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VOL. IX.I WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1873. [NO. 16
8 U)'U nIl S wII) IV J:lEI LY 1Y
V'11L1A1S, & AVIS,
Termne.-TaTni I! UnU is pnmii1hl Week
in I i Town o' winubor1, at MA3.O0 in
' friably in dvane..
Iy" All tranisient, advertisenilts to bte
P kid4 il ad41V1110.
Obittuary Notice.s and Tributes 81I 00 per
C ittiil Fry.
INCIDENTS OF Ii H C r IN Till.*.
-A correspondent of the Baltimore
Gazetto Coln t rib Ittes tle flo(wing
brief acuount of Caipt. J os, pih Fry,
the late commander t thi'. Virginius:
"'F'rum a lew tuonths intilmt1e ae
quaitaitnce with him duriniig our ivar
1 gatheredl fromk his lips a few inei
dents of his life. lle was t-orn in
Florida, and se rved many years in
the Uniteld States n'avy ; froml1 th le
latter hto reigIned to joinl the Con.
federacy, in which lie h hl t ran
of lieutenamt. As tiuth he srved on
on the fi ppi, ir st Iiiuaict the
Commi1ani at1 4 ti i'l Lip of
Cominio ne Jll1ls at .t. . Oric;a1s
After th.e hai ol 4h]-t eit. v hto 4 in.d
comunndiil of, a .snlgntwh:veb
J1h0 Fedleral fleet drove into cone of
the sialhler Wts4 rul river.--- the
W hile 1. tLhilk--an .1 tndil l it k p?
Hibl to .-AVC herl, h1, be~riaet hliSb-:
1land4ed1 . his 1L:41 tery o- a , 'o'.
opene.41 a file that:..1: unk oniii of 1 bi p1r.
Sler.i tu11l dro e tle, remlailnhmr .'
The fheet hwuver, ret on-d, a:nt
thr-owil.g a body of some11 live jur
d"'.3 litari-ites inl his rear. n bI'le .,oilw
four or live1 se uners openid il r. lt,
ul"ide it hot tfor 11. L.'ou pilli :"i" T.
ty or sevle-01y on . lGh a;- l
tninl 1., Ii: I4t or 4n 1., i 4e.er
i .v. i do . .and w 6: L.u .
_ 14 , 4 4. 1 .4 1 l4 *4'4 4 'k k!4 ,
F -...6 ! . .1 iir .I : i, %% t it. - - 1. 11 - .
. 4I ., j . h.1;t 0.., i i,' t i - . 1 ,.n
been neairly 1i hiill "r Wornaded
hoforo the Ihinif was, ;:D . .A :Ite'
he wa.-> Lxchangud and womas m~igned
to luty, i.s w d b ...king oulit
.i're.<hi ComIipellod him i eiine tll 3ly te
5ield regilar .ervie, and, .u ilW ut
;ering vith Lis shouirl'144 ;Ind a .se!
para1z1.1 hrm, h" undertmok the
1 kter IM li t 441..111.nki il' p a to ,.
block 41 l e un i.. Is .4 *
One( of. th fI s.~u
v #1dIer tile Cop;edeat t i , ' .
Ilry approve 1d hliimeIf a .1 -1 l1 ar
ing coiouuaodor, and w. 114, 1au.!.
successi Li. On4 o4e occan '1 14.4
ugenie, )aded With gunpol.er
grolundeld out).ide of ,o t411. 4 .h.I
111udr Lhe 1uns 4f th bloeiadling
squadroni,aid whieni iii \lew of thet,
heavy co). n nIade which wasi opet-41
upon her. ho was commanded fr,.m
the fort. f oml Willintinun finl.
ly from , 1 Uh1 n111111, to a a d hiS
boat and .sava his ce.w rrom vbat wa.s
considered the ineitable explosion.
.Fry positively n 'uedto do s.: ; stowl
by li. ship, lightnel her, got a g4.ood
tide, an14d carri.1d her 1..ly 1!--i
mneasure Of cool gallhnltry not, vaeily
Surpassed, i4s ie was utterly dei'en e.
less, carrying no armaimn. lie
simly) lYstood the IILt C . chane o hing
blown up) without the excite.inent of1
battle to sustain hI is 14e. vet, whl I on 41
the other hand1 the ad4.jacen1t co)..st
mfadlo esca41: easy. FromII this ser.
vicO F'ry waIs withdrawn to super~inI
tend the construotionl of tor'ped.oe,
pad for that pur1pose went to Sco.t
iand, where the closing of the pos4 ts
rende(1red his cifoits fruitless. Alter
the war' 1 heard of him in .N ew Or-.
loans, wor'king onsm ptentsit for
saving ships n~ond curinig t imber101, andll
yery poor. OI'his conne11ctitU with
ho Cub.ans 1 know nothing, anid cani
only suppose his poverty and41 41 nturail
love of adventunro comnbinied to biring
about . his mnurdIer. Personially, ho
vras a tall, well-ma.de, hmnIdllome man,.11
with the tmost mesmeric eyes I hanv
ever rieenl, having groat power of eon
trol, both over himself and1( 0 ohers.
11islmo' wasl remiarkalhy good)1 and1(
well clultivalt.(ed. 114e wasl1 a4 deep
reader and thinker, tond of specula
ting 611 obstrus:e subjects,1andlat to
beolod by his genlius to theoextremie
viewi.. i In di.po.,ition1 he was144 sweeVC(t
but fir'm temnpered~ ; a4 tru frIiend111. 141nd
1a strong enom~iy ; nlot giv, peihaps~ 4:14
to a large circle, hut very') social and14
conveytriablo wii h i I int im01ates nu1444
witihal, n43 mo1(dest as brlI m. T1h is
slight sket ch of1 the4 man4.1 may sirv(e to)
throw some11 1ilit oinl~ hi:ulrrender.
As anold na14Ival olticer, hiav.ing par.'
s onal experi'euco ft 1.h41 law44 of block
ade, hoe both knlow4 the~ legal limits4 of
his libltyif cap4 tured,4l and31 tru4sted
the flag ho boe or pro~ ,ittectionl froim
iu ee uban privateer11, as. alieg
od ssc sowould~ ha1ve carried1 a
battery, and Capt. F'ry wou~tld never
* havo surr'ender'ed wvithIout res8istan.11
Had lie borne a Cuban conunisiSSon,
thr'eo or four shots over his steatner0i,
w itin i r eachi almost of Jama1111ica's 00oa1t
wouldI never havo brought, him to.
Tfho tr'uthi must bo lho041 comndedr~l3( an
Ameoricatn steaoitir, anid believed that
the flag under which lie had so long
e~erved, and which had conquered him
~onld and would inunen him at lcanu
A HERlO 'S FXREWELL.
The Now Orleans Times publishes
tlie following copy of the letter writ.
tenl by Capt. Jo seph Fry to his wife
ion the day berore lie was murdered
by the Cuban butohors-at St. Jago do
Cuba. The letter was obtained from
Gen. Rafael Quesads- by a ,Times rb.,
poi ter', who rtates- that the- pages -of
the original bre the omnprOss .of the
tears shed by the heroic writer. It
was the last communication over
l:ade to the world by the true Ameri.
,a:,II and the blended expressions of
.Wlm ion, of roligious hope. of digni
fied resignation With which it teems
nill caIsO its words to be remember
0d so long-s virtuo and courage are
lonored amtiong imien. It may be well
to staite that the letter necessarily,
omiits 11 reflections on the Spanish
G'overnment, but, before his death,
Fry gave utterance very forcibly- to
h is opinions on-that subject, his silence
only coming with his death :"
8l'ANIsul M.N-OFWAlR LA ToRNADO,
.J 1.A) DE CUBnA, Nov. 6, 1873.
Dor, Jhar Dit.-When I left you
I had no idea tihlLt wo should nev or
mct again in this world ; but it
ims tangs to ite that I should to.
iight, lid cn Annie's birthday, be
rl'aily ,eated, on a b0autiful moon
t.i i n ill a inost beautiful 'bay
la Unb , to t ale my last leave of you
lly owni dear, .woot wife, and with
Iw[i ght. of your bitter aiguiih mily
onl y re';.':st at leaving,
I have bicon tried to-day, and the
pient of the couirt-martial asked
t h favor of embracinig met at parting,
and clasped me to his heart. .I have
ha l haidi wit.h 111ah of ily judges,
and111 the .eerct.,Iry of the court , and
interprele hv plotnlised Ilme, as a
:pecial InUvor, to aLttld my execution,
%i bi ill, L am told, be in a very
fcw h aifter lmiy 11eitence is pre
1 e.d. I am tlid my death will be
I :ides : i sllort, I havo hiad a very
U vi Cill -and ple iant cliat about ily
ini..i, Which I n1all go .in a very
feel- 1olrs iloni now. How soon I
C:LliItuut yet ioiy. It, is e rli-t.)l s to see
iw I.. make iliienids. ' Poor Wlambetta
prsonounlCed( me a gentlemani, and hie
%vis 0he brightest and bravest crea
ture I ever saw.
'111 pieist who gave lte colillulu
ii i board this inerning put a
double scapular about my neck, and a
u;al wiich lie intends to wear him
wiC. A y(unig Spanish oflicer
i whi mlt a bright new silk badge
%ith the I leaoed Virgin stamped upon
it t wear to mily execution for him,
aIl I :ond ome 1 c10 r WoS ill som0 fair
ho(li' handiwork. These are to be
kept a relics of mite. Hle embracod
mi i'ootl~ly i lly room with
to.r ill his eYe. -* -* * *
Dear sweetheart, You will be able
to bear it for lily sake . for I will be
6thI vont if' God pemts-it. Ai.
0tough I knlow mly houirs alre sholtt
a d few, I am not sad. : I feel I shall
al Nays be %iIlh you isiglit soon. denr
I)ita, and you will not be afraid of
Pray fofr me, and I will pray with
vnu.A *W *
Theore is to be a foarful sacrifice of
1:0 fIrom the Virgiliur, ald, as ..I
think, I lcedlc.s one, is the poor
people are unconisciou8 of crime, and
eil f thir faiit uIip to 1now. I h ope
Go~d will for gis e if I am to blame for
If' you write to President G rant,-he
will pr'obalbly lorder' my1 paly due1 whein
I rc.-i gned puaid to you after lmy3
death. * * * Pecople will .be
kinlder to you now, dlear Dita, at least
I hope so. Do hot dread--death'when
iU ColleS to you ; it wrill be as God's
anigel of re~t-rIeember this. * *
I hope my children will forget their
fa thle/ ha8lirshnls an89~d remem~ilber hIis
love and'. anieiity for them. May
theiy priice C regula~rly their roligioni,
anid pra.y for him ailways. * * *
TVel---that the last act of my
li fi wilIl be a publi9o profession of my
faith an ld hiope mn Him, of whloml We
need lnot be alshmlied, anld it. is niot
hones~t, to withhold that public no.
knowledgmnen. f rom lany failso modeosty
or' t imrid~ity. M~ay G.Od blo s a.&ld save
us all. -" . ' ' - - +- -
S3weet, dear, dear Utlta, wxo will
soon meet aigainl. T1ill then, adieu,
for the lait timie..
Your devoted hnisband,
Dlr. Marvin says thait ery'3 year
:;,t000,000 poul ndts of tea ; 220,00,000
pountlds of cioffee and cacnoo; * 26,000,
000 pioun~ds of opium ; 200,000,000
pounds of haschisch; and 865,000,000
piounids of. tobacco, ..are consUtned,
Now add the qulantity of arsenic and
ailolic liquors used and the figures
open into a wilderness. It has been
estimiated perhaps rashly, that- of all.
cohmolic liquors there ia an aggregate
product every year, enough if collect'
ad into one sea, to keep afloat the
united nies~iBof the world. Added
to all thlis, strychine has been press.
ad into ser'vice, and is used in India in
(d08es of one-'sixteenth of a grain. The
Polynelsiansa make thtemnselves drunk
with a liquor prepared f'rom pepper.
( Piper ine'br'ians vol met hysjticumn.) p'he
K amischtatkans use the Agarcuis mnus
cnrius. and mny of. the Eatern n.
Eli Perkln on the (Cuban) War Path.
HE15 lRCiUITING F"R Til. SPANI:lt
vAR1 IN INIDEANA.
Yesterday when I arrivedi in Terre
Haute tostay over Sunday, I register
od my name as "Colonel Eli Perki'.
My arrival catsed a groat exoitcant.
It was uniderstood that I was going
to open a. recruiting ffitce for the
Cuban ivar. 'All the old soldiers
bore wlio don't hold 'lucrative offices
in the "Granges" are onthusiasti for
war. A good many robol soldiers
have como6 over the river frotu Kon.
tucky to live in Terro Haute. They
are for war, too. They all desired
to be colonels or generals excct one
nian, who said his heart throl-bed so
for the Stars and St ipes that he was
willing to take a sutlership. I have
telegraphed - General Graut that
Terre llauto alone can supply 1,000
officers, and all that the Government
will havo to do will be to appoint a
Colonel Gapin says lie is ready to
fly to arms. le has probably flown
before this. Ile says his heart burns
for the American eagle, and he can
hardly keep from rushing on to
New York, where le can be first to.
say "good bye to the brave Cuban
Adjutant Sterne says lie fought all
through tle Iate war, somectilites on
onlo sido fnd I:o ietiius on the oth
an1d, rather than see America kitel
ifg at the foot of Spain, lie would
gladly welcorne war-war to ti.-'
knife-arid accept a pay maote Iship.
He is so enthusiastic for the cause
that, ill case of no vacancy inl our
aR my, lie has telegraphed for a 1.laec
oe, the btaff of a Spanish Geaeral.
DRIILL.N( FOuI WA.
This afternoon we all assenibled in
(he Siuare to drill-iito itindrled
Union olicers, two hunaidred icbel
ollicerts, and Several suters and (ar
termasters. We all agreed l with
Ah x. Steplietis that a foreign Wair
would heal domnestic troubles--ec.
-meat us togcther. This is why L h-ud
mny il ueniice to war. 1 am aixious
to heal Up ou- national woud---aux.
ious to pitt lly mlills around ily
Southern brother and sell him some
inuro dry goods.
As the patriots came ott they
brought their old battle flags wilI
thim. Otr1 oflicers brought out their
old battle bannaers which they c-arried
all through the late war. IAs I hv
shook out the folds we ,:t y inlsc-ibecI
ont themta "Gotty.surg,"l L u
Mountain,' "\niieta,,''" lit
vania Court louse" and " Vi'i;.iu.,; ti.
The rebels pulled it ii c-r let-s . ial
un1wound thlt invwriptionis 1'.tip.,
Blit f," "Bull i lU," "C' e hs taI
'"Rtod Ri% or." W Ihc n our fe ilws %.w
thatthey didni't "heal'' to tly ala
ing extelt. They aid tlicy t:idii nj
look iuig at bat tle wherc tley gIt I.,.:
ed, got, wounded atid copI ar-ied, and
cut up generally. The Iebe:s .teaid
they didtit. watit to light utider aly
such iniscriptions as "'Antie tallta and
' Vicksbu rg,"' and one tello w .ai- if
we didn't take the d---d )ahee
rags away the3'd charge us out of the
qu ate. This azfa de otr!- fcllows for
get till a bout "ccme ntintg" and 6he:.
ing,"' and, inastead, inl toln minutes wo
had a iile one.horse tebellion (-t
our hands. as usual, I was first in
battle-coan ing Itoward the hotel.
Anid now, Mrl . Editotr, t dont't seei
haow we are going to 'Semen iit"'i atd
"he 1a" I' atuch -1 don%' se lhow~ we
aire going to get the rebels to hlp us
miiudh in the Spantish fight till 'we get
our flags chaitnged-till we c-arry -out
Mr. Sumnetar's idetas. At least l've
postputned my reetuiting ofhico int
Terre Ilnute till we get a sert or
generalilag to fight auder. W ha~t do
you thtinki of it ?
May hieavoo bless yoaur new spa Pcir
and preser-ve it, fromtt yacure- ruly,
By private aidvics, we Ieairt that
R1ev. Alr. Neumtatan las been webll re
ceived ini New berry, tantd his iniissiont,
in the interest of initroduacing inoni -
grants into the State, is likely to
prove aL decided suceoss. Under his
advice, ai cousidorablo rnmber of
Germtani famailies havo settled, dur-ing
the. ltase year, in Ne wvberry County.
These he paid visits to oni Fr-iday and
Saturday, and mnet somie of thae graa..
ges ina their sessionas. Ile will re
mnaini in Newu berr-iy anirii afterii bitn
diay. iife has beciaut-gently invited Ito
attend thae mreeting of thle (County
graniges uon that alay, arnd has consenttt
ud to do so.
SItalian as -we'l as Georman iia
migrants are seek-ing to c.-tiabli h
thaemselves in this State. Two cole
nlica of them are in a fair way of being
settled ina Spartaniburg Coaunty. Mr-.
Zil io, tai omember' oftthe Ital iani Eoi.
gration Labor Exchange, 'We learni
from. the News, will arrive itn Charles
ton in a few days, to mtako arranige
ments for pn additionral numaber of
Italians. Mr. Netnuat is also anxi
ous to find work and honmes for sever
ad hundreds. It is just the time to
make labor contracts. Those' lwho
want labor can get it. The opportu
nity is the best we have ever kniowna
to be presented.-I'lani.c
A minister walked six miles to
asmarry a couple, ie so~id ho felt sort
of foo'bill like, T:he groom aw it
WV .tm;IO, D. C., Deeetaber 8
--.NI 3 i1. rd, of Tennet (tss.ee, from the
Comiant.tco otn Bules, reported a bill
rcioving all 1iabilities imposicd and
Iemiuniling oil aIy pe434rsju by th thi td
section o1 th. fourteentl actielo of the
aimndmeon tsi to the Constitution, and
ubistihting for. the iruon-cild oath the
moditied uathl now tadminis-terv,i Ito
person.: rom whotAm diabihties have
been rewoved. Lawrence, of Ohio,
askcd fwhother, under that law,
Jefferson Davis might not abtaini a
seat inl either iouse. G. P. Iitur
inquired whether the Cointuittee oit
R ules huad a right to report sich nfia
Act uf genoral legislat:i2n. T'h
Speaker doubted very mneh whetter
that commn itteo had a right to report
it, except under at call. Hoar ,said
Ie would not hisiet, on the point.
Butler, of Massaclhusett!:, niid that he
woul. ia-,uard miioved to .uspoid
the rules and to reoive ani pas toe
bill. in reply to Lawrence's question,
lie said that the late Preident of the
Southeru Confederacy inight as well,
as the Vice-.Prcsident, have a scat in
either lio.sle, provided tho people
Shou ld think prope r to sn.2d It i m.
iluthir, of :ila sachusetts, said he
would4 not (,I jct to the bill if it had
buc caniitied by und was re p-ited
from a -o22n1) i tee. 1Ii.yti-l ',aidl it
V:n, the t.ul.ailmous repiort Lf the com.
In i t tic. The bill was thn pased by
a vote of 1.11 to 29.
A SyttillI S'le r
John J. I e a rr diCl Sento
frmn - ttth 'arolia. i. a specimen of
the ch.juf individuals elevated to
Ipromitiie.1nt (ordeial po:.itio.s by the
cart-tbaggers and negroes of the
nuth. Ii.:, record scen to be about
it I 0.53 io Nw inled l IFeItn & Redg.
wiek oat of a printing o(Micu inl flarri .s
it, '. 1 ext. vent, into t tI
Ioial a ' -iess in l'hiladei p.hia and i
;(-nll his 114rtrieroult, oid alihe hat,
liewa a w iiio re(.Xdir.tnl ! b, I I is
pait)l be'.Ico th tef iled [" l- 111ex
\%, -1 , . eenvictud of k.ibilig
I int o r k !' C.I me ron 's Let tit. In
the ceiSe of tihe inv.stigat ion that
Ittlloiwed bu peajured hiIi.,lf beyotd
Tw(1 Ationl of' doubl.
Ils 2next exlit was to clhiat his
. lt ou toI 10) t0t, lher share in
r 1hui es t V. ll n;xt. ap
2.2.2 n 2 ~j W An2-2. aO l ItI Ufat~t
b.nrof wi-ne,.s.- ' and oneo of thle
.. :.' t wit o IxpL It hi:n.
Ii oi- care to atez.i $25,000 eo0re
10 n'xt :v1i401 Tom Scutt, or
oII M' a)tel lis n. sam1 tiiroad trasae.
A .2,d 2la :.- by 2wilIlling G v. Sco(tIt,
o -th ;ttlti:ai 2212 n' a ndinag hi.'
it2 ie' I nk d . Stat aOte. [1 zt0
has ,inwce co 11Asd buh sp-nIl 0,
500 of his Own limiony 'o 7et into the
..ntt11), Itnd is " .1i4ttr of t tat
It. swintd ld2 Ii Govrno on)1Ut of 6,:'.
UM; mllore. F rtl.is ..te trick hen
Wo. i!nlicted buIit loan.OY off the pros..
ti ti is a 1I.ir picture of him.
n'ltlL~r i e l . itln -i ( . 10.)
Ti '- , i 2'!: 020t en'r2t ofte /t..
ilI'iiu2i. t ii El.h ;a t lasit Like
titi. It. omi by.0 i j , deer l.r
rtider wliltt :.is 2.inenber lht thoe
lasier haidt, i.tough .tpecla tonL, s
foreandodted lltoa(2nd doars htheo
proer1 tt i i;' llbank .'tt2fler anL im..
it iLt., S-'i'/. 2 nt n'.d i , tov ye 'n
Itn-~om~en XIt.tt intg the ny 'i
geiary.~ Thu Pen.tnce~t t thme, wil
no 'Cu~h-t, 2em j. evere;nl~ buld Judge
retide the priL''ner tt burltifor
to e oe j 21 0it 1 t igatig ci e dtanc tlin
hLi. case-viz tempation puto which
heli waij txpot tV.inough the negli.ge
tnct tl the 11'residen2 ttct and thei di
been~t m'or sever1e2. li t is grathin
to sro; j1iuste (Anii- .ed in. is'
ay. Webl hgop Itlhats heiunishment
oft Ta(lintb tn i have fhe in-l
1lu1ce.1 i1rdthe. four o bia~ ilass. rIt 1
fillbo ell, Oto ifoanki prhiesidenat
andr di:etnta':e ith hias sio em- i
lph.cal tkchr wnotert. nd,
andIgivey lror e ateir timend atten
tienrt reth d e attah(d fo theirgle
'saidenlbt afod , er were gutrilgty
A cabbg~e istlkhas oeene
ohi t liI, thtisH tree feet irete
frorece tOur dinfiloatto ofte that
befron cuttin itas -ol six feetin
Several weeks a.9, a y . ail of
rither ".-oedy" appnance wias oit
(he st reM met k i ig chi arity, and
?tr onigly re'coendintbg himiiself on
te grounid that he iad b otI a r in1a
blo Ont while in tho Southoeii army,
and his fathor and brothurs were
hilled in the stme struggle. From
le Of otir leadiiig cititens he bil.
'ained an order for a day's board at
the (Chr'.rlotto Hotel. and received po
ouniary favors from others. Throu'h
in irepresentations ho procured ud
mission to ait entertainmen t vlven by
tho tadets of Temperawnc, but was
dE'eted and hustled off the stagfe
while inl the midst of a iiaulin'a hal.
rainguo to pr'eI.tco "4, ussing I t hil "
The last miber of the (Greeiville
lpapgr. mentions a Mir. Melhinie!<, of
Alis.issi ppi, re'presenting li mself to
be a Ki Klux prisoner just released
from Albany Pehitentiary, where ie
had spent threo years-id now need.
ing funds to carry him hoic. Now,
we happen to kec ivw that n su1ch an:111
is, or ever was, among the Ku K ltx
prisoners at Albany, and there is no
sort of doubt that McDaniels is tn
ln atit igated huimIbug, who ought to
be0 arrested as a vagrant, or for the
daiker crime of Kwindliig honovo
en ci persons on false pre'teces.
Char"tte ulh' a
low Anittals may be 31nrm,
Macaiso and Marecet experi mentedl
in feed iig a -heep tint weighted
fifty-tloe pouiids, en food that co
tained no1 nitrogen, suhas sgr
starch, gum11 andJ w ate r. The Oe,be
lived tweitly days and dit'd vWith
every sippearance (if starvingI . .It
weighed at thiat tino thirt3-once
pounid. or t weitty. two h . t hia n
w lien the e xpi limen t b gaI. ThILe
Sital principle coismtiied ovei a
pound a day of the fat aitd flesh of'
the systcm, but it could m longer
ntltrt lie. TIeidntan and (2 meiin,
tlied Similar e c:ttincnts on ge',e
wiith like results. A gotse feit on
that. weighIcd tix poun1dtIs 0110
taQ. d1 inl twenity-two d1ys, wei,-h-I
il- four pounds eigl ( o etitCs. Gu nW
Itid starch as inl corn and potatocs,
diI ito boPut-tr. If fat, oil, stardb,
gat: and all non-nitrogenous food is I
va:lucl :s a'.one as animial fod, albu.
tet, ihttn, legaImn, putre, are Very
litle- better. A g oo fedi ont the
wlitc.. of eg'g!s (:ll.umneti) died in
furt y-six days front -au vationi, havinl~g
lIst t'nt piunds itn wIeight. .llece,
if a fi.rii'er woult ultain lIo thebst
reen,-lit froml feveding! "'ocek olf any hil
or eveni'i'ii w h ingllmn~, ,e Imust. it.ix
Ltarch o its uli.alent in r epr, oil
or tm with Such lm 4 abound
11 pea.: Oat:;, whleat, elevert COrnl,
me 01ad cabibar., Thle oil inl U.1r
it burntit in he bodies of mnitt aind
beast to keep their blood warm.
MImt s, iDe iember 9.-(2'eneral
N B. 11. eit, in view (if possible iwar
with Spain, mii:ido a for.nal Ieotider if
his se rvices to Geieral Sheratn, who
writing a eh:rraetorie Itter to For
etsaid he ad t hcit li etter t.
the Wa. dpartien wi It this ent
do Fenl.ent : - I spectfI'll y re-ferre-dI
to the Secrtary of W ar for il ,
aimolg the hntidreds of ollers thuit
coei to ime, I deemi this woirthy of
ia place amoitng the tirchiv's t o w aiit
eointg events. I re,:ud~ . it. i'itr
I e't sir, ie of the iiota ext riordinary
menti dev'elopetd biy our ciil war ; aind
wiere it heft, to ine, in the evenit nof a
wari req iuirin g calvaSlry, I wI'nhl unt
hiesitat ingl.y accept his services andi.
give him ia prominet phce I lie'
liev~c now he wiiuld light against our
ntationtal eneieis as vehemierntly as hoe
didi auainst us ; anid that is itayinig
(S;'eed WA. TV. "I'E.'t. ,
I. Iwart. .Niiter (aoi tnument w:.ttts
Tlc l i~.ishp Mi hi sc ilyer B rook.
Tfhte "B ishop, Wh ite P'rayer.Book,"'
wIebl BishopI (Jummnins piroposoiI
adopting, as the ser'vico book itf hi
" Oid E'~piscopa 1lin'' parlt y, wi'ill iteied
somie revisioni if it is to he free from
thie taint of' liigh Churchismi. In
the order for the visitation of t sick
te rubric of thet English hook of
can li 1n0on Prayer' is ret ainedm, wvhich
sayn: "Ilero shall the sick poersoni be
mo v ed to maktte(~ a JpreI C 0eonfessiont
of hits tints, if hie feel fits ctimseienict
Aft -r whItich confeIis'ionl the priicst
shtalI ab)sol)ve htiim (if he htuimbly andI
. he leclloit ill T(exit'.
TIhtis State has been carried b'y the
demiocrats, whticht will at Rtichiard
(Joke, of W aco, ini the guberntatorial
chair ini llaeo of the presenit inoin
bient and republican 'cantdidate, Ed
will hade thte choide of a Untited
States Senautor to &uccced Jostoph W.
["lanogane, repiublicani, whtoso termU ex
lBoss Twieed's transfesr ofhis prop
orty, thte bulk of which goes to htis
wife, Is by ten deeds, dated ont Satur
day, 2pth uilt., wyhichI contvey in men
oy value $90t,000O; o* 'real es tato,
subict to moarteases. $395,000.
TC la w of 1he l1ond.
H1w ofte we(! are provok::d by a
AtubbornII ci Ip we itngy ovoratao oli a
pik e, th row tip lhigh, tio that we canl
not get by, to tind himn persistently
deturiined not to get out of thu way
wvith his teain, nor to give ani ineh for
0ur11 aecommlliodatuion ! Or to find two
such follows, whovo toasi havo wet,
-itting cuietly on their wagons, block
ing the road, so that to get by there
ii no way for it but to take the ditch.
If thero were. no law on the sub
ject, one would think that In of
coinion senso would know botter thanu
to treat others with such incivility ;
but the law definihig the duties of
trayve lers k1n the high'nay, who icet
ing or pasing others, is as explicit as
it is simple and comprehensive.
The great leading ru1lo j, that DO
one has tht right to ho in the middle
of the road, except when no other
person is present to claim :his right
to the uso of one-hailf tho highway ;
which claim he lias precisoly tle
:,:title right to assert, whe.u travoling I
in the saino direction, that ' lio has
when 1he meets another.' ThIi is the
law of every State in the Union, hnd,
to far a., we are informed, de evcry
eivilized country ; and all person,
violating it are liable fee ll dalia.
ges re-mlting from their ! onduc.
Wh'ien Wenis meet, tho Ame-:toa i
law is that each turning to t he'right, I
sha!l give half the road. The *custom I
and the law of Enugland requiro teams <
to turn out to th iht-as exprmC od a
ill in old doggerel
The rule of t he road is a paraolx :tIt ;
in Ii'iig (pr drivmng alone,.
lf you ke:ep to the fj )oul are suro to go
it you k eep to the riAt, yon go me..
In pasimng, tile party in front is re
itred to turni'to the loft, so 1s to
ilow the pieroii in the rear who is
traveling at a Moro apid paco to pails
on his right.
Where telni npproich at right,
angles, or ilteoecting roads, it is the
luty of the Irty, who, by turning to
t0I Ai lt, Woulldt pass to the rear of
the other tean, to pull up, and allow
Lite other to pals~. t
In wide .strets in towns ind cities
bese giCeinerl principlesshould be ob.
Wirved, though fromt the necessities of t
lie caso parties 11r le:s strict in
iceping on the prolper side of tihe
treet, being ficIqauently obliged, with
r0oer caie for the rightsi of others, tW
SI .W uh tr i-11l0 to avoid Ia
A 'O.elI wih a ia ;'ght vehielo ineet.
it or dehsiring t.3 Ia heavily- la d en J
.cai, epecially if the latter is ;ing o
1 a hill, will geelirally enrn13 ollt, c
witholt re'. utiring thel 1111111 with the
Luiatlaedl wagoni to give half the road ; 2
but the law i im poes no such ol iga. h
iln in any cna, and under all cir- m
mistnece requirse each party to giv n
blif the ruad, unless by accident b
)r soei obstruction it is found im. i
.ossible to do so. b
If a party happens to be in the t
xong place ol tile roa.d or "treet, I L
party Coming ill collision with him is t
lot untilled to dalliages, if, by tle t
m.i of ordi ary an(d reasonimal 1 dii-i e
!(Inev, he conhl lhave aviled it.
Pae wao/ Aai se s .Jonao1. 0
At the Iiainnall meetinag of the l'al
me tto A -soc iat ionI hield yesterday,
.he fa llowmg u lieur s were elected fo r
heesing y'ear: l'resdnt . I
- anley ; V' ice-1'reUidenut, llenry
liard ; Corres~poninlg 8e'eretary,
iad TPreasu ror, 11 . E. Scott.
TUhe follow.ing gentIlmen vore
;lectedi dele~gater. to the N-atitonal
Donaventioni of M exican. war vet oranis,
Lio ho hold in WVasingtoni City o" a
ho Iuh of Ja nunary, 187-I11 Mesrs.
ing, dioseph K:r.shuiaw, (Carey WV. Styles
.i310 anue Mcwan1, TPhomas dJ. M ackey e
El i< m .irie, m . i. S'aaley, K.
A neat (othaic church has~ boonc
arcted at lRidge Spring Station, on:
hie Charlotte, Coiutobia anid Augusta l
liailroadl, by the Episcopal ians 'of
~hat nleighlboorhood, genceroftsly aided
ay the frienads of other denomnina.
- Beci inl ttt helIiti Snt(0
Unclo1 SOam, has b~ees enough to
~ivc usi all a sting !Thore aro two
milhlion beo hives ini the United
States. Every hive yields on an
average 'a lhttle ever twenty-tIwo
pound~sof honey at twenty-five cents
a pound. So, that after paying their
own board, our boos present us with
a revenue of over 9,,8,800,0003. To
present- it another way, they make1( a
clear gilt of over a pound of pure
honey to every man, womaan and child
in tihe vast, domain *of tho United
States. Over twenaty-three and one0
thlird million pouindi of wax mnadoe
and given to us by thoso industrious
workers. The koopin of'bees is 0130
f the most profitax 10 inveOstmen~ts
that our people can mnalie of 't~heir
money. The profits arising from tb6
sailo of surplus honoy averages from
fifty to two hundred per cent, of the
' isl itlid.
It in roported by N Ne w t'r r1, a
por fliat fetish!i e:ista 0among iho
negroes of Little -Neuk,.L,. 1. 4 fuw
eveuiug sinee; it ;s maid, a Mr. Wal
tera 'Ail 'two frieands were driving
home iI a wagol, wha1 j 'ij pa sSing il
barn brilliantly lig he witu la ps,
they heard malny strango voicei.
Through the crevice of the door ther
saw eight colored meu and wom114,
with bowed heads, kneeling around -
large can or urn liled with burning
oharcoil, upon which a young kid,
with bleeding neck, Jay roast ing.
Lno elderly mmber of this fana tiCa l
3ongregation bounded to hia foot as if
luddenly inspired, and strotchilng out,
is arms and clasping his hands al
erantely,sobbed forth, '( ivo us baick
he spirit of thy prophets who aro
Done h1omC. Scnd us down the he Lrt.
nd souls of A braham and laiah
and Moses and Aaron. We want Io
e foreivaried of the Mesiah's comI
u1g. ', thou cteri)a (God of lo..es."
Vt thia sone cast up their eyes and!
roaned, and foll on their faces to.
vard the roasting kid - nud burning
Ono Brown who was clad in a long
Vhite gown, and who was the hi;gt
riest of the occasion, walked ulp to
he Sacrificial kid and staunched it.
Iveck with a piece of whito lim.
10 theu oalled upon tho pro.strato)
irclo to 'rise to their kocos, and pl
od upon the forehead of eaulh 1ho
>lood stained cloth. This ingita
lone, he knelt. himseil, kissed tic
loth, placed it uponl his forehc:ad,
ad then burned it in the liro. Browil
hen removed ;.'- long white gowa,
,id taking a .0irt it ick from the pillo
f botghtsi and biranches inl a corner
f the ban, ho fuoiiada circle vith
t. around the roasted 'id, and I hii
ast it, intotlie urn of caarooai. Thi 1
coined to be a well-knowusignal, for
lie worshippers arose, and. goil'ag
lowly and solenipy to the pilo, on-Ah
ook a bough or branih, awl rot utn-i
ig as orderly ae they 7on1t, tLi;aw
horn upon and ;tround tho fire. Th
laze wass scou n'c .1., yard higbranid
rayers, liosatmamI moatns, and ejana
itions, minglod with th crackling of
ti fuel. Tho'servicen closed witlli i.
uript u:l1 offuring i> the "(God vr
tilt in it C Cillull's Sitvings Ihin k
Sitting in ciftamlers, . yesterday
udgo Carpenter read jn elabrato
pinion On t ho Git i ons' tavings anhk
1so, in hich hle hold. -I . 'hat thlb
'ourt had jurisd iction of the cat' ;
. Thiat the assets of the .bank were
gally ad rightfull.y i 'its losm..
ion ;3. ThaIt its jurisdietion was
o onstel by the ptocoodings in
anakruptoy ; 4. 'That its order mado
a the promt isos, on th 2'1d inst ., ha:
een violnted ; 5. Tl'heat the next step
aken in th'q d ininistration of thlo
ssots of the irid, ban,k is neceSsarily
Le return of Pikid asets to the cu
'ad y of the Court. ''Tho '.d udge con.
Ild by ai 0nnonn 'ig that further
ItOed inmg in tIii a cotaau bo con tiu'
util tho 1L1 instantit, when sneh
thor ordurp wilk be made ini accurd -
aeo-With, the firegoinig opinion as
aay bet deemned just and equitable.
TJhis opinion seemis to be biased
aainly~ upon dedu'ctions from the A\ ot
f Unaited Str~tea Congress, passed in
cehuar y last, . vhicha umoro clearl y
lanakrupatcy Courts. Thei postpjone
sont' of 1linal orders in the cas e in
recsuinablhy withI the view that the
'ank ch all, in theo mean ti me, maake its
caco with J1udge Cairpenter's Court,
tad return its assets to its custody.
tril a very poctnicar and unastzlova
asei J~t isi costaianly int posession~ tat
lao Bankruptcy Coaurt , and in chri
I its mniteriail ohlicer. . Judge U:' a
orator coaistrues it toe be also ini his
~ourt. In the one Cont t, the capjitalh
f the bankah tand that held in sonar of
ts branches aid the New York credli
ers are re'presenated, and miust re
eive thea justico which is dispenasedl
coording to itt;rules of proceeding.
n thae other; there is but one credi
or'anid otio conaplaitnt, and .that rot.
ande in sdieh way as, according to'tho
egal tad virsor's of the bank, to enrat
heo Circuit C~ou t to assumite juriedio~
iota. *Wo presume the batnk, 'wi.I
artdey complu~y with his Honor's' ini-~i
itioni to comoc lute hit parlor.
.We hav a~leausant little tiale to
oll of Madamae Jaanausohok,the great
lermnan actress. Four little chilhdrona,
lie younagost an infantofsig mtonthas
dhoaao parents died lately of'elohtw
ever, in Unainbridge, Ga., han;C been
rought to.Edlgefield within .tlio~ last
we days, by one of our" townasmean,,
heir unclo. On the , journoy out
ranausehoek,her troupe, the gatle-'
can, the little, or phatas, and thes tol
'ted nurs, berb alfull ow p~alaengter's.
a the tatilroad ;iuad .the "great untd
t'omantly tragedienane seeing thme pooral
nta~t ini distros, io'ao and Tiaestedl
SsO tia taike care of it'a untaIl they
hould' part. ' Ad we are iiaInfrme
.1 at bhe did it effectually and ini thc
Uidato ts 0mannor..- itdar E/i d A d..w