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Terrible ind Fital Acoident on the South
V-aro)lns 1aU1oad-Two TUves LaNt
Thirteen Freight Oars Des tr oye-- put
gineer Burnt to Doath. phi
Wo are pahied to rod6td a most hor- dou
iblo accident, which occurred to the 0r
mlIght express It in over tie South Ca- !in
rolina Rajilroad ytsterday morning. A '
large tree had fallen across the track str
an broken down a portion of the long ch
trestle which crosses Congaree swamp, ge
a short dstance below Kinsville ; and
as it was not observed by ofo engineer, 9
owing to the darkness and mist, the iS
locomotive rah into the gap, and to- the
gether with a number of freight cars, 801
wan precipitated to the groid. it a '.
few minutes, it was found that tiho fire our
had been communicated to the cars, I
and in a very short time thirtoen freight ma
cars, wil.h their valuablo contente, were It
tmt*lly destroyed; and mourntul to re- dis
fntv ', the engineer, Mr. Sobron Hr hot
grove-son In law of our fellow-citizon, life
Cnpt. W. 11. Casson-was burned to kni
deati., nothing but his charred remains wit
being recovered ; the firemat, Mr. J. ala
(ilbort, was instantly ki. led ; another the
fireman, Mr. Charlesi H. Burns, was wh
burnt, ; but was takfen to his hoime in nt
Uharleston. The flames extended to the as
trestle-work, and also to the telegraph Obj
poles, a number of which wero hnrrt ors
The trees in the swamp also took fire, it
and for a time it, was feared that the the
conilagration would become general. to
Through t0b presence of mind of Con- roa
ductor W, H. Evans, (of whom the i
passengers speak in the highest terms,) tle
aided by Messrs. W. D. Peck, J. WV. tite
Perkins and others, the conductor's and ho
the passenger's conches were uncoupled Sit
and run back-thus preventing a fearful tha
loss of life. An attempt was made to the
save the baggage, by smashing in the the0
car with coupling pins-the only imple. fori
ments obtainablo-which was partially ty.
successful, and a number of triks were I.
reBcued; but a majority of the pagsn- go
gers lost their baggage. The mails mnt
were saved. The express messenger, to
Mr. Thomas H1. Svinmes, worked ener-- exl
getically, and succeeded in saving all tal
his money packages, with the exception go
of $140 ; but his freight was all lost. chi
Meqsirs. James Maguiro and Wn.
Lyles (train hands) are entitled to great
credit for their earnest and onergeti e ho
etforts during the whole of the trying .
scene. The loss to the railroad compa. tf
ny will exceed $100,000. The train o
had been behind time, but when te ac ho
cident occurred, was running very slow. bo
Iy. The locomotivo-the V. U. Dukes eX
-was a perfect wreck. ha
The scene, as doscribed by eye-wit- wc
iesses, was horrible in tihe extreme, and he
atrong men shed tears at the sight and feA
at their inability to assist the untortu-. I'
inte engineer, who was caught in the of
machinery of the broken eigine, anI bo
was burnt to death before the eyes of aft
the assembled passengers. M r Rar- W1
grovea was porfectfy cool and collected ; ac
aid although occasionally his painfil ral
situation forced from him a shriek, lie wi
was yet thoughtful of others, and warn- "
ed several parties, who attempted to 0h4
release him, of the danger they incurred, 1o
rand at the same time informing them of ed
the impossibility of rendering him any to
aid. Ile calhd to a friend, (although at an
the time the fire had burnt his hair off teI
completely, and the lever which lay Sh
across his body had furced ot his en- C
trails,) and gave hinr a message to his thi
wife ; he t.hn folded his arms across his Pd
b~reast. and thecre they remained until rei
the left arm wats complete)v burnt eof. buj
The fireman, Mr. Glilbort, wrs instantly (1e
k'illed-being crushed under the im-- of
mnense mao,. I
Tho followihg is a hest of the passon- A
gers aboard the train:
D. Ravenel, Jr., and lady, child
unel servant. 1K T1. Jervey, A. C. Kauf.
man, W. H. Dunra, Charleston ;Mrs.
T. S, Budd and child; Miss Anna T1.
Fickling, W. D. Pock, Colum-ia; J. C. Ce
MackrellI, Blackstock ; John Nellighan, E
(1. W. Conner, Bltimnoreo; J. WV. Per- rce
kins, Auguata; J. M. Bunch, Union; rei
Mrs. H. HI. Odot, Spartanburg ; J. WV.
The freight was principally ?or me. r
ehhonts on the Greenville, Rarlroad, aa
.tiall portion for the Charlotte Rail- ne
H1UM InorJDr's Cositos.--W hen sh. c
iwas seached that end and a'm of her es. VW
istenee, physical science wi-ll point bacd 4.
to the Cosmos of Hlumboldt as the first wl1
Great etep in her progress. to
Such, tlen,sis the' position whielh the ,bI
history of human knowkdge asigos to; isi
hima whose achievements we to-day ice
celebratQ.. Though lie has been remov. Ig
ed from"ihe dphere of ativity which he ah
so long illuminated, his work has~ not an
0eased a\meng men. The progrees to- ml
wvards the solution of the great probjem be
goes on. laformatton as -to .the the dii
sta'uctuare of the fixed stars and nebulha- fot
as well as of the sun which he@ en de. pK
esired of for seiohce, ha. been wonder
(Ally Y9ulohsaf'ed to us thiough the agen..
.; y of the1 Spectrum Analysist and by it S-i
-we amrvo at the prebable umity of the A
inetterial constitution of the heavenlv Se
bodies. The discovery of the correla--- bi'
tienefQ force, has all but demonstrated th
that.the varmon. entergies at work in the 'gh
Cosmos are-only so onany specialisationsa at
of one central oosmical force, while the toi
researenes now tn p regress as to thme fo,
@ra6JittoI !5~a *ohqn l4'yf of devql-- mi
opmntwi, i teyrame all thast i4
anticipated, brmn ns nearer to the dolu- p
ti tim i re~t rpj,bn than TI
seems certamn: That the puesent states of Je~
sesearoh- oints to a not far distant tilne tit
sealirdethe gonceptiona of one primor. 69
* e opelted upot) by .t" pri- dec
,.TO a.iforo,, accodmg to 01n6 untvaey.
m i'g lew, to-which celi other enetical t
hosaebut corotkree Andae u
*the Appelttance of thi Costwomy inay mt
be fimdy.M tr'snted to tho'pu~otde Irnt- .,
'pression predtieed by tlist worke upon an
the ends and aims of scienej..eerg.-- ,of
'If, then," ays 80 ' ,the Re
>lic of Plt d"g $ dret rate
losophical attaininenft, eiri r in the
utlesi agts thiat are past have been,
n some f'org4 clime, fkr beyond the
its of our horizon, at the present mo
itaro <or hereafter shall be, con
:j4ed giomo fato to undertake the
rge of a State, I am prepared to ar
to the death in defence of this asser.
i-that thOw and there the realization
tho ideal of perfect government was,
r will be possible." This thought of
first groat thinker that wrote on
'ernent may be aptly remembered
lay, when we see a great division of
population coming out to honor, as
C had been a king or a general, a
n great. only in the worli of intellect..
s a good sign for the age that a is
)osed thus to do large and public
or to a manl liko Humboldt, whose
was devoted to the increase ol
wledge, for it implies that men know
D their true benefactors are, and it
indicates the active influence upon
government of the world of the men
o alone will touch it with unselfish
-lligence. If the world will accept
its heroes, its saints, and the special
ects of its general admiration, think
, writers and philosophera, we can
ird to be careless as to who site in
- Board of Aldermen or who ts sent
Albany to sell privileges to the rail.
d companies ; for while these can
y draw statutes and "enact" them,
philosophers will frame and form
public mind, and with that truly
last bad laws can do small harm.
ih mon as Humbol it are, far more
n any round dozen of posts a piece,
"unacknowledged legislators ' and
y are only unacknowledged because
nal recognition would be a superfiui
We should be grateful, therefore,
our German fellow-citizens for tht
>d examhplo they set in celebrating m
n of this uharacter; and we are glad
perceive in their choice the natural
wession of the elevated views they
:e of life-the views that make theni
)d citizens, good men and good iner.
ints.-N. Y. Herald.
r-IUMnoLDT.-WhilO evtry people
ior their 'illustrious dead, this is, I
nk, the first instance where all na.
is have united with the countrymer
a great man in paying cen'.ennial
nors to his memory. It may safelj
said without incurrin the charge o
iggeration, that sculpture and orator3
ve been to-day in every section of thi
rid invoked to teproduce the nobh
kd, massive brow, and intellectua
tures of the great German, and to tel
overy language the marvelous tal<
his travels, explorations, and vast Ia,
rs, in every clime, and of his return
er years of perilous adventures, lidot
h a wealth of scientific treasures, the
.ounts of which yet fill us with admi
ion and amazement. This world
do apotheosis of Humboldt seemi
ere nearly to fulfill the definition o
) word than any -honors that havi
retoforo been paid to the distinguish
dead. Well might the ancient
in such tributes "an enrollmen
iong the gods" when, from St. Pe
-sburg to Lisbon, from Quebec t<
n Francisco, and on every island an<
ory continent where the influence o
i great German. race is felt, solemi
%cessions, wav6n -agt, ancietd
cowned orders land societies.gn<
sta, statues, and portraits of the groa
t&, pttdst the nurversa[ appreciatiol
the value of the herculean labors o
imboldt, the benefactor of his race.-.
OENFinAT, tJonDAN Nuit'TKB Fot Foii
S-r's Oi.n CoJmAND.-Memp7&ih, Sep
wher '14.-Gen. Jordan, of the Onbat
margent army, writes to a former oem
on Forrest's staff offering him th<
sition of chief of artillevy, and afs<
iiests him to brig as many of For
it's old command a. he can get Re
ring to the climate, he says t is mucl
3asanter there than here. As to roada
says those near the coast are bad Jo
iRery ; hence. lighter guns are mor
tdessAuy than at home.
The mountain howitzer does not suig
a carriag.e being too narrow. Wha
wanted is boat howit zers with igh
rriages. Hoe recommende )2'-poune
ead gians;~ says that with 8,00i
mericano, properly officered, with
ich to form a nucleus for the peoph
rally around, there would be no trod~
in drivig the Spanirdc ott of th
and, Hie says the principal deflcein
of tbo.,Cuban army is good oflicers t
to exaniiplo and treinit'ol n
to'says the wha~le islanfd is 'n t'evol~
d concildes witlr a request that .4
my of Forrest's old escort comnpan
brought as soon as possible, giini
eetitns where to obtain funds at dit
eit points of embarkation, etc. -.Di
'fekto tbeAEvenks Telegraph.
Weir vtg PAitjuAes or tua LAs'
'onY Annor ?JIN Sra JOnN FRAwarL1i
wrT3 s E monRns-San Fhonci,..
ptember I8.--A party whose rehia
I tylis said to be vouichced for writes t
* .Bulletia from San Betena Ventur
Jp. it, the finder was requested
w'ard it to' thto Sodistaff "1 the Ad.
rality, Londoil or the British consu
tb6 nearest [goNt. The re g
ii16d fn sx coriml'foial la g a
ta AlI9h weih wrnting relating to 19
hn Wranklin and4 party,. the lost Art
explorers. '"Th4 8b6negstilas erl.
ntly east into the water n Jatitud
Ideg. S'7 min. 40 see., longitude 91
14 g~.s an' aceount.h
asha eErebLs arid?~ .'hJ
PEdtsa heudkXad Ave
s time of the heststoeb unftM".Qbe
t4dof F'i li. OrAEIOm'e Bhey sa
i6 the pasty wanta L lj ha
i contaoin ny, h
Mifis.-The 6$o,4 Slit ' the tai(
b050 r&Irs in. the Burg colfler' .9e0
all immediately killed by the. explosion. ell
proves incorrebt. In the n6te bo6kf ,
the miner Bahr the following enttyb to
been found: "This is the last ' taco th
where we have taken refuge. ' ave
given up all hope, because the ventila- -
tiou in the Segengottes shaft and- the '
Hoffnungs shaft his been destroyed in fa
three separate places. May Gud i tAke or
myself, and my relations and deer (
friends who must die with me, as well it
as our families, under his protection.- es
Ernat Bahr." fir
In the Hofliiungs shft, too, the fol. or
lowing words haeve beeti found: "Ja- ou
netz ied ; Richter left his family to tr
God" 1 4
And again: "Farewel, dear wife 1 no
faiewell, dear children I Mav God keep A
And lastly : "Farewell, deast wile bi
and children I I did not think is would bc
One of the name of Schimidt had pinned ra
the following words te breast the of h14 s
blouse: "My dear relations, while see- of
ing death before ie I remember you. M
Farbwell, till we moet again in 6ippi -e
ness. The rest I must leave to you. Jg
Between 9 and 10 o'clock." A
On the other side stood the words: 6
"Dear wife, take good care of Mary. In er
a book in the bed-room you will ind a
thaler. Farewell, aoar mother and sis
ters, till we meet again." a
All must have beeiI over about 16 i
o'clock in the morning. By far the be
greater part must have (lied suddenly. il
The great grave has been closed, as th
some time will probably elapse before sh
the rest are recovered, on account of the al
masses of earth that obstruct the way de
The rest will be buried a¶teoy. fa
The negro questionajs tho Unis. h
Ville Courier-Journal, will not cng t
give the Southern Statts agy serious hC
practical trouble. 1 the rgroes re- h
main where they art-, t hey w ill soon, by "
all the laws of nat-ure, pass inder the a
moral and pc!:, ial conirol of the white g
race, and, if they grv nwar, that will be '
the last of them. Whether they stay 4
or go, they will, in a few years, be very t
inconsiderable in numbers and next to o
nothing in influence. They are 'raidly t1
approaching extinction. 1Had their ears P
been prophetiu, they might have bentd 0
in the sound of fjincoln's proclanition,
the solemn undertone of a mighty death. go
The nomination for Goernor of Cul. th
Robinson. of t1.' Oreen Bay Advocef, bi
by the Wisconsin Democrats, recalli a in
god story of his early editorial caer, &
Boe the dys of rapid travel the CO' A
onel'Iset mut otn'busaifss jonirne'y East- U
r ward, leaving his paper in charge of his S
wife-a shrewd. lively, independent and fu
tnlented Ahode Island wonani, who had fr
been educatd in the strictest faith of
the Whigs. No sooner had her dorot. e
ed lord got well on his journey than she J1
changed the politics of the Advocate to bc
sut her own not ions, very much as John to
f Phonix did with Judge Ames' Sa' C
Diego Jerald, under like circumstances.
fEor three or four weeke, until, in those
days of 'Alow ti-avel, the aras husband T
and editor could get, back, the Democrat s
was the unblushing organ of the most
Sdownright WVhiiggory--B.fret to the ,$
amnazemeiit and then to the amusement it
of its Democratic readers, who had T
"'nse enough to takp a joker Sos. had se
tue C~olowe?, but hie neverhcadthe last gi
or his wife's editorial coup and probably m
never wil) at
A WVornTJ DYAUOHKn o? A FAR
assa---M4iss Nelle B--, a rosv chsek
cca, bright-oyed, dashing farmer'4 daugh
tebr,,Aivmg in Jndependlenee, Oakland
connty, Pa.,' lis not sour-ed her teiper 11
sighing over fancied wrongs, nor does
she bewail her sad esfate booanisel hat. a'
ring been born a woman shre cutmot aet
3 the part of a min.' When lbei-father's
thirty acres of grain, however, was
spolvobeen nd jtee weie new
to bd i bu~noonetwcrive the team,
she tied her N'ewport hat down und' r b
Sher chi, donnted heGr garden' gloyes,b
mounted the sent and droveund'wotked 1
the reaper over &i0'whole thirty. .acres. "
She comes, of a good sto k7 ber mouther 1
haviai heliped tb inl he rat grain
the county nearly thirty year.'
The Gaxue Mustate,- a Farib plhier, ~
ra rms that it has rxesitlee kinowledge
that A delina Patti Wargiuise de Caux) -s
Shat eterd ltat u writtew'reemde
Swith 8tscoch to o e to the,U~nited
-States on te ist of September,' i87I,
and to give during the ensnlngueight 5
r franqpin gol Shragosehw ayipg also .
Sthe expenses of the trip, and depositing
I with the Wiesre,. l~othisehild 5040
franca as seonirity that he wil cary ,
> his puty of iseongrad y i
1~t-.1 rhrthggl,, member, Qf Pare
>Bhaent or imearm. shvmaan a 'let.
m eoitn6r7, and, whlen we hwa #man
r more ctton that wo-wan an 1
i t o t
It o W manma1 U
S(8.0P) 'nae.apre s . of
)pb ibove and around" Newbenry,
.N s 4a Taggart, 'o Whkt
i,6, &eat advoeate. for barley
lnro, Me says he made 150 bush
1 on thr'e aoies of land. It is o
sat tali4eqjual tosoirn or better
iedstook, soaked or ground ; and
D bi*16y in the- Wintor or early
ring, growing on rich land, inakes
Ine pasture, or ay be out and fed
Ban*. h orley on well prepared
Ida is the most certain of all other
)ps. It is never injured by cold or
it or dry, or by rust., or,. mildew,
: qth.or gtaln. It zqakes , Itself
rliei'than any other drop, being the
st to comn.to the relief of the farm
wid )ikes p olenty ., rybody
ghi to 5Vitiva to barl4y n th ooin y
.4e a pbrt of their irop, but it is
se to. d9 so without ej06hing tho
id~.irgt, .hn it' will su oly ga.
rf g eg. Is his tb~l, ;ear for
i$b e to a; btrewf Col6:m
-.ito..be OQiarted:into lager
or. r.Tagirt uses the turning
d uobsoil plow freely in tha prepa.
tion of, his lands for various crops,
peoially for wheat and barley, and
course ranures freely with home
kde and also the commercial fortill.
re, and finds it profitable to do so.
e is not peculiar in thaeo respcits.
bbeville has many of the same sort
enlightenod and progressive plant
"LAND to' TIE LANDLEsS P'-It is
good suggestion, thrown out by that
rely and sensible paper, the Winns
ro Ntes, that the great party which
preparing to grapple with and over.
row Radical rule in South Carolina,
ould enter the contest with a bold
d eilioit avowal of its policy and
termination to provide in good
Ith and by legitimate means for the
nest and homeless poor, be they
aoks or whites, those homesteads,
e delusive promise of which has
retofore been so potent an element
success to the pack of knaves and
venturers who now control our State
vernaent. Such a policy, while it
uld t just and bene oial in itself,
)uld %t once rally to our support
ousands of voters in every section
the State, who are already more
an Opif inclined to side with the
rty of decency, honor and truth.
Judge Orris winning golden opin.
na by the diligence, discretion and
urtesy which marks his course on
e bench. After he had cleared the
ckuta of his-own mountain circuit,
*eont to the relief of Judge Vor.
n, who was overworked in the
iventh Cirouit, and hold court in
bbevillo, though the docket was un
ually heavy and the season oppres
rely warm, discharging his judicial
notions in a manner that elicited
om the Abbeville bar, through their
okesman General McGowan, an
rnest and feeling tribute of thanks.
idge Orr's next field of labor will
Newberry, where fie has consented
hold an extra term of court.
Cun&-Tu BATTL.E oF LAS TUNAs.
ie latest aecounts we have from the
at of war in Cuba, and which we
iblish in another column, speak as
ringly for the ultimate success of
S struggling patriots. The Las
unas battle proves to be far more
vere than was at first reported, and
io result different. Valmaseda comn.
anded the . 8paniards, an~d after a
ubborn ..entest of five houts wa
reed to give way before the courage,
itermination and skill of the Cubans
ader General Quesada. This- battle
s b'een one of the most impdrtant
ace the inauguration of the rebel
so, and the victory won, it is hoped,
agurs well for the dause of freedom
the island.-New York Herald.
We are afraid Mr, Chales Bilskene
0ihrt wuucquafuted with geogra
yof this country as to suppose that
'arvard University is within the
>unds of the late 0. 8. A., or else
IS tlihleast; bit atina 'a hi.
>oob at the banq~uet given the con
stants in the rate g reat bout race, on
uesday night at the- (Crstal Palace.
eferring to the Hlirvard Bojs, be is
rported to haeve deelaired that "neth..
ig .is aer Pemakable ia. tskene de,.
endants of our forefathers than the
vincible' determination *ith which.
mes of them fpug it agafid odds in
o t war, and the dauntle .spirit
6b whishb they aumtaie defen4."
Vaunt Frn's husbabd, #Tames Par
#a rt troj*b e6tts'to the
ew of lirs.
~owe's ia4roiA irk pon Lord
pron. NIiar -tropgest pint (what
e t6 etemy be b#.ted) is that
fylejse'quttdeos of taste and
repriety than heroritie
Arrady one nsotfiot 'a 'little
Ytf .tsenti~bett,i.6to ite.L-ex.
sulpy "U~prtnnujspyyT "!r 1psurancd in
Iporip p n~p ur n~tednd
John 066k, of Ndw Or'leans; Is ati fit
raot peddlet of toiiece,, knives a
pe, aid delfos "no inconside
Iraffio with-the laborets on the je
Ile is much addicted to' suioide;$'d I
He four previous attemp" , t" o"
lif enmbitteredi by the slng's aud4a
rows of outrageous fortune 6 h
ouccessively triod thyrih, i 01
Basin, hangitg, a a rusty razo
.one of them pr ing offiotent, Ii
:ongluded very roofntly to prove th
stupofying effets Ir taudanum. Bt
y somle queer mis ako, the druggis
n compouinding t narcotic,gave hil
nstead sweet a rits of ainmoni
he effot stantaneous. John
violent ithings were fearful. E
wad but tle to eat of late, but the
ittle too suddon disgust to his ston
lob, an was in haste to depar
Deathly sick and. faint, the horror i
ils deed pressed heavily on his 001
sioence. Ile prayed and cried f(
mercy. Loud and prolonged wei
John's wails of regret. They fluall
reached the carsof a polloeman, wi
ifter an hours inefoctual search, I
last found John securely hid betwee
two cotton bales.
'Got the cholera ' lie asked.
'What have you donc ' was ti
'0 Lord, 0 Lord !' oried John h<
ween the intervals of his violet
writhing, and paying no heed to h
'Why don't you say what's the ma
ter 1' asked the eocited official, conten
plating John with oyos that had b<
gun to protrudo with apprehiigion.
'Svallowed am-am-ammo-' r<
plied John, trying, ineffectually, t
The policeman, however, had caugl
i different uoaning, and with starin
Dyes and race-horso speed, lie statt
ror his chief.
With disordered huir, broathlef
ind wild with excitoinit, lie dashe
into the office of tho police chief.
'Why, wrhat's the matter ? deniani
ad the officer.
0 sir, there's a mn down here c
tho Levee says he's swallowed h
'It's a fact, sir ; and if you don
believe me, just go and see, for he
trying to fling Iheo r np tow 11
BUTLER ON THE BiltoN SUARDAL.
The Boston Journal, of the 26th ilt
has a long and elaborate review, b
11. F. Butler, of Mrs. Stowe's stat
ment of the Byron scandal. Goneri
Butler considers the ease in its legi
tepects, and In the light -of all t
evidence of contemporaneous facts,
the suppression of all documentar
evidence by the wife,,of the. extrao
inary manner In which this story
gi4en to the 'pablie, eonsidqis It m
aonetant withi "the human reason I
vonolude that the story of Lady 13
ron, if we have it correctly detaile
to us, was a doldsion or a mistak<
than that this horrible crime in tw
persons has been committed, and r<
mained unrevealed, efcept to a sole<
rew, until this day. Anything to
monstrous for General Butler's cot
3eption may well be set down as ii
Speaking of thorecent meeting
~rmy officers at Gettysburg, the I
IT. I/erald remarks:
For our part We think the 01
creeks were wise when they oete
bhat neither stoner nor canvass, n<
monumental trophy of any sort shoul
ever perpetuate the memory of thei
aivil wars. Such wars are like famn
ly rjuarrels, best forgotten.
F.1ustianm I In the first place, it wi
not a civil war. It was a section:
war, between races as distinct as tl
Chinese and the French. Ashamed
We ashamed I Forget ? Never I Fo
get ,Tackson, A lbert.Sidney Johnstoi
Ashby, Stuart? Teach .our -ohlldr4
to disbelieve in the American Rev
lution and to unlearn the lesson
glory wbhc.the~ dlar~yrs of .6J4
ow#n'o ebviotibns he 'was drawnf in
the rebellion. .This .is the story
thousands who were drawn off \ln
that wild and insane stampede..
1teoekinridge, however, Is one of the
whio dmits that the Southern co
federaoy is "a lost cause," and Lh
"the Union as It was". befeoethe. d
lege is among the tbfngs lost with t1
Southern cohfoderhcy at the A pp
inattox apple ,tree. There is Atll
hopefor~suoh men to.rise agaip
"the Union as it Ib."-New York H
You white-trash for outside wo
tarce of good quick limo hnalf~ ash
0lake In the usual inapnet, and p<
one pound of commuon salt, half
poand of sulphate of vine (white vi
ro1,) and sone gallon of.- sweet miu
The salt and the white vitrol shon
be~ diesolved before they are adge
when the whoele sh'peld its tiforo'ugh
mixed with suf~oient, water to gi
he6 propel' consistonoy. . Tihe .soon
the tisItage Iipoti ap i ed t? be
o4~bv '.,I a .aft with th
Wha a olume of tWndet ai
es We yia
A PURELY BOUTHARN INSTTMON .
is$ett b - - $500,00.0
der. Jbirm 0 #11610*1W President.
Gen. A. II. CoQoIrrT, Viet-President.
W. C. Motnts, Seoretary,
I SSUES every deeirabte torw of pblloy 'on
I the hMost ad vautgeous terms..
Its pri ncipal-buslnoess is with tlied duith.
Itre 1trtes, aumd to them It appeals for fthis
It has' ample meant& o' falI' o r't6de poli
y holders- and pay all' osses
Rates of prismin-mii low, and the gtoacds&
acility in payments allowed.
All its polioleir are ion-forfelting'..
Its Board of Directors are woll knftwdfo'
)e able finanoiers and moi. bi Ihe .atridtess
Keep your money at home.
440 policies accured in Soutil' Caroi'ut
ince 10th of' February.
lieferencea in 8outh Caratihiiu
Col. Win. Johliston, Pres't C. & S. C.VA,
)oil. Wado Hampton, Gen. John S. Pretoni,
'olnumbia, S. C.; Gen. J. 1). Kerslaiw, Cam,
len, S. C.; John Fraser & t'o.. Charilteston,
C C.; Rev. John A. Broadus. Greenville, S.
3.: Gen. S. MieGowni, Abbeville, S. C .1.
3. McCants, J. 11. Rion, Winnaborn, S. C,
W. 1. DWIG ilT,
Agent, Winiboro, S. C.
J. I. MILLER
20'7 Broad St., Augusta, Ua.
Money Saved is Money Made.
RENCII C'ALlF and Kip Skins. Amerieni,
nd English Ilenloak Folo Leather, a
otmplete asso-tment of Shoo I-indigs amid
You canl invo money by buying your
loots and Shoes from
JOHIN AlcINTYRE & CO.
I'IE undermigned having attached to his
Confectionary and Fruit Establislhment.
ind opened for the Summer it Fnloon, will
lorve up every Iny choice leo Crenin nnd
sparkling Sodr Water, and hopes often to
ieo his friends andI pat'ons. Families fur
iisheid with Ice Cream upon short notice.
may20 I. W. OLILEVER.
DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY.
1 AVE just received a fine lot of Cooking
Stoves, Which I will sell at prices.
haf 6Vr as offered in this or any o01
dlarket in the South, having received nit
agontcf in this !ine of business, with in
Itritions to sl quick with small profits,
irWll be able to do so without any risk oi
ny part. If the people want a good Cook.
ng Stove, and one that will be warranted
o give satisfaction, call soon on the un.
lersignedh, one door below Bacot & Co.,
Yhere I will be ready to accommodate cus
omers. C. L. REFO, Agt.
N. 11. I will put up 9ny Stove bought
rom me, without extra charge, provided
mrites buying, will furnish conveyances,
o any part of tihe 'own of Winnsboro, or
,ounty of Fairfield. C. L.Iy.
5BAIRELS fine N. C. Whiekcy,
tonsisting of Pure Corn, Pure Rye,
ERetifted Corn and~ Reotified Rye,
man both .yery flue.
Retail Liquor Dcalorn, particularly
~hose doing business in the oountry,
3an purchase their Whiskies of me
towter thVanany place North or S'outh:,
as they buy It in first hands.
* CALL AND SEE.
Agt. "Old North State Distillery."
OOTTO] W TIE!E
E A R D'S PATENT LOCK TIES, unaur.
ipassed by any Tie yet manufactured.
P~or nes:.ness, strength and durability, this
ne has no equl.' Having sold thern for the
mest three years, we feel that we ean cor -
liatly recomniqnd tihem to all Planters nat
he art 10 e t want. Fer male by
CEDO~'I.JtVI-JIA S & CO.,
&4sI Kl'aOtor5, Chlarleston, S. C.
P. ?. TOALfl
Charlesten, 8, C., Manufacturer of
DOORJ, SASH, BLINDS.
1% I' LildST ND MOST
COPB ai~lYi h Sout h
i#f Stat s, aod keepn a e on hand a
argn an moanmpo't1k of DOORS,
DAofl,1hIIBr.h e,,, Store
Doeors, Ahutterg, M6odlngd4 &d &.; I am
Inabledh to' sell low ##4 at. apnufaeturers'
ErFW.Nxryfanf~hy Fiesr and Olear Bibbed
Sildes, low for the ah.
aug 8 THIOMPSOY & WOODWVARD. I
I&W TO tB8137'I YOUi PAM I
AND SAVE MONEIY!
BUY YOUR GROCERIES
JOHN flNMYRE & Co.
W 1(0 have the hirgest and finest assort.
XV mont of Grocerles they have ever be
t fore offered, and as cheap as can be bought
t, itnywhere. -
BesLdes to suit tho 'Wante of the eoAntry
gtftet'ttlTg, lidy ai'o pletistd 11 )fret it vepyi
excollout stock of Boots, Shoes, llard*arn,
U Dry (Goods and Clothing.
c Our goods are numerous, well' ecleeted,
t fresh, have bean bought for Cash, atul will
. bo sold at small advances for Cash.
French toandics, Cocoanut Crenm,
1 t HKndersigned having withdrawn from
.Theo firm of J. v. McCARLEY & CO.,
Yat Lotglown, has purchased: the entire
o stock of Oroceties, Wines and Liquors of
L J. 1). MoCarley, at. Winnsboro, where he
will keep at the OLD STAiND, a complete
lie inviles his country as well as (own
friends to give him a call, as lie is sttro he
can mako it to their advantage t6 do to.
R. J. MeCARLEY.
. FOR SALE,
o ll ent-ire stock of the TANYAR) al
The Tannery may-be leased for a number
d of yars. A splendid investment for a
capital of FIVlR TJJOUSDANII DOt
- 4RS, JNO. P. MATTIEWS, Jr.
i Fall and Winter Importation.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO,
237 & 239 Baltimore Street,
I MPonfTFnS AND Jon4VEft oP
1i onnel and Trimming Ribbons, Velvet and
it Sash Ribbons, lBonnet Bilks, Satins and
0 Velvets, illusIons, Blonds, [.aces, tuch
es, Neits and Crapes, French Flowers
and Feathers, Straw Bonnels and
Ladios' lials. trimmed and un.
trimmed, Silk, Velvet and
Is fe) Doineis and flats, Sun
e downs and Shaker floods.
The largest Stock of Millinery Goods in I
is Country, and unequtriled in choice
' variety, which we offer at prices that *111
d lefy competition.
0 aug 19-1m*
it NORTH AMERICA
- LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Du0OSi !W1LESTOY, Agent,
[*.ramine the superior inducements offered.
rushed every Saturday, at
d OI[ARJESTON S. c.
r 3000 CIRCULATED WEEKLY
-* In the city, country,. on railroads, stnam
bots, eto. Mi Liberal contracts made
LS with adlvertisers.
F. E. DUR1Blh' & 6
Key 13ex 520, Charlest on, 8. C.
0 sept 18
- HOdTOR ELDEbR'S
HE pi subscriber respect fully announces
I that he has returned withi a full sirook
of GIroceries, Dry Goods, Boots. Shoes, Mil.
ra linery Gloods, &e., which he will sell at his
usual low prices.
U fis Millinery Department, will he under
bt the nanagemnent of his sIster, Mirs. Shaw,
to wh~o, with competent assistants, will endea,
of vor to give satisfaction and keep up with
othe fasht ens.
His'u lnserprssedLabo6.saving Mlachines,
such as Clothes W. shers, Churns, Dough
e-Kneaders, &q.. Logether with his. usual
18geive close att ent ion. wl e
0- Everything warranted as represented or
a taken back.3 Call and 660 ror yourself.
in Jne 4 ..F. 1ELDEn.
REEDfER & D~AVIS,
rk ~Cottor32 '6eactom.*
ii, ' ANDI
General Cimission lifretatM,
t fDGE s OlTH WHAitF,
d Clusignpredte Respeclfoily Bolicited
y; oswaLr n'asnsa. X:ttxx.nitra
.aug 2 a. __
std14ldIteel fromn New
T , Y rk &i P trE4%d dieppltt as
dsortment of ooeeries,.U4w1egwa e
a .Consi8ting in PayL~
chat *i townat 24