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*:$~o t~sonlyjast yearth at he Wyas
- ~ q~ee t~ Gransler o: frontier r.gi.
ent wasn annhila-ted in anOexp'.
pon oneTurlsh frontier- he himsl es.
i~~ pqot miaculoosfy. in a shower
$.bais.'~he segret of his influenc~e oY.
- ~a~et a.$a' that he is Croatiarid p'roud
to one, at, a his neies: are turned
toward one object--to procure for hisa-.
Jion that ostion in Hungasry .whlc they
m ; ;e speaksthe diiectiof t epea .
it s the language or my, beloved
aotiser," (he said to me one day)- "a'd *I
ap proud tat I can .speak it."y Their
an and their general,3 'e converses with
hI$~roats, and tells them thingsithey had
sever dreamt of--viuions of shonor and
glory. h is no wonder that when he a.
pears etery ey is turned upon him-that
they listen, openmouthed; to whai, he
appears, every eye is turned upon. him
that they listen, open-mouthed, to what he
and that they are ready to follow
to Buda, .Pesh,-Vienna,or. Milan.
When they see him they shoutiheir. en.
thesiastic "Zivio,"(let.hlm livef) and will
blfow hini anywhere.
The Hungarian ho figure so con.
SpIcuou n thIe German wars now go
,ngon in .urope are the subject-of much
The population of the kiingdom of~Sun.
er ininga larger proportion of
yara than is usually su posed co.n
itst. ofeome 1,000000 souls. Oa hese
o.arly 5,000,0.0 are Mgyars; and there
also.are il 1,000,000 of Germans who
iose with them.---Next comes
ahu ,000,000 of Wallachines, who are
of Italian ori in; 800,000; and the residue
ppmpoed of Solavonian1 vi: near 200,.
000 81vwsokd to the north, 500,000 Sus.
k in the centre, and about1,500,000
ans and Servians in the south. The
4 eptitution was decidedly riristocrat
o1, the only electorbeing 260,000 nobles
:of tlhefree cities. .Yet they of theomselvi
es abrogated the law, whe, did not; inm .
poe any tax on the nobles, and likewise,
lit. 1840. pljoed all religions pon an
equalt manais, Greek a nd alvin
ist, of whichc.reed nearly 2,500s.000
pf the Magyars are, and the same also for
the Jews. Such being the case when the
revolution of March took placee at Vienna,
they wrongfully,. as before stated, agree
ing to supprt the Emperor against Italy,
-obained fo m him, when a fugirive at
ilunsprauk, his assent to their having a
pinistry-separate from Vienna, in whieh
ministry Kossuth has-since taken- so pro.
-mlnent apart.. The.'Diet therr enfran
chised all males of 21 -years within the
realmiand a most extended tenant right
.rgs given to all the farmers of that for
tile soil. Thus ended all the fictions of
oppressIon practised by the Magyar on the
S olavonian race. They have oflered
them perfect equality with themselves;
and, but for the ntrigue of :hecourt partyv
prfect contentment would have followed.
Such is the pole and such the present
constitution, -which the camarilla seek
again to reduce to 'he beaureaurilla do.
mination of Vienna, lhy means of Jellach.
* ch anid the Croat borderers from the Mil
Itary-fcontjer. So at least says a zeal
hu ee ro iseutye.N Y.
cTIOLId CHUlRCH IN THE UNI
The New-York Herald Nays-We. Un
eferstand that a general convocation of the
catholic church in the United States has
Beieniealled and will soon be held in. we
tielieve, the city of Baltimorei.i the State
Maryland. .If'our informaion.ie- cor
we should think that the opening of
i ognyention would furnish an excel.
~~oppornty for devising a remedy to
~JJ~ ije cthoic clergy of this country
'oti ous Iiionvenlences- which arise
from the aieries of a hierarchy ot that
igjargh, and i4 dtishlrent of canon
* A child of Mr. Upham. who-, kees a
odnidtionaiy sho near the foot of Win
throp street, in this town, was smotheredi
to deh on Friday-morning. The child
a g1the mornhn on ashbed sup6n a
bdiedand forgetful of the
thdtorned the- hed.aup. li1
* ~~ut ia~i*booer-the bed wss taketr
4b~a~~d~h child found dead,' It wvaa
d R m -4t'',hfisii
T16m ifCU di l6e&.
pto o o ge.
Wocue on - 2 he t thw
2tand o:i sbcribers los he par of
ths p'rivio3iinte~ Thd M arievll~e and
Bishopville yacks 6 ~ s tfitebind
and we hope the 'did so.Our pap d 8
the distributin office Adnap t te their.
fore the'fasit is not otbes Juutze o otgr sub.
sinbers. sd ourselves ompels us to make
this statementfoywe h e been injured'bg
thri and similnr ocu neds We hope Ihat
a carelesness and. ttention will pot
It gives us pleasure to quote a small
advance in price, the latest unais ir'Charle.
ton being at f'rg-p u cnts. Tiis
was cnused. hy' iue rection of hvorable
neows f'rom Europe6
Capt. E. M. AzDasonsof- this District; on
the 24th inst., was elected.Major'of the Up.
per Battallion' of the 44th Regiment,. S. C.
NE POST UTE
Messrs. STUCKY 5qRooEs, contractorw,
laey be etb bi ofo W i~ b ve,
via Shiloh, to Bethlehem, and rsturnink via
Taylorille to Willow Grove." Mr Cmns
TPIWA PLAYE1 s postmaster t I, and
Re 'Fa'n on RuisA t thleh -e
name or the postmaster t Taglorsvile is not
BIBLE .AND DANN\E~ IWRS EYTA.
TION TO .iIEj N O EPR
ANCE. *N FTMfR
On the'evening of the 24th, agreeably to no
ties, a large audience aesembled in the Meth.
odist Church-in this place, to witness the
prebentation or a bible by Mr..Taui. Tupper of
Charleston, in behalf of the ladles-of Sumter.
ville, and or a banner by the same from Mrs.
Tupper, to'the Sumter Division, Sons or
The proceedings of the evening were open.
ed with prayer by; the aplain of.'Nli Divi..
an, the Rev. Noah Graham. Mr. Tupper
then arose and addressed the Rev. T. B. Rus
sell, the representative appointed to receive
the bible, remarking at the outset that he
came to present heaven's best and 6oliest gift
from heaven's first and Joveliest gift, and pro.
eeding in chaste, dleliberative and impressive
style in regand to the: occasion, the body to
which the presentation wa. making, the do
nors, and the sacred volume,- fromn;*hich 'the
principles and spirit of the Order were deriy
ed as the foimndaitfofIV ihtlly 71 and
good will to men. He1 as the G. P. W. P.
of the Order in this ftater was pleased to call
the Sumter Division the "banner division of
the State," and sexhorted them to bear aloft
the principles of the Order as the moral ban
ner of temiperance. The bible was presented
in due form, and Rev. Mr. Russell, the reci
pinet for the occasion, rose to resipond. He
addressed his remarks, after a few words to
the Iadies, to Mr.,Tppper, speaking of him as
a most appropriate representative of the fair
donore, and' as onembloes persuasive eloqu
ence had already sped tieicause or temper
ance ihr this district. To the ladies he next
addressed many snund, thoughtful andl im
pressive rem irks in regard to the sacred' vol..
umne presented~ ami the eatse in which the
Order was engagedr as the "cause of all man.
kind." Ini conclusion, he promised, in be
hafi'of the division, the higir appreciation
which such a gift from suchienora deserved,
and presented their qiankls fprucoh a gItagd
sucha an honor. ..
*The Sumter Brassl Band, at the conclusion
of this ceremony, varied the proceeding. by
*Instrumental music, which wasn also done pre-~
vious to and at the conclusien of the exer
Next camne the-ceremony of presenting~ tfie
banner. Mr. Tupper, brought forward a
*beutiftil banner, the work of his fair, lady,
and, in hername, presented It to the-Division.
We nseed scarcely. remark that his address
was eharactaikic of the man. aam iglrel.
waymesms~a "~Mmi~s~l *n1d
an absete- passed in userd fntolh
-toil; ian be retumeduo
firm ni (itdaf6til
.the largaEguns -nial
famiie for fedncueikine
mnay rep thfe bent eez~
joyed from~ this sourcp h th
The beautiful and i en ehysitut h
projxiedd'iaadem Tin / s V h
ning'through this District foaf albotIti
tion it,is not'' - '
the id, n,., leint It hastevte
of the landespo qcnfafd ~lJaj
valley. Should the, p
unrdoabi to bei~fhi ie
patronage frihemlholw ?onutry jrtiouliij
in the summer time " '
Frequently have. e IIr ad
temporary uojourgen~ ip that ~rt of sji.
tric reneark withrdeligbionghiig
and pleasant infnaces ofithpfan va
there expereed'on tii yh ical end4'e
'tal' fraine&.-Ieili'tjiid, a' ni1st irnulfo t
object isecre a iort
is had tot those. hil eeng nogyb~in
tlit purpose1 and'numbers of 'hgl eseti
able anfd intellianfahnlies'~itj
jner4tiere, resiling at dfitpj"Wt.j ,
and-thus aff'ordieg tho pieasiarom of-.sjgey~l
0that is deuired IL.would be diIfeOltsreet
a more suitable'loontion, a itlive
bl~i that' nothsingg n
tion of so beneficial a desg ,aitIa).
o into operation as: soonias sibl ht
academf formnerly ehtitbjishtd thetidnid~u
success, until.thee oacurrento.f tawftwela
and unpleasant events' made- its discontiit.c
ance advisable. We hob for a
iny for this, and for d er aor adue
-For the Banner. :'
Mr. Editor:Jn lookingoir 'he gteo- -8 f
news in the Baner'ofto'.. b vee anr i
cie under the had'of 'ea'o ~r"aqrun'
ning throngl it'ndice, the' the'arough.
t a f r. LH yngle, and i be extend
ed in the Same *nanne.6' i:Poad running
crosswoise to Pocutaligo." ::That 'road Mr.
Editor,.will runjin aery awkwfrd and pro
voking, manner across mylan4, and id
estimation wil greatly diminish its v-alue"i
am opposed to it altogether. -An attemptwas
made t wo or three year. ago before the Board
of Road Commniss.oners'to~push the road In
the direction now allddelto, I then oppo-.
sed ltand the ivnrthyehiairramanof, thitt'Boa d
remarked tht the scheme, upon
sian, could not, asicot-ding to the laws o the
land, he prosecuted.
Without dwelling lupon 'reasons whichI
feel to be conclusive, why I donot wishto be
isolated bythe establihment of su-i Airoai,
I will say; thatI.el rather disp s'6
my place than tooc-upy the unpleasant posi
tioan of being an opr.se -
I amh Sir Your Very, Respettflly,
22 10 I. & ,' -,
- ."A . WA8WI~G DY.'
Aifr. sditor-- e ind riei'1e nre,
who valuei themselvd'i uYon othe qtlity
others. whot flatter the mselves upwn the
possesion of anioher. Each f ufl .p
sort-of temple with ita, peouliarsidol,for
our suecret wvorshaip.
In vaous numbers of your journal we
hn~ea seyn pulishtei, "Lsuersfror fri
da,"' (No. 2 especially.) by' "Spithira,'"
us lie 6reves hinself,. in wvich 'hb .
lions a determilnntion sto .conttuo' suoh
communloatlons. ea. him:1 '?Ilwshalj
tauke un early oucesion to inform your rea.
ders-of niang othet:snhjeo(n'ofitorest,,
health, &c." Let ut take ahe. baok i*lh
a little way, and see ahtA'o can m
out-of it. Get ua thro' fb- or alI( b
have been throwvnr qnoa :.-w2l
all0(ndmit thole a n
niavigable, ani with -lngen shige u~
den."'-(.Wie, i the idlr, muni
Let jtaltied6 be dftheo M n
theQ largt boats on ti QJ yds
ral ocuamlons delereu
'rT , "
idei IaMi A
staq te sjijj''
mentionedain- oneap ate f alte
M.e EorTiiobtr adft dep oui.
i i,1h , i~r
me hoe~n'' pt~t. a,~1t~
chrch~no abdytot#hadep1 nu.
five giMeighL, a I
chusc :n w ty *I - .
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