Newspaper Page Text
THE FAIRFilD HER ALD '
W !NNS1?0110. S. (.
Wo-inesday Mornin11g, KII y 13, 1808. l
D)sp-te. Williams & ('o., Pi'ois.,,
W O pli'lo lo-d.Cy. a1 fuill report III1
'ih 1 roe2 11 (-il ' o w I:4y .h ." i,
i the t i .s on .4.,nd y.i hOe11 gi. x
01* tlie moil"hi w:n i fle reelitti-11i
peC' SeitedI by C I l. ill ienl, :nnill 1 .4.i 4 p d
vi llio l t.i I lillo di.4'i4 L g v(t, 114IaV
er1111 p'arilit tileil X% illh Ille o d l e
atmoe by the livebhaild ( ih, the:.
w Ill 1.m f-Yu1ld to b . idenitical, ill .a
lintoerial 1i))eN They w1ay tle'
e eIh' urt'.' 4er o :. iIijl I I4r I
k I, I I I e wU.t I.4 l A : .
t ,;~ :I n a I fI t y ( I iit t c N t! ( e \\
nI!tdi ..,I I rI. : . N o 0 u 41 ..n! relA I
4.4-41, 1 1l 1 4 t 111 1 k 11,1-'I I I ,IIl
l.t' (11 1 ' Ilo s t v. tl' l ] O1 . l 4l . I
., drit , f IOluprll i e a,0 Wlld :1Ili I
they expIl I ;Ir til; 4 n 1rac.
It is at ehar, dStinc plly acknowleJg
ing 4(jiil r: its :41 4 . w I i Al
(heI1'', ll' Icf' . t iij.
. I 'li d l. I* A I
'Ie oil I if . 4 le 4' *. 41411 I itA11 1 '4I4-I
'n' \ l I 'il r' *l I ' 11 4 h .
e'll44I li. -ll \\1.4
it llv I..114. il! i [ ;Itt 1t11 of k "444.A4
\1i11 4 :l l 1 1 1ill I o I -
Vill. I ill, U1 I4 4' Ill I. I.' I Ia 1 liI II
ITh ronI.I ('low i oi. h rf' I'P -
I II ii ehi kil: 1 : I-i ltr 41.o NOTh.
41(11.4 :i 111m~uk-iI y
4llt 1 1('r1 .
n eat d e t Ivllt
A ti I y IIti lt II ll \\ l l i l ! r in ll
I (I I it Si1 :1. l1 l1i4'cII I I ! i( 11 . 4
.rc' ) . F-r ' cI M ll.l.
l y I oIl . 4.14114441 the i-c n i11
I-) i i t It I.-;- O Wiri hl l it ,
!ire 1), m uralh -c <l
'lli on4 ist t'5 a l'Ve-i n c, : i ..
l'renident, and Seyretary on1 Tn-amio
:1:144 v C4cil
Vir, who .hl be -lcedm i-ma
.l;/.:3.- T e ( I .. :w as- is pl t.
formi of il incvileI, 4inl1 wrnc-la imedI
J ut4 t' in t'. li ai , '. p
:.4'r1.:1 h 'u il a e b e a
ttheIIi 4l) of11'1 the 'e:it, :ni ailu.
. P i lor mas l L aree im
n me rid4 ~st h ll44 toeie a que..tiii
einity4 1of the a;;o tof ' </ 4.4M 1) and up
utd agre4 eimt to.1' t i th the11,114 t'ih in
of411 the 1144. ra le4414 p irt y. li4il i
I-mocrat '1411 ie i ' is ma l4 i.il' en d ou
atte:4 S one11s un et im' , bu14 1 t a ll noI' 4
1,n ticiplte in debatei nor44. v11otei, unle.
.4min under he4(0110 proi h'i ne 0 5..4
nfle 4 to44(1pare flthat sum .4''ig0 '
O njida las,i. say th, l1ichmon
jtt et in41,'4. 441( th 4.lous ~ ~e ipresenta- t
n1 me of4 luirooks11. for parI~t, ownershit n11
tium1 (ldIler (lhitler)1 the'ldl c tse d
hoe'iIh tt e t ob o k e a
tv of the day lc1.cfo . II is eltir o
itne t I to ut the sh1adow of truth e
re)st upon. Yours. truly,
,. T. CU-uffu:. \
his i lhe L':ung Manager of tle p
ll" I 3cUla ent (rial. Ile is thel rl c
"tative Inan of1 the 1dical party
mail who. I re pu'j tain is disreputa- 1
l'3ubl. Meet3inr- 1
'urs:uit to (Ie cal I . the I le. i
.i11 , ; ni - u it l iier eIl tlhe.3 (een orva
\3! 1einwieralkstit I t e I'airti'eKN el
sri w:.s hil in th 'm]- Il se,
\\ uinboro313, on 3.'ist y, ' the 4th
-;3 4''I " di A.2 b" '.twok tee
rile'li th~iel.\slme huttie' to 1 te
fit3ee 'l~' ,31 3:1;. % io lie: ll'(
hair, Il- re; pIh1. X initil. ohl to
i a , . ohn r v m Iiee3.
l3'bielIanel t 3 3 3to obe tlilfeei 1 i
een-iar~~ pur- re~urr
be t, Iin iI i n i,; v 3 , in rhu
l'rn 1 1t I- 1 3 p3 11n e tate 1 ' -
: l3 3.3 li, It 11.1'3. i i I , 1 rging, t he
I~e~,~I~ j tee t 1 v
.3~ ~ ~~ i;A itl M lee bteg~~e*'1
3 w i '3' . If
r iat i .en If .. Ih I b .th- I
tT , il, Np nda o f r iheIll pur
.i o . f 3 v'r n e e 11 'I
1 1 33 of tih t- era i: ' . T hI -, .fI eI
Iu If I er of t e 11. 3 Ito l i i t l,
n. e, 1 ' 1u 1 r , 131v.w l :
lo- i'f 1 .31 i 133 h e p r:e of wo hed
b,! ei.. ( I h, I COI I I ie I I t e l red
I IY 1 133' - It I . I -I .Ip t f 33lt wi l iel, h i w e llv 4
hui I3 ei w 33' eel Am3 .V~', as 2I. 3.fliqel I
oe!'( r'3 3 i 33 , I'3, jn '11e. t hea
m:hlg; . .:m. (ie i11, butr ilte d:V .
lIe o 1,lr e'i, - r val A-.3113-I Iil a11 'll I : i. :1 13rI 1
le :1 tel iv] I. ll h l'e l~e'. CA l r 13 14 '3:! 3
Ifral-l 5) e plri -ph s in the FL x
133 3'3, ill 113:3 a 3' Ili enl l IIWL A 43:gl'a(t o ilI
O w iIW i n 1.' .2 '' i o p . ti3
he i otid of te wited ro-w would
/3 ad I'. illi l l 3''1' } 13' Se3
'II . tel dly te t. intrl ue t o
' -I: .31 3 e . l3'.I :33 -3 h e -,ir ph -3 - o. !a.
mr erggs, 3.nd thl.e patronagl e3 o f the 33333
13lwir 1 3.usint 3n3n1e :nl3il 3up or wouh3''l 3
in3333 th me n e tin un.33 : l' ropria--g
31take w33I~l3er e' 1ot tro~l, ll33 buteinvled
toal t exert them 3'lves inth 3. 1
3.1ir3, till'ea 31ih13g'ninT Pol ll.Curi3te 1ith'.
t.3.e1 liiterdes il lve I i~lI11., f
Th.2ee' l'/.-Iden:t, annmuiiee te w il et.
33331,.' Jael's 1 1l1$. (1on fQjfge the
elloi ng:3 resolution : lti.;g1''.
3333 . ,11el3/y.//3'11/ :So ea 3 i'n )ie/p
ieego, w 3.(e 1obje1ct. is to1 :alv:an 1.
-rea) sinJ'e uit loit abi33li y or li e st y.
/a 3 'u2::3' v 3/ 131ills an') tol( Ilubver
/'3313 -/)l.J, iht it i th' oft 1133
b3.0 n in i ex itn (cntract, toi giv'
33'11a 3l' istse olsulio (in(lyinen to.1'll
sn as313 he3 ina 11 ontinue3.3 aI3''.l~y34t men ir of
acr "e honor. t'3ol i poliev, p asI,( o of
1st. ar3t.1Vy 513311n10.4' 13 e
/3:13 id 51 /,1il SoTha( we lgar t .
uly 1 a1 t a13' 10 111(tll tioes:d m e 11331r
in 1o3hoe1 oou c3'l oll e d popub'i.'lation,1)
sho,3 )\ 33 'O13 irg n ing t deceptive83 p erli
outhern renegade 31i , easti13 thci 1irglts
(11331tia3131/ 11, Tha I1CitYle we1 w'il ot
oit3'i, al o iins those?3 not34)111 la ust13., C
3111 will i exteinUl'in g a213 id, patronCate.
li Nihlorytil 11hvays yi / 1I'e
f. t o 33'lt Cose33of33 our l 3111yet I nnp1 '.
hO1'support thl 1eraicl omne.
/tns3)/r' </, That V iorer the )uh inr
Ceual to 333-arry outb~ the fooredgon
trative Democratic C lui at a1l th c ti
u r ts in this District, and a
aDistrict Dllocrttic Club at
i'shoro, in coilorminc)ie with the i
llat recoll-dd by the State Central
Th revuliutions were unanimously
.\r. Iion, tie mover of tile resolutions,
illmIente1 on tle jphdge3 contained
k're.inI. .Me tsaid that, while no0 intelli
,lt Iinon b bvdthat any d1sposition
isted to ren Rtablish slavi ry in South i
aniiam, yet i viwv of the fact tLbat, it
:.i.onig mll, itw re erd a orn Lo in. ;g
Il thiy lit i l lite miLd of the colo rU
plhe thoughtll propoer that, its~n l t
fonmally dischiemlie bydl te iIuy
i l r lm( voly oia
gig. Ishonh i la be non-k d, accepteld th lC
I al f a. (.' d Ir, that it be taken p
t-.a I I iio V., w at- kc
gin ti nii t
I.. l o oSm-u il "( - l\V lh o -, c lr
I inenb ,r ..I Dilli i l CPay
-A1 hD1.1n1i wUaher l i : lnIoIm
T ''w -ll 'I li lt!i t - n ti l it p . Vn
nii ta : i. oi l ott i :h rIt olt r at
Tt )i lt- lt le.- ).ioll the hDllow
lc for. itvt/ li.frma:io o l)%m"-- ah
o)V<-, .\lomict- lls nl":it d -, Yolneglts.. U
I. a .('ook- .i io ol a D( Io erat. i.
. It i l i 1 ;iit . : ti, .\1 in -
ba d n eil. :l t .v, who I-, n1 d )- hoa I
'L . i;1 : Ii U.' t, . 1 .1 4l9:.0 'Ind llb ila
1.t!n l n t ;I V . . a tid -1., 1.f lal w h )1h
hI " 1 :h w ( '( 1' e i rt d m - ilil e i
AiT . l~l~ 11
ilitin ti l .l 1p1 rit , nd Ij tt im: i
111-.j1~ tol L i t. tt i1 I i tii l'e j ittii
\ I. v~ 1~Fi-ii'ON vvleI
T- Tr I t r <-nof r t oior. Ti,
lie loti t. -\ i r- -I s 'iv di d r ila
1101,0. ii v 'ik m o.-!1 I O - 1ppois net
,f ao o' nu i n it Iina t liis 11)tne t li.
il lia t t ti h t t t hei Iot p fr tonlt -
iUOt. lliOLS tist 1 e)tV C l gl ilniing of-o 1
--- --. % th ton fIN> suletta l an
e- itit ,
11r. NT .Li het e of ie of t hee ie f ie low
'rek .i t., to \R-itak the Cai , otpoited l
he mtin tn thIis igoan Iptints thanit a
ronlir and1 ~t ) w li< tn Is t acedtlil 01
- wa I es ta :v. ci C u s: Ili en frm i n of a
t tl))1 1 11 1- ;11sC to l, 0-))rt iiiO Htii atro n r#
he vof ious tDing rleti Clb, in oerlig to
eO~trl their ts o thyii subetl:nngys
luntboitg iv idvie agffredithe fiollow
'0(1 reolutilon, whchel wahuanmns..t
It''nal -/. dThat eepa iu istryi
tOwratYie ('ltbtssenet ie dele- s
.t113, 1 tO metin thf ourt Hose, lat S
111 innsoo,' o Mandary, he 18tin- a
ttant, tioi co ry cr ite no.nnaios i
0.i titul nylit giter irrn.d
ul rei-tSiClite~ o\ng teuhe r
-huir. o motio of Thooes. intrg
/g (ol, Tht the phar. odi. of ,
is mtekin t.,e publied inthse Dis- t
(nad tmotion y, the potin calourned,
lene ~ to th a ofth, Priet, i
l- l W.~n wilt, 110 pll-inON, e
inrk. I. A ~a~ltr hair Jman . g
nsike, vof rieypdtcallbyoet uof hw
iir nantes. Tl club was then for
ally organized by the election of
to following oflicers :
Vice President -Jolin D. Smart.
Secretary and Troasurer-John II.
Committee on By-Lawa -Levi
ouglass, William Johnson and J.
After the organization, the Vice
resident olee, oldressed the iceting
I a Stylo that exhibited so much
ood sense iand good feeling tlat ho was
Muildly ajpp lade . Wo hope that!
'Ie little body wvill form the nucleus
F an association, that will soon have
rdpresentative upon every farm in
lie l)istriet and assist the white peo.
le of the lanti in arresting radical
A Ge'corgia 'arimer writes to the
e o/ F Irm.)r, of, Phlliladel phia, on
IIIb subject, ot the cut-worni, as fol
III yomr Jaiuary niutulwr of tlis
Par is an aricli (an the elfect of full
loighin g on the eggs of the eut-worim.
Sy reedy, ir rather preventive,
gainst that destrctivo post, whici I
ave nisl with satisfaotory stccess, i4
s follows : Disolve front one and a
al1' to two ounces of copperas il .1in
rdinary sized pail (or buck t) ftuill of
ater. Pioui on t he planting corn
1inglih of' tle s"olut ioll to cover it, and
wo or three inich11es over, to allow for
he swolling of the graiht. IUt it re
aiu froini thirty-six to forty-eiglit
ours-1; pliolit wilitouit lettinig the grainl
eenmeC dry'. It' the Weather Shouil
raive antI 'a vorable 1,'1r piating at the
nid of forty-eight huirs, it mhy:1Y remain
a the 'olltitol loiger witliout, rik or
n1jury. I have p~lanted wvith pert'eet,
neesIS ",orn that. 11:141 been iiiieiorsed
ine <lis. aIvWe used this pruvi-.
vo for anny years, and lmve no lsi
at ioln inl saying that (lie farIner whio
ries it once will never omit after
Ir . Rdtr0
When onle can lift hiniself above, antIlook
auk beyondth elowls of gloii and despou
ency tlat has otvershadowd us for the
ast seven years, ie can occasionally recul
ct Anl ep1isole that pleases and satisfies
ven, if it dttiit. Iend1 to Silot ht ie troubled
atcrs of our down rdulle tot 01n111try. Such
i episwle was the inenorable canling (if
alnur by Brooks.
Ifuw well my aiIstio ieiory serves5 ine,
hen I iecall the exitant pride of our ciii.
ens whe tlhat i ews reache1 us. Hlow viv
Ily can I see I lie first herald of that news,
; h si irulled up from s'old M os" ho
AI with his usuial swagger, tos'ing his walk.
rga cane, (a perfect bldgnoon) in one hand,
newpaper in the other, haw-hawing withI
vtry man lie met, with his shrill but sten
irian voice *occasionally sercaning-by
|-l ain't it gont news?
See hin as he wires around to get up a
ublic mneeling ini honor of Brooks. Ifear
im r'ead his resolutions of' thlaniks to our1
rmenteel (.'ongrecsman. W'at ch and1 list en
him. lIe goes fathleir. 110 heals a sutb.
riphtio to1 1 buy Mir. Brooks a silver CIIp to
e presentel! d, as an Ibuiinble t estimnia l of a
Irlatefuil people's apprecia tioin of his allppro
r'iate defence of the lion er of hisi native
tato. See himi, too, with what, gusto and
elat lie envelopes those resolutions andi do.
vers them to some one selected to deliver'
iemi in person1 to the lHon. Preston 8.
Well, who was this ardent fi iend of States
ighits, say you I answer, your present
audical Senator James M. Rtland.
1111 V'AN WVINKLE.
A most hiorble aflitir tranispired on Ship
dland, Mlississippi, in the early part of1
.st tiont h. T1hte tlandsboro' (Miss.) Demao.
'at gives Ithe following staItemnent : ''It
ppeairs, so far as we cain learn, that a
iiung niegro soldier gained access to the
ceping apartmoent ot' General Mower's
ughiter, a beautiful and accompllishied girl
lout sixtecon years of age. What was ao
mpnllished we know not, and can (lnly sur
iso f'rom the the subsequient, r'esults. It
ppears that a young chil~d called her father
iilibe aiid t ho oflicer of the day, upon ar
ving at the spot, found the negro ini pos-.
ssion of thle guard, which was stationed
I the vicinity of' thio Generalh's quarters.
appears that a court martial was at eince
gIsniz'ed, andl the niegro soldi1er sent onced
be executed by hanging. IBut thbo Gene,
ii interfered and the senlt~ece was suspend.
I. but it is currontly reported that the no
'0 was killed inside the fort, pub ito a
ock and thrown lnto lie Gulf,''
[General Mower tanght Sanibo thait lhe
a little better than any body else; and,
'ter doing more, perhaps, than any other
lier of his class to instil this Idea into the
'groe's head, has, with a vongenne feIlt
0 alppulication of hisi doctrine. We begin
see the fruits of negro-worshippingin the
yuth. 'Tho raidlias try to foree upon the
uth~ern people, seeial equality, but so soon
the negro takes that. privilege with the
dical he (the negro) is (disposed of.
ha'en will thme poor deluded negro listen to
e teaehings of Is former m~aste'r.]
A Nover, CAsSI 1N TuIn SrATE t'oUniT--AN
IucTMENT FORt IJIAMY AOAINST A Friaceto
. .--A novel case was developed yester
y hefore the Court of General SessIons
iw sitting it thIs city, and one that illus
ates forcibly the unfitness of the negro fer
e unwonted rights and duties whIch have'
en forced uipon him:
So far as the evIdenoo went, it appeared
at Isaac Mitohell, while a slave, cohabit
I with one Bectsey (Jampbell, also a slave,
it of ai dill'erent owner. lHe lIved with her
onaty years, and had by her thirieen
ildren. Being separated from her by the
'ents of the war, he took up with one La
nlu Mitchell, another slave, and retnained
th hor two years. 'rue wa ca- to -
md, freedom was proclaimed, and Lavinia
Jemanded that the marriage ceromony be
performed. This was done August 13,1860
Moving afterwards to Charleston, Ie met
Betsey Campbell, and Ihe old love prevailing
upon him, lie abandoned Lavinia, and was
married to the mother of his thirteen chil.
Iren, Lavinia becinmo indignant, and ap
peared as prosecutrix in the case of biga
- - -- -. 0 -41 1_- - -
Tai BAST SKaNmS .-On Wednesday
Mr. Evarts, to the great delight of his au
dience, thus excoriated Mr. Manager But.
lr : *
"Now, it has usually been supposed that
on ai actual trial, involving serious conso
quIences, foreiisio discussiont was thme true
meto lid of dealing wit the subject ; and We
I.wyers appearing for fih Prelilent. being,
as Mr. Manaiger utler has been polite
enouigh to say, 'attorneys whose practice in
tile law has sharpened 12 ut not enlarged
their intelleet,' have conined ourselvos to
his metoil or forensicdiseussion. Bit we
have leat ned here thit there is aiiother
tethod of forensio controversy, which
itny be called the m1etm od of coneunion.
Now, undersatmI the iuet ho-1 of concussion,
to he to make a do:t ,nst ni-itin it t ho vicini
ly of Ilie object of i tack, wilereas the me
tlod of discussionl is to peniet raie tie poi
lion, and, if succesful, capture it. Tlo
Chinese metlod 01 warfare is tle lmeth od of
conictssion, and consists of a great br1aying
of ttmlilipets, sounding of gonigs, iand shouts
anid shrieks in t lie ne ighlboth9od of tlie op.
posing force. When all t his rolls away, anid
ithe air is freer, thlie elfect is to tic Watched
for. liut t has been reserved to us, in our
in 'lern wartitre, as illustrated i here in1 the
rebellion, to present i more singlam- ani
nottable instance of thlie met1hod1 of warftare
by coc.iiIsion thi ever tihs beien known
-efore. A fort, iiapregnable by ihe itithiods
of !i.keuission (that is, peintratilog and eap
ntrinig it,) htis been, (ni a large, scale at
telimplel I'l be pcapreu by the meth11o.1 of
Ction, ant sionie hiunded of tons of
giupoiwdIter, plhceld ill a vessel near Ite wall
of he tort, lts beeii '1md1he tlie mean-111: to the
C"oi-na.-ion of this vast exporimniiit. Unlsat
itiul witii tat Irial anio its results, the
honoalIde Manager who opeiied this Case
seetunr lo have repeated file eslrilinelt in
the viciiity of he Seiut e,. Laugh t erI.]
Wille tle air was tilled with epilthets, tie
lome shook witi invective-wrelcleilness,
inisery, stifering, al at blood were mliale he
'0n33ans of tIhis Ox plosi ive i ixltire-and here
We are, survivilig tlie concussion, and, after
all, reilced to tle iutiuihlO and hoimely
met nod of discussion whicl belonigs to 'au.
ornwys whose ilitellhecs have been sharpen
but not enlarged by the practice of la w."
ncriil anriu cooitilitos laughter.]
Ilew trn Txi:s .0t Muirtiruii.-Thie
Troy 77ri (Radical) k nowIs 11tt. lie ariiy
h1as been lilled ny Wiiih politicians a14I rela
lives aind friends ofijonigressmen, and is
distribitCd and ruin for their benetit. It re
"At one of file forts upon the Northern
frontier-a purely water defense-a full
battory of lymig artillery, withi tile necessa
ry drove of horses anid all the eqtuipmteats
a ndl men usual for service in tihe field, is
main I ainied for the sole benetfis (if its com
moander. wino happened to be a brother-in.
law of Stanuton'v yoke-fellow, lifolt. Every
cent Ihat 1the maintenance of this hattery
costs is wasted ; and its costs amounts to
manty thoe usiantds a ya.
No wonder- it requiires big sumns and gireat
taxes to suport thle armty.
T, Tu Caors.-Our farimers, says the York.
ville Engquirer, ex pres-s themselves we-lt
pleased wit li lie prtospec~t foir a wheat crop.
Thei-e was a hltrger- qutantity of t his gr-ain
sown last fall than usual herctofore, atnd
the fields now pi esent a conidition of high
Owing 'o thle continuous rains diiring thle
spring and( thle excessive amnoun t o-f politiles,
the plai.ting of corni and cot lon has met wir h I
set-ions interruptiouts, and the Distilt is
badly behind t ine in t his matltr.
Recurring to the whieiat question, we have
beent handed by Mr. Johnt Cairnes, Blhair-s
ville, a few stalks of whotat gathered fr-om
his fat-mt, nmeasur-ing near- fonur feel in lentgth,
fully headed anid in bloom.
Nov-onious Cotrrviry:nms AinrsTaED.
Newar-k, N. J. .May 2.--The United Stat es
officers htavo sucoceded to-day in' ariestintg
tlhree nototrious countertfellers, whose htead
quarters at-c at Newtont, N. J.
They arec also believed to be the r-inglead,
ers of a ganig of r-uflians who have r-obbell
and baurnel -atral stores in Sussex and
Wairrua couties. Their names are Oust a.
vuis Zoquth, Geortgo A. Jioin, and hlenrty
Two lote nmen, named James E. Law
rence and Johnt Stuchter, both of New Yotrk
State, were arrested here last ntighit for pass
ing counterfeit itocney.
Thte sanctified Par-sont Browntlow, acting
Governotr of Trenessec, raisces thte pitratical
Ilitg, over his paper, the Kntoxville WJ'/d,
and~ on it insecribes thtis motto:
"'This paper will constan mtly. per-sever-ing
ly andh boldly fight Detnoeracy and Rlepubh.
liennism:, atid mIsst on tohe punishmflent of
offenders In It-I, as alone adequate to the
deserts of' the villainous leaders of both
The parson talks as though he had sorno
authorIty below. There is nto doubt bit
that ht htas laid up mnore treasures thtero,
If lost settls arc treasures, than any other
DRATIK oF J'ARON l[oL~sTPI.-- Intelligonice
has booni reeeivedl in this city of the dleathi
of Baron von Hlstein, whoe was shiot
lthrought the head it a recent duel near 1Bcr
In. Ie will be remembered as thme gentle,
m~an whose name was conneoced by the ges
tps wIth the domestic trouble of a promt
lent -senator. The Baron was a frank,
tight-spirited, Intelligent, gentleman, who
n1ado many friends durIng lis brief rest
lone htere as udlitar-y attache of the Prits
dlan legation. - WVashingfon Ehrpreas.
(The publIc will be curious to learn who..
her the Baron had boen enggaged in another
sloklen s al.
SToP DAr NOOKIN' AT DH4 DooR 1-Ho is
knoeking again--the man and the brother
is,-this time it the door of the General
Conforence of thO Methodist Episcopal
Church now being held in Chicago. This
is the great abolition, Radical "impeach
ment" Church, boasting of having a con
ferenco in every Slato and Territory, and
professing (here at least,) to have no objeo
tiou to give the negro social equality. That
may do to talk about in Charloston, where
they know it will "rile the robs," but .in
Chicago, ti alipears, a dilfereit view is ta
ken of the matter. Tho Washington City
and Delaware Mission t'onferences havesent
two delegates whoso Ianctily is of the Col
cred odor. The only two darkics in it con
fri..ncof twohundred fifty and meibers. 01
course you will think, gentlo reader, that
the door tiow open wile and lie Iwo hni.
dred and fifty charged at th lie we men and
brethren and ombraced themts, only too glad
to show to the world how miscoginiatng
brethlren slolld live toget,hor. Of course
they did nothing of the sort. The two re
verend gentlemen of color were respect.
ully asked to stay out in thlie cold. After a
Iong debate in regard to their aidmission lite
matter ivas finally referred to tle bench of
bishops. in t iemeantime the two gentle -
mien are st11 shivering in the outer atmos
phere. 0, consistency, thou art, a jewel
Mmn a:n.-Late oni Sunday night, 31 in.
stat0. I lree colored men entered the house
(if Pat rick Gifianey, who lived onl tle farm of
Mr. W. N. lIrown, between this city and
Waishainagtnt, close to tlie turnpike, while lie
was ibsont , ail askeud tihe colored boy t hey
fouid there to furnish them with lights withii
wichIt to searcl tlie house. The hoy, hav
ing nto lights, tley, by mn eanls of tantlohes,
ranaa.elced tle preiaises, and stole a bag of
bacoii. tIa:ifnhey returned while they were
there, amil they attacked him in his yard,
knockiig himl Idown. smeareling himla, anad,
whnra leavi ng him, strikilg him oin the he lad
with a ietavy club, while one of thiemt pre
seitel !I pislol to his he ilst, hut the noise of
an appit1rueolhing wagoa oil the rioatd alarmeid
tlem, 1ail aiwy03 rani ult*. After they laud left,
lite wunm'le'l am1n imanaaged to reach the
houise of his brotler, who lives on an ad
joininag firm, anal stited that lie land been
Iur'ldered, was put to bed, and died tlie fol.
lowiig day13-. A cormonler's ilquest was held
pn the body th iiis morinig, antid a verdict,
relldereul in accordance i thlie aliov 11 e at
.cd facts. The murderers remi as yet
iinknown, Iitougi he color d.1 boay at. (Ile
house says Ite can recolinize I liei' if lo Sees
themi again. -.andria Gazette.
u-r rirA., t P im.mt.-A ilist inguished
clerriiman of this city, inl his discourse of
tle resurrection, rehearued tile pleasing
pairable fromii 1ally. The siory is of a
servant, Who reeiving a silver Cip fro.n his
miasier, saiers it 14o fall into a botle of
acquafortis, amd seing it. disappear, coi
tends inl argiamet wilh a fellow servant
that its recovery is impossiblle, till the mns
ter coies on tle scene anld iiftuses salt
water, which precipitates the silver fron lie
sol utiomn, 1aild1 then by mleltiiag and hammer,
ing metal, lie rest ores it to its origin t
Thise celehrnted Dr. 1rown, of Enaglhail,
iisel this samo epologie itn one of ilis Ipou.
har works, lanid a skeptic-onie of whose
great stuibling blocks was the resurrec.
tion-was so atrick with iti) force that he
uhimately renaunced his opp-osilon to I-e
gospel, and becamie a partaker of lie Chruis
Siiai hiope of iimmlaorality. Thais converitd
skeptic died, trust ing ian his Saviour, onaly
siu mnonthlsafter Dr. Brown. was inaterretd in
lie sameo buaryinag grountd, andnt by a coinci
dence altogeter unldesigned heo was laid
maear Dr. Br'owni's grave-immetadiatohy at hals
feet .- Loeuinille Courier.
Mat. P'Kit ON A TAiinirr.--In the Ifeuse,
on Ilhursdhay, while Mr. Pike was discussing
t-he t-arif question, Mr. Myers desired a
chance to reply. Mr~. Pike declined to yield
st at ing I lat lie was fiamiliar from huis boy
hmood with I le argumnent, which the gentle.
main desired to make, lie had useed tariff
arguaimnt himself ever since lie lad learned
to talk in paublie. ile had been an old pro..
tect ionist, in is tday, and had tried to per
Suadec the people that if the rich were pro
t.coted the rich would protect the poor, and
that itf the rieh mtainufacturers were protect
ed, communities of poor mean would grow up
airounid the manufactories. whtich wouald r~e
cive the drizzle of protectiont that filtered
through their rich emiployers. lHe was get
ting somewhtat over that, notion [Laugh-~
tear.] Hie was getting cured of that idea.
EncoTnAarNa ~t~ latsl:A-rloN,--..The steam
ship lines fromi Bialtimiore anid New York to
Charleston, ad the ratilroads of this State
and their connetions, have made arrange.
ment~s lay which emigrants will be taken
from Baltimore or Neow York viq Charleston
to any point in the Soth or Southaw'est at
exceedingly low rates. From New York to
Coliamabia t ho fare will be only t welve (101
larsi. This is the way encourage immnigra
l ion.--Ch/arleston News.
Mn. yTomzxsoN, AFTP~lt CoxVlcTaoN.-~...u
mors are afloat, thtat a canvass for him it
being shnaed out. that will pr'esoit haim in
oine of his ol(1dcaraeters, bitt upon a much
enlarged theatre, lie will take the stumap
against the dlestrucetionists, and canvass
every Southaern State, occupylng his whole
time in the labor of arousing and organiz
lng ana oppoihtlin to Radicalism' atnd negro
equality. The fear of this has boon the
subaicjot of mnucha consideration amiong the
dli ruotionists In Congress.--Baltimore Ga
AaKANBA-livR ComUmsroN.-At the
metinlg of the reconstruction committee on
Tuesdiay all the members thereof were pre
sent, and the now constitution of Ar'kansas
was considered, but no dletermination was
arrived at. It Is stated that the constitu
tlon meets the approval of Mr. Stevens and
others, but the franchise clause Is especial.
hy distasteful to the conservative (Repuli
can) nmembers. That, clause goes further
than any other State constiltution.--...Sun.
We spend hlflt our lives In making mis.
takes, amid waste the poor remainder In rew
fieeting how easily we mIght have avoidedl
Shoriff's Sale-E. W. Ollover.
H. Baruch appears again in a fresh
iouncement. Mr. 13. is as varied III
ds not'-es as in his stock of goods. His
mterprIse certain!; morite a largo ro
This Court convened at 10 A. N.,
)i Monday-his Honor Judge Robert.
on, presidi ng. Solicitor Melton wo
.a1derstand is detained froim tile CouIrt
)y sickness, but has in eflicient repre
-entativo in Major E. C. McLr*40of
Jiester. Tle Court will probably sit
This will probably be the list sesfion
> a Court that has exerted a largo and
wholesome inflince liulon this comm1111.
ty, but which on that very account has
icurred thlie odiimiii of radicalism.
A modest young lady who was a
passenger on board a packet ship, it is
said,jpprang out of her berth, and
jiuiped overboard on hearing the cap
Lain, during a storm order tile inato to
haul down the slicets.
Soie wags took a drunken tellow,
placed in ia gravcyard, and waited to
soe the effect. After a short time tho
fumes of liquor left him, and his posi.
tion being rather confined he sat up
right and after looking around, ex
ela iiod, " Wel1'm t/e./irst that's riz
M-r eis I'l confound edly belated.
A gentleian was promenading a
Fashionable street with a bright eyed
boy at his side, w11011 the little boy
uricd out "Oh. pa, there goes an Edi
tor !" ''hush, hush,'' said the oth
Lil, "don't miake sport of thle oor
Inan ; G0d oly knows what you may
coie to yet.
An Irish boy trying hard to got a
place denied that he was Irish. "I
ilon't know what yol mean by not
being anl Irishimanni," said the g'amleimani
who was about to hire himl), "bilt I know
tiat yon vere born in Irelil-" "Och,
yer honor, if that's ald, small blame that
Suppuse your old cat had kittens in tho
oven, would they be loav!s of broad ?"
Ihe boy got the place.
A lover and sweetheart while travel
ing 1hriouigh te howoods ill 'h1,s184, met
withi ia Imelancholy accident, which ii
recorded ill the, following felicitous
Ind while retrcatling throngh the woods,
And through tie tzingled fei,
lie (ore his imusn't mention em's
And had to put on heri.
Drinking Impuro Water.
Set a pitcher of iced water in a
room inhabited, and in a few hicurs it
will have absorbed from the roonm
carly all the respired and perspired
gases of the room, the air of which
will have become purer, but the wo
[er utterly filthy. This depends on
the faict that water hlas the faculty of4
dcondenisin~g, and thereby of absorbing
all the gases, whlich it does wi thout in'
creasing its own bul1k. The colder the $
wvater is the greater its capa'dty to
contain these gases At anl ordinary
temper'ature a pinit of water will con..
tain a piiit of carbonic acid gas and
sever'al pints of ammonia. This ca
pacity is nearly doubled by reducing
the temnpcratunre to that of icc.
[lonce, wator kept in at room a whlile
is alwvays unfit for uso, and should bo
often renewed, whethler it has become
warm or not. And for the samne rea
son the water in a pump stock should
be pumpllled out in thle moerning beforo
any of it is usedl. That whlich 11as
stood in the pitecr over night is not
fit for coffee water in the morning.
imnpurewater' is .more injmrious to the
health than imp~ure air, and ev'ery
person should' providle the means of ob
taining fresh, pure water for domestio
A propos of a remark that Russiana
tro absolutely incapable of understand
ng or appreciating a good joke, this
Itory is related: ''All Engl ishman!
.vas relating to a Russian friend that hto
nd on',o seen on a Country roa - st
vh this inscription : 'This roW' Ma'ls
0 the town; all persons whio calinot renad
lisa m--y apply to the blacksmith.' To
ho great anguish of the narrator, Is
riend remnamned perfectly comnposed, and
hanked him for his story with a stridied
>oliteness which showed4 that he had
iot umderstood it in the leaIst. liut tho
lext morning the Russian hurst into hia
'rientd'e room in convulsions of laughter,
>xelaimng, 'My friend, I do 'understand
t now I -1F'ooh that I was nmot to think
>f it I As if theo blacksmith might not
oe away from home.'"
IBumna AoAINsT PorULAR GovRaNauf4N-P
rho Washilngton oorrespondent of the Ci
Ilinati Commercial asserts:
General Dutler is not a believer In a De.1
nooratio Government. He has said so not
nco, but often and openly. ilo has calledi
opular government a farce, and counted
he number of years that lhe will giye it to
un. lIe 'believes in the coup d'etat, theo
rapiro, the strong military hand--the very
hings, In short, which he isindlicting Mi
rohnson for doing in nmere Intent. h~ere,
hen, we have the spectaobe of a man, lro
he name of all the people, takiog, perhaps,
no of his favorIte steps towards aunnhIlan
leg the popular gnen'