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THE- T1-WETLY HERAL
- B E r v, S C.
TU1MAY XOR1fG$ AY 18, 186
The interngn peviiling between. the
Srf&nder of our-armies, and the change t&t is
to come over u, has been such, that newspapers
coold- make but little - advance. Conkasion
an excitiment, bordered upon chaos, we eould
get no mais-at least nothing reliable. No nails
frdm Chester-none from abov-e or below. caused
s to iuspend fora few issues. We isue to-day
and will endeavor to do the best we can until
rail facilities are open to-us.
WWe- have had the pka ure -for Pevera'
dap past of the conipany of a nuinber of printers
and editors from the rank and file of Lee's Pnd
Johnston's armies on their way home. Among
th &:a es Mr. J. T. Scoti of the MonEgohierv
lail, a ntlnan by tie way who was in
ttrumeal in establishina the currency of the
Newberry Bank in the West soine years ago.
Yirrivgton of the Columbus u1, MInghum of
the Coungtr 4 Gentlerpan, and others,whose names
we can not now recal. We wish Them well.
We are- requested to call attention to the loss
of a paper package etntAining a great variety of
surgical instruments, the private property of Dr.
J. J. Chisolm. The package was taken froni th
Medica Pa"eyor's re at the College, * on
Thursday afternoon. Es these instrnnentm ca
be of.no- use to the party who took them of, Drt
Chobawould coitsder it a great favor if they
beretatned to ,the College, and deliveted to the
cae 4f Pi. McIktosh, who wi- take care of them
fo the owner.
oM a pLtheric- and awfully ..redurdant
e4erency'a few days ago, we are suddenly re
dteed to none at all. - Thiwstate of things is. too
bad, and will weigh heavily upon the -masses,
also -the traveling puflic, many of whom have
nothing braVofederate notes and cannot carry
salt, fHour, popk, itc., along to <efrav their ex
We wr*e complimented with a serenade
Friday night, by the young gentlemen com~
posing GenAbarp's Briadie Band, who sojourned;
for a few daygiu our Village. ,The msio wi
charming. he performances evinced a degree
of.talerit gnd cultur6 rarely excelled.
WCharlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, and An.
gusta, gre alt garrison6d by Federal troops.
There,were none at Chester, at I'st aecourw&
Gen. Upton Is benrn!lieved from command at
* Augusta. re have not learned- the name of his
ODiERED To ABIGoN T Aiken
* 0 left the.city suddenly on Thursday morwning, en'
*board. Genera. Jefrey's steamuer,. with orders to.
report immediately to WasMngton.-darleston
eourr, Aril 28.
g|rAn Irish fourn ecommends the immi
gptes of the poor, hard working laborers frozu
tA new style of "playinig eard$' are in
troduced: Colonels wR1- remo've Kings. The
Esjor-is high to any Jack in Chisitendom
~~e are-told that the. enmacipation pro
claaigcn waus published in Augusta a few days
* ago. ________
* -*'3000O in specie belonging to the Bank of
Charleston, fell to the raiders in Greenvlle, also
a quanitty of gold watches anid rare old wine.
* 0in- Anderson the treasury department
was annlijated, every press broken. Mr. Gourdin
lost a quantity of valuable wine.
S~ enator'Foster, of Conn., a descendant of
Xiles Standish, is Vice President of the -United
gThe fair recently advertised in aid of
St. Luke's .Church is for th e present pettponted.
* ~~ John Wflkea lRooth, was killed-in Caroline
-County, Va., on the 26tli of A pril.
,It is expected that by 1st of Junv, einbond
* andWashington will l,e connected by rairoad.
g tThec U. S. war debt is $3000~),000,00.
'The Libby prison contained, yesterday, up
wards of 8000O Confederate. prisoners-militaIT,
political and civii but they are being released.as
fast'as the papers necessary 'to their onditions
of -release can be maade out.
* -~~ . Gen'. Forrest's cavalry 'i announced, in North
een pnpers of A pril. 10th, to havg been complete
ly wuted near Tuscealoosa, Alsa5g Gen. Wila.~o
* T1ge Ifitter hgd a foiee estimnajd at 15'000)
Giv' -ro hEz Sounnas.-Tihnes of peace and
plente will soon be upon us. To those of our
cit rsens who have a large quantity of suppies
; on hind zsay, gre of your abun dance to
the ibe4io. 13elibeftly end ceterfuy.
AsDgnor, S C. May 10th, !565.
*1 B .rr.-n c gnsquenc of the ,derange
ment of the"naile, I did -dot receire your letter
vntil -a day or two pgo. Since your letter was
written, everihay;rwded -en eachdether *a
rapid sue'esvion ; but -a you UCs it, I Wil
very briefly give you,- withAt resete, m views
of the present state'ef-he country.'
The surreu'der of the armies under Generals
Lee atid Johnston, clbses the existence qf the.
Confederate Gover=nent,. and renders further
resiitanet to the authorities 4[ the United States
Geri Johnsten,.; a his offcial telegram, to Gov.
Magrath, says-t. "I made thik Convention (with
'n. Shermanr.) to spare the ~blood of the -gallant
..ttle :army committed to me -to prevent further
suffering to- our people by the devastation and
ruin inevitable frgm the marches of ir.vading
a.-nes, and- to avoid the crime o waging hoplen.
We have, then, the highest military authority
for conelading, that -ny urther prosecution of
the war,. by us, irould. be tn act of desperation
We are exhausted .n the gigantie struggle im
wijeb we hive been. eagaged; and howevel
inndtlR&Ling it may be 'to our pride, we must.
We have left, neither me oney, credit,
arms, ordnaUce, qt;arteras or.comissary
stores. How then can wer continue the contest ?
If we attempt it.oar effcrts o injurt'the enemy,
for the,want ofe aU material ofewar, will prove
attert impotent; and will certainly. bring
fuPther ruin and desolation upon our own peopke
The suggestion that the war may and wiHl--.e
coh'inued in. the Trans-3ississippi, and our na
tionaht! the'reby secured, is entirely- delosie.
It the joint strength and resources of all the
States, consAtuting the Confederaey,. have been
nverbeln;ed by the power of the AUited States
how is it possible for Texas, Arka"sas. and par
of Louisiania, to maintain Wi0h 'success the
.Equally delusive and far more disastrous, is
ie idea that the contest van be continued by
guerilla warfare. Once b6gun, all Ae bonds and
safeguards' of cvil iociety are broken, rnd mur
der, robbery and. plunder, -are introduced into
every bouV. They will have no supplies,upog
which to subsist, except. such' as they plunder,
mainty fro.n the people they preess to defend.
tav henven deliver us fromagnerilla warfare!
What tien is the proper ecrse for the People
of this State to pursue? W- have failed. to-es
tablisi o1r n. *nality After a loik and bloody
struggle. Th aris of the Vhitcd States ae tri
umphan.t, which demnonst'a tes their fpower, to
enforce upon us their lawp and nationalityg' anid
can there be any wrong 'or dishonor in our ae
eepting the facts as they exist, and yield1irg obe
dence to.their authoritf? . Nave 'we any alternt.
ti-re before ng ? ,It has'been showni that we can
not resist their power; why'then fruitlesly can
test it further') ' -
IVy,decided conriction, is. thia the. people of
the State shouild wilon* further conteit or ques
~tion, and in good faith, sbmit to tlie laws arnd
athority of the.United.States.
I thiuk it'would 'be wise, for the Gorerner at
one to contene the Iegislitgre, and that boly,
doubtless, -would take sneh .aeti-on, as would re
lieve every eitir.tr fromh any embarrassipent in
pu'rs4ling the course suggestUd.
In the meantime while wre 'are in this'-tranei
tion state, and until the, legislature .meets, the
Geeror might by proclamation, order all State
tiocps to be disbanded, except for public pur
poses &nd to presere law and order in.their re
spetive localities ;. andabso, advise the people to
yied obedience to the- gs .and autoiyo h
United States. -toiyo h
I am very truily yo'rs, &c.,
JAMES 1L ORE.
Hon. W. W. BQYCE, Winn3&0ro, . C
We learn tha.t immense anass meetings hare
been held at the North, urging peace anid con
tiliation. Without both; there is not t foot of
land occupied by the cremy that will not becorse
a perfect hell.
The Federal Gbneral>Schofield conands the
departmnent of iNoi-th Cirolina. General Terry
ha.s be6n appointed' Military Governor, and has
issued a -proclamatiion. emancipating'the slaves i
Tbe New Oileans True Delta claims to. have
ofrcn intelligence that Gen.- Rheagena, come
n1ariaing. the chief army f J,uarez in. Centrnal
Mexic~o, has abandoned The contest, and his
~whte arny.has given up fighting and. returned
The stock of cotton ity Liverpool is 'now
three hundred and ninety-three thousand nine
hundred arnd eighty bales,, or mote than dou.
ble what itnwas in September, 1863, and tore
than four times what it ras in September,
The French"re preparing f.o "squmat" -in
Lower Califo-nia, having sent nut a scientific
omnission to uxp!dre that reion and eXam
iin into the i -ra1l-ant.icctura2 reso~aca
Garesp1AE.y n na.
W~e have ulwaykke a n ardentad~q~
this isMstrioUshieai.. lB us 461ii orp
.ihis cgntiuent, eith t~Ii qultof great'
con1aan'dd? or int4 @piracferitt if reiky
puis.tdon Thr~ e4aind g. report, and.
I even when the viti oefi agran, injustice, he
has been firm In Mu adheiowtw the cause of his
couaty. Some people may. blame him for his
late surrendes. Such a proceeding w4uld be in
sensate folly. Ubder existilg-orcumstnces, had
he not surrendered, North Carltn.86uth Caro
lina, Florida and Georgia would have been, y
fall, as -desolate and. devastated as the Carnatic
after the terible raid of llyder Ali. Our entire
wheat erop would not have'sufficed to foragi the
Yankee cavalry, even had they marched through
our ceuntry in the most peaceble manner, and
b-October our women and children would have
been dying of famine., The alternative was a
very bitter one, but Gen. Lee and Gen. Johnston
have both acted from dictates'of wise, dignified
and philanthropic patriotism. Thesetwo veteran
captains deserve our manliest sympathy, but not
mne word of blame.
IL-BREEDING-Il-breedng. sajs the Abbe
Bellegarde, is not a single defect, its the result
of many. It is sometimes a gross igorance of
decorum, or a stupid indolence, wich. prevents
us from giving toothers what rs due t1 them,
It is a peevish malignity which iclines sdo
oppose the incknatiois of thoe with whom we
converse. It is.the eonsequenee of *foolish
anity which hath no cdmplaisnue for any
other person; the effect Qf i proud and whim
sical. humor which sours above all the rules of
!'ility; or, lastly,itis produeed by a me*cholY
turn of mind which panpers itself with arude
and disobliging behavior.
Mrs.. O'Kne, tbe fair respondeitin thea
im=ous London diverce suit of O'KW &, v. Pal
merston has arried.i.n this counr. withS the
intention of lecturng on the manners, tastes
and-habits of the English ristocray.
Alexander of bssis and his w#e.are in the
South of France for their heakh, and it is in
timated that the C2sr'willmneet the Freneb
I Emperor soon at Nice where, no donot, they'll
tl6over great mattersi
Tie United States vavy is at.onde t6 be re
'duced- A portion of the regular 'vy n vessews
are to be laid up., The merchantien usidin the
sprice are to be sol&
To oR Crmv.1&-Every thing yeu can d6.
fz assist the soldiers on their way h;ime shoud.
be done promptly and cheerfully.
Fell asleep in Jesus, on thei morhing of the
lath of Aprit.1865, a little after- eunrisej at her-1
AMther's residence, MAPr Asx Moisa, aged $4
years; 3"mnonths, and 2 dayrs. *
In early life she 'on tct erse1f with thii
Nvatgelical. Lutherai- Chure, and continued a
steady and -coninstent member thereof ul-Cel the
hour of her death. --
She was e dutiful daughter, aistefetoate sis
ter, a kind anid generous friend,- She wan i.erj
ready.to aidin any engrise cenpact.ed with theI
iterests of -the Churich; or the spread'of Ibe Re
deemePse Kingdonn The, distressed ever found
in her a deep'symtpa*%er did helper. She.a
ever ready to- uclieve thte uff'ering-and tieedried~
the best of her a.bilky. Indeed, so getaetous and
kind was ies dispositiod, the ~ few k, eher but
Shie professed faith in dg Redepiner of sinners
a number of years before be* depftture--telbrg.
conscious that'God, fpr'Christ's~.sake; had par.
doned her sias, and was-thereby etnsIfed to " re-i
joice with joy unspeakrable and fulLof glcerf."
For several months preyIinto her deparuere,
~she manifested a desire to- depart this hfeg,d t
be with Chris&. This desire. .was'occasOind on,
account of gur national diffl6utties. 3And 'ien
the raid of rebruarylast passed over the pQrtiolv
of' our State just below Iier. fa&ler's. residene;
she becamne greatly alarmedl, fearing the couse-a
qecstat might ensune. -Since that time, fear
ing that-some great national judgment was about
to. fall iupon .oar dstractedicouintry, she longedy
and E confidently believe that she praye4to be
delivered from these earbly. trialq. She remtark
ed to her sister ahd some of her assocrates, see
tim before -her departure, that she would rath4erl
dietanlive under the $ate of afairs eisting at~
the timue--that she did ast; fear diath, as Bshe was
folly prepareilito die. Her father asked her~ a
short time befoN her4bath, if eewas willing to
fdie-she ariswered hint that uhewabSi8he-died
with scaree a liiruggle. a, - .I
She leaves an.amilee fa aisttler an
roLher, together with many riends and abiuain
auces, to motirn hier loss, But whild wre havie
been caused to mourir with poignant sorrow be
cause we have been so sorely afileted and be-~
reased ogx account of her death, w~e con'fidezntly
believe (and ..re -consoled thereby, "that our
great lfoss -is her eternal gain." -The occasion
was imtprovedgby Rev. T. S. Boinest, who -deliv
ered an appropriate address faom Eccles. is; 10
..R~Jeuiesce iz pace, 0 soror!
O, dear sister ! thon has 'left us,
In all out- grief and sorrow here; -e
iht we know Go,d has baref. us,
And Hlecan save us from despair.
hW1ile on earth we fondly loved thee,
*In all thy love and friendship shasted;
But now in glory thou wilt be,
Where -neithe~r pain nor woe as feared.
No more on earth shall we enjoby
* hy smiles arid friendship ever Meet -
But in Heaved~s peace without alfoy,
There thou shalf walk the goldeunptreet
OLoresg us tc Tliy will,
eat oegand serve TIhee stitl,
Andte heda Hmetape-r
Cor.UXDZrL May bk
7eNtOGFer.. ertie Civi
rpz eessation et hostEiie tendemi ~
.1 that the Civil Government of the~~;.
should be restored without delay, snd thatl -.
furnctions of tbg -severali depa?tment- *bould
at conee reamd.1 To .tha end; 'all :oicse
the-State,. whose ogices havgbeeng kepti go~
inmbia,.-wiF with alI .cdvenit~ ~proI1ftitd~
return to-that plae, firopen *6eitel ai
BIy tha;Governtor . A . E
Official: W.. van Col,-ah
- - . -1- 4
IAm-sh?iorized.by the Mayof of Cole Z*tO
hire wagos, and:pay for- them i-S
hauTproisions from .e eY Newbeiry depot t
shurers e Colrombia, who ar-'iy a most 4
tune dndition. al en .
es A - T-A. B1cI CW-,
mat ce1e A' itm
JR?TERY na a all parties nloL to tee8 eij
N. TeBby M e to11(;tE*. 1U '
foralThonWan.1!7 ara , an 6
eotc has reen pd. .,
1 A80ST ORY triin Mn G
ood, AbIlRDskic , on: shefrMay e Adae
g*erag6via&re regn edf .tda -
8ufrerwslt br oughbit a o ilde n c.I
t ute.A Rdt. E1 eon e
a 1w- e t. IUEt * it4M
Dr 'egshwJ gt o,Ln. n oc d a
wIft: teesle prompdy a tod to
..p MAINirrT NOTN.a"'O
- a i
i Si t SA41ose ORw J~rT C R
fir Tt~.AIDb A IW$~~f'
W A TED
Tu I( 3ardo House, ssirkinds'of p'o4teN
~K hich. .ash wiIe be . perd a~
P HJ. Eina,d the larw hiek h~t~
lJnuowo s the. j'arer's Botel ; alida
Lierr&able; ad haiagtaen out Lie t.w
a Pie;lc Tavern,, wIIi endeavor-to esrvv" fu~ -
liotet 1it?ineFs tus well as le iecoate 4
ties, under the name of the
hoNgtleeie lbealpatroumg $es
wil.be.supplied ith the best-ti. madket SfaI*&
Roi-wish cain;eomfortablebed, mie -
gebd lqubr; sn4 Sa ble .thodi tlgMt
9 - .
'1 wer1y occupied and. knw as t Y~
ffeeof G. G.lDeWalt,.Esqr..
NETWRERRY, C. IL So. Cas, Oct 14 -3
/Tithe Bacon. ,
N or TITRE BACON wD1 d sek
the diffcuIy of trnprtto to the a,t~ 4
Jo*It Belief Conii ee* have.
fJ. th. Butwr ofo0R s o~k6 .
w. P. P TZC atd4n -~
The ibds teuee geathisin will reeive -se
forwarfd "lirindwhether et pr.viisi
er 1ony-aintlobte LT a W