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Woaldt, Fane and Ambition. o
BY JOSIE P. CAITON.
l'alk not to no of glillering gold
'. gladd.'n thli lilife when lite l heart. is cold,
P tho uilvering light Is) line iegal gem
%% hich gitans from iliw priele- is olinclean.
You ma 1y wreatlie a crowI ot' file tars of
lvith the purest benins of lhe rain-bow
biighti ; 1
Youa mny heap up gold as the desert sarids
A i p 1iled by (ie Siinoon, i (lisant iiti 1:115,
A khilly word ard a look of love
Would be prifed by me all gold abovo.
Tall. ntat to mte of Lentty',s inoutid,
TO glad-len the lit'7 whenI lie hearL iII Cold, t
(l'*:tuigCl inows na id hair frjot,
Ot' -yes, where all rays of light are met.
o aiay fiLa lion a formaa of boautiy bright
A 'hale rival fite golden slar.s o' iglilt, t
\ V ill em a ir, I hat a l'eri trite
h a.11 laitr it fva'iy to lis liotit of hlie
-k 4 imly w r i tl a look of' love
be- prizt"I by Sith worth) above.
he lite % he I the hetart i:- old,
F - .', n ull l gly t gt, 1.
111wn f j.1-wleliv b iht.
* FiF .'it ait hrone abt voi thet.
kin. t F' Fl y wt i l tiht h I tow,
''%- 1. .(- yF, it i l entg ld I aw,
A hiF -il rd -i a look o!* love
Would b pIiziol by Ime ill vl-e abiove.
y roll to his i.4 er. f
Thlmigh the1 <h.y t' my1% -lsn1 'l tvel. I
A i al th tr ol' mly Ptle haoih olec-line,, hf
Thy soft heairt retlittil 1) flisc-ver (
Tli10 t7tlI1 s w113 hiel to nny coil I ti. ; r
Thoutgh Ilay sol wilh Iliy gi ief w;s at.
It shrunk tot to shar'e it withIi mo, j
Anit, thle love whichl 11ny spoirit hllh piied , to
It never hath Iound hilmt inl thee. h
Thotugi iman, litu < tram not. deceive mne ;
Thoigh wonia thoighl didlt ino 'ike;11 0
Thoughl lovedl, 11hou f'orborevi to -. me e I
Though tlatlered, tholu nleveI colilpt.
''lhough I trusteI , thoudii Ilids l F 0 t lisch.iintt ie;
''lough luirte'l, it Was nlot to fly ; t
Thougli watihuitl, it was tt. t lt fautile IMe,
Nor uilite that the worid inight betie. s
From the wreck of tihe past which halth a
Thus uiich I at least iny recall,
It hallh tiatughl t m 11 that what, I mnost chet ih -t
1)eserved to lie eiarest of tall.
Inl the desort. a fouan 111111 pinging,
fin lie wile waste thero mt ill it a Irce,
Antill a itird in t ho solitile singing,
Which speaks to ily iitit. t' il .
Terrible Mining Disa ter. h
THE PLYiOUTi, 1A., CoA t. MtINE ON 9
I., I It . tI
SCRANTON, PA., September G.- r
There is groat excitomiont hero in
consequence of tho burning of t.ho e
coal-breaker tit Avondale. The mine a
is in Plymouth, about twenty miles a
south of this city. Thore aro 201 i
men and boys in the mino, and theI
hhaft, which is the only meais of es- t
uapte,ls choked by forty foot. of burning i
coal and rtubbihi. Ventilationl is to- .
tally stopped, and thero aro great e
fears that some, if nt all, will be v
ADDITIONAL PA RTiU.A Rs. v
PLYvaMOUru-, PA., September 6.-A o
fire broke out thismorning in a fluo in t
the bottom of the Steubon shaft, own
ad by the Dlaware, lIAck'twana and I
Weitern .likilroad Company, in this 0
place, and inl a short time the whole 9
breaker and out-buildings were int
flames, and the hoisting appartau, I
the only avenue of escape for tle mi
tiers, destroyed. All <(ffrts to stay t
theo flamnes weret it n aint, am141laoh whote C
structure lell, partly ilbmtg up the "
lhaf't. Ove'cr two hundred monl tatitro itti
thle shaaf't, at i havoy no comt a t nonuica -
Viona out., ad no ebancit e for aira t he I t
only way for gett ing aiir ini thle shft al
wats th rougha the tmaint opentinlg, no0w Fa
filed with burnling timbierst anid tie.
It is feared the whole numbietr hanve
been sitffocated by smaoke, or hae t
perished for wantt of aitr. 'VT fire
departmients of Sor'ant on, Wil1kesba rre
and Kingston, are oni hand an tillity.
ing streamns downt the ishaft. It wil ahI
}>robably take unitil tot-miorrowm-.t
ang before the cond itioni of the tmetn
cani be ascertained, or any t idinigs re
ocived from thIemt. he Sceno at the1
shaltft is hae~at-trendting. TIho fatmili es
of miiinero aroecontgregauted thIere intt
great tnmbers. Mitners f'roma tall pa rts ~
of the contry airo there at work, atnd
mterchmants, and the whole population
ef the townt, have tunted out to as- C
'Te loss bhv the fire ill amiouint to a
.Olut $100.000O, partly covered by 0
All th~ pthysicians in thae vicintity
have been summontedttt~ to ittendttt. he t
alfair hans east it ghltm over' theo whole '
commatunity, antd buisineoss is almtost ena
tirely sauspenaded. 'ITho miinaors onl I)
resumeid work t o-day, aft'ter a suspeni. S
sion of about threeo mnths. Amtoang 0
those in thet aiine is Ilughes, thec sg 0
niLorEN INo Tt En siu ar.
SCnlAN'ioN,Septemtber 6--10 P.. al
The latest inflormaution received heret
from the Avontdtle mainto states that s
the shaft wits eloared atnd two ment v
went down ad I'entetrat ed sixty or
seventy yards to a chosedi gan~gway
door, whieh thtey couldl not foroo open. v
They found three dead muiles outside
of thle door. No signs of life were
discovered. It is feared all are dead.
DEAD BO~nI's REcovEnED. b
PI.vruouTrn, Septemtber 6.-After
the rubbish at the bottom of the shaft a
had boon, cleared away, two mean de- a
soended i . bucket and sent word up v
to nmd down a shovel to clear the
doers with. TIho bucket was brought S
up, and two men went down with I<
tools. As thecy started, the men at. st
the bottom requested themi to hurry, fi
and on their reaching the bottom botha f<
wore found dead.
THLE LA.TEsT1. i
SCR ANTON, September 7.- Eveing,
Th3 only hope of safety for the two
hundred mn in Avonidale mine lies C
iti the probability thtat they may htave ci
shat thtolet pinartot ati
f the mine, away from the shaft.-.
'ho death of those who descended
to shtaft to rescue them perisdied by
to foul air coming up from the mine.
The Savannah 1ipublicun, a Demo
rate pia pe )r, says:
",in his speech accepting the nomi
:-t ion for G overnor of' Massachusetts,
I r. John Quincy Adams enunciated
jo principles which the Democracy
Iust adol to achievo success in the
ext Presidential election. The New
'lk im (radical) says to him: 'If
c party will cordially accept his
iv ws on national i ssuics, an1d will pro
ut. a candidate t ia t fitirly reflects
iem, then the Republicans in 1872
ill havo to bring out their strongest
Mna, and throw into the ciavass their
ottom dollar, or give up all hope of
"I'he ihtilosophy of Mr. Adams is
mply a recognition of the facts as
Iwy actually cxist. 1He does n~ot see
te wicdom of fighting hattles over
pciniU whila have 11nce been fought
ul conclusively decided. To any
e~r COubat the results of the late
ar, incliding reconstruction and ne
Vo suffrage, he knows to lo as boot
!!s a struggle as it would have been
>r tiecral Lee to liave resisted tle
'nion ariniev after they had lemiamed
im in oi all sides at A pponattox
ourt loui.. Mr. AdiIms does not
'uire )miecrats to yield lp any of
sir (Tiions its to how, in their
idgmiet, theso cont roverseis ought
have ended ; bit only to acknow
dge the t undeiniable fact that they
ave ended inl a peculiar way, an'd
len, like men or conmnon sense, to
rVern themielves accordingly.
"M r. Adams ik the lirst Northern
cemoeratic caitdiate for a hii gh posi
onl to break ground in favor of tile
otithernti view (if party policy. We
tall see how it worlks in the election,
11d we predict that if radicalism in
laisachusetts is not put to rout, its
rand army will be so badly crippled
tat it will not be able to stand an
THE ]1Iwns PRE8s ON CorroN.
'lie ritisha press continues to he very
nel exercised about tle sipply of
>tton. Every day or two there are
oaditg irticles atad any amount, of
>rrespond ene ott the suject, and
iere is hardly any conceivable plan
>r imcreasing the production of t-he
iw material that is not diOcussed.
'lie iistillicient supply is termed a
ilamity, and issaid to be owing to
n increase of the consutrintg power
t. a time when the raw material is
ecreasing. A writer in the London
'rmrs takes a very setnsible view of
w matter when he argues that the
-to way to increaso the production of
>tton is for the manufacturers and
ipitalist of England to co-operate
ith te grower. Thlat is, wO suppose,
) cil)loy their capital in connection
ith thle lab or of the planters in or
er to stimulate a growth. This wri
3r romarks, too, that it would be folly
>r tite Americai planters to grow
ye millions of bales at double the
xpenso of land and labor when the
ime profit can be realized from half
bat antount. lIut where are the Et
li6h ianufacturers and capitalists to
se their ittoney in co-operation with
e growers? aidia and other eoun
ries ihave been triedl, and a vast
mlout of citpital has been sutnk ina
to expelimtent. TPhere is, however,
tie plae iaa the world where ratisinig
>itton ts not an utneertatin experiment
nd where planting never fatils to be
.tceessftul tand profitable. In our
oultern States there is a v'ast area
f cot totn ltads yet uncultivated. If
here were capital andl labor etnoutgh
ant tmil liotns of bales or tmore could
e rcaised. T1his is the con trly, then,
ir the liritisha to inivest in 'if they
ould get an amaple supply of cotton
ud a htandlsomo return for their capi
a8 '. NC cEI.t.lN lhavEN ur. S-r un-'s.
style ,of revenue st a imp intended
.er use int legal docutments or papers,
ind so atrrangedi t hat by being thoer
ughaly wottedl will eancel thaemaelves,
as becen hattded in to thte lleventue
lepiat t mnat at \\ashington, with an
xplanatory letter. They have the
ppoarance of the ordinary stamp,
ad catn be attachaed to paper, wood,
r glass, so firmly that thecy cannot be
aumoved. Should thtey be soaked with
rcater witha a view to reinoving thtem
h0 attempt will be a simple failure,
nd( vill, b~esides, expose the intended
il lain by the word "cancelled'" tap
ecirmtg erossed on the face of the
tmp. Itn fact, it requires thte wetting
f' t he staamp only to cancel it. Th'e
aly objection to these stamps--and a
rauve one, too-is that when placed on
attain legal writings, and not intend.
d to be cancelled, they may accident.
Ily become cancelled ,and thus destroy
'ao validity of thte papers and entail
wvere loss on tho owners. The in.
enttor is a resident of WVashington.
C1o1.ucua 4 Tats.-Mr. W. E. Rose,
to well known hotel proprietor of
orkvillo, has putrchased Hlunt's Ilo
ii, i'i. Colutmbia, tand is preparing to
pen it in handsome style in Novemi
WV. ID. Cornwall, M. D., has been
ppointe~l by Governor Scott, assist
t phtysieian at the Lunatic Asylum,
toe Dr. ,T. J. McCants, removed.
An accident ocured at thec new
tate Ilouse on \Vednesday ltat. Wmt.
I. Sessford, a plasterer, fell from the
ceondl story of the building to thte
rst floor, a distance of sotme thirty
of, and was picked up insensible.
o blones .were broken, but serious
ternal injluries are feared .--C/wrles
Th'le Cinctinati IEnrj uirer says.
raatt's eaincat is calle a a Bsporting
ihmaet. Pi-obably becausee every otte
making sport of it o
A Nui'get of Gold Found Worth $25,000
and Weighing One Hundred and Six
IFrom tho 8an Frauoisoo Herald, 22d ull.]
A nugget of' gold was received yes
terday morning by A. T. Farrish &
Co., weighing 106 pounds, being al.
most, if not quite, the largest ever
taken out in this State, and within a
few pounds of any ever found in
modern gold digging. It is valued
for about $25,000. In the same find
367 65-100 ounces were secured in
smaller quantities, from 20 to 75
ounces each, and also one cAke of fine
gold retorted, weighing about 1,180.t
ounces, all of which ire now in pob
sossion of Mr. Farrish. This extra
ordinary pile, $56,000, w11s Obtlited
in1 io y by t wo nin froim the .,
umental Quir'z Mine in Scrra Buttes,
Siorra eonuity, onwned by W. A. Far
rikh and others. William Parrish
writes that in) two days lo would siend
as much more. The vein varies from
one to three feet, anid 6a filled with de
composed quartz. The . old ii ob
tained by sluicing, using quicksilver
to catch the fine particles. The trail
ings only go through nrastra. The
Sierra futtes and the Undependence
mine are located onl the sa me moun
tainl. It is only two nonths since
Mlessrs. Parii,h commeniced work on
this Irinre, anld they have got in a fow
feet. A we.k ago they sent down
$3,000 as the result, of two mc's Ia
bu for eight Or nlin3o weeks.
.F ti h ile Saln Francjiseo Tim'ies.1
The gold nugget tiaken last week
out of the Aloutinental Quartz Com
pany's claim, in Sierra County, and
weighing 106 pounds, is not, as stated
by tho 1udl,tin, either "almost the
largest ever t.aken out in the State,"
or "Within a f',w pounds of the lairg
ekt ever found in modern gold mini
irg.' A bieif account of the larg
est n-:ggets whose discovery is regard.
ed will show that while the Monurnen.
till 0330 is an ext remely satisfaetory
"1find,"' it cannot take rai~k aumong the
first class nuggets. In 17:10 a piece
of gold weighing sixty pouads, troy,
was found near ,i1 '.z, in Pen u. In
1810 ia nugget weighinig thirty-seven
pounds, troy, wno fitnod in Ca bai rus
County, N0orth Carulina. A muis.,
weighing iiinet.. -even Initinds, troy,
Wa1s disCOVCred in Zla11toneh, a district
of the Southern Ural, in 18-12. Thei
Blanch Jarldy nut gget, found in Aus
tralia, weighed 116 lbs. 3 dwts., troy.
Another mass weiglhig 112 pounds,1
troy, was found in 185 i ii the sanie
country, and also a nugget of 106
pounds. The "Welcome Ntugget,"
found in Ballarat, 1858, weighed
2,020 ounces, or 168 pounds, troy.
Another nogget, weighing 112 pounde
was found in A udtralia a fcw mo-nths
ago. The largest nugget ever found
in California, so far as we are aware.
was 160 putnrids weight, and several
havo been averaging from twenty or
thirty up to ia hundred pounds. These
large masses have been almost inva
riably found in depositeof a similar
character to that in which the Monu
mental claim is siruated, and we shAll
not be surprised to bear that there are
more large lumps where the hundred
and-six pounder came from.
TnE CoL.On IEn l XCUnSIONIsTs.-The
excursion train from Augusta eamo in
aiccordinig to time. We should have
notie( dI it S0(,ner Itut matters more
impolfrtant required all our attention.
A goodlly nuinber of the colored pop
ulaition of A ngusta came11 up, and no
doubt enjoyed thle trip. They remain.
eover here WVednresdaiy night, and
sItarted on their return early T1hurs
day amuning, incidents occurred,
lbnt one or two of whieb we are able
A sable female, who somne time ago
deserted her husband in1 A ugusta,. had
taken up her abode in this city. Shre
was at the depot, when the train came
in, ready to greet any of tier acquain
tiancs ,who mnight be among the ex
curtiomists. As soon as they comn
nmenced pouring from the train she
spiedl her husbarnd among the number
anil rushing forwa rd atttemnpted to
embrace himi, Ito immediately "let
in" to beating hecr ; the blows felt
thick and fast, until one of the gal
lants interposed and separated them.
- ('lar lote Obs..cri er.
.By the latest advices from Madrid
it appears that the Regent Serrano
and a majority of his Cabinet have
become convinced that the wisest and
and best thing to do is to accept this
offer, but are rather afraid to venture
on conotuding the bargaIn before the
Spanish people undeceivod and in.
struoted as the real state of affairs in
C uba. But a great point has been
gainedl by the government Consenting
to negotiate for the Independence of
the island. The first and moest formi.
dable barrier is broken down. There
seems to be little doubt now that the
independenee of Cub a, through the
prudent and earnest interposition of
thme United States, will be conceded.
Let us hope this may be aecomptished
soon and before that beautiful and
fruitful island becomes devastated.
'Io prolong the war, under the present
state of things and the prospect of a
settlement, would be shedding blood
uselessly and reckij0Sshy.-Nv. Y. Ihcr
Said a Baptist to a Methodist: '-I
don't like your church government.
[t isn't simple enough. . Ther'e's too
much maohinerj about It." "It is
true,'' replied the MethodIst, "We
have more machinery than you ; but
then: you see, it don't take near so
much water to run It."
Mr. Ewing wants the Governument
brought back~ to State right. a".
poudedby r.Webster and the old
The Movo in Union.
We publish elsewhere the pro.
ceedings of a public meeting at Union
Court House, on a subject of vital
inportance to the citizens of this
State. Thoughtful men have long
seen the necessity of attempting to
impose some restrictIons upon the
present Legislature in their present
disposition to engage in the reckless
issue of bonds, for the payment of
which the credit of the State is pledg
ed. The Unionville Time8 says:
"We invite the special attention of
the press of the State of South Caro
lina, to the resolutions adopted by a
public meeting of our citizens on
Monday last. Pdrhaps they will do
no good, but we think they will, If
properly treated by the newspapers of
the State. The Republican party
represents a very small portion of the
tax-payers, and the members of that
party care very little how much
taxes are extorted from the purses of
those when) they have not the honor
"Let Vall street and the commer
oial world understand, from the out-I
spoken declarations of all persons,
who have the States' interest at heart,
that they do not feel a moral obliga
tion to pay these bonds resting upon
them, and the bonds will be an incu.
bus upon the market, with no buying
rates, and very low selling ones. Let
them go forth dependent upon the
solveny of an unconstructed railroad,
and contingent upon the continuance
in offices of non-tax-payers, as a class,
and not even the financial ability of
that rising financial light, who assists
Glovernor Scott in the manipulation of
South Carolina fintinces in New York,
will be able to put them above twenty
rive cents in the dollar.
"Just here is the proper place for
the sneer, that we are endeavoring to
depreciate South Carolina bonds.
Not so ; we wish our people to pub
lish to the world that they are not
South Carolina bonds. If Governor
Scott and Republieun legislators, un
mindful of their trusts, legislate by
brihery and vote as they are paid,
eeling no interest in the future pay
ments of liabilities not incurred, sure
ly they, who do feel an interest, should
properly assert and proclaim to the
world in advance, that these litters of
oorruption and extravaganco will not
be paid if we can help it.
"Rest assured that bucb a voice
would be respected, and its depreciat
ing iu-fluence upon the anticipated
bonds would bury them forever."
Gems of Worth from the Pen of Think
Love im like a hunter, who cnrc; not
for the game when once caught, which
lie may have ptursued with the most
intense and breathless eagerness.
Love is stronger in pursuit; friend
ship in possession.
The moral and apprehensive nature
of girls is more rapidly developed
than the mind of boys, as satelites
move quicker than planets, or as flow
ers bloom sooner in valleys than on
The fireside is a school of infinite
importance ; it is important because
it is universal, and because the edu
cation it bestows, being woven in the
woof of childhood, gives form and
color to the whole texture of life.
Were it given to the organic eye to
se0 into the wnind of others, we should
judlge a man miue'snmore surely from
what lie drenms than from what he
thinks ; there is will in the thought,
there is none in the d roann
When we see two young lovers
kneeling at the altar, the heart's wish
is that they may resemble the married
in heaven, who, according to Sweden
burg's vision, alwvays molt into one
It is the most momentous question
a woman iseveor called on to decide,
whether the faults of the man she
love will drag her down, or whether
she Is competent to be his earthly re
Only our cradle songs, only those
old eradle-songs, sound ing back on the
memory, soothe the sorrowful soul to
slumber when it has wept itself hot
In a railroad car the seats were all
full except one, which was occupied
by a pleasant looking Irishman -and
at one of the stations a couple of
evidently well bred and intelligent
young ladies came to prooure seats,
but seeing no vacant ones were about
going into a back oar, when Patrick
rope hastily and offered them his seat
with evident pleasure. "But you
will have no Beat for yourself," res
ponded one of the young ladies with
a smile, hesitating, with true polite
ness, as to accepting it. "Never ye
".ind that 1" said the gallant Hliber
nian, "ye'r welcome to it! I'll ride
upon the cowcatcher till New York
any time for a smile from such jin lie.
mienily ladies," and he retreated into
the next ear amid thme cheers of his
.During the recent court at Black
nIl, now the County seat of Barn..
well, an old lady, we are told, was
brought forward as a witness, and
when asked to take off her bonnet, ob.
tinately refused to do so, saying
'There is no law to compel a woman
t~o take off her bonnet."
"Oh I" imprudently replied the
Judge, "you know the law, do you ;
erhps ou woldlike to come up
"No I thank you sir," said the we
sian, tartly, "there are old women
mnough on-the' benek now.
The judge wilted, and, the old lady
was sworn.-- Edgefld Adventu.;r.
It doort neesrl enr
grent deail of land to go unto the nur
Virginia and Her Admission-- Seorotary
The ' silver lining" to the cloutid
which had seemingly obscured the future
properity of Virginia developed itself
thoroughly to-day in the certain an
nouicement, that ite A ttorney Generali
had failed to discover in tho reconstue
tion laws of Congress any authority for
exacting the test oath fron the miI
bers elect to the Virginia LIgislature.
The glad tidings lose none of their good
effi.0t. from their tardmntss in coming ;
which will assuredly prove betieficial to
the State and people of the Old Domin
ion. It need not be imagined that bn.
canuse the North is hill of proscription
ists, nnd that Congress his a large sam
ple, and because that class of politiciais
have their represeitatives in the Cabi
net., that. thev are .ither in the imajoiriy,
or that. they can exert suticient infin
ence to prevent, the great ends which
the patienco aid fortitude under distress
atil bitter sispeiise manifest'i not only
in Virginia, though :nore particularly
evident, there, litt throughon'. the whole
southern section of the country, must
accomplish. Surely if slowly, t.Im frmts
of self-denial and enduring faith will
manifest themselves. Themnlignancy
of the enemies of Virginia, and their
efforts to prevent her from resuming her
march within the Union to fntinre pros
perity and retewed glories, have fallen
andi must coi intue to ,fall before the de
velopimentis of honesi conservatism anid
regard for law and justice entertained
by the majority of the present, Adminis
tration. As I have b, fore stated in
this correspondence the Oid Dom'nion
does not want for friends in the Cahinet.
nor in the army, where distinguished
oMcers of high mink are st.rong devo
tees to her future success and greatness ;
nor will she i Congress next winter,
where lie proper iilieiices exerted i
the proper way are certain to result, in
the correct alppreciation of what the
laws demand and the Constitntion or
dains with respect to the 8tates now
seeking admision to their rights and
privhilges in t he Union.-WIlashington
(Cor. Richmond Dispatch.
Go Back on the Negro.
The morning and evening Radica
papers to-day come out. ngainst Mayor
Bowen's plan to consolidate the wiite
and negra schools. It is the first. move
to save the city from bankruptcr, and
lift it ouit of its present Col runt and de
graded munticipal rule.-- I 'ashinglon
This is an "advance backward' on
the Equality question. For more tLaii
four years these same Radical papers
have b-en clamoring for perfect quah
IV of the iraces and insislin.g 1i1: the
SoithernI Stati-s should ho- c p(l11 ;,.
Congresi to neep-nit I hip ,-qi, Iil y Jmgla
anid so niould t1eii has kn -ild I
lations as to securi its due en foriC
'hat there might. he io excnse for a
refusal of the Soth to agree to this
monstrous theory, tho Radical sainti s In
Congress determined to set ani exam1itphe
of practical, pol it icql and socii eqiality
of the races, in the very capital of ih'e
country, which should he regarded as a
national acknowledgment of the soind
ness of the theory.
In the late election for 'he officers of
the municipal Government of Washine
Lon, this was made an open, dhi !i nct
issue', andi Mayor Boweni was elh eied
squarely upon thlis quest ion, rece-iinrg t hei
hearty suipp.rt of lie (it v Rid pa
Pers. "Equality" schoolh, was lie erv
oif lie part y, anad iaiuir thati sIigan the'v
Th'le revulsion of the popuh r sr-n i
mn-nt on this questioni, which hans lbaen
made thoroughly manifest in lhe recnt
elections, and which is now shiowinig
itself 80 plainly in Pennsyl vaiiia and
Ohio, has indtned the Radical leaders to
modify the~ir extreme views. To save
their party from dlefeat im the approach
mng elections, they are wvillitng to go
back on their negro friends, and even
desert a prommnent official, whose elee
t.on they advocated on the ground that
lie wvouild do what they now con
This is a fair sample of Radical con
sistency, anid is aniothier proof added to
the thousands which we be-fore had,
that. the true friends of the nef~ro, nowv,
as before emancipation, can only be
fonnd amtong Simt hern slave owners.
Augusta Chron ice & &S'ntincl.
While Thad. Stevens was a young
lawyer, lie once had a case before a had
temipereid judge of an obsenre Peenayl
vamia court. Under what h.e consider
ed a very errontus rtuling, it. wae de4cided
agaimst him ; wihereupon he threw down
his books and picked up his hat in a
high state of indignation, and was about
to leave the co~urt, room, senttering im
precations all around himi. The jiidge
straightened himse-lf to his full height,
assumied tin air of oftended mnajesty, and
aked Tihad. if lie meant "to express his
contempt, for this court ?" Thad turned
to him very deferentially, made a very
respect ful bow, and replied, ini feigne'd
amazement: "E'.rpress my con tempjt for
tis court? No, sir I I ani trying to
conceal it, your honor," adding as he
turned to leave, "biut I find it d-d
hard to (do it."
In reply to a paper calling General
Bhormnan "the comn g man," a Geoor
gia journal says it "hopes lie is not
coming that way again."
The Methodist and Baptist revivals
in Raleigh are meeting with muclh
success, and gathering a rich "harvest
f precious souls.i
FractIonal currency will hieroafter
be issued at the rate of $250,000
haily, until the pressing want is sup.
The San Francisco 'lulletin says
Qen. Roseerana will miake nihlliotis
out of his mining speculations in Cali-J
The Purest, Best and Cheapest
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
RED JACKET AXE
Is better than our regular shaped Axes fo1
these rensons: First-It cuts deeper. Ie,
cond It don't stick in the wood. Third-I
does not jar dhe hand. Fourth-No time ii
wasted In dtaking the Axe out of the cut.
Frth--witi the same labor you will do one
third more work than wihli regular Axee.
Ied paint hras nothing to do witi the goor
qualities of this Axe, for nil our Axes ar
painted red. If your ha'rdwa:e store doe
not keep our goods, we will gindly answel
iniuiries or fill your orders direct, or givi
you tho name of the nearest dealer wh<
Keeps our Axes.
LIPPINCOTT & BAKIR W ELL,
Pittsburg, P .
Solo owners of Colburn's and Red Jacke
Patents- aug 25
S'IE ES'T;Y COTTAGE OIlIGAN is to
, best iad cheapest . Contains the lIes
illproveienits I'ox Humana and l'ox Jubi
lale. J. E8THY & CO., Sole Manuf'rs
Brattleboro, Vt. aug 25
$9 A Day for all. Address A. J. FULL
IAN, N. Y. aug 26
E .NlI1OYMI-*,NT ltatpays. For particu
, lars, iidelress .8 M. 8e'csesn & Co.
.lattleboro, VI. aug 2
A SK your Doctor Or Druggist for 8we
Quimne--it equals (biter) Quinine. Ii
m'Ide only by F. STiAI.s, Uhemist, )"
/Oltl; F WIS1it)M for Young Men or
hle Rlaing iassion in Youth & Earl3
Manhood. witi Self help for the erring
and unfortuallte, Sent in sealed envelope
free of charge. Addless llowARo Assoot
n ios, hox 1, Pth iladel ph ia, Pa. aug 2;
r1 Ill 11TY Y l A 11S' Experience in thle Treat
I. eat ofII tironiic and Sexu:kl Diseases
A Pihysiological Vi -w of Marriage.--Thu
clenpest booK ever publisied-Cilonininigip
inarly 300 pages,4 and 130 tine engraving.
of 1 the analltoy f lie l.u gin rgilas in n
state of leall, .:.-l 'hon4-se. wiih a ItrezaisI
on en-,ly err. r.s i., h-plorah e conin leceoi
upon)1 the Mill: al b ody, wi t1h 1hle ma hmla-'
plan of t reat Almni l -thealv onliy j 1 1-1;j
inecs.sfu1 1)l m 10o enlre, Ia s h..wit hv a re
port of eas orr I het -.. o l .
-ib l i eii ' - i ih o vi-.
fly. N 't . .i'2 '' liiv Le ll
mik st enio, a. ;, i : .V al
Ii ifiaa' SUMl I ;tla. I- a I 4At li-e w i..
a ug 25
By lie Metropolitan Gift Co.
CASi GIFTS TO TIlE MOUl.NT OF $40,000.
Ever'y TIicke~t D~raws a Prize.
5 Cash CGils, eacti, 00(
10 IO.. (
20 '' " 'a6fo
-410 "i 4 ~ i
5 Rlegant Roasewood eooneah$!
150 Seing Mal~iae each 000(17
ed i Enelops .d eloixd.On oe i
350ic aewnd Mac b iloaeach ddresto.17
I>00 Prizd Wa'es imaec y 75t to an0
add res. lexrsr Wreur &malue a
Aowl khntow drat nyofuheab Prizes efr
yfurpayfo Tikts Anyscrizn Piexhanged seal
edt mn Enelopeti.d onl faixeal. O eep
o 5s. a ScledTicet sc dawthout olo
ignierondeb manywh hto latly adress.Va
nabhe prizes nd kpit l ei teeed 5t
ptolih tcet holro pnyment1 ouOns, Daoa
ino, $80;iztes mmedatesnt Dtoin
$ddre0; Joy expes Ar rewrn mail.al
$6,00 pa fri. Ans pizmn, eChangedsto
Panohe $of0 thae puble. No ans Oit
ROrnuxSs:-WeI Ptsec.t e fire follow
inge foan wh have lauceysdraw Vea~l
Tune Prizes. andekindlykpermitemu t<
28,l"A fremndfordrew J. $600s riag
$Se,000.; cirsClara 8.beralkdereBatimor
Agent0; Jioh iT. Araed, avnna
pac,000;o isse Agnvoes ontCirnston
Pianor $600.i) o We 6.publn laetrs wioth
Puriefnd esv the sulod."Wel
Tr~il~e Muy8 "Wegst havev whem t
bW farleaing nm.''--N.i ealera
BOOTS, SrHndOEuS de a $H00pri
NesJueh 3. nryB tr
Send fo cirulr Liben iducemeuns t
Agen uter Sar ulen gurnb e.yvr
al RPER, WILNR & Co.
10IVO TO SUBSIST YO UR FA Ar
AND SAVE MONEY !
11uY vOUi V11tO EIES
JOHN 1INTYRE & CO.
W 110 have the largest and fineet assort.
ment of Groceries they hate ever be.
fore offered, and as cheap as ean be bought.
1lesiles to sut lihe wanits of the country
generally, they are plertsed to offer a very
excellent stock (if iloois, Shoes, lardwaro,
Dry Goods and Clothlit,g
Our goods nre numerous, well selected,
fresh. have been bought ir Cash, and will
be sold at small advances for Cash.
c6y- French andies, Cocoanut Cream,
&c. mar 26
,GULLEIPS STEEL BRUSU
IALL'S PATANT COTTON GIN
Send for Circulars.
Agent for the ,tato,
52 Igait Bay, soutli of I le old Postofice.
ug 1I 3m Charleston, 8. C.
1 I-lID'S PATENT LOCK TIE8, unsur.
pssed by any Tie yet mianufactured.
For neatness, strength and durability, this
Tie has no equal. Having sold them for the
past three years, we feel that we can cor -
dially recommend thiem to all Planters as
the article they want. For sale by
CEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Factors, Charleston, S. C.
P. P. TOALE,
Charleston, S. C., Manufacttrer of
DOOR1S', A SH BLIND9
[ AVIN G TIII- LAR0 ST. AND NIO ''
SCO.\lIIPIET 1.1 FAC'TORtY in) the South.
ernS tles aiid keeping alwnys on hand a
large iloi nost complete stock of DOOIS,
S It%.% II IAN 1) . Sa:-Ii Doors. Store
los01, Shnitel:', 'lonildings. &c . &c . I Rin
es'abled to sell low and at i isiifac'urers'
TN ' I-tud .\l~l.iion pildl to l g
aril \l n d e.r.n .rien - *.
to Original I 1 P m4 Slk tI'l-he I 4 1.1
hold Naueir houh Po
eItnl ilH.u d } rulnsely ~ lil iu
costly 'igravinign (full s ze) I eful I 'l
reliable Pi I vreroe. -:nbroideries. and ia con
sltant slccession of, artistic novehaies, Witih
other useful and entertaining literiture.
No person of retinement, economical
housewife, or lady of tasle can afford to do
wit hout the M1del Monthly. Specime'.
copies, 15 couils; mailed free ; Yearly. $3,~
with a v'aluabsle premium; t wo copies. $5.50;
three copsies, 37.0;: fiye copile9, $12, anul
Isplendid prec:niumns rot' clubs as $3 encht
withs te first. premiums for cacti subscrib
ziWr A new liarlram & F'antons Sewinsg
Machine for 20) .subscribters at $3 each.
Pubhlioat ion Oflice,
No. 473 Bronadwny, INew York.
D~emtorest's Monthlly anid Young America
togetlsher $4, with the premsiumis for each.
The Fastest Route North or' South,
via Charlotte & S. C. and Co
lumibla & Augusta Railroads.
CHANGE OF SCHIEDULE.
Coa.mixlhA, April 10, 180.
('N and after' 8unday, te 11th inst., 11ho
'JMail T'rains ovet these Rtoads wil run
Leave Grlaniteville at P. 45 aa
Leave Columibia 2.00 p in
'Winsnshoro, 3.5 p~ m
" Chtest er 6.6 p50
" Chas'rlo:to, 8.16 p na
Gi'eensboro, 1 00 aa
Arrive at Riohmsonsl, Va. -10.00 a m
aking close connsetion here, with ta
Leave Now Yor'k, .0p
" ' I'hsiladlelpliin 12.16 a as
" Balt imore, 41,15 a as
" ashington, 7.00 a m
" liehmondl, 2.00 pi
" Greensboro, - 100ats
" Chtarlotte,.4 a ms
" Chsoster, 8 .47 a ms
*'WInnsbor.o, 8.57 a um
Arrive at Columitbia 1200p i
Arrive at Graniteville at,- 410pi
AN ACooMoDATZON TRAIN WILL 7RUN1 A5V or
Mosndays, Wednesdlays and Friday.
" Winsb~~o1.6 '
"Chsester ' .5a
Arivey at C'hairlotte,15 p as
0.80 p m
'Juesdays, Thu trsdays and Saturdays.
"s Chester '11.00 a as
" Winsboro, 2.00 p im
Aririve at Columt~bia, 4 00 p mt
C. BOUKN1GH T,
ap1) 18 Superilntndnt
DMOGR EST' 8 01ND AllE RICA.
r h~lPb s vn ile M againe- lIver Boy
Pr e s y so: a n P aren t s an d T o ac h c os:
firoit.. , fb tai toascurea copy. A good
fie living oh a Glass -Cylinder to con.a
ferlivn Poectif or a good t wo bladed
pter detah Knf, anmi a large numbera
to eachi subagj) erl,?1, $t1 n um
'rit 478 Broadway, Neow 'i'k.
't. i. Boys and Girls. 8peime o
pies five cents, isalel fre.- He e o