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THE FAIRFIED HERALD.
WINNSNIORO, S. C.
Weudn osday Morning, August 19, 1868.
DeOp)rtes, Willianms A Co., Props
Nominations by the Naional Denooratic
l0N. H1OR1ATIO SEMOU11,
OF NEWI YORIK.
110N. FRUNK P. 111111,
Go Ilomo11 and Wait.
Th--re i., a panic at Cohimbin dim to
theemties of Ilhe 'Trca-ury, and to
inabibily to horrow a dime. The ne II !w
0over-movi ltis no credit, m1ti4 don't
h Irv a4rreat dh-.d. We4 advise the
I11eilatire to las a law taxinlg tLhke no
groes of Ith ill' 1li blicanl party live dol
lar, a heal (which ertainly ought to le
chietirfIlly paidl) and :djolu, a'n go
holio at wail II 'till tIe.dential pb:e.
tion I oV4er. It, w%il be Lime el.min"'h
I tIIoI bto hi to to x wlt.e Iople.
aratesiltness --Not Impetuosity,
Such is the policy espe cially suited
to tlese tihi.s, in which the miaterials
of civil strife .iii1 sovial conlfusionl are
:;catt1erod broad'-ast overlou l ain.14. 11'
the obe mo rehseingportion of1 oilr
I"'0plh really helivved I lie lpruba
biiY of, ptermnanent ne-- 1IScOrlan,
Viellellt, mea.'sureT', or .10ehl l.s temld to
violelee, woildI mve' with greater Ita
vo r. Bhut they have neio of those
f,-ar:11% of Iegro doiimination that fright
ti souls 01 soie. Their so->rn of the
very ilea ol, it ik Imore iliet mi1i deepl
er, and they only wi'h the third par
ty-the military poweir of the general
go4VernmIIeNit removed, in order to test
Ohi. (inestion fairly. They believe it
enn1 Ie settled satifactorily, and
placcably, if, bly prildence and sIl'
rk'strainlt, itwy Cal onv e (et the
Atrong arm of the F'ederal Ill'ioll to r
inilli ieutral, so that, social forces
ilay adjust thie c to tlat, per
mi1aneit, And steady equilibriui whieh
will result tfroim their rel ia ti v.e
stIrenth. hi They are as anest as
those who would pre'er ani iniilAediate
issue and an ilinediate settlement',
como whtm1. Inlay, but not so limpetu
Onis. They desire and purpose politi
C:I supreiavy, but prefer it to como
throughl s.ciatl order, andt to matt a ein
socmatia or, un tilI it comois. IThe y
have faith in natural forces, if leift to
themnselvye,, but not when an outIsidte
power initerferies against n atuire, aind
the ir iirst c Ifort s and w ishies arne di=
-rec ted to remov~'ing t hiis out(side pow
er, not simp lly for a season, but per
.1ust at present, a vimetorly of the
lemocera tie I 'art y ot //w .V,/t is whIiat
liey' arc weorking tor, antd untless thiere
be victory at the North, is it not evi
dent that victory at the Sout.h will re
sembloel>eanregaird's victory at Shi
Jlh during the war. Every raish
spch' I, every v'ind iciivo expressioni,
every violent resolution, that enn bie
di stornted to mean forcible resistance,
lIses the Democratie parit y mnany
votes at the North. I on it is upon
he still smouldering emibers of see
I ional hate, wvhichi they arc striving to
kindle anew into llames of v'engeance,
that thie Rlepublican plarty hope to
inarchl to power aga in, with sorried
rainks and gleaminig bayonets.
It is not best at till times to give to
a liar the lie direct. We ourselves
were once under ar'rest in 18638, at,
Marien (1. 11.1 by order oif Lieutenant,
Stacy, a military oscomnb, after
wards cashiered for accepting a bribe.
Wonever were so ablused and black
guarded ini our lives as by him, But we
thought it best thus to reply :"Sir,
the State is uinder military law, and
you have your bayonets around you.
I, therefore, beg leavo respectfully to
ask, whlethecr I havo the right to pro
nonuico every word you have uttered
false ? IInve I the right, or havo 1
not ?'' So compleltely was the gallant
thief disconcerted by this unexpected
and courtous mannoer or giving him i
the lie, t hat lie couldn't repl y, except
by turinifg pale. So throwing still
greater courtesy into the tones oif our
voice we repeated our qjuestion, and
adlded, "for if I have the right, Sir, I
propose to (do so ; if I hav'e not, I pro
pose to keep my mouth shut." WVo
suggest a similar method of procedlnre
at present. Let us refute their slan.
ders and their lies ruld/y, aind aIvoid
giving thenm the (desiredi opportunity
of answering our reftutat ion, not by
argument, but by the bayonet in the
hands of' virJietivo pas-sionl and 'e.
tional I. to. ''Lot 'us have peace.1'
A Sooiety for tho Beofit of tho Orphais of
Dceasod Soldiers, No, 2.
A District -ociety for tho abovo
mentioned purpose, formed around
the surviving soldiers of tho war as a
nucleus and executive council, we be
lieve to be the most efficient organiza.
tionl possible. It will conmnand and
receive the support and assistance of
every inclber of tho Community of
both sexes, wher-weai.ally less catholic
schemi miay fail of 'ymlllpatly and sup
port froi Somen who would willingly
give to :meh a society. The loward
Assouiation of Charleston, Simllply by
being a Society foiidel fOr purposs
of claity Ilne received nal a con
tribution that, but, for this featur,
had never been bestowed.
Soldiers of Fairfield, fall into line.
of the twelvo inindiredi white men;I
tver tle age of twenty-one, eigi t 11um
d Irci of thei aro survviing coi:irades
of' the dead. Cannot some of these
eight hundlred organizo a society and
rapidily recruit mowumbers ? They (n,
and wve trust , will do so at onwo. With
wit exoeption, they (an1 eah givo One
dolbr H.ni s l11e 1.f I14t) )z" highas
ten. ANid let the socioty be formed,
and we will answer for the lalies.
Soinelhing can be done. Something
must be done. Something will be
dune,aneud tle suooner the better.
We ~c-ommkilend to clergymen the(!
)CruIsl of the fOlloWing N ppeal, whicli
we iot, aftor writing our first articla,
in the 3lobiu( '/Mbunp, as an examplo
o' one Inwthod of assisting these help.
less cdIlren. WO publish it in full.
OI'li 's linco ri vor om.
0I.I-IIAN':i I11Pl' OF IIE. SY(2NOD ot.
A I-% 1.A %mv
'/ ('in !/" Ill |1klmnintWo Is 111.
/,, 4i C!. -1 ('has oj'1h, /knen/ent :
It is swera ye ar ssi nce we undertiok
the etwrpise of establishing a I11m1
for thel IOrIphanl Chibdrell IX ('Illfeder
'h- Sohlil-s il the State ( A Inal .
various. hindrancees havo dolayod the
execution of thik pnurpose. Mbit P>ro .
vidence Seems nl.owv at length11 to 1:lvoe
0111inl the way fo' ingulati
practically this noble charity. We
lmve :a(hiralle huilings, in good
(Mindition, in a healthy location, at.
Tuskeget, Alabama, with suitable
.!roMulds,alil land 8utlicient to allord
fuel nml fr a -ill neceisary niltivation.
Ave he Seein -redl 1ho -wrvives o tlw
Sonis well 4111:11lill to Inago
IlImun in aln its. dopartmonts o)f* provi..
Sion, Care), instlruetiOn ld trainin.
Con tri but ions of mnoney, Supplies,
clothing and furnituro have 1ready
benn made to anl extent Sufficient to1
wrrarnt us in throwing open tho door-s
of this Asyhunill to those for who,:se
bellit it is provided. We have a1.
or'dingly givon notite0 that we will at
once rei4va applicat ims, and it is our.
expeomion to begini the allit issimn of
Ohans by the 1st o' .or n". lhit
this is only the11 commelnI'ieent ot ourii
great underb 0l~iing. The. clas we8 roJ)
piose to aidi S 21 very' lrg one0. Thie
othe r Or ipha ns lbo:n14s ill thie South(1
1ave be' n 1 rap Illid ly tilled34. As this1 is
t he onl1y one in Ala2imm11a whiich 0o1Yers
its a(dvanltages to the State at larige
pl 0iction. ThenI, as8 we (cou1line our
offer' to thioseo ar)e(' dest it.ite oft oth
er means01 of supplort, everdlythling has( t.o
be done1 for' themil. We mu1(st priov'ide
nIot only shel1ter', biut. food, clothing
an id i1nstrucitionl. A fle r using all pos
sible0 eonoimy and empl~loyinig the Ia
boir (41 the childiren1, as 111 21r as21' prcia
1b14, wo 81hall need0( .onlsiderabl14 e cOnlt r'i
but1 ions5 ini every serv''~ilabl f'orml, anid
tis grea';t wI1ork. And it is the14 objeCt
of this~ paper31 to appeal21 (earnlestly to all
thle good( people of our St ate to aidl us
iln tis etfort in behalf of a mIost iln
ter31esting aind nleedy class. '.lheir re
12latoln to uts all ceates a powerIful
clam upon 1Jon1Or consc1iences, whii lst
t heir condition of want and deOpend
enIco pleads mlost tenderly with the(
best teelinigs of our hleartL. Cian any
pare'nt or chlild---can alny paitr'iot or'
ph ilanthrlop)ist--abovo all enn anv
Chlrista s~hut51(1. up hiis bowels of con11
pass5ion1 algainist the cr'ies oft these lit tle,
fathrl'ess chiild ren, lelt to 1us as a le
gacey by Ibheir lleni sires ? To pro
vide for themi is to dlischa.rge a debit ot'
graltitulde-it is to gr'atify (lhe noblest
feeling of ouIr naztue-it to por(forml a
great Chrlistian duty---it is to employ03
a most potent incanus of blessing the
commilg gOeerations1 of onr1 coun1tr'y.
hut ouir object is 1not to ar1gue0---only
to state the case, and then to as8k yourI
assistance inl any form iln which it can
be available, and iln accordanlce with
your~ ability. Wo solicit donlationls of
moneyW), suitable books and1( hlonsch)iold
articles, anId of whatever may13 be 1no
oossar'y or ulseful in1 811ch an1 establlish
mlent as we haIve desci'ibed. We ask
aId from all claissos, but we par'ticu-|I
larly ilnvoko the active co-oporation of
thie ladlies iln the1 various commlluiies1
of our Stato. It is their or'ganlizationl
and11 efort at a few points t hat hlavo
enabled us to malike this beginning of
our work, and we rely largely upon01
thecir pr'overbial benevyollee, energy
and1. conlstancy iln carryinhlg it for'warId.
As woen our0 0(1' omo11 to all really
destitute Or'phans(, withiout distinct ion
of roeligiouls deomlOinalftion:, so we freely
appleal to all Chirist.ians, and to all
other persons, whlo caroe for the nloody
and tIhe suffering. Lot all who call
001m1 up to our hlelp), and sulrely all
eanI (10 somethling. Eveln the poor!
'nnl alid u1s, and( wo shall giladly wei
'01mo thio "mites'' of' the young. T1hie
Liues are indood hard, but remomnber
hat they bear m1ost. oppressively uI
m thoso whose0 destitutionl 10w pleads
,or your boievolnit l p.
0On buhalf if the Commnittee.
J. K. IIAZIN, Chairmaiin.
Wo observo the names of several
perrons ment.ioned its applying to our
Uemral Assembly pro. ten. to have
it rccommend that their di,abilities ix
removed, which is the initiatory rite of
the Radial 'aith. .)o they meanl to
join the H1adical party or not, ? r do
they Simply intend1 that the Stat3e
while under Rtadioal tyranny, shial1
not he deprivedl f their. invalh
service's in some Jneo he nnnron:
olflic.s created forl. p1ln14 ? It i 1
Itive dictated hy one or. bloth of thc4t,
Inut ive.i and is so regiant by I Wake.
fill peopIle. Their c"nuInct elevate
tte gre in (1hinilhia, willt. it de
,radus themselves. They aro alrea(13
Tadpole i'-li.. mll to v410%010
ilto It ad ica!l bl:k y.--ao"ers in f*l
blast, While thlt! 14-groes blaek.
Wash thei, grow white in enullparisonll
They remind w. Ilf a1 passage il
Dante's 1IpI1, in whicl Lh tie ioet. de
scribes hist s1irils in humnan foru
wandering in"varch f(* rest, 41ver.
duscrt infested by loatihsoime reptile.s
which soildenly darting uip and.l strik
ing them, a doliblo., tranllsformlatiul
takes place-the hmnan form of thl
lost Spirit becoelics chalgel to that o
thn leptile, n11111 tho Rolptilu. riscs all('
wanLi abouit as theluma forml
d Ist so ti1so Vrctvws, struck by thl
hait, fi tlice atnd pivhi , are tranls
formled inlto 1h ull:est, Fpcecis (
r4e'W":alv, political veru.in, while Car
pot ba", advvinturr anId i gnIIorlan
set11i-barbarians towvr al ove them, i
colltrws(, a1 nd :Z01 11I t o regainl thei
right to be c<msidered hnn
Aod what shall wo say, whni tle
evoen freat theum with Il".rited scornl*
Will not that nt leaist opoen thec eye:
of those meditating their own ditlg.:a
dationl ? Forlhi. nseein there.
f'orv, we (.:Ill thwir. atte!l[tiln to till
(aseC of an inlividllull by theo41 mune (
Clawson. The: ngres (f tho Legis
luo (f,or w%e(! .:lo :m :-rcely think tth
whIite! mnenl wmol' hanvo di.wovered hi:
true pw-itimn) lw.ve inforwiet hi:
that, since hu hasak tanthe iey tl1
andl now ho, J! nn offi'e, his apiai
tion to have diAbili rvmove(
1) ro1vs .1"d L,m lw . il t.. d P ,.1
W e think it ot illi:' A ible tha( 4l i;
pl eas1,.edI at t h i :l1';- t .1 111s be vinI,g m IadII
nto t ori onls. Slich fact.s u;-lablishen
act"r with thle party, and. this is thl
only interprclt.imn ot, ('law.:.."l's (.4,1
duct, t11t we mulVr1n11101A:d. If, IIow
ever, T:I1polleS will rollect, t hey ma.'
di.,c-over, froll the (*.o of ( Clawsol
wilat, it co.As to drop their tails.
Til t .').\O(:Nt; C" Nx.'CT.-Th' f1
low in.,. i.- :lli.e a - : m th r i h
Saur ay1) 1// /wwr /4-)4 (negr '.' ..
"Tis4. ha4s been4 in44' a..4 b:11'y' thie (4
huuhia /V , aa nhppr,a
have' it to4 say)' 1hat4 Ih war' of:) 4 raes ha:
h4ogun. We say4 this4 is a debberat
affa0ir. it. is kno4wn1 here' that4 a lot <
r'evol vers were0 sent u II hI 1comur411 , 1at e
Iy;also, t1:1 hat a)no.he' lot1 :mah' 1.0 thi
Democ44rats~ here'4. It 4is well Ir men') o
Wsit ion to know1 that4 it is the4 plan)1 (
NTorthernr whiteu m4:m4 froni) this S':.'
and1 4)01(4 to4ovr 'or I he I)resent)1 r0constro')et
knlowl thlese. f'a'ts, :4ml wV' knowv the lo.n
whe the issue coe t h )4'Ireois wl i4
e'ight y t hon)s1ad loy'al men4))'4'3. 'ho wil
sprm'4)g to) arms1 iln I 4s Si:ate, at. ti4
50ound. of the' fIrlst note.4 I'A'(ery planta
tionl has its C("/ei,n :1and th4'm no am14)
women, are prepared it'o 10stand44 hv. thei'
and1( no0 aggreen'svO mea'1surei will be~ tamk4'
by thiemi. They''. :4re determ'4'ined0 to kee;
ino0 pea1ce andlt ab ide by law and1,4 order(
and)4 see4 114hat.1th libe4.rt,ies ofi t'ir cIhldreI
aro0~4: )4uardd1 wi1h sle'e'less v igi lance.\
4)4:4 4.thi f4)es be) a)ware4. !
SE.NT) Ir A wxoN(.-Somne in)genior
fe.llow m0 New''. Yo.ik hais inivented11'. w
hoe ca:lls a "speake'r eixtin)guisher,"' to b<.
used'( at publ 1 ic )iners., ill ("0nventiona0
hou)se. of legisla) t ion1)4 and iof) her plc.s
to i lmit the0 flow) of bankum or14) 4ator)
whicoh so often bores~ and4 disgu1)sts t.hl.
listenerOIs. The)( mach)Linis 4 descr04ibled as
"a1 lar1ge' sheet0 ))ron 00414, whIich1 1i.s in)tc
a grooved plte . HTe plamt is 'x.edl 0o1
the fl'or, anid Ih co4 e rastened1l '40( abth'
by) a1 chinl of SuOieI4tn lengthL to admit11
:4f its deOscondinlig to the groove. It is st
1riran4 ged that 4)t.14' theied of livo m))inute1.4
it. falIls 344)4 becomes10 almo14st ai r-t 'ght.
ICve.'ry spea ker is r .qu4ired to stand uipo
1)he piate4, and)( info0rmed4( o1 the time, hc
.1an emiiploy. II 1he. exeecds Iiv min.ll)
.41tes, the (con1e falis and)4 shuts iho feilhow
>u4t., 414. that ho0 Can't extr'iente himself or
Asn STIJ. T 'l14'Y Com:44.--The Clevela))l
PlaInWdrakr says the110on. Richard Gr'egg, of
\ur1ora1, Dearbon county, aI life-d'onlg Whig,
md14 a Reopubllicanl at th'e organization of thati
)ir'y came1 outIl i puIbl speech in Auro
a, last week for Seymour and Blair.
The Warrick 1/crald Is groatly dlisgulsted1
4coauso41 Mr 0. D). Rlobortson, hitherto a
trong Republican, hais renounced'4 that par.
y, and( maildo a' speech a1t a Sym)ou)r ratlifi.
i:t1on )10 meing 1n IIoonvillo ai few day13S
mi1co. It calls 41h1m a 4trL)'hor," ''robe.
rade." &e--.Nc An1ann (md.) rcd.,..
It must be attimir-ted that, the speecli
delivered by .\r. Epping upon this in.
te.rostig occasion lws 1 Insterpieco of
abilse and fitlehood. There was thc
ulal mild cooinl'- about peaceflli inton.
tions and peaceful conduct, but beneattI
thi'se were ~tho words a.nd] expres3siom,
Which could have had no other pur-posc
than hI (. provocation of riot and disrder.
.\ r. Nppig told the negroes to be Ieady
to fight it, tho polls, that tho Fire De.
paitment was thorouighly arned (whicl
was a deliberate ilts-hood), and thal
tihre were required two regiments o
nerro militia and two batterivs of artille.
ry to I.m-p Char-h-Slonl down % . Th'lesc
reikli agre per' dfe ly well wit h thk
ix prnosionls ni:ao u of by N r. kiim
Il privale con vera:4.11 l. To one of oil
og~~1 :wrha1i4ai, in subst.nw
Illw w iile p pli Eko fli4losvdf, b1" 1 ,
nisY al. It4 ming ieli: I he coet
4e p l wIld lI m - i l o I" I I It I- , 1
(-I hI tI !I ; II I jS. I ii -'~ it2E Ii, s: (- w Ii I I)(s
11(n'ten the a.idl: "iiii the 1 whilIipE
lit do ot , Lake r th I ei v wil i I bi,
buriii-d ,xwn." To Ia third h e stidt : "1.
I'les While popl;e uinyt to discharg<
flhi-ir colorod vilnploymn-8 bvecauso tinv.)
will iol vote tihe vin-monil ticket
ChAarh'sti will be destroy f . " ThI 14.:q
are the witor lo an uier of heu 11nilt
States Court-1 for Ithll Di'tir:-. of Som1t
iheu.n )rrr.The Colu
hia. /'/ Ii n -, ol, yesterdaY, says :
TI.Loumas kihELar(L.onl, a cob roe' Ivind
her of the U,-eisiatr, Il*"Who is charge(
with tie iliurder 1if' youing Smilith, wn
brolught up1) ibv-tre a iewly appointeli
I lge, alr. Willan. ol . writ of li
/naS corpums. Then prisoneOr Was releas
eOl on the inlsign1ilicalnt Imilt of $1,000
$3,000 was Ir'iitir- thf' tle person
charged With 0he i.urder of G. W
D)ill, inl (aluC dell.
M r. .Juhnstoll's .ilry w as d ischairgedl
-ystrday, not being able to find :
r v rdict . It is. Iider-slood that, tilt
Seven Whieses prpW t ,a verd i, wh ieI
was cmbatted by thv litm bakse.h ThO
following is thm voliot roenderod b.N
'I r. W alker's, julry 1: t was to ti
tIet thait said 1 ll '. Smith ca i
to his death frEin the 0leets of :
WOUnId, taused by a hall fired, wilufll
atd maliviiv1ly, rivo a1 pistol in 14i
hands of, "ThlomlliV hiardisim ; I tha
4 W . .. t ("'ray, Ii. C. 10'al.I , arge, j
R- . desportns, .llies (hrist, Hll1:11jait
.lyas, C. IL. hiyil1 and Joseph P
I loward)ero, w le tccSories t ti e kill.
. " 11.%.. ' ovm m I-ll: tnr F..k , Bofs
HALsY OXUs .\nu !"--TrIaitors lmSha
birn toln Stars fro-ml omr flag ! Sha.1
they not be rs111 i I Wt thougil
the rtliet ing d till ears the n.(t t .
he,du we not komw that thle star;
there inscribed are but the symlbolso,
I'tates ? lI the'. et of' Cong resi
adoting the devisc of Sth anS
-Sripl', thle tSI thel.numberin u thir
ituen, as symllblus 'OfI' ihe original Shtat
-it was also o'aille that for ever
nIw State another stato dshol ho ai
td,i St ar, lr cry Statc, amie
of rcry / 'na'hut traitors Iv<
tort ' a conlstllatioln if tenl star,
fi'l41111 the flag-by obliterating tenl eu
eiual Stites of the Union, am 10itpl
t-ing them u ler the l iels of a ml ilita
ry despotism thu most diabolical eve
knpwn to the civilized wrld WhE
a Inlopkery then, to keevp thie emlpt..
emblgs thmting; in o the breezo (e,dh
thler ar nlo States to repreent t
a oytltar y usirlly, I1) thenores
theI~~ lg ors country,n the ce!nio
ir wifaI te' tIe hepib Cotittiofy n
i las and1 toiberty theyc 'euat .
th a iur lois oUl flag heSO n o ge
fsono unsceds bylI thet' TriIune
mucht rin,bu e rred surezloftCli iII o0
telenyo provisios andt bairertl
uo Cotton. Lessir Cotto isbplnd.
tan last year, Fad woexpet at yich
of0 aut onoutht lie sc, ofratile
buifIrg is geing rinhtedby dereey
ytemiselves,ratheor tn eply eunroo
foitabler lborsnde qittn ndireto
gust,i W theaparne ri" plan. W
vienstureti tto prect tha ne, haf t
planiters in thisn distoritillt iro fo
wagres nexl yuear, ori anot pli 0re
men a aIlol.-soura hsf n der itewil.
afeet alutary eflfocr apr e neslgrows
2larIgse nube freseind the cerofthai
lownfpalls of the lieublca prt lir
tId Rad0ica'llism, ad expresed hoilm
resolution to tak oe sids wityhlathei
itormeri mandtrive nd it.erole
fredIn near01Oly eery ofr a bl
yedm Demcrl i Cnlub orao grbely oran
mared. 'Ian severle orldbe wao blind
300t, members.cI oy not ithinkld bxa.
gerate11 whyn a etiator the strengEh
of 1 all don't clubs at betw o 1000 ant
P00m.---C,ha. or.' ye A0,l. iga
yetns discovered fod sedy cate,'
Mn. CA-1t1t11A's Lria 'ro THR Nic
0nor.-At a gecat Demooratio meeting in
Aiken, S. C., on fite 4.1th int., a lotter frotm
Mr. J. 1. Campbell, of Charleston, was
read, a long extract from whiol (embody
ing his views of tlo present condition and
future prospects of tlie American nogro) 1
we published yesterday. These views are
in Ithe lain ftt,i or soberness and trutih.
Tie direct address which Mr. Campbell
ma11,kes to tihe li,3rocs themselves is 110 less
kindly than plain and forcible. lie tells
them: "-You may live here if you will,
lleaceable, happy and proiperous, under the
proteetion of our laws, just as we are pro
icut ed, wih hno distinction or inequality, but
you CaInot governt us." Ilo says, alluiding
to a (Ililitied sitirage, '"that will bo for the I
itiumled and property-liolders among you.
They are so few that it will give you no
power, not even tIto Uhadowy of it," lo
wdds': 1I' every whitu inhabinllit of South
('arolina - if (-very while 11m1a, WOman11 Or
child inl the 8miuthern Stiat es--shoul coil.
vunl : nt-1 agree io it,you wouhil not be lerimit
te.l by I lie peoplu of tlie Nort h1 and WVe to
establlsh a .iburial, or a )ominioan, or a
yHllIe (lovernment ll the Unitfell States."
A111lihe C-110choles his remanrkalbly interest
ilig letter thits: "-Youl have tle 111pwrtuni.
ly 4IIf'lfrel too cliowie betweci perp,itl pen o
prosperity ' , fill adva nicement ill tlhe m111aniy
blhssilgs ca11ll ci vi Iilia lonl-hoet ween that
and 111 hosility to) uis, degrsation anil final
ext erinion0. We ofer you I lie former
the carpelt-bagger tempts you to tle latter.
As yoSou r friend, I pIay Goil to give you wis
11111 ill your chuice." There is 110 doubt
Iht le Iher tpf .r. Camploe,l faithfully ex.
prv esses ihe views and tle friendly spirit of
allu'P)Ol 111111 ittlligOint m1embe10rs of the late
Slave-swning class at. th1e-South.--New York
A CU.1na' or TA-ries.-The Washington
Correspondent of 1the Baltimore Gazette
writes as follows:
It. is now vcry evident ilhat the programmo
oft ti trill,y I'lo"al" party ill the South has.
hI ell changed, and tihe id a of allowing thle
Legislatures of the States to elect Presiden
lial Elecvtors has been abaidoned. Mr. De
wee, ot' Noth Carolina, who wantedi i the
remiostrueld (lovernmenit to be propped
il pil It FederIal hyonets, declared tie would
neverl assent to siuh a polit ical fraud. This
kkndi simnilar Aceularat ions cr-mleorgria miem
bos, together with the late artion of tle
(G'eorgia .ogisliture in electing a Democra
tic seinator, have given a quietus to the pro
ject, 111d with a dleteriination to try the
hallo-hox comes a call upon (1he President
It hIs already been slated tihat tihe Presi
dent. is thoroughly pomtel is to tile ulleged
ntirat-'s in L,onisiatni, Teis and Tennes.
see, atm1 while ie refers such1 applications
as ha ve been made to Secretary Schofield,
the 84ecret ary is at fihe smie limo kept in
ormedi of i lie sitation of atfairs, and 1he
rules- accorinhgly. The popuilar impression
se.m11s to be that (ene'd Scholield sympa,
litizes withI the Italical parly, but there is
gooll relson for ,believing ithe opporie. lie
will not allow himself or 4is Ilepartment to
be usedl to advatice Clh political fortunes of
the Radical party.
The Radicals are, evidently, not so much
at c'ase ab'ut the1 l'ridenilttial2 el'ct ian -not1
st cuiiotlnt of ite election of (rant aid
C_'olflax 11 they woro a Short time since.
The Troiune, for iinstance, tile real organ of
the Itadieals, says : 'We do not believe nor
wish ot hers to believe, GeleralGrant's Clec
tio-I certain. We would have every one re.
Ializ'e t hat t he elect ionl is not1. yeCt dlecialed;
thal:t th lietpublicn canI 0l witn it' they wor'k,
butl must lose if they3 are hteedIess or npa
The '/'rdi/w' is e'xceedingly anIxious to ap
1p13 the0 whip aind 1:pur, and1 for teal' there'
shIotl be some0 relaxat iont of exer'tion1, it
I. hopes that tihe iinilds wVill "carr'iy lPennI.
sylviantia, Ohio anld Imolianla but by small1
''anlimateld to0 determnined0 eIlforfs ini N ove
ber'."' If t his .soirt of sIiimluIs is itncreased
as5 th li adical miajor-ity fades, would it not
he :lli th stronIger'a ier' is 1n0 R:tdicai
majnority atl all inl thle States namted 1 There
is a pr'ospect that11 this is exactly the sort. of
stimulults thte oppotnents of Rtadicalismi will
aIlfordl it iln October'.
In itlaine, whlich votes on the 14th1 of
Septoeb', is really t,he first election in
which thlere is tmuchl intderest centered, antd
the result of which will have much signifi
cance. At the election la1st September the0
Radical major'itIy of nearl1y Ithir'ty thtousand
wals cut. do1wn to about ten thioustand. Thley
will enldeavor' to checCk the r'oact.ion and in.
cr'ease theoir majorities to somlethling like
tIlt 011d figuires. The Democrats are work.
inlg withI vigor' anid not withot,t hope. The
resullt in Mainle will be significant, of thle
poulilar'ity of'the1 Presidential candidates
in Now England, andi will be looked to with
Nebraska votes on the Othl of October,
and will lbe followed on the 13thl by Pena.
sylvania, Ohtio, Indiana and Iowa, The
resullt in those St ates will pr'actically decide
tIhe Presidetial conItest. If the great,
States of P'ennsylvania andI Ohio vote to
gethler, it detcides thle election--if they do.
vide, thlere wvill be much01 doubt as to the re
suit in Novemiber
WttA-r is Comino.--The impression Is be
coming str'onger hoere every dlay, says the
Washlington correspondent of the Baltime
(atti th, thze counItry is about, to pass
thBlroughI a much01 m1oro trying ordeal than
was theo late war. As an evidence of'
tho deep foolinZ hlere, it canf be slated an
ex-gener'al of the F?ederal army, now in
business here, give it as is solemn convie.
lion that before the olose of .a year from
tIs dato (lentil by hatnging will be witnless
od withhi 1he walls of the capitol. If the
schemes eoneootedl by the Jacobins, by
whichl to seize upon the Glovernmenit, be at
tempted to be pult Into exeoution, Geoneral
---says he confidently expects to soe mom
bors of' Congress hung in their respectivo
chlangbers -as thle suarost means of arresting
thle revolution and saving the country,
Thle Now York clubs are said to be
unusually jolly just no0w; husbands
can stay late, as wives are at the
0- Will some one of our subscri.
>ors at Blaokstook send us one of the
.tadical campaign olroulars,- that are
tow being distributed through that
ection by a renegade scalawag?
Our enterprising follow-citizon, D.
. Flenniken, so rapidly rising as a
nerchant, has sont us a present of a
>ottle of the abovo condiment, that it
s not only good to look at, but good
von to smell at, and very much bettor
o tasto. Those vho wish a rare spo
iinon of pickle, had better try Chow
We are requested to state that his
fionor, Judge Bryan, will call the
Jivil Dockots peremptorily common
ng Thursday, the 20th Angust. The
Law caso, will first be tried, and then
the Equity cases.
Tho Charlotte and Greenville Rail
roads sched ules have boon so arranged
that there is now no detention in Co
lumbia- close connections being made.
Mr. 11. Baruch offershis Spring and
Summer stock of Dry Goods, &c., at
and below cost. Those wishing goods
will do well to give Mr. Baruch a
call. Soo his advertisement in anoth
New Oorn-Down with your Prices.
Major T. W. Woodward has left at
this office a fine specimen of corn of
this year's growth, ready for use for
any purposo. It is time for prices to
tumble. The Major requests us to
say to speculators that "the prices
must and, moreover shall fall."
We rejoice to hoar it, for Major
Woodward, it is well known, is as
good as his word.
The American Farmor's Magazine.
This Magazine for August is an im
provement over the preceding num
bers. It has already taken rank at
the head of the agricultural publica
tions of the Union. Spocimens copies
may be obtained by enclosing stamp,
and addressing C. S. Burnett, Pub
lisher, Lock Box 392, Cincinnati,
For September, prompt to time as
usual, and full of good things to over
flowing for the ladies. "Maudo Est
varing" is worthy of the perusal of
every mother. Its fashions, music.
literature, Art, Household (we can
not enumerate half its good things),
render it the most attractive and use
ful monthly published for a family.
You need to see it to know its value.
$3 yearly. Address, T. J. Demor
cst, 473 Broadway, N. Y.
The Last Order.
We give below thme farewell order
of Ccon. (Canby, military commander of
thme "Scond Military District :'
HlEA I)QUA R TEns,
2ND MurITany DimsraIcT,
Charleston, S. U., Aug. 5, 1868.
[ Gencr~d Orders No. 150.]
In obedience to General Grders No
I, from the IIoadquarters of the Do.
partment of the South, the undersign
ed hereby relinguishes thme command
of the troops of thc.late 2d Military
The oflicers of the general staff on
duty at thme Headquarters of that Dis.
trict will report to the Major-General
com manding the Department of the
in rolinguishuing this command, the
undersigned takes this occasion to ao
kcnowledgc the zeal and fidelity with
wvhich the officers and men have per
formed thme difficult and delicate du
ties committed to them, and to cx
press his thanks to Commanders of
Posts and the officers of the staff for
their active co-operotion, and to all
his warmest wishes for their welfare
ED. R. S. CANBY,
Brevet Major-General U. S. A.
Official : Louis V. CAzunRc, Aide
dc-Camp, A. A. A. G.
Barbeone at Lighitwoodl Knot Springs.
Thme residents of the Lightwood
Knot Springs and iPisgah Church
ne ighborhmoods, provided a barbeoeue
yesterdlay, says the Columbia Pharnix
of the 16th, to which a general invi
bation to white as well as colored eiti
lens was extended. Several hundred
Jolumbians were conveyed, by a ape..
uial train, over the Charlotte Rail
oad, to the IAghtwood Knot Springs
tation--a short distance from which
ras located the country church, known
ms Pisgab. A joint committee of the
swo Democratic Clubs of that vicinity,
mnder thme lead of Capts. Sligh, Kin
Ier nnd Stack, -made the necssary
rrangemonts, amnd eminontly success.
'uli they were too. 'Tho crowd having
molleoted around the stand, about
malf-past 10, Capt. Kinslor called the
wsomblage to order, reqluested thoem
o make themselves as comfortable as
>OSsible, and thmen announced that soy
al gentlemen would'- adcgess thorn on
he political situation.
Among the spnakrs wo..e rolne
Thornat, Colonel McMaster, Mr. C. 0.
Marshal, Mr. W. R. Marshall, also
two coloredmon, Win. Myers, and
The New Elootio.
We acknowledge the receipt of this
excellent monthly-from the publishors
Messrs. Turnbulf & Murdoch, 49 Lox
ington Streot, Baltimore. Of the
merits of this publication, the Now
Orleans Daily Picayune thus speaks :
"The vast proportions which peri
odical literature has assumed creates
a demand for such publications as
this. Even with the amplest leisure
one cannot as much as 'dip int I U1
swarm of English and Ameri re
views and monthlies, and yet we must,
hep up with current thought. What
then ? The Eleetic Magazine-the 4
cream of periodical literature solected
for us. We know of no other that
does so admirably in all respects as
this New Eclectic, showing in its
whole management, catholicity of
spirit, tact and industry. It is aboad
of ill others in the breadth of its lib
cralism, its purity and elevation of
tono, and the range of its gloanings."
The regular terms of The New Ec
lootic are four dollars per annum, in
advance. As an inducement, the
pul lishors offer to furnish now sub
scri6>ors to the Now Eclectic, with a
year's subscription to any other pe
riodical that may be chosen, at 15
per cent. less than the regular price.
Agreeably to a resolution adopted
by the recent State Convention, the
following gentlemen are appointed by
the State Central Executive Commit
too canvassers in the interest of the
State at large-Gabriel Cannon
and A. P. Aldrich.
Second ;Congressional Distriet-J.
Third, Congressional Distriot-D.
Fourth CoLgressional District-.-W.
Canvasser for First Congressional
District to be hereafter appointed.
Life and Campaigns of General Robert E.
By James D. McCabe, jr., of Va.,
Author of the "Life of Stonewall'
Jackson," "Life Pf Gen. Albert Syd
noy Johoson," &o.
The above interesting book is to be
sold by subscription only, and can be
had,together with a superb Litho
graph of General Lee, in extra Eng
liSh cloth at $4. per copy-in half
calf (Library Style) at $6. per copy.
It is a work which should be in every
Southern man's house, and will attract
even greater attention than the au
thor's other works. Those wishing to
subscribe, may send in their names to
this office, or to tihe Agent, Mr. Robt.
MIlroy, Yonguesvillc, S. C. Money
to be paid on delivery of the book and
The Trno Nobility.
Whlo aroe.the nobles of the earth-the
true aristocrats ?
Whlo need not bow their heads' to
lords, or doff to kings their hats '?
Who are they, but the men of toil
the mighty and the free,
Whose hearts and hands subdue the
earth, and compass all the sea?
Wilo are thley, but tile men oi toil, who
cleave the forest down,
And plant amid the wilderness, the
hamlet and the town ?
Who fight the battles, bear the scars,
and give the world its crown
Of name and fama and haistory, and
pomp of old renlown i
They cilaim no gaud of hleraldry, and
scorn the knighting rod ;
'Their Coats of Arms are noble deeds,
their peerage is from God.
They take not from ancestral graves
the glory of their name,
But win, as erst their fathers won, the
laurel wreath of fame.
To PREVENT HlonsES DERING TJWA8ED
ny FM"Es.-Take two or three small
handfuls of walnut leaves, upon which
p our two or three quarts of cold water;
let it infuse one night, and pour the
whole, next morrfing, into a kettle and
let it bail for a quarter of an hour ; when
cold it wvill be fit for use. No more is'
required than to moisten a sponge,.~
before the bhorso goes out of the a l'1
lot those parts which are most irritable,
be smeared over with the liquor-vig.,
between and upon the ears, tlie neck,
the flank, &e. Not only the lady er
gentleman who rides out for pleasure
will derive benefit from the walnnt
leaves thus prepared, but the coachman,
the wagoner, and all others who use
horses during the hot months.
[Farmer's Receipt Book.
DE~ATH OF THE LIARGEST MAN IN
KENqTUCKY.-William 0. Willis died
at his residence in Bullitsville, Boone
County, Kontuoky, a few days ago, of
apoplexy, in the forty-eight year of
his age. Hie was probablFy the largest
man in Kentueky, weighing 500
pounds. His average weight for a,
number of years has not been less
than 490 pounds, and sometimes I6
reached 525 pounds.
-A man nlamed $irm Pittainger and
his housems Id were tarred anE feath
ered and rldden on a rail at Chester.
field, Mass., a few nights ago, for al.
leged criminal intimacy and harsh
troatmnn of Pittsingqu's wife.