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Wlcoral yo trees, in dying verdtire olad,
Weepiig your golden tears on all below;
Htail, lovely Autumn days, )vhose aspot nd
Reaghts moy sight and softens all my woe I
Wihl thoughful step, In lonely woodland
1 love to mark (ho year's retreating form
Whein, sombre as the mournful shades.of
The -in't veiled rays scarco tell the ap.
proach of morn.
Yes; in those Autumn days, when nalure
lr glory all beauteous Mhings I soo,
Tht e farewoll of a friend, tie last. low sighs
That waft from dying lips the last sweet
smile to me.
So ready from the shore of life to spring,
Weeping for summer days of hope oeg
I still look back with envy's poignant sting,
And view departed joys Whio yet no joys
Farth, sun, vales, hattire, beautiful and fair
For you, on death's dark verge, a tear I'll
ho lovol, is the light, so pure the air,
Thatshines and breathos around the dy
Yet to the dregs Ithis cup of life I'll drain,
Tilis mIgled cup of Iectar and of gall
Still in its dept hs, all hidden, imay roinuin
One drop of life to compensate for all.
Percbance all shronded in futurity,
Some bliss, by hopo unseen, I may des
Perchance some sister soul my soul may see,
To road my spirit with a kindred eye.
The flower resigns its perfumo to (ho gale,
Breathing Its iltal sweetnesses oro it die;
My soul exlhal3 i, sorrow, like he Wail
Of some low strain of mournful melody.
History of tho jount Zion sooity, and
tho Collego Established under its Aus
pioes in Winnsboro, I, 0.
BY D. )). IN'nnmouiT.
1785. This year opened with fair pros
poets for the Academical interests of the
Society. Still there wss neod for fuudt.
Tie Society uirged the Committee to exert
its every power to gather up tlie ontrances
and arrears duo by the several members of
the organization. 'T'lie Coinmnittoo was
supplied witi blank notes to be filled out.
and signed by those whose resources were
exlitusieiid by t(le war, which, no doubt, was
(lie Cs with ill.
Those notes read thus:
"State of' SotihIi Carolina."
Six onilts af'ter alito I piriomiso to ly
or cause to bo paill to the lacoi i'Olironm'
Alotry r ZioN Socinry, or l heir orler, lie
nuum of witli lawult interest from,
ihis date, it being for valte received, (his
25th day of tiebruary, 1785."
The dittiloltly on the part. of the Commit..
tee to colloct ntnounts due from fle RevenI
0 intry mem bers, beenmo a source of siarp
corresponduico but veen (ho Society and its
In view of (lie early arrival of Mr. Me
Cattle, a gentlemnan was chosen to tako the
chargo of the Slowart's lall. This was
Mr. Kemp Tolliver Slother. He gave bond
n hle stmi ot five hundred pounds sterling,
t ) bo paid to the Directors or Goverinors for
(lie failliful discharge of his duty. The
1ollowing are (lie articles he entered 1ito
"for (lie boarding, wasling and attending
uipon all such youths" as were hetn or
should afterwards be admitted Into (lie
"Fist.-Thuat lhe shall board each sol
ni' at. ton gui1aspe an numi, but to charge
shall provdo three wholesome meal: oevery
day, wveli cookedl, at 11irst hocurs ; hat lie
tha.ivory thIiing is ini order, or oihews
pr'ovidla a wvhie mani of good character to
super' itend in his absence. Thliirdly', That
bo sallproido suticentqunt ity oCfire.
('outhlly, That hno shalt take eniio thle lesser
students' heads are wvell combed atid kept
cleant that lie shnllliprocure t heir cloat hs to
.be well washed andi ir'oned, aind thait ini due
heirhodadbuding to be kept clean, and
toe ho madtey oveymorifngwc an teir
rmaswept- Lastly, That, the scholars
alalnot be accomnmodated in a publio tav.
The perIod embraced in this oblIgation
was 0ono year,beginning the "Olhristanas day
last'' before (he (late of the bond, which
( was (lhe 20th of' January, 1786. Tihe sure
ties on this bondl wore ilonjamnin Ilarrison
and l Ilhiam b'trotheri: the witness, Thomas
llaker. T1hne manner of offeiring -(he seal
was quite primnativo ; ai small pieco of pnper,
tern fromi the corner, scured on a line withi
enh signature, by a wafer.
Jirom the wording of' this bond It Is evi.
I dealt(lhat (lie Comit(tee hnad secured (lhe
servipost of a tutor in the interval of Mnr.
MoCanlo's (tocoptance and his arrlival to
fake ebiarge of t hlo school. When (ihe Comt
mittee reported to (lie Socleo that they
would not engage Mr. Israel Iuller-, they
would scoun procure a tiutor for thant interval
of tIme. But no mention a made In the
recordl whno that'tutor was. The prbability
is that it, was a Mr Yonguo.
On the 12th of March ofllcial informationi
w&s sent the Bociety, by (he Conmmit tee, of
the atrrival of Mr. MoeCaulo atnd hais family
in Winnsboro. This gentictman at once
tookchare asPrinipalof the school,
*ddils, noprevIsion had ne yet. been made
Jfor boarding the students at (lie Steward's
Hall. At. that, time thecy boardedl at a tava
ern kept by a Mi. D~urphecy, or D)'Urphey,
who ecame from llowan County, Nor th Carno
44 Thi fiveorn stood about, (lhe mo
- Pldod6 iow occapied by -Mr. Wmi. Murray's
store; It, was known for a long time after
wards na the "old blaeks house." E~arly In
*the war of 1812-14, It Was purohased, by
* he late 00l WIlliam Mecrol lit, wvh* In
unoflbtion *1th Dr, W,,,j. 1irkland, of
hrleston, used (lie matterial of It for
*4etin~g u faetory for the riganufhotunre of
n h oogiven below 16r. Medaulo
bol~dled several suageationgr'elttIve te thie
(lea of the &.wam~l anodgenfit to th.o
9* oal i tp i 8trother's.
Is lsa cop g ~M~~q
b hoa, I loh 6'6 followh g
"1. There is a neoessi t~u (hn Ste*'.'
rd's dluty, be clenrly aser'ta ie, pairtion-.
riny as to washipg, .dIet, fireuvood, bied
"2. There la an absoluto necessity for an
old Matron to have the overalglht of little
"8. Thoro is an apartment of School and
College books much wanted, together with
mnaps, globes, and other apparatus.
"4. As there is a high probability that
students will crowd In upon us nimediately
after vacation, - it would be well to prepare
as much room as possible, and espooially a
Dining Hall more convenlent than the
present, It is impossiblo for the tutors to
make any progress Iin forming the mannors
of boys at table, whilo they nust diet in a
plao so much subjected to promiscious
company as a tavern.''
The College under the Rev. Tho. J. 1MCiaule.
1784. The response of the Direotora to
the recommendatuiont of Mr. MoCaulo is
contaled in the following "Ilults AND
DInsUTIoNs for the Steward of Mount sion
School as settled by the Governors 10 April,
"1. Io shall furnish all his boarders
with svillicient, and wholesome diet accord
ing ti the following bill of Fare :"
"llreakfast to conslst of coffeo. loa, Cho
cola'o, with steacs, or bread end butter;
theso may be frequently chainged For rico
and milk, or grits nod milk, or omi weak
soups. Notice for breik'ast to be given 15
mtinutes before 8 A. M."
DiNniI to consVist Of one plain dibh of
corned or fresh beef or hacon, pork, nMut ton,
fowl or fish, with a sutliuient gniait y o1
soup imad sauce, and plenty of vegetlabes
when to b litd. Notice for dinier to the
given 15 minutes before one P. m."
"'SUPPER to consint of milk with brond,
rice or grits, or somnetimes teii find cloco
late-but coffec to be veldom used. Notice
for supper to be given 15 miinutes before 8
"12. lie sholl furnish file principal tutor
and studonts with i a sillicient. inatity of'
firowood cut to suit able leigsi t'or Winter
Consumptlioll ring thII( WI it er, and
even the muar eaon whe lithe weather
'is hill or rainy.'"
"-3. fil tsladl procure- the sueon
well as Ihe t elto lo. ci ,ath 1 -Alm-h'eiigs I4
he Well wa.4hel ua n tw:ly imay i!kve n
Chailnge SIof lin'in Iwiet it Iweevk, Ili( o .
oieo' a t'ortuIi , It, 1d sh ll caIuI to Iw
iniinded fill sltih wash drests . m:y not
requiro new nmaterials."
"4. Thlint lie shall proolire a sober Mat ron
to hike charge ot' Ith little bliasters. wh;ee
biltsines shall lie to wn;hi, comb their heads,
and dress them nently evely imorning."
''6. lie shall procure I he rooms to be well
swept otnce every (lay at sici ho ais shall
not interfere with the school bisinees, aind
the grontid floor shall bo Ieatly 81slded."
'6. I ti slill proclre 11le beds it) be mmade
every day, inad (1hie hols mid hedditag 1haldh
ie well Iired once a week, if tile weat her
'7.Tit lie shall seive uip tlie Commons
inl tie tCollege Hiall it' soon n1 o he Directos.4
shall havc prepare.1 a roomi tr t int pur
"8. 'l ii he ,m1l parIvide a sotollient
niminbimr of wnset-rs to talend at. mentl rilne."
"9. That Itie bread shall beI, mi:it of on.
dimaged imaterials anil well biked whelthier
cop111osed of the flour of I ludianl corn, Wheat
101i). That. lie shall provide a sifliciont.
qiilntiiy ot' pire t'resh spring waitter fior tlie
usO of tle st ildelits at meal timoes, no o her
liquor to be admilitted except by lie particu.
lair leave 'of 111( D iredors."
The following are appended to these in.
61'.uolins to the leieward:
"Tiat. lie shgil itil a sutimcient qntity
of firowood for ti priviat use of I lie Princli
p.al 'T'iitor, for which lae is to ciargo file
8oiety at Iihe rato of 3 and G penco por
cord"-[or about ninety cots].
"Tha lie shall give ti free bonrld of one
itutor in the ply of' tlie Dirotois, when resi
dent inl Collego.",
"Thal lie shall give tlree 111oo0is notice
bofore lie can reaign his place."
Upon enotoring tile scliool the tudelnts
were required to pay one foirthIi il itd.
Th~lere was somne apprehension on the part
of sanmo that the board and toiltion chariged
at thiat, timo were unr'easonable. It would
seem str'ango to those oontempor'ary withl
those dcharges, if nowv living, ho finit that
what was an exhorbitant. pr'ice to them is
noiw regarded as the most. imodeirato charg
Mrii. MceCaumlo addlresseil a hlete 1o the
i'tresideiit. of' fllapenl $idniey College, in
\ ir'gimaii, ilpon Iho anidieeot, anil reei vedl
in format Ion wih o lhad befoie thle Com-.
mittoeo. In lis note to thotienlclosinig Itae
lettIor friomt Pr'il~esiet Smith, of'I iiitmpdoin
a'lSidy, MrIi. ilotlatule wivi .s, ihnt from t hat
let ter ''It will appear' lth a ur hoiiidmiag nit'
tition nroe ver'y miodleste o. Ihiat that ordinuanieo
of Ih liDlireetoers fo'r te i'idenits t to aivanoc
mionley 01ot ntrnce is nt. iilprecedenited."'
in the samoe note Mi': Mo~aulo 'uakes the
occasion again to call tho attention of I le
Commuitteo to the want of a dining-hall.
llo suggested tht, an out house ini the
College yard be fitted up for th-'it purpose,
im order thatit She studelntst would "'not, be
under the niecessity of eatiing even an other
meal at the tavern."
.This history is now brought. (Iown to the
sixth year ottho exkiine of the subhject. ot'
It,. ihavin g struiggledl as the Society had
donio foir thoi building uip of an institution)1 to
meet thle edlucati onah waii s of' I le people, it
fids its hantlng, in the eairly partit of l'i86,
girowing uip rapidly, to aill eppearanice, into
a fully de velopedi Colege..
niatter of inteirest to our ronercis, wo lid e
the former Rtepiiblicani ranjoit ies in the
Slates whichi lield ccet iors thlis week, nna
fronm whIch Wa nre no0w receiving rotuirns.
When these are completed, ieaders can toll
the gains and Iosses of Tuoadaty's elections.
In Pennisylvania, the last toet vole was
for Governtor, In 1866, wiheni Generahtheory,
lRepuiblican, had a mtajotrity of 27,128, the
ent ire vote being 597,870.
In Ohio, at the election for Goi'veror it
18R,5, Cox, liepublican, had nearly 80,000
majority over htis Doiom'ctit coinpetit or.
Ini lnithatt, in 1860O, Goev. Mtarlen, iepuab
li, had a manjoityl over thle Democreat ie
Candidate of %'t.IN.
In YoWa, I le last. Governor hlad 1,28,'
over t h Demoacr'at ic canidrato. Not imiuh
chiaing isi e'Xpaeted in t~n histit e.
thiir reitdet ri3a, lay saving thI A150gures,
keept themselves posted..-~ie,
Goon Suiansvios.-.A (Georgia pnper Is
adviaiig the establishnmint of' agioulturatl
societies thr'oughout the Sotith, to mecet the
ohanged condlt ions of' the systlem of labor
and urges the scheme as a pressitng neces
sity, for that the attempt to carry ont the
culturo of the ground under the old man11
rgeont, in suchl entirely diff'erent condlI
tions, will make the country poor, and keep
it so forevear..
2ThIs is an admirable suggestion, itf ever
there was a time when the agrliulturalist of
the South shouild take coutisel together, it
is ow; hnidwo t(eIliytat in every South
eris State the societies suggested, the old1
socIetIes, will be rtrilved or new ones form
M. Norbori, of Grhpeswald, in Pruissia,
hoas engraved hines ulponi glass no ohqse to
gethier that 80,000) r'll go In tIie space of an
inoh. They are 1,000,000th part of an 1neh
Poor Land---A Word with our Faimors
In nothing are wo moro liable to
mistake than in estiiating the value
of soiis. Chemical analysis has prom
ised much assistance In this d irectibn,
but thus far with very little practical
result. The best teacher is a good,
sound judgment, with observation and
experience. And even the most ex
pert judges will about as often fail as
any other way, iN telling tho capabili
ties of a given field. It is easy
ellougl to sco what It does not do as it
lies, it what, undor proper a pplian cte.4
it it1y be Imlade to do, is quito another
quesion,$ which only carefuIl and coln.
itn ed'exper illieton tile spot cll pro
perly qolvo. - .
We are quito apt to uidter'rate the
capabilities of our poor moils, coui
demning and giving them tp as worth
les often, when some trifling a pplien.
tion would render thenm productive.
A late writer in the New Yorkc FIt//d
mentions soeic cas-es inl point: ltIh
of the land in the vicinit y of Balti
more lay for years 'hmngry, loan,
inIpoveriished," till at lengIth ths hap
py though t occitrred to S01i0C to try a
little limo upon it-iot enough to
ebaln n ge in the least the encltward ap
peaninue f- the soil, but yet sumlieient
a1. it proved, to Chialngo tihe sterility
into productivlleness. ""o, also, the
ilandts ot southern 31a Arylaied, wost of
the bay, lmb now iadl excelled in
fertility, but wit.in tic mcounary of
men now vivig, poor rmig beatring
wastes, clnagcd it' their present
riclnoss by the mere.st hu-ting of plas
ter ; and the thiin, light, plinov soil of
Arilel county, ontio thought incapa
ble of producin; grain, lhas, uder ju
dicious manamiigomto, Icome on of
the finet N% ht gr.o..t: regi ons i the
wold. avEm ig ott o tuest atos ts
I; as t 1 - hn l hels I r werc."
"so here in North Ca1rol1iua there are
now Iind rohed oi aen oft iltlprovol
haid which vere once tiomghtt itt:nly
wr bt h uess, but are :)%V reelzonied ainlum'
the molkA vahvable wVe h-ivar. utI
wher co have one iTw of smch, there
oughit4o be ia tiuis:a ml. There are
acir, and acres it' cold, hard, sterile
soihs that titder-tlrt ini i'g andi sub-soil
ing, with a little lime, perhtaps, to dis
Solve the inmaterials they contitill, so
that the plaints coulI get Itohl of them
would render tlie moa't valNuable grass
producitig lands we have. And the
proldletiventess of ma1,t1ny otiher acres,
in fact, of almost every acre North
Carolitta soil itniglt h0 doubled or
quadru)-lpledl if' oly the owners; would
titlyi the nature of thlir lamIs, andi
learn1 whatm aplplicatin m-e bes],,.t -wap
te to thelr. imtprovl(et. ilstel of
tnin tg in diisu t o our unfetrt ile
hillsides to the rich praiies,which alter
all Must be ferteIirel or de eeierate,
Whose enlormnous crop if retrillned to
thsoil, atre simply sio ittuch stolen fromt
the tertility of thle futtire, would not
our fariers do better to stuly wVl
howto iprove our soils, and loarn
how to raise big crops and grow riebl
here animong ho ill vnnages of (thie
good Old North State, at hoie."-Ra
N ow York // t r */. of t he N It has a
'pecial despath from l\ashinn
froin which we extract th fol;o1.
An~ iminportaniit p roposi tion hits jiwt
been startedl by inflhuetil liIepubl i
cants, which seemtis to ineet wiithI con
siderable favor, and may have a con
trt'lling influence upon the acetiont oIf
Congress at the a lpproseik ing session,
andit upon0 the neoxt IPriesidtl0 il (lec.
ion. It is tht .a ('ongre'ssiona l comti
mtit tee shtilIlibe appinited, by t he eon -
sent. of I th e entors antd l1 i'rsentt a
It i'es, wh~o contenei int ie iroposit lonl,
waliit upion Piresiden1t Johnson01, and r'e
qiuest. him to state deftinit ely what plan
Ite Itas to submtnit f'oi' the a peedyu 3 recon
striuct ion and admia ion of the Southi
every' policy that ha:: bteniti a'ted 1by
Consge'ss. TheIiy presuxme that hle Itas
ai (dfini1te, praciicl plhin of recon.
struetion in his m id, v~ Ihich lhe be
lieves would be eh'ective, and whieb
would meet his approval. They would
thien asoor'tain to a 'et taiinty whether
there 1 illay possibility (if t1he Legis
lati'o and IExctivi 'branches of the
GIovernai0en t ha rmloiz'ing onl ia po'licy
that wouIld restor'e theoex-rebel States
to ropresentat ion b~efore iehnext Pries:
idential elcecti 'a, or' whet her t lie conn
iry mtiuit iain inii its pre'senit cond i
t1ion nut iI those t wo branches shall be
broueght inito alccortd by thle decision
of the ballot Ibox ini 1808. A Itemopts
hav be fore been ma~de to patcht up a
comprom ise be~tee the Priesid( ent
and Congi'ers, but t hey have been ontly
ind ividual i oluniteer efforts. TFhe
pr'oposed m1ovemtent contemuplat es thro
concurronteo of a sulieieint nuttber of
Republicants to secure a maifjor'ity of'
each house, should any agr'eement be
possible, and the appl)1icat ion to the
President will be formal and authtori.
tativoe. It originatest withI thiose who
fear that imptueclthment mayi3 bring dies
'trcive" finaial ~cri ises upon thle coun1
hradi is .tdto moot ite approv
andil otheri. t reOpret'a1t ives' of con,;ita.
enciles par't ielal~ly conecr'ed in the
financiail prosperity3 of thle coutry.
It wouhll, mtoreover', formn the nuceus
of a now~ constitutional party all over
A villainous Yantke1, hasq been going
about secretly among thle negroes it
centrat Florida, sellinlg thenb, in fours, at
fifty cents each, wooden stake's pamnted
rod, wvhite and blue, ornamented with a
small streamor, telling themi that whlen
ever they pl:iited those stakes at four
corners of a (anct oc and, the la hnd would
become theirs when thto expected con fis.
cation camne. It is rumnoredl tat he has
disposed of a cargo of these sticks,; and
has returned to the North to get another
Is Payment in Greonbaoke Repudiation?
Repudiation haunts somo Jacobin
editors liko Banquo's ghost, and will
not down at their bidding. They are
howlimg against the payment of the na
tional debt in . greenbacks, becauso it
will h)e repudiation. If payment of
bonds in green*backs is repudiation, then
the government in '1862 forced every
creditor to accept, repidiation, and said
it was moral, just and necessary. The
iational debt was contracted in greon
backs. Isn't it just to pay Shylock in
his own paper ?
"A 1 Ohl !" says a tRpmper, "but
how k it propostd to deei theti green
b ? Tiere will he Q0 may t of th em
inl cirenllalihm tLwy will bev worihl nloth
in V' Wel, now,% if the goverunnm-nt is,
11ble, to redeei I wnlysix hmirol mil.
lionis of bondih, and ltithe aet 0mIa p*ar
anlly on hldred ml fihy miiion's
dollarai interestL, She oulght ito be. abile( to
reriem wt s amo amoutint of greenbacks
withott imterest. Tie iterest alot
sQt vedl atinially and applied to their
redenipion, - would redeem I lion) l
eighte ((yeirs. li tile period of otl(
geileratein We would pay the bondst
iearl V twieo overl il mterest, and still
tho debt would be standing against
Oil the back of every greoenbaclc is
pniiti'd Ite fullowitng
. This no.0 In l'gail-ten der for till
iils public t1tnd privanu', eXCpt. dilies
on, inpotis and inttre tiln the public
debt., and is rec.. ivablte in pay ilient of all
0o11ts ma1i1d" to lhe Utnited Staties "1
'Te only thing it, is not a legal tender
for is imterest on the bonds and rh ities
on ititports. Dot's it not follow that
tlhy arp a legal tender fur the bonds
themselves ? 'ay off the bonds and
stop iiterest .--Ia tonsport Signul,
GEN. SIIRtMAN.--Tis oficer has
been ordered to Washington. For
nev's (hr-miele sttys:
Thle telegram fromt tle President to
Gen. Shermia, ordering him to report
here in person itt nedintely, did iot
peciiy any cause for his relief from
duty on the Iudiani eummission, adt it
is stlqposed tlat, notVitlstaidilig the
assertin of tite Ad ll inist-ration 'press
to tie contrary, Mr. d1olinson intended
to ofer him the War Oflice. Feindiug,
however, that the General's fast
frietnisihip to Geni. Grant, and his po
litical priticiples, whatever they may
hiave been in the past., are iow simiir
to tlosOe entleriiined by Iis brother,
Seniator Johii Sherman, renudered the
neus':u lpt ante of tlie oller iicertatin, the
reiden)t. hesitated to tnlce it.
The New York //crtl, of tle 8th
canonents as follows :
Thiere i apponred to be a good deal of
pertilbati on in Washington about
Gun. Sherian's visit tand his conver
satiol w iLit ile President, which alre
interpreted by the gossIps to mcan a
clatnge in the Cibinet . Mr. Johii
soni is talcing a long titne to decide as
to what lie shnll do in this matter of
Cabinet reconstruction. If lie is go
ing to niahe a change, why not (10 it
at once, without calling his gencrals
to Washington from ill parts of the
countrIy, over mitout ta is and through
valleys, at great expense ar.d loss of
time, aid then doiig nothing after
allhi ? , the 1lihng were well done, it
were well it were dotio qIiekly.
Otuto.-A Coluibus (Ohio) papet
Atna mueting of some filty or sixty
iieder~al soldiers, who are opposed to
tigger suiTrfage, and tmi favor of a re
stored Untion, held at TIhurnman Hall,
last Saturiday night, the fllowing
preamnble anid resolutions were adopt,
Whrei(asthis Gloverniment, was fonnd.
lud by whtite uten, and miaintaineod anid
oen edei by whiute meti for inva rd oh
eighy yere~nd bliei tat it shoiti
Jasoml. hatwe npen to till thei
b~oys in lt of tinls t'ionmy, ti-gardlues of
pt ty.' who fotughi for outr flaig ami thle
this liioni, tojin with us to defieit tile
desiguns of all parties anid ment Wt~ who ar
aittempllating to place the ntegro on egntali
ty wiih I lie white tmant
, hResolrl, Tha iCt weO, tho iuntdersigned,
|form otiuelves inito ati organtizahion, to
be know~ n as the "Wite Boys in' Bute,"
withi the object of using onr boetiden
vors to ulefeat negro suffrage, and carry
onit the'l 'anciples for which we fontghit
-a white tinan's G.overnmnent, and an
uniivided 1Un ion.
Royvanj CoMPt'uaMEN'rs TFeOo0I.L
'.* tr.-Ma jor.Johni Scott, of Fau..
rqutier, now iti Eutrope, hiajust written,
tinfting his friends hero, tha t thle
iairk, has ordered a government tiran
stationi of his late workc, "Pairtizan
Life with Mosby," for tho purpose of
adoptmtg in the P'russian service, the
systemi developed by Col. Mosby dur
the war', regardling it as entirely origi
nal and effootive. Also, that the Rus
sian War M'inister and his royal high
ness Cirown Princo of Russia, have
written him letters itn high commnen
daction of Colonel Miosby's newly tie.
velopied system of .warfar.-- Tlarren
tlin p'nlu in ci.
.A ltEMAnnJ4nLtE DINNERI ARTY.-A
dmnor party of a somnowhat remiarka
bloelihaeter took place in the neigh.
borhoodl of Oretnock, Scotland, recent
ly. A man with huis wife, residing
near that town, invited their family,
nine im number5 and all'of themi sons,
to take dinner together under the pa
torntal roof, and they all attended en
the day appointed. Five of thiem,
who are.miarried, wore nocompanied
by their wives and ohildren, fourteen
in number, and these too, .singular
thoughi it may appear, were al[, semis.
.The company comprised,-the venerable
coeeupants of the lhouso, ninoisons,
fourteen grandsops, and five d~ ugh.
ters-in-la w. There were oe1 ugh
tors, and there have boon no deaths in
any of thn famimes
From the Charleston, Daily
PERSONAL. -Among \ liiiengerI
on the Manhattan oi last lirdyn ges
ivirs. Sickles, the mother of ra,4' s
Commander. In.omiphment "Districte
post band was ordered to the whr the
performed soveral piecas prior tb itand
departure of the boat. Ihe
Good boy, is Daniel-Daniel in t.1lk
lion's denl. iHe rides i a coach and it,
upRets, slinging the Sickles hither and
y on. This OIne is the lion, that one is
the Daniel. The lions don't caro a
d-anil for the Sicklu, the SiCkles
don't care a d-aniiel for the lions.
Selah. Good boys Iove' thei r inothers,
and it is right for Dani!. tiht- upstart, to
eiploy II Ist, band to blow for her.
This is all right-ia a fie con:ry.
Wonler if it is a good hand, ands if i hey
finger the right keys every I ime ? Won.
<der if Dan rememtibers when ie alld one
(ochran visited Richmlioid. Va , With
the 7th, and 'mid lhe jingle of glasses
told the Richimondites itat the 7 th and
ti Daniel would defend that city fromn
the armies of the North ? That, was
before the war, wasn't it Dan ?
Parients - nio use to senudl vonr boys
to Suiday Sch1ool, if You wish 'eII to h
groat inen. dIwldate them in Ile broi h
('s of New York-brinig 1h., 1y 1 -
blers anld sieh--hImrralh vieui I v SI
their best cristomers I Aak i m in ,
k ogs, satraps, anid sieh I A !IN: . r
any body ii good eiiouhII fir -I I. r
for. Ihe p6rai1g ChrisI nsa w ii. cll.
ters, anid bigoted raintars of 1.the G(IadIIal
morality 'arty I Be/ren, let 118 pray
- Ohie let ns hire a band and kiss him
Ior hiis mnot her I
Woidur if 'twas not for her King Dan
wanited a vessel ?
Vonder why every' f -nniel fool in
uniform don't employ a vovernmeit band
to music for his mother, his faither, his
sisters, his cousins, his-his-his, &c.,
&c -La Crosse Democrat.
TEAciu i.-I wvanit you to explain
the points of thie compass. Bobby,
what is the i highest lattitude known ?"
",The highest hitiflide known is thiat
which Hill Joues allows to his feel ing
when waltzing with our Bets."
"Now, what is beforc you, John ?"
"The north, sir."
"And what behind you, Tommy ?"
"My coat tail, sir.'"
".oseph, where is Africa I"
"On the map, sir.''
"I mean on what continent, the
eastern or Western ?"
"(Woll, the land of Africa is on the
eastern continent, but the people all
of 'em arC down sonth1."'
"1ifow do the American people
"By drawing ; what-wiater T'
"No, siir, by drawing their breath."
"Come here sounity and tell ie
what the four seasonsi are ?"
"Pepper, mustard, salt and vinegar;
them is wht-t ma seasons With.'
"Gography class dismissed !"
Wo have on hand and are receiving
TIIE BlEST AND MOST
PR ET' V 009$
Erer bef'oro oleredl by mei. in .
']' JE Eg H] ry .
Nos.83 and4 BfleIk Bange.
.WINNS 1oU. 0.
PINE8ROIN O 0BgA
JUST Reoclolvd, at.
apri ~-t JDESI OR ThS & DIEO.
SHIPERS OF COITON, &c,
WINNSBORO to BALTIMORE,
i1a CHARLESTON, S. C.
'E SPLENDID SCREW STEAMIIIPS,
fALOOt, , R 0. UE, 0mn ander.
SEA GUL1. r. DUTTON, Commandor.
Of largo carrying capacity, making a"rago
trips of 55 to 60 hours, leave Charleston
once a week for Baltimore, and offer
superior facilities for through freights u)
and fromn that port,
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,.
Shippif <uid Commission,
MeciansUn ion~ Whar(~pves,
!harh iolon , 1 .C.
ona ts 1
MORDECAI & CO., Agents,
For Palatka, Feri-ndina Jaick
sonlville, anld all1 Landbings onl the
St. John's Rivor via Savannah,
The splendi Senhisiip
CA P'. L. M. 0oXTiTrrER ,
Will ,ail from \Middle Allanllie Whalrf.
Charilosion. S. C., every 'lle;nly Xi,/st at
Nine (9) o'(ock fo' I I hie alove p1:es. c.Il
nectinit h ill the tievrgi Central liifrond
att Sainahii. Ca., for \ 'obile mid New Or.
Special Conl lltrts made for I ranl-pontir!.
Labiorers , Block. E~1gonia. Impilemi'o , K:e.
For Freight or 'asaye apply o 1b'rl J6w.
at the olicet of J. 1). Al Kl1N CO.
sept 21-3mi Ch.,rlestoi, S C.
William G. Whilden & Co,,
IAYDEN & WIt LTJDEN,
Watches, Jewel-y, Milver' Walre
ClIOCKEltY, C llA, LiASS W'AlIE,
11n11( HWllse FnIsling Articles.
Od O->d and Silver )IurcIhacl. WJ'atches am,
255 K va--.,cnvln o n.Aeax
- C IIA tIl.ES'ST)N, S. C.
A T Wil 11LE1, No. 11 JIA YNE 'ImI~E T
W5M. s8, J.ANNI:AU.
(Coriner Queen and Meelingq Streets,
C H A R LES T ON, S. C.
TilIS POPULAI AND) WRLL
.LKNO WN !IOUJSE is now folly open
for the recepition1 of' visiiori, hanving bieen
refuriiijshecd will: Now and 'I'gan t Furi..
iiiurtei ronghout; and otfern to t ho travellecr
neccoiimrodagtijots nndt eQiuvienice1 n) 0 Firs't
('liss Iliot o, inot to lie eq ualle.d by ainy North
oi' SouthI. The paitriona:ge of thle pu'blic is
reOspectt'li'y' sol icti'ed.
linteus of' Iioard per daiy, i84 0)
Weed~i on. JOSJl'PUft.'CELL,
feb i ( ( -t i propi gg
JUST JWClVTD IRECTfo
A PRhSjt ASSORTMENT
kg., &c., &c.
For sale low for Cash-,ab
ES1PORTEIS & IJRO.
SUB.' - NIT.!. DIMT M orphin ,.
Plse,8ui1 f~tor. Aguo Cure', R~adiay's
*Icady. l91)' Pills a1\d . Ro olventi. 01-o4aii
G 1EN tf A . ISU>"'' F10IC F.,
C 1iid.i'R.fTOwN, H. C., Oct. 3.
0 N'oUd ater October the CAiI, 18967. th
SPasselngor Trainis'unt the South Caroli.
ntt Railroad will run us follows, viz :
Len ve Charleston, ,1 310 a In
Arrivo at Kingsville, 11.15 a mI
Leava Kingsvillo, 11.40 a ut
Arrive it. i oltimblia, 1 10 p Im
Leave Columbia, 10.00 a mi
Arrive at Kingsville, 11 :"5 a ul
Leave Kingisville, 1'2.(5 p im
Arrive at Charleston, '7.05 p. lit.
Leuve Charleston for Angus(, 10..t a m
Arrive ait An~gnatsa 41 7 - .It p ,
Leave Atuguinm. 8 1It i nt
A-rivo at Charleston, l1 20 toii
The Pan.4oniger Ten'nis onl fiheC:m
liich nill conct v wih the Up a1 ilown
011hu1nbmia l Trati's. lund Wilmington and .\lal
cemster. lailroad:1 Trains, Onl 31onldays,
W~eIlnesdays 111141 S:1turdnlys.
Night Expi ess. lreight. t ind lthcinge
,Accouniiodation Train wi i ll n s fllows,
leaive ('lirle-oni for Coilmiin, 5.10 p I
Arrive at Cliahia, 5.0)0 a i
Leave Colutulbin, It. 00 p nII
Arrive it Charle.11on, l.210 a at
lIave ClIelIst on for Augiis'a, 7.311 i
A rrive ill A ngutda, .5am
Leave Angulta, 4. 101 1 lit
Al rive ait Chnr i-eton, -100 :1 In
I RE. I . en'1 Sp't.
3A ~ ~ ~ ' IO O ~ N I.
Olil'~iil'.1(IS.C. 11ailPO:ld Co.
U PKI. I NTV .N 1) F N-, 4 !.* P1 C F.
C'O 'I O .8t.et. 5). 1-'47.
SN nnd after .-mund. h a,
Traitis on this ROil vill ntia el Co.
Leave Cohluia 1.10 11. I.
Arrive ill CInr11lot te, 9.-10 1'. M1.
Laeave Charilotto, I.-to .\. M.
Arrive n11 Colnishia '.-J.1 . Al.
Making close Eoine.tions for all poats,
North and So'itl.
I' king tlis roIte , goinlg
North. hakvechoice of rout e froi (ie, n
hor1o. Wb('lthln Or Portl mothii.
' t f' ke o t vi f, e 0hotr ro tl!e.
For Through'Zi Tickets lo I1ehAmoi:. Wash1
ing-tonl. I1N1tirniore, P'hil nh;li( nd w
C. Ol:) 0i w I"
A. M1'I" ( T t"r fut~lly inform-i Iho
IliYARDI oppositeo lh oio ink
Wilnsbolo, iee he isully pr.-pared t
furchi-h anly artielo inl Alarle (.f every Style
and t iuish atl innelowe priewl thal - I
have beeln furn1iled befote. Ilend-sts,
Tombs, Moninlits, of every decriptioi,
Table nnd lilureal Covers. 'Marble Pieces,
Cements- find 'lasters of' Paris.
Part icular at eniotn given to cleaning and
r-inovatlitg old Moluments, Tuilbs, &C., &C.
lio is also irettpared to t'fiiillsh Iro Fe-I.
ing to order, Lor Graves' Grnve LotF, Ceme.
lerios, Winllow Guardslm, &..
All work enrefully ixe and ishipped to
anv point ctni the Railroad.
A T tho Qii'rtermly A-leting, "2thI September
1.lastII th1e 't.Ziun So'ieuty passed te
followuinig iremolint ion
11 J'SOLIV I D, [limt thea Treruom'rer 1h in.
.SCIIOL.A R15il1 PS.Fot)1 SA LE, inthe M~~;t.
Zion Collegiato Ilustitte,0 (ho hohler ot'
which, or one of his hieirs, aplpoinited bmy
deed~ or will shlall be entitled, each year', t o
nomtinnte a erszto gule tst to ho edulmcaed '
lhnt year, at tho InmstItte in all tire brnnjeh..
e's t hero taught withlout the paiymelnt of' any
TERMS41 .---Each schlmip' l to he sold to
the iaurchIaser' AS Tilt Udi PFEE for 6 3:m, enrI
rency, thec I r'ust scrip t o be t ransferable to
.ntotherd' trutee by )3 consmenit oft t ho Scoietiv,
antd th Il ip j to be IU~1 'edteuble ati the plea
Sur)o of thle tMoelety iiponi relpnymtont to thle
i'timt h o' f 1or th ihnei bi'ng, for the tuse of'
lihe caui guo treut fotr th iime being, equti..
v'alent of' toe-vaue of thoe $800 currency
wh tichi was paidl by (ho otrigli purichiaser'.
J1. 5. ST'E W A RT. Tre..
. oct 5--3m
CARIIfA 4E'N', .BU0U0I1E
()F sunperior workoi~nllh1ip aft my old stand,
to h at in low' prices.
All order's prmpitly att ondedl to.
sept '17 .tt TiIOS. JORIDAN.
JOIRN P WMAT WS, Jr.
NOTJJI1~l suply of IlanL Petroleum