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THE FAIRFIEM HERALD
WINNSEOio, 8. C.
ednesday Morning, Nov. 4,'1808.
D3s;prte, Williams & Co., Props
UNION AND PEACE.
110N. HORATIO SEYMOI
OF NEW YORK.
1101N, FKlH P, BLAIR,
rivo Thousand Dollar Rewards.
Our readers will have soon that the
people of Anderson, in publia meet
ing, have proimunced Governor Scott's
lato partisan proclamation a libel and
slander upon the State, just as we
considored it. We confess to have
felt indignant at first, but now we
have cooled do.wn to our .orimal condi
tion of calm contempt. Knowing the.
v'xtent of Scott's power for inisobf,
we had hoped that lie might rise to an
effort to gain the good-will of gentle.
men by rebtraining the excesses of his
confederates in the crime of dooming
a free people to political impotence.
We entortAn that -ho-pe n longer-.
Ile is -us unsern pulo-ts, ts' faimo, and
as ialhious as the rest of -aorpet-bag.
gors-tkat's all. We 4hould not have
lis offoring twenty-ivo hundred
vlolla-rs reward for the detection %f the.
murderers of two negroes, an live'
thousand dollars for the detection of
the murderers of thrce mombers of the
Negroo Legislature, deservra, how
ever, additional notice. When young
Snrith was murdered, and most- likely
by a member of the Negroe Legisli
Cure, Gov. Scott did not offer the
two hundred and fifty dollars that has
been customary hi this State, nor the
five hundred dollars that has been oc
casionally offered, for the detection of
the criminal. We think that two
hundred and fifty or five hundred dol.
lars is enough to stimulate the
diligence and nouwness fof the
class of men that not as detootives.
It will answer as well as a larger
amount, and when paid, is not so
heavy a burden upon the treasury of
the State. The whito people would
have been content with tle offer of
two hundred and fifty dollars. Now
that negroos have been murdored,
they think that the ame two hundred
and fifty would have done, but would
have had no objotion to paying five
hundred dollars, considering the po
litical excitement attending the deaths
of Martin and Randolph and Nance.
They cannot but regard the rewards
offered by Scott as both partisan and
When we read that Brownlow has
just been pr'oved a Copartner with
*he head detective of Tonossee, hoi
agreeing to offer large rewards, p)rovi
dod he got one haIf of them, we begin
to suspect Scott of hraving taken les.
sons in the art of Government from
hia brother Governor of Tonnessee.
Randolph's murder was nmot only an
econsion of a jubilee in Charleston
over''ten thousand votes" added to
the Radical partyv thoreojy, Lut thio
sympathy of his fellow-laborers in the
work of establishing ''impartial gov
ernment" in South Carolina must
needs also take the shape of "busi
noss," (see Charleston Radioal Organ)
thmat Is, of making five thousand dol
lars out: of it,.if possible I
The tend'enoy of such rewards as
Scott has offered, is to encourage per
jury, and to bring innocent mon to in
convenionco, if not to death, by thme
false witness of mnen who will faibricato
a case so as to draw the reward and at
the same time, glut their malice.
An unscrupulous scound.oly such as
Whittemore, for example, is known
to be, could easily so manipulate no
groes, as to prove a murder upon In.
n>eeeoe itself, gratify his revenge and
draw-his pay. The killing of Negroe
Legislatore might thus become a very
profitable business--alm)ost as good as
going to Congress.. Thec shooting of
.Seott himself, even more so for if a
Legislator is worth five thiousand dol
Nra, a Governor ought to bring fifty
thousand. The Mackeys. ought to get
bold of this Ides, for Seott broke the
rIng, and they arc not too good, unless
g'ossly slandered, for revengo and
ptu$or.. Ei they, or flulbar.d, or some
Qthe speoulating Yankee wishes to go
-ito this busIness, now Is their chance..
For' the 8st time in the history of
8om(Orolnghro Is mey In It.
*!iii Urhat the Qhaqrleston Radical
mpis when -b 16auds Scotts
k,pnblishesu oi ffers of'
'y e ghndred and Ste thousanud,
gi*fan%ays, Mwo mean
wu ~ O~*ourseyou do,ndJ you .
you would be 6n the Othr o
Kasoil and Dix'O'P
miiprovo JUr . oda
Every plan-tor who *11 at end
to it carefully can add twenty
ive per cent to his income, in
h series oof ,five or ten years, .by. im
proving-the seed he commenced with,
lot it have been the Boyds' Prolifie,
the Bates', the- Dixon or the Zipporah
variety,. Noticitg tle, death; oDri
D. W. Ray last week called 1 to our
miil his experieneo on this siibje6o td
given to us -in person-. Every year le
would pick the cottun'fil'm the larg.
est and healthiest talks *f a b'ut.
and highly manured acre ofiabd, g'in
it, aid (tke the seed to plant thi
same acre with the seed on t6of4oltow
ing year, while willi the remaind'&
the seed frQm the acre ho would plant
his general crop. Ie told us'that
Cho improvelent both as to quantity
he m11ado to theo3 acrn, and as to the
gnality of the star-lo, was very strik
ing, and that his cotton seed always
commanded a premium in price in his
neighborhood. Wore this simple
jan systematically pursued, we be.
lievo that twenty-live bales would be
soon raised, where twenty are raised
now, and the lint would be so improv
ed as to bring live cents more on the
'1lue first pi-'ling is it the best
from wh ich io Arove sWl, p r Im -6tro
lst one. hM Aed is mnoro nmature
and in its best, condition when resor%
od from the middle picking. Yet
even thoso who know this fact, lose
11nn-1al.y severl 1jundred poundas O
scad mot tin to the acre> and one oT two
centson vach pound df the lint, by not
putting their knowledgt to advantage.
The Dixon C-otton saa a gr'et rep
tation. It is a profuso bearer but the
lint is inferior,or at least not supo
rior, to that of the 'ordlinory VaTieties-.
We hear disst iA'ctio'n *c1primsA by
some that have tried it. And wy I
\Vo conjecture that in our warning to
each planter to improve his soed, and
to guard against Its detorlovatlob, we
have suggested a reason for their dis
satisfaction. The seed most likely
was not selected seed, if got from Dix
on himself, and we are cortain, it was
not select-d sotl, if gottol, at second
hand, in this State, for there Is a proi
verbial and disgraceful slovenliness,
caught from the negroo, and apparent
ly incurable,'In South Ourolina, with
regard to everything of the kind. If
it be remembered that the varieties of
several fruits, are known to be butim.
provements upon one original variety
ulie to carei(l cullivation, this sugges
tion of ours will have its weight.
We publhieod, in this paper a fort.
night ago, an account of the 1ooler
Cotton, which sells for forty-fivo cents,
when ours brings t wenty-five. It il a
Louiisiana variety but three years old,
accidlont. ly observed by a Mr. Peel in a
few stailks, the soods of which lhe took
pains to pr1eerve, and this yoal'plIank
ed his whole p)lantation with the va
riety, wvith, the gratifying result of
sellig his crop at forty-eight cents h
The Rohiols Cetton is another very
prolitic tiety in great demand in
Georgia, where it was introduced and
perhaips discovered by the Hlonorablo
Echolsa, ox-member of Congress.
We see it stated in the atiarleston~
Mercury, that a bale of the ZippoMai
or '/oporah variety, which has been
cultivated with wonderful success at
Aikon in,this State, and which we
have seen and siispoet to beo identoaf
withu the Echiols cotton, sold, last week,
in Now York, for one hundred and
eIghty dollars. Think of getting one
hundred and eighty, instead of ninety
dollars, for each bale of' eotton, #yd
you w~ill begin to perceive that we
are calling attention to a most impor..
las any one ever attempted tf in
troduce into Fairfield District the
Egyptian Cotton ? It sells readily at
sixty cents. Have they ever tied- to
introduce the Flortda cc,ttoni ? It
sells at from furty to- slaty den and
ias almost drisen t$d SkaTIlan oot
ton to the wvall, by 'bringing dQwn its
price s'o low, that though .It oa5006 be
equalled In quality -of sta'plo, it Is
hardly pronitable to plant it.
It must not be taken for grst od 1o.
forehand, that this climato wfl,1.get
suit tliese last-two. varietIes. . Rioe is
native to India, 'yet Carollhea tldot
better, and Indeed thfe best IVtt~
world, and if our rgadoer 4Niqgt fo
Itamsey''s Iistory of South Sarp ha
they will-And ont that rico was tr.
ruhcestor of the editorf th pap
rLandgrafo Thowae, ih,tlpia4g
ad, qa.an e.*perin*ent*e some-adg siq
iiven.hlas by the.OaptaI,d 0?a av.s
n hi. ho6 I1, Charleston.-.8 'Ilorida
>r EJgyptiancebtte,i mtptey hoog4
[t Is worth the.tWai.
~John l1cIKons1'o,?E.g., of Columbia
l'as beens nominated fora M$wlab *a.
r e auoch intere
In we print below n
IN ovullxpresses his eO
viotion t t.Oe"Se9gision nevolution
inangurated by- the the election of
Abrahamn Lincoln will avenuate, in
el, 1 tile staviolituenit o an 1n:
pondent SoIqet4lopublie' Evbnts
have soomod to us to be taking that
dirgotjon,evor, siknep -t)io. -rj i. by7
And rew'Johnson, aud'.tirou'gh "himn by
torin of oapAtulatin. A nd the 14i
dcoey can only Lo celotid by the
election of8herni:an as the next Presi
-dent after Grout or Seyinoiur Upon
those terms as his IlutI'orn, by -an
Wes'hohingNorthern Vote. The
tMdtIC.df t'ole South h1s been cru
o'lly '%1161 44th-, and is now totally
destroyed, 'and 'it -is no light matter
for any governmeint to have poria
nointly alienaIIed the 11ffections of such
a peoplo e o'ur. in such a country aH
the Southern States. We-ure bepon
ing more than-evo'r t dist(+1ot qYW4Pil,
wi tIl a Aistinct hfory 111A 'istiiYt
fdclings.. The presono of th'6 negy-oo
amongst us, b<iiiiging with it all the
annoyances or ovorlast-ifg iurUtnical
intormeddling with olur domestic poli.
cy and private butincies, first miado us
distinot, and low that lie has boon sot
freo till keeps us distinut, and M
*IOWtblto 068 fim t1a 1o'ti in dueo
et*no Nort1hor hrisalial self-right
ootaToss cannot scO thii, and many
Southern men, looking simply to the
overwhelming blaunders of Jefforson
Davis's atWidl wlt1stSuiency and be
sotted obstinancy, and to Ith dtAnt of
our armins sprii.ging therefroi, do d-ot
believe it. . Others longing for Pace,
and iocing the angry clouds of the fu
turoe tTU" O't t4f l lightning,
and big with fearfuli woe, s'hut the*r
eyes,and saying vainly to themselves,
there cannot be another storm aifter
what wo have suffered, will nvt be
lieve it. But:tho North, When: tri
umphantj has rend itself 111ltifess to
liberty and unworthy -of the South
ttath both iijut mA lntes, and the
day o'f.rotributiun and d-ellfurance
will surely coumo. We are now at
work repairing ont- fortunes nid .li
b6rin;r for that wdalth sure to como to
us, and hih 16 Lundition of indo
pondonce. This is plainly our pres
ont duty" and policy. Let us do it
faithfully. Then no matter whether
Grantor Soymour provo inofficient,to
give faithfuhildss t t. ratillthess people,
and magnanimity and honor to a
mean people, the fate of, our children
will be in their own haids
We must nako ond remark in clos
ing before letting our impatient read.
ors rand Howell Cobb for thenselvoF.
Thid'spirit of the Southern peopile is. 'I
truly horoln, ad new las it rien
higher thpn withing the last fortnight,
Ghent'espito deceitful auguries of
ra'sconser.vatism and power over
Radicalism for good, dreary ,years:of
lpolitical imptnesga hi rs
peot,pnd the prospoet of relief from
Northern pharisoos and lhypoturitds
hopeless. We hale felt ourelvoes a
tonfold dotornaiationivo~r to surren
der the great principles of libert,y to
the foul demands of Radicalism, but
to r esist to the end, and 1 attle for
tight against might 'forever: 'W
hafve .earcfwlly read ottr dAfin e(
tcnow if *6 ar'o d4y ecoptiori mand we
tell our rondors n'o. 'the 8outh
stands glorious In thd hour of anicipa.
ted and almost derahi dlefeat. Tfhe'1
~great So#tbetft hear ts &f fa,io
Lile t(i w'ators of QOcen *aIed y
thes winds, It ihaves withr'grand and hii'
role felhing,. which. lifts, It up to
hengeon as if h)ovedI by h4sradton'
fft'h li.h f cur enemies were
not doaf, they miighit understanid.
What means this quick, this wide'
spready. this stern 'resolvo '1 Wlhat
niteabs thli.lalni mhJ ,d%tlbal
lo'ok, thrdgh the thklolg luds of the
preendrith unteliking-faith1 to. the
fmutu'e. IQ inean.,-,e . righ., of th.
. Batesa intended by the Uonstitutio,,
weMrse onl.y peace, and we will hyge
'thetn the enufao gf our slpaves
(5A n'e~* i o be~ i ve of the
*wat the;doyu yoji,,a ue as mes
rostoringp~ee snd hesl hthyimrnej l
As a s~a)sdm Vio men aur9 of
8oulhmitie aF an qmi f.e,'N th
ern people were earnest In their tlani1tai1
8St9m the UtIIIW, aCt9 oulh1jeut hpaoga.,g
ie) tla 1pWldfeV inadh hy.seor ~
aside ofb Nort6e' tiolhibr; hader's th
sampbesser, agaUei.aforeign engatm . .li .
W9i ihSMa4fP ?she "
KWtm 1 )o tea&~ttt. leathig,ehoa a
of fkdom. Catl,yu are not so bi
1 P h O t t o h a * 4 t th 9 6I s l .
"Altrtax QN:Test4 s TRICD."
'l e Y. 0/altie Advo4 , closing 1
noticIwitlt uiOoabo o ho of the kill
ing t'9110 . R dop a l9i feur.
fiul ti histo 0'6 d i'a of
writihg by the unlihpp., i "i ISo-t -
Knowingly, wo will deferid snollting . rong
by the .Souh, much les- lie tlinthwfal act of
a few unknown persons. Nor does such
yout I receiyuindorl -ntny "t he squt l')
any 1ire hm similar conduct, in a differ
qnt locolity wppdrecelve tAO sqpction cf
*leNorth. : 'e t-re "unaliyi 'and some
of our- people.1no ''iinisgsailed," as are ill
11o(1ple who Iake or provoke lhe sword. Had
11i- ieelbe' f th'o ilIh'Crolin, CoptoK
ceO of fhe MNK liodis 'Episcopal b161irohi
acdn i gle in the way of sialvaiont
rnther thann)0.ti leiht Ier in p:ty' p6jitidg,
I It e 84s1 It woulI ll IvIe hVq: anvm bete or oiff, I he
erenchuer nlive, 11nd11 the eimr of the Afdom.
mioIo saueth ina afer 't) &y ,,f Ii.
Sonik. While we hetilve' til all #4ch ;on'
'hinet tow!Ird.4 ally sifh p.rtoi meris a full
Ie'DiP;,l4i', of repi-lh li., IIIIel rhile the Cir.
eno1 1cem of' lle 4l61ea of tie .'filnis erl'
sukeI it I,ru1ly ti foI tuint u for inoent. ones
--if' Ihe --idoc,,i' ill Dill>w atasy 1'' i u le
niiet-i. -yet i i 1111oamost certl1:itt, 'l1h11 if
to- a fe'it un on i .ejacttr ff 'th1'C 'ljpel brial
.11a1her41ed to his 17oik of sAviig s6ls, le
wolild h1ave been livintg i and <doing 1,ooi in
daY. The 110lif tici al. rialieur Holmn the ''min
imvi," w i kinated, sntl lie ministeriol
nII)iII'161ix feIil Il:w.
Tei's rimnrk- im 1v no reflection on tie
color f mr.-l. of,n I lie coiople.ioni of' his
lt'li-i , nlor even o hsi' '4a1-ilmi As a *Ise
legislator As it *inhaisie. Ih',o eqrvd
wn.ia in i wrmiog plaje: wiuketd men f6mod
hilo flie e :IaId h1ew Iinll. lie must n11Ccont1,
for [lae place. Iis Iayere frPh ths.e manner ot
hic dea h.
il or Goon) Onst.-.1 'riendf asked un
Vio following qiestion yesterday i -1+o
you really think Heymone and Ilair 8idnd
alay 0chi1nce of election ?" Wo ansiwer,
seriously, we (4. W believe 1tha11 they
will cni'ay Ole followiig States, if ltue
Col S 'lva tives of' tle S111 luheri States nilned
will do I thoir tylY v, ip: Alabama,. Arkan
s:%s, (alifortin, Conieci icul, Deleware,
Gemogin, lildiani. Kentucky. Louisiann,
larylanMid, Missoutri, Nevada, New Jersey,
New Yorik, Noith Cairolhn, Oregon, Penn.
,sylNania and West Virginia.
Th(i( give a tolal eleolornd volo of one
Iniiihdre ano seventy onie, or twentfy.Ilree
Mto' a nii h ii lunt tim.joriy. If we esrly
llItnols, \hicli w' think highly probable,
it will give Its sixteenl mo10re votes, or a total
of one Iundred and eighty seven electoral
We see no cati e 'ift' potidency. It is
out inest convibtO6 tIhat 141e Northsern
D)eaimnoats Are now mo-e Aetebluined aud
amot'e vigorolt thanI they tVero previous 10
the electionik in Noveiiiber.
Thove pAi,ers ond speakers whd 're di
cour-agi%g uta' people by their overifislns
crmiking's about disaster ought to be 'dou
siderate aiougha to keep their gr6wIig; to
I hemselvei. They hiavo to right to doter
oi ltes Iont lie perl'ormance of a duty they
dreI now I r-ying it slir'k themselves.
Wo reptat, ive do fe1 Iopliful. pIaIY, 11a1
guine of (lie result.- li'i/miay1o) S(4r.
FHAMt'mS -By ie Most Sipdlidous f -auds
le railicals succeded int Pennsylviii4; by
it sMaill til joihy, The eldcilon rettirns froth
Phibisah'l ph'altYord 6iiost conclusive bvidence
f ite o,lottization of radio il voters in thait
-ity from mdjoining Siiaea. Take, for iii.
Vancee, fite nggiegale vote for State Audi,
1wr, which amo.unts Io 118,771. Thi. vote
is laiiger, by .1,522, limit annj voil ever c.st
in New Y-lrk city There is no doubt that
it was la'gely swelled by Now Yor.k voters.
Again, tihe Rllicals shoO n gaitt of 9,892
votes in 1hi llell lia over their vote of
l8i7, at gin of 2.)01e cet. The Demo.
ersauts guaned 15' por' Cant oa their 'voto of
18(U7, O'hii filet shows concflluslvely tht
Ilae Rla'dcal gAan did nuof, cotme fromt the
Th'uu, .by flue hls'p of' coenotggers fronm
neighalporang Slates, the Jatcobin party, by a
close vole, oarr'ied the ltreo St'ates of lidi.
ann, O)fuo amnd P'eunylvania. in llhe October
lelions. in thme Pre.sidenltial ollection fthese
care-bagger's will be neededt at home11.
MIilt mini..io uot 'smtotu ANi BLA.it,-A
cucresond(ent wuitinug to thse Baltimnore
Axc/uenqv, put Maruyl'mnd diownt for Seymotutt
itaud Ilia is' lby 40,000 majority, and sioys
Weo wrilo mua'rely to fell you in a few words
of alle enthutajsinm nOw pervadIng t he Stale
d'apital fund AllJiinai contry f01' the
de'miocrdtuic tco'nsbrvativ,e candildates. Ilon.
lTorat io 8cy'nour 'n ed General P. P. Blair.
Meotinag?s are laeing hteldi reglat, and fhe
ba al will be kept. lsteadily In motion'until
afteru the P1rosionfialI election.
Thle I(on. Win. .Pinitney Whlyte, present
United Sta'les Sonator firom Mairylaned,
addltressed the democrats anid consiorvtlives
at Annapolis on WVednesdlay evening, fthe
2 lst, and made one of the mtan poggg'fl
Stumpj speechles it huas over been our1 good
fort uano to lisIo 01o9, dloqusent, humorous and
carrying' con'tict itm-to-every hearer.
I weukd .,ppear by our Niew Orlean's'die
patohues thaat thle naegroes in the so-palled
r*egislafture of L,ouisi,ana are playing the
samec game on the white members I hat flue
whuites of Georgia played on thenegr'o mem
bore at. Autnf a-turning them ouiP;- Bo.day
by day ii becomes more and more evId-ntI
uhuat theo question in thae Soth I one. of I
raeos. A few years, or ,perhaps mlonths,
wvill brush away all Ihe rubtbishiof popthla,
try withI which, political. gas baegs:e Ianae
. Aoyua 0oot.-John R- McGowan, a
yoting matn, Comunltedl suicide yesterday at
lie lomb of a young lady to 3rknm hze had(
been atfeached, in flue .Washingldiq'emdel-'y
y chootiag' himself lq the~ head 'swith a pie.
ol,. T'he ball penetfrated from th.oaright 46
he left, temple. lie *ase conv'eyede to. the
Jalirit!llo*pital, and- died Ihere' about-7 u
>'clook.ll teno s engnged to be married to i
b yoluug lady Wko;died abdut a - yeaFago,
mad h1om tiIs,gwIiefhe'n,ybr' tuEo6o*. MaIt
apanof~ the Star of the Wesat Oresoent
on6e hundredani hyo eh n -
is name as a candidato fok thb9 'Mh6
ralty of Columbias
--n --, ouuI tkoftn 110spectg
'Dal 'ho od, .o at Id tiat
nuot uot itour.: 'lie is ood ai
' anIu s Je o cunrre'
of th'1 8 Voler n. It.Must re ceh its ell.
max. Oranit liimself wilt endeavor to stily
it, but ie, too, will be swept away. We
have seen war, bloodshod, partial despo.
husm. We ae now seeing license in the
Wini'67TlWrty. Thoie*t step itiarehf
apd a renowni of hostilit ios, w4ich %viki
"Ait, General, Yh6 'san'o thing was said 1i
. %Stit *4s, CaPtaitt - lonAt, 19 lion; was
nt itt-. . Etiuppote Grant PresltIt-nd
my privale opinion is ial. ie will bm eleel
ed---td what will bo I lie re,41ul. ( Unngro-1
will be colitpellt. , ad pui me 1,,ure1 Alt. I lie
SoIthlernl Sinlies. sitilitir to 11i,st rittopl.d it,
Tes.-ev ; For uiiles .it t he tutu ' ilie
8),1t It a e all are10 isj c it 4i t 0 it
pot *ilt o' makrtuj isalie ,ee i., let- t''I e
Jowl .ensf mo erin arn wre if) ,desiroy e
Ituadical jotry. Give inythi like ir. u
d11m1 oft !jtt'eel anld of nitt'ion an I we willI nt)
only kill IIe pty(, s hee, blt. :i,b.,al t,y file
Northern Doieof-raey, we will kill it At. I te
Norlth. lt d 11iilien Ii-ndest kiow thi..
and self preservallon will mompel them to
nil-pi h1artd menisllrCis f,10r t.'e Xmith. )4s.
potitm here will etilnially reciiupulo ll.e
Northt. one-lfi of mhis #,imiory eunimt
lunig een1iti 11'ret u Lil'! t li h i(i4i1-loulf is ill
aslate jyn vIIn1t:g-. ih.-. IIhe Norilhern!
peopl ie o iadu ii" FeMe lie me tlyrriten
whihol we art nlow feelitg. iItero will w it
revolt1ion ILt lie Nth, iod it. Is merely a
miller of iimo for its wecicnoi:ci'. itveu.
ionl I ie Noril iIItkus Its arkiirts. tnld
Oie Rntdiull patty will ntot. (mly hie extermi
'innlel, but tile 8.ihlt'"--here iho General
''It,A thl 'Sotih ?" 1 q teiesi.
* Will to an ittnpendent. republo." Antd
t'ier a slort pase he went oi n -.-I timy t
live io seu the dity, bit yout tma1y. Jell'. DOL
vim tIIly said tlint although our catuse was
last, tlf principtehir 'Wyhicit we' fouighi ciln
never tire. -If 161011A-soi; 1-mitbsels liill pre.
vaitledti Ft'er I Imiivur eMtid, wo Wot1h4l hiid
h fd a lasiig Uion, bitt otX great idem ,.'
repti 11h10n goyer4nme Vi11tul'h 't 'rim -ilt.
Cdt in thl enod. E.xtreilsits have prevailed
aid will com.tinu to pirtvail for soie yesilS
to come. Cnitlitl, We holve a long anil
tIreary peospect heAre ts : bit( I ilievo
fiings Will collie right fteir Ill. But When
Actdmit voties ogtin I liee will bo t wo gov
binitcntis itsieadi of onc i,ili i lir- ('Iltt to
I&evcit ihe pi.-si'b:o chlnee ol' it S'tilhern
Conlfredurty $he No hlirit Itnilietils %lto ho
Rotlig its to tiake ote itovitablo."
"Bll. Generi, do you tot itlink that it'
thle rnlilicial.4 11INtempt1II go 1,1rither Grant will
itO his infliceo ngainst I theml atnd cIll
['pon the Dmoerncy (d nid him'?"
"No ; I don't believe ihat rnthat. s i?qapy
great Topiil ily. If lien Vlds had 1l'-t
t le ugltlidAte rul. I lie lriesideniy, ie lyouhi
hot have he'deivaeo V6 less thanl Grat
will. I l'pet 1 itt. ite progress of this ite.
,olutlon onatol be checked I hurried onl Iby
rmy partlioultir inan. (o'il knows I sinere,
ly wish that lho prospect wa1s brightler, but
o mne al leiist it is very dark."---Cor . .
'1 o the 0'itiEena of South Oarolina;
FEL.LOW CIT-RtNM : The 'iiietroTis e4m.
tit4ittis mad114o to' I him )epl-11n01tie of' nrntde
ind nuitiges, committedi by wicked anud in.
coniielterale persosi, exciled by inliense pi
y leelitg, mndIe it my dtty to ismuo ithe lite
rolaltimll .n1. c.l-iing t1upitt all gom,i .1d
ile mtel, wiithot r-pect to I-olticial pr-eil
lections, o uittle i a determtoittus to dis
,omntenancen stm d'nsift nlta. l.!wlesQsne.ii mnid
Lioloneo, nild in Jit olAw. Io recover. 1141
tinlinl fi le goo.d t1me:1 iltit has r lettoftore
bqen lie heritage ai' Mhe pride or mo' ho
koveld tl It0 ' ist now Imy) p1h1sing oh'y to
,!ongenmiuhtio y..ti upon Ohe benelloial reatulim
Ata thave Onsied from Ilie amnlirahte antil
mell-liltielI Itt'driss i' en. I1itbi i a id
lhe E'ectilive Cotimittee to h'10 I )e itratI
parly' In holiest and14 impvrevivve t-il";Ih%
st:ve citiled oin the teople l4 sut phol IIl'.
laws, to preser-vo I te peace, atd to doun01itie
hose crims." which ha1tve so reccttly beet
'l'osee in Itriotic coun rsesI,anotti0 fasilI of hav-i'
ing a widte nnd whonleitte inifl'eice hi metd
irtotg thie ve'hemnc' of' feetitng of Ihto,
lo whtomi lhey ste authIos'ittively nddtressed,
white thsey hsave' quieted Ithe spprehesnslians
snd cOoilite.d the respeel and good ill of
lhirk polticasl ippttnenis. I'This is ers'aintly
jis causte for contgrtlasito to ever'y
well-wisher of Ilhe 8'auto, and if give-s mest
.ttfeignetI plpteasure to neknotwlegre ii, an,1
it earntestly itnvoko the e'b':ngsim a oftsu
ivery mtembet.r of theo Jiepiublican paty) in
reciprocating, Io lto fullest extnt lthe pa.
lfio polley sto n dttirnly incuilcatetd lsy Ithe
riting diisensslons bM aioidedI, nntd isp
~enla bit 1ado 1o the~ intelligentce aid' ren
tots, nndtc not Io the font'rat' passIons, of the.
somtmuntlly. Dillfer'as w ny itr political
se ',titnentls, it is thle..jtto iike at' witidet
fntrl''i tisf for n'i'sll tto nyil to, ansd on'
li in, use el'tioy of Vnuhee't~t'd 'di'es for'
politicasl evIls, neiddil or suIpfosed- Li
'b'ear antI f'orhlone" be our' maiximl, andi so
shtall Ihe peiace, prospr'it, nttd hSonort of' our
iloved Slate Ite maintatited ansd pe'rptusl
si, notd her' time-hlsnared e.sculchon's ii Ibt
vrek 09ed, tnaitied arid tfu'ttlted, in all
'is o tgitat pfttif~ frid ltft to.
ROWfisiT K Sf'OTT,
* * *Governor.
- '?lle life~ inhi~ltahlds out 1o busrn,
Th's fiteit sinnto' may returnt."
)A.-Theo steamer Aliask; arrtiv'ed at. New
ktork, on theo20th it., -brintgintg .lsManita
Ilates lo Ithe 20th tilt., andit .M29,000 in Lsron
n.o from California.- Genteral. WVarre'n,
litialor to Ontutomala, is o.ng (Ihe passon
Twot small vosgets lden witls attI1s evad.
id The vigllonce or' the Panamta natliorltlos
nd-eessped to Los Santos I it idi the reovo.
\tionistb there. '' Two' men ownting lim
)data ecaped arr'est by Iaking refuge on
ho stealtter Nevada,. sihough~ soldiers were
etu to thle vessel for llte intrspose of appre.
ad"be"i IMpt'odeg as, a9hhters t o join (Gte
xpedillon'to put., lewr G1n rebellion it Clii.
tiqut, wisloht expeilli sinil'd w;tl, *'e
fu QOrreoso as,oomsantder, .
Val1payalso d.ites,o 10.cipher 3I sfato tha'
7914uL iJpmnago.had JAsen eonsiotted thtf%ifgh
ut Chill t,y 'heavy raIns. F'orty peradnia
!erO cdrevned in I be evollon'riverg,,and~ the
t'PPs.I, Ihe;sota6hertpro1Viaoes'have beoot
.8ette FIeoro0?halt,'arted 'f'th Ebbad(os.
ebompl.t. W joIMA reaygt pEAc'e WhIt
in. Ecuador and Pftttiehpoi. MfGee04.
r4's.pi&a of arbipAIon ; but Chill favot's
iaendn Pt0recommended by'
rance and EngIeud
AleOI) 1ed&'dtunwp,ei birdi(6,dnO theo
LerjjaSJ##ag9 i %111* I
Winusboro Uotton Market.
WINNanoa1o, November 3.-Sales
during the past week were 624 bales a
Billfor lujguotion apd Roli f- .
The State Fonatorship.
It is pretty gon4ra) pto
their votes to-da'y for . ho Vas ,c
JE"s q., for StntC Senh!tor from Fairfi-AJ
lgo'%ble~-Pa*i- A lo-K
NO havo k"pp hyoator41yhl
J);e- tts .1y .10
triec th is ma(nure in 1,sathe
prefred.it to Vvruvian. See, udvor
tisom'en t of J. N Robsen
' le State Constable, John B ltub.
biard; yeforday arrived in Whnn
boko with a Ysse ofiiln" e:el,l aIti
arrest6d aid c.arried to Colmmbia',
Adolliuis 1. Mllir,. a itizetlof th4
Place, on suspicion of having aidedi
Sa8 esepo of Sam1uel Murtisaw and1
Yiml. Fitmeruld, dhat'rgd 'vit t,lho
hiurd'er b't oo Nonue, of Nobory.
Mr. Adolphys Miller arrestod ps,aq.
dessory after the fact to theo killing of
Lc Nau, i up before his" lloipO'
Judge J.. A. Rut.and; ol Sa Atir<I y;
Apon a wriC of labca corpl),, 014 .ro
ibused upon giving bail- for his fututi
dppcarance to the aNiodunt of $100.
By exhiining tlt mou-thly r6pot
Of the Mt. Zion It'1stitute, it will'be
soen, that one of Y pupil*, for, the'
frst time this year, hu6 iacked tlp
Aiaximum Miik n-i Ve0ry study. Velt
' Tho Little Corporal," -
Im the title of a lively mntl ly mnig.,
azinp for boys and girls, published -by
Alfred L. Sewell, Clicgo, Ill. $4b-'
eriptioi pried, $1.00 only. -Likeali
the monthly9 now 'publielA -, hand,1:
some premihis tir promised by.ie
4ditors to.suech s get Ci u at;b
cribers, and remit tho i4on6y.
Tne Oarolii Fan't;
A monthly magazine;. publiaed a
Wililinl!ton, North C?.*olhi'.W-b
H. Inard, Editor and.Proprietor.
Annual subsuription, $2. .I
The initial number of this tuontll
is,beautifullypritInta4, i abondsin
interesting matter to eVery Southern
Large Sweet Potatoesc
Mr. R. J Gladney has laid on out
'able.somo of the fiaeot.sweet potWtos
o hanve ever seae. , Th, iurge
weighing six pounds and a qtiartc;
air. 0. wIll r.tdepts dui- thanks.
Rioh Readina: I
, The Plhrenological Journal for,Na..
vomuber, Oontains p6rtrauit&a,dtIbd5
gra phial sket ches ofiax ' hiuWi'r, ti
phlilologieal achgolar atid,autborg Jsa,e
Taylor,.thceominenst wriloer,on. Cti,~p
tian ethies ; 8chillery Chamise o, -Gel.
Poets ; Iabella the lte o'Quden'f 1
Spain ; Mrs., T1. MoGuth -'. fedra,
aid ; Gonnod theo authoi of c Faust"
biesides lively and instruotivo article,'
ad sketches on the -antiquity of setdrr;'
the play-of Machoth iis'nanimmor.f
tal ? Gottiag Rich ;. the *Gdrrmd
Murderess, Biaoss Ebergonyl, or'
Culture' and Crinme ; the Crisis Int hora
life .;. EmnerAon on the eye; Peeream
Lion vsva~tim\ilation ; Tobacco san
B3ald-knads .; algood juadge of--Chara'
ter ; the Now Englands FIisheries -
May -Twins Marry 1- An . excellent'
unumber. 'fTerms $B-a y'ear.> ,Address'
9. R. Wells, 389 Broad way, N. Y.
TJ RENTE :
if WILL rent on Ih'e 19t1io tt thlidITh T
9O o'olook, A.. M., all the landsh~1~s
~o the F<ulat9 of II.. A. Glenn,qoa:
nov4- t1x2 D. L.O .d
[A VNOnarly exhausted our fliat aad
'Vfland Winter Goods
4d hre ahost daily receiving fresha addl
tions to 9aIr stok, 9oI atZp1
Obinaties b .:
de h Ytan '''"
u o sher.-Wht haAdhe C*b f1ama Sw
No I [on.
BI R. ED, it e 111i1lgfe pt M.
iuinnant, ,Va; 0a foTa Co1 of
Fiirfield strict, blige, ! .
VUMp [o us F ItIENDS.
Paoutssa-Co 6ussailed to t he Amer
.ioan o.gsL in,Aifott h,ns;agip,ntd
irst landed upon the island of St. Domin
go. Last week a veiiel'.from 1t, p6tiingo
unloaded in New Yor' oyer four hundred
tons of t. C.oli n i Y). Yi. 'rake &
Qoj,'of that oily. This is bu a few weeks'
silliply of this artiolo, which those gentle
men use in the minufittaure ortho-'oelebra.
Ied I'iANTAT104 ITTF.its. We are inforinol
ley n 'xcliino *ilnt biessua Irake A !Z.)
have pot t.idverl isod ni dolir 'r a yernr,. but
ahai lh salhes 4f tI or'0tio conthuia at
thormer enn'sfiji. In e'864, gli'.
receip1s ol' tie PI.NA0' Io, liT-rklus woro
.0a9 Io ihose of the New 46rk ' Now fia-.
velifn i 6 .
MAOo114 WATsu.-Superior to the best
imipurted (lerinnn Cologn, and ld at ialf
the rice.. 6-tx) w
t lie Orlee. 0,0ct 264)
Trbute of Respect.
At a meetling of tie Buffalo Deniocidlo
Club the following prennbe and resolutions
wro mlopttd :
Wnrn,As, Onl the 7th August, nlitno, de
)tred this lire, UHAtLM1 11t00N, Sr.,
who was lin honorable and[ useful citizen, a
worthy and true pit!-ot. At hlie organiza
tion of (his Club, altihilligh untnble on no
count of physical inability to atibnd in per
son ic requested hin name enrolled on the
ist 'Of the 13emororntic Club.
Retoived. Thai this bdIly deeply lamneilt
lhe loss of ov.r Worthy inenber, Charies
Broom, nnd thma png'e o,f the minule book
be dedieAN to Its 1eon011y
Resolred, i'it h copy of fihe above reso
lutions he piblshed in the Distript papers.
W. IV. EN'11MINGEMR, See.
NOTICE TO P6A NTER18,
SOLUBLE PACIFIC. GUANO.
I ilE3highly sa isfaclory nid remarkab)e
effecimofthlis GUANO in pjodlcing
ery langely inerensed crope, 4r Cotion,
.orn and otheir staple crops, ins Altraco1
lie general atention of planters and. fiarn
irs. In order to confimn public confidence
n the continued exellence of this diunuo
ad avail of the best scientific nbility in
lie propecition of this imporiant business,
he Pacific (ano Company inns consuimnat
d professional engagermnt with Dr. St.
huliotn 114venel of Charleaton, 8. C., as
olet ifia adviser and convOlhg Chpmist, to
he 'ompany, Dr. Ravehel is comersant
whh tho conposilton and qulities or the
Jumno, as well as with the cliraeter, .olnoy
knd uY%usQal resomrea of ine Pmoiflo lun no
)ompn and will conmunjoiato full infor
inatlon on these points to planters who iiny
all oni hin or address him at Charlestoti,
; C; JNO. 8. RKESE & CO.,
6iibral Agents, Pacifio Q.unno Comptany,
. J. N. 11011SON,
kient I S-mith Clrolina, Charleston, S. C.
[OOTS and .8hoes. (N. C. make) fiats,
UP Caps, Mitcking (Moison's) Blacking
Brushes, Coffee Millm, Coffee Polo, '"eil
11o, (fancy)l3uckets, Wash Pans,
Tin Plates, Striners, Oraters,
Cup,, ''able Salt, Spoons,
tucked A, 3A'okfrell, Ghf.1.4V, icnkers, Snaps,
(all kindis) Suda, Stasoch, Candlen
Blnck Pepper. Ginger, Allspico,
-itnnmon, Cloves, Nut. Aegs,
- Powder, Sinol, thaps, Pis
tols, Pickles, Sair
tiiIns, Almonds, Peeann Nuts, IBrinsil Nuts
Bai~sls Walnuts, Chefring'and 8mok
init TbSaoco, Segars.. Shoe Thread,
Tineks, Yankey. INu'i'ong, AS.
Just, ceceived by
JtIIlN McOITilU$ CO0.
Ditrect Steam C'om:snicanteion be
tween Char,IeSten amuk Liver
HiiRiiiST 1ON andi I iver ol Seamslip
Li ne, eomposed df the tirsd Class Treni
Iteamners GoldetiH[lt, 118 tons, IJg C,
lm;bocth,,Commapnder Mrei on
Botphorus,, 950 tons, J urel Cm
Mnr'nora, Mio toha, F. Mnuell, Corn
Days of sailing t-ornbCharlestoht 1st, tnd
Oth .ot each:m9nth, as foflowni:
Miolden h(ern, .-..15th N9ven r.
Blosplhoruu, - . Dee r
Martpora. - - 15ih DecemnbL.
Arrahgeindnt having been' fmid6 tnih
he 8eurh Caroh'na aind 01one Railrtoad Cotts
ates fo,r the~ pJrus)rcalig9ef rQpR
reight, .tjp pera of, Olon ,e ,i*l..
foramny rely on tle utmdst is al.
Collon coznsigned to the undersIgne'd fot
hipmnet-by this lieill be fot'war'ded tree
'f omtsissiond' aslual dkpeifses trnly 4dtltI~
. OMRT MURS~ & CO,Age~nt
Wam' bergph psht of S s
ilinereasne ylI6~pr f.u N*opr
on uinould plant atfaqW' bf Whe4t withmout
' . .-Qt