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Williams Davis, .rorietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. LTorms--,3 0 or Arnum, In Advano
VOL. IX.] -wINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNES AY MORNING, SE
18 P1UnnS11 I -:) WERKLY nY
WARLLIAmus, & AiTls.
Terms.-Tui [I a . , I- pulishedl Week
.it tho Town or Winashoro, at 93,04 in
S. triaibly in advance.
Mi-- All trahiiiont advertiisements to be
paid in adva nce.
Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 0n pur
Ei.r ri lNmy\ T.A.1-: Oi no -: AND l py..
I wlite a personial l er to-day.
This m1-orin1 g I met tihe imiost diis.
consulate young man I Cver saw. 11is
namo is Mason. lie is fromn New Yori:
110 has been in Saratogn all suimmer.
H-e has seemi1ed to klow every youtg
lady at the epa, and Ias boen in io
melnso favorito with r.0m.
Ile lii also stood a Igo' ;:.. :th
the dadihing young ladic. fromil (ij
Cago, the Illpsy-flopsy ginas of Oil
City. lie has danced more, sat ni
the back balcony longer, and in elo
per promity to beutiful voliy ladie:;,
and wiaLed lIover to tho griavyanl
with more rich and ar-i.tocratio girl.
from the Clarendn. thai any h)ea-t in
Saratoga. A:l .till ti.' yoanr mI an
C:tmo to mile )csterda.y abnost heart
broken. Ilis eye had the look of
'"1 am discouraged ail sick of Iiie,
lie said 'li wait to die.'
"Wa oul ! yonl want to leavo
this festive scene, oberC' I sid
takin ' g oif my glasss and looking 1;imin
sitrailt. in the f:9.
'- Uncle -:li, I am1 tired I f
lif, ,'' he ighed, inl a Loh ars'e wilis.
1Cr. "I C:1lnn" to '.Iratoga Wit t a
theory. Iblived in tInt tior a.
] believed in my liio. I wokedi Io.r
it dly ald1 iight. I hLeri Ld ii,
practtion it., anld worshAijpped( it, only
to see it utter fair-aniy to vork
out myI' ownl riiat-ionl by 1,. "
"Vihiat was your tiory Robert ?"
I as:cd. "Was il to bet c niLinuily
on the nee,--to waer lrg ,Iltlts O
the saime card, hoping ii db
it iould smiltime win r.l make you
rich I Was it
"0, no ; nothiig of tho kind. It
wa:-. a social theorY, Eli. You kitow
I itv'e blood andi faily ;:;
.i. Iy Lt utoory wa's tu cowe
to Saratoga aid marry a rieb girl
wi ii a bad cuigh--withithe cin, sum
"And youi have finally beconlt- Cn
gagal to the ljct of your uffection,
tihen, obert ?" 1 nsked, teominl g
dee; ly interond iu this gowd young
"N,, sir, nas ! 0, nio My theory
has f.iled. [ hav be en ui forr)tunate
The first young Lldy I. met was, froma
Chico --Mis.1s i111on. 81ho Wats
8weet to(, il1Ild had j os.. tho caagli to
suit mile. A low 1uicking, cmighi. it
vas fairly imeloiious ; 11m1l 1. knew it
would. povo fatal to the olject of my
affection ill a year ; but, alas !" and
theu bi lnried I, tac in his h1an1J.
"What, ollrt ?" .1 asked.
"Ala:; in a fatIl noment, I Ir a ned
that she ladi io m1oneiy to go With it.
Sie was poor, but .lch a lov..elv
cough. J ust tit IIIm(. I had so long
anl vainl.y sear--hed for.''
"gWhat thei V"
\Vhby ; tIhen 1 It th q r rih is
Lil ly Thompson, of Ma~d ison .Aveinue.
She( wabs very lich. She wore laccs
and dtiamont'si and1 aL new dress ait,
eivery hlop. Tlhis .tA iluited me1.
looking fur, w'ithi just. ine exceptioni."
"'\Vhut was tha, .obert 1"
',dear, thre ha nouV cor to g
wvitlh it. She was all helalthl :1111
money . Thlerehdnvrbe n
consumioni inPha fmiy-1 m
luck !"'-and1 thni hse burlied bi:a fac
ini hiis llandsl again, :nua Il wept lortg and11
"Agin, Eli ,"' ha legan dIraing
clorI'il Ion happy day ~ I met thie very
obiject of miy affecti->ni-t he pari:sonl
JI1 hadoben searebing f or for year.l. Shle
was rich an11 d elt. >.: hud ju~st
tecough, the fa ' nuivo
couh, th hdfai ric ,Iic fI af.~un
aeend sge. o nm onghus
Two'hndredA1 .'in he own ight, and
yeSilO (and delS icaeonar d111 uot
"(lcoms e doior"--and Ref ert' face
'ribe the fril rihe obcltl ofis.f
"And ~'I til yo lar11l- e J. hpp ,
~der, [o~lt rerkd asl h. bred he
00an, ith b that sheI refute yiou?
'I' placedjti peyn itla i,000 .Witat5ire,
I was too happ.y to live LHat, 0, deai
-'li, 1. wa born to iii di.11ppoinftd
Fallte ruthiiles!ly ,luce tick e lovely
pizet fr'omno myl! Il grasp. i'e 'lC
"BJut hiow, IRobert ?"' I aiske.s
"WVi tll, in an evil moment myl Lil3
began11 to drink the water bere. Nut
tho vill go hydra t. I w u d b
lipp nowra; but oneO faalC day (o hro
latter. Th'len sho drank lmores
then more, till at last ehoi( used te
drink teln glasses every iuo;'nin
began to grow stou., her cough went
a way, hor checks grow red, and]
beautiful, frail Lily became a Lealth.
fol ruddy houlyh ock, -"llo took to bow
ling, tlen riding on horseback, ad
this llorning - dear ! I cannot
'oahead, 1obcrt, tell mo a!ll
I urged, co:'idt it iilly.
"Welli, 11:i .:-ig Mr. Perkin1s,
eg liny frail .i. \-- 1a i'l her Sra
to" tall : dOwnvm h*:*' WgioN of stairI
Illt f.ir ana excusc. Thin he 1 :-.ed
mne to wail; three miles over 1t ilthe
lake awl w ehen we go tihee, Oh,
Idea !.he ate hain, and wo"odcuek, and
putatues, and alioSt anl entire blaal:
bIs,-;) weighing thic pudi and
wi- elis.Mye rs askeod her if Oi
w~u~ t ~have another, she said no,
A. wa Araid it would tako aw;'y her
appeifA for diner." And here I am)
n, ,.01 (.1 her, with no J.rospecot.
ahuad We just to !pond mly wh'ole
life mnaneting' tald paigtha'.
$200,ti, or tier, and I get only vie
tuals an.! ilote."
A td theink . :ob crt, NTasou leanemi
h urwardl on his hands, wilt
he iears trictkled tiroigh hiS inagers
Ind pItl.ared doaw . :.i whi it ek
and rulined manj~.
Pailiic nitd th~ tPatronsi. of linsh:inldry !;i
ane of the Grancf that at
having appoillteid delegates to a il.
Ilitioi c ov n C.n, !G). L. Unr !
M::tAer of tls :S.tat Urang.e, has .
radov to thn ( r an Aimoniry
cireular leter A: n which we man,
the f-loving xract :
'-1 :s suit action nof atnl un -
bvo, but inl dliraect violasi of tho
fmlnaenrtil law of our Pr ~.cr, nd
th:.at it . ject the Cran0ge, o doi.11
to the lhwr of a revanetjil of their
Aurters. Individual Patrcns aie un
der io restrief ions whatever in thM
religious or political cmduct. C -
ty v(it 1ne.ilIs are no ).t r og :: l aA
belonging to the order, or subject ifo
its laws. We lay no claim to ainy
e-atrul whatever over so-called bar.
iers' Conventions. lhtt Granges of
Patrons oft Iubandry are prolhiited,
by the law which gives' them exit
enne o~e egaging ;u eithr r.!iigiou2
or poi it ic a I ie t i on or d1i.Csa.ssion.
This prAitition is imposed for ithe1,
laa'.st r., wi.cst of purposos. it is
our only safeguard against sure anld
speedy destruction. Upon obcdience
to this Ltw depeuds our very exist
coe' ni aln order. I call upion the
off'ondio; Granges to retraeo the falso
-t"pp taken : to ioeall their delegates
Olected to the canventin a.ove nam
ed, :oil rceonsider ilOir resoluti.:=.
I c 1li upon all the (G r:nges in this
jui isdict ionl "to conform to and abide
hy" Ihe costiLtution, ruls and leg.
laitons of tha Ord'r, and to refrain
frot all iticA aion or dincus
sion. '--RL'ural New11 York.r.
The Uri 1l10011 Toyag.
Tle New York Graprhic annorlces
th:Y its great transAi.ntic ballo.m,
if the weather provei favoralo, will
aseend front the Caitoinc Grounds,
lrooklyn, New York, o W e
afit nooil, Septemliber 10. l esse as.
Wise Dnaldson, the oronants, will
ble accompinied by a reporter of tho
Grauphic and an expeiecedl seamain,
who will manatge the l if'e-boat attac~h
cdi to theI' hall->')aiti case t he pay
have to exchange airi for' water. Thes
balloon~ is deLseC.:h,2d as I1 fe iet high,
E5 leot in ci rcumnfts~erene, and w Ill
cata in G0i0,00()0 feot of cubic gr,
with a powerl of U ,5 ''00 pouds. Th1e
mon.nts are. emaident that fromi
alil htt t onel lhundred hoaud~a travel
wil lad temin Euoo An Enig-.
nOnst inl is v. cationl, ?2:. Henry I'ox
well, ha's wr itten a1 'oamicij!ation to
t uandoni Tlegraph, in whih he
is nasaken bsoth as to the csurr-u.
blow nag froma we'st to e'.
anal the liftolg power of the gae. I.
regord ta thes first he' says ti.at his
o. ::'--roea doeaS ntot conf:irm~ the~
thaery.hae~i Graphlic balloa is to
beonllii ex iiin tl h i eo.s
Phayin f~r the Pres I iecy.
Acorre aporadea. wr'iting frm ihi
ton on thc alassade~t:etts camap~aig
s ays that Geni. H;. let- desires to be2
Go vernor be'lcaus h1(5 e feelS s that he
ltust conaquor' his elnmies at biauil be.
ftrei heian ilapire to anay nbew~ achivae..
monts11 on the baroadler heio of ntn.
at lnitaes ; thlat he. 5e(s plIaainly
enough.'~l that he) conhll i;st gos V."'reac
lationa11 l t c etionIli a's a cand'ii a
for Pre:isiet wtihl his oa P n
againist. hin:, and! that his w.at obl-t
i s this loec e rnit aggiuast the) Pui
ans oif the obal Wh'ig palrty-hle hav.,'
ing heim a ~aLthearnl its D(.mo
crat--iu tilo ledorsemenot of Mlas-a
chtsetts for the next Priesiden~tial
co snill of t he Repau bli 'an pasty of
A Sanl Frnio maill inor has8 ill
ventted a hat wih l will pirobably sci
well in casos08 Itbore btt lthintg I irI ot
$1ponttaneousl as it might hie, or iused t<
heC. When~ te wearer bo01" or' 1e"
er's this hea'd abrulptl y, a tiny pair' U
steel clamlps compjres4 the arteries oi
(all sidle (if the temlahes, se!did. thb
blo tou.et th ,!i-:,: .
A man named Kelsey, living at a
town eoQ!ed Iluutington, Now York,
.:t,!d with his attentions a relue
tani.t da:Innc!l namedI Stith. It is said
tLat he even procoeded to the length
of writing her letters of the basest
charauter. In courso of time, Miss
Smith marri.d a more favored suitor,
and wassoy waS set upon by somc uIn
Inown panit ie's and tarred and foather
ed1 . r 11C night this iundignity
was utt upon him ho disappeared.
Oie party in liuuitington declared
tihat hie bad, beei urdered ; another
laiity pvrottcsted that he wvas purppose
!y l:(pIng out of the may. A few
diays ago, some fiAberin tagged tic
putreswent fragment of a nan's body
"-i of Oyster RB.y, and, upon this
!rrible iass (of car ioun wre discovor
ed articles of jwelry whieh wae
once the property ot Kelsey. Con
.vr ' y, onlludie-warm1 , is nowv at
1' Ite ha The whole town if Hunt
in:.ion is inflamed vcr the rer. or
f pored thigh bn:s of K elsey. Par
tics have split iinto "tr' and 0n
tar" fatv ions. The church IAs been
inva d ind well-nigh broken up by
!i. ispue Miniser cdeacon1s andi
te Wiy are f qrct'n'. of Lhrist and
o ly ill l.at pon lsey. Fathers
are at ljgetheads w0th conP, F0ons
vjlh !.-ir mothe, da Aighters wiih
thir bea;x--il o accoltIt of KPlsC
:lei hi dr:eadfuil semi:-aniatomny. It
I rv2;te t14 p-olitica' situvition, too,
and tbe al deiagques who con
itti. latt.,-run igt f or tate Senator
aie Imalln- w.,tchi-: the tid'cs C6bb
:.l iw to s-e whether it be best to
L.>kve that KAdey is ttill ulive, or
v ! ber the Lo , f fortunie depend
"a o tIo -r. :imeiation of tearful fit
nertal d i.e liuries vei Khey's otlorifer
os.s riY, 1. We once knew of a
toi(It tjtion inl Flori4L tiiininig upon
1-nei:v (I 110 lancing ill the new
Cou f louse ; bumt this ]Itintington
. .- Iats Florida out of sight,
I ail iy the Ie' P0 Dean Swift is
e-pul te the emeinrgenr y of doing it
a justieu. -Augusla Constilu
A Pithlie Outsug0.
i the appointment of the Commis
Siollers of Ek.etion f'ori the as pproach.
itinicipal coitest in Cia leston, Gov.
MosSct- nas shiown a reckless disregard
oi p-ubliely decency, of which Imany,
%even amoting hit politie:1 opponents,
hadl not believed him capable. We
do not refer to his choico of individu
als. These, for aught that we know
to the contrary, may have been the
best that coultd have been picked out,
frum the li m : ?d rnilb r of intelli
gent men in this city whose fortuues
are linked with those af "The Party."
hit we do ay that the appointrment
of fll of hO five Commissioners from
one p-ulitical pity wasagross, shame.
less andl wheny inexcusable outrage
agaiin.t poptlar rights. The result
ol the eleCtion bas, by partisan legis
latio;n, beeii made to depend virt ually
upon the h3nor and fair dealing of
these Comini-sioners. From their de.
cisien there i. to beno appeal. Now,
the preat lboiy of the taxpaying
voters of the City of Charleston look
to Msnr&. Tait, Puffr, Hoyt, I1ayne
and Walker to ,ee that, at loast in
the appoinment of mnngers of Icee.
tn, they shsallI have fair plany. Un
Inthey moeani by their action to tell
thevoersofthie city tht ho elce
tio i tobeall a cheat anid a 6bham,
they will accord to the Coenservatives
at. least one of the mainagers at each
poll. This much, crt ainly3, the prop
uty1VOWners$ of Charleston havo the
s ight I toc l emad .--4tos and Courier.
Th'Ie Now Yo k llorald, of the 7th
instai, in its financial ah)41 coin ner
eial e linmn, speaksa at' fol!ows iln re
gird to the4. bowisi .f thla Sitate anid
- the recenst dceiusoni of ado Su' .'mei
Aln effort is agair; being made to
foist slloe oif the w.:rthnless issueS cf
Sonsth Ca:trolr .ta on the inaitrket , anid to
aiga in sodne the li publ ic in to buy ing
b''ndsi wichi roor or later must un
dr o o4 a tuiil oh aige for the worse.
T'hese < i F'rts;are0 s: ionatedl hv a rc
cent deecian of . in S rem iC (ourt of
tha' State, w~hi2'. unfortunately, ase
we are in forhmed, 111'ot 140 reviewed
hby the Su Im ur of lhe Uniitedl
S'n'.a 'I be i ;l of Southi (aroli
cheerlflub Ce wha't is legjitiimtly (duo
of h' St ate, if' we may judge fromr
t hi t' e of it, pare. aind thoe rst- .
I y aun'i t iit ti any swinudle, even
t hrtu h it be perpjetratedr by a
Le:.ilture anrd enfoi ced b'y a cour't.
Tii.'s isns the~ wide world over will
lbe tekedI to leanrn that the Chabba
(01iddlec tr ibo of 1 'diains is ext inet,
then last repireseltative thereof having
slept, the therC of denathi at Martha's
V.'ineyardl last, week. his virtuous
rniimory is emibalmeod by a local
chrionicle ini the secincet istatement
that le was, a professor of religion, a
regular attendant upon camlip-meeting
services, and ani iinveterato drunkard.
SConnecticnt, D~olaware, Florida,
i1 Maine, Maryland, Nevada and Rhode
Inbdand raro thjo only States whoe a
grango bex not ben ebtaliched.
SO manny perso~s have predicted
the New York Tr une would cease
to be profitable sieo the last caim.
paign, that it may be interesting to
thom to know thai it cleared some
$80,000 during thg Crst six months
of the present year, wiich is at. the
rate of sixteen per ceot. per annum
on the price of the la\cst shares sold
-and this is not a giod newspaper
Andrew V. Stout., Piesident of the
Shoe and Leother lank, has just wold
his eight shares of Tiles stok for
$12,OUO each, to George Jones, the
pubisher, who, it is understood, h2u
disposed of them to Louid Jennings,
the managing editor of tlie papea- at
the same rate. Jennings is now said
to be the owner of twelve shares,
and ho an-1 Jones together hold
fifty shares, whicb, with possession
T Iho price of the Times stock
$12,000-is not high because the
raal estate and the building on it are
estimated to be worth $1,000,000.
The dividends declared have general.
ly been but 10 per cent. on the capi
t al stock, though the journal has made
a gool deal more. This has not been
enlcouraging to outside stockholders
:11-t 1here are now, besides Jones and
*lemnings, only two-the estate of
.James Taylor, and E. 13. Morgan,
who rebides in the interior of the
Probablo Fatal Acidi.
Mr. .1. B. Hloke, of this city, an
employee of the Charlotte. Columbia
and Augusta Railroad, met with no
necident at A ugurta,yesterday morn
ing, which will likely prove fatal.
We learn that while the train on the
Central Railroad was pas.ing' up
Washington street, in A ugusta, Mr.
Ioke attempted to jump a the ear
step, when he missed his footing, and
fell under the truck ; the wheels of
which cut off one of Mr. Ilchke's legs,
abote the knee, and so badl- crushed
his other leg that amp utatiop yas ne
eco-ary. Mr. IkO has a wX and
child in this city, to whom this unfor
tunate accident to husband and fath.
er will prove a severe and sad afllie.
Commenting on the prospective
assumption of Southern debts by the
General Government, the IBaltimore
Sun says " Had the Southern
States been left to govern themselves
after the w ar, they would, notwith
standing their great losses in that
struggle, have gone on to rebuild and
pay the honest debts made by them
selves; and Southern securities, with
out doubt, would have stood as high
to-day as any in the financial markets
of the world."
In announcing the completion of
the Air-Line Railroad, the Grecn
ville Enterprise says :
Upper South Carolina looks to At.
lanta, in a large degree, for revivili.
cat ion from the eflect of the pall that
now hangs over a State, though pos.
sessed of as noble spirits and as nas
terly minds, and all that is lovely in
woman, as any other commonweahh
of the Union couild ever boast.
In behalf of the people of Gre'en,
ville, we rejoice at thus being bound
so intimnately with a city whose comn.
mnercial enterprise has rendered it
famous over the whole country. May
we inspiro sonme of your spirit I
A young lawyer of Chicago, disap
pointed in love, demanded poison
from a druggist, but was consider
ately Livens several delicate little
powders of prepared ebalk instead,
lie then went to the residence of the
adlored one, who was sojourning at
Valparaiso, Ind. Hie again offered
his hand, nhkich she unconditionally
refused, whereupon lhe cried: "At
your dooar is my death," and swallow
ed the powders. TIhe fimily doctor
was sent for, but after tasting onie of
the powders he calmly awaited the
result. T1he youiig man lay down
and longed for the drowsiness which
prece'des death. Nothing came. Then
they sent him back to his mother.
Thue Grangers' movement isspread
ing very rapidly throughout the South
and new granges are organized every
(lay. In Virginia there are so far
only three granges. This does not
result from any obijections on the
past of the people of that State to the
order, but from the want of influnence
by the pero"ns selected to -'art the
movement. it in under~ ood that the
matter will soon bo tokeni up by i'flu
ential Virginians wvho served in the
Confederate army ; and it is prob'able
that the order will soon be a potent
influence in the Old Dominion. The
farmers there are as unprosporous as
their brethren in the West.
-Commodore Vanderbilt controls
2,150 miles of railroad, representing
$215,000,000 of sourity, with a gross
income of $45,000,000. This in.
volves the mastery of the trade of the
three great Stastes of Ne w York, Ohio,
The Winona (Minn) Rpublican
remnarks tit three-fourthts of the
farmers of that State are stanich re
publienns, and yet. threc of the lead
ing candidateS 111on tie '--o called
"farinor'" ticket p itt in nomination
at Owatonna are delmocrats. It. i
well known, too, that. a large proper -
tion ef the agricultural popuilativon of
Minnesota are of foreign birth, bout
every man upon the ticket is a ia.
Partial returns from tie Territory
of New Mexico inadiCtel tihe! ec tion
of Ste phen Elkins, the rr pulk-a
aandii at for Delegate, '05 a boni -
OC majority over.Gel lemr.i', the I.
lenocrut ic Delegat. Santa l
which went demirocratie two years I.
has now a republican majority of ov eI
The St. Louis Republicnn rein
that "thp farmers' movenent is no re
.ector of parties, but ik tihe '111111e
Ihreatening power in denmocratic and
republican coulntie.a, % .: V Pr of
ncutherrn or Northeini Ilinois. In
demlocratic Shelby conluty tihe de mo
erats will make t1o noinii.ation. ll
fact they dare not."
The farners in Anrora an. other
towns in Erie connty. New York, re
eIUy held n piblic ma eetinrag at tie
former place and adpte (d a rries of
resolutions which indiaete a purpose
of following in the steps vf their
The Alban lay Argi(deime:atie) as,.
serts that 0il termrs t the czall of I h
I )monocra tic State Coaimitt moia
witi a ilivela 'v r val pne aci'I re from t h1!
leading parers of the inti ir. it
says -- io ar iarier is thire a d
posit ion to relpcl any nan er i of
imen op-I osed to tie corrupt. a.m i ir.
tration. TIIe invitatiun for a1l to
unite . : tle Canivass is imlost aordi:d
and hearty." 'hais is called 'op1ien a
ing the doors, orI the true pii;e).''
While the dencurats are ltis e'x
tending the area, ofrther i.-ibl of ne
tioll, th e I l I iie-ini are restlieting
theirs by kec ping out friimi the piairt y
tioi w'ol maIy aV have lately supported
any of the endidates for natioinal or
State oflices who were rnot pheiced in
nomination by the regular conv.
oions of the republican ary. Thlis
is called '"closing tihe do. it may:13,
be, too, aft(r the horee(of victoi3 ) is
Generai longstreet, denie.s that. ie
wyenrt over (to the U.ion ion~ie) foar
nioney, a charge pay ere red again t
hin by Coloinel \Vitl.c.n ira a late
qlieceh in Vir:inia. it v; :'
There ha iher o r nimA at an
tire for doubt is to ir moti a :a
wiahes in regard to our poli-ie..
When they wern lAt aiaraureAWed
the spring (f 1865 ! dtateai I1eely
that I could -e ro hr (r way by3
which the Southein peolo c'ob re.
iNtate themOves.n in p:r a-ymrpn
thy and relatim. wih tire em nal
government, and (haus save tihe mr-clves
greater lorsen and ian ll ation
There con nenced aid emled ill o
my reasons and montirqs ii voinnee
tion with thisi matter, and airy le ters
have ro plainily expresse'd liy viwv
that roe one cai moiscoNstire thei ex
eept they do so throngh rmalic..
The following let-er rom Gen.
,Johnsttona las breen paulliahed ini ther
Now Y~ork Ii era hI
Dear Hir- 1 harve hada the honaor to
rece ive tire aaorteof to-dlany, ira wichn:i
yoni aisk rae, oan tire Jnrt oft the Newr
York lIeIraild, to reply a cerrtainr
It wouaaildi g ivo Jare peasuare toLa hrave
tihe privilego of dloing i-o, bta nout he
ing a eitizen~am of tihe liarited States I
dir noat pubih~ may polniical iiinrr.
Most, respect fully yoursi-,
. . dOiINSTION.
Theia St. Lou'ais Repaulican (arnti'aad
iinistrart ion, tas- lo-, f..itha in thie
deme.rrey. La:st y ear a'it. was hw'il
ill glove with the tpaity ini suapi
State andl nratinal nonaatia'ea
nowr it alilirrms irta it hais dwiallec't
nsucha fieebile paroport ionsr lhar', ia n m
Startes, it is inrvi.-dlle, and inr oth!en
irnigniicatnt. Arnd the troul et a t
is, it proves thart its nerments rare
true. Thie Republhicran ii no'w pant
tinag the fairumern' bovemeaai:n very
kinrdly on the back.
A Frenehmunan never forgets to Fe
polite. A fter tire phnysiaiann bard ex
amurinred Ilhenri BRcfort anid ro-e
riouncred him a a'ble to tear t ranrrp'r
tartiota ini 'ecor'danrce wV iha i h is entencea,
hae howed silently, anda, althaough t ihe
physic iairs hada conrsigred hiimaA to vir.
rural death,said , ias hre leit, thae roomnr:
"Gonettlemren ; I rdo not k'aow whiether
I rniali'r have tire iaonor of see:aing; yori
cerin. Allow rae to salotet you.'
A specniarl to thre leleih New,
froma Enftield, annrournces that the
steam saw mnit of a'r. Moselecy, situad
ed naarirhatL town, explaiolerao
Thuirsday evenring. Joseph Moseley,
quraite an esti mabl e youn rg namn, aridI
nephrew of the proprietor, wars killed
instantly Two colored mnen,~ work.
men at the, miii, were killed. Th'iree
others tern ibly scalded, arid doubts
are enitortainedl of their recovery.
The lroonavillo Agricultural Socio-'
ty openas ito 6arst annual fair oar Turie
dlay, tire 4th dlay of Novembler,4 to
continue four days
Naroorlit 11111 Mile
Immediately oeith of NacocieC is
tle valliy of ti.e Santte. It is fom it
ed by the '4antee a trioulary cinlpty
iNg into the Chattaht oebee near the
eastern extrlmity et Naocb6 Val.
ley. Santee %aily is ijigher and
dirier thanl Naeonebee1V. r -eir h
in bll pe, quite as fert ile, ain11 coll
tinll neatly smainy Il t ercs of arable
The tradition runs hat Santoe was
a brae <-C (a it ibe between whiA ani
the Chutrokees a 4d eadly feud cxi. ted
t-p101 .somle o cVationl " 43W thel ::..
tilral -Lilighter .1' the chi.'i ot'f
Cherekit e.,- u ehe, i b-.:e ig
ar 11 it ). . h e n i I : . 1 I tee CO Fe
' 4 '.". ti 0. ( ia all ilip- t t
Ad (o iii., ' .p r 0 he detei minti
4 win her at::-'i1t. all pj o.ing ilsta.
1leh--the V ery b11']cltsa, 1o doubt,
t iviog fuel to he 1.inie. 110. and
wiule' iey hit : llow 1ie (0an 1 op.
pirtnllity to liuithe hi p:sio: iII
Iteqr ean h~f. d I :iIti ht a31.1 e.ll
hearl, traldition s -. k, iot but th,
rAlt wva 5 a isph.1'1114 Of (lhe tOh,
Aid' I 1(4(01 her1 14'44 So' Oil O 41.'1
A'i OX 1;4t .~44 )4 ' 1. '1 l-a
. I I e o '. i vge It I a '. I -
1111!.'t I tN '. - Is L ) t 1 !
A 1' 1 Ve-I be ' l, Voa:! 1.a t I.
I 1 ' etu. I'iln ;1 l li1' pi 1. ji.f t
M -1he alll iillxp e -i, -,, v e c' - .
I 1 p If I11 a... , iI!d I'e I, fi ivl.-l t'R
4 o''alItry, I lit ih!m op ') ition 1. , -
Atic I', i.la I Ias 'Ieat inl i no e's
Lvft.a her Cw cld. IM.1 nloi
:ler I - w ith hI r h b ni t ...
I" this eT iV Ai V took shei.. r !
a Vease itn th" Lo ilkhvd K.id '
Y)1;al . The dee vl dit ltei of th*'
I Cr:l... ' '' ! 1' i ta'ic e:a a
uh1"u. lt:m was lhnidl-und and
l e 'ur lh e :1b e l i Fb.ter t4he 11:t , 1yil':1
a fit bu , '. .ly (a I I. rbe ll
uiler Ole l lri c' rwi 1 . A eili -
b qI) l ' lit, in l n' .- V : ter "o' .. ' !
tliinipe but abhridiant lmeal. l'rt h
lite deft- i.d loving Ia' et oi N:
cooc344. Tiie :ilgry fathelr of t!he
4e15ing Ma.r" hadl vwei v0nlanl e
iilIt, AIto, and Ito found inltuo
: x\ ius and disppoilited Y4ui.!
14)n t ahll I i- - ieareb.
taed(:1 Iaild overiwere bi nul fhe
ite dLrhe ll pril tCe0r. Short, sh 1 |1, wtai
givenl to thle victim or Iludian v%-,:
g ! ia le . i In wt s col de letiI tu aditill
hf i Ai'b oi fri t thei preelpii
f What, tand all the lihe w'4l .1 ioih.
4 rt' I h ,la ( o It! it I o, " t4)
Sorml44 to13 tb e pre- 1et . w 'itne la
%V4 b " t'o: i him . h1"te w44... ' o. .. Ir thanV
1.1. ..4 i~ I y pr ilit, " 4 ) 1% II ,;,:i 1,lt
I( t , m .0, ..l I oI.a ('. I 1b'.1 o I 1.-I 144Ia
i . W ith te 1tvitig l, -'e: ."t -11.1 t,;i;.
dimned eyo, I'e watcheds tih e drea'
o :e'rt I frm hi ( l i ; a i ' '
with a, woin l's oriti h i r.lt ied in
thlt i.( roie c i- of hlel a r .;.
'ite and rtern, hie I1'L d n 1oon hit,
ms wi h hring , .. pod and. high
.: he ll It ' t lhorh . h o alid lin
.43aiM 'd L efot. t 3 f- 11 lit lIattle.
W ith a voice loud and 6--ar an! a bro.
tih cry, it(o alg iliid C-:ll tg. T1, he
r : -tilHl give te "- F! lkdhe (as 1f the
mrnIi vful uadCeoc r'n tewo sahtig
rjaired hi igin the nai and alng
hi a srthe p recipic44 . Wlove
the attren dtion ofheril: tri e asb.ovmhed
inlthis traply,!in Nas i ee ie'.z t
o; 1port uityI.: is o f jeir negligence, ian
1Ii!ran4)g~ (v4 tbo preipice. (.o'. ho last
cryo (,o harg of wa havi~e !rSnc
F:ae ionyl~ id ith hundred1.
fee behntP1 lall,4 lii1 that :e r:.i ; of' the.
devote 1 .4ersn~(4ii u wa iea stilledV~ in:
derth. itho ab'inart ilu with
giief an remi~ oiethe striel3 e ofather' m
buroid411 theIT si'd by nt i n( 01 cli
ofic the mo sof tL CI h ei ful(' i v:hi
t'he u ery dof s ir elaovo andi
OW..nles. ahe ad6Ulo
Dl'ISSFD Foil A DUCK IN41.
Some of the ladies' dresses are oult,
rageoulsly tine when they go publicly
jnto salt water. A yard of false hair,
A long parasol, a double eycgla's, a
pair of sky blue trousers, a Ii:,hing
net and t-pera glass, a feather, a poo
o , t w c y - lin g g e n tle m e n , a n
s of fishi ons, a
p:. r Iac bouts, a lighted cigarette,
a :.nij stool, a uosegay and a night
0,1p an c up this most siupie and in
tore.,ti ia c Jnsliic, The sel is a big
tace, ild a French ily may want
fil te' things ho res ho gets to the
bottn -i of it. The best part of bor
bati .: iF, as might be ipposod to
o1ik oin the sands and keep her co
tumo dry. There must Ie a largo
crowd to tinit her to wot it ; but if
Nhe (wnee resolves on dloing no she calls
~uon il aimmlnd (tout lI monde) to
w:tiev4 her courage. Then she con
mits beusci i' to a broad shouldered
fisheriman, who takes iir in his Vims
.iind goes throughi a sort of var dance
Vililih her, while ali the gentlemen of
t iC gborho o look ing on ad.
miri;::!y thrtmuh !elescopes and opera
m Whenu suo comeias oat the
proper thig is to sIk her "-i elle a
a up lj y u." . toJ'l which qu estioin
he .iwers refltvoly, '-allaurais~
s/ ." At To uvillb: ant Poino other
' ii. is; cnsk it red good, ladyliko
I. t t fo . ml?4 a eiiga rIeto, perelcd on
Ia C.,!- tqool i'ummediately after the
warIet 1.-coabvo m-iiotned,
itzo manilO UA qUA-riI.s.
A practice which the ircncli havo
recint - horrowedi from tho Eilnghi
a:d .,ritatns is to pras their lioney..
oollo a t ho s."a side. The nothod
t[ d.; 11 1.7 is to go Io sloep under an
un e*eI.t on dw 1 bea1ch witl tho lasit
W" -enusa i n novel ly iig Iilf read
;1mk' il t. jhoglC.
\'.'hio thie L.-ndon Titm, and Tole
, 'V , r "e dlevotin~g theccolumlln lesd .
v - to the bilnders of taltemanlhiirp
:1 i.d hoart-Coiigs of politicians,
/nth touches them off w;ith ani airy
tuin '4 the i-encil, nud roveals each
sii t i I ion . t ii glilUoc. I 'nch, I udeed,
is still a power in British politics ;
it is referred to with re.pect by
juidges at Westminster and peers iu
l':1rii lilent ; 1101 is it less deft in
hitling off the wakneass of publio
meno, andi suggesting a mend n 'nth by a
.I roir( of ;:mial satiro, thin in the
:lays of Tha-1:eray, derrold, Lemon
adill .ech. Th10e l.st number repre.
scnvt 1Dr'. 1'mah rs a pedagogae,
du.' litt f, hI hlolart, Vacation
inart: - :' n us ingly a ~pplicable to ea.:ii
.itor Disraoeli i.1 admilnishod to "got
up a definite pol iy-that helig;, in
d1 eed, a sore ned to thnt, astuto Tory
lea-. Ijust iow ; Lowe. 0hancellor of
Ohe ls e-ri uer, is instructod to writo
I, sv (: the applientiol of the
u w: th1 i ugh ii niid arrogant Ayrton
w 1.u:. ja:j is 101:ake to thei lifi,
i.. WaIIon to (r3.m0 up On f1he laws
of <tig ue(..no ; -hile the Papo.
1hobiW, ant Claimutt-loving Whal.
ley, who has beon drawiig a rude pio
rof (C.tro alias O)rt.on on his slate,
is iOfd I hat, , ie) is going to Amori
ca, Ic hal 1ttcr stay there. TIho
-oo restles ['remier r-eives the ad
v'ice to do asn little its possile, while
th! s hip-reftorming I't imsollI is de.
sii-"d t iio mokrat e hiis "'transp~lorts.''
Thas:r anpitome of tihe iain fea
ltr;e(If thne IParl ilmentary3 session iS
I rosen ted ina a single carton), wiith
por)traiits idical ~iily like, aind hits
Iwhieb t'omi to echo the very thoughts
Sth-. itare inI th- plopullar mind. Jencle's
fu c rit ,iii1 iu. lesson with it; it
1n ; ' I le laugh.' anid think at the
01a n - 'fn while it never trangresses8
the p:.'Eprieties, andII thus retains itS
Oltd Parr ati a Ilistoun t.
A f r as w" know, tile Anglo-Bra.
zi -' Tin!e has 1 disFcovered( the Me
the .bbl of the day. TIhe gentles.
.a8' namo1 is .Josqe MartIns (Coutinho,
lio on1:', fiays( tho Brnzilian imens,
bor of Fanaremar, on the 20th ouf
M:y. 1(9.4, and( is, therefore, over
I7G; yea rs old. Ie is still in posses
ion of' the mental facult ie, and3( the
onl'; bodily aiiment is stiffooss of the
leg joints. In hie youth Coutinho
fought as a soldier in Pernambuco
Ilgainst the Unotch, and remicmhers
lhe most notabile facts of the reigns
of Domi .John V, 1)om, Jose and Domi
in')1nat Maria I. VTe tes i~nony tI)
the ': extordinary age of Coutinho is
c:egtheund by the fact tient he has1 had
f-it y-tao chnildren by nix wives, and
dot' he can count 123 grand-childron,
ee'y..sx grea t graind-ech ild ren, tu en.
ty -t hi o great-great grand -children,
andi 'wrnty child ren of the last.
Theli Raleig'WC own ans : Thie pat.
ent t.tlico dlepai ionat hasl issue~d to
.\r. Rufus K. Warrein, of this city,
l-ett ors patent for the imnprovamen1t
in firc-proof cotton lint roms, dauto:1
Augus;t 10, 18'l3. Tlhe patent is a
ho(-'able coliner, by which the gin.
n a can, ..'o maomenrt a fire is detooe
(Orconvil Count-y refused to aid
the Laurens and Ashvilo Railroad by
issuing county honis by a vote of tw#
huindrod and seventy.