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OL. II.1 WINNSBORO, S. (C., WED 1ESPA Y MOfNING, MAY 18T..
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The Laws of Souih Carolina.
Acta a id Joint Resolutions Passed by
the General A the Session
ILN ACT To ENCOURAOE AND PROV1DE
FOR THM INCORPORATION OF AGltI
CULTURAI. AND MECIANICAL SOCIK'
TIES AND AASf*CAA,'otid%,. 1on 'TiN
PROMOTION O' TUE AS.T3 AND
Be it enacted by the Senat9. an,d
House of Representatives,14 tiLtttio
of South (.rolinb', V4'net.- and it
ting in General Asemnby, and by the
authority of the same :
Section 1. That seven or more per
isons within this State, having associa
ted themselves by qgro-qme'at,- id -writ
ing, for the p'romotion of Agrie.uItul-,
mechanies and other indlustry unI
ingenuity, and for the encouragemrit
,of the arts and sciences, or for any'pf
-khese purposes, under noy name by
,them assumed, and upon complying
with the provisions of this act, shall,
with their suocessorp, be deemed a
body politic and corporate,
Section 2. The purppocs ft such
corporation, and the place where it is
,established and locoted, bhall be di's-.
tinctly specified in it-i articlest of asso-.
ciation, which articles, and all amun4
'meuts thereto, shall be record'od in
the office of the register of m'esno con
veyances for the county wherein such
plane is situated, and such corpos ation
s.hall appropriate its funds to no other
Section 3. Such c rporation halt
have perpetual sucoes.-ijn of vfficers
,and members, and a common sea:.,
with power to change, alter, break and
hn-ake new the same, as often as it shall
judge expediout, and it hall be c.,pa
ble i-n law:to purchase, have, hold,
receive, enjoy, possess and retain to
'tself and its successors and assigns,
,in perpetuity, reAd oi personal estate,
or both, whether accruing to the same
by gift, purchase, devise or convey.
ance, not. exceeding in value on'e hun.
dred thousand dollars ; and the same,
or, any port thereof, to sell, alien, do
vise or exchange). whenever such cor
poration may ecemn proper. .
1, Section 4. Suoh. .corporation shall
he. liable and capable to sue- nd bo
suedy- inplead and be inploAdl, in
inyof the courts of this State of ap
propriate jurisdiction ; but no si-k,
holderiin stuph corporatiou shall Be
liable for.'any othe debts or libji
ties of such corporation heyornd the
omount of his share or shares there
in. - .. . .
Section -54. Such oorporatioxv sl1t
be competent to-- tuake nil atu-h 1-y.
laws and rules for its governmuent anI
operations as:may from time to time
B-ddeaod necessary, not 19puguant
to the..laws of the land : Provided,
that the same are -made by such msa
jority or quorum as may, by the laws
of suoh corporation, -boi d~eldred comn
potent to make the sme. .,
oSection 6. 8uch corpor,ation ynny
..old. fasirs and exhibitio-ns, .at: stated
or occasional periods, and:Imay estab
lish regulatinnos for !the ' preservation
of good n'der at such fairsor- exshibi
tions consabtent with the laws of the
Aj r6ted February 26, A. D.
,AN ACT TO AnnROGATE. AND SINK ALL
THAT PORTION 01F THIE'nIntoF TIII'
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA INoURRED
IN AID OF TH E LATE ' naBELLIoN
Whereas .-airticle fourteen, in
Sm endmoent of the constitutiont of; bs
Uited 8tates, in section fder. fcereof,
4:pong other things, enjoins,- that
so~ithe.r., the United States, nor any
State, sha asuio ay any debt
op.&1ligat.io-ainur~orein aid of insur
reatioti. or rebellion agamast the United
8tatus,;gr- any claim for ,tho~ Los, oGr
* emnancipation of any slav.ebut all such
* debts, obligations and blaims shAll be
hold illegatl and void ; and wherees
the Oonstitution of the State.of Sou&Ih
Carolina, in article nine,.. section .a(x
jteen, enjoins that no debt oontiacted
b~y this 8tate in behalf of the .lae re
hel)on, in whole or in part, shaall ever
' be iasid ; therefore,
l1o.it ,stpoted by the Senate and
< No~rnse of Represent.'tives of the State
of Quta Carolina, now met and sitting
in.eneral Aseubly, and by tlie au
thority of the eame n .o.
S ection 1. That all of the ?ndebt
edness as4 Qbligations whatsoever of
th~e State:.of South Carolius, comaiog
sfithin the comlattutional frohilbitions
aforesaid, as oontracted, ci incorred in
aid of the said rebellion, or which are
eovrered or described by or under such
pXehibitionh, or either of thenji, anti
alt~authority for incurring ora~uming
such indebtedness or obligations on
the part of the said State,e tare, all
an snolra erb abroga.ted and
absolutely null and void.
Se-tion 2. All such -.idebtede'sY
atnd obligati,,ns of lie' State. as arc
ment ned in the next preceding see
tion haill be imwedietoly dropped
and excludedfrom the debt of thi
State, and .'hall never be reokoned
with nor dri any 'part of the sane.
Section 'C.. Whoevert shall violate
thb., A'*t shail, ohj convict'! ), be pain.
i6hed by a fine of one thousanhi dol:trs,
or by in'pison.inent in tho l'eniten.
tiary'for'one 'year, or by :both such
fino anad ip.risonnient at the diecio
tion of the cotrt.
Sect ion 4. 'lhis act shall take effect
p)i its paa.si00.
" IA pproved February 27, A. D.
AN ACT..To AMEND SECTION SEVENTH
q(7) C'fIAPTERi ONE JNDRED AND
FOURTH, (104) OF TITLE ONE, (1,)
PART THIRD, (3,) OF TiE GICNEHAI.
Ite itenaqted by the Senate and
louse of repir'eentatives'of the State
,of South Carolina now met and sit
ting in G neral .\sembly, and by the
authority of the same:
That .cc-ion seventh, (7,) chapter
one hundred and fourthi, (10d,) of title
,)one) () of pait third (1) of the gene.
-ral-statutes be arinded so as to read
as13 follows : Thei sheriff of Richiand
county shall attend every sesiion of
th4 Supreme Court, to perfobrm oflioiihl
services ai sbitche sai! c-urt ehall be
required, andhe shall be allowed,
and paid therefor at the rate of five
d6Hlars-per day. The c!erk of the
said court shall give a bond, in the
sum of three thousand dollars, to be
approved by the obief justice thl'reof,
fv,r ,the fai hfhilL perfdithaica., of th'e
duties,. lie einufter devolving upon
hini. - It shall be the duty of said
clerk to provide for said court neces
sary furniture, printing, blanks books,
stataticneiy lfuel and lights ; and the
accounts an vouchers for all afore.
said expenditultes and servic6 shall
be certified to under bath, by said
clerk, approved by the '.hief jus~ice,
audited by the comptroller-gener-0A,
and paid by the trenaurer of tire Stato
out of any funds not otherwise p.T
Approved February 27, A. D.
AN ACT TO AMEND SPCTIONS NINETEEN
AND TIli.TY-TIIRE ;OF CHAPTER
Xvli. OF TITLE V.I. OF TIl. ACT EN
TiTI.ED "AN ACT FOR IEV!sING AND
CONSoIDATING THE Co .RKHAL STAT
UTE% OF TIl ST 1rK:," RE.LATING TO
THU. n--UNDMAnIK OV LANCA:TER AND
u it eacted by the Senate a'nd
Hlouse <. Re eseimat.iv.es. of the
State of South 'Urofina, now met and
s-etting in General A.-eibly, and by
the authoriiy of the same :
-! Swetion 1. Th:it sect ion nineteen
(19) of Chapter X Vlli. of title VI.
6il Ihe act entitled "an aet for revis
ing and consolidating the general
statulte of the State be, aid the same
is herehy, ame nded by adding after
0he w:erds.. ''Cit-awbi. river," in the
neoi.Id iet., the words "and Big Su
gar ectek, f.om where it enters into
Smet ion 2. That setiontbirty-three
(33) of said act be huiended by strik.
ing. out the wor'dr. "from which -it is
ae'parated by the Catnwba tiver," in
the last line-; so that,. the seetion
will end with the words "North
Carolipa line. , -
SA pproved Febr uary 27, A . D.
.AN A CT TO PnCvfInl POR TiiEjti.nUIIN
QUISHIMENT TO in ONrjE'iJD8'rATES,
IN C1:RTAIN CAEtC, OF' TITI.1i TO
LANDS Flt blTES OF .IUInT 8STATI0NS
OF TIlE COASTS A ND WATIEDS OF Tis
.lie it ennoted by the Senato'and
flodaa ef R'preseintatives'of the State
of Southl;Uarohind, now met anid site
ting in Genera-l Assemnbly, and by the
authority of the same : "a
Sect ion 1. That. uhenever it.hal
b mnade to-appear to any one of the
Circuit Courts of this State, upon sthe
application of any aut horiized'ageit
of the United States, that thoesaid
United States are desirous of prcrhas,
ing any tract of land, and the right
of way thereto, within the limits of
thils State, for the erect ion of a light
house, beacon light., rAnge light,
bu'y depot, or other buildings need
ed for. light house purpose;, and the
owner-or owneri of -sai-d land are uD.
known, non-residento or -mnors, or
from any other esad are incapable of
makhing a perfeet title to Psaidllanda,
or in case -tho.aid owners, heir.g rei
dent, and eapablo of conve5 ing, shiall,
from, ..disogroeement& in price, or any
other cause whatever, refuse to eon
vey mrid lands to the United States,
it shall be the-duty of the judge of
the Distric.~tru4 in which thbe lands
so des iteddef, b9. purchased are
situa'ted to order notioo'of the said
applicationi t~o be publishied in some
niewspapet nenarest. to whbre said landi
ZIe, lklsoou onernwspaper pttblished
in the city of (Xolumbia, once in each
week, for the apace of four rmonths,
Iwhich notice shall contain an aeouratd
description of the saiid lands, together
Iwith the names of the owners, or
supposed owners, and shall require
1al1 persons interested in the saidlad
to om fotward. on a day to be snool.
fled in said notioo,'and file their objeo.
Stiotns, if atlythey ihouldhava, to the
proposed puro'haed; ana't' the samS
time specified in said notice, it shall be
the duty of the said District Court to,
ompaunel a jury, in the manner now
provided by law, to assess the value
of said landq at, their fair market value
aid, all-danaged- sustaini-d by the
"ownWr'f the landd so appropriated;
by 11easou of such appropriation, which
a'mount, when so awsessed, together
with the entire costs of said proceed
ing4, shall be p .id into the county
treasury of said county in which said
proceedings are bad 6 ail therupon'
the sher'IF of:tU-e said county, upon
tbe prodhoition of the cortificate of
the treasuror of said county that the
said amount has been paid, shall eke.
cute to the United States, and d4iedr
to their a-Ihorized agent,' deed of
the said, Jandij teoiling the proceed.
ingfs in said cause, which said deed
shall convey to the United States a
good and absolute title to the istid
lunds against all pe'sons what o.
Sew ion 2. That the money so paid
into the county treasury shall there
remain, until ordered to be paid out
by a court of competent jurisdiction.
Section 8 It shall be the duty of
the judge directing the money to. b'e
paid to a' countystreasote9. in 'accor.
d 1ace with the proceedings of this not,
to require of such treasurer a bond
in double the amount of money or
dered to be paid by him, with two or
iniore sufficiont suretsies, to be approv
eb by eaid judge. - Said bonds shall
be payable -to the people of the State
of South CA-rolina, for thp usp aud
beneft -of tuo!h psria '-severally, ias
are entftld tW said money.' Said
bonds ah.sll bh executed and approv
ed tind tiled with the clerk of said
court blore receiving said money.
Section 4. In all case. o'f publica
tiun of notice udder this act the dourt
tliall require tbo same prLf as 'in
case ot' publication' of notieo
under the civil practice of this
Section 5. That the joirisdidtion of
the State of Suth Carolina 'is
hereby ceded' -to '.the Unifted
States of A merioa over so much
land as may be contyed to
'aid lUited StUtes in the 'faegoing
sp.=eilied - manner for light housme pur
poses : Providijd .That 'snoh'juii i'
diction is granted upun the express
condi ition that the State of South
Ca rulina shall "retain - a .po iseureAt
jurisdictviu with the Unitdd tates in
and over said lands, so far as that
civil p'ocess, inlill cases nct effoting
the reas-or perional property of tle
United States, aid anch criminal or
other process as shall i6sue under the
authority of the State of South.Caro.
line,. :ogainst any person '' pr'dons
cbarged'w\vith crinles or mizdemeanois
committed - within or without the
limits of the said lands, may be exe
euted theirein, in1tthe sano way and
manner'as if no juriadictiog had been
hereiv ced'ed. -
Section 0.. That all the lands and
tentihetits wlhioh hiny be granted as
aforesaid to the United State. shall
be and continue, b lon'g ab 'the same
shall be used for the purposes in this
net mentioned, exoberated and- dis.
charged from all taxes and assessnient
and other cbarges whtoh triay be ims
posed under dbe Authority of the
Sta te of South Carcslia.
- A pproved January 18, A. D
S North Carolina News. ..
*William F. Davidson was elected
mayor of Charlotte, on M~onday.
TVhe newsspse convention meets lh
IGoldsltoro a weekfron -to..day. I
' The survey of the WVilsort and Tar
River Rai lroad has been .ompleted.
SThe postoffice at Ilethany Chuich,
Iredell county, has bten discontinued,
SMr. Joseph . i~erck; 'h hinha
been fillitug an ea'gegomcnt with the
Ole Bll troupe during tho past win
ter, was in W ilmington Monday.
. Oofnk for film,..
Col. Ilen derson, w hose .oflo'e"ad ads
sessor of the 6,hi distriot terminates
this -month, lhas taken off his gloves
and is going for Long Perry in dead
earnstM.- As the aoffices are getting
scarce now in tllbome parts, the "loy al''
barten't got neuch use for carpet.bag"
gers,and if ]hlly's friends suobeeds
the man from Mlaine will go. by thi
board. The dovotionvof these loyal
folloiwors of the Galena Tanner ,for
the spotis lays ini the shurd e ' tho tieiJ
.'roi'anec of a starved hog on a corn
tril. . n .
We want to see thi, fight go -on,
and woul'I pay more for a front eeat
than for a season ticket to John lob in
son's circus.-GOruensboro Pdrfof.
"8Seo here, Jim Brown, did you
ever say that' my father hadn't. as
mfteh sense as 8um Smsittia yaller
"dog I". 'N, h evel- mait no soon
thing. I said that Sam.8mile yal
her dog had no mots oeensq'thaio 4gon
father ever .had-and '1h t'#.eery
word 1 said." "WVell, ites oky you
didn't 'say the other thing, I tell
y ou In
IThe Demoeratsptf Indianapolis have
elected their Macor.
[From the Ohronlol and Soutinii 1
. Winsbro,- 1:
In the Spring timio, la 'Ia' perfect
delight. It is a growing town, and
doeaconsoiderable b.usiiss with your
city. I ohanced to find the Grand
Lodge of Good Templars in session
here, and had the pleasure, oil the
eveninig of..the 28d inse ,.f ,'llistei'ilng
to two eloquent' addresses on 0'm
perance by Rev. Messrs. Calisle and
Thoe order is receiving numbera of
recruits, and doing much good in dif
fereut, sections of the State. Sucess
to it in its grioat wisiou I
Quito an irterest has been croited
in this and adjoining counties in the
sybjeot ofifruit culture. I met here a
gentlemen who is atravelling In the
ioterest of a 'cortaip Virginia nursery.
He told me that farmoro are eagerly,
giving orders for various varieties o.,
peach, apples and pear trees, grapes,
et.,Ito., be-d-elivered' next Fall.
r et far a large nunber of these
were sold in Richland, Lexington,
Aiken and Barnwell counties.
It occurs to me that fariners have
acted wisely in having determined to
give special ftteution to fruit culture.
Judicioffslyf6llewed, it 'must prove
But very little attention is being
giving to the cereals and grassep. I
am iifort.ed that the farmers are
planting,'or *havo planted,, three-:
tourths cotton this year. T'lidy are
using, fertilizers liberilly. 'Indedd,
the.-upply is inadeguate to the dc.
Here'I fha d the pleasure of taking,
by the baud
AN OLD FRIEND
'Of the Chronicle and Sentinel. I
refer to Col. Brown, mine host. N'i
dealt with me as with alt' *ho come
%inder his roof-makig oiie at home,
anticipating and wiui~tering to one's
The Colonel is-fanilliar ' with the
early history df Auguba and flam.
bug, in which latter plac.?, by strice
attoution to business, lie .sid the
foudaition of a fortutne, whlah'1 a'Tai I
tho' war todk fron bi3J. ' ut, like'
a sigacious tinar.. he star,s tale in the t
face, coifi.idntt that the heart will be
easy if it is in the right placo.
To be sut e, one of tha raul'na' the
(ulotiel i, so cheerful is, lie is 'a coni
sh-uit re;.der of the Chioiicle and
MOUNT rION INSTITT1f.
r 'fir.t knw thii- subi'ol when I y
bel-od i- nil i,ow l: non'evd frienud,
. ii- s \l. l-arrow, was P. incipal. We
1.10 ,f'nii t al1kid of and corie.spindei
oi I hie :ubje.c t oftliIW neebol hiua e,
wiv'01 ik n1ow n'rdjco-'lete. .Mr.
Famrw w:. i a i-il studeit. t he' sil i
of hi'o r, ititelleot,.ull:y brillian t, ail
'A iti-al amubit ioiu- 11'1 bitiOus of st.'Ling
his State in the trnining of th.se ilf
her .youIh oouitti ned toin in Ca. 116
loiked forward ui i.'l igtht nit Xiia,
tious to the d.,y whoa Io v. til! en(ter
the new edifltee, lind ing it r:i :' i:
it's appoinltmletllts., Iu! heI w..I 1 d]
to a fat better, brighte'r, bappiIr f : d.
I do not doubt that 1o is with 't!?e.
good peoplo who preeded L.i:n foi
1ligrog)C. in ffonit -of th e buibl ig
referred to, standh-a mioanuet. er~yOL.
ed in 1851 or 1852 -to the meouiy of
Jae~is Wilson Hudson (hbe f'irust Pin-i
bIparl, I believe, of the institute,)' by
the Mlount Zion Society, D..Kalb
ljodge, 'I. 0. 0. Fi., W innsheuo
Dio'dg A. F. MI., and hais piapilb ated
ftin a. as a tribute to hi: wourth and
usefu Ingess. ..'
I1 need not, J trteAt 'say, that T looke.l
iipon tlhdb mndbume'~nt wvith feelfougs of
imelanicholy' 'pleaiure, rcog'niziueg in
it a dese'rve'd opprecihtion of one
whose good' worlk live aifter him.
I trust t'hat the former pupils of
that ,devotcd yopo.g teduber-M'i.
Flai4 vw-will' t once cab'i~o' to be
erected a similar' ushofiut to hisu
memory. -They will honor 'themnselIves'
b~y paying tich' a'tribute t'o one whomt
they loved said who sioed iscb it*'
go man in" it henartfelt' app~reition
aind sealonig disohargo eft drity.
' PROF. CLAHKI(dN,
A gentleman fully equal to any and
every duty and emergency that any
arise, Is at f~resent in charge of t)/e
iitiitute ils mnners' Id ono ime~
girob a'd will in~ire hiink a fiin 'eoholj
dnd his 'experienc will' enabfo All '
to keep the grade' of del'llat'shi7 tp t
that-kbigh point t'o c'ich :t wu car
ried by hisi p.recdesspors.
IR- ranse 'ink 'Pt rnurv:.
Some' hiold'thbat nmen sthould reachd,'
~nosapecoial commeiindation for a faith.
ful ~performanco of duty. My view
is thbat there is an. exact and inexact
manner of wo'n pi g' tWih tiioiso re.
duaty fully' chtolftfhly, dpen4hennat'd
.ly,.not 6ioi~hety and therefore, frees
.inglys praisp is comely.
SCaIuer in point of the exact manner,
[ 'foqod i, Conductors Clarkson abd
Iveyte'f..'thAI. 0 . & A. R. 1R.;
-BrownIdg4~Ipuet, and Kennedy, of
the 8. tG. R. B1., oh twbcose reAspeotivt
trains Ihnaderther trip 'described t in
this and preeding lettem'. More
anon. . . Lona..
--The greater part of Trenton, La.,
The laest from Son Salnvador.
ThIme e3an Satyador', *ernment Bill.
leti of the 24th-of Mulch gives the
Against all expectations the enpit J
of the republio hs beeu 'ruiobd by
tie viole.e. of an earthe-iake
which happenod at 2 A. M. of the
19th M eh last. Shocks were felt on
the 4,h of the ame mnnth, . but as
th'ey grad ually (i liited in force and
frequeu-'y, thelnhiabitants began again
to occupy their housjes, and confi.
dence.'*ait rdsto'red. 0:r th'e 19th, at
th tni'e time of the morning, slight
rchocks were again felt, which renewed
the feelings of alarm in th1e popula.
tion. The third shook was so pro
longed- and vlotont that it lqt the
aitu in ruins. At' tie fa??io time a
aro broke out in the piam of the
house of Don Manuel Trigueros, but
was soon extinguished by the activity
f. theluthbtities.,, The fire-engine
lid good service. Patrols were sta.
tioned in the different streets, and the
irisoners in the jAil reonoved to aU1
>ther placp. The victims, according
o this o0e6oapiiriodical, were not
uore than ten, whieb, considering the
*opulation of the city, was a matter
or congratulation. The sun on the
9th shone through the cloud of d ust
nd gloom that hung over the city.
eople took heart and began actively
o remove their goods in t-uch vehicles
s could , be obtained. Ou the 2-1 h1
ra diuility and confldence wis re
torod, and sensible persons trace the
fisfortune to the operation3 of a natu
ad law which was intended for the
nefit of the race.
Condensed News. . t
The Edifaries of postmasters are to
)>readjusted on July 1.
Ohio will hold a State Subbath r
ohool convention at-Akron July 11.
Lectures on John Knox and Mary (
3tewart aro the nev and sensa'ional
nuements of Daltinore. I
A Belle Plaine, Kinsas man, kill.
d sixty-fvc buffilos in twelve days
Our pi-eentilndian population, rx.
lusive of the 70,000 Alaskai native, a
'umber as closely as can be estimu- a
The roof of Wjesninister Ae-;
it London, tWheni reCently i-xamin A
s to it soundre.s, was found to be
-erfoct. It is of enimut, and has a
loed f9r eight cenitumis. a
Josehine Mnn.feld hrs engaged a
ow ' in the Amediedn Eplisvopail b
A.rob in Paris. She goes to hiurch a
iedls sunida'y, and, it is stated,bulca
er heaid inubej jirayer hook with all
he-. de votio:: (if !-. b';aiut. .
An Iowa girl being' sA:ed 'wh.. t
o in of death the 1revfe' red, e
narked that if Ahe nust die, she pre. o
ei red to be snmoth.red-with kiss. i!
. 'Tragedy RtO1rpagebtrg. j
L-.it everinig n.']icharged sold e-,
t omt the cotaminuat d of Captain Gal.
giher, tatiolod at thiis place, while
mnder the influence of liquor met
'aptain Gallagh .r on the stroet, slap.
edf him on the :haok * In M" fpin'ilitir
nmaiiner,% yingf that hime3 hi :mself Fit
oo4d s c.'y" body anid asked him to
alth'a d rink. Tihia the capta in re
ased to dlo, and was expre~ssing lius
ndignation at the soldjiem ' ftaili r i
y, when the la'ter ilapped him in
'he face. Capt ain Gallamghor wemt
mmedidtelf to'his -pai Ire andl, arnm
:i 'hiaself wit h a pistol, went in a
tarch'of hi.4 assailant, ie soon found "'
fic soldier and alhot him on sight, kill-.
ng~ himt ios~taatly., CJaplain~ tLgltagby~j
ns promptly arreated and is n.,w
o'aored in jail.-Tlegprm I the Neww
- Lhctrary'Antedoete -
"re ybu fondl of 'Hlogg's Tale,' '
aild a blue' stockin~ lady to a W est.
in farmier. '- -
imYes mnadlam. ilike Ueg'a tai'la
~ith plenty of satton them," was thea
iountryman's rebly. ,. ii
" iBtut you misunderstand me," hibd
-oplioml, "I tr.ean .have you reid
" Nom,'" said '~ti'hmkit ; 'r lhogs
ir wbitedt blaok, anid I don't think
*iere is a redl ede among thp."
,Cot ton is comtig into 0olumbu,
M.;:Trgely in excess of the corres. 0
oocdi?.g weeks of last year. If this
a continued, the total for the season
,t (olttubus will be nome 58,0(1
ean Iaioreusp of 18,000 over 1871
Five enr loads of troops have psas.
:d. through St. Louis on the way to
ehlt the Modos.
* F ashtbn As rarely -useful. It scornse
ilitty. fleat and'Weir~itbe liaic
luosely dowf the back fr d6b# 'ig
out just as Bly time begies to dawn.
The life of a beobolor Is de'wibed
to be a splendid breakfast, a tolera
ble dinner and, a .most sniserable
Ekouse me madam, but I would
like to know why you look at me so
savagely 1 Ous beg pardon, sir, I
took ion for my khand
The Confetieratc Flog.
'The hearts of tht. loyal thieves ol
4outh Carolina-nativi and alien
;re stirred to their deepest depths by
in incident in the recent election coh
ei~t hetween .he tWwus 'of Irnwell
nd Ulc0'v ile. The election wav
iold in accorddneo with ain dot of tllo
Legislature, to determine which towti
ihould be the capital or county site
if 3arnwtell county. After a severe
Itruggle, llarnwell camuo off victo
iout by a maijol ity of' less than ifty
-otes. After the result of the oleo
ion became known, the people of
larnwoll made a noisy celebration oI
heir triumph, anri horns iere blow,
nd obeers 5were given, and bant:er,
(ung upon the broczo in the ustal
leci ion style. Wit some parti.an of
ho defeated Ilackville set aftlant a
orrible runtor to iho eff'ot that"the
iends of Parnwell' paraded' the
troets with wagons from which float
d Confederate fl ag."
"The intelliget.ce was duly for.
rarded to Colu.mbia,.and the neaws of
his erownink rebel outrage bloned
o the world. The scalawags and
arpet buggers howled piteously, and
he loyal organ commented upon the
ceurrence "ill stik, langunago as such
n unnViNq and.impudent net mnerit.
!d." After all these pattiotic cries
Ild all of this euperloyal indignation
t now appears that tbe owier of the
ragon from which ' thme Coinfderate
ag floated was a Lepublican ullace
older, that the driver was a colore
epublican and former slave. There
i also s'ome doubt as to, wibthe it
-as a (onfeder.'. banmedi 'or the
'ronlh tri oolor whilt 1onted up .
he breeze at Brmniwell. V hat. 1po
Icles for thieviug loyaslty to coilo ua.
inte have IOeen receutly preseLnted : a
fassadhusetts, Repub.lican calling a
,bel Gonoral to preside over tho
enato or the United Statos, aRid a
3lored Republican and former slave
ying the Confederate Wig in South
arolina I-Aguusta Chronicle and
The Perfume or Flowers.
Boxes of IHeliotrope, .Mligniro'tte,
nd Pamisics, pilaced in iidows rwill
seclon the air of till dwe!liing;.
The acan,stress, and all of the labor
ig clanes bhiould have swcet.cented
Itlkts. bluotiininf .ri 'their Wi.nI.owI to
cp the am cd pura,
Ad nt as at disinfeelati. Wo c1n1
o t petals of Roses, V iolets,
inki, Tuberosev, etc., to pro.ullico a
seet perfume for tho parlor. or
oudoir ;1and by the aid of modern
'M4'a1ce it in be-very easily donae.
' I I a smaitll wido-tuouthed jar with
thter, find Use 4 glu.s .stopper qippiod
i glycerine, tc thoroughly .xoludo
Fill thisjr with the fresh petals
f any fragant plant, cut after the dow
i dry ; il only the petl.. should
e used ; -but clusters of Peliotrope
in be out off close to the stems.
hher posseRses the property of taking
p the fragrant particles from flowers,
nal every day the old petalk' inesAt bo
k'en out, and fresh ones added.
Quantities of flowers are required,
ut when the ether is all evaporated,
will leave fn essential, all of the
on-er, and 3 or 4 'drops of it, added
> deodorize d al'ohol, will give a deli
All delicious odora~ een be impris
nced in deodorized aleohol, ,which is
y firing pure spirits tlirough ani
sad charcoal or bono black in powder.
Scan be used over many times, and
thick flannel bag, 'with a wire run
round the top, will mnaio .a good
Fill it tvitti the bone black, rand
ouir in tiio.aledbol, anging the brig
v'er a bow1, so that the lioaiid '.vill
rop into it. Take jars a's if.eerilbed
b~ove, anad fill thbema halIf fuill withI
boe alcohol, arid, tyotn .f1.l up
d~th peae' ilea~ueia, lemon peel, slioes
f piico apple, rsapberriei;, cherries,
trawerries-indeed, ainythinig from
'bich you may .desiro to ,et~c
so essonce,'n'nd y6d wilt have as (Ine
a assortmenc~t of essrences as the
anufamcturer cain f'urnuish you.
. Everlas.ting~ FEnce Post i.
' I discovered mainy years ago that
'cod couild be maade to last inmguar
aan iron in the ground; but thought
mo proccesa was, y, piple and inter
ensave that lil ha nt porthi whtilo
akinginy stir aboumt it. I would ats
>on have poplar, bia'wood or gank
ig nah as any other' kinads of' timber'i
>r fqunee pd~sts. I havei' takeni (out
a'sswood potIcaafte?r havming beens het
even years that' iere as *uounds
rhen taken up as when they~
rege., tirap put ,iin the gro'and,
inte and w'eatherpeemedl to hsaiv to
ifect on them,. The paort4 eani b34
repared for less than two ceate
Fur the beneet of' other~s f 'i
1ivoa the rtooipe : Take.biler
unseed oil and stir in it pitliore
hiarcoal to the consistdoyd,- palirt
Put a coat of thi. over the tijd bor pad
here is not a than .that wil 1 live. ti
lee it rotteng."-'Cor. 'Western Rueraa
"A w 'how do you hike my innsu
tache, Miss Laura ?" lisped a dad,
to a merry gil "Oh I very madh
It looks like fur an th. baolk of
NEW GO 0DSM
W E aro now receiving and ope'iing one
Of tI largest r, 1.1row t attrnctivo stocks of
rin 1 :1 iitunr Uress Goods, (otsef
I 'lth 0e nd -'rni lin g Goods, Silks, Fut-,
Str. vaw nn' Wool lies.w, Gents, Lndios and
L e . ie w.ir', 1) ugs, Nlcdicineei
'we lAve ever offered iti
Si: r..:e; rtii at prices as loW a can be
Cur .*o,:% ia every department is full
-and emi e.', aind tihe publio nro respect.
ful.1 iiced t ,II itw.ection of our stok
lefore purclasing el'" w ere Our goods
will be shown wil pleasure.
eMasfer' & Brice.
a yril 10 es
Junt received Puro
BiI':er Watchei , all '*
Miyles, Clocks, all <ualities, l'lain Jewelryj
"ins and lecutians. 1-1 ka:cras finle; l'i.nin and
1huey lo(id llttigf. ItL kLrnia f1ine, and
spoincles, a fline norctmient.
All goods warranedi aS representcd.
All work dono iii a workmanliko man
per, anld warraned. e ... .
No chearge for lokiri. Comno nnd sce
me, will tnko plehonuo in showing my
Thankful for past. favors, T respectfully
solicit a continuUepce of ite i seamce.
CH.\A11 1.E8 A IN lLP,11111,
Oppo'dite Bacot & Co.
J U S T
One Car load flour, all grades,
One Car lond Bolt-ed Alcal,
One Car J oad faeldig Oats,
One Car tond fealen; t.'orn,
Four Cacks best hacens,~
flut Loaf, Loaf A, and Demarara Sugar,
Rio antI Java Colfee, raw acnd Itonste1
New Crop N. 0. Demnrarn, and Common
"D:, R. Flenniken..
Jwdat peninug a't J..0. B0OAG'8.
Ti 1lU 1 I cclamnust and iArgest STO('K of
llo tu lit~bns loawers, &o , will be,
pece f.>r the ispectin ofc the Ladies in' a feA"
d0s5;u. AMrs. -tio-g will spare nio paIns Sin
Lrying to pleaso all who may .fuvor her with
'Inl ilC rry Goo1d;, N~a'tions, nod Fane
Goods dcrueant I wIll have a fall stook.
. TnrIture ! Farniture !!
A larg& lot of redsiendq, ?Maresaes,
Chair~s, lied lloom.uitsc, &o,
A f:11 line of Orocries In afnra af
- a prIl 8 -J. 0. BIOAG'5. *
. "Shoot folly as it flies-Pope," wa~
i hot up by a printer, "Shoot poll$
aba dlies.-Pon I"