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VOL. IX.1 INNSBORO., S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 187 [NO. 1
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13 IC1ul'td11i:n WEEs-KLY By
I' 1OR'a'Es & 1v liAM,
Te--e -T1 II:n i iit p1. h h .1i W Ceek
jillt h*Twti nf Winnsbr q', it 03.04) in
ki \ltrn i t dv ti me s to be
rnv"iid i i dvant.. . dvnietei tt
Obi uary Nticvs amil Tribiules $1 n0 per
An Angelin a S3don3.
One aifterI. i i 11. o4 t ofz.iI,e,
I 870, Ia Iid ij i.-pb nn'u. ni, foo hw -
ed by a child l nte.rd oie (I' e ith.
iim.ble snilo-s iII tIh city o N -
TIhe w6I)r ppened to be p:a.ing
.at he' tm liti i mi eih -d by Cti isity
followed her in to kc. b.it wild cLi
lt:iel ing up to tLe har a'i Iold r'.
.;i ag th eI proprictor, shte sad : u '
%'an voaI ass9ist ml., I I bare 1.1) homIe,
no0 fr ielifs 1111w l m t able t:) nork."
. !i,. pia.ed at her, .11and th m11 at the
- luidl with a m1ing 1led look of curio!ty
uind pi Iy. . Evidentlily he %nas much10
till ried (o see a woman ill uh ai
.e .. e ip ,but w ih t aki.g
aid tntItaing to tlo.se leni, ie said
"UI .itlmltin iero is a lady inl dis
tres 10 n' : fme of you he31lc hr ?"
They i.11!lurlahly aLieed to the
r, e' t, zu it jilt I-. p ' (fL ten
Loi.., was i d &Iud I ut ink herl
.\ t l I , S-id theyoutle-nji wi.>
gave lir th ic o yon. comeil
y~ ~~ a ao :ieavery proper01
)'hoc for !;Y boy, ! a l y arve ):u
" r, 1 ku...i i tia t , proper puilC
for meh. to, be if), '11d yl(ou 1a'k le hly
I. nn, drive to uhey a "t'.p1. I will
< i-r Oh it isw
drin o her--W i.iheo! w s oem
happy and d u rountded by 0ind
luxuries tha. wealth meuld procude,
wvith an ind11.lnent husban-11d. BLL inl
an evil houril ho was temlpted, andl not
pWOseSsi the will to resist the temp
ta'tion, fell, and in one "short Scemr miy
dream of happinoes was over, mly
home forever desolated, and the kind
husband, and the wealth somne called
mine, lost, lost, never to return, and
all by the tecui-scd wine cup. You
o before you only it wreck of my
fullmer self, homelsCsC8 and friendless,
and with nothing left. uo iu this world
but this little child.'' Weeping bit
terly, shie affectionately caressed the
golden vurls that shaded a face o,' ex
. egainling hier composure, and
turning to the proprietor of the saloon,
shbe continued : "Sir, the r:e:on I
enter a placo like tlh is3 to iml-ore
those who deal in the deadly puinon
to desiSt, to stop, a busincs that
-pretids de olation, ruin, poverty and
t rtnn. Think one moment of
.ur own los ed ones and then imagite
hem ill a siltlltion I ai ill. I p
pIa to your betti nature, I appeal
to voira hcirt, for I kiow you possess
I kod one, to rethi o fromt a business
No ruillnuls to your pattrons. )id yo
ilmow that thU lloney you ic- ivo
aicross this bar is the siuu as tak ing
1. read from out tle mouiths of fia,ish
ed WIives anid chi ld ron of your customa
br.ax ? Tna it, 'at ~tiis thte clot hes fronm
their i alks, demprives them of all tieo
Cola. lorts of .ife, antd unhappinte.s,
misery, crime and desolation into
1.hei1r onice happy homne ? Oh, siri, I
imapliore, beseech andi praiy you to ro
tire f'rotm a butsiness you bhI 11 to own
you are engaged in before your fellow
amaen, and enter one that will not1 only
be prolitable I) tolouself hant to y'our I
follow creatuires 1also. You will e,?.
cu1e ino if I have spoken too pltany,
bu.t I coutd not hlp it when'i I
tought of the misery anid unhappi
neoss it has caused mel.
Miadam, I am n iot oiffendedC," he
an~fswered(, with Ia voice hausky witth
emuouton ''but thtak you from myt
hearI)t for v'hat you have satid.''
'Mlamma,"' Raid the chtild--who
inanatimte had 1been spoken to by
rome of the genttlemei n prceent-tak
ilng hold of lher lfnOther's hant~d, Ahose
Lgenttlieiu with 111 to a'ing 'Ilittlo
.Hessitt' for themt, '.hall I do go ?''
"Ye.s if', darilng they wish you
Th'ley allI jo)inYd ini the rtiust,( andl
pl ag he cin llI a ir she itaing inl a
swcOt chilti iua* vijce, the fol
powinag beautiful song:
)aut in thae gloomy ni'gt, saly' I roam,
I have nao nItoth lde lar, no pient homeal ;lal
No oneti cares f'or tole, noi one1 wVoul cry),
lven1 if ipiiir lit tle Ue'ssie' shoiuld d i'.
earv I ad tired I'vei waimleired all da~y.
Ajiking' lot' work. but1 1 am31 too smalthey
Onth dm groundta 1 mustI lay mty biendi,
WVe we're io happ jiii till f lhtet' idrantk rum1,
lThen all etar I'oinhi'i anid sorrowi ii begunt
'.' Iy they fd dtl n tn e ih
jFiiiund Ihir II dead,. laces all s'ilent andii whiito;
'nen i ith big teatrs dropping I saidl
h t I if lthe temperamino n only could finmd
oor', wra'ion aed fther01 iad Ialk very kind ;
f thely wuld tocp him fromudr'inkinig, a het
Utr poor lin l Uesic must 80oon starve and
thea~ d ty long I've beenlbeggngfor
The gamo of billiards was left un
finishod, the cards were throwvn aside
an1d tl uem1010 ptied gl reineiild c
the. coniiter, ill hid pres ied near
SOMn ic iiltith eriosity, bom0ot With mud
11NeSs, taid Sojo V.ilt pily beam'lining it
their eVes, entr.anced with the voic
aund bauty of tie child, wlio secm
better itted to.hIe with the aUgel:
al ove t~ui in i , place.
T[i.e :ne 1 .i hall never forget, t
ily !, i day, tnd the sweet a , .enet
ea ad 1.; very wo d of thwle t;ng as ii
droppedt~ from hl lips nT devip it,tt
the h lie::r tIh;s gathe red tirnmi hu
her. With her golden hair fIllin
:ir-tld her bttle shouldecrs
I ,er h -T :V:iotethoria! beaut)
and bi..nii g 10 trts:itigly a l Coil.
fortibly upon the tn around, Ic
beau-tifull Cyc'; ill lnmifintAed t. t see(-g.
i n ct of th,1) formed a. en re c
purity tind tinocence wet hy tlt
geiiiis of a poet or painter.
At. tlie cloe of the song imaby werc
weeping ; tmen wh) had not shed a
t ea r for ) eakrs no". wept like childr en.
One oanig man who had resisted with
ecorn tic Ileal ings of a lo% ing mother,
and the entreaties of friends, to strive
to leadI a better life, to desiiht from a
course that was wasting his fortune
anl ruilig his heath, now PpIpproach.
ed the child, adil taking both her
bandls in his, while tears streamtied
down 1his pale cheeks, excltilmed with
deep emotion : (; od blebs yoi,
God.bless you!" and put( ing a bill
ini tile hands of the mother said,
"t'.casi aec:'pt this ti ife! as a toicen of
lily reard anuld esteem, for your little
gi-rI has done C a iitidiess I catn
never repay. And remember. when
ever yOU are iii want you will filld tom
a1 t rue friend, at:th1sam time givring'
tier li name aid address..
TaUi" her C1thl by the hand, she
turned to go, but. p:usinig at the Lo,11'
Sid : "U d bless you, gentlemen 1
Accept the lieartfit thanks of' poor
fr ndtes ,woni.r., for the kindnels and
courtes.y you have shown her." .
fore any ouie could ieply she wias
A silence of several minutes ensued,
which was at length broken by the
proprietor, who exclaimed : Gentle
men3, that lady is riglt,. and I have
sold my last glass of v.hiskcy ; if any
of you waitt more you will have to go
"And I. have drank my last glass
of whiskey," said it young man ii.
bad long been given tip as utterly be
yond the reach of those who had a deep
interest in his welfare-na tie sankc
too low over to rerfOr mi. "''here is a
temperanee org.ani".ition in this city,
called the 'i'emle cf lone; and at
their next ieceing, I shall send up
ily namie to be admitted, who will go
with mc ?" i-I-I, and I," sever
al excxla1imd it a.ehoru:, and fifcen
nimics were added to hin.
True to hisword, the owner of the
saloon where this stranfgo scene was on.
acted, ditposed of his entire stock the
ne(:t d.y, and is now engaged inl at
icii'imi ltd flIh SaliVIges.
General Sherman had a conversa,
tion With a reporter last evening, and
is imade to say, concrning General
Davis's ind iettment of Captain JAet
and prepaiirations, for hanging himn
anidsome of his associates "1 f the
staitement is correct, there is no doubt
that General Davis must have exceed
ed his duty, andt lie (vould have beent
reosponisible for his acts, lHe should
be guided bj military rules and the~
law. We all know they .are murder
ers. Tfhe Presider t hinaself sayst the
are murderers, and had Genera!' Davis
"ut thle tf wile .they were being pur
aued, I do niot think lie would htave
exceeded his duty. [He did not do
this, and could not afterwards. shoot
thiem in eold blood., General Davis',
report to Gerieral Gehuonold, General
Sthernmian said niay differ .from that
piublisthed in th~e pa.p era. Davis is too
experienced ani o seer to do tnythuing
thatt would bring odium upon the
airmy or lay imtself openi to military
court manrtial for exceding his duty
as an officer." The general thinks
there will be no diflic ulty about dis
posig of tihe Modoedi under nrrerdt,
TPhose found guilty .. of murder will
be hanrged o- shot, and if it lie proved
there wae au aigreeernn for a geneial
upirising among the tri.>es, others will
receive t.nme punishment as a warniin~
ti. the Indians, Ile renharksd, how
cver, that it was a pity the guilty
Modocs were not dhot at first, then
altlihis; cornmmiisicn L-usiness and ex.
pinrid world hade been avoided. At
to the killing already of a few pris
onerts, Shiermian said those who corn
mitted the deedl are tow blackguarda
and tun dei'ers who had nothing what
over to do with the army.
Tlhretening to Shoot Stokes.
James MclGiben, a. captain ini tin
Twelfth Louisiana lRegiment in thi
CJonfederato niriny, and latterly a ceri
in the office of the ]Erie Rtoadt, at Nov
York, and who had beon the recipien
of many favors from thte late Jame
Fiskc, Jr., was arrested in that city
Wednesday, for threatening to sheo
IStok es. TJhuo threa t was atti ibute<
Iby the Tlomibs justice to intoxication
but in default of bail to keep th
peace MeGibon was committed.
A lutty Eepor.
0Here is the way they do things itn
the Idaho Logislature. The dient
lent bears [is its title,. " R -i t of I ho .
Comm, ntitteo ou Educaioon on CosiI
Bill No. 38, rolating to ihe taxation
of dog. in Oncidq county :"1
[n tho Cnne'l-Cn Saturday, Decem.
ber 28th, ?Jr. St ump of Oeila
county ilntrod uced 'U. II. 138, .tot
ing, to the tax-tion of dcgs in')ii i
da couity, which was read Ist a.d
2d1 t.lim, iel referred to commit
tee on E ution.
R1l'on T :- OF . Tn o. iot m i T I'.:.
jMr. Presideit : Your Committee
on Educati on, towol-om w:is referred
Gouncil bill No. 3S, re1 .i:! to the
taxltiol of dogs in OWeida conty,
have had, the saito under consdidvra
tionA, an11d report, tlhe ir o0i io niull (he
bill should pa s Witil ' eertainl
amielinmelts, (lie rea-0ous for which
are herein set forth ; aIm the charic.
ter of said. auednuizemnts Firsti-Th I
the stu tip-tail dogs shou!d bo
exenii pt from (lie provisions of this
Act, for goxd rcieon: It ii conceded
by scieitifio men that a stumup tail
dog, <vhen ader full heaodway otf ho
comotion, is still unable to skilfully
turn a cortir, Leing minus the taiI, t
which soervcs as the rudder to a bhi') T
to eiable the oraft to steer s.afely into I
the desired haveu. This fact, without c
elaborationi bhould appealvdirebtly to
tho s3ympathit.s of the members of
this Counil, that the dliceiency of I
'Ii h.2eiliiitiful cxtenw.in If the verte- f
b al cci mnt 0lould i. c uitidered a
fiir dTfset , tihe burden of taxation
placed tion the heads of moro fortu
na te dogs. All suggestioun to exempt t
sun-do1, 0oon er-d or other select I
breed of dog,.from te liovisions of
tile bil, should be promptly repuidia
ted as impertinent, nr.;ers it cnll be
cledarly demonstrated by the generalo- a
gy o such breeds that Ihe original r
type, cxistted in .Mth a condition as
to jusltifv the inference that in no- t
e-rd .nce with the theory of Dat win. s
i6m said breeds are appriachii) that :
sioial :11. phytical cow'litiou as will
ultimately tesult in their h.viug con
tirol of the ballut box. - t
It is furthermore a fact well known i
that the ruling ideas of aI nition are r
often couched ill %tuiiar phrasos, V
nuch as the following : "A ngro fur
dogs,"' " 'A poor m-in for children,'
"A Dutchiman for satuer kraut," etc.
etc., al in/Inium.
your Cotimiittea would therefore,
suggest, by way of admoition, thut
aily attelipt to iscr i ia in !rgis- I
tion igainlst tle favorite Op!cies Of tL.
"wards of the nation" might, re.,uit1
in Stirring up a horntA's nest, th.t a
nothing but the pretei.ee of Sheridan's
cavaly could control. 0Other reasons t
might be adduced, including the fond- c
news of the great executive head of f
the nation for dogs, but the delicacy
of 'ho subject is opnarent.
Your Coniuittee would furthersug.
gest that all that portion of tle bill t
relating to imal and feima!e dogs be
referred to tle Comumittee oil Mails
and Mtil la'ilities 'atil would
furtheriore represent, in the )an
guge of one of Idaho's most popular
sonls, that this is the dog gou'dcst.
question your Committee has yet had
to investigte, an11d would so recom
M~l'N A LLY,
(.San Franfchco Chr'Ior ice.
The followiing chlangtes will taile
piaco0 after June 40, 1875.
l;-Prainkinig privilege ab)olishedc.<
2-PostmIlasters suppli ed With of
3--Oflicial stamips must not be used
except for oioial business.t
4l-Stainps for one departmtent con
fi of1.vo uised for corresponde'.co of ln- i
5--No matter can piass through the t
6.-PIostage mulst be collected onil
newspapers published in the counlty
7-Exchanges not free. Publishters
must pay postaago on each exchange
8-Postal carda not called. ('or are
not--ent t o t he d ead lotttor office.
0--Postal cards cantnot be used a
10-Ordinary cards can be trans
mitted through the maiils by. affixing
one cenit stamp, provided the enitiro
message is printed. '.J'h addrces may
The New York Ic egitdat tire has lates
ly made a marriage law whieb is oal
culaited to divest mastri mony of inueh
of its roimanco. Tfhe law liuthorizAes
c lergymnf to EdmIiinibter an oath to
all parties heekinog to be mnarrid.
Such piarties arc requirced to testify
upoin oath as to age, responsibility,
residlence, and( other facts,. and if de
tected in wilful miaropresentation are
liable to the pains5 of perjury.
One of the civil aortio rles rovt..
F ly adopted, and enhy awaitintg pro
to mulgation, is thpt.t females shall not
a be allowed to compote for p'ositions.
,in the decpartmet higher than nine
t hundred dollars per annum. The
I law provides for theoir appointmerrt to
', poaitions with such salaries ; and but
e i' A his it is suipposedl by some that
they would ha dronned altogether.
The lotlnge by the Na.
The Daily Crit c, a spi il h tly even,.
ilg ptper of Washington. inI its jt'i of
last Sat tulay, coitaine-l the foilow
fig Intel minhg itei of nlews
A few days sinen there w.-i shiip
ie.1 from WiVyhinigton to Loniv Ike:
io ume ole.1( of President
ranitt, thI.roO watgou lu-ds of chu.0e
iowers in pots, two rui iP -oett,O
aid forty hanging Nket, whichA tie
Ceenl eye of thle pract11 i V bsmer will
mi.,s If.r une ti:iie -.roan thle it'anic 4
rdon. liong Ilaitivc inl the Itean
:'in nill litestnt to the Wa hi lt m.
ans the Lom at treti.ii of havitg the
Preid entt'. ardeii enchaliing his cot.
.age arounId witi the array o, floral]
;cnis and a uatic property h-ereinbefore
Th I ,' ! Il very ii(eo nul donbtless
wory home-like and attri.eive for the
>es 11ent and the few otlice-holding
Aya.,h igitonians, wdho may teeemlipany
dilm, or ,froinga tino No. tie. visit .thei
xecutivc miansion oy the rea. Bat
that will the 1eop-lo who are taxed to
>roti,de . these I'H.ries 'ay ? The
lotanical Garden is no tore the rri.
-ate property of the Pt ed lant th ai
f tle humblest titizen 1i th.o coun.
ry. lie han no mpie right to ship
are planta, choice fl'.is, and
lcautiful haniging baskets from this
Onfetrvalt-ry than he has to take the
aoddes of Liberty from the dome
f the capitol and set it up on his
rivate grounds at Loig Uganch to
rightell away trempaa.crs .. NEt only
as he lbtanical Garden despoiled,
ut a large portiotl of the furniture
hie.h the Go'erunm-nt provides fur
he White llo'nio was shipped. to
AnMog Brandh. Eiglit. wagon loads of
1, accordinip to the llenild, uri ived
at Friday. i'They contained enopglh
pjItieracly to fiil a couplo., of suCh
wi's Cottages us, .!ie President
cuides in, Aid comprised all varieties
f household furniture, ftom tote-a.
etes and sociables to flower pots eid
As James Bailey, a woilkman at
he shops of the Citirlotte, Columbia
nd Augueta Hailroint, wIas pg~sing
ear t ie lapt ist Churclt last night, he
maassaulted by two men, one of
vhom htruck him in the forehead
rich a lub, inlicijug a severe wo !-d
iid l -ock:ing him e sen 1. S-. The
oli er s thleni took from him his
icket. book, containn :.bout forty
oIl Irs inl moitey, a pair of new i oots,
is wateh and other. articles of !ess
alue, which lie la.d just purchiod.
lIe wounid , d man wient to tile drily
oro of Dr. Hicinitsi, where his
ounds wers atteiJd.- l to. Berides
lie n ound in the foirehond, he reeuiv
d a scvcro contui on of the knuckles
rom the blow of the slnb as ho threw
phis haiids "o wai-d df tihe saime.
hir. Bailey says the robbers wer
olored men, arid that be saw one of
hem standing near tihe tree as he was
>as.ing along. The hands were paid
11 at the suirps )e::tcrd-y, anid it is
urmisen that the robberj was
omm itted by some parties knowing
his fact.-Col. Uniin-llerald.
Aft Appallinig S11tidte.
4. an early hour this morning, a
nail atid wife, iresiinjg at A inS'.
vorth qnarreled. The woman.
migi-red beyond enduriance, put
in bonnet aiil shawl, st ating as she
leparited, "Good- bye :iyou will never
ce tie again.A' She theni made,. her
way to the depot, sait ea'mnly down
mn the steps of the platforth, niid
wai'ed, appairontly withojut omno
!on,' the arrival of the morning ex.
,ress-a train thiat did tiot atopi at
lie depot. It enamp thntiod-ring along
. fult speed, at the usial hour. The
r'~oiianI arono as she saw the steaminig
aginec, firmly braced herself andl when
lie locomot ive was lbut a short dis
aince froma the depot sho hurled her.
elf upon the track, and was crushed
e an unrecogniitble msass.
The English still keep. up many
>ld fashions of the-'days when th-sre
vere few if any puiblio rocords. Kow
ridge, built in 1Th9, was only very
'coontly madl free (if foll, on whichl
lay the Lerdl M'ayor proceeded in
tute to the bridge and1( iupekodl the'
;ate, )hich was then taken'. off and
tarried away, and~ all the boys pre.set
all recolleet wheni they are old men
hat they'saw the thing dIoie. jis
premony muiost have been t athor
bioe aigreable thtan that obser'ved in
Rlussia, whoe~r the mtagistratga annua!-il
y mntae a p:'oces.sion rona .the
'ounds of thie pa ri.,b, an rd at e ve'y
>ornecr eatch a boy, tic himt to a stake
aid whip him.. They say the boaty,
remetinbeJrs thiat btake as long as~ he
lives, if it is a oenatury.
han lrancisco Italletin : "Lepro
ay among the Chinese of this : itj li
uthi-ng no.. As early as the year
1850 a Chinese leper was soon1 on
Kearnoy street, and t aken in chr arge
by tht~authoritios, who had him re
mtovedl a safo distance fromi the busi
nsess part of the city. Since then.
leprosy has freqnently shc wed itself
in the Chtinceo quarter, but it has
generally been mistaken for s'ome
other loathscr.o diieane.
No wotnder let Major lewis Mer
rill, of Jh)DJvi'i.d States Atiy, in
cmt01itt1"11 of the couitnties under nmr.
t.l Iw, was indefatigaible in hunting
lown the itin.e No wonder th-st
perceable citi,.unist were arrested with.
out ca.se, and thia any trumped-up
tist i moiy was warrant enoiigli for
10teairng a Citizen ftom his home and
lodging jijf. its j:it. It paid. In
it'tlr t( wo:i1 br: the wl;o!o expla.
natiion of the a:'dc:.t ::ebl of the Ru
1low much ldid it pi1ry ? It paid
laj.r $,(, )19U for forty-*seven con1vie
timis, 43000 for tihe ar:'t ef foily
persni who became wittiosses for the'
prosecut(ion, an14d $ .1 C1(, fir t wettj
persons who .were iV:diuted, but. are
not yet convicted. Total $21,400.
is it not evideut that arresting Ku
Klux at $200 a head ji a highly
profitable buinItes * especially for a
per.ou who draws, bebidCe his full
pay as an olicor in the army of the
United States ?
The lencral Assembly appropria
ted $35,00q for the aymont of the
rp.wards ull'red by Governor Scott
fur apprehension and conviction of
persons engaged in the Ku Klux
'onispilracy. MAijor Lewis Merrill,
United Statcs Army, gobbles $21,.
100, and the arbitrators ply them
tolvos $2501) for their trouble. The
remainder goes in this wise : Thomas
?o. Wilkes .7009, 11. ?). 1j) ron $1200.
TaMes C anton *1200, W. 11.
iown $1600. Grand total $:3-1,900.
Balance left in the treaaur ', for man,
neis I00. Poor troaiuy .
L is now taid that (ho oppropria
Lion uideor which these payments wvere
inde was lint pa'sed by at two-thirds
rote, and is, therefore, void and of no
Sitct. The money is gone, and an
not be rccovered, but what were the
3overnor and the Attorney Genral
i.iing that they diI tot detect th-i
mportant Irtegularity ? Guv rior
Ioses knows all about the pa-sisage of
bills, an(I what forms are required
o be complied with to' make thom
itding. It is somewhrt strange
hat he did not remember that an up
propriation tbf. tueney,, by iketlaia
iao. is abaolutely .. hull. Perhaps,
om.ebody 0,ctt provo that 1lhe Ku
Klux appropriation was properly
umide in wloiigh ease ,the 'peiole will
.ave the 'conseiclation of knowing.t
hey have boeen rubbed by hiw tnder
he furms prescibed by the Coustitu
A lBra bmi.n ouent to ihe nal ket for
a goat, to o!v a. a sacriilce. Three
thieven si-shdc! to get pos L1sion ).
.t ' nd fvm Ur this, 1an pose :-(ationt u
Lthet4:.cI ves at il.tq r vals aloig the
road. The Brahmia ju:c!i..sed the
goat and plaect it upon hiis back.
% len ho tapproachied the fi. tst thief,
he Was accoisted : !Lio! Brahmini,
why do Yoi th is carry c. dog on your
totdder !" ''he U ahinin replied,
Lhis is not a dog ; it a goat for it
acrihee." A little while after, the
; c*nd thief said s .lo . BrahlminU,
why do 'ou thus carry a d-;g on yoir
shioulder ?" The B.ahimin, perplex
ed, put the goat down, examined it
carefully, was confident that it was.
not a dog, again placed it upon hi'
o ulder; anid continuted his. way.
lIe ap'.roaichled thq~ It ti thief, w bo
eucosted htim:. Mo ! JBrahiin, why
dol you thus carry a dog on your
tl'hou'do U" Thwii tim th(Ae good
Birahmint was greatly frightetted,
thirewv down -the goat anid hastened
htomei to perform ablutionts for havinig
.ieillod himeself by touch ing ati.. un?
3lcan animtal. The thieves toJk the
;oat and had a feast.
laring Attempt to Wreck a Putssenger
Some fiend in hutman shtape, yeslt'r
:lay, plaiced a crotsstie neross the tratcl
>f the Greenville anid Coljitibia Itail.
road, Itt a p.' 1:tweent l'omaria and
[lope Stat iont, where thIt embhank
mient is very htight, which was discov
ered by the yigiIavt en'inecer of the
:lownf passenOTger traint (whose name we
regret htas not been fitriihed us) in
timei to save the happening of what
equhd ntot.harve termialtard otherwise
than a terribl'e disager. .What the
>bject was that protmpted~to this dija
bolicai act cnnot be ingmned. Jie.I
tides the regular passpongors were theo
Masonic and somte ruemberg. of the
other committees, ttafe had Iuen in
Mrtotndataee utuon the funeral earomo..
nies of the 'late Minister Orr, a
Anderson. It is t' be gopadi tlso per
son who laid tie ;glot may be discov
cred aind properly punished.- Union.
A Firs't Iflonor Man.
The cornmmtentent exercison of
Pa ineo Collego take place on the
2iti), Ifi'atan t, .W ta.' .Cu lJu.. I'rya it.
be ore the alumni. J'ohtn P. Ken
niedy Bryatn, E.(g., sont of Judge Geo.
8. Bryan, of thte Unoited Stae Court,
ti1es (lie lirst honor: Iandl pronounices
thto valodictory addreios.
A retired actress has beeni toniehitng
elocution to the children in a Scotti~h
town, and the old p.eople deflre that
all the young fo'.k say "beeyoutit'ul
skanyc" and nble suko.'
k ein g ichn-w th 'ieI . r Ig I ,
whcich is to n letede the tiire-.mi.
voe and knightly t: I -v
do well enough for those li Is ;Wb
lack t fi cient ro, t-.kit lity. of liwh, but
( nr Virginia we!!o'ne ir n i
'e et in any of the uvvosii y I
adjuts that g" I" make upth
perfect mnould of the f mrm, U"
Caln keep their therr: cn, a7
stockings up, without remoiting to 4n)
new tion wiH' the u ha ill th 1 e
Yankees u.k us to surra
Thegarter is nu old and ti Ali..hd i0
stit tion, and, althlongh thle cias-.ie ih.
I ellIionl w it I!Ithe b1, l l! i,: e C i a .
eept(d by many ci.y helles. the int o
burn aind inieanventional e unnry
giils still rtick to twino andl t ipa and
other strings-somio even ining :!.s a
tio the primitive whirp of s.trm.
we will have !oneu df tisa nw f.iduw
ed hipl attachment g,,aring. We are
true to our ancient. tien It i n
rect assault up-oin our civili'ation a
blow aimed at, our gartered right.
and we will resint it while We have .1
leg to tand on. L .'.a, ho irre to
your stockings. lfdrO the 1 , e,
of the garter, tnd ini.-ibe ti,:,n it
that graId ini-tto of the grandt
ordirk of knialith-(d er e.t:bi. h'I
--"61lii'l .pl |ya.zia
(here is n ;t a iu n, ont . er ld in
Virg in, bu1t. will M Y 1o11a th. PI
and hed hi W.t dro' -f Idolo in A.
ience of the gat rl iights of ': m .n,
nd cry, "IoJln nith the 1a
We arn lad to loani frtom Was:-h
ington thLt the governinen.t has so
c (Qed the rin~ r T;.!. 1 :- aL 1ou
rir i:n senrch of the Pobluis. Ti s4
scalls to be spceially ad..I tet for th
purpose, anl the fact tih..t Sit- was
thie inst-1run1ient (if h.aVing; Cal-tainl
Tyon and hiS fellow voynpt-, fromi a
horriblu death lends rIditi,.ral iNoer.
CAt to this new (nterpri'e of th e Navy
Departniot. 'Tho sttry of the t nr
vivors has or.ek a ch id in tho
Americauna rt, and1 e! ery ono inov
is anxious to hear what Captain Rotd.
dingtol and his associates have to
(ly on the i<e h.. Tih war tern.
cr Juniata proceeIds this wie.k (A
Disco and Uplo rivitik asi aNYav:
courier to the Tigroesi We are cwi
tidentt that, the xiuediti m i will b31e
cestsful, andl that ma' ny u--t,:h liint., to
f'wurc Arct c x p'or ris .ill be glean. d
rIom the o:li :O ur the ivaria.
A CRY A ,i ;Sir: Y
The Iho'klyn (. . .) :.b :nakes
thoe appa!'ng:taa, en that osecr
800 bUdiCs, ' t h LIcry Ovidohce 0if
violent death upon fh:i, haVU buin
found in and i t.t ( i t ay duirin
the past tveivo inotm ths. A Iew (of
theni were ren .;. - by frien s :p,
and iprivalelv Lijuil, hAt the;ot
maj irty i . ti' d 111' ...I i
Many of the dca,- wier,-e e'i Idr, , a
fev were old imen , but the iina!s W.0;
comnposed ofr the: ma!tire i-nd-1 oso
botiICh sef' In" a12 siit wo' :f .
bodieos of tweve scinan sv we re 121niil1
exhibit of one city, a 1that. not the
lar'gest of' the IEinirie Stat2e,
Corned beefI d.G1nhl i: ver he 1,sif
ed . It Bsuld only~ 2iniiiner, be.ing
place on apat I t Il.e rea~ige or stov
where this~ pro... uny it' iln uinteriV
ruptedtly from11 tour t,i .: har. ,:
cording to the Siin' of t he pi ec'. If'
it is to be servedoe cold, let the muea1.re.
minf in thie lignlor until cold1(. Ton1f 1
be..f can lie inmle tendeir biy le:tting! it
remiaini in thle Ilino un2til the0 1.t
day, and then briniging it to theo Ld
inig point just hafore servintg.
We would like to lie am ble to bn lievo
honestly and1 operyet i':' ly pirolce, theo
int ereats of t he ',t1ate '3jn d hi~s 1. 21
case, wit hout y'ibll ig to aniy ofthe r
miotiv'so than a regard for' duty. f.int
w.se are' not encoura'imjed by the pio-t
records of proinenuzt meni :inouig
them . D id not, our1 governior, t hen
tsreaket of, the house do all ini his
piower '.o pt (1'o valid( a tin and 2(2 seI..
tlemient iI s th rough the l eghiatur 112
1),id not our treasuror, I t e crtary
oif Stato, a14al. these bon)gdi andf even
illegally take the seail of thle Sitato to
New York to facilitate their m11nllI.
factutro ? Did not onr attornaey '!n-l
01r1 al then d1~ tricot judl ur' e -upon ~ I
inmberi f3'l rom1 thb.5 co u nty th p43f.
priety of voting for theo vobidatintg
Canr you gather' flf.: from thhe,t~ca --
"'An old Tahe'lor said othier..'.s a
darned0( sight more j':weliry w no .i w
a-daysa than wheni I wa:s 3 ounig. Ibit
thiere's onne piece0 thI.At 22 alwas. ad- 4
ired41 wssihe I don't m:,u ien iuiw.'
"Wha it i. thfat ?'' au.ked aI yo'ung la
"A~~ thoi el s wbu Ih r'yti . ri.1
the ro of the eUo.
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