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THE PAIR FIED HERALD,
WVod;osday Moriiiii, March 25, 106U.
:ueporles Will iauIui.S CO' '., Prop)s.
El ec tloi
G~en. (Iahly ha~s publi4ied in1 3 ot
id lIOew legi 110, 011?1d prosei ibing teem
I ati 10118 21 les t~l hereoro1. 1tIi ii
be0a inn tier of iIulllirtaInlO to our11 co1
V"e~ Vo t jn~aul2(inn antd it ro w asp)i ii ,;
0311(111111(1, but1 tI. Ole4 111l::: of 01ur
', biits, ci tizens, it IS :t hiatt or of' tc o
lttIle ilitc10t 21and the orFderI i: too01
lenlgthy to warrantII pllllbii)1io. It
('I ir'cts tha an11 elctC io bel he ii(1ld n the
11th, 1 5th~ and i th of' Apri, "atl
wichIOI all registe'red vo0ters of1 sa id
But may( ve23'~ to' F or C.'i18t itut ion,'' or
tilt' Sa: 1 11211 lot fori the11 Staite00l ofcrs
21nld 111 e iibrs tl (I' lb 11'4)1180 ori,.e P l'
'. : (211y llat. $l i ied ,'' f ollow :~
3. i\dlj'itaut .11141 ii :Thottr-tie lteral.
1. Scrictoir;, of s'pteo.
(it 'I' I'(e21811lU .
7. At torney -(i ui al.
9. Member Uil ofS theO (I oiei':t Assent01
M y a1nd( ('ong'essiu en.
I'21jailli is Ciltit 104. to) one1 Sh~toF4t
21101" tlii'st l~l~bl' ' 111 (211u'so h 11412150.
This (u'iltgro'sioual DiJ "titl, (li t' (Ii
is coii lI~sOl of' t1e0 ( 'turnb " of Oco
i1ce, 1 ieo~k 11, (rceuv illy arlalabug eii'31 York, Chester
:111 1 lr1 i nio, ok hete
1'b(' ti'd~ 8 1.1) jII'''1rv4108 fora F I,
141in (f l".J! iltr l1i:;t2 11n1d it 1 tgt1'21t ion
of 1a11 p21tleuttetl atl er 11111 the the a1cts
Iliciusolves ohf lt' right.
WVhat shall1 (Out' Stt do . in thiis ex
igoi iy 1 We 0l 41 u1(1ta beie0ve ill 1401'
l' rsity i1n poil 10 ally lullirO tlltdl ill
lhe 1usu1a1 (4111012 I 11 of life. 111 w is
0 -i:1121410 111 (1 u1tkiig tile 111(st (It' 2vlYi
a'4I 'ho 11011. i ''1't tortCho o tx 110rl 211
of theL 1:181 lcion11, it i: 8 I '(lsd iI. h
t' reosist~ the oioivi'i1 thaIit, it' the
they Mut 11citherF do so iin the1 inter est s
iM y will 011301 the' 1111101le g 12 i'ace
ofI 01g21g2IlIg in1 nil eit hn witlihunt all~
object' or. n 11'1)0. \u4 11a1n ca111 1'4.11421
w ithou t be1 ig 21881 rit (1121 thle l)e'l o
10.11 it:ai 1111101 1105 of (lie nil
I Joaghio 1~ 21 hie2lI Ciiti 2)18 ill
('11)arle(sto w11 beI1) (lhe inln111iCIIs of
all t1he civil ufliooes ofI (Ibe Slate --il11
s)i to of 1a11y OppjositLion ouri pa1rt . Tho1
11l 1 assni'h (180 prace 1C1 1' V i tor (F0
will represeno11t tie lira, ('011gios1sion 211
I.istrjot inl ('ongrevs.--t1he: '121882a1l1
2 2. . 0 1 1 " . 41 . .1 . . . . . . . d i. .:n1 t i1 . ..d4A t . . .
tiiiioy, and thcero had bettcr keep
(lIf t and silent. It may riot (10 afro.'
good, but it' CIrtlaiilly will do-14o harm.
in tJc proieent cotni~1oxion of aflaiIrn..
Our readers will remnairk the art icle
ill anot her collumn, signued "Sta1tes
itigh Is.'' In thin lnlticlO; our contribu
D ist rict, Uirges organlizaltion in a eeor
4 an ce wiztI~h i nlv ice of c;: -( s)verlor
tfurry and the C;ha riestom J11vie-y .
AN to) flit l fisi tility aid cx jod ic
oIf -ItchI a9 11199 iu V ilut , gIrlve ;ad pldg.
191)lc. 4)1.11.911:191 have hor sig 0.-it91. lit
th Ii JIc.+i lt c '~ ip' n. 1,wc vel, this i5 s
at sbjc !t upjon wvltic in d ividl nI ro; i
lidto l all aii lino pm19 hlay wellI yield to
the IjuLlIlt of the eoI tlntit.y. We
ill, the refore, openl our cohn in us to
111111 osul0taition l way~r idicte~ ,4
"States i gbhts" suggests,~ somet day
weV6 1910 ladvi 314, ill rechl 1111 townt
tis eveinlg - aind 11'1' 1914 sratifiv'I
that1 .:ceps tirse be1i ~tii i 0113 C citi
zensl for hiis Sluititleh enltertainmnt.
'1'liat I SergI. Baton~ ha~s traversed suchl
it lbreadthI of te rri tory oni loot, is a
lils~r e isois.s ian feat. That hie car
rieis llilttrleiil iln thme 0C$y of a for
coliors--- iiliit heL exsOl (jstoaf (!it sI)]
to i'isiatc aniy Olltliuvns'Islic hlI(u
hls~llllaies (Oft ayi ngli l. istt protectSIion;
lsut '1 19011lls) 1 hloichiv brand' iti 191 lal
hI aildjia0iiitanl Sinn':solul 119095r
itv., and1 pas~ faith -**i -h .4 ricly e Oi
iitlodl to I ho wariiio.f greetinig el to e
8otlit tlli1 ~'1s'~. iii Ihivi ew,9t his
1i09f111101 :1 h.ui u' hO'aIi N andi iulili
1a sihlllli lice.
We9 wtill tsjssr1t 119 aSr rivail in "iii
Public, 1dleotill of. tiso Citizen,~ of Ta ;""
I halve We"01 Oxlitceinlit not1)9(( ForP a
pubilic mee09tingf of the j1;919)l, sf' hair
lic1ld to carr~ OUit tll'e views set forth
ill ox- 19uv. l'oriv's 1 ter-w1111 I
had11 not ;.,loll I ii! l9'1Odf l~, 11:; it tias
;t(1t. Issls).i..1:sl ;11 ths h II I1.t4.II, 1
1100,1 l') f I :Il'99rt9.e' tl ! '",rlr'
119 i1 ellls,1.'111: . 1* Ilii.!i soil. ? 1l'slit
ty to o5)illSC and 951191C) IJ sSiOht3, an d
a.1ll igisit I'O59 . 9vO 11113iil, (tll 1110)1
I.Ooe-sifv, w ill nut iust if~ delay . I
I ldersom atI r. P'erry iS: 0 \~ (5(95(09
o)ver to) nil 4 ros th Ii'' lde19 :s j,I ::buld~
he loi eft01 to Ct h'., iW Wotll1 ll it
Da)E)AI'M CIII~aTir DI'1'vuL'rc 4T~ A i."
LIAe11I)'8ALOoQ..-)l1 Saturday night last,.
stome of tho' colored delegates entered Vt.
Fl !saeili's billiard saloons and alei~ired to,
plaly a gamiie, but uipont ilel i intformead by1
the J0'0j4'id or I11nt" it was aganst tie roles
of' his ioi to permit (itemi to play, they
v'ery quietly refirted.
Yesterday about nioon, lrevel Colonel
M44olor. 0o' th "(I~ti luii ('asil int 211 two deli-1
gill~ e,. olonel . .J. ltobertsoni; w'1l1e; And.
S lq colredi1)', v'isited,4 (lie salvo 0 ltiii t
a nd e01441:ledlto p0ai~y bef'ol I lie p1'0j)1'l- I
tarIt'l4 not iced that one of Cho14 dlelgalte0
wiIs '1 e.l4.1ed. le the le t ered h4is p'ul est
,Io1 leC 1t11.1im ( il g11" n ;ole high 1?vl l 1':-vI~. Rob4 ms1 -n i
'joiih l to have l i' i ira 'i.s,~ '-t v piiitl u e"1s l :It:!! (,11d' 2'gI'.l
was '4' il l Ida , 1 1 th 244' iv'i il: '1i ', . I if 11 1
wl n1 i ,I an ilil Vgnlic ae 1I t ,tt al igh uel..:'c ism 16 4.l'i iliiig, 12114.
test l t he 1,11 d I lc~1"4). ,''i'~i te' c ttc l dl.) 444 nut. d
ru '1)11,t .gt ':re v,)tofthe delvgalc$ withi t4)l11c1 i'o',riit ,,,)l 'hie
t Ilun tu 114 11 44vin :n (14~t 2,lrivaI hg (Iltily ilx dI
1e1tere4 dI( nd ou-1Ili! :iVi~.11 nattyVI gat
til hli 1esil4 e :I "1 g )'14 i:I etrIc 71h.tfil ul'nili, ue', r.jl
lI), I; hief 4,~. 1'.i'e 10~ she di4. 5lvli44); I
Pureeil tesIte-' ' ~eitl 1i~hr
hwl. 1lie W14iia I4" k ;lie in iii%:11 htil
I it lhe C~oldl 114, 111' ill Iis si.slil, laud
'li34l'4'4 li 4'.'tI d kIi ng I4t 4?4 'avile t Ii, art*
T i cdu s wa sif erlde w s , nn (lie p):lI'ti.4t scensic/t b~en. tall.' 'Iii 411 l'4'iI '
(Ile uio when )lr s.Icll'4'1l1ci, call11d in
tlhe 4lCtl'c~i e Iforce. Thie cli ti I lIi:es'1 1hl A21
lung~ :ilgel.l(-l1:li'.. 44~' 5 1 ..T'5i'pij w~jith she
t41 lg ,b tiiih~le lltn n n ieIiio114, !11141 Ifinlly ILI' paly, 1i01:!444l1ig
lr..bcri'ou4 114l1101'.: *'" 4~t'I'l oil '' .l' Ic
gilli 101 ii'oI l y l!It V"l II 4444 siiultl'-..i si
I llg th42 (1111l gc I1 1i'.1.l "!y. l lt 11i11' :Id
iu t 4. IIII ) 4Cy1i iil. ." 1 :1 I l' : , 1": 4 . r
j14t ti'l'' 5 4 , nt il's. i t :.e1'44- 1,1'
lo'iIi'l ii.t thell 54,Ir.':t 1 .7; iv 5 44442 it ii I~ b
111'1 i..iy that St42' 54 i l'. ty tp l hl "Il j s e
the 4 t4Il1't 4, l' bi i 4't4., s:If l41441 ii "-el *iii'
glol 1u.t 11'eI i:ili'., II 4144141 il . ''l y
(Is'I stayl th 111t e (e1 I'' fi x11 ' 11' Ile Siell
ie3 t'idley , 1(1;4,1 1! 1' i ' 41 11 .,lo nI ' d
regret', li: jr4l21 mrii :hii i orI hint .ht :s
l11101 to511 L'uv el ' e 1 Is i I' "ins 11:111ii. h
l'iilim isid (411401"'1" :1li dl45n '4 4i! The
do11 not0( liel to d)be1IIi I ho ii I1. eyent. -
I',1' I14 hi Smlef1111 ',:5"1)( shssi11(1 , iv14en.Te Snlk rn Irur l~:f'wi. d
p4ay' il1410144( l u.'.'4wall)'u lngue :that noi
:'1'u3 1 1'1 l '1 Mu. i behin 1.211 41 ' li t .1 4 4,111'~ e .
W (e I lt eo:t lie ii )ic' t ' "l"'i ' W-4 I., hI'li'
llii up' themlul to 1onvic Clio212 :4'r lsiln e "isj'
lit;' 'ist !41:?il I . 3' troublesom :Its1. snss, i
41'5' i idl ittlI 11$ 51441141. it'i y arcsli soilo
lingi I.-, ;;l t214 : d''1'.l~4 . b,'o i ii I ):ll I h ' II
4.41~lli 4 14 (412441 tii li gl i 11 11g.l , II : i s ,%11' !
t1 he X II at- t" l .1 , C u 11 421' 1144 iii t''1'C, gittli. t
RoouEnscAdzo(o ite ltniNWxoU-SrEAKtdis.
'here is in'Mt'kot street, says the Charles
otl' Mercury; on ti Southt side, about half
way between Meetitt and- Church streets,
I restaurant, kept' by oneA. Whigi t color.
d individual, whose sign bears the liberal
notto of- "Live aud- hot Live." Before
'ecent events transpired we were not mrare
hat Vigg pretended to keep anything more
hon a restaurant, but it scens now that he
ceeps a boarding-house, for the accotmnode.
ion of colored delegates to I ho great unlaw.
ul. I-n ono room of this boarding.house
tayed no less than five ring-streakeds: On
tturday night last the trunk of one of
Item and the va!' -e of nei her was br. ken
TIgen :'ul one hundred illinrs inken from
hie rMter and. fifty dollars from the lat'er.
ittfori:.tiot ts lodged ii the police oilice,
"dt~, suspecinn hatvinog- fa:llen on ,he rvoom.
nates of he robbed di'legmates, Iicir tin I t
anid enrpec'i-bags wer~e etxainedti-, antd the
toteints of Ihe Irttuk of Abrami Dogan were
>f such a mis itcelincois character Iliat Ilie
>ihcers of the la w at once concluded-that he
vin the guilty, party, anl, when they
!hiatied. him with it, he confessed. All
tarlies were extremely nnxius to keep) the
natter quiet, and tspecially to piven'it Ilie
llerhw'y from getting hold of it. so they
oncd a compromi e J' gaii pr flirty dol
ars to the negro fromit wihon lie stIlc one
nindrie-il dollars, and iweity dollars to tho
mle from whotn lre stole fifty dollars; and
n'otnise-lto pay ithe haIhtnte wen-hle gnt
si ttxt inistalmgent. ofp (/,(U1. Vho will
y n oW thiat' our llogarthI was not inspired
lhen he depicted one delegafe abstracting
'teperdiem from the pocket. of aother?
Iogan- replresentsa -nion- "Ciunty.''
''Something-s up." 'The row hias begun
'he idical initiagrs are already in It.-(
vater: al tihe proib:thilh ics are that the
:uok; will spoil the broth. A i informil
iti-mi of Iii' State Central Cotinittee, tle
l. a.' ('oni'cli of the Union e'n:gue, and
netibers of the l"ttvetntkit,, eas'i held at. the
lhih I onse on ''esday ecning, aid file
iW WOW wits anti hing itt p(acei',-ii. (I rave
ihati's wovo made against some of tlie
'nifra 'y nutt of t he new p-tiy and Iltreats
'Ie fxtotue w.ere t'.minled with curs
loud iiandi deep. Iit ppears, or rather
is alleged, that imotey has been freely
u-,llected from sundtry itdividuals for lce
lineering pttr'poses' an tihe payment of
ni-ellt ione.''u "inciuletiala,'"connected with
he ste al plays that hvc been perforted
(il lie radic::l bords, atid tlhat. thot tens.
'o'. iitve refused in render an nccount(
creof. nil of which has very much dis
utntled I lie oturs-in- the dtima, and-trous
nsupicions of foua pray. )uring the
Mr'' IAnt Simlls, a colored dlcegrate
emn litat.for. ga've pithlic notice that his
District would not. support C. C. iowen as
t ch ltidate for cotgress. The inhabitnits
>f.J'ame:rnd .Jabnt's \l'tdau nre' ilkewise
)pposted to the nominee; and Colleton is
mid to li "'shakey."-Charleston Ncu-s.
t (1-:3 iu'i Irutn L e.i isN d .' .imrA!s.
\*twithsl:ntinifg'the lihumility with Which
u-eti Gri htuowed the knee to the latidi
'at llanl, lie'is even moro di stubth ful't'o-thet
luh over. tWe is suspected- of enternitiltig
mtocratic aspirations adtil pIurposes, in
vli ich lie may select other instrunents than
,nay he agreeable (o the present Raiicnl
eadihet'r. It 'I noticud lhat. his confidatifo
re all military ; no Radical civilian is Ci cr
n cited to conutttlt w'ithi him. 'The ''peticot..
d"' potliticiauns of' Wa'shitngton tire mtakintg a
*.r int hbbub over~ t hese cir'cumtstnco<. -.
'hey er'avely whisper to each othier fihnt
hent.Gdrant is the "'main on hiorsebuack, who
ints so long beeon comting." They expect to
cc in his mtihl blue ayes someo fitu tre Croim
ciell, 1iosar', Napltoni, Ale.xanider; and~
boy al'c agitt led accordinigly. Whto shalh
>e ftle Itlidie of' his aourl, Ithey wvonder.
lirs. Btank-s recently expressed herself' ver'y
varnly on thie subject of Gens. Girit's se.
ection of-hi's cutnsellor's from the rmty;
'not thant the Geneoral (Blanks) hiittself cat'
I anny thit.g abiout it -;but Sumtner and~
iriuh~iull', anid ofthers werec very antgry and
Geinet'al Lo'-enzo Thtonat',- thie gre~at sin
agotiist' of--he redoubtable Stant on; imsde'
li*k appear'ane''hefore the Board of Manti.
;ers of Imipeachmient ont titb partL of' th
tonse of' liepresetfatives last. Satuirday',
m Mondahuy ho was 'ipproaohied'by ia gentle.
nanit fromi Nevwectle, Dl':--nn old aernin
ancte----vho spollo- of the 'C euet polItical
roubules, tand advised (Genernl 'lThomas to
ftad ti'tm. Th'e Glencral repliedl, "Am T
tot sutindintg firm ?" "'Yes,"' was the an
wrer ;.."itit you mitust kick that fellowv out
Sftntoni." "'We will do <dirt," flhe Geiteral
'eplied. ''The latter also stiated to lhis Dhela
,varte fr'ienids tht lie recognized Mr. Stanton
mdy as a private citien, .aind wouild obey.
to ordiers emantin tg f'remu him;a that hie
ihe (iener'ai) was tho Sderetary of' Warm,
md nane othier. G-e'M 'rhomta-s, it, is
'epoted, repeated the last before die cemt
nit tee, atnd told (heat (hal suich was hit
ntteution ;flhat lie wattld obey no .orders of
ulr. Sintiton tnor 'rucognmizo hidt save as a
Thievaltuabhb bon of becomiing an Amoer'
untt eiliBen does not appear to be valued in
Masska as highly as ouir sclf-estimantioun
rotida datialy lead us to expet. Up to
fannaury 21. only ono 100 oul of thieetire
apoulon hind declared -thair attentin to
ylemeont has becomno openly hostile to th'ie
sew Gove~~rnment. Of course, all Ibis for'e
thadlows mnore expenai and addlt lotnal'taxes.
Seward shouldh, the New- Ofloans TIimner
.htink's, hiavoeoieenmad6 to tlko -care of hoee
ttruly ch'ildi-en out of' ht'l owiv piva-tto
3ir$o, tsilino It was otnly'to humor onie of hiis
vhimntx that the. U-nited Statos conusental1 to
Strf.L AxoTIrisa RAAIrnoAni aUcin.
!IarriWbarg, Pa., Marahi -18.-The Cinobrna.
I oxpress which Jeft New York last evenineg
ng-Mt -wIth an accident,. fromi a' brokeni
'il, near Lebanon, on the Reading road,
'wo passger oars aind and sleeping car'
ore throwai from the4i-nek and damaged:
tire. Nitro, frotu Ireland, was seriously
ajnured ; Captain N. W. 1)ist. Fourtht infant
ry, Injured; Dr-.Sehltes, of Reading, chIn
utl- and four or firn-abrha lighty hur
The t'ollowing'dtiatch' wax- sent; by Mr.
Stanton to Major-General Sickles when he
result oft lie New ianipshire election- be
ctune known : "War Department, Washing
ton, larch 10, 18Of8.-Generat 1)aniel E.
Sieklos: I congratulate New Hlampshire
upon'her brilliar' victory, nd ybu'ulion ile
success of your recent exertions in behalf of
the Union and humant liberty-servico not'
less important and distinguishedi then your
gallantry upon tho' fidt of (Iellysburg.
Edwin M1. Stanton." This act of' lir. Stan
ton is perfectly consistent. with (ie'want of
dignity .nti delicacy that attaoei-e to (thn.
It is the first. t ime in the htistory of t he
goveinment iha t (he Ii. ad of tle war office
has complimiented an maty officer for neg
lecting his duty to imking political har
A NiCeu Qim isrIox.--The Northern Itailic:il
have eagerly seized tipoii ile fimsy pretcx
which somebody bitely deviseil for the exciu
sion of negres froin Conge snsional honors,
narmely (.int. (lhe emancipaftr shaves linad not
bieen citizens long enough to re'nd'r theta
cligiblo as nembers of' Congress tintder (lie
provisions of t(he constitution. hiut in their
hypocritical zeal for strict. constrctielolt of
consttitutional limit itions he domimint.
party scent to have overlooked the fact. lhat
the negroes of the South were not ill slaves.
flow will Ihey nianage to ignore the o:iins
of those who were nev'st "sot free," butt
who were freedienu always an iii i eons of
freeinen ? In ithe light o(' ihe larlical gos
li cani Ili se colored "men nail. brtilirre'
be injected as ineligible!
Di:ciSION AO Alss1-i l umv Coun'rs w ri
(Gy1I.. 'ui iEsnliTrtoN. .--lpihip/ s, [arch 11.
In the United Stes ( ourt to-lay, in tlie
case of Nelson anid wife 'rs Thionipon l)eanu,
in clity, in volvmxlg 2im 1 shares of stuck inl
the Mom11 il4 i Gaslight. Coinpany, Judge
Trigg decided that (lie I 'urt. of Civil Com
inission established here by inilitary nuthori
ty iluring the war was ai court unknown to
tie laws o' (lie United. -tates ; :ti however
a; a mere llitary tributnal it inight, have
been investel with jurislictiot for (lie tiini
ofnihltary offences in the then contlition of
the country, yet lie could- not. see by whut.
lawful an'.bority it, hail obtained jurisdio
(ion for tie trial of civil ctses.
'Thelt lack Itepubllcis in the terrible
time of the war, were profst. in liromises
of what they would d1 stfo' ie ''boys in
blue," when the war should he over. 'Thle
war is over andi the boys in black receive
all their attention.
'lit ' LS-r D.tv or -rma CoNvNx-ION.
Thle Convention lts adjourned ! Ii
the affecting language of Artemus
Ward, 'Adoo-adou !' Itn a blaze of
Republican glory,. amid the waving of
hats, the tears of the cattdidntes, the
cheers of hodi polloi, and to the lovely
melody of "John Brown's soul's a
tar'ehin' ont,'' at precisely hi 4 noon
on Tuesday, the liepublcan Recon
ste'nt ion Const.i tutional Convention of
South Carolina bade its fond farewell
to munatine scoee intd glided, spec
trolike,- ito the oblivion of' the JPast
''lose u'ho lave played tcit' brief
p-1-tr on the stage will linge' for awhile
in' the halo they have creuted, but the
lusts is-nOw dissolve4a-nil its atoms
will sink once more t") their resting
place amiid thie ''ltust of alse."''' The
hall of tl oldi C!ub liotnM will' now
rest-n awileI in peace. Thiie nightmtarte
amoing its suniny memnoriet hms faided
awvay, if it had a v'oice, it too wou ld
douiibtless be heard utter'iung its pla in
live "adloo'-adlco." "Adoo''to His,
with hiIis interminhable sentences, whtich
t'emntaded one of Webtsftrs Dict ionary
suffering f'romt a- severe atttack of dec
/jrhuint tremen . "A don'" to Simteuon
Corley, with his~ paten~t iuieno for1
gt'intding out resoluat'ons and writteni
sp~ecebes. "Adlo>" to Leslie and his
eia'-t icklhig and stoniacht m"ving? fi;
to the stentorian bass of Whiittemtopeo,
thesharp treble ot' Moses, the bar'l
tone of Wr'ight, and t-he st,,e:sto mtov ce
uients of' DIeiLarge. "tAdoo"' to (ini,.
with hiis dreamns of l and ; to Rnutlanad,
w'itht-Ihis -biin g la'w points,-and Catr-'
doza,- with his comnpulscry. pr'uoe'ir for
mnisuegentinlg the two. races' in' tlie
public schtols. "4Adoof,"' in short ,.to
ever'ythting anud ov'er'ybody, and espe.
cilly to elev'en dlilla- day,. wher'e
with the- dleigater for twuo lehssed'
mw.nthi'-, liveil, mioved, hiad thteir bieing
a nd b-sughit-g~oodl clot hos.- C/mr/rst,'n
Y' sTF.R10)1:t 0 IrAn l'-r.-T'he 1"i'a k
lint. (T'cnn.) Re~vism, rel-ires that the
"Kui Klu x,'' a few unights-sine,, visit
ed the homuso of a-poor widow,. whioso
two sons-had f'allent in the (Confe'de
t'ate SeirviCc,.heaving on' her' docorstep)
a: Siackage con ta:iing $ 100 and ia
t1&tantity of dtomestics,. calicoes antd
other dry goods. A widow lady of
Williamson CJounty with .three- cli.
tdren dependentt upon her' for support,
was the gratoful recipient of-similar
package, insidte of which sheo found
$1 00 in-eurlrecvy and a letter whtich
stated that theo writer' was formeorly an
intimate companion and follow-soldiet'
of her only son, wh'lo was killed wvhile
a mnembtier of a TLennesseo (CJonfedec
No-r so' BA i.-TPhe Boston Pou;
March 1 d, states that theo ]heocate
in-New H~ampshi'e, at the late ollo
tion, reduced the Rica~iLl majority
neaorly one thoeusatnd voteo, gained for
t-hoir own ticket over four thousand,
and tmadct anet gnin for twenty-four
repr'esoniatives in the .fJegisltr.-.
T i is 'doing wvell and the samne rat io
of rediittion anld icrnso will giv'.e
the' Democracy the' country in Novem..l
The Governmtent is acousedl hero of
looking up. gro~.enk. Money is
(ight, with thtroo failures yesterday.
Morn failures, aire atinoun ced to-d ay.
There is no-panio yet,' btt a small
cause night-at ainy Jrncnt produce
This d istinguished gentleman arrived
in our city last evening, andl is the
guest of Dr..E. M. Chapin. Mir.- Ste.
p hens is on- his return'to Georgin,-nffor
an absence of several 'months, spent in
the city of Philadel:hia, whore he
has been superintending the publica
tion of his book, "The War IBetween
the States." Mr. Stephens as we are
informed, is looking- well, and in but
ter health than lie has boon for yoars.
lie tarries but a few days in our midst,
during which time his friends in
Washington will doubtless avail t'hem
selves of this favorable opportunity to
see ianId converse with him.--atiouda
T1he follwinili'tter is a' riet mlod
(I ii its way. We certainly hop, it is
a ust:Iilim specimen: "Dear Brother:
I've got one of the handsornest farms in
th' Sute, and havae it. nearly paid for.
Crops are good ; prices never were bet
ter We have hald a glorious revival
of religion in our chureb, and both oii
children (ie Lord be praised) are con
verted. l"iuher got to be rather an-' Ill.
emtnbrantcie, and last week I' took him to
the poor-hoause. Yrour affe'ctiona'.e
'l'n oN. .iotIN iiiL.-\ copy
tho following paragraph from the
'Plhis once able statesman is still
alive, and lives over on (lie Cumber
land now. 11o is now utpwtrds of
seVenty-'si year.'of age, and coinpar
ed with his former self is but a week.
11 is health is- by no means good, and
he but awaits the dread summons
which must take him from earth to
A planter near Saivannahl,-consign~ed
his cot ton crop to a merchant of that
city, who sold the goods, pocketed the
money and then failed, after which he
wr<te thus to his confiding country
man : ')ear-friend, I acknowledge I
spett your money. 1. feel that my
Gol has forgiven the sin, and I trust
that you will, as I've taken the benc
lit of the bankrupt act. Affectionate
ly your friemd.''
BARGAINS I! BARGAINS!!!
We will have in store by
THURSDAY, 20th INST.,
One of the-most varied STOCK OF
(tOOJ)S of the season.
Two Thousand Dolla'rs
Worth of thiese GOODS- were bouglit
Assignee's Auction Sale,,
Anti t:annot be beat for
OW'PIt1CES' AN W1WU11 :.
Look :ir yourelves..
We will distinellIv staten hat We will not let
one dollar's wortllioi Goods go out un.
ki t'or the
It is thei oily pilin thit cii~uer yun or we
can~ get Ciheap Goods.
OfHEAT ROAD TO WEALTH!l'
Therefore~JV Ruiy Your Goods
NEW UP TOWN STOR.E I
1''118il yott eaa find a great ;'ariety of
Staple and Ianly
oot and a,
(Aentlemenu's Furnishing Goods,
and mowst everything to do founfd in
A First Class Dry-Goods House.
'VT Goods abovo metionod have just ar.
lived, nnd are off'eied' at extremely low
prices. T shall tako pleasure in exhibiting
tmy Goods to every one who may favor me
with a call, whether they buy orinot, I shall
take pleasure~in olhowing.
I will venture to say that mny stock is as
larga as any in~ 1:e mar'kt, anld b~y calling
to Hod thleml, you will funhlthem the cheap
est- as5 my1 mlottojis
Qick Sales and Small Profits.
Remletmber the Placo.
IAPT,. 8, -B, C10MWETS~ I00 STAI.
AND THlE NEJW HOUSE.
JOHNT MOINTY RE & 00,--.
W Etave just received a fresh suppy of
ORIOCHRIE~S whtiolr will b' -sol low
for CASIJ---ceotisisting of.
100 bushols of Corn, No. 1'Countr'y Floure
barrels, half-barrels and kits RIacrel, Nos'
1, 2 and.8A English Dairy.Cheese, Superior
Brown 8oap, Mixed Piokles, Canned Oya.
(ers, Wino Cakes, Lemon Novel7 Cake-,
Fronohi Mutstard, Crookery, Raisins, Nuts,
all kinds, Fresh 0000o. Uroam, Fig Paste,
Assorted Candies.'- Also Ladies' and Gen.
lleen's Shoes, fhomoemzanufacture, Zephyr
P'ufT, "Here's Your Mule" and r11 e
Smnoking Tobacco, Chewin Tobacco, So~
gars and mianf other at'tiolos too nuato.
rous~ to rthention,
Winter don't retire without a strug
gle before the genial apiroacli- of
On Saturdaiyand Sunday last,- we
wore visited'ly a retl icy spell-hea
vy frost and some ice. Early vogeta
blos w ore nipped, but we beliovo af
ter examination, no material injury
has beor'dono the fruit. We liopo it.
is the last appearance of Winter.
Deomorest for April has been receiv
oi. It is filled with the latest fash
ions and-stylos-of the day,.and is the'
best lady's book published ili'the Ulni.
tedl States. Every lady should have
Our office wall v'iitY1 ySct'tdy by'
ttvo genuine samples of new fledged'
.overeigns. One wished us to- lirint.
him somea ilnst.ne'stahthys. ''hd other
announced his desire to see "l ead
Quart-rs.'' \Vbethea ou sny-oreigns
mteant head quarters of law or Union
Leagues, or whether like the 1lip Yat
Winkle of an old Rebel, who omorg
ed fron his cave' iii the mouhthins in
Virginifta-few months ago to find' out.
thattletj ar-was over; ho believed that
the antlablo- and brilliant McCon
nougliy war still' ad niinistering ihw
fr'om the Mirket Hall, we don't know.
\Wo refi r'ed hiinl to the Cout-t Ibuse..
This kind of ignorance may be laugh
able, b'ut it gets to be serious when
we think that either of these visitors
could beat, all h'ollow, any gomtlenan'
in Fairfield Distriet for any office in.
the gift of tlre public.
Postmasters are required to giv-e no
tice by l,-tter when a subscriber does
not take his paper from the ollice ; awl
give the reason for its not being taken.
Neglecting to do so makes the post.mas
ter responJible to the publishe'r fur the
Any person who Latkes a paper reg
ularly from the post ollice, whether
he has subacribod or not., is responsi
ble for the payment of the subscrip.
A person ordering his paper discon.
tinued ntat pay all arrearaga', or the
publisher may continue to send it 1111
payment is made, and collect the wholo
,amount,. whether it is taken from tha
oflice or not.
The courts have decided that refusing
to take a newspaper and perio.lical front
the post-oflice or removing and leaving
them uncalled' for, is primha faeit evi
dence of intent ioitad frand.
Wekly Review of the WitwblJt o
1'onL'l -r: 1VwIeK R5LNoa -nuA1cW'2:3.
There has. been very itltle cdono in the 'F
cotton miarket for the past. two wveel:s, only
90balcs changed hands during the past
week. We quote l84@20o., f'ree of Iax..
Cotton Y'urns, $1.75.
Onuhny Cloth, 25a 2O.
Bacon 8ides, 14a17'cenru
Lar'd, 17 a 18 eents.
Molasses per barr~el 65 a 75.
Country tilour, SO .3'O a 7.00.
ltimore Flour $11.00 a $12.00 l'c 1- u.s
Penas 0) a $1.00.
De~y llideia, '10e.
Winnsboro Marble Yard.
CANNON & SPEERS.
OPPOSIT E POST-0FFICE.
eiha.sed of Mr
SMcNinch, the. .n.
- tire stock of Mar
blo at Winnsbora
andl Chester, we
ti fool assured ini
- -" saying to all.swhq
~may. wish . an~y
thing in the Marble line, that we canl sell
as reasonable as can bp hbought anywhbro in
thte State.' We are nowr receiving a comn
plet assortment or' both Amoerloan and ItiU.4
Ian Marblo. Call and see.
L. M. SPE E RS, J. L, C ANNON,9.
By~atos and Ehwel's.
THOMPSON & WOQODWARDx
JU'1 EO4EDED .
ACT'OlY CH- EIalian Macaroni, Sa
I'C. Ico., (new oriP.) Cove Oystera,
Philadelphia A e, Bao Side and Cotton.
- 4nt 1 gont per Aubrey & 6e. .
JUaT reelq.d. and for ale by
mhiil 1a JOhN MoINYljt e CQ.,