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SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Charleston, B. C, May 19,1872.
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and Georgia Railroads. This is the
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comfortable and cheap as any other route
to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.*
Louis^and nil other points West and
Day and Night Trains connect with Char
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JL YEAR, 1873, will begin July 1st, and end
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COL. A. COWARD,
June 1,1873 1? It
THE HAUGHTY BEAN HUMBLED,
thaksi.atkd from tue french j1y t. WJ88.
'?The greater the crime, the more horror it ex
Yea niny publish my remorse, my crime, my
In the city of Lisbon, ther'o existed for
a long while, a'great antipathy, between
tho families of Suarez and DeSUga; but
finally, peace licing established among
them, it was resolved, iu order -to ?eiuent
the two families' rii/qro closely, fcy the
marriage of Elvira and Emanucl, sole
heirs of those celebrated families. After
all the preparations were made for this
happy.event, and they were only waiting
for thp ar. pointed day on"which' they wore
?to be madohappv ; Balthazar DuLnmn,
n man of great fortune, proud ,of Jiis
riches and of the inlluenco ho enjoyed .it
court, wishing to illustrate his rininc,
came aud presented himself to the family
of Suarez. :
After having in vaiu made several
efforts to succeed, he fiuully had recourse]
to his sovereign, and obtained a great
recommendation, with the dignity of
Vice-Roy of India, as a present for his?
nuptials. Tho parents of Elvira, bad
not the courago to oppose the will of the}
prince; they consented, with great re
gret Tho proud DeLama, triumphed
at hi3 victory.
Emanucl however, did not nilovf this
affront co pass without forming the de
sign of avenging himself. Being trans
ported as much by love as by anger, he
gave way to npprobious terms agains:
his rival, finally they drew their sword<$
and fought. DeLama, weaker and lesji;
skilful received- two wounds, and wouj?:
havc been killed if ho had not had the
.^Istance of several persons that i ?
. Furious about his defeat, he repaired
immediately to Court, lodged bitter com
plaints against DcSuzaj calumniated him
indignantly, and ended by having him
confined in prison. He was tried for his
life, found guilty and sentence of death
pronounced against him. Elvira, had
no sooner heard of this news, then, being
besot by the most frightful despair, she
resolved to save the unfortunate man, to
visit DeLama, herself.
Altho' her parents had consented to
her union with DeLama, sho had posi
tively refused up to that tin\o to give her
hand to a man that she mortally hated.
The cruel DeLama, took advantage of
the occasion to conquer her resistance ; bo
exacted from her that their marriage,
and that alone, would save Entail?tU'?
In vain she represented to him, tho in
surmountable aversion she had for him ;
in vain sho reproached him for his want
of delicacy, and his barbarous obstinroy,
hut bis heart was untnovable. The un
fortunate Elvira, to save the life of her
lover Emanucl, was compelled to ugn
her name to those frightful conditions
which were dictated to her and this to
The nuptials were celebrated with jErcat
magnificence, and DeSuza ohtainei his
pardon ; but he was released only, iftcr
Elvira and her husband, had startet for
India. As soon as the new ViceRoy
had arrived in his government,, hi tin
supportable pride, caused every oe* to
bate him. His cruelty, and the badness
of his heart, irritated tho inhabiants,
who soon rebelled against him. Evira,
however, by her humanity and thoacet
ncss of her maimers had become tb ob
ject of love and admiration ofallhdia.
Tho comparison between this co?phjonly
rendered tho husband more odids ; a
ciroumstnuce, however, did not pfcyent
the increasing of the h itred they bore
A Princess of Malabar, having been
compelled to lice from her county on
account of sonic disturbance, cftnl and
demanded of him, an asylum, all im
plored his assistance, against the pitpnd
cd persecutions of her brother, tlujving.
The beauty of this intriguing \nnun ;
her charms, her captivating nuincrs,
and more than all, tho titlo of pneess,
soon won tho soul of tho ambitus and
proud Vice Roy. Ho conceived much
love for her, anil his passion wn sucli^
j . . ; ??
tl)ut, not satisfied with treating Elvira
vth coldness, and afterwards with con
tempt, ho kept her shut up close in her
riuartment. This evil treatment, could
?|)t be kept long concealed ; it became
fc&blie, and excited an Universal indig
nation; there was much loud murmuring;
rat DeLama quite occupied with his
uoV love, did not trouble himself nbout
'fhat they could say of his criminal infi
nity, and of his barbarity.
On his part, Emanuel Deza, could no
longer bear the pain of being separated
'?'Mil the one bo loved the most in the
jfforld, determined to start secretly, with
jfiVO friends, for India.
? Having arrived at Goa, he heard of
jjjho barbarous treatment towards Elvira,
'?i^f how much she was thought of by the
nple, and of the indignation which tho
pte conduct of DeLama caused^in their
hearts, and of tne conduct of the Princes:
SCUis news, severely wounded his heart;
\in a moment of auger, bo would have
^tnisbed tho guilty and avenge the op
pression of his wile; but ho foresaw the
Spcril to which bo exposed her, the suspi
cion that would be framed against her,
I the shamo on her character at Lisbon if
she was suspected of being an accomplice,
so he moderated his views and took others
more effective and less dangerous. He
charged one of bis friends to enter the
house of the Vice Roy and to be received
as one of the servants of Elvira. 1 Ic ap
pointed another, to. insinuate himself
with tho Princess, to find but what the
guilty couple would do with tho unfortu
nate prisoner. It was not long, before
he found out the infernal plot, they had
formed, to destroy her. DeLumn, blind
ed by a criminal passion, burning with
the desire of seeing himself united with
a person of the1 royal blood, being con
tinually solicited by this perfidoius wo
man, resolved to execute the abominable
project of poisoning Elvira, and of after
bo had conceived lie mon cnni;?,?We$K:
In fael the poison w^ns presented to her;
happily, tho unfortunate creature was
told of it in tune.
The neu's of this horrible attempt soon
spread over the whole city and reached
the court. The fninds of the people al
ready angered, could not contain their"
indignation, a shivering of horror showed
itself in every one, none feared io expose
bis fury, the peoplo rebelled, they laid
scigo to tho palace and to the apartments
of the princess whom they murdtired;
Tho Vice Roy, irritated, ran to her
defence, but it was too late. He also
would have been the the victim to the
animosity of the people, but for Emanuel
who (fearing tho consequences) had
fought courageously, with bis two friends
tj save him. Tho proud DeLanm could
no more deny, that he owed his life to
his rival : especially when a remorse of
conscience suggested to him that he was
not worthy of living. The sorrow of
having lost the Princess, whom be loved;
the idea of bis having been tho puppct.of
his own vanity ; the shame of having his
villainy discovered ;. besides, being gene
rally hatpd by every oue, the fear that
all would reach Lisbon,, and that he
Would be rigorously punished, threw him
into an extreme consternation. He was
very soon attacked 'by a violent fever,
which in a very little while brought him
to the verge of death. It was then when
those clouds, that had hidden the trjith
from him, passed away, he perceived the
horror of bis end. Touched with tho
most truthful repentance, he had Elvira
and Emanuel brought to him, and with
tears in his eyes, said to them :
"Elvira! whom I dare no m'oro call
my wife ! I know all tho atrocity ol the
crime I havo committed against you !
what virtue! Alas ! I havo so long
oppressed ! and in the most cruel man
ner ! Heaven at last, has bad pity on
you ; it takes from you, a man unworthy
of being thy husband. If my great riches
can make a feeble amends for the harm
I have done you, I give them freely but
will add a most precious gift to what
they need. Emanuel! I pray Heaven
may take away my life at this moment,
that life, that you so generously endeav
ored to save! I regard death, as a bene
factor, for 1 would bo a horror.to myself,
il l outlived my horror to myself, if I
outlived my evil deeds. You, alone, are
worthy of Elvira, I stolo her from you,
unjustly ; to-day, I return her to you ;
Act toward her, that she will bo as happy
in tho futuro as she has been unhappy
with me: I ask hut one favor of both of
you, it'is to forget all that has passed and.
only think'of the present moment, and
may this thoiight reuder you happy.?
Ccme, my friends embrace mo, as a sign
that you forgive hie and I die happy."
Ho thus expired in their arms," and
carried with him tho sorrow of having
disgraced his life, to tho excess of his
pride, and his cruelty.
[1'Vovi the Bohlon Globe.
A machine for, Navigating the Air.
We have at the present time in Ulis
country, a scientific gentleman who claims
to have surmounted the difficulty, and
to have established by actual experiment j
tho practicability of his plan. This gen
tleman, a Mr. AVclby, is an Englishman
of culture hnd of ample nieans, so that
the usual prefatory measuro of petition
ing Congress for an appropriation" in his
case will be dispensed with. He proposes
to construct a copper steam ship to take
the placo of the ordinary balloon, tho
entire machine to be one hundred feet
long and fifty feet wide, and shaped like
a wedge. Fastened to tho lower side of
this wedge-shaped gas receiver?which
the inventor styles a "float"?l)y a scries
of rigid bars is carried a boat, provided
with a winged screw propellor and a steel
engine of nominal two-horse power, hut
capable of being worked up to five-horse
power, and to give a niotion to the pro
peller as rapid as t ue wing of a buzz-fly.
The floor is so arranged that it can ho
turned upon the Goat underneath it, like
a turret on a monitor. Should it be as
sailed by a side wind, while scudding a
long, the float is instantly turned on edge
into the eye of the wind while tho propel
ler is carrying the whole craft across the
current of the. air, and thus producing
sufficient keel hold to keep the vessel to
\^^"^^^?X^^^ns.the leeway that
11 wo u Id o therwliieTtlnicc:?nrc-vrrgi. 24 I
oud boiler, now under process of construc
tion, when charged with water and sup
plied with fuel for a three days voyage, is
estimated to weigh not over a thousand
pounds. Tho fuel will consist of kero
sene and water gas, and Mr. Welby
claims 75 percent, economy in tho water
gas over and above tho amount of heat
j ueccsary to produce it by his process.
The float will have a net lifting power of
I 5,000 ponds, and will be perfectly gas
tight. The boat itself, according to the
model, is shaped very much like an or
dinary steam barge, with its engine and
Screw, and it will Work in tho water as
well as in the air. The whole enginery,
when complete, is estimated to cost at
I least fifty thousand dollars,
Reverence The aukd.?This duty
is explicitly taught in the Scriptures.
The aged have claims upon the young,
and are entitled to their respect and r.ev
eieuce. You may say, they are ignorant
and poor?unworthy. They are aged.
That h enough. Think of the sorrows,
struggles, disappointments, suffering,
mental and physical, endured in life's
passage, and lift your hat, young man,
and ever speak kindly to tho aged. A
few years since I asked an aged mother
to tell me the year of her birth. It was
back of '70?heforo the Declaration of
Independence. Sho had lived through
three wars; the war for our independence
and rights with England ; the war of,
1812, and our late war. I suggested
that the girls of the immediate neighbor
hood should visit and honor in some
suitable way this aged mother on her
birthday. They did so. Tho young
and aged were both benefited.'"* Honor
thy father and thy mother," is a special
command with a special promise. Rev
erence the aged?
The Louisville Ledger tells tho fol
lowing Plorv of canine sagacity; A lit
tle black and tan .terrier belonging to
Mr. Newcomb lmd followed a member
of the family to the drug store of Dr. J.
B. Barnum, corner of Fifth aud York
streets, and while on tho sidewalk a
great over-grown cur Jumped upon it and
broko one of its fore legs. Tho howls of
agony emitted by the poor littlo follow
attracted tho attention of Dr. Barnum,
and at his suggestons the dog was taken
into his stoic, and the doctor proceeded
to set the broken leg arid splinter and ban
dage it. The dog resisted the operation
with all his power, arid snapped and*
howled the wholo tihie.. The dog was
taken home, and after UU abserice of four
days returned to the store of its own ac
cord, walked up to Dr.. Brrnuni; tyag
ging its tail and whining, and held but
broken leg for tho doctor's, inspection;
An examination revealed the fact .that
the bandages end splinters, had become'
disarranged, and were evidently causing
great pain. The doctor rearranged tho
diessings, and the dog hopped &\vny.
Every day since then the dog comes reg
ularly to the storo and holds odt its leg*
to the Doctor, as much as to Bay/Look"
at that, Doctor, and see how it's getting'
along. The examination over, tho dog!"
goes home. His leg is nearly well, and
it remains to be seen whether, like many
of tho human race, as soon as ho is welj:
he will forget the physician wlio healed.'
Eauia- Rising?All the talk about
early rising is moon-shine. The habit of
turning out of bed in the middle of the
night suits some people; let them enjoy
it. But it is only folly to lay down a
general rule upon the subject. Some
men are fit for nothing all day after they
have risen early every morning. Their
energies are deadened their imaginations
are heavy, their spirite are depressed. It
is said you can work so well early in the
morning. Some people can but others
can work best at night; others again in
the after noon. Long trial ond experi
ment form the only conclusive tests on
these points. As for getting up early^'
because Professor gammon has written
letters to the papers proving the necessi
ty of it; let no one be goo3C enough to do
it. "Wc all know the model man,; a'ged
cigthy: "I iuvariably rise at five; I
ttork three hours, take a light breakfast
?namely, a cracker and a pinch of salt
?work five hours more never smoke*
-^???r4j?s^e?i&n^^ barley, water ;'
eat no dinner, and gol^TTSeir?T?T^
evening,"' If any body finds that dou
key fied sort of life suit him; by all means
let hini continue it.
, But few people would care to live to
eighty on those terms.. If a man caunofc
get well withered arid crumpled up' on
easier terms than those, -it is almost as
well that he depart before he is a nui
sance to himself and a bore to evoryb'ody
A Good Story op Secre^r^ Ro?
eson.?The Secretary of tk'o Navy is no*
ted for the very good* aSd applopmtd '
things he can say on tho spljir df the paV
hunt. This reputation is just; hs this"
mot" will prove: At tho President's levee
on Wednesday cvning, Secretary Robesori
while talking with one lady, accident filly
stcpt on the train of another standing
behind hini The wearer, of tho latter
feeling herself to bo fixed to the spot;
turned to the Secretary; and-findirig him
immovable, as have thi> relatives and
friends of th "midies" who are entreating
for the academy the privilege of assisting
at the inauguration ceremonies?said, ?I
beg pardon, Mr. Secretary, you are stand
ing on iny train." Secretary Robesori
turned instantly and replied, "Though I
may hot have the power to draw a mortal
from the skies, I have pinned ah angel to
tho earth." "Oh, Mr. Secretary/' cscUita
cd the lady, "please step on my train
again ; I want to bo an angel,' and I'd
rather not niovo.''?Washington Letter.
Quick T eleu rapb^sg?The land
wires and sea cables have now been ex
tended so as to cover nearly thfec-fourths
of tho circumference of ihe globe.?
Wero a cablo laid undor the Pa?lfic, the
circuit would be complete. Telegrams
can bow bo sent from Hong Kong, by
way of Ir(dia and England, to San Fran
cisco, and it was only within a short time1
that a telegram, leaving Hong Kon,
Tuesday morning, was received in Nei
York Tuesday night, whenco it could
havo been sent in a few minutes to Sail
Frhncisoo had that city been its destina
Scene in a horse ear.?Car stops: srnil?"
ing young lady enters: every scat full.?'
An old gentleman rises at tho oppositd
end. "Oh, don't rise," said the. lovely
girl. "I can just as well stand1." "1
don't care whether you sit or stand," hp
replied. "I'm going to got out;"