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THE ABBEVILLE PRESS AND BANNF1R
BY Vi A. LEE ANI) lltJOH WIL80N. ~ ARRFVIT ip h p rntn * v tppnr?r7^t>t7-10-1z ' ' 1'1 ia^?bg .' ii
. AUJJIiVILLE, 8. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1870. vnT.TTiwrc YVTT~iwr? ao
PBNNEVS MUG Ml
DON'T FORGET TBS PLACE
At the Sign of the
EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
DARBY'S CARMINATIVE, EXCELLENT
for Babies; Polish to mnke
Roup ; Indigo, Borax, Bay Rum, Ilostelter'e
Bitters, Pbilotoken, Henzine, Chlorodine,
Blistering Tissue, Cbnmoise Skins, Rad
way's Resolvent, Ready Relief and Pill?,
and a thousand other articles?all having
different names, but equally useful to persons
who b&ve need of tbem.
Woman's Best Friend.
BRADFlELD'S REGULATOR, foi
sale by W. T. PENNEY.
rrice"$1.50 per bottle.
Call and get a circular free, learn of ill
merit.! ffom tbe teetimonv of those wbn
faavo used it.
Heinitsh'g Queen's Delight.
THE Crowning Glory of Medicine and
\ronder of ecience, for eale by
W. T. PENNEY.
Price $1 0 per boltle.
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid.
THE most powerful disinfectant known
Cures Burn,',and Running Sores, removes
Staina and destroys all Auio<al and V^ge.
table Poisions, for sale by
W. T. PENNEY.
Price 50 cent#.
For Bale at $1.00 per bottle, by
W. T. PENNEY.
Motice to Persons Suffering
A SOVEREIGN remedy is found in
the Green Mountain Jstbma cure,
prepared by Dr. J. II. Guild, Rupert, Vermont,
and for aalo by
W. T. PENNEY.
Price $2.00 per botile.
Leidy's Blood Pills.
An Axcel'ent form in which to take extract
of saraf arilla. Tbey have been tutted
and fouad good by. persons bare. Cull
and boxes and try tbem. Price
25? p^HIV For sale by
W. T. PENNEY;
tfor. 26,1869, 81?tf
?... n- n.^i??. n nt?i
v/uvc unjr MJV, A. or&tT B JJrug DfcOre.
Abbeville C. H., S. C.
February 26, 18G9, 44, tf
Phoenix Iron Works,
Columbia, 8. C.,
GolM! & SpMgji
ALL kiodsof Mill Castings,)(Saw and Grist,
Ritihogs for Hnoin, Gardens, Grave
Yards Sugar M'lls, Boiler*, Machine Works
and Agricultural Implements ' manufactured.
We manufacture the Brooks Revolving Coiton
I'roM. Order* are solicited and executed 00
cheap terms.. M. GOLDSMITH,
Oct. 89, 18$?.18ni] M. KIND
/"1ERTAIN Kotes and Acconnts, belonging
\J to the Sdtate of Dr. E. E. Pressly, dec'd,
ara iq that'llaodo 'of the andersigaed forcolectfon,
Parties coneerusd would do wall to
liecd thiA.BOtig*, ',
-If -. } CT0MSON * FAIE.
MllJlv ^STOK?9, BOLTENGi
CLOTH. -SireT MAtmrvwa ?u
kinds o^JIU^iftdings, for. fiale at tht
lowest cash price by
A 19'I if 1^69^^?12"fa8ta' Ga*
ROBERT R. HEMPHILL
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
OFFICE ON LAW RANGE.
Jan. 7, 1870, 37?tf
Hiins d. n. sides,
II11DS. PRIME SHOULDERS
1 Casks Sugar Cured HAMS.
Tierces Ceaf LARD,
Muscovado, Clayed, Cuba, and S. ]
New Orleatt*, Silver Drip and Bee Uii
75 Barrel* FLOUR, assorted.
100 Sacks Liverppcjl SALT,
. MEAL, HOMINY and BUCKWHEA
Willi a full assortment of everything
, tbe GROCERY LINE.
IIATS, CAPS, SHOES, OSNA
BUItGS, HOMESPUNS, TABLE an
' POCKET CUTLERY, SPADES, SIIO^
ELS, AXES and HARDWARE gene
ally, for sale at tbe lowest 6guiea by
Norwood, DuPre & Cc
Dec. 31, 1869, 30, tf
Ji V AVJLiXl JL .
TIIE subscriber will rent for tho presei
year the two places of Mr. Derm
1 O'Neil, ubovA Abbeville Village, an
known as (he ''Lino place" and the" otln
as ibe Tsnyurd place. For Terms appl
to bim at Abbeville Village.
Jan. 14, 1870, 38?tf .
Greenville and Columbia Hail
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE
Columbia, January 15, 1870ON
and afier WEDNFSDAY, January 1
the following Schedule Will he run daily. Si
day excepted, connecting wkh Night Trains <
booth Carolina Road, up and down, and wii
Night Train on Charlotte, Columbia and A
guata Road going South :
Leave Columbia, "7.00 a m
" Alitou 8.40 a m
" Newberry, 10.10 a m
Arrive Abbeville, 8.00 p m
" Anderson. 4.20 pm
" Greenville, 6.00 p m
Leave Greenville, 6 45 am
" Anderaon,- 0 .25 a m
" Abbeville, 8.^0 a m
" Newbury, " ; .M.8# a m
M ' Alston. 2 10 a m
Arrive Columbia, 8.46 m
The Train $ill return from Belton to Ande
sod on Monday ?<W Friday mornings..
. JAMES O. MEREDITH, G?ner*l Sa]
I STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN.
In the Court of Probate
John F Edmund, vs. Frederick A. E<3
amnd, Ellington A. Searle, Kx'r Jam
A. Edmund, nod others.
. Petition requiring Executors to Accoai
: ' Ac. ?
IT appearing to myteati$faction tli at Hei
ry C. Ed mund a defendant in abo?
caese reside? without the limit* of Mi
State: f-rt f i ?'.
On motion t>y Thomson & Fair So1
for Petitioner* ordered that the aaid He
ry C, Edwardi, do appear and plead* at
> v-?'< <*
~|:a?u ui ucuiH VU MIO peiHHHI W1U11D lOl
i ty days from the publication of tfaW ord?
i Of tb? nue will- be taken proconfea
< fT WILLIAM HILL.
J. P. A. C.
; V Jan. 25,1870, 40?41
? concerned is hereby gSren that
* > flo*l! lettteinent of the estate
> '^bttlM? LHei, dee'd, will be ia theoffi
^ ^tbe Mm dfc nobaufk Abbefi
5 County, pa Wednesday, the 10th day
Pub. next, and that at uM t1?u m<I 3?
, tbfl Administrator's of eaid Estate wUUl
j ply fora fla4Uiscberg9 M ?ch.
JOEL W. LTTM,
' JAMES. C, LITES,
i t% , i : AdmohumtoiV,
t. t. nhobie. h. r. nunonm. it. p. nutKiix
1 BRODIE & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchai
Xorth Atlantic 1Vharf,
9) Charleston, S. C,
Liberal Advances on Consig
ments in Hand.
~ REFERENCES.?Andrew Simond?, I
President Pint National Bank, Charleston
C. ; Messrs. Ciuuron. Barley & Co., Chorlei
S. C.; II. T. l'euke, Esq.. General Superin
di-nt S, C. R. R. Charleston, 8. C.; Mei
Gower, Cox, Markley A Co., Greenville, 8.
Hon. James Farrow, Spartanburg, S.
lion. B. F. Cmyton. Anderson, S. O.
September 3, 18GD, 19?Cm
OFFICE OF THE
Dickson Fertilizer Company.
Augusta, Ga.,Nov. 12th, 1801
"|^J" A.VING f n hand a Fair f.tork of
^ JLJL 1 ?*liKU VlAjN UUANO, no
s* hope now of being able to keep up
supply, we reduce tbe price of
11 DICKSON'S COMPOCNE
?o to Sixtv-Five (805) Dollar? per Ton
2,000 lbs. lor casb.
And on time till November 1, l8V0,
$75 and Interest, for approved City i
T captance. Drayage, in all cases, $1
per Ton Dickson's Compound also
be delivered Free of Charge, at any ]
,u pot in Sou'h Carolina, in exchange
Cotton Seed, at tbe rate of 100 of
Compound for 15 bushels (33 -pou
each) of B^ed. Bh^s (or seed also furu
e'd free of charge. Address
id E. P. ALEXANDEr
J - Columbia, S. (
r- Deccember 3, 1809, 32?tf
Increase your Crops and improve i
? Lands by UPing
Imported by ut .direct from the Phcouix IaL
South Pacific Ocean.
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.'b
'd' MANIPULATED GUAK
I Prensivd at. SflVflnnnli Ho on^ nimvLio
y 8. O.,' wlii-.h hca proved in the soil the
Manure iu use.
Gcano, Salt aid Plaster Coipoi
^41t>o prepared at Savannah and Char let
for sale for cusli or on time by
i. WILCOX, GIBBS & CO
IMPOBTEBS & DEALERS IH
in 99 BAY STREET, bAV AN i\Ail. GA.
>r G? EAST BAY ST.. CHARLESTON. S
it. nil non?n turnnKw . . . ? .
VII in uiiunu sinciCil, flUUUSi'A, UA
u- For further information, address as above
circular, or subscribe to Southern Agriculti
# published by W. C. MeMurphy & Co., at
' gusta and Bavaunah, Ga., at tlie low pric
26o. per annum
JNO. KNOX Agent
Dec. 10, 18G9, 33, 4m
M. MM.JLM V XliJUli
' MM1M& -SH0P
- SEAL, SIGN & ROBERTS!
THE subscribers would respectfully
form the public that. Ibey are |
" pared with skillful workmen, and all
l~ necessary materials for the roanofactui
? of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, and W/
ONS. aqdall other work peitaining
a? their barinees.
All - ?
mi mow wurs wRTrsoiea lor iwi
months, and sold at tbe lowest figi
Q* possible, for CASH, which we make
'j Lba purchaser's interest.
Painting', and Trimming
1#- * DBPARTM5NT.
k_ Particular attention will be girau to
^ pHiotiog and Trljsmiog of Carriage*
tr Boggiaa, sad all contracts faithfully <
We have to oar employ an efficient w<
roan io all.the branches of this burir
? We have a latent Tire-Shrink
with which we c?n shrink tires with- 1
feet accuracy without cutting, making
* weakest places stronger than before,
without dsroagiflgtlbowbeej In. tbe: It
I Vsomwbo lies that Deed abriol
a would do well to remember that oneof
tk? wb*#to are ruined or materially in
ce ed by catting and shrinking in the u
II# ??yv Satisfaction to goaranteed in e
of ob where this machine is used.
08 Constantly on hand,
NEW EUGGIE8 of tha best mate
A Tso, Metalio C?e*, ImHation Row*
Waldot and Drop Black Coffin#.
. > >e*mi wi|t attend: fuB?rtd? p?nWd?flj
the appointed iime, and personal attec
Zi: w m
its, Dcnzino, Jujubo Cupsulos, I
Caswell's Calliusaya Bark
and Iron, (
r?- Callissaya Bark and Iron,
? " Muriate of Morphine,
iW| i n i~ T7" r<:
-jj uiunu o j'jeuuiiw wiugur,
J,on' Tutt's Essence Ginger,
ten- Jacob's Cordial,
?r?. End way's Heady Relief,
?j* | Ilembold's Buchu,
'' Sweet Quinino,
I Thomson's Eye Water,
' Brown's Valerian,
No. Elcctric Oil,
d a Wright's Ind. Vcg. Syrup,
the Tarrant's Cubob's and Capaiva,
(For chafed surfaces,)
i of Colorless Tincture Iodine,
t0 Powell's Machine Oil,
^0_ Scotch Itch Olntm't,
0? Chromic Acid,
will (new remedy in Menorrhagia)
De- lied Analiuo,
f?r "White Wax,
the Stove Polish,
>6b- ISINGLASS, for Settling Coffee
? Fahnstocks, MeClane's, Dead Shot,
Preys and Worm Candy.
Concave, Ring, Closed and Open Lover.
n FULL & SELECT
too! Not Mentioned. '
' PARKER & IE
January 28, 1870, 40, tf
:? Batchelor's and Tntt's,
au- JTnst Heoeived at
oof PARKER & LEES.
' January 28, 1870, 40, tf
? RemJaps' Breast Pomp,
Or Mother's Traveling Companion,
(approved by the Faculty.)
f , PABKER & LEE.
January 28, 1870,40, tf
White and Bed.
pre- Juit received at
PAE&EJL & LEE'S.
* Jan 14,1870, 38?tf,
i A Good Supply of Stationary.
We* 8u?h ?*. Initial *ud Plain Note Paper
for end envelopes ; Letter and Foolscap Paper
and Business Envelope*, Legal and Declaration
paper, Drawing and TUsue paper,
f Copy Books, Legersand Journals, Memorandum
Books, Pens Inks, Pencils, Crayons
ia, Arc. May be fooud at
and Parker & Lee's.
*T- Feb. 4, 1809, 41?tf .
IW? nvtA m nmAV mnrt
" Uil'll !lv ill till IH'lt'lt
& wiiw. 1. MULLIM)
9M'* ;/ V ' '
;yr^f lhlt make liberal advances on
Sift. eottpn. *,. .
wttl 29,1880y 40-?tf < '
rery | ..v.;J ??? S ..."
g All Concerned,
_ ^ w saUerfbdf a?k for
WRITTEN AT MT MOTHER'S GRA
BT GKOBOK D. PnBNTICK.
The trembling dew-drops fall
Upon the shattered flowers like souls at i
The start shino gloriously, aud all.
Save me, it blest.
Mother, I love thy grave! *
The violet, with its blossetns blue and n
\V*TO? oV.r thy head?wheu shall it w
Above thy child?
'Tis K bright bower, yet must
Tts bright leaves to the tempest how ;
Dear mother, 'tis thine emblem?dust,
Dust is ou thy brow f
And I could love to die,
To leave untasted life's dark, bitter stre
By thee, as cist in childhood, lio,
ln.l ?l J'
nuu ounio vii J ULCailJO.
And must I lingor licre,
To stain the plumage or my sinless y
And mourn the hopes of childhood <
With bitter tearsf
Aye. must I linger.here,
A lonely branch upon a blasted trac,
Whose Inst frail leaf, untimely sere,
Went down with thee?
Oft from life's'withered bower,
In still communication with the past I 1
And muse on thee, the only flow?r
Jn memory's urn.
And when the evening pale
Bows like a mourner on the dim blue t
I stray to bear the night winds wail
Around thy grave.
Where is thy spirit flown!
I croze above : thv look ia imnt?pd llmfp
1 listen?and thy gentle tono
I* on the air.
Ob, come, while I press
My brow upon thy grave?and in thoio
And thrilling tones of-tenderness,
Bless, bless thy child!
BLOODSHED IN HAYTL
Despatches dated Fort-au-Pr3
j January 18, say: Tho work of
military commission which tried
nave and sentenced him to deat
not yet ended. The cases of sev
j of his generals, and of tho most pi
incnt and influential of his fri<
among the civiliaus, yet remain t
disposed of. In Port-au-Princo,
in most of tho southern towns
shooting ot piquests is going on b)
ly. At Jcr'omie a large numbei
these unfortunato people have 1
put to death, and at Jackmel t
than forty of them are in pr
doomed to die on an early day.
spirit of vcngeanco has been i
roused, and the victorious ravolul
ists have expressed their detcir
tion to crush out the Salnave pi
The Cacos are crying blood, and
less more moderate and merciful ci
cils prevail than those ruling at
sent, a reign of terror may bo oxji
ed in Hayti.
The question allowing ex-Prcsic
Geffrard to return to Hayti has t
mooted. Goffrard is at presentan
ile, residing al Kingston, Jamaica,
place to which all the valors of H
whom revolution has drive.i f
power havo successively gone for i
lum. President Boybr was the 1
to seek refuge there, nearly th
years ago, and ho was followed at
ferent times by Hoiard, Riche, S
ouquo and Geffrard. Salnavo 1b
only President of &ayti whoso
has boon taken by the victorious i
olutionists, all the rest against wt
the peoplo rose having been alloi
to escape; and he has fallen a vie
not because he was worse than
others, but because he was the bi
est of the lot.
There is trouble brewing with
gard to the Dominican question at
fected by the negotiations of Pi
dent Baez with the United Sti
Government for the l|pse of the J
of Samana and the -eventual ann<
tion of San Domingo to the Un
States. Sffget, the head of the Pr
eional Government of Haytl, Is
representative' par excellence of
Haytian idea that it Is absolutely
ccBsary to the , perpetuation t of*
HaytiatAmtionality that the. tcrril
of both Ski) Do m Id go ancl this re]
lie should be preserved in ita lnt<
ty. Sago t is the peraopal friend
PaKm 1 AMf) al!?Pf A#
MUM ?N?J VA*
party in Sim Domingo now in a
against Biee. ' It ii beloivcd
Be ?tondflf pledged to both Cabral
Loperon, tho prindpatleadeiil Of
party, to reo&sr them all ^ tfc'e ait
his power in.their inaarre<J*iox
ort? be purchased in the^^d^l
Vfi tors of the wliolo country. Tho triumphant
revolutionists lmvo tho full
sympathy of tho English and French,
who havo all along sccrotly aided
them in prosecuting tho war against
C8,? Salnave. It is reported that Luporon,
now at Tuk's Island, may bo expect
oa noro snortly to meet Cabral.
Financial dfficulties are beginning
nilG, -prcgg soroly upon the provisional
government. The curreucy issued by
Salnavo is to bo withdrawn from circulation
on and after Fcbuary 1, but
no one seems to know what is to bo
substituted for it. This' slato of
things is having an injurious offcct on
trado, and although coffee is in plontiatr)8'
ful supply, business is by no moans
li vol v.
There has boon a deal of yollow
fever among tho shipping here, and
ean> numerous deaths from it.- Tho capJjar
tain of tho steamer Stars and Stripes
and two of tho seamen aro among tho
THE COLORED SENATOR.
What is Thought of Hiram R. Revels
The colored senator from Mississippi
II. R. Bevels, reached Washington ou
Monday, and was at once "interview
?av'? cd" by tho National Republican
which dresses him up in this wise:
Our reporter called upon the new
senator yertcrday, and was. cordially
s received by Mr. Revels, and fount
that a number of his colored friend*
had called upon him to pay their res
nnnf a onr? nfrv?* 1 n Z~
j. 11 v QVUUliUl \jLWV 13 AJUW - 11
>niW his l'ortj'-cight year, is tall, portly, o
light complexion, has a benevolen
expression a pleasant impressive voice
and speaks with distinctness, as on'
thoroughly convinced of the view
entertained. His largo cxperieuci
nce among the colored men and freedmei
throughout tho country, he believe
gal_ will be of great servico in represen
b, is ting them in Senate, lie comes t
oral Washington with ' tho detcrminatioi
om- exercising his own judgment upoi
jnds oveiT political question, and his ain
0 be will be rather to do right than gaii
. i favors.
the Speaking of the position to whicl
risk- he ,iad keen clceted, Mr. Revels sai<
0f he was deeply impressed with th
beeti grea^ responsibility resting upon him
nore not 80 mucl1 account of the digni
ison t^10 office as tho fact that th
rpjjQ friends and foes of tho Ropublicai
fully party, those who strenuously oppose*
Lion- ^,0 enfranchisement of his people
iina- watch his actions with unceasing
irty. vigilance, llo feels free to say that
wn. as the representative man of the par
:>un- ty electing him, ho has no peculiar
pre_ measures to advocate; but upon ques
,ect. tions involving tbo welfare and pros
perity of his people ho will be founc
lent tru0 t01*10 principles of the Eopubli
>ecn can PartJox_
Mr. Revels spoke of the injury
the whioh many of the extremists in Mis
aysissippi had done to the party by tholi
rom ultra measures, and he know of no betaBy.
ter way to prove that the colored men
Srst wore disposed to domineer than
[rty in opposing thoso who, for the sake
dif. of personal advantages, wore always
ouj. sacrificing true manhood. JHe feels
the ^at the friends of the colored race
life are watching with a great deal of interrov
C8t tlie mftnnor in which he isreoeived
10m ^y the senators and membors of Con
The Washington correspondent oi
tke the Baltimore Gazette also had a
,ay_ word to eay about this last sensation:
The Senate floor was tho-centre of
attraetion this (Monday) morning.
^ ^ Bevels, the colored senator from Mississippi,
made his appearance a little
utes ">eJ^>re noonJ an(l strntted several
times across the Seoato chamber. Ho
7~Y is shortish; stoutlsh, yellow as a
guinea, wore a snuff-colored overcoat,
ovi &D(^^a8 a11' tll? : characteristics of - a
. ' plantation negro., Ont of one oornei
? of "his eye he looked curiously , at th<
0 seat formerly occupied by JefferBon
Davis, which it will be his ttlefcift;
; ure to mi. T^' WiU giye hiQi foi
'?r^ neighbors, Kentucky pn one fti4e and
?n j West Virginia, Pt^ the'jdther!. The
new-fledged ,(fisaatf>r ; appeared., very
th* miM)b at hi4 ett?e, ;and movedaboul
' under the escort of Senators JNtortoc
iu-? *nd Drako, who welcomed and made
much,?* hira\ Revole wa# Burronnd
?h*i ed wilite "> th? Ctfftmijor'by t
cr<)vvd of pag?8 M^' ni?W^p^^i??n
1Arv to whom he co^sefl^t io b* nffabh
?2 wi?* PV^lob dSgbt# m COPB flelc
*R grace, S^atepjtearda -nxd4enl/&
V V -Jm-M V
. Hotel Life. Ti
Miss St>ymonr lias written a book plae<
called "Homo the basis of the State," dinn<
in which sho comments severely upon oxtrc
Itho tendency of American familios to ecjuij
shirk the duties and carcs of bouse- The
keeping, by living in hotels for yoars corti
at a tirao, and frequently for a lifetimo. of it
Thoreisavast amount of good sense Balai
in tbo arguments she uses, but the wan
misfortune is tbat tbo people who certi
might bo benefitted by it are not like- froir
ly to see it, and are still less likely to cenc
' read it. To the credit of the men, bo not
it said, that as a class they strongly fecti
object to the publicity, frivolity, aim- bora
lcssnoss and tittlctattlo of hotel life. Hou
They like the privacy, respectability year
and indcpendenco of their own homes* of t
and generally fight manly against cqun
breaking up their establishments when 8ami
their wives, growing tired of the mo- ficq
notony of the domestic hearth, im- ing
pcllod by vanityJor love of cxcitcment, and
not ^infrequently tired of trying to the
regulate a household properly with thrc
inefficient or dishonest servants paint ters
in glowing colors the delights of life men
nt. n linfol nnH inoiuf nn 4l./?
?? ?wvv?j ??UV4 ftuwiuv VU lUUOIllg tuu CVCI
exchange. Very often the oxpcri- ihe
! ment is made, and in a few months a S
. ono of two things happens?either twe
the head of the family becomes wca- der
ricd to death of his surroundings, of con
, the overlasting bustle and clattcr in ecul
t tho dining room; of tho groups of wo- an.
j men who gossip all day long in his
5 wifo's room, and could notbe koptout ^
by anything short of tho small pox, ^
Or ft 1'ftH linf. nokftp ftf Bflninn l?ia
' ----- I" ? I Jlea
f children sbut up-in one or two dismal eQlj
t corridors from morning until night; Q^
tj of being stared at; or having his erfl
a sneeze shake the whole building; ev- cftg
8 erything ho says or does misrepresen- osj.
0 ted ; his wifo mixed up in a dozen silly ,
1 squabbles, and his whole comfort ef8
fectually destroyed?when a man of ga^
i*efincment has arrived at this stage ^ ^
o of disgust, he shuts his ears to entreat- gnr
Q ics and goes back to his own vice and g^ci
n fig-tree. On tlio other hand, when a oi>g
a man is cither too absorbed in the . .
r._ ii.. i .
n uiuu ittvo lor mo aimigniy uoimr to ^
know or caro what occurs ontsido of
li his business, or is compelled, by force
i of circumstances, to enduae what he
c dislikes, ho gradually ceases to care 5
i for tho quiet routine of home life ; is the
!. content to barely know his children the
o by sight; to gulp three hurried meals aut.
a each day, and to spend, on the whole, froi
3 as satisfactory an existence as though moi
ho had lived all those years at a rail- sec<
y way station. .oarj
9 i ^ - ' *
r HON. A. H. STEVENS. T
We have seen a letter from this gen
I tloman, dated Crawfordville, 17th in
Btant, in which the writer says: ?
'flam now a little better than I a"
r have boon?ram able to sit up, road ? "
- and write a .little; bat I cannot walk
r or evon stand without assistance. ~
"Please accept my thanks iS>r 'the
II interest you manifest in my well be- T
1 ing, both physical and spiritual. Be -say
' assuredj! : am perfectly resigned to caqi
1 l.lin vlirnf1 tirif) in ftll' mv ftflliftt.lnnA! <Wk:
1 I cndoavorwith patience of: Job-, -to wit!
1 bear, whatever await me under his dis- or t
- pensations; and With a fail &Jth in his the
mercy, throughjfcheatoningor .
tion of the Bcdeemor, also further/ gem
with ft firm belief that 'atl. things rel,
work together for the good of those .Bra
who love God" and put their trust in the
; Him. . * raeii
"A leading object with me for years take
?indeed from early yontfc~h?s been the
so to live, so.to conduct myself injitff thei
things, so to discharge, by the assis- tion
tance of Divine graoo, al! the duties past
of this probationary term, as to he
u ready to leave this sphere of existence
) (iy& ttuvtuuiyn vii^uw* ou uHuio^ yuvf . - ^
k whenever the eimmonr 'fjfr my 'do? $$$
partqre may come,. This v?orU^how>:
1 ever much I may hatfe been en^g^Hk*
* in its aofcivef acen&i '
I ^ j
ai' r* i.?#
il Way.tae Money Goes.?From
iccouots Washington is a gay
) this winter. What with balls.
sr8, lunches, and .what not, tho ?
ivaganco and display iu dress and
>ogo wore novcr before equAlpd.
President and his Cabinet' and
iin Sonators aro living iu a Btylo ..
npcrial luxury which tho j>altry,
ics they receive do not begin to. "
ant. There is no difficulty in afllining
where the money comes .
i to support all of this mngnifie.
Tho President's salary would
pay his wife's millinery'and con- 1
onary bills. The carriages and
os in t^o stables of the Whito
se could not bo bought for his
's salary. The insignifioant pay ,bo
different Sccrotaries is not
il to thoir modo of life. The
a may bo said of most of the ofholding
gentry. They are all livbeyond
their legitimate incomes,
sober folks cannot but think that
ovor-taxed people are paying,
>ugh the taxes, for the music, oys,
boned turkeys, salads, swcctts,
wines, and flowers required
ry eight in tlio "upper circles" of
capital. All i8 not "lovely" when
ecretary gets eight and spends
nty thousand a year. No wonthe
investigation of the gold ring
ruption brings to view bo much extive
shamo. The capital is, indeed
ercmy Taylor says: 'If you are
pleasuro, marry; if you prize
1th, marry. A good wife is heavi
last, best gift to man; his angel
morcy; minister of crraces innum
blc; his gom of many virtues ; his
ket of jewels; her voice his sweetmusic
; her smilp his brightest
r; her kiss his guardian of
ocence; her arms the pale of his
sty, the balm of his health, the
3am of hie life; her industry his
est woalth; her economy his safetcsfc
svard ; her lips his faithful eounsel;
her bosom the softest pillow of
cares; and her prayers the ablest
ocatos of heaven's blessings on
I ^ ? I
'he Washington .correspondent of
Baltimore Gaqetie .suggests thnt
section of the new currency bill
liorizing established^anks to mqvo
n one State to another, is "neither
re nor loss than to introduce in the
)ndry sections of the country the
pet-bag principle in the businesS of
king, as it has been successfully
fo BftV Ifi'f". thorn Ortmn xr?_? '
_ VVWiy? .1U.UET9 UAp? <*'
, more money, is what we want,
it may as well como in a carpet
as an expr-23. wagon. Wo scorn
carpet-bags whioh come empty t
go away fall, but are ready to
liro the carpet-hags which con|o
and go not fall away.?Charleston
98.' \ ' f y 'j
, >? ' .-'/?
-: . -:" v., 3** ' *
.<?. ? v.'*r v . 'he
."Richmond Whig (Democrat,)
f -rrf ? '
j w tvp *o???r;. we novo no
36' of qnarrel.o ver the VirgfrrfA.Hll
oh Prosidorit Grant signed-, 6r
i the Northern Republican press,
be Northern Republican masses, /
Republican majority of the House f
the Republican majority of the |
ate/ rif .any aro diBjwsed to quartet
their duafrfil ho Wtffe
Ice, Mon^il^.aiMl tiieir abettors in \
passage of-the amendments. The \
fliers of ohr Legislature will not
y npon themboI vob the quarrolg of
Northern Democrrcy', or' yp^o
c energies on - miserable abstraca
which were our cure? ,ia tlje
5 and will be in the fatnre. /. *'
/ ; . .- / V' P: .: '-v ' :> '
.< _ . . *m* ... ?- .
he funeral of George Peabody J
t?W r,l?rt^ ?r,'Kr-v?- Ztr^JX. V
0'olMfc.ln tho c$.
tfieongr^t???lcl'<Kc1'- . -Ktc-f
ffftl of th.- fUBOrtl trft'D i?
tntW ***b* esoorto^w
Pe&body institote from tW ^