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ltiooliile being capittroti, all itt one
woui il ile Iu' actllet cliildeciWor Vetri
Ivero a.,;k'~ :c::c.'o tb 10 Womanil t'elin red
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hiiave bieei iick Iiig I huir ubppmuAino inl laui.
paiiizi, killitng it nut tl lildit b oy, it clivinig
Orll II oniiletzlIbie ltor.l or liotwil. TIlicy
have also beiCd ~ylng ai'ottink'lowo 1 litoigli
Kull-i, K c'nclitll zaid ltidci outiiiics ; fn ad
(I t( A itn~litll Upu/'U'on 10lntit I lnt. it patly
wit S eett i'C.':N 11' 1.71 o il e 14l ShiC r~tt811 oad,
1tifI- li uhs lib0o'C lte Spviligs.
'r'cie t .;ttI A n jo litrcctd, o1' tlit: Ill I, hats'
lIto) fullo\t lng:I
they~ 1"k'liLle, IlI ute or thul lilofIiidetauk
ra:ges'. 'I WoI)l ltl, aicil at boy ititil yofitail,
viere ld,' lvt'rc onhtut'ncdan rtttiLILJIa ;f
Ii)Ii'.-, uat ld , edc., ytailull. 'rie z I:
whliichi we learnied tit (hisI rovi Ijo, li fi it
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tle hycleu howie', o itiel lil Iri'n dcal. -
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ulluevisv- Io'ii. lie ihiti ztnth likehiauu.M s
ciii , 'l al i ;lphe 1 i .ott ziittl b ild, f il gis
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wank'ct c kn oly ii We it lc"T tzn , hltc:will ai
t il i i i etl (lt Ita it l a le a l Ied i Ito il,
p '.th 's il .-I. "cit-,a ap ~ t:1e .l l . " vu(
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P-lilt 111 1i1%ia clil-ig st-l. its i t-IS-f ilt
2-l l u e 11 . NI iss 'o 'li l- l W1t111'.tt
Im tjt' Sc llf Lit) ile 1.-;01 ift llts 1oali-i
:c~t 111 ihIti elto theniil how lie0 don't'iaod
'lltlileMv, Va'ibt Ui' -IcIIS tini h 'itmd,'t Nlilt
at'CJ AiI pI S dI itie still I lic e l ti n fh' ll.
- ch ii .- rq tits. u ti e -o i s ig i ,l
flale- I li -.h W'l illo 1111. ic C i i i h11 it "t tll
10elt alCl- I it. hall illite; Where .1t Mr.~it
1e-adflpd namil \%. 1,; ,;ll1' y N~it I t'g Mr.iU.
on the 1110 ltlt' ti11 ill 0 c t ib' lS l p'e'lac - i t'01'
tColt 'll ot Ile l. v i nlt el f lt h
Addross of President Johnson to the Citi
sons of Baltimore.
Ot1I'iTesday list tho President muadie
fAllowiniis address to a comnittee of the-ci i.
Zeis of Bti itnoro, who Walled, on him inl
*eference t'o (he rlghts of A meriuan cimzen's
I 'hal!l noet attempt in Qct tir .1 anl Ime,
sured ph rae to respond to lie remiarks you
have male hi reference to the contlition of
affaits at present agitating tile publie mind.
The Ieseniation of such kiId svitnienis,
aitl (he encouragenlent Ihat they give,'onl
straiu inme, however, to Eay that they alord
lie a gratilleti on which words are iAndo.
Iutt to espreiss. Such usstirance(s, Ut, this
liie, give "trength aid Ciorago in the fierce
conflict which now prevails IIrouid us.
Pointing youi to the .tst Lasan index to T hat
Iny future coditluct will be, I beg you to4 be
ieve Ilhat il al honost effort faithfully, to
dischalrge lie high and respoisible duties
bin1posed upon me1 by tihe conltitution 1.und
tho laws, I will consider no prsonal sacri
lie too grEat for ne 1o bear. Such a sacri
hoe canio bo comparedi with the great ob
jet to be attainedl of' pre.serviing the prin
ei les of our republic, by a strict. adherence
to tile vonsltit ition aind the laws inoe inl
in pursuance of is rovisionls. cod being
willing, I will perform my (lty, let the
wcnseplences be what thMy hmay. IFri my
adhvent into public life, now romp years ago
untl il (lie preseit, tune, I have passed
through many Orileah; i, iy struggle for
the interests of the people. Never, how
ever, have 1, l fr a m.neit, swerved fra
OWhe Straight liine of di'y ; aind, 411aniing inl
this ir 'ir,:ee, I an liiine rely-de'lare (taitas
yvi I he has bevii e:iin, iiwhen hav
ing bee nigned to the uty, I abandoned
lily lcOst. I rely no40w, as4 in te past, upilont
the intelligence, the I atriolisini, 1au-l Ihe vir.
fie of the American pe ple, who I beclieve
will Co(ine in all their mi(ight .iul irengtl to
tile rescue of' their Coii cy, iit save it
from the destiiiuction which now seeims to
threaten its ruin. .\ly :..ilI ithe Amuericlani
livol-Ie i.1i 4rciriog and ilidlig. I have nev
ci betrayed theii, inl' do I believi I hat now,
wheti tihe wavst of p:atsiinni threateni to en
gul hey will idet or iabandoni one Who
in their c:mse is engaged in an earnest
strugglu f'or tile Irel.-servaliun of Constiti
tional lineorty and tihe sulrenacy of' civil
I gan thank you. genthunen, for Elii en
ourcagemen, :1ntc i:ure you (lil( So long
it; thle %vital Current C0111iinues to warmIl Wind
aiimae lily e'xistiee, 11111 iaemo11ry hohis4
it pice, Elis oCcasion will lie r(ielbered
A:, u i. ri c i i. liu.l , - *0 1.0 -------
'lu I; .'A I. or l-'acn Pn.t I.-IeIOre is ant
itrtiglittle episderlting 1o Generall
L., whom 1 have never sin,:e sueen, maliy
it -he out ot Ilcoi.
11lu'eiately atter rem ilty :g1,point.
imeIt I wtt With the rsh'ilent, in is pri
vae cablindt., whei tieiieral: L.ei: came in
wit hi a hI'It hii dii%:kci in his hand, and
eahnl :oh esig Mr. Ilavis, Salid: -I have
.40m11 hewi -rlit Mavalunahl, Air. lit-e ident."
.\lcr. lbivis tlok.d t ill qielhly, a sh:le of' ac.
xiely fin hi- lice, ani11 replit it : "I holpe it
s good imws." -I regre. to any it is not,"
hnlyv r 'ldid tineril I'ee. -'orl I slaski
ii tiaen." A Eist'f ve.xition 1:ts.ed over
Ihe wornti face of he Presidentcc. '-Shili
ii h:ive been, Gen!ter:tI 1,e? You kinow
hal r amd u ex:nidc its defenses ia shor
Iiie ike-" II mny jiilgmient it. was i sieit
nrble, --aid General I'e, and then I went
oni to- t twhat Iihose defenc'nes wre', add
mion a l s yet, is tioo Seaiiy lo a:llow us to
.jidge o t ihle iierils of I lie en:,e'. This' t hiing
Is1 is eer~linin: ihe toirti lii urendiieed."
it hat tuck miet mio~t ini tii nti erilewS
w:as thi'et minin 1' iwhich thesie I wI liledes
t ook ibhis resrs ;l ithe untithakent tort itude',
ihe :iahnost hitliant aliiitm dlilay*ed by3
thn . hee, and Ice abhsence' oh' ill puta lent.
coiiiphri ht 'in thle hart of the P'resbcleiit. Ii
ws a lusioni in self.'-'commiiiih ntl d digity,
for' hoE h d -utllesily filh morei than t hey
~t ) shtiwt o1' ii confess: to enohtl otthler.
.\t tha tiine (inerail I .i'e, unwon b tV~I'Ehe
a n sieit's atiolu' pria ionis whuich a fte.rwardl
lhinik, one o1f liho iul'toiist meniu e veir
saw.' 'The white heal, whIi ch nows gIves a.
paEtritirchal dignity to his appearanceii~i, lie.
dlid nit 'wear. Iiis fatct. wats clisely shaveni,
a siinll, daruk mustache .,aaded his uipper
lip. Itothl in face unnd forii lie bioked a
young Inmni, whIle the-sE eaudy ticgure, eni'ried
wih Iiliitan'y er'etit.essi, iinuedl 0one who
paile himi t o turci andit look igain -Edowin
h uOle ui. I) c.t:s's. - --li a his is icussion
among th li aidicalhs the Ifocldwinug queitl ion s
FirsE. 13 .\lcr. ,Johnsconc the Priesidenit, or' is
hio Vice-P'iresidet.'i atinlg as Ptresidnt.it, or
dotes not thle coni Eillntimike hhim abso
lutely P're.sident ? TVhe commutit Iee on thle
articeles of' lmpeachmennt apptjear to hiave de
aided thnis quer~ly for' themiselvses, aind hold
that..\rr Johnson is Pr'esidetut, whetheroi ex
,cllicio, 01' how, dIcs inot appc~earl, but that lie
is P'r 's~idet -else Chief' J1ustico Chiasoecan
notE pre'side in the trial.
Mei'cnd. it' he is Pre~sidetit does it follow
thlit .\lri.- Wadelt is V'ice-'Presidcet or' onily
Pr'esidet' e f. t Ito Sonte ?:
T1hir'd. It hce is- oncly Pret..ident- of' the.
Senatc, lie is Senator' fronm Ohio; and doca
his elevationt to tho P'reiidetnvcy o the Uni.'
ted St ates, nre acting r'A siuch, vacat o hnis of
11oe of' Senator.? Is lie still Senatotr frtomi
Ohio wvhle acling ats Pre'sident of' lie li
ted Stastes? lie is, while acting as Pfosi
dont of' the Senate, yet ia Senactor; des. his
acceisionto the WYldte hlousec take himt ont
of t he Seniat e lie ts only V'ico.re'sident i
pro ftempore, bocanc lhe Is Senaitori ; is the
Senalor (lie f'ountdation of' With elevat iig ?
FVourlh. Tf' Ite be no longer Setnator' by
roason of' his promotIon to (the Pie-sidency
of the Uinited Stales. how is Ohio to be In.
M'rmed of thie vacancy In hter Sonatorshcip
Bly wvhom is that Stle to bo, notiflcd,' and
when ? If' suoh vacancy and ntotinoatEion
occur whnilst Ehie Ohio h~oguilature is i-aes
Eh'e-n wvih hto likely he in session for
hrenconths-a Demnocrat will stucceed Mr.
Wado ill the Untited StaleR 8entate. If' thie
Tgi-dalture shill ncit be in session whn the
4unney occue>, uovernor flays will, of
Bourso, appolnt. a Republican. Such,' ar
sonoof tie ptbltns and possibilities that
are to-night-revolving in the minds of lead
hig 10i'licals, who say "They are of shfDi
cient iniport ance to give us paus.-Vor
Butuimor ;Sun, March 2:
Til: lsu.Sr OF TaSTuIKE.--Tho ettilki
among tie colored stovedores. says the
Charleion Mercury, has ceased to-be a sen
sation, aiid in fact it has virtually come to at
enid by a coipronise, but it has had' one
betieticial, and we hope, permanent result
whiel was nto, Calculated upon by the in
sil(ordinate negroes. It has brought whit
labor in conilietition with negro labor ir
this parctulir line or work, andI the1c compe.
ition once bjegun, tile blackutioors an
likely to ho pushel out of IheI Way. The
5'uig or whito me), soc tmitorly five in num.
br, tlt we mientionel as at work on tli
slip Mlissouri soie days atgo, still find em.
ploynient, in the tsarne lne, and do their
duty well. Aiot.er gang is, we' learn
inbt 1o-b-foracd b) to young nion wel
acii tain(edl in .: lie city, wiho are ineohaiics,
oit of, eimployuiti', u1i4l have! been emiiy
oil recenmtly ill tle phlaosplantc dliggings or
he Aielioo. They say tht they- havo al
ready seventy nen enrollel, to firrm a sort
of corpirative hlor soioety, to make Con.
ras f'Ar loading v l l] ad hare flit
profits ietwen- i ha This is the righ
Sipirit, aiit, ir f the s,leiy is properiy organ
iz'l, I114 a liut electcoIl to act as boss -uto
vedore, who undersIual lte biiiiess, tN'y
will, no doulbt, get Cipl i1oy nioant and lmakl
THE FAIRFIED HERALD,
WINNSBORO, 8. c.
Wednosday Moiaig, March 11, 1868.
Desporfes, W ill iam111S & Co., Props
Nonminations b Negroos.
The lr ;gntornt. negroes of t0hi
I)ist'riet havi leein "bef'ld led" in to
a public inectilug which took plac orl
Thursday last, to nomnaoto delegntes ti
a '"Convention of the Union itpubli
can Pa.'t," to be held in Charleston
oil the 10th ay of thi iiulouith..
It wias a beauti ful day for plough
ing,-and they had all dIone bettetr if
they had becn at home doiig that
kind or work.
Bdelow will be fouid a copy of the
bid for scats inl the said Convention,
inado by the delegates who now dis.
grace our State, and said bid is signed
by 1. F. WIittemore, an iitiported
D1o observe, ireler, how adroitly
tle bid is iiade. Soo: "It the- dMle
'-gates unw reprresenlting th'C' DPistricts
"in thle Cotn veinition. i re aeceptable, it
"will be adlvisaibl.to . nthoriizo t-hern
"so to act.'
The0 poor -ignorai negroes, b-ing
always ready to b p)Iidle'd by the -nos,
especially by renegIde Sout hernier.
and it1ported Yainke.es, met on Tfnurs
aiy last a1ind electeid Mr. .liitland and
ienry deob1 and llardy Evdwards
( the imnpuirted irepr-esen tative of lflair.
tield), to be t'icir delegates to thec
W\ell, we asked four of the most in
ellign egroes we coulid find, whlat
thle metiting was for, and what they
proposed to do.
The antswers *of the most inltelligent
of' the foniir showed anl ignoiranceo that
we woul disliko to expose.
We atsked a negro pbreachler if hie
thoiughit there was a negro in Fairfield
iDisti ict, who bhuh sense enough to be
Slieri 'f thei D)ist rict. He said he
thought there was not oin.: JBaldw is
the c.all alluded to:
Tlhe following circular has b~een is
siued 'andi distributedl to tho- memiblers
for circulation thlroughiout th'o Stitto:
ST Arr. (11r~rna . CoMMIwrTEE 1R00MS,
C'har-leston, S. 0., Feb. .21; 1 808.
The Chiairmnii of' yourl Ui'strict is
herchy untified that a State Nomina
tinig Coniventionl of the tiUmon Repub
l iani part~y will'be held ini theO city of
for the pu rpose of nom11iniating Govor
nor, Lieutenaint-Goveriior andl othor
If the Deolegates no'w representing
the IDistriets in theo Convention arc
acceptable, it wvill be adfzisablo tc
authorize thenm to act.
itf the Distrieto dv--i'uo, mnimbors foi
Co-ngresis will be the Niominating Con.
vention. I.' V. WnmTEo0R ,
Chaitrman State Central Committee
WV. J. McKitnley, Soorotary.'
Should thoro be a Homestead Law.
~Thei objoet~of a Homestend JI~w ii
to put beyond the roach of all elainui
against aiaian, a certain tract of land
OIf course, . r ighbts, oxpod ioney anli
morals, all, conio. into- pl~'idinthle
if an issue is now made, the ques
Lion of morals is alt,~t to.-bo - left out
El'xpodionoy, rights .and' necessity, art
As to rights, mai1ny:na-man t6-d-y i:
liable for scurity debts predioatoi
absolutoly upon his- negro property
His right in thatepeelos of property
when he~ signed his~ namo-to an instro
ment of writing before the Einancipa
tion, was soeurod by the State.
Bunt tho State abolished that pro
piorty upon~ whioh his calculation ti
Andinow.the question comes,shall
the Sthte; or ltsexponent of. justioe,.
the Law, hold that- man rosponsiblb
for the payment ot' another man's
debts,.when the debt tas oontiacted,.
abd the suroty signed the obligation
to pay,.upon the basis of slavo proper
ty t'' -
Now it so liappens tliat the Stato it
lelf has expnnged'that very proirt.
Have the people now- a right to say
that, whilo no repudiatioil shal be
legalized, everything a man has shall
not be-taken.awny to'pay debts con
tracted or ondorsod, before the war ?'
Or, iu other words, shall there be a
Ionestead Law ?
We are decidedly of the opinion
that thorovshould be. The-condition
of theopeople is a peculiar one.. Al'
tliat- they based. eredit upon has
bocn swept away. ly the Statute law.
And to-secure to- a man, by, law, a
hoikestead, is simply. to-avoid'the foul
isli-m ista'k. of'kiiling the goose that
lays-the goldon egg.. A. honvestond is
South Carolina,as it'Ws, and'as fi6Is.
Biling now% upon the top of one of
tle lofty peaks of Revolution, we can
takn-a'retrospotive view of ihue'w(.;
and conparo'it witli ohat'is.
Tiho time was whon the talbut-of'
So1t1i Chrolina- conpared* favorably.
with that of every. other Statoi.in the
Bit there was another fbatuire in
which th'is State hadno superior ; and
that:iwas ini her orcdit. Papcr prom
isos to pay, with-the-genuine stenp of
the State upon themn, were' vceived
throughout the United Statos,. and7
ove-n b'eyond' their lyorders, for wliat
they promisod. Bank bills of this
State wore -as good as gold almost:
: Shall werepeat whrt we have-more
'than once alluded to-that our system
of the administration of law has hero
tofore boCn superior to that of any
State in the whole Union ?:
But now, wiat have- we in store 7"
Why, a bonob erl Judges to be elected
by the people. And who, pray, are
the people ? Nothing more or loss
than a majority of ignorant voters
who know as little of judging of what
an offieialhould be, as a pig kjows
Who will be - its next Governor ?
Who will next go to Congross ' We
answer, some renegade Southern man,
or sonio graspjihg. yankee who - hos.
como to the Stut-aieaswthlp.-war..
We havo it fronethi obes6 au4l'erity,
that tihe three -bet debatots, anxI the
siartest mon in the 6nvention now
assemblod in Charleston, arc -threo
big black negroos oducatcd in the
North;i ant] settlednin-.the South sinoo
the War. WhatwoulI a- rutledge-.
or a Pinckney, or a Ulhync be ini om
parison with such men ? And yet our
State is subjocted to th'c- direful pun
ishment of subjection to such. a dis..
The mean and faithless, as well as
gold-bloated, men of New England
those who sold the old "daddies'' of
the very negroes they have sent down
South to be outr law-makers; are
now working for the meanest and most
selfish purposes. Money they wor
ship, and money they will have.
Look -at Randolph, the Rev. B. F.
R.andolphm, a gm'aduattoeof Oberlin~ Col
lege, in Ohio, and who mad6 sudh a
smooth-tongued speech in this place
la6 Jmjr.- II 'is aseplend-id specimen
of the grasping yankee politician. 110
lives in < Charleston,.- represents Or
angcb'urg; an-d now''du.mands .mileage
pay from .th'e latter. to.- th'e Cormer
Ncggoos from th'W faishl-es North"
are now erow'ling into the Southoru
States to assume the burden of States
manship..- All the wants and nooessi
tios they -do know, are those of their
own pockets. What care they for our'
interests, if only theirs are subserved?
Nuw tis yankee Convention in
Charleston proposes radical changes
in our Jndidiary.. We are likely to
have Jumdgos elected by tha' people;
Wellh, it is true that many of our sis
ter Southern States have long prac
ticed 'this polioy. Bunt there is one
remarkable feature in such prae.
tico-that.e havou noted,. but which
has never, as far 'as we kiooif been
Stouched upon. It is this :
*W'henever- the eection- of Jud~as is
Sie t h mass,-. it -1s - alwayes~ caey to
get r divorcer
In other wordd, to degrade thme law
admiist'ration, is to degrade the amnr
ringe relations. '.hon follows the de
gradation of~ society, and' of' ooutse-a
loose opiion- and prattoloo -in eregard
to public miorahd. This Is ' fiot Io..
eontroverti'lo, ansl' wn, olh'allinge all
history, or appeal -to- 1ty. to- disprove
. Important. -e
- An -exchange rerbinds its toad e of
> -a fact whieh mn4iyhave probably for'
uton Undeor theo internal, rovonuc
laws.lbtels-' acktrowledging thoe re
coipttof either drafs, cheeks or unoiiy,
oxceeding $20, are subject to a stamp
duty of two oonts, the Sam as if at
formal rooeeit had been given for so
much money. As the validity of,
some'transaction may be cfl'eted by
tho-omision of this regulation, and
unprofitable litigation ensue, it would
be woll tliat all-concerned should bear
the fact in mind..
Tho'Constitution oil tmpeachmoiti
To gratify the general anxiety
which must exist in regard to the all
absorbing topic impeachment, we re
pulish Ii frot the Const itution of tho
United States the provisions relativo
The Ifouse of Represetitives shall
cloose their Speaker and other ofli
Cors ;- and'shall have the sole -power
of impeachment.-A'rlicle 1', section
2d, clauso 5th.
''le Sonate shall'hNve tlIe sole pow
or to try all impoaeahiments. W lben
sitting for that purpose, ticy shall be
on o4a or ali inuiLation. When the
Presideit of thC Un itet'states is tried,
the Giicf Jjistie sh'all preside ; and
no person shall be convicted without
concurrence of two-thirdsof the. m11em
bers present.-Section :M, elhuise 5tih.
Jdt(lgiifnt in cases of iinpeachmeit
shal'not extend further than the re
moval from offic; amtd disqualification
to hold and. enjoy any office of honor,
trust. or profit under the United
States ; but the party convicted shall
neverthloss be liable and subjece to
indl oitment, trial, jiudgnmlent and pliu.
ishmnit., according to law.-Clause
The President,-Vice Prosident, and
all-eivil ollicers-of the Unuited States,.
shall be removed from office on im
peachment for,amid conviction of trea
son, bribery or other Iigh crii-es and
inisdemeanaors.--Articl 2, Section 41;
As much speculation prevails as to
the. successorshipk to the Presidency in
oase of the rc-moval of the person hold
ing that office, we refer to Article 2,
section 1, clttuse 5-:
In case of the removal'of the Presmi
dent from office, or of his deati, resig
natio or inability to d iselarge tle
sowers and duties of the said office,
the same shall devolve- on the Vice
President, and th'o C gress may by
law provide for tile - case of removal,
death, resignation, or inability, both
of the President and Vice-President,
declaring what officer shall then act as
President,and such officer shall act ne
oord ingly, until the disability be re.
moved or a President shall be elected.
A New Military Ord->r;
Gen. Canby las issued. under date of
March 3d, a general -order, from w Iichi
we coupy the followin'g pragraph :
The monthly reports of crimes, arrests
and -of discharge or transfers of prisoners,
reqnire(l by ex istinug'ordVrs friom civil
oflicer witiin this military, district to
the' Provost, Marsial (eieralp: will in
futlure -bl rendered thiroigi the Post
Commander withli'. whwose jurisdiction
sueh oflicers my be ser'Vmgzait Lic' timec.
Tlho duplicate reports reqtuired to -b
made to Post. Conmmambehrs aire hereby
dilcontiued and ihe reports- required.
of Post. Commanders wvill hecreakrc' env
bracute onl y such eases as -are not inelnds
ed in the reports of civil officers, - andl
illh be rendered at, lie Li me these( rec'
ports are forwa rdedl,-iith sueh remarks
as are requisito to a full understanding
of any cases nee'dinig explaniationi. Po.s
Commanders wiill report at the sovne
time Lthe mieasures takeii, with a view
to coi'rect any neglect on the part, of
civil offieers, either in failure to nii~c a
rep~ortoid 'erime, or to arrest, the criminal,
or for unusual 'or unnecessary delay ini
mnakimng thle rceports recinired,
Post Coniinunders are chuargedi with
the prompt renudi tion of I hiese reIporls,
w hich will heroafte~r ba forwai'ded by
them direct to the Provost Marshal
Gbnerlat nthee hieadquiarters. Blanks
will be suppli'ed to all" civil officer's
throug~h conunanading ofllivers of Posts,
who will make timely reqpiition for the
siameo iipam the Fi ovost .\lar~shual Gene.o
Thie othier sections of 'the order refer
oxclusively to matters of muilitairv' dis
Another' Iighway. Robbery,
Mle. Editor :
I deemi it my dlut'y to inf'or'm -thet eitlhens
of' Win nsboi'o and 'of- the Distriot, of the
robbecry of Mr. James Londony on I ho night,
of the 8th. Mr. L. is a quiet' iinonnu'veo
nman, 7t6 years of agg~, and wvas on his why
hbmio fl'om town, whithier he had gone for I he
purposo of purchasing somno necessar'ic~',
when ihe was set upon by a negro near my.
place and'ruthlossly robbed of all the arti
oles ho had bought.' "Ahi 'the bitter fruaiis
of radioalism,-thcirty years have I been at
residtlof thisStat e. and I htavoneor known
th6 liko befbro ;"' sobbed thme' doocropit old
man as hd ontered my'toor. Mon of F'dr.
Aild, is ut not time t hat 'you wore organizing.
for the last auld deare'tst' right, even of'tho
~brutaernd reptile 7 Othe~r'-Diagtriots aro al
ready ahead of' us -in ' erio formiaioni of
Demoecratltasoeitities, "lot us bo tip andh do.
ing," uhat. we may be,roady to eiend t~o the
great dounooraoy of- the country at' least our
heoavtfelt bympathy Ia their inanly stroggle
for the trutlh, theoconstitution andI 'cmnon
doenly. T. W. W1OODAuD'.
AS cologeotitero didl reently,~~weal
thy-old-gentloman, who ivcstod' rmod of
his means In a'very sbsgulat mn:iIneri lHe,
and his agenta, for tor't-y yeat's i ast, 'pur
qbaase h aeWo utndhanmdeloi~ng of tanlous
aid lufamotte persome aA they o6u1d obtain
r*i'th~olt' ~I aives, . Fn' tis manner tho
titrtio'dus 644' . stoekcod a large three
a r) building- with c6Afsi pantaloons,
0lo&st, ehirta, &o., ..worn -tby statesiaen,
generale; mnontrohs, poets, notors painters,
criminals of great nokriety, &o. All these
articles- properly-laboled; were preserved ii
glass Oases It was very diflicult for out
siders tobtain pormslesion tdI inspect (lt
wonderful musoum, for which tle Old Iliftil
in courseof tite, pent at least onel hiin
dred thousand dollars. 1l paid for one o
Napoleon's uniform coats three thousanm
dollars, and still more for somo wearin
apparel thalt had belonged to Pederibk th'(
lb 1800 wo raised 5,000,000 bales ,f col
lab, and had nll'tlo great woil for custo
mers tad Conasutiners. We had ithen, anuj
I a"o to day, ani area capablc of' raiing CO.
000,00boles per year. We hlad ill I18W0
4,000,000 of induitrious blacks who wer<
aidinig in eni'hiilling the world 'at large, Ia,
particullar'y this then'happy Country. We
had activi'y and industry allovr he Nori
and thronghout file lenagtl and boreamthi of
tho laitd Southern prodiets and' Nrt heral
produ(cts were being yearly multiplied, and
we were sweepiing ont gloriously' in the greal
highlwny of nations.
Where are we drifting n-day ? T'ae lie.
gro labor system crtished out ; cot tot, su
gar, tebacco, rive, etc., not half cullvitel,;
a hijge debt, axation, wortliles. currency,
aied,' na a result, a hori'lbi .tale of things
in tile South, and wide spread distra'!s over
all tlie b'.lace of the land. We are drift..
iiag toairds coa it e ational destritction
The country is surely lost it' M.\lgrelismii is
allowed L hold power after Marcha tlih
180. -Somt Me.nsenyr.
IWAl'x TO ts'SIN it' Nxcrss.%Ya.-A Hn
dical Senator remarked at *a priva., di nnr
parry last evening -th'at th'ere Was nao dub
Judge Chase no0w had the whole gamo inl his
own) hiands if lie Choso to control it, and11.
that serious apprehenasiona.s wre eniteriait.
ed iby the impeachers lest lie should defeat
their vuirposes when success -i almost w%ith
in thei' grmep It is said t hat Wade is to
disavm opposition to himself' in som1e Imnc
stare bly 1agreeing- to resign htis positign at
presiding otlicer of theSeaate if his vot
should become nlecesairy to convict Presi
denat Jolinon, an:1 leave l'residential honor'
to des'end-to the Iton. Schuyler Colfax,
Speaker of tle House of' Representatives.
It is believed lthis comlpromike will be AC
cepted by those opposed to Waide, anl thus
remove what is at-present'einposed to le a
dangerous if not. serioi imipedimet to im
pecnent. The question wras asked if
Spenker Colfax lud been nolitied of' .uich n
pr'ogramme, and th'4 a eply was, "JIf, yei:
lo is biilling stronag hopes upon it." Thia
wt go. Who can tell what a day. miny bring
fort ill 11lioe -Ne
A -Vomi rioM losrox.-'he following is
an extract from a private letterfroin a gen.
tleman of loston :
Vt)Tox, February 18, 1808.
Hon. John Forsyth, ifbile
Dam Sial :-I lake file liberty of'con.
gratuilating you on lie success of file loy'd
people of Alabamaa in the recetat electiona. I
can but rejoice that tlie most infamous coi.
spiracy ever natured is been- crushed by
tl'e noble while citizens of a -sistet' Stat.
M-y sympathies are with -our down trod
del aail o1pre-sed 'brother; a'- I- believe
tle wrongs inflicted upon you and youi's
would touch anly heart except thie infamaious
and-contempti li cow'aristike Ilie by pout-he
Wilsam nAd the banying Sumner. Put a
bi'ile r (lay is d'twnmig, and I t rust thait
the reactidu now 'going on -wili'noeri conse
anifil all uite mn shall to eqa,' andl whlin
lie laen who are now coasirinli al a gainist
ouar lilbert ies ashiaul expiate thecir crimie eon
I cana but say, in conclusiont, thiat I was a
wvar-Demtocat. (aao caalled)~ andl periled any
life ini th!e s''rvicea of miy coiuntry, supposing
at thle lane thait I was ligitdang for Unaioan
anal peace instead -of anariichy and - negro
TIruistlng that y'oui'will lpar.lona me for thes
liberty Ilhave taken-in writing to you-,
I rtmmiain truly yours:-.
Tttn N uw lI oa1a'usao'i UNIf YJ'-ia..1h
fo'lowinigsection was added -on Tuesday by
tho Senate :
"lA pd l~e it furthier e'nactfri, 'I'li'nt t he C'on~
8s tiiutionaal Convenition~ of any ofl the" States
menitionaed in th lacnts of' which thlis is
amnidatory may p'ovkule thial at tihb (lane
of velt mg uplonl the a'ati'iat iaon- of' the
Constitution the registered 'oters maay'vote
also for mem'nbers of the house ot' lropI'e
sentivest of the United States, aund fdr all
electivo ollisers provided for by theo sakl
Conit uti'o nataand th san elei i-i ofTider.'
who sha'l ako thla retutrn of' the votes ona
thle rai iica tioni or reject ion of' thla Contsi
tdt iona shall eaiau~nerte and~-t rify tho vote.'
east for' aiember's of Congress.'
' .\lso. an aujaendment, requ1ir'ing (en days
rCesieCe in inO ' eldction distieL of' sauch
voters as olfer to vote whecro they are 'hot
The bill t hea passed; arntl' goes to I he
J1%niatT m'io iaTu Tnfra~aaona'oN oi
CoT r as.-Iternaal tevenauae Collector- Shook,
of New York, las isstuod ano order reqairaing
riailroadu comapaies trants'porut ingl ol otton
tharough bills of 'iig.,fr'om thle $outhearna
States to that, aarket or any District, in
futurea'oto dleliver ano cottona except, on- ai
pearmit from tdhe Collector of [nteral.Roye.
nuto in thao Dst'ritot to which ,theocottona it
consignaed. Thela resualt of the eniforemaaenl
of this orader will be 'thaotiaking up ini Newi
York of I le permatits issued ini th lS outh and~
thie withdrawal of' andl destrution oi-per.
mts~ grantedl by collector's of dlistriots.
TBoforo ennoollatin thecy munst be returnia
to, the officer by w-hota. Ihey were originailt
hP~ad. Steveans ravings : faive beccomie .,
dtugerous to lis own pairly,. that Is hae
been found necessary to smooth over .uaer
of; their asper'itics. TIhte corres'ponadent
th'o Boston 'Journal writes that "Mr. tSie
tdns uometimets mnakes statehaonf'g whui.e oni
ddr the influtence of stimuailgnts, whilehi .r
not consistent with truth.'?. .4 aildl wy a
ultittng it'' liat 'hmad. is generially in
olironio stato of "sp*ed up'?--"how.- E'amii
y u so"-dnk4
Dalinquents on the Printor's books an,
never enter Heaven,- LExchanje,
If that's so we fear we will never
again lihave the pleasure of Imectinig
many of our old friends. We don't
care a continental aboat the money
they owe usF but the bare thought of
never seeing them again makes us
feel sad indeed.
The lIth of this month will be 1
turin Day, j. -., "to-day week." I.
thce is 110 probabiliLV thait a Court
will bo hold.. The Judge who was to,
preside has been deposed by tlie very;
exce lien t man that now rules tha
State with bayonets. \1% mean'
Jhdgo Aldrich,. once the Speaker of '
the House of -ieprescntaitiowp,- whof
now practises law inl Augusta, Geor
Judge Aldrich wzas pitt out of ollicO
simply b~ecause he was cosoiielt ious
in the di.charge of hi duty.
An election for meinbLersh ip of tlic
Town Council will CoIC off in about
three weeks,-- or Iitier ough t to cone
oil'. Bit the iicillbents aC not pre.
pared to tale *he iron-clad oatih. Of
cour:e out'r military Satrap, in Charles.
ton, will appoint at Couellci. Per1h11a ps
Ie will put some "darkey" oil the
board of Concilmen. -
An Empty JAil.
Ve are informed npon good an
thority, that thejail it' now imIptied
of all-its tetra nts,-except of course, the
Sheriff and his fanrily who inhabit thie
If ever we have to go to jail, we
want it to La while Seriiff Ollever
keeps it,-for a more hunane offiel
of that departnent we have never
The Phronoldgical Journal,
For Marhe, conita insi a rich freight
of literat tre, adapted to the tastes of
all readers, viz: D'sraeli,. tle Eng.
lilhl linister ; Jol Bright, the Re
former ; lion. Timothy 0. 1 lowe. U.
S. S. ; Thomas Allen Wteed, the Cole
brated Shorthand leportor ; "Jennic
Jun"--M Is. J. C. Croley ; Charles
Kean, - the Tragedian; Elizabeth
llackwell ; A Wonan's Mlannor ;
What and Iowv- haill a Man
Preaeh ; Literary Women ; Seeing,
not Believing ; No Business ! The
Broad Way ;, lduperisin, . its Cause
atnd Oure, etc., with unmorous pr.
traits-and ill hi4trations. Only $3 it.
year, or 3a -ents a numnber. Addrs.i
s. I. Wll, Editor,, 389 Broadway,
New York. -
Demnorot for Maceh
Ihas been received, and ecomes ump
fully To all 'tko-'pronrises mnude in the'e
Prosp-eetus for 1'8
"Tle Land W Love,"
'The Marcha numaiber of th-e Ign
Wer /Kore contains seventeena articles,
from -bl writers, repr.eenting eight
Southern States. - Ainong the poetio
contribu tbrs, in 'thianutuber, are Mrs,
M~arga ret J. ' 19eston, ])r. . F. 0.' Tick.
Aingustine Signaigo.. Aimng theo
pr~ose writers -aro-, Rev. Dr. Datbney
Miss Por ter, Gen-. Hodge, Hon. 11,
W. Rnvcel, T.). -C. -D6L on,. .Esq., &c.
Soldiers will feel' an in' reat in the
two-mailitary artides in- Lhill number,.
the lovers of fiction in -two thrilling
stoi., agriculturalists in the article
on Japmau Clover, literary nien in the
articlo on1 Mi'. .Dicken's lieadings, ana?
the whiolo-counatry in the accountof.
the Burning of Columibia.
-Hlerc'c Tar Mule,"
We clip the following from the
&taicaville (Via) I!ra':
il.iua vos tPi i't'F -Fiti IN .
CuII co!I stop 'ad drop a teas,
You''ller'o, LIliJSR r'Y,'is buaeled-hoe1.
Iia life heC bratgely tookyouri pare,
Till "siel'efiod" by Col. 0. B. liart;'
llo's gonoe up. noe moret astrido,
Thme U. S. Mu,1e he'll over ride;
N4or ever tfO'oo.will Culfee fool
With 40 Aer'qa and a 1u19. -
N~w Advrsements ts
M$alo--.ll. 4 Galliaird, Qommuissiona;
Economy' is .the- Orcit6: Road -to
Wealth-I ..Unruh.. -
Bades I~oes,- &e.-K(otohiin, Me.
Master & Brice.
IIRADE8 hOES, &o.
R BADKS fitOWN hlloR8 ESteel'attd Trot -i
II rse Shoe Nails, Collon Cardls aind .'ow
I o Cou'eiugar', Ijack Poet eandl
Kits Mlackerel. -
KETai'0 N,- Mc .' Aa