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The Voice of Grief.
0 rugged, toilsome pat Ib of ihorns and briers,
O weary, 'hee !iug feet
I'eopled with slidows of unreaped desires,
And p leasures incomplete I
Land of unchanged sorrow for the 'clead,
A ad hit te tness of life.
Where noble lives by crnel hands ate shed,
To win the field of strife;
Where Pain eternal, like the Alpine snows,
Crowned nbove men anl kings,
Broods dark us night, and from her bosom
Her arrows and her etings !
Shall the sweet breath of Summer sweep
Antl make it smile with flowers,
Yet leave to maun the petilentiii dearth
Of ever-witheriug powers ?
- Behold how Sorrow, wanlering through the
Weeps passsiotate tears of blood,
And Charity upon the stonc is hurled,
Crying aloud for good I
The voice of Grief pierces the Silent. Laud,
Where victory is won --
he there no haven past Time's dangerous
No joy beyond the sun ?
BY JoHHN OCNoo.
Oh i sweetly in the midnight, love,
Thy memory comes to me,
And leads me back to happy days
Whose light has fled with ahee
And once ngain we gaily treard
The paths to boyhood known,
And 1 forget in that dear dream
That I am all alone.
The hopes that cheered us long ago,
In that blest hour are mine :
And sunny garlands for thy brow,
Again I pronlly twine;
For oh ; onu bosonis then wero bright
With visions grand ad In hgh,
Anl thy loved name I fon<dly deemed
Not all unknown should lie.
The Etnpor>r's Lotter Oritioieed.
The Em peror Napoleon 's recent let
ter to the Minister of Stato regarding the
preparataons for commemorating the
hulndredth nuniversary of Napoleon J.,
the text of which was published in the
hIeraldd a few days b.ick, has attracted
considerable attention in political cir
cles in Parts. The somi.eflicinl press
have lit tie to say onl the sbiject, but the
two indepedilent papers. the Temps and
A renlr', make up for the reticence of
the other journals. The A tenir is es.
pecially aitter, as may be jiged from
the toae of the following savage at
If the coainig ch.cGons did not explain
the let or it would 1-.he incoiprehensil',
the Emperor being fully aware of the
controversy it would give rise to. Since'
Napoleon was horn "manny ruins of the
empire have accumulated." Yes, many
ruins; first, the ruins of the old r'gime,
over which the genius of the revolutio'i
soared gloriously, and next the ruine of
the noral and material conquests of the
revolution ; and it is on tlhose that the
ignrn of Napoleon s t:nl9 out.. "It is
Ftill the figre of Napoleon," says the
Emperor, "whirh guide.s and protects s,
atnd which front not hmne mat'e me what.
I am." On this last point the Emperor
is right ; at all even Is he has a right to
judge himself as he hkes--that is his
affair and not ours. Bat wlhen lie says
Napoleon still guides and protects its he
makes a smaing tir mistake. \V hen Nat.
poleon gutid'd us to Spa in and Mo-cow
--thnt is to sv to those Ca t.a troph es
which have dihninished the presli'e o'
our aarms anad cauiieda F'ran'ce to undergo
humaihat ions alter having felt all die
fav'ors of fortutne. A nd since the Em
pdror says thait Nnpoleon still guidea its,
the Mexican disaster is easily inder
stood. ut if the souvenir'of Napo
leon guiides, as it does niot. protect us.
WVhen N apoleon, forgetting his oa.ts,
erected is tharoeo over the falh'n repuh
lie, the France of dhe revolution, bright
with thei glory of the repuiblicana arms,
* possessed as frontiers the Alps, the
Rine anod the Schleldt. Prussia was
associate'd wvithI our policy by interest.
Russia by Amour Propre ; and, witht
out. being too much (engiagedl in 0Germtan
daTairs, wo had ini ouri hands t ho balaie
of Germian itere'sts. Yes, wvere pro
tected ; paotected by the sy mpathv, ad.
miration and respe(ct of pieoples ; prtoteet.
edi by our nat ural frontiets ; and we lada
peace, 'which lada fintally descended ott
revohionary France h~eroically defetnd.
ed by biherty. ft was in that admirable
situation diat Napoleon took F1rance
and threw her inito war which was to
hist ten years and end in a double inva
sion. This is the wayi~ in wintch the re
memubrance of Naipoleon guides anad pro
tects tus. "Napoleon," say s the Empe
ror, "callcud Prance the great nation."
iIe was right, for thanks to the revohit.
tion, alto was itndeed the great nation.
Biut wheat die Emuperor adds that Na
poleon "'developed the matnly v irtues
whicht fotand empires," he forgets the
best knowit buit saiddsst part of' the histo
ry of his uncle. Hie forgets 3814, Fon.
tamnebleatinand the Senate--alIl those
nilets who dleceived and cowvardly aban.
dloned their mnaster--all to.e diga ta
ries wvho, by the baseness of their mngrati.
tinde, make die shame of their servility
f'orgotten. 11e forgets, above all, that Na
poleon reaped what ha sowsed ; he did not
like free men or inidependent characters;
at the stupretmo moment lie ontly innd
lackeys, amid his empire at the end re.
saembled that of whlicha Montesquieni said
that it could neither live with soldiers
nor wiathaout diem. "I desire,/' says thte
Emperor, "athat from that 15th of An
gnst next all soldiers of the reputbhieand
the first etmpae shiotuld receive an aniual
pension of 250 francs." If. as is not
likely, there still exist soldiers of the
reputbbe, t his passage of tho Emneror's
letter wvill recall many sad things. Tt
will make diem remember the time
when, recognizing ino longer a Bona
parte snrrounded by monarchtial pomp-.
taeit her thme general of Italv, nor, above
all, the victor ol' royalism'at Totnloen anid
ofC the 13th Vendemaire-when they
asked themselves what had become of
V.) many fine speeche~s, glorions exploii s,
oaths, vows and hopes. We are, said
they to themselves, no more than re.
volted shives, who are made to reforge
the chains they have broken. But
hose who, according to Thibaudeau, '
poke thus in 1803, will not be able to
end the Emperor's letter ; they are all
lead. "To render homage to the memo
y of great mnen," says8 the Emrperor, "las
o reeognizo4 one of the most striking
nanih'stations of the Divine will." It ,
s not men, however great they may be. ,
wio make the greatness of nations ; it is
t free and happy nation which makes
he greatness of those who have con
ributed to assure its well-bring and its
iberty. For at free people there are t
ncither exceptional, mysterious nor le.
Lrndary beings ; there are great citizens
m10 honest statte men, like Washington. t
Writh the theory of pretended providen
1nl men dictators are created ; with dic.
Ltors conies tyranny, and with tyranny
the decadence of nations.
GIEN. IUncrt-"Dimc ON SPlAOUZ AT
IBui. R UN - Read the interestmlg loi ter
in another part of this paper from our
correspondent at the comfortable little
city of l ovidence, in the warlike lit
tle State of Rhode Island. The testi -
mony of General 13 i r n a i d e i
reference to the s n b La n b i a i
services of timo first Rhode Island regi
ment, as contrasted with the extraordi.
nary style of fighting practiced on the
bloody field of the first Bull run by the
then Governor Sprague, turns the tia
bles against Sprague completely ; for it
thus appears thai, while the regiment
was hard at work on "the perilous edge
of ilim battle" the Governor, though he
fought 'ike a lion, it was "like a scared
lion, raiing ont at tremendous speed on
a horso to the line of fire, then as sud.
denly wheeling round mid racing back
to ght :. drink ; then racing out to an
other point and racing hack just as fast
to get another drink," until finally, after
his last drink on i ho field, when thing.
began to look blue, he slipped off to
Centreville and gr t. there in advaner of
the regiment. which was the rear guard
of the retreating army. This is the
testimony of Genernl Burnside, and to
rebut it Senator 8pragte must bring
forward something moro to the pt.rpose
than his lorty-six cohumns of letters in
the Congressional Grlo!e We fear.
need, that, as at Bull run, the Sena
tor has been again riding his high horse
up and down a lit tle too fast.
([New York [crald.
Srurr.--''hc New York erald save
that nany of "the Radical Senators and
membera who remain in Washington ex.
press tle conviction privately thatt unless
thn Cabinet, is r'cotistructed the Repub
lican party will go to pieces, and the
next House of Representatives will have
a Democrat.ie majority." Tho "sore
head ," as Mr. Greeley calls them, al
ways relieve themselves by becoming
Cassar.dras. \\re havo heard theso
predictions of coating Democratic as
cendancy, and read of Democratic ste
cesses in municipal elections, and Dem
ocratic defeats in State elections, until
we have no stomach for Fuch prophecies.
Onr business is to act as if there were
no Democratic party at the North at all
We remember too well that it was the
"strategy" (and such strategy) of the
Democrats in the last House of Repre
sentatives that foiced negro suffrage
upon the South. W e may always rely
upon the northern Democrats until the
"breaching breake," when they imme
diately lesert us ; and as it is impossible
fo'r us to know whetin th breaching is
a bout to break, it is saffest for us to trav.
e*l in our own conv'eyanuce. If they and
we trave'l the samei road. no harm is
done. If different roads, we have
benefited ourselves by our indepenudence.
SaNAT-O SENA'rots Sen A otu.
On M onday Senator Sprague, of lhiode
Island, reached Phuiladelphia, en rouda for
huis homte. In tha evenutng hie was sere.
tadmed by the Workingmnetn's itsocia
tion at the Coninetal 1lotel. T.huere'
was a large crowd gathered in front of
the hotel , and tafter music 1by Bek's
band Mr. Sprague thanked lie ltUnion
Laabor men and their fellow citizens for
the exhibition of their npprovail, spokie
of the "despotism of private anid asso.
elated capital, a vitiated partisan press.
anid secret caticus dictatmotn"; stated lhat
lie was constantly receivina congratuula
tions for the brave words lie hail upoken;
dleclared that labor and the wvorkmng
maun are the foundation of society ; and
conuchided by saying that the plan he
adlvocatedl would secture a reduction ini
lie cost. of money, productin, and hiv
ing, and( would enable the developmntr
to their fullest extent of the resources
of the Keystone State.
CUnAN R ECOOlNtTtON ntY MEXtCO.
Oun theo 5th of A pril the following reso
lutuon passed the Mextean Congress by
a vote of 100 yeas to 12 navs: -
Resolved, Tha t the Executive ia here.
by auuthuorized to recognize thue Cubans,
who are nowv fighitinig for thme indepen
dlence of their cotuniry, as belligerents
whetnever hte may judge convenient to
This resoliution was ofl'iciailly conmmu
mecated to President Juiareaz and by him
acktowledged on the 7uh of A pril. Pro
vious to that date the government had
issued orders that thme flag of Free Cuba
should he admitte-l to the ports of
Mexico, but no further action had been
taken at the latest dites In regard to
the recognition of the bolbtguronts.
A DUEr,.-Josepht 1 holmes, a colored
member of the Iato Conistittutional Con
v'ention, was killed at Charlotte Court
House, yesterday. A personal difficul.
ty occurred between him and John
Marshall, son of Judge Marshal, of
whose family Holmes was formerly a
bodly servant. Both parties drew pie.
tole and commenced firing, whIch was
participated in by Marehall's friends.
Vmter beini shot, Holmes walkedI into
tIhe Court Iouse and fell dead.
II De.'onso, a Brazilian. Savant, its
exploring the cauves'of B3rasil, 'aYd~ h- h
has already made discoveri$s-wbhi'j.L
dicate thait men were on the banks of
the Amazon 20,000 yea.. .go1
he Pbtnlz aAd Governor Boott's Oensus
The Columbia Phanix of Tuesday
nblishes a list of appointments made by
1ov. Scott of persons selected to take
he census of each county in the State,
nd in connection therewith makes use
f the following language :"1i 'ali
oimtnonts will be generally approved,
nd we hope that in the discharge of
heir duties these officials will meet with
very facility which can be afforded by
he citizens of our State," Now, when
is declared that one-third of the per
ons named are negroes. and the anjori
y of them totally unqualitied for tht
>ositton. the stat.ent"nt of aiho /Phimni
vill be received with surprise and indig
iation. Pubahed at the capnia) of the
3aate, an') with facliaies to obtain infur
nation not exc'lle-d by annther joiraal
vithin its borders, ta heenix makes
lho grandest mistake in presu:ning thiat
nch appointments will be "generally
pproved " So f-r Irom this beng the
ase, we incline to the opinion thna thev
vill be generally condeanaed. Heretu
ore, newspapers at the capital have
>cen I )oked upon as the exponents of
ublic sentiment throughout the State,
)ut it ought to be distinctly une'lrstou,'
hat, in this instance, there is a lamonta
>le failure to apprecnato public sent
nent, much less to give tone and direc
ion to public opinion. Such appoint
nents will not he 'ge'nerally npproved,"
ow or hereafter. for the principle is
vrong to confer office upon incompetent
and unworthy persons of whattever race
We are not astonished by the course
xov. Scott has putr+tted in making these
appoimtmen:ts. lie is cheek by jowl
vith the negroes, and if re-elected will
>we his second elevation to their snp
>ort. His appointment for this cou-'
a against the wisles of his own party,
0 far as we ean learn, and we inder
tand that a petition was ciiculat.ing
mong the respectablo colored people
mn yesterday, asking Governor Scott
) reconsider the malter. There were
)ther applications before lin, we have
Ieen assured, anm among them the name
>f T. J. Webb, who is entirely compe
ent to fill the p19ce, and possesses every
uielification to meet the requeiremens of
he Republican party, incliding lovalhy
tIself. Besides, he w3a recommended
)v numerous citizens of both parties.
Why were his elaii,s ignored, and tht
>cflce filled by a colored man not. at, all
lnalified ? But then, the Phenix Pays
mih appointments will be "generally
approved." Et tl Brute ?--Anderson
A LiON TAMER A rTACKED-IERR
[iNOE. BIT BY THEt": LaoNEss.--An in
ident occurred Tuesday night at the
; rcus, corner of Bourbon and Orleans
itreets. which nearly became a tragedy.
[t. is well known to our people that
Herr Lingel, tl.e lion tamer, at the close
>f the performance enuters the cage of
ie lions. For more than a year past
.he lioness has had a great antipathy to
aim, and has more than once attacked
aim with savage ferocity At Madison,
[ndiana, last summer, she canme very
iear killing him, and as if still remem
wering the advantage then obtained, she
ast night madei a samilar attack, which
=ame as near being fatal. For some
imo before entering the dens, the lions
howed great uneasiness, and when the
ion tamer monnted the ladder which
led into the cage, the lioness assaumed a
position whih ihabrentaened an immaiediat e
attack. JUdeterred by this mnanaifesta
otio of hostility, the ironi miervedl perform.
e-r threw open the dloor aand darted
For a moment the scene was thrilling.
The lionas seemaied mad with rage, aiid
sprimg from onie side of the cage in ap
pa rently uingoivernlable fairy. TPhe lion.
ess was paraicaularly spiteful, and sprung
at him more than oiice with open
mouith ; baut the mesmeric powver of thte
eye conitrolled her, andi she as often rec
treated into the further corner of the
calge, growlhng sullenly. Chompelhing
the lions to go athronghi their usal per
formance, Herr Linigel was abouat re
treating from the den wheni athe liom-ss,
as ii possessed iah sndden firv-, spra,ng
at hunl ando elutached his knee~ in bet
teei.h. The~ audisnce were appalled.
'The shrieks of wvomen miangled with the
shouts of amean. Eyorybotdy expected to
see the mani torn lamb fronm lamb. Bait
wviah admirable presenice of mind lie sate
ceeded in releasing the hold of the ani
amal and retreated from the cage. Al
thonagh dangerously wounded his i nj u
ries tire sneh as will not precltude bis
speedy recovery. It. is bait a few daya
siance one of thie lions in the cage, enter
ed by Mile. Ella Eugenin, attacked her,
inflicting a painful woand in her hlanld
Notwithastanding all this, nieit.her of them
ap?ear at all intimidated, anid will renew
their performarnces as soon as their
wotuids will permit-Nct. Orleano
Picayjune, 22d instl.
Tum REiORUiTtNG OIIDEn.-A Wash,
inlgton correspoaadent, writmng under
date of the 2t.h tit., says:
The recent order issned from the
WarI Departnment, ordering the opening
of recruit ing offices in several of the.
prinmcapal cities, has given rise to a good
dleal of spcualation, and considlerah)h, in
terest is manifestgt to know theman
ing of this sudden 'order of Gen. Sher
mana. Some argue that it looks to an
early recogniiioni of Cnha by our Gov
ernment, and others that trouble is ap
plrehended with Great Britaina growing
oit of the setu)'ement. of of thie Alabama
clams. It havinag been ascertained,
since the consolidation of the army into
twenty five regimentst, as requiared by
ra recent Act of Congress, that a good
rmny regimente have not more than
ne. halIf the number o1f men required,
and that In a few' months the time of
mtlistmnent of a large number of "three
wers' mnen will expire, thse, redeemng
hi airpy one-thie) nj sas deemed neo.
,uarv b Gen. Shermab in vie'w of
bi tso 1h1 p o n s-ecruiating offices ina
>r(tertobnog the army.t9p to the prop.
ar standard and the requirements of the
Franco and Amerios,
AN EXTRACT FBOM THE MKMOIRB 01
FRINCE DE TALLEYRAND--yFANCJ
A Paris letter in the Gazette de Lau
sanna says :
"You are aware that Prince do Talley
rand left some metr**rs, which were no
to be published till th.rty years after hi
death, and which are now in the hand
of an eminent barrister, M. Andral.
have been able to east a glance at them
and I am much surprised at their con
tents. I was especially struck by i
page relative to the Congress of Vienna
it. is a real prophe-, and I cannot re
sist. the temptation, of giving you 1.h
sbilstance of it. At that period M dI
Tallevrand said that the balance o
power in lluropo fonded at that assem
bly was menaced by great, dangers
one from beyond the sea, and the othe
which might, arise in the heart of Ger
"'On the side of America,' said th,
Prince, 'Emeope must always have ie
eyes open, and not furnish any pretex
for recrimination or repr.eali. Amerie
is increasing every day. She will be
come a colossal power, and a momn
must arrive when placed i morm ensi
communication with Europe byv nieaa
of new discoveries she will wish to sa'
her word in our affairs, and have a lar ,i
in them. Political prudence, therefore
imposes on the Governmente of tho oh
Continent the care of scruptlousl;
watching that no pretext shall be offer
ed for such an intervention. Th+ da,
when America shall plant her foot ii
Enrepe, peace and security will be ban
ished for a long time.'
The Prince afterwards speaks of Ger
many. Here the prediction has no ion
ger the form of a conjecture, but is ii
some sort an anticipated recital:
" 'No illusion must be foirmed ; ti
equilibrium we have founded in th
Congress of Vienna is not eternal. ]
will succumb some day or other, but i
pronsiiss us some years of peace. \\hn
condems it for a time. more or less diH
tant, is the aspirat ions which are becom
ing universal in the centre o' Germany
The necessities of defence and of com
mon peril have prepared men's mind
for Get man unity ; this idea will con
tinue to be developed, and some da,
one of the great powers which form pai
of the Conference will desire to reahz,
this union for its own profit. Anstri
is not to be feared 3ince she is compos
ed of piecea and m, rsels and having n
unity at home she cannot think of cx
porting it. Therefore, Prussia is wha
must be watched. She will attempt t.h
adventure, and if she succeeds, then a
the conditions of equilibrium u:ill h
changed, and new bases and a nev
organization will have to be sought 1
The Prince continues to'examine th
circumstances more or less difficult unde
which this reconstruction will he effec!
ed, and he points out France as tht
nation most. interested in combating th
movement for unification, or in seekin
Tu LATE Fe.oon.--Heavy rain
have fallen in Upper Georgia, Nortl
east Alabama, Tennessee and Missistii
pi, nnd the rivers in those aeeiions hav
ov'onfowed the bottom lands and playe
ha v,a i wh the crops of wheat, corn an
cotton. We give below a extrat
from the Rome C'o'rier of the 24t1
and an extract f.iom a letter to th
Memphis Aealan,che, dated Duiran
Miss., A pril 20ih. The Rome Cou.rie
The high water here has been slowl
subsiding since about midnight la:
Wednesday. The water did not comn
into the streets except for a short di
tance in Soumth street, near the depo
and no material damage has b)een don
in Rome. We learni from Captain El
liot t, who came tip the Coosa from Gada
dlen, on Thursday. that at least ihree
fourths of the river bottom. were snil
merged-nearly a:ll these grounds ha
been planted. The corn wvas up twor
three iinches, the cot ton jnst coming iag
and( the wheat about half leg h ighi.
The letter from Duirant, Mississipp
Tlhe recent rains in this section hav
caused a rise in the Big Black River an
Swamp, exceeding any one of the pas
ten years. The newvly planted corn an
cotton crops in the low lands are greatl
daimagedl, and much of them carrie
away, whole fiolds presenting the af
pearance of vast lakes covered wit
drift of every kind.
EeLtrPSE OF THE SUN.-The navy
appropriation act ot 3(1 March last ha'
mng appropriatedl $5,000 for the obse
vation of the echpse of the sun in Ai
gust next, to be tinder the direction<
-Professor Coffin, the superintendent<
the National A/manac, that gentleme
has decided to s.'lect either Ochotskc
Pensjinsk, in Siberia, and Norto
Sound, m Alaska, as the moat favori
ble positions fo.r observing the e.clipst
and having applied to the Secretary<
the Navy to send a ship to eilhere
both of those regions ia season for th
observation, Mr. B(orie has dlirecte
Rear A dmiral Rowvan, commanding th
A tlantic squadron, to meet the observ
ers at Yokohama by the let of Juils
flomi wIch point they will sail for S
beria, Inatroettons have Also been sen
to Rear Admiral Turner, commandin
the Pacific squadron. to allow the part
to use the vessel stationed in the water
of Alaska for the purpose of makin
their observations, but it is expecte
that they will reach Sitka by privat
conveyance. Ex*tenuive preparation
are being made for the purpose of ob
serving this champion eclipse, and be
fore starting, Professor CoffRn aind hi
party will be fully equipped with
egiplete set of ingtfamer.ds and applias
ces c6ttaining all the modern improve
NEdgoomb, N. C., has subscribe<
*300 towards innpartlng Immigr....
To TIlR WotItt CLASS :-I am now pre
pared to furnish all classes with constant
employment at their homes, the wholo of
the time, or for the spare moments. Busi
- neas new, light and protilablo. Fifty cents
t to $5 perjevening, is easily earned by per
s sons of either sex, and the boys and girls
earn nearly as much as men. Great induce.
meats are offered those who will devote
their whole time to the business: and, that
every person who sees this notice, may seud
- me their address and test the business for
themselves, I mako the following unparal
leled offer : To all who are not well satis
tied with the business, I will send $1 to
pay for the trouble of writing me. Full
partice'lars, directius, &o., sent freo.
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every one. Send for 16 page circular.
t Agents wnnted. TnteAT & Co., Publishers,
0 561 Broadway, N. Y. may 5
For Marking Clothing, &c.
Single. S0c.; 3 for $1; per doz. $2 75; per
t gross, $28.
Sent, freight paid, on receipt of price.
More convenient than ink.-Am. Agricul
Invaluable to the housekeeper.-Godeys
v Lady Book.
r A very useful article.-Am. Institute Re
port, 1867. Address
INIIaIIILS PIvcIt. Co.
r U1 . Sold by Stationers and Dealers
every where. may 5
FOR SAMPLE STOCKING 1-Saniples &
Circulars of Lan-'s Family Knitting
Machine, and Chicopee Sewing Machine.
Address enclosing red stamp JAS. D. OnNr.,
Gen. Ag't, 922 Ctoenut St., Phila., Pa.
s may 5
RED JACKET AXE
,t cod t do' -tc nte w o. T id-I
I' osntjrtehnd orhN iei
C sethirdoewr than w meiitrhaedua Axes.-o
-. Rend pidnt hstc nhingodwt the woo.ooid-I
e qualitots of thie hAxe, foraourN tixesr
d painted ined.in ie our oudt. of toe doe
rnoth-keep the gos,awe lbruwill do ne
i quities orfthis Axe, forers oirct, arie
'you tihe name of tho nearest dealer who
keeps our Axes.
I, Plttsburg, Pa.
L!PPINCOTT & BAKE.WELL,
e Sole owners of Colburn's and Red Jacket
Pe'tents. may 6
Th0o Host Sportin1 Gun in the
1)OPERt'S American 12& 160Cauge Breech
LUIondling Repeating SIIOT GUN. Im
-proved by (7. MI. Spencer, Inventor of the
h famous Spencer Rifle Firing Four Shots
in two Seconds, using orditnary ammunit ion.
Mianufaictutred by ROPER SP'ORTINC
iARMIS CO., Ambutrst Mass. Sendl for dies.
criptivo circular, giving price list and testi
momials. may 5
?lb-dr Indispensable to every Ilousehold
11I- Perfectly wondlerfuil I Everybody
buys at firs. sight Agents making for
tunes I lilustrated ciroulars free ! Address
nArEx S. M. Co., 208 Broad way, N. Y.
r may 5
.~ *EAFNESS, CATARIRII, 8CRIOFUILA.
Al lady who had suffered for years from
Deafness. Catarrh and Bororula, was cared
by a simple remedy, ier sympathy and
V gratitude prompts her to send the receipts
e free of charge te' any one similarly afflicted.
a Mrs. M. C. Lv.oostr, Hloboken, N. J.
e may 5
*T/RRIING BUT NOBLE.--Self-hielp for
iJ Alern, who having erred, desire a better
-manhood. Sent ini sealed envelopes, free of
t, eharge. If benefitted return the postage....
Address PIIILANTIIO8, Box P', Philadel
phia, PA. may 6
f0 sell the American Knitting Machine.
J.Pie$26. The simplest, cheapest and
best Knitting bischine ever invented. Will
a ktnlt 20,000 stitee pek' minute. Liberal in.
.ducemeats to Agents. Address AMIERI.
CAN KNITTING MAChINE CO., Boston,
*Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
.TJATENTS..-MUNXN & Co., Editors Scientj
. ,flc Amneridamn, 87 Park Row, New York.
t'wenty-three y-mars', experlenoe in obtain,
sag American and Enropean Pat ente.
Opinions no charge. A pamphlet, 108
pages of law and information free. Ad
dress a ahnwa fl7
IN THESE HARD TIMES
You cannot afford to pay threo or four prc
fits on articles of necessary use, when b
sending a Club to
PARKER & CO'S
GREAT ONE DOLAuR SALL
Of Dry goods, Linens, Parasols, Albune
llosiet y, silver Plated Ware, Jewelry, Cut
lory, French and German Fancy Goods, c
every description, you can purchase any
thing in their immense stook for
One )ollar Each.
The secret of our low prices is this :-W
have a very large Cash Capital, mti hav
buyers in all the principal cities of thi
country and in Europe, who purchase fo
Cash, direct from the Mnnntactturers, all ifh
goods used by us, ths saving the cosuume
the profits made by he importer or C1om
mission Mlerchant, tlie Wholesalo and 14
tnil Dealer, each of whum demand a large
profit Ihan taket by us. We cnu give oMo
Goods -'or One /)ollar than lie Retail \ler
chants for twice or three times that suni
Our goods are discribed on printed checks
which will be sot,t in Clubs for Ten Cent
each, to pay postage, printing, &o.
if the article tnamed on the Check is no
wanted, you can exchange from a list com
prising Three lundred and 1ifty usfui art
cles, among which nre
Ladies' Silk Parasols, Ladies' Fine Whit
Tucked Skirts, Silver Plated Five Bottlei
Castors, and a large va-iety of useful arti
cles, nt,t one of which can be bought in an;
other way for nearly doublo the ntoney.
Reference will be given, if required, frot
the most reliable Wholeslo treltants o
Boston and New Yorlk, as to our statnditt
and the strictly honorable character of ou
ktyy" We want Agents itt every town I
whom the following Commissions will b
TEMS TO AG ENTS.
For a Club of 30 a(nd Threc Dollaro-2
yards Brown or Bleached Sheeting, yar
wide. All wool Pants and Vest 1attern
Marseilles Quilt. 12 yards good Bed 'T'ick
ing, 7 yards l(id Twilled Flannel. 1
yards Cotton Flannel. I dozen gents' Line1
llankerchief:s. Fine white (eertn Coun
terpane, fringed IIandsone Lalmorn
Skirt. Elegant doublo clasp 100 pictur
Pliotograph .Album. Silver-pl.med engrav
ed fivebottlo Castor. Elegant. silk 'Fan
ivory or sandal-wood trane beautifull
spangled. liandsomo beaded and line
Parasol. 20 yards good print , fast colors
Fine Damask Table Cover. I dozen fin
Linen or Daarisk Towe;s. Ladies' reu
Turkey morocco Traveling BUg. lelain
Dress Patitern. ( elegant. engraved Napki
Rings. I dozen tine ilerino or Cotto1
Stockings. Violin and bow in box comllett
Set. Jewelry, with long pendant drops.
Ladies' fashionable Squaro Shawl. Goo
Meerschautm Pipe in case. 1-2 dozen 1ofi
ers' best silver Desert Forks. Or one arti
ole from Club of 20 and and one from .Es
FIor a Clu> of t! 0, and ilie Hfndred
yards good quality Brown or lileache
Sheeting, yard wide. Fashionable Al patc
Dress Pattorn, any color, 1 set l.ace Cut
tains. I pair Wool 11lankets. Eng. ave
silver plated six-bottled Caster. 3 1.
yards very tle all wool Cassitnere for pant
and vest. Set. of ( ivory-handled tea Knives
with silver-plated Forks. ltandsome sati
or silk Parasol. heavily headed and linet
30 yards good Pt iits, fast colors. Lalies
or gents' large real morocco traveling bar
French frame. Ilandsome Poplin )res
Pattern. Ladlies' Cloth Cloak pattern. l.a
dies' fashionable : hawl. I (inc large Na
scilles Quilt.. 2 Iloneycomb Quihs. Sil
ver-pltted Cake Basket, plated Oi fine whit
metal. Geniiine Mcercliatte Pipe. 1 pai
gots' Caelf lotts. Or one article from Cle
of 30 and one Itom Clinh of 21), or four arti
cles from E.xchange List.
Club of 11)0. and Ten I)ollare---One of tic
following trticles : 1 rich Merino or Thibe
Dress Pattern. I pair tine Damusk 'I'abl
Cloths mid Napkins to match. I pair gents
French Calf Boots. Very titte all Woc
Cloth for lalie.s' ('loak t5 yards goo
Brown or' ilt'aced Steet,in g. ..trd wide.
elegant Ihigh- coloiredl all wiool pla'dl Popli
Drless Pittteen. 1 Emtpre'ss Clotih l)ress P'at
tern. 7 1-2 yards line Ca 'simcere tot' suil
1 set ivtor'y brlaniced-htaale'd iveiis an
Forks. I ladies' or genits' silver tl iting
ease Waitch. 1 Bar'let I hand portale Sew
lng Maecine. Splendid Famnily llible, sItet
enigravinegs, with r'ecord( atid phiotogr'ap
pages. 25 yards good llemtip Carpcting~
good colors. I pair good Mcar'seilles Quilti
I good' six-bairre Rev'olvet'. 1 elegant Fu
Mutf ..d Cape. 1 single-barrel Shot OGe.
I silver platedl engr'aved six.bottle llevolv
lag Castor, cut glass bottles. 1 ver'y lini
Violin and Uow, ini case. I very ftte all
wool long Shawl. 21-2 yatrds doutble wvidi
Beaver Cloth for ovetrcoat. Or eighit artliele
from Exchange List.
&& For a more ext ended list of Coin
missions, eo Cit'cttlar. We also givo A gei
additional C'ommtisslons, in prcoortion t
the amount of money returned for goodi
This extra comminissioti is tnot toffered by an
other house. We arc the only tiirm wvhio pa
theirs agents for sending for' gooda att
they have obtaitned subscribers to thel
, i Be sure to send all money by Re1
Send for Circuilars. Send yourt addres
in full, Town, Counity andl State.
PA RKlR & CO.,
Nos. 98 arid 100 Sunmmer St., Bost on.
$75 to $200 per month,. everywhere, mia
and femiale, to intr'oduce the (letitine in
proved Common Seniso Family Sewing MIt
chIne. This tiachuine will sItitch, hetm, fel
tucek, qutiht, cord, bind, braid and emabro
der in a most, sutp'rior' m inner. P'rice oni
$18 Fully warranted for five years.
will pay $1000 for any machino tha. wi
sew a stronger, more beanitifuti, or more cli
tic seami thtan out's. It tmakes the "Eluisti
Lock Stitch." Every secotid stitch can I
cut, andl still the cloth cainnot be pulle
apart withouit tearing it. We pay Agetn
from $75 to $200 per moat h and expotnsel
or a commission from which twice ilit
amount can be made. Address SICCOM B
CO., Pittsbctrgh, Pa., Boston, Mass., or S
CaL'110os.-Do not be imposed upon b'
oIlier parties ptalmiing off wvorthiless onts
iron miacheines, uinder thee sante namre<
othuerwise Outrs is thea only genutine at,
really practical cheap machine mantufactuti
$8000$ SA LARY. Address U.S. Piano Co.
Yew York. itay 41
T 'hte newly invente
Ipocket timoe-piece, utit
Iable for eitber ladyc
' Igentleman, in hantdsomi
, Jmetal ens', white dia
gilt let tere'd. bras
inovements, sound an
servvleable with key complete. A tritc
permanent indIcator of tIme; werrante
for two years; post-paidj to any part of Iih
U. S. on receIpt of One D)ollar, or three fe
$2 50 If sat isfaction.Is not given mcone
refunded. A ddress W. SCOTT & PA UL, 4
Chatham street, New York. The Oroid
Watch $16. P. 0. orders and reglster'e
letters only receIved, may 6
.ASKyoutr oeloi- or Pr!ggist for Swe
Qnne--it equatls (bitter) Quinino. I
msde only by F. STErARSs, Chemist, De
fhillItTY YEAtS' Experiencein the Treat
nent. of Chronio and Sexual Diseases.
A Physiological View of Mlarriage.---'1'ho
Y cheapest book over published-containing
nearly 300 pages, and 130 tiue engravings
of the anatomy of the human organs in a
state of health and disease, with a trealiso
on early errors, its deplorab!o consequences
upon the inld and body, with the author's
plan of trontnent.-the only rational and
f successful mode of cure, as shown by a re
port. of cases treated. A4put,hful adviser
to the married and ti t;eortemplating
marriange who entertain adgt of their p4i"
sical condition. sent fretf "osa4ge to
any address on receipt )P26 cents, lit
. stanps or postal currency; hy. fiddretsilje
Dr. LA CiOIX, No. BI Alai dWul ie, Alba
ny, N. V. The atihor may be cohsulted Y
. tpon any of the diseasos upon -which lils
book a rent, eia her per.sonally:or.hy mail, and
. medicines sent to aan part of the worll.
e r1illIS IS NO 111;1.\l!G.-ny sending 315.
.ii age, height, color of eyes and hnir,
you will receive by return mil, a correer,
picture of your future iusbnad or wife,
with aatme ati datte of marriage. Address
W. FON, '. 0. Drawer No. 8 Fultonvile.
t New York. may 5
' u1o'23. 'rt
At Your Own Homes.
FITlllFIt IEX-Siuitable for steady hands.
Pays large profits.---, ddress for particulars
r'"t'l1T,lR," NO, 10 CROSBY ST, N. Y,
- Latest New York News,
Look Out ! ! 1ook Out I I
CLook Out 1 1 Look Out 1!
"lleatut iti h I e Comnplexion."
. "Gives a Itosy (ilow to the Cheeks."
I "A htthy ''inge to (.ht Lips."
"temnoves all Blotches and 'reclites.'
"The Best in tle World."
illter-Sweet alndi Orange Blossonms,
ly" One liottle, $1.00.-Three for $2.00
1000 lottles sulhl in one day in N. Y. City,
al "- All Druggists in Wiiansboro sell it.
"That Cough will kill you,"
e Try "Costar's" Cough Renletly,
a "Colds and IIoarseness lead to death,"
Try "Costsr''' Cough lililetty.
"For Croups-W hooping Coughs,&c."
e Try "Costlur's " Cough Reiedy.
e "Costar says it is the best in Ile wido
world-aml it lie says so-its True-its
1 True-its True ; and We say Try it--Try it
S-Try it." [.Worning I'.per, Aug. 20.]
MI 3-yAll Drutggists in Winnasboro sell it,
-"CostRr's" RcI,[91, &c,, xExnlltrslintos
'Csr'"(only pure) hInsect P'owtler,
"'Only Taufallalje l'temedies known."
-"18 years establhishied int New York."
9 ''2,000 Bioxes ad Flasks maniaufacatured daii
' ! I ! Beware ! !I of spurious iamiinations.'
y "'Atl Dru'aggist s in Winn asbaero sell t haem."'
COST AR, 10 Cr'osby St., N. Y.,
a' Or, Joaas F. IIaiY, (Sanect-ssor to)
D)E.LAS IIAIINES, & CO.,
21 Park Rtow, N. Y.
sSold in Winnsboro- apt 15-Iy
P. P. TOALJE,
Chiarlest on, S. C., Manufacturer of
D)OOR~~s, SASH, BLINV)S.
SNo-rn.--We would cnll the part ictular at
tontion of aur friendls to the above card. '
y P. P. TonIe has a latage Factory, and saucia
1- facilities as eanable him to supply the best,
ir work of his own make at low prices. A very
d large and complete assortment, always ont
handta at his factory. Ilorlbeck's W%haarf
naear Nort h Easter c R atilroad D)epo., Charales
.t on. S. C.
N. lI.--Order's from the country solicited,
anal strict attcn',ion paid to shiippin.g In goodi
-ordera. api 8--ly
Fromt 4 to 350 Ilorso
St ationary E ng i ne ,
IA lPortab,le Enginies. &c.
-- --Also, Circtaur, Mnltay
0 - ""l Gang saws Mils,
a 6 Sgar~CanteMills,Shiafa.
lo------g Pulleys, &o., Lat h
rand Shingl Mills Wheat and Corn Mills,
Circuilar Saws, Belting, &o. Sendl f'or des
c riptive Circnuar and Price List.
W ~ OOD & MUNN S-rrAM Exo. C'o.
S feb I3-6m Utica, New York.
FIIES ['OkIN MEAL.
sLWAYS on hand anti for sate by
itnar 16 AleINTYR E & CO,