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Drug Store. ?*
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Thanks.?W? thank Jwlgo Butler for bia alien- fluent
tion in aondlng u* the Congressional Globo nod ha fifi
Appendix, tho 3d Part of Ex. Document*,a valuu- as got
ble Mup of Central America, and the Menage and was t!
documents which explain tho dismissal of Mr. tions
Crainplon. ^ octeil
. limcTnFm. Tb
Our thanks are due to Mr. W. W. Walker, jr.,
for Colombia papers in advance of tho mail.
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a Carolina Times of Monday? tlio laU-st date we ,
could bate bad by the moils.
** )m> s-Uisfc
TUB RAILROAD MBBT1NG. there
Jftjj. ad- >*?-t>sen)ei!> 1br ihf annual -meeting will was c
b? found in our oolumns this week. oitabi
We would again impress upoo StockImidcrs tho to ,'K
Oooessity o( having their shares represented. Call Tli
at this othoo or at several of the stores in taws, and Throt
cxecuto tho requisite powers of attorney for that c3 ph
purpose, if you cunnot attend in person. * n toil
the n
TUB GHIBBNOITS BALL. there
As Governor Admits purposes being present at we ct
the Reviews of our Ile.iiuests, bis friends have de- tho ri
torminod to signalise the event by a Military Roll, origin
aiid the Pabnetto Hall is chosen its tin) place. wuuk
Reside the Comiuauder-in Chief, wo sdiull also botra
bo honored witb the presence of Adjutant and In- and
speetor General Duuovuut, Maj. Gen. Wdliams, m-rm<
and Brig. Gen. Giat, with their rcs|?cctivc staflii. thcoh
The Ball will take place on tho owning ofTucs- of th
day, 12th August, and will douhllessattract a large mid <
attendance of ladies to wclcomo to tho up country the tl
so popular a Chief Magistrate as J. U. Adams. is a u
"FiSTrMiST
A friend hod the kindness to send us a bountiful
sample of tho Bergamot Pear and Furplu Gage, or 'ow'"
Sugar Plum, raised in Laurens, near our southwestern
district line. Both are delicious fruit, and ?ontn
we return hearty thanks to our <ricnd for his sea- *ur"
souablo attention. toe, v
By-tho way, no olwtaolo exists to the profitable body
cultivation of fruits ill our diatric', and we seo uo thom
reason why every former mid planter and house- ^000
keeper should not expend a small amount of waste nntiei
labor on pomooulture. Every person loves well fhoril
ripened fruit, not only because palatable, but from
bcttUhfulnrss. It is a ready de-suet t, looks besutiful
to ths eye, nod may shortly bo inado a large i'rotf
source of profit. roust
MR. BAIRFSSCHOOL. ^
This geutlrmun, nil know, has charge of the Fc- f,y j|,
male School of the village, and has au enviable repu rag?.
tution as a female teacher. I lis qualifications as such p f
were beautifully illustrated in the great proficiency Q|jv?
which lib pupils cxlubilod iu all their various stud- i^am
its at hb examination on Thursday last. To speak mnjn
favorably of such exhibitions we know is very com- wj,,,
men. ,
ur tho i
w m o happy to say of the examination of Mr. ^ ^
Baiid, that it was worthy of hb reputation, and the cn ^
general sppreoiation of hisdidactiveucwi. Ga?n|
HB COMMENCEMENT. ^
The Comincnoement mid Exami nation at Wof.
ford aud the Femalo Colleges have attracted to our ,
? ..... .. rtiurii
usually quiet town a throng of visitors from adja- ^ut j,,
cent Districts The clergy of the Methodist Church j
are fuCy represented, as being officially oonnectcd (jOIfV
with out institutions of learning.
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- ?? ..wi m ?nw vxui tikcai 01 viiurr in- ^
alitution, though a ft tend hiut embodied the result of
. ... oreo i
the examination at the Female College in a conimu |( ,
mention, which must he gratifying to all concerned. *
We hear thai tho Woflprd Examination was
meet rigorous. To uhc a college phrase, the "wool- ,pj
ing" was ashtl; and while the young gentlemen
"got through," in several instances it waa a "light ^ _ j.
njuoese." This speaks well (or tho standard of . .
scholarship, and will acrvc to allow that NVoflord
menu n-4 the "high school" sneer. mean
? . inainl
On VN edneaday tho Commencement ceremonies ^
were attended by a large audience in the Chapel.
Inaugural addresses were delivered by Uev. Whitefoord
Smith, I>. I)., and Prof. Warren DuPre.
Wo shall inakc further mention of these exercises
n onr next, and supply tho omissions which our
limited limo renders unavoidable.
n [>< ta by
Tllli BROOKS TRIAL. |K>rtie
Tins abolition farce lias ended ill the Criiniual '^?
Court at Washington in tho imposition of a fine of
$300. The fine is as nearly nominal as tho judge roa^"
could mske it, we suppose, and affords hut inade- tran*l
quale compensation f.?r the great injury sustained n,uu"
? tho AbolitionistB being the judges. 1st. The '
State of Massachusetts was insulted; 2d. Tho free- ?part
doin of debate abridged; 3d, tho Constitution of tho vclU,i
I'nited States violate*!; 4th, a Senator soundly v*? 'l<
flagellated; 5U>, a Sovereign State deprived of lbs ,'iU,iai
services of her most distinguished son in the Sen- 'l0l>0
ate for two months (for which Sumner will ?*?t ' 1,101
eight Julian per day) and perhaps for the remain- mai
der of the scmion! Verily the penalty is disprnpor- u J1
ttoned to the ofl?noc, and inay induce ropolilion from ( ^
the cheapncM. We hear a wealthy merchant of |jorry
Charleston, at thin rate, has coinmmaionod an agent wa.tir
t>< cxjHjnd $10,000 in caning the Abolition merit- tw fill
her*. Wo don't believe it, though wo are iiolfcure whtel
but that Sumner will and keep out of the way. ruaj
GOV. KIIAMO.1.
A gentleman iu Hansen writtu home lo Ins pot, v\
friends, under date of June 27, that (iov. Shannon Net* I
lias nvt resigned. mined
il piv
I)k. Tvnu.?We last week noticed tlio fact th.it 'u"
fhi? Kpinof?(>a! Divine, of Philadelphia,had recently Si i?'?l
desecrated the ftabb.ith nnd liu cliureh by nil noli- but w
slavery tirade. 'Hie vcxtty afterwards met nurf {{limit
passed resolution! condemnatory of the practice of Tin
introducing sectional politic* instead of preaching follow
Jesus Christ, and entered an earnest protest against " W
Ilia repetition of a like scrinou. heavy
t(> flatter
OfcAtWATKS.?Tho following gOoUcilMU frolll i4Q(
. tins State recently received the degree of M. 1? V1|jt
from the Philadelphia College of Medicine: J. \V. damn;
Adams, A. P. lloo*er, Jas. 1?. I trow o, A. Mo- 'nft f?
Nair Connioghain, W. Evuu* ]>can, M. M. I.yman
aud Silas N. Smith. l*'(
> I"
CJuw. Caohokn.?Our Minister to Mexico left "Tl
Charleston on Monday Week to icsuniu his duties If'1*1
. .... Creak
at tho city of Muarao. an<J #
litiMNT. The steam saw and gust and-flour
mill of Oamuod Woodward, at Winnsboro, was
burnt on U<o morning of the 4th. ,,
^ Conga
F.xeci/tkd On Thursday last lira sn.lence of o'clocl
the law was cuoutcd u|?,n Musi Cosstft, at
Uiim.ii C. II., for negro stealing
, _ inntid
Thr whsat ctop of Mm y land w considered (lis heady
beat for sevrml y-ars. rdorv
, > , ?
thbdaj the commencement mum of the
jrd and the 8portanburg 'BVmdfo Colleges ?
dcHveredt The briucr in tho Chapel of tho tf
wd Guilog* by Dr. Joseph Cross, of Charles- ft
be tatter in the Methodist Episcopal Church
r. Manner, of Tennessee. The sermons, aa hi
uticipatcd, attracted a targe appreciative audi- pi
To apeak of thcin analytically {? t0 anumo fr
f which we are disinclined to execute, aa the hi
i judgment is so fixed that U cannot be eleva- k
f critical laudutions or marred by critical con- pi
atione. ai
e aotmon of Dr. Croee was appropriate in L
ctcr, chaste in style, rich in thought, and af- tn
i iu taoguagc. To use one of Gilfiltan'e favor- fa
;ares, it was brilliant aa the glow-worm, airy ei
tamer. Tlte cardinal points in (he disoourso w
tie impcrfeotion of our knowledge?the lnnita- r?
of the trinniphsof science, the transitory charstios
ol all our intellectual acquirements. 01
c character ol Dr. Haulier's sermon was not ni
IMrepriate, we thought. It nu however me- P
;*ally constructed, compact iu argument, and ?'
it in its deduclioiui. On any oilier occasion "*
lumhly think that it would have produced a ft
i deeper impression, and given more get torsi p>
ict'on. Tliv Ncrwou was extemporaneous, and ?
fore was uot so ornate aa wo anticipated. It tl
almlv and deliberately delivered. The iooxlity
of the innuner was befitting a m.rii>onciosu
>ught and heavy in arguments. "
c pro<l action was one of considerable ability. *
Ligli its oocasiutiiil chasms the slnr-light of fan
lyed, thus iuvesting tlio entire discourse with m
liruicy and bounty which conduced greatly to
rlief ot the solidity of the argument. In truth, ?
were some thoughts that equalled anything ^
'or heard in beauty and force. They had all ll
ohnuss of imagination, with nil the power of
inlily. To string them together now we *
I cliccrfully do, if their force and beauty could ^
ntsforred to paper intact. This wc cannot do, ^
therefore can only express the hope that the '*
:>n ol l>r. llaniMr may he pulilifho I. The
>gy of the sermon, the solidity and ingenuity ^
o argument, the beauties of fancy, uniipu nens "!
ariginffily, would give it n permanent place in *
icofogicui literature of the day. l)r. llauner
nan of great ability. ^
LATEST^ NEWS. I
e Carolina Times of Monday furnishes the ful- f(
g iicvw items: |,
uroRNia.?The difficulties in Ban Francisco a
tit'.il up to tho-lth ult. The (Juvernor had is- 0
a proclamation against th? Vigilance Commit
vhieh had usurped till civil |?ot\cr. The latter .(
was recruiting its forces, and had enrolled ^
onds under its unlets, aud were supplied with (
stand of arms, bcsidis cannon. A Latilu is
putcd brtwceu llio regular and irregular uu- ^
ties of the State.
intral America. ?Dates In the 24ih have
o
led New Orleans. Walker hal been elected
u
dent of Nicaragua. ltivos, late l'rtsulclit, has
'd adherents, and taken possession of I^cou. ^
ter has declared the Rivas |Wty traitors. A
ution has hroken out in Costn Rica, headed j
is party opposed Ato the late iuvasion of NicaI.
a
iom Washington. ? On the lllli iust., Mr. .
ir, of .Mo , inailv liis minority report from the
Investigating Committee. llciuamils the 0
rity rajiorl, charges Unit it is ex parte; that
tfield was duly elected tho Delegate; Slid that |
umcuiltes aro nrerahlo solely to movements j
j Topoka revolutionist*. Tho Iiuubo ww still j(
ged ii|>oii i|it> BrtiuVt cnwi. On the 12th Mr. {,
|4h11, o( Ohio, niurrd the jiecvious question, to ^
ii a vole on Monday, unless member* implwa- #
csirod to apeak. 0
e trial of Mr. Herbert, of California, for tho
Irr of Keatiug, wan progressing on the 10th,
ml not closed the testimony lor tho prosecution,
cxico.?The Spanish licet haul left Vera Crux. ^
nfort hnM decided to ai l! all lands belonging ^
0 Church and other religious corporations,
lew Constitution and Church Property Do*
ire applauded. A new Suite it to bo formed
1 tho Valley of Mexico.
livicai,?Martin V. n Burvti, it is said, has ^
n a letw r in fuvor of Mr. Ituehauan. ^
c Buffalo Kauris Couvcn.ion met on thu 9th ^
Govtuor Boeder presidium. Their counsels
drsclcil by many propositions. They purpose ^
g $1,UOO,(K)0 per tnuulh during the war tiiey
to WA?c, and1 organise adequate forces t<>
taiu ascendancy in tho Territory. They nicdr
> decisive blow ut the South aud the Govern- ,1
?vrhvu they get thu {lower. n
THE LATE RAINS. ?
c rain on Thursday last was very general and I'
destructive. Wo hear (though the information '
no means definite) that in the southwestern *!
ii of this district, on the bottoms of tho Tygnts, 11
image looorn is large irrepurnblc. al
u Spartanburg, Liurens, and Greenville Kail- '
also sufTercd o? much as to interfere with th* "
xirtnlion of (he mails. Wo were without com- ,r
iiu'.ivu from Thursday to Tuesday morning, and h
anly got tho moil duo a week ago. On '.he g
anburg road thu injury's chictly to the cul- h'
several of which where blown up. Teu days, 1?
:ar, is tho timo deemed r? quisito to repair 01
ges and resume travel and trant>|K>rtatiou. We 01
no longer period may be necessary. The Vl
ivillo Journal says the water courses arc very
swullcu, aud the creeks higher than for seve- p.
ars. ir
0 faiurcnsvillo llrrald uf the 11th says: r?
liavo received no mail front below New- u,
0. il. siaue Monday hist,consequently, alter
ig until yesterday morning, we uro coinpclled
our paper with stale news. The heavy ram *'
1 fell oil Monday night so injured tlie (ladroads ?
iccidcnls have occurred on tbo Greenville tl<
,.w -...I i.. i. .. u ?? ?
wiv inn utiuw rwcwoerry, una no trains ^
irmod ul tout pince. Ah uucitkui also noIon
tlu? Laurcntro.il), just above Martin'odefinch
prevented cur cart from running to hi
terry. It ap)>cai? ili.it llic rains hud t<> under- jj(
I a small trestle, that when the engine tlruck ^
c way, causing tin; engine, which w.w under
Hid ' ay, to he buried in the ground ahiN'tt cut
lit. The accident occurred to suddenly that ,n
meat u miracle that some oik wan net killed,
t> are informed that tic one received uny
? injury tluu a few tliglil biuret "
s Newberry I'ising Sun el the Dili hat the tl
ing account: ' u>
illiui the last few days wo have had very
rain*, and prospects (or faiineit new are pc
ing. 8o?ll'? Crock en yesterday wan higher W(
ho "oldest inhabitant" remembers before,
it yesterday the oars from Columbia, Cirieil- ra
ind laiarens failed to arrive liorc What w>
;o hod been done we hod not learned oil go- j?
press A trcstlo work in Mr. Sjienrinnn't ,
lint tide of Little river and tho one over
r Dntn Creek, had been washed array." Wl
i Cartdiuu Times, same dole, remarks:
ic train of nhmriincra ri?r? uit.uk i../ ?i
, o "?"VH mi IIII.-* CHy
day morning proowdtd np a* (ar as Criuim'a ha
, near l'omariti, which was foau<! impassablo, 8t(
oiisoijuciuly lln; train returned to Columbia
oriing. 'll.o down train l.ad not Ihm.ii beard n"
!o the hour of goiug to press." in<
ious damage to crops was anticipated in the mi
rce ralloy, oh the waters I rod ris.-n op to f?
i on the bill tell feet, nnd still swelling. "el
am rtt
i. I' I' . Smith ri lu ?<; Celt Clark in coin
of the western military detriment. I lis ^
utters will l>e a Leavenworth, K.iumo Tsi t,.v
km
-li TWf fw w*6BZ*tt%
On Thursday tost w# played truant to owr post
id drove to Wotdnif , i? attend, on luvltution,
ie examination of Bethel AMulmiy, of which out
tend E. H- Bubo ie principal.
Although wo arrived at the Cliuruli at an early
oar, we fouud the exercises already begun in
rescues of a large audience, including parents and
icndc of the school and pupils. We also met bolli
dice an J gentlemen front Lauretta and our own
twn, who were attracted to the apot to watoh tlic
regress of tlio youth, the triumph of the teacher
ad to lieer tho apcecbce of the ora'ore?Msj. J
>. Wright aud Mr. Bobu. Among other familial
eft, wo aaw that of Rev. Dr. Wightuian, ot Wuf
?d College, who was detained till the eluae of tin
icroises by a slight mishap U> his buggy, on hit
ay homo from Cokeshury, from wheueo ho wui
Hurtling.
Tho examination of tho olataoo wna as thorough
i tho tinio udinitted, extending from nine in tlx
toruing, with one hour's Intermission, to aft?-r [
, m. Public invitntiou was also extended to tin
adieucs to propose questions connected tviih il?<
udics, but so colircly satisfactory was the cxltibi
on of progress, that no ono felt that any good jKtr
use could bo subserved by subjecting to furthc;
rdeai those who had so creditably passed througl
to ordinary otre.
Wo cannot conelnde our notice of this feature o
to occasion *vh!icttt making rprcial ntrttljun c
ivcrnl of tlx* pupils. Mimll., in all her answers
'as prompt, loud, and rccurate, and tin: cmnposi
on she read on Vanity was equal to cultivate*
lait capacity, Whether ntalo or female. Tho do
tarnation generally was very good, and in scvcra
uses alight imagination could conjuro up listeniui
enntes swayed by tliese mature orators in the fu
iro before tliem.
One little uurly-hondod fellow, of perhaps oigli
nmmcrs, took the platform with no air of coufi
eitcc, 8Dd stentoicd out the defiance of Oocolr
y Patton, winch we published lately in tho biogra
by of that famous Indian warrior. It wae bold I;
olio. Tho youthful dceloimer rcully seemed t<
otget that ho was uttering mimic words; and, in
pired with the cunning of the scene, thought bin
cIf the original in thundering and hissing ou
rords of defiance and terror to his white ciicinici
Vo might with propriety indicate many othcrr
'Ore our limits more ample, but we are Compcllc
? forbear, with the remark that the whole |>cr
nnaoce afforded delight to the audience, and mus
are bee: gratifying to the trustees of the stlioo
s pi oof of their wisdom in the election of so clli
ienl a teacher on Mr. Robo.
The examination over, Maj. A. I?. Wooden
itroductd to the audience Maj. J. D. Wrigli
rho had been invited by the trustees of tltc sclu*
> deliver tho address. Front previous kuowlcdg
f Maj. W. we expected to hear something out c
lie usual range, and we experienced no disappoint
loot. It was au effort which justified the ehoic
f the gcutlctnen imposing tho duty, and was of
aturo so practical as to promise n large yiclJ <
ood to the cause of general education and morali
f. W o make a brief synopsis, which, we beg lh
wider to uudeistuud, conveys but a faint idea <
lie beauty of tbo whole?indeed, it is unjust to
ublio speaker to iol>c his ideas iu new gannetib
nd separate his production from those pcrsoni
iscinations of manner and voice, forming an en
emble so pleasing and delightful-. I?ut, inaugri
ur inclination, we are compelled to do so in thi
use, with our best apology for errors of prcsciitatioi
llo soil! ho fdt it ft" honor 19 be called on to ad
ress tbe people of liethel?a plaoouaC.^Iitlvd wit
is earliest recollections. The lionor was enhance
y the pleasure he experienced iu witnessing tin
xamination of the schools: Ho impartial, tliorougl
nd satisfactory?it gave evidence of the proficient;
f the students nud tho skll and ability of their cx
client teacher.
lie dwelt at some length upon the important
f early instruction; and especially early traininj
y tho mother. Indued, much,almost ev> ry thing
cpitidcd upon the mother. Tho Romans, wl.
udcrstood the importance of early training, mad.
the duty, pleasure and honor of their matrons, i
ooh their children the first lessons of virtue ait.
.-ttrioUsin, and iho rudiments of their own language
Tlie necessary absence of the father front al?ou
le hou?c oti business, cither public or private, reu
tied it ini|>os!>iblo for hint to devote tliat care am
ttention to (he training of the inlnnt that the ino
Iter, who, from inclination aa well as duty, wan id
raya present, could.
The training of the infant mind tliould be a con
taut nnJ unceasing operation ?every in?p?cs!>ioi
t.v]e there wan more or leus permanent, and ooti
iuued through life, for weal or woe. Indeed, i
i conjectured, in the fanciful flight of a sublimate,
hilosophy, that every word spoken and ever;
ought conceived hy man vibrate* through infuut
ixtcc, and stamjis its iinprers upon the r< cords n
nmor'.ality, to be nrrayed in solemn tevtiuion;
gainst us at the great and awful I>ay of Judgment
low incomparably augut and dreadful is the con
'niplaliun of such a thought, when we know lha
upressions aro daily and hourly made upon tin
ttle iniiooentii, whether they gambol upon tin
rcen or kneel st the family altar for prayer! Al
tilhful mothers were rewarded for their toils am
bors in early training by the usefulness and oftei
uinenco ol their children. Few tueu iver rose t<
Ttincnce or usefulnets whose mothers wire no
irtuous, sensible, and pious.
He then ; poke of the multiplicity oi syutsm* o
vpul ir education. Many have be< n proposed?
(any adopted, but scarcely any with success. Tin
asoti was, liio iucliualioii manifested tr>wards tin
uiversahty of a proper plan. States and evci
I'ighboi IonmIs were different, and diflcront system.
iould he adopted ill different States. That systcti
hicli might work will in thickly settled Ccinmutii
l* might not he ?rtll adapted to countries ; parse!)
ittk'J. IJoinnalily wm, nut always equality. Tin
ijcet and design of legislation were often defraud
f an i^'iin fntuu* pursuit after popular abntrao
ow. rather than the adoption of prac tical and solid
uths.
Another defect was, that our systems, both o
ale ami female education, were too snpcrtisial T>?
ueh time and attention were |>a I to th? oina
c-ntal and external drapery of knowledge, i,> f|,c
[elusion of the essential requisite* of .1 und and
icfal education. HiapJay seemed to he the object
frm.ilo education; while worldly advancement,
pular applause, riches, or notorii ?y in noiue form,
pre the objects of male education. There waa a
dical defect in our systems. What that detect
is was tlic great question to he solved He did not
ctcinl to any superior knowledge on the subject,
t if allowed to express his opinion, he would mv,
thout hesitation, that the defe. t consisted in the
seuco of a souud moral and religious education
early youth. Our systems of education should be
sol uj?)ti religion; not that lie would advocate
;iariuu school* and colleges as such; hut a hat he
. ant was, that especial pants should ho taken to
:ulcuto Kissona of morality and religion in the
nds of the students whils ut school or College,
lich Could bo done by connecting with every
tool and college, as a necessary jiart ol its organlion,
Sabbath Schools, founded upon tltu pnnci
s of the Sunday School 17nion, wherein hIioiiIT
taught ?by paid teachers, if no others eouJd be
I the n.until ot morality and ichgi .11 .t? tluy ais
icd up ,t the universally admitted an I orthodox
1Kb!?, sr'lhcu: rcfiricucc to s
| wet or deoominsl'ou wlyttever.
lli? main object of education should be, to
man (ur life, that ho may prepare himaelf (or a I
in# world when lie loaves thie land of the dyii
* lie should be taught to know himself m welt
i others, eud that lie docs not live in thia world
| himaelf alone; lh.it there ta a eociety in exiatei
! composed of bciugv like himself, naturally depei
i ent upon ono another, while all are iIe|Kiidcnt oj
. the greet liiver of ai'. good and perfect gifts.
t He then concluded by un address to tiio you
, generally, and to the students of llie Hethel Aei
cuiy, urging the necessity of industry and appli
tion in their etudiea.
, At the elnee of thia addreM Mr. Bobo was int
i ducud. After n brief introductory, referring
i delicacy of positi n, and further discussion of
cubject of popular edocatiou, Ac., he laid down
, followiug propoaition for consideration, viz :
, That the welldoing nnd prosperity of society
5 dependent upon the amount of intelligence and
, tine-incut among the people, an w proven by
9 ninr.ifcat superiority of ulir own over the other
. lions ol thujenrth.
And then indicated tho hindrances to a gcui
r diffusion of knowledge throughout the laud.
, Kbit, said Mr. Bobo, we nro too blindly dove
to the vulgar polities of the day. Cunsequci
f party spirit has usurped a place in the hearts of
f people, when the predominant principles should
, the good of the country und the glory of the nali
. The public journals have bccouto alarum bella
j the people-loving politicians. The orator is de-gr
t-d into tho pragmatic prattler?poetry degenen
J into extravagant bombast?philosophy dwindles
g to insignificant quibbling?and the pulpit is c
vented into the demagogue's stage. Kvery pe
dipped into the ink of sectional contention, mid cv
t tongue touched with a live coal from tho altai
. party strife. This |M>put:ir excitement is as poll
i ous to the spirit of enterprise nnd the love of |?
iitg us the mytliio atmosphere of the I>vao fcje.
^ fin mnl
f ?
d In the second |?oint of discussion, tlio hindrni
i? to popular education wore to bo found in tli? ps
i inouy of h gihlaliuii in llic illiberal disburseii
it of the public money to meet tlio wants of theyi
I. of the State. We arc sorry that wo cauuot (
i, full notes on this head, in> wo sympathize fully t
(1 his views ami respond heartily to his oondemtia
- of tho legislature. though we follow not to his i
I elusions. Mr. 11. dwell with severity u|?on tho
)1 mense disproportion in tho appropriations to
i. South Carolina College, numbers considered,
those for the free schools of tho Slate. To
jj- former, without relieving the parent of one ecu
( tuition or maintenance, the appropriation is $
(j |?cr head; while to the children of tho poor, i
greater claims upon the compassion of the State,
tf mere pittance of $4 25 is awarded, lie opposed
i plan now existing fur the support of the South (
olina College. It had been long enough the p
B the State,and should bo weaned from the trens
j It eould walk alone. Ho opposed its longer <
ncction with the Stalo on- the ground of its in<
0 civil anil |?>1 tioal iuj notice, and because it
}l maintained at tlio expense ol a greater and n
general interest.
, Another obstacle to a prevalence of educatior
j suited from ohl fogy notions upon tlic eulr
Many |>eriiotis bold to the opinion that inlt liigi
5 is not necessary to guide the plow or wield the
;B ?that learning belongs to the la.v office and i
, tor's shop; and toitrtft?ducc it into the plnntata
1 ridiculous and absurd. That ther? is no use fi>
educated inin'a-tiy- that rending and writing
itiooub of learning to bother the common io<
I ra n. After reprobating in no measured U,
these de^raJing notions, the speak,r luuUnc*
bis conclusion. FTuaity, Jrt us cl??c the dvor
the political J.inus in America- -lurn a deaf e;i
the routings ??t wimbl-bc |?o|iUciaiis?and pe
scicuce, :tu>l religion?grainl trio Iron (iwl ?
?!
work hand in baud, iituit in In art, as ilic inn
[r
deities of a nation's glory; and, like tin- I ?inni|w.
' three in one. lorming the giaud pet lection of
Godhiad, these t' reosiiuli harmoniously co-ope
in the glorious iimi|ikt on of human happiness.
let tei <1.> :i!l v> ran I tic o.iri... li..i
Ilio legislative faults which provu such a colo
ubilaelt' in lite onward pt?gri?> of education,
nt meet I'M fogyitin en the field, and tmitlin<
^ the dentli, consign hint to tlic eternal >luilu
oblivion nnd forge tfulricKs, w liere no bt iglit ra
knowledge nor voice of improvement shall dial
his royal ghost. Every retroactive principle sh>
he boldly met and valiantly fought, and then
victory will be won.
Wo have given but the outline?the se<>pc
bearing?of the addrcra of Mr. UoU?, and en
1 rate him from nil responsibility fur our apprvli
^ ?ion of his words and drift. We think, liowe
y in what we have ntt< mptcd wo have done him
" injustice.
^ An impression prevails that ho assailed thcS?
y Carolina College, and urged its nevcranou fi
Stale patronage. Tins is true, hut with ini|?or'
' qualification: lie opium d the uiinual approprintii
1 but if tin institution Mill needed aid, lie was will
- to give it an endowment, and cut it loose.
J ulco are lho advocates of a Miuiiai plan, and *
I not fail at the proper touo to any so, and ndv?s
' that course.
1 A few words of aatisfai lion Were thcti apokct!
' Dr. Wightrnau, when sailed upon, and by Simp
1 Dotal, iw] , also present, wlu n tho uudieuco
I inluriiud of the close ut the exercises.
! Wn mingled for a brief |?eriod among the- |>to
- and then took our departure. Woodruff's, as
3 know who have boon there, is it ikhghlful h
> Tho neighborhood is thickly settled, with n pea
i wh'ee liospitulrty is npTovtrb, Wo espcrien
r thin in multiplied invitations to remain nmong tin
i w hich piivato engagement* compelled us to for*
On our return we encountered Dr. Wighm
| and Col. Dognn snugly, hut unpb?isant)y, h<a
) | at the f""t of a lull b<yuud Mouth Tyger tl
I ; buggy bttviiig broken t:. After rendering
; the* lUm t.liICO wo Coui.i v.L iP fos.l nn lull oaf,
, / c> > ? >
I ! Ik? overtaken !-y a drenching shower between
Tygera, which left us dripping to our boots I
I | tonality we reached Andmnii's, where we w
, prewt'd to pans tlio night. As i he rain cp?a
how over, we were con'ent to rerjucut the send
, back a conveyance to >or less fortunate cm op
I ions >f the road, ant got safely back to our ho
? ooinfto tublr mo st.
Kaiiroaimi?The < treeiivdle I'atriot says:
1 "Wo had tile pie.euro ul learning, at Anders
1 that a |>orttoll of the iron lor the 11! uc Kndg K
road had been purclin- I in Lluropo, aiui was sli
! pod for Charleston. The ears will be running
| a portion of the road, hit ween Anderson and IV
dleloii, hy i cceinher n? it. l-arge preparations i
j making hy the oontrac'o is lor carrying on the w<
at the tunnel and the bridges and masonry aki
tho line. \\v met .fudge Frost at Helton, uu
return from tint tunnel.
"There is now another Railroad on tho tapis
Anderson, connecting Atlanta mid Char). ai<
Ibis i? to Ik' the grei.t line ot travel fiorn Wiu
ingloli City tu New < h.eaus. It is said that I
money n< < unwary toooiiMru- itlnsroad will he ran
in the citi? s of New Ch eatia and New Yoi U."
The cont* mplated rood will p.vs hy Sp.irianbv
C II. with no gr?Ntter dtflection tlian a fow m.I
and wi'l certainly bo rmhracsil in the route, if vi
completed
In Joseph I. Chapman, formerly o( Coiumb
i a (. , died in Alabama on the llth Juue U?i,
' Ins 47ih year
4 -
8PIRT1N MRU pjiilALS COHERE.
At Mtmi. KorromK The Sstni-Annual Kxaminaliv
tion of the Cbrn* in thia Institution ended on Tural8
day last?hating cutttiuued one week. Wo were
M present ntost of iho time, and cheerfully testify to
for tbu able and satisfactory manner In which the
?ce young Indira acquitted themselves on ao trying an
ad* occasion. Indeed, no Examination, in our opinion, I
>ou could have conferred greater honor on both pupils
nod teachers than did this?and we only regret
inK that moro Trustees and patrons did not attend and
"J* witness Its excellence.
c*" First in order, those in the Preparatory Department
were examined. Their course of study, though
r?" limited, was well adapted to their mental capacities,
to Considering the'r youthfnlness and inexperience
tho they generally passed through the ordeal with
the courage and came out unscathed.
The Freshman Class next denervra notice, and
or? being further advanced in knowledge, its cxamlnare"
tion was more interesting than that of tho "Preps''
'',0 ?if wo may use a word of College coinage. The |
na" course comprised Ancient History, Astronomy,
Aucicut Geography, English Grammar, and Arith?rft'
metic. Their progress in the first three had been
rapid, and though tho examination on each was
>ted creditable, that on Geography especially deserved
?t?y the highest praise. We were glad lo observe that
l'10 the principles on which depend the last two brauohk?
ce enumerated had been carefully explained?diliion.
gently studied.?aud appeared to he w-ll under*or
stood The compositions of this Class were written
a<*~ in good style?plain, simple?avoiding all ntteinpts
>lC8 nt display, and well illustrating the subject chostuAltogether,
the Freshman Class did remarkably
un' well, and wc hope that similar success inay Itcreaf11
'* tcr attend every examination through which ita
try members must pass.
r ut English Composition and Analysis, Algebra, AnK,n'
cicnt History, French, Ivitin, and Hotauy are tho
lrn* studies pursued by the Sophomory Claa?. This is
a f? the largest Class in the College, and it might reasonably
be expected that tho acquirements ol all in
iocs ;t w?.re ihk equal?their progress not uniform.
un>i- Yet at Examination the standard of scholarship
lcnt varied but little. Estimating the relativo merit of
,u{'' ! each by marks, aud following the method of inark?IVU
ing adopted in examinations at tho South Carolina
*>lh College?in which 100 is the maximum for each
lion study?wo would award maximums to many of
?,,n" this Class on several departments and a very high
,m" ninrk?98 or 09 on the others. Tho average of
l',c tho whole Class on the entire Examination was.
according to our estimate, na high as 97?a fact
fhc i |,j0no showing an umisux! degree of proficiency on
t for every branch, and rendering farther notice almost
' '' unnecessary. Nothing but hard study and newt
.villi thorough instruction could have produced n result
,the HQ gratifying?far really the Examination was
the faugthy and ditficult on every branch. The young
-ar* ladies of tlirs Class may well be proud of the high
st of degree of perfection to which liny have attained ip
ury* their studies thus far.
J""* In bxlection ol subjects?it) manner of treating
>ral, them?in projKT nw <>f language?the compositions
vv0" of this Class exhibited marks ( a cultivated mind
??f? ?a reliued tarts? ami a glowing fancy. We wish
| th? y lui l beeu read with strougcr emphasis, and
1 r'' moro Umtitici enunciation; but young la<lieti are
lcCt apt to be timid on nncli an occasion.
nee Kvery day, after the Kxutmttulioii of a Clam wii
boo ; concluded, NOW "lie of (lie pupils pcrforni'-d.a piece
^<>c ' ?>n tbc Piano. Tlusc performance* wire highly
?n i? i creditable?and if the instrument had been a
r an better quality, would have boon listened to with
*ri' 1 mueh more |>h asure.
u s We have thus briefly ami imperfectly givi n a
"">? j short and necessarily hurried notice id this int<rcst^
i '"f? Examination?trusting that some more able
* I yrntir will furnish yon will* a full and mors satisr
l" 1 fa.ioiy account ol the same, and will do justice to
ac*. the uh!c ate I taknUd President, 1'u.euUy, sud to
hall tjK, ^,,t(,d and beautiful scholar* ol tttei^JfarUuburg
Ioj y female College. Vnurs, respectfully, W.
tl,v For the Carolina Spartan.
rate EUUl.WTIO.N OF MISS XKAY'S SlIIUOL.
'Ilousd.iy last wrs distiliguitliail as a day lor ex
i of* omiiuiiioos in ottr Itmtrict. lUsidcs thono in our
ssal | Colleges, which arc regular and Annual, there were
Let I threv other, conducted simultaneously in our village
? to and at dilbmr.t points of the l>strict The ouo
a of tmdrr the direction of Miss Amanda Seay, iu the
y of western p-irt of the district, at Mount Pleasant, was
urh tliu one w hich 1 attended, and of which I design
iuIU specially to speak.
the Mount Pl.oxunl is distant alxiul 1nnUn from
our town. On my arrival at that point I found a
and ' large concourse, numbering, i should sopi??e, (rum
iUe i seven hundred to one thousand pvi for* The exen
i ereise# couinicticed about 9 o'clock, and were conrer,
tiuuid until about 1 o'clock P. M . without inter
no mission. Tho Class's were tlaniinul on every
study embraced witlun tin* eurrieolutn of our best
mill English and primary schools, and well did thev
oi:i acquit themselves. Their thorough knowledge of
taut the branches ii}k>ij which they were examined, as
una, diipl.iyeil hy the promptitude and correctness ??f
luig their atisfveiK, their ih.>lin< t pronunciation in spellMe
in/, tin ;r rigid "lneri.iittv of punctuation in reading*
lull were high and satisf.ictory evidence*, not only
rate lluit they were well taught, but of the superior
l?iiiiiiiciiiion m inmiscay un.t teacher. relocation,
i by thorough nnJ perfect, such as Miss Sony gives, is
,?.n just what in; want. Of all reqais.ten, primary
w.is schools ul I.lie stamp are ni.mt desirable.' tiive ua
tlieac ill every section, and y word for it no patple,
riot would blush, no philanthropist would fear, for
all the futura. Her pupils, numbering about forty,
pet. were all neatly dressed in anifonu, and when nr plu
j r.wigod for the process on, ma le a pleasing and InOed
teres ting siglih
cut, At one o'clock the procession w^Pfbrmed, coin*
go. pi ?od of ths School and Ultima, under the com*
tan m ind of Col. Illakely, of Cinenvilk-, aooompaiitcd
led by Cnpt. 8. Foster's K in.I, and marelied to a tabic
loir l'?ide<l with the richest viand. The table was amie
(ill idy foot m iongtii, and crowded with every variety
l fa t>f food that an abundant neighborhood could protbv
duoo. To look at the quantity and quality wan
or* truly natouiahing?to partake <>f it was not only s
i rr duty, but a temptation so irresistible, that my up' <1,
|*tilo and taste impelled rnc to iu performance of
,l,g the one and gratification of the other. I am sure
. I did my duty well. Not only were the provisions
me In?*l abundant, but the k.ndncss and Cordial wel- j
coniu with which all were received gave a real and
iuter< bt t<> tins feuture of the proceedings which
nothing can efl.ioo from my memory. The lasto 1
displayed id the preparation of thu food ? tho great
vnrieiy nil I superabundance? th? social feeling?
the harmony and order that |<revailed? were all
cn highly creditable to the active movers in tlio matter,
l,r? nk well as cotivincivs of the refinement and high
i(|g moral and in nt.it culture of tho neighborhood.
hi? | Such sellouts, ati'l such occaniotii), are cheering to
| the friends of education, and Con>litutc ones in
the desert of human life.
o.
,1, After the sumptuous mpist several of tho little
.he fellows gave us spccuncns of their declamatory
ed powers. Such schools, I ngAin Aqmat, interspersed
through our District, will do more to educate our
Ir,? people in a rhort tunc that) nil tho systems which
may he legislated into e*ist- noe.
,r After tho exercises cloned very appropriate ad
dresses were delivnod by the K*.v. Mr. Reid a?u
James Farrow, |?feq,
in ? r??. rcpoit that fiovexmr felia unou of K.issas i
hati i tsigned m untrue
A
* 9 *
uiiMuirtfiwinii
Ciuu.Wfoa, July ?, (836. *
1)KA? SraaTAU: At this psriod of tho yenr liters <*
w little to bo found in Charleston to furnish avail*- 1* ?
bio material fur a correspondent. Ivtfjr body has
tied to the mountain* and tho mpi iogi, before tbn aoa
hot weather and tlie anticipation of a yellow (ever on|
summer. liut within the pant weak there baa boon ing
enough of "stirring ereut" to tempt aa to apin out a air
shoVt correspondence for yoa.
For aotna time poat the street* of the oity hare ^
presented quite a gloomy and deacrtcd appearance-, nu
but oa the 28th ult., (the anniveraary of the bettlu
of Fort Moultrie,) aa If by magic they wore erowd- ^
ed by an enlhasiasue aoldiery and populacfe eager jft
to celebrate the dooda of the Old Palmetto Fort, |/
nnd to revive their patriotiani by the rcmembranoe ^
of "the deed* of ctltar years." Tlio Moultrie ^
Guard inarched through the street*?escorted by
the several companies of tho city and the corps of
| Citadel Cadets?to the Hibernian Hall, whers an ^
elegant, unimaled and appropriate address waa delivered
by Mr. Tabor, of the Mercary. After the ad- *'
dress tho Moultrie Guards were escorted to the
boat-lauding in Market street, where they embark- *?
cd to spend tho remainder of the day ?t Mount n!1
Pleasant in target shooting and other military exercises.
The ereuing was spent by tho Guards ^
around tho ''festive board," nnd we understand thai
tliey and their gutwls enjoyed themselves very 're
much.
Yesterday was tho eightieth anniveraary of the
Declaration of Indopendeoaa. Ixmg before doylight
we were aroused from our slumbers by the R?
pealing of artillery. Soon after sunrise a military Ui
I>arado waa formed by tho various artillery and in- du
fautry companies of tho city upon tho Citadel Green,
which, alter passing through the streets, returned ar
and was dismissed about 10 o'clock. Whits on
the Citadel Green wo were informed that the Ca- in
di Is were making preparations fur the celebration M
of the day, and wo resolved to a'.lend. Upon arriving
at tho Citadel wo were not a little surprised
nt tho appenranee presented by tbe central parade _
ground, in which we found n stage had been orcct- L>
ed, which was Jcoorotod with wreaths and festoons du
of flowers and evergreen*. The stage was raised to
l about four foci above tho ground,nnd it was shaded U(
i by a pavillion, the central polo of which wo* literally of
covered with flowers, wfentlis of cedar, and palinet- l'1
to leaves. At about mid height hung a very fine *"
ami correct painting of Washington. In the for*- n,
ground ?f the Mage win* a large wrcnth, in which tl
the <lato "177G" niw tastily worked in leave* and to
flowers. In front of the stage, sis pieces of small
brass artillery, drums, tlags, ami pile* of cannon- (j
bulls, ami other warlike im|?leii)enta, gave quite a n:
military finishing touch to the picture, ami wero in I"
peih-et unisou wuh the place and the occasion. ^
When we arrived, we found ??ur*eM' preceded hy a u
few laJies and gentlemen, who were taking their u
seats in the galleries, ill which seats had been ar
ranged. We chose a ?< nt for ouraelf from which ^
we thought we might get a good hearing without ?
encroaching upon the dominion of tho ladies; hut ei
we soon found our mistake. A continued stream
poured into tho galleries, till we began to fear thcrs
would not be room even for the lady Mudieocc. Hot (J
at length the stream slackened ami then olimaii p
ceased, hut not until there waa au luidieuCc winch ^
altogether exceed- l our expectations. Die exercises jj
Were opened hy an earnest and appropriate prayer
from tho liev. Dr. lijcluuau. Tin.-Declaration o! t
lndc|>eitdenec was tlu-n announced and renj by nl
j Cadet J. I<. (Joker, of Darlington. Tho reading It
I waa remarkably distinct and smooth. lir.nwdiuirHr li
( aft-i tho reading was finished the hand struck op
V ink ft JhmiUf, con </m'|M, an J the ed'ccl was at- a'
, must elecUK-ul. After tho lnu>ie had ceased Cadet J";
I J. I). Nance, of Newberry, r*ssr to deliver the an if
i uivenury address to the Chalet Fourth of .fitly As- h
' MtialioU lie commenced by likening certain '
! events in history to B\ rmi'i ohl column at Home,
! ,4nu>rc ih-guiil than even Tolly.*' The memory of I
Ithcsu vvetit* serves tu Keep jdivc th" tire 1/ patriotUni
and amuac ihe expiring euergn-* of a people;
and that nation which Joes im( t; casttro thcui up ; ?as
tile im*>t valuable |s'a t of lh< ir history is unworthy
of the Ist-n besiowi J. 8nch am-reul we nctv
nowothhraling. Ilu m ?t alluded tho Indies'
Cjlhnon Monument Association, ui * (licit n*> made
l ... . t ii . .i u ? . ? . r>
a muuiiiui aiiuMori i" me w< ji twiimvn \\??ian oJ
| Anna Elliot; "\V,n?r n?l in your principles, l?ut n>
i be truo to your country. The King's Mountain J
Ce-hbratiun and the late pilgrimage of the Washington
Light Jitfantty to CvwprUk were let-Imply |l
haded to. Mr. K?n? then t???k a Mrwpwt i>f ^
the circumstance* which KM to the event wlttvh we ct
; were jMa-mble I to onnimetnoratc. lie look a dif- ^
fvrcnt view of the subjeel from thra usually taken
in this country, and nltrib ted the causes which ,j,
ltd to the revolution to the d?-?i>ot:sm of an alien (
king and a corrupt iijiniftry, thue eaoolpnting the
Itrmsh jvcoplc lie also n|>oke in condemnation of
that spirit which i? too prevalent in this country ,
of prejudice against tho Lnglislt, and iwkod what ! w
wrongs had our fathrts left uuraveuged) They "
had been wronged, but the wrong was w.psd out in j
blond, and thrro was no dishonorable record to j p
bring the tlnth of sbanie to our cfiecka. They may ?
be proud of u> as their descendants, and wo proud j*
of tlirin as our ancestor*; our flag* may wave in w
harmony; (or if the lion is monarch of tho earth, the
eagle is king of the air. Mr. Nance then changed
the subject, and ?|m>Lu of thu pr?-M-nt *tat> of our ^
country, and drew a parallel between British op r<
pn-wion to our fathers and Northern oppression to ,-tf
ourselves. lie related tho story of Northern *g- "I
a
glvuioti and Southern devotion U> the Union?of ! n<
Southern submission for the Union, lie spoke of ' tr
South Carolina having twice taken a decided st.uid. l*
Onecbhe had virtually proclaimed her independence al
through tho voice of n patriotic Governor?that (t
Governor w..s Ivobert Y. llayne, of whoso memo- tt>
ry Charleston might well ho proud! (Applause.)
The lime hod arrived when tho whole South must
stop tho progress of aggression by some decisive
measure, and uo measure could be more apnropri- a
to than a declaration of Southern Independence!
Tho delivery of (ho address occupied nearly an l''
hour, and was listened to with eager attention by P"
lite large uudicuoc, who occasionally expressed Si
their approval of the you tig orator's sentiments by h<
bursts of enthusiastic applause. Mr. Nanoo bids l''
lair to make a fiu* speaker, and his address showed *j
evident traces of deep logical thought. 11 is style al
was ccuciao aud eh-gant, and if any objection could
have been found to his effort, it would have been
j that it was too argumentative, an objection which re
will seldom l>e urge*] by an <-nhghtencd and appro- \
; oiative audience.
After tho address, and the music which followed
it, a benediction was pronounced by Dr. lisvhnuD, A
and the assembly dispersed, and wo wended our
uay U> our hotel, continued iu the good opiuion w?
had always eouoeived of the Suto Mil;tary?SchooW.
1'hcsc schools nro free of every objeotian that is lei
urged against the College, and the edaoation, fbr
practical utility, is far superior to that gireo at <As
I'oil- ijc Tbo (unlets arc very popular iu the o?iy, |,n
and their ivwnmencemciits and pn bbe csorcisn are bo
always attcnd?d by large and respectable audiences.
We noticed that the ('-adds were fn mourning ( #
their late Superintendent of iho Arsenal Academy, ?(
Capt. Matthews, whose high toned soldierly char- He
acur endeared hiss to all who knew hnr, and
wltiee hws Wlii bo deeply regretted by e?ery friend "
of tint institution.
The health of tbo city, as Ui ea we are able to gat
ju lgc, IS a; prteeot v?ty goodj but tlierc w every thc
< t * *
i.. *j> jp- ?, - 1 I
SO WM? lyftlMtkvMtt #lSMt- 'J
tow nimored that llm? or* mm flip- <* aU mta>
the ?ty, IKIwwi*,^ raw. fcsr f
i?(W]f? pest the wsadkor hap hrnw let aad
pfaMDt.iMrt a ?M show* Mi /wmrjjf mm?
?*??* * r*tii*a vcfstotisa and sooted Cm
Soosi dor ably. y
Indian ngiiu womoiw in On Nm lith
I 16th Hit. eerefol skirmishes took flace, rand
at be re were kHIed on bo ill tides.
Worreii I). Wilkee aunooucee that he wM kwt *
huubiaou Lie return to Kenans oo the 1st Hw
r Id Aegnet- Aetna! settler* am iartod to jotu
perly.
1m Keovee Owrier says the Crescent City Cirooa
>wed at Piekeos on Wsdussday Week, "fwe
penraaoes bat bule was expected* end wa behave
n? were disappointed. * Whoa loot hard
m, the sheriff and ttrecobstdbks warn iu ptosQit
lb a writ and wssfasst> jl^
Kenneth llayncr, ot N. C.> decent* the Hotter# ^
mi nation for Vice President, tie goes for Fill>rc
and I>ouclnon.
Henry Ward Bw!?t HHflMO that his paper
'aw York Independent) will hereafter "advocate
adorn of speech, freedom of the prase, frcs soft,
? men, and?Fre-?n<?ot fcnr the next PresideOL'v
The total dividend paid out by tbn CbarWatsn
surauoo nnd Iruni Oon?|iaay is |i The
I'aria Preaao snya that die meditation of
iasia conlrihulvd to an arrangement whereby the
Liitcd States agrees to pay to Denmark I be sound
ics for auutlwr year.
Spnin lias accepted the meditation of fiUM to
range the difficulty between her and Mexico.
A revolution promising saccesa baa broken oof
Vencxuela. It is headed by Ciena. Braehio*
orinc, nud tbc two Figaros.
Tux Kims Fees Stats LtaJUTvixDisitwj.?
A despatch from Topeka, K. T., rroehrrd
a St. Ixrtiis, dated July 4, savs that the free Statu
egislatnre, so called, which had ortftnWed that
ly, aceurdiug to adjournment, hod been warned
disperse by Col. Sumner, and had dispersed a*.
irdingly. The despatch represents that (Jul. Sumtp
enured Toj-cka at th? head of five rmnpuid,
dragoons, w hum he drew op in tl<? strut, mJ
ten enuring the J louse of Ue|west-utalivn, thua ^
Li reused the iiauiUn:
"I oui culled upon, gentlemen, to ptrfors tfs;
lost disagreeable Juty uf my lite, ouder tlie nutority
of the President's pnnd.im.-Uion. I noi lure
> disperse this flegislature, and therefore inform
>u that you cannot meet. 1 tL reft-re, in aocord?c?
with my uPtltt*, command you to disperse.
iod knows that 1 bare no party feeling in tins
inttcr, ami will have noiic *? k>ug as 1 h?dd my
resent p sitiuii in Kansas, t hare J Ust rettfMUfi
tnn the borders, where i have been trailing I tome
tmpauics of Missouriaiw, and now I am r*defed
t disperse you. Such are my orders, that yoU
ilist d??{>erse. 1 uow command you to disperse.''
Judge Schuyler asked Col. Sumner "if they
'ere u> understand that they wire driven out at
iv point ol the boyonct?" Col. Sumner replied:
1 will use tho whole force andcr my command to
n force th n order."
A similar scene took place in the Senate.
I'mmiuTt t'cciwuser?The Savannah
M-.irginn and Journal of the I?Ui itest. says: A
ubhe meeting held in St. IVn rs Parish, S. C . day
.-lore yesterday, resulted in a eery scre-us affray.
In- facts, as ihey have been related to us, lire simpr
these : i
The meeting was organised by calling the lion,
idrmind Martin to tlic Chair, nlid he proceeded tn
ppoiut a coiiKiiittiw to prepare business tor its
Xisidi-raiion. W'luu the Committee woe about fa
? retire, a Mr. Jeasu Pv plis, a member of the t
loitiHi of Representatives of J^ooth Carolina, a man
T dtepvratc character, stepped up to Mr. Marti--,
ml naked why he had not placed him npon w I
lUimitlisf Mr. Martin replud that ho hod n t
caught of ill whiTPO|a>n *!.v Perfks told h"w
wit be whs a d ?-d liar. ? V. M.-u titi forthwith
gittln<l luni down, nisi wus mficling u Irmn
U.isliwmetit spoil lino , At this tho Illinois <0
nth rules (N-nim- ncivl r?> inter<-vr, end it soon lir*me
a general fight. IV? are sorry to say, that
>r hi. U- Martill, of lln* city, the solt of the gvnentan
alluded i.> nl??*e, wo* sever sly rut,and that
lr. Pirpl. ? wuskiik-d.
It i? nut known who inflicted the wound slut It
;ni*?-d the death oT tin- latter
(l#i account may rot bo anmrsfefy correct, hot
..v'-iig mine to us in a probabb- form, wr give n .
>r w hat it is worth.
Tomr \ wwonsM \lio. ... I
snn .is* crowrn. rm
^Inin'tcul of the Mauclunler (Kng.) UiwtJwii
ius diHu iUii Mr. ItoHjia, the A imtii .111 Min?lri,
1 he np|?.-arvt] at the .Drawing Room,
tine 3l?:
"Mr. Holla* moved in the gay crowd bien du
tiffmc, iw wa* tutid of !>>r<l CMltrragh at the
ontrrt!* ,if Vu-ims, by the simplicity i?L In* nlt<re
Ir. 1 ia the nxut vciM-rabh* ?<f all the A users111
m misters timt I I'lawnliir. If you mw Imn
lung upon the platform of a WiiWym Conference,
mi would instinctively turn lit Into and declaro
at hu wns the lit nut man to preaiJu 0*1 r their
i liberations. Indeed, liw long hair of silrer white,
i* Mge yet amiable e*|>r?.asi??n, his white neckv>th,
and bhn k, c-lt-ric.il-looking drew, completely 1
-aluu one's hlwi of tl?e fm?id?at of a religious
>nuUvc. Mr J all** paid hi* re* pt-ci* to her Ma
sty in a block net of (juaVcr like cut, white
aiau-oat buttoned almost up to Ins throat, white
eckcloili and block knee brwehee, and black silk
ockiugs, ami l.ia tall, jet venerable figure, w.??
.-en in the diplomatic ctrolc, cloaely foiluwrd by
vo young aUnehcs similarly attired. Tlie Amentn.-t
might lutvs been proud of their nimiater, fc>r a
tore gentlemanly man, or one wlmee hearing was
idtoative of more sinrpiu dignity nnd self-reaped,
.is nut prcaeul nt tins iinwmg rrwo."
Fkom Ksrrass.?St. I-ww, July 'J.? Ad v.era
out T-<pek;t, Kaiuuu, In the 4*h, etote that the
rco St.ite CnmcutKiD met ? ? the M, and posted
aoiui.totia in laror of the Republican party, and
>p ahn,* to tlivir frieitda in Co-grrea to rcfaae all
|ini|irialihW until Kansas shouH he admitted as
Free Stoic. The I'resident's Mil (lor. Shan r'a
pi <x-Limillion* wire read, sftd aim a letter
out Co). Suniner, statu:* that he would d taper aw
le legislature. Aliout tKH) wcro preae?VaHf
ined. (.hi Ute 1th, Sumner, with 200 dragoon*'
vl two cannon, arrived and ordered the Leg'wla
we to disperse, atol they complied. The Consenan
?vns prcpai ing resolutions endorsing the Stale
overunion t and Ute Topcka Constitution. Fears
' an luvnsion kept large number* train attending.
Cojtottwio.ttl?Washington, July 8 Sknrr.?The
Committee on Territories reported back
ic lions* Topcku bill, amended by substituting
1* Senate bill amendment, which was adopted anC
issed.
House.?The consideration of the Brooks and*
a inner affair was postponed, in c??.requeues of ttr -n
ing before the Court to da v. Mr. Or* mnwn
0 previous <|ui xttoii on the bills pa?i J over the
:to by the Senate tor improvement of the mouths
the Miss tuiippi, bt. t^air and St. Mary's Rivera,
1 of which Mere |4m?i1 in theflovte by a sonstitiouAl
majority. _
Tiie Latkit Pao-Stav?r "Ot>T*Aea Phe
j?ort, by way of Chicago, of a Melhodlat Confer ico
having beeu broken ap in Mi?otri by pro
ivery nun, the church having been entered and' . ,
10 pixnWiUft olRcer tarred and feathered, the Philv
Ipliia Iicdg'-r ie a?ure?l, ie an enure falsehood,
pfatt pf tlic Kpieoopai Visitation tor 1866 shows
at tli" MWffhi CtohfMM is held but once a
?r, auil uvt till t>**l October.
Theouooical RsnwA*t at Columbia.?tVe
irn tlwit ?t the meeting of the Ifaoetors of the
mmary, held last tveck, the Rev. IV. Palmer
ad<-red hie r.sigiviuoti aa Ir--feasor t4 Kcolreiaeal
History, Ac. 'Hie Foard adopted paper set
g birth ra?om why the r?ignetion should not
accepted, which will be Ir.id before the Charles
i Presbytery at the meeting in October nert.
Part?jrr'a Accei-taxc*.?Nave Yeas, July 9
Pol. Fremont's kltcv of aco planes ia putdnhed
pledge* himself to no particular hue of policy ,
t ci 11 u.i' ? ?i arclumal di the ii It tee, hat suggests
viiittM*... of Kan.-sta as a free Hlatp, in order pi
sway with the effect* ot the repeal of (be Mis A
it'i <'^.inpreowve and Mtmfy the North. He re- 1
ds this measure &a pcrfi city in accordance wit I,
rights uf the Roelh ami Inar vital interests.
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