety of Ladies
A large assort meat of Ready Made Cloth,
ing, (very good and cheap)
A splendidl stock of Ladies' and Gets
llardlware and 1'rookery of every varity
Saiddles, liaruness, Uridles,
Collars and Whips,
Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
Mtolassoes, Lard, Bacon,
llamis, floce, Vinegar,
Bagging and flope,
Cheese, Crackers, Peype,
Spleo, Soda, Sardine,
Oysters, Candles and everything
In the Gtrooorf Line.
A eompleto assnrinient of'
Cookittg St oves, It'oning
-Futrnaces, Wood Ware
No end to Notot os.
Y'OU WILL SAYN'O$!0 .YGIVt$Q ?g
TZION COLLEI*ATE INSTI~
li''tttd of 1.Inis llltiuhhon will h 1d
The1 !tiutl tnnial eeottie r I r
Co ositWinneboro, on Friday the
ytcs bf N~vbrti:1,t at 10 6'coe4g
~$~~1~11t a h6m~ 'ubtersignel~4
- 4AMES J(. kIONE
Colubia A~c~j~ ecretary.
Co~Th olumia ot nk~. dopyv till day kna1
de t to 'hisoilU