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THE FAIRFIED HERALD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Wodnesday Morning, Deo. 9, 1868.
Desportes, Williams & Co., Props
The Governor's Message,
In to-day's issue we lay this
documont before our readers. We
will now briefly comment upon its
We were somewhat disappointed ni
the tono and tenmer of th mossnge.
Wo had been IeL to expect a conserva
tivo production. The messago was
actually irritating and inflammatory
It passes over ofattors usually treated
of at length in a message with alnot
a mero tpontion ; but enters con amor
into the details of violence by t/(
oltizons of the State and other mattors
distasteful to the Radical party.
Why dwell upon the. death of Mar
tin and Randolph, when the State is
full of wurders, thofts and incendiary
aots, committed by radical nogrocs 1
Why threaten the decent whites with
a negro armed force ? Why repro.
duco the lie of there being an airmod
and uniformed Kt-Klux Klan irn
South Carolina I We do not deny
that for their protection mnd de/ence, th<
whites are armod, well armed ; but
the on)) "secret political organiza.
tions" m the State tire tho Loyal
The onslaught upon the Bank o1
the State, and those who are party de.
fendants In the suit is peculiarly un.
dignified ; and has boon well replied
to by Messrs. Hayne and Campbell.
The slur and slander upon Col. D
Wyatt Aiken is mean, cowardly and un
dqno#ed ; especially in one who, by
law, has the pardoning power, and
thorefore ought never to express hie
opiior, upon the merits of any cas<
that may possibly como before him
We think however, that Col. Aikov
can survive being spoken of as "t
somowhat prominent individual," in v
document which culogizes the "la
We will not trust ourselves furthe
upon this subject ; but will conclud(
with assuring Gov. Scott, that suc1
messages are not ealculated to pro
duce in our State, harmony, good or
dor, and a respect for the powers tha
be. The old substantial citizens o
the State are desirons of even an cx
ouse to support his administration
and we should think that a Governol
who disclaims being a carpot-bagge1
ought not designedly to repell thi
class, even to receive the plaudits o
the party to which lie belongs. lV
want peace. Lot us have peace.
Laisses Nons ra're.
WVhen Colbert, the great mninistei
of finance, asked a deputation of th<
mercbants of France what they desir
ed him to do for them, they replied
"Sire, lot us alone." It is undoubted
ly the crowning glory of true eban:ity
advisedly to let thme friends we love
alone, for it necessitates an af'ection.
ate solicitude unalloyed by a single
emotion of selfishness. 'che desire te
meddle with or control, even for the
good of the individual loved, is boti:
shortesighted and foolish-the niarhi
of a mind narrow, unexpanded and ii.
.liberal--and most frequently indi
cates a wvant of faith in tihe wisdom
and beneolence of our Creator, who
knoweth our frame and remnemboroth
that we are but dust, and who has so
ordained, in righateousness and good
ness, the2 works of nature and the
course of Providence, that the patri
arch Job had reason to exclaim
" Who teaeheth like Him 1,' It is
true, that in a mult itude of counsellors
there Is wisdom, for they, looking up
on a subject disinterestedly and calnm
lys see the tendency of an action at
the first superficial glanco, and recall
an anxious mind fromi far-fetced and
fanciful speculations in wandering
miatos lost. Bunt the wise counsellor
will nover attempt to do more than
simply give information, point to
truth, lay bare facts, bring the mind
faten to face with reality, and then lot
alone, let alone, let alone, oh 1 friends,
then, and forever, lot alone I Why,
with (consous or unconscious) moer.
bid vanity and obtrusive egotism, do
*lre to p hb forward~ self 1 Do you
Inmagine that your anxiet-y, restless
nes and unhappiness, Is affection ?
daaroh your deceitful heart, probe it
to tha bottom, andi discover it is most
vnidottvous abifishnesa, Leave those
ibd fn free. IFear unot the storm,
even though you olearly see it will
pin* thefr frail bark to the bottom,
WhoS7ou s.ee. desire spring up to
.ee&w bey4nd your experience, np.
oa I* e oqndless. ocean of iniiujte
oak les Iwe must alli euf'er
s wrok inabe tossed, disoiafstisd
.upoe. the bosom of our
er.rlap y is. he #bce
fearpjt thPe lows that will lift hin
$o aIoa isa e, ph ph
and apto b uisu ere od. does
114 nToi to 6er1, , Iogl , bug
to liVo and blp, h 11 ne/ld devo
tion. How boautiful the musio of a
fathers voico wheon attuned to full
Aympathy with th9_,paQtSV%hi&
inexperioncod boy I How mildly
beamishid eye of lo'o and pity, when
ie sees his boy's breast heavo and bi
eyes Opelh Awitbh hopes, 't' b ("
gout ! How Swoot''the ovi"ing moMr
smile, as beauty -or 16W
and bloom in tho form or-opirItoft-he
gentle daughter I Fond Ih,ou
cannot love too sincerely.. Romot'.
bor the powor of examplo, jPx1b i
pure sp:rit and an unselfish ambition.
11oprovo, rebukelexhort. AboVd all,
deserve confidence, love unfoignedly,
and let alone.
"To lot aloo," (1008 not impy
abnegation of rightful . authdrity;
Men aro nibro'apt, from their eqVrI
enco of life, to carry this true wisdom
to an extreme which Is positive and
most 'nisohievous 'folly. They, sei
and reflect that impertinent interniod
dling is an infinite source of ovil.
But a good gua)dian is not iutermod
dling, whou he sinldy guards. If not
a fool, a man must see that oven tho
w,scst and strongest take minprosilon
from without, and ifIe does ;6t,b I nei
gativoly and positively, but iost feari
fully and cautiouly, do that which wil)
I mpress and form the nucleus of futiri
independent developmont, why, hii
fondly, foolish and hard -hearted wif4
will, or a narrow-minded parsoi, or A
pragmatical uncle or aunt, or the i1'
lago hot-houso politician, or the IMoc
and lowly retailer of all news, whoa4
ambition is to visit and be woloomo hi
every house, and who is soper/detll
unselfish a charader / There is alwaye
an eneny, who, while yoy slcep, will
iow tares in voua jicld , Watoh
guard, koop off that onomy) and con.
vr.t. hn, or her, or it, to let alone.
Morover, the profoundest writers
and thinkers, advise a very positivq
course with respect to Oui- national
wards. Says Micholet, what a chill
needs, abovo all things, is to bo;"sau.
edfrom its own distraction," to, have it"
attention and will confined ald kept
in some natural channel, that it in, be
free fogrow. Solomon, the prince of
practical philosophers, speaks ,too fre
quoitly and earnestly to need to be
quoted by us. Lord Bacon, next to
Solomon, the most practical of man
kind, advises, that unless there exist
decided genius and native force of
will, parents should select their call.
ings for their children, and educato
them for a purpose. Thiq can be sAid
in favor of so doing; the child thus
hecomes conscious of being a sooial
power, and rejoices as a strong inan to
run his course--freely, for freedom is
power acting under duo control.
We return to this subject, and In
tend, like the rest of mankInd, In
treat ing of it, to stcal from tho tmost
suggestive of books, ,that is, no rom
Smith's Englis'i Grammar, nor Mitoh
ell's Geogra phy,- or CJoliurn's Arith'
metie, invaluable as schoolh-mna4ns in
variably pronounce those erudite
works, bumt fromn-not HuiW Eesays
or Tlonm Paine's ago of., reason,-but
from the Bible. Reader, you have
ears ; indeed, it is quite possible.that
you have a very large pasr of thu-s.
D)o you use them ? Or are thof h&ir
ed with cotton or with wax? WVo
havn't loft the body yet, yoen spo,.lbpt
we are getting a littdo,on..the outside
of it, and high up, to your>ears.-First,
do you work, your ears ? 8dootidly? db
you use your ears ? Inan1ted arO' ydh?
Well, just now turn to Cruto~n'fQ -
cordanco,anid run your finger down that
list of texts. Do it, next Sunday, just
for curiosity. You say,you wish.to-self.
oducate yourself. Well, tbht,'jst dib
it. And more particularly obser#dhow
often you ai-o told of seeifng, ye,t thoy
see not, and ".oegring$ they d,o nt;un
dorstand,'' and hew .freoqment 4the sim
pIe rule, "lIe thatn ha thmeardt Aheat*,
let him her' s 'to and'think
teoitif art the tl k fhf
paren thy stupid tz. . Jt ng
just one of the best plans of selthead
cation we know. ofa Woiould ratbe1
himvo a "hearing ear'" that the BodIX.
can Library. "Ieo thfli hif ~to
hear, let' hin lijer."
Lord Infaikpv to 4ipejItpM
both of those who drink whiskey,an4
those who drink- at. timo founts of
knowledge .(a e moe.ntoxtating
drink) to necepVotalistehteal tths
If they know beftel'th'ttudeso
out of.th~ IfIgti~ di o
Uacon atale r o
key very.of.top 5opoate,and wbisha.t.ey
not to refer. M' ste Bi(bt4 i W6
~.e i se d fuMeof a fee'I o*
says' 8 rongth," 'and
IOl by the Ilus
t to show th
relation of Iws in
st as well, rot
ou 'oertaily as oll 1
s Lord (n. lomon, weconfoss,is c
ctur admiSrotn as a practical philoso. I
Locke arnd P~l~ I 'al.8
oance aid t t 1
RlIe. r-nMAiy t 'O '
nis on ,n
alov y at Lord a ntiti dQih e
9O. I ,Ouct lQA J0.010gant, 4
'nuodern;phildso ebi, pureoislopIl
with your desire. Iistood, then, of a
"H1e that hath ;ars he :r ,LId
li 4idr.f gds' 1p9 *kgil1 wer
ate-ddpablo of obtaininz though li
0 f i ' d t
.oping,m to 'a wonderful- doreo of t
"Wo. hQat oven moro'e than '6- should
thlaC l t IM ehait o
A a Q !a.' ~
oars. to. liston,,witic' and but One
tongiSo to talk'it. 1c
~brl et Jaus ox, sctliar and r
orator a6 he wto; for in tho ovaniligs of t
a 1i11 i er, hti ial o b s wif I ll
'of the greatest*poensi n fivo-lan'
- . t,ol j 1inti, i proof
that ie was'a"schol ar, ot)d, an olegant
ono tod, yok 'coifessed *1h he' had
learnt.tlO r'ater paro o.what b
knew froni the'@eration / f4eb
scholars, $a,eiol , lgrs, tle Po0t, f
gives tho same testimnony. Hun
%red,0howayir, conversed witi'tie
samo scholars as Vox and -Rdgbre,,anxd
yet learnt mTch l.. l p ,'
is a eure ioans of.. learninig thorough.. I
ly. 'If in company WIvth ono iian; di I
take more than. one half oi the con
versation. If' with more than one
man, as a general. rule,Aboar tio
words 'at least' to-16v6ry one yeg speak.
And wionyou bar, 'ite o yO
0i rtAToi Dero16 Onup er
correspohacog 6 of t'ie, Nw VYr Ierld
"Considering all the ohaneet operalin
against the proeperity of a "Cfernia-ba4
government; density of 01pulalion,' 1I6
prico e4 labor, and grievances innuntrablo
-t. ion t naturs ilat. the tide er qqigra o
lion should contitially. flew. Indeed, 'w6t
hear from Mecklenbiirg thrt ts mnay as N#*
hundrOd and fiftlpopll 19A tioi dopsr+ I
lurie for A,nrlea,Il o'pie single s.r a
trains wpre in requliiq to forward- so e
groat .anumber This was two' days ago,
and on prbWious days sinlar numbet's left t
ifeo' tilry.1 A perfect etitigration .fe'wr~
.9xiWs at tho presn1, molont,Ia PomeranDa'
and very.many of the inhabtw6s.*a1t wit4 A
'anxiety to'have' lidingi of 'ihose ig th@l 1I
frtieils and relmlirs40ho have . 91 t4O a
.hemselvesee! t fr the r cilntry'thit.foi '
*oi owtgged. ilIeroi&n'erliu lhe mo104 t
ment la less poruoptibie, but that there la s e
v'aft under-curr'ent oeulId be proved at, Ood rl
by referefhce to the bookie of t1/9 * log t
omfgrgs~on ageni. Thes weekly 'ItlAtigaJes~ I
register published by the.polio.oss&
the autumn months an 'unuo legegs
tiegartures' eoi driai,gde
aqsumeq thait.tis.14i ma great niemr. o
lng to omigration to your- side ofe the Atlan-u
tio." ' - -'' - -'
.0sua4r nt'a ews- i, Byaton
the Washington.ecorrespondeani of ille-Clos
'olnnati Gaset, ..ays
eough )e' M3ked'~ onctterning hi views
of thie p'olitial tuation andi .the kelaqta ~
of parties to efttkethdi1106lIk"teb''pfekisp.
t!is, thW.Gai phpp44.'ll ub-ev *
,vaulve lips a fortnight .nge. jII has tsiktl ti
freoly>'regarding ptolimleai naaftti wlid a
of,course,40t, to rAo,0fthi;s 0oversation 'ii
can be published1 t s ' Uot' tpo'tmutbetesay,
*tth the oee~ 2 ;
affairs and policy, and also tim'orD6ghtfysat.
isfied with the tarnesiness with-whleff he C
etapports the general feat titiAf r w4ildh'n~
-policy. " The gentlira~ 'th'atui~i"~.
w i arJ J~Da I*s nOeI 0 iW
e.n restIts in. thei abolition of th.. Tydoon.
at* and the tedtpoo'f thi' 'advf~g. .t
.bOdWa no*trII.I4 . ii naerity. and
he? been: orownedI Empi'; The Ty'doiHn
hans vtottifd t bs retei4tbsfN40 thiW.
P i ot'tof h*4Wt
9 e o asp.
beeg n s er
g.s~ Vew aom bas
4 n r yt ine
a e dvlp who, i.
a the tea s 11a mer - f
th T ne has n 'ea a
h,i feet 'n o ino
rho has not sometimes come short .of
omplete.success, when by greater dii.
ence and prudence, or by more energy
IeA e* o a nPopa -
w ato,01 'ITr opoece ins
ftiese pu rsuits by 1iiid e f.i
Iw.y)1~1 lVqJI O f evan
nrooJti!4tqNgd rdo.1-f profWa
f..teelIenop in each, and marks ther
Arioda' approileehW'to 0Viejevton, arid
othey wert, angsireJ. analfh, std.
Mtheir falte, it is only'ti Avoi,l 1hem.
1he ,Ian who' ains m:at Chhet1f i a
arfoct stadard,, will' iik6: the, nerelt
spro'Ach to It. . Tfingh fi' my fall 'far
elo tlhb tiiark,'yet, Ii' prilgii14, will,br
pid' his'attabienits 'gOeto l eni 'arind
raied" and dis6ihifd11,4t1 hme ily evenl
pIAt -to the(d fe ' it ained ,o
hit f6r, whlih ho t1 rlaboind
The.sname Irnth applies i11Ait'er& of
Ile heart and lif,-. The4 Whrd 'a aim
ig l't W0orfet tnod(Ar4 ot'' llenee'in
dciAl, Mnoral and religioeis lif,: fol.1Vling
1, tioigh it- mlay 6m $It h dilece di
onraging kii 'th4mslves',Are 'ureitily
laking' the gVeatest,. pprohh to iat
hey setk,-and are daily improving and
lrogressimg in excelenco ndi vitlb. -it
a t Oe that such'a lifr. reqlus 'cOnstant.
jtchfulness, burthIs w1ll son bico
ist' nsreie.lais iai
e'i'giIance;,dfiBeut:aIhd jpaicfdl n't thme
IMtat, hen oliee foned, ylId a com.
Atind Intrinst 6i-their 'tif. The
ormaliin of good habits i like ihe
hlItingof an 'acohln, which, 'in that
arm, id so feele tiqt an infavts -oot
ary orlsh it, but ultimlate.ly b'cminfa ain
ak wlith gisents calnot shck'. A'lfe
iming al perfectiloti V-e08a' !t ain'i '
o nintW duties that are i int.
anget of being ovefloIkeA-. Ittile
ings form Lhe clactr, little 'iratile
erhetteod faithfully nake' great onep
iAny,- aid iake tp n number wiat th0i
ealn to Ilk in importance. Just as all
he daily drilling of troops in time of
leace nables thtelin to face ihe'onr
rithofidence'in'th-davof bittle, j
neEtih ad overd6min'th6 little temp.
aitione and dificulties ihat dA,,, .b'en
anksid,'are- tho'best 6ns'i,of acqiir,
n1g thaeel Virlcconia prHiple thAt will
upport them in tle hour of )(te tist
langer. The little liut#,f W
tone to the higher. Aliet *h6e' hoi'on1
Imspise tie simpler ptobIms of Entlid
uchAsethey seem so engre in 10hei
0sults, cold never- - reah ;the 'hi he'
anthematicF, or make 1ho ft-l.re ing
alculations upon which 'e1 much of
raottcel science depend., o+*e1h6 del
pises the minor virioes atd tutiels "of
fe, which o the'oundation of nearly
11 practical good, can never'aitain to an
xperience 6 the higher.
The man X-bio id scrupulous in honevs
y to a fcLion, and steadily 'teista
very tenptaion to oVerr6lIc it th
nallest matters, #ill g'aduallv iilal
principle so firm, that no 6pp6ttUnity:
owever alluring, couild' ro p niiem*
von tempt him tosamrfico his integllv,
Lfid tlb Mine is true with all. th vir
ls. High aims ard 'contlnt mijeute
ndeavors to fullow up the' Athimdarill of
erfection Iin eVcrfthInU, Are 'thee gr eat
lenta f progresaive ifl)3)roV'ient.' It
true that, tis imnplietA daily' struggle
ud ef1'ott thatinmay eoprlhard to umny.,
f'an-inward lovefr'rexeelleeie ~:md a
tronwll 'to mai is :'d tin' 'frter
rilb ae oa gpeIion
beIr aim, they 'must daily dtrire to liye
prpraetidally toWbhstitheZ hold'flhooretil'
Idlyo" When thaf t*c e' ednsIblum 'mt
n,'duty it :mnrd I?.' dong' 'lidaeg
n't tvryt oftheIr -conidet, their
omnpanmy their Ieddluk thiehacbits' of
nyrkind, in th'ehehlih of th'el l'tIeds,
he impfrovetalebt of thei- finthds, ei the
slllhiment of eVery s441a1 labd 'elf gojas
nct,whiile they"lim"rt A prattd
anding of te, most excellent way;,l)ev,
chat 'aenratel~ istigo 'eAch' psW '1.
bfn hs fast, a th ~ in' . ig-thmIt~t
11 advatices int kn Usdge becoineylt.
II4NDITTI tN ARtaANSAe.-MemfUBi,
rovember -29.4Ihe' Appedth"ecia1
owsArkansanssays athat on thce' 10th
cst.g~ a body of metn, two hundred Attonjr,
own:of Centre Poinmt,1in . Wr Conj.
trested 'All the' Iintite ftIfagobled
hem into sn oew ft04kg "pimg1g ehd
fer them, ani 'theti'p.oeded .' ec
hAtoWt' afster Me lfOiihin* Whic
97qyle ice ii,t aythe oftisenis of
lhe adj,dnmrig country oded. Into town
'ad'a-ussteaeng was hceid to"ekpres
he sentimennt# o.tthb edple r
eR4. RIid casitenqe4 an indiserkni-.
atedire upon thce assmblyrshcootin i
'he, bend is still int.possession "of althe'
exo ange to-da 'direted-.thw N~ ,i
alohma Stat4 e -nd
ned at~ ga 'oar al .Ja~t e(
W S?ON8W i x TOUSAND
. a tO gor (Me.)
pre ourt this after.
n1 Ed# tAtafRrted on
hi geal C L 1 ai0 miles
from the steps of th4 Cort 'Abuse in
this city. An immpnk,gittude as
spmblea to witness the departure of the
ppetr mi9%9( 44hAI was
m e e started okl at a rapid
gigjfolIpy(y ip '&Ile until he
was well o1 o town. 'le took the
Hiampden road, and will pass through
1CaWHa p(pn l p.t WYintOrpoi !
Ii'r4kpir , Sa;ortb' B&telfIast dis
JAper4. 'ty-eight, miles. where he
will siop for the night. It is a bantit ifil
dar, and Weston is in the best of sprite
neid expecti to'reach Belfast by elven
t'.01ek to night, allowing one hour for
""pper At Winterport. The ronds are
in very good c6ndition. Weston's jour.
ney is to St. Paul hnd back throngh St
Loie, Cinchinati, Baltimore tand PhilM.
'dolphik, to the City 'Hall Ii Now York,
where it isto triittte one hundred
Ti. SUGAR CROP iN LoUisfAPAi
We copy from the Now Orleans Pri.
ce, Currme, of Sntardny last, the fol.
lowing gratifying information relative
to the Sugar crop of Louisiana :
The accounts from the sugar grow
ing districts of the State, we are
pleased to learn, are of the most
gratifying character.' The cane is
overywhere yielding well, and on
some plantations, and particularly on
fresh lands, the plant cane affords a
turnout of about three hogsheads to
the acre-a very unusual occurrence.
Besides obtaining a large yield of su
gar this season in proportion to the
number of acres planted, the planter
is favored in another way; we .refer
to the fact that owing to the large and
longt4fy growth of the cane, it will re
J uire fewer acres of i'eed cane to plant
a4given number of acres of land than
is ordinarily thease. With the ad.
'antage, just hoticed, the feeling
among the planters at present is to
plant largoly for the next crop, and
the prospect now seems fair that our
State will, before very long, resume
her old position as a sugar growing re
MomE Goon Nws FRO Wentllo.
'rosl--A letter in the Baltimore Ga
c e d s a y s t,
#Therb need be no longer a doubt,
in truth, that Con .ress will meet on
Monday' under deeldedly improved
auspices.; I learn that even soine ef
fort will be mtde to' conciliate the
South by the extremists. The Demo
oratio and Demooratie Cinservative
members, in the meantime, seem dis.
posed to let the Radicals paddle their
canoe unmolested by parliamentary
Impedimentr.- They say 'let us quiet
ly-look on and see what will be pro
,posed ; ut 'vote as consciene shall
The same writer says Grant wants
Washburn* and Rawlins in his 0abi.
OtCr ANotNo CoLORn.--Th philosopher
'Greeley, of thi.: New York '2Wbune will
av6r fRinihis Id absurdities tintiil he i.4
ilin'ilf finished by death. His last jol.
ly wis dlspayed i at recent lectre to
soi',e ns'grors In Now York. tHe said
that "he believed tihat if the white men
in Amterica were planted in A frica they
would in' lime become blaick, or at least
very ditrk-skinned." lI there was any
timdh In the proposition, its converse
ought to be eqnally true. Why is it
tha tihe negroes have not been bleached
liigi AmericW TheXhulobo.
ataid atto'ti rn:blel.k by being hung
as a,"sci-ecrbO" In Libeia.
iPFonTANTO oGA R 'MANUFAOTUR
iande T1he Uonmisioner of internsa.
)eyemuie hs presrribg# the followipg
mot ofi.cancelJung the tax-paid stamps
i het ip staips (tax paid) for segars
in W il .be'canceledi by the use .o
a.4; blste' ol'. brase or copper, in.
wbih there eball be cut nQt less than
atx (4) wue~ inmes, long enough to es.
tend hOt 1es thar three quarters of ap
1i)19) beygmd.each side of the stamp on
the bog. TLhe name of the mnanufactur
Sand46 thl~ate Qt cancellation must be
teor imprmntedt upon the stamp.
Theli iork of uffning. and canceling must
'e 4h~ ba he mantufacturer.
Anel Ale Keteheyotines the
world, t rough the Greenboro Ti'mes,
abt he. he succeeded, 'after many
seze labon, in~ bringing, to aperfeotion
xemystery. . of -perpetuaal motion,
He say. .that'the mAchinery is of
bh.~rnp 'st4hsraoter and will soon
bpP~een 494 toAbs, pubjlio for their
ju999tlol0 i* I:also 'olaims to .have
Jn#.bqd popW Aoouple OUr., whero.
Sy 9.opgneer e~a, up hi. traio
~thouat te qId 9f ariy persen,a regard.
less as to te numbler of oars masking
, e .99~ nof a co#test of wits .be
twes a pp) 9e, juste e t., the Toomibs
iiiy gilwhp,was,arranged for
g a o good,fonr-line verse
"The -bcasw pw fa 4," boWid
4'om;Honotterhead" *fti repied,
~'AIItIw1g~1fr~ di -n.the
essesse r ' fIa ta
Iltb the. ob'
6 of4i 6 '
No oDI N. 0%. 'striot
of W W on oit th eon
're, as anno d t no
more 0r, Cm ratloqi" ro be
ervq t t edeop w a. eon
fed - ihe d that
there are ten sand ofat "ad
of the gover ' eOt" in the Metropolis
who would ha_S starved if they had
11A9t-O Ad NJ brat z . .*
Just so. !'liservices of the poor
negroes will n 4
until 1872. In tho meantime' lot
them retire to the country, hire
themselves to their former mnstors,
eschew the city life they have been
leading.,acquire habitf. o
lay by their small earningi, and in
1872 they Imay have lebrn4d who are
really their best friends.--- W.'. JoUr
SPECIN PAYir4NT. -Tia Waihi ig
ton correspondnt of the ialt imor. Ga
Thereis a.poweril combinaion no-e
For,ming il this city, hoafted. by Jay
looke, for he pirpoie of senrinig an.
olrly re01mpiion of appcie payknw.tas.,
rhe combina tion is said to embrace- a
argo niumber of tho abliest n in. the
epuivea raoka, who repudiate the
yroposition ofSonator Shermann to pre
40re for rewunmpkioi two years benep.
rhey express the determinationl to haYD
tPecil, Phyments at a much enrlier dity,
mnd the puirposo is to, press for an iMm'6.
Hiate resumpt ion. A leadia:g politiclaln
,ere, who professes La be in thue combi'
,uil ion, SayA that., h scheme is filly enl,
lorsed by Gen. Grant, who will throw
,he whole weighI. of; lis infiience inl hS
ravor, ind who will take an active par
n. securing its success.
A NEw PIAN FOR Pnoviti rOi
ruE NEonoEs.-A Mr. Evans, tuer
ber of the Wheeling Legiblature from
Monroe county, has offered In that
body the following rosolutioti I
"That our senators in the senate of
the United States be instructed, and
our representatives in said Congress
be requested, to procure the passage of
an act by Congress to give of the pub.
lie lands of the United States lying
between the thirtieth and thirty-sev.
enth degrees of north lat-itude, atid
the ninety eighth and one hundred
and fourteeith degree of longitude
west from Greenwioh, togetitr *ith
such other aid as shall induce the' ro
moval thereto of the frledthon anti
the other persons o' African descent
within the United States."
Tu GAUSS IIMMoRANTS.--We are
offiCially infortned that Genm-al Jlol
Wagener, Superintendent of the In
migration Bureau, has made arrange
ments to settle in this State all of the
immigrants who catme on the bark
Gauss, if they ire willing to remain.
He has secured places for some wsth
good wages, and for others land free
of charge, provided they will settle
ten families together. !A very gener.
Il desire is expressed by the people of
the city and State to retain those imi
migrants, and the only thing needed
row to complete the arrangement is
transportation to the places where
Dimployinent has been obtalnedfor
1n. E. A. POLLARD.-The Now
Vork San says:
"For seome days before the sad fate
f his brother, Mr. E. A. Pollard felt
lepressed, uneasy, and lonesomne.- A
gloomi eajne over huis spirits which
iould not be accounted for nor do
acribod. 4t. seemed like the promoni
Lory forebodingof some iunhappy oo,.
,arrence. He has..baion-heard to re
rththe had as tenderney toward
presentiments, and years ago, when
bis f;erd ldiedithe .certainlty- of. the
DvenL .a impressedl upon. his mind
A eompany has been ormied, with
the sanction of the Argentine Govern
ment, to export live eettle'to Euroyie
rrom Buenos Ayres. 1Feri this new
rnterprise seven large steamners art to
be built In Engled, fitted ide iry
twelve hundred head of cattle ant to
li.t.ill eight th'ous&hd agallons of sea
water every day,:and itot idedegplish
the voyage frot atho. RivFr.Platterto
England.In twenty five daye ~
DzI'rTI A' 00MPEiw AEx GP,NRen.
Al,..- Blrigadter General N Ga EC~Nn.
lied very sudden'ly.oday morniaig
at Midway, Bullockiunty, Alabama,
where he:was engaged in teaching. He
was a native of Soth Cai'eli'na, a grado~
ate of WVest Point, lutd a co'n naider. of
the Confederate troops at the. battle of
B-r. Loui. .Fo te telier of epel uts
in S 9 Lqp, who make represenlttons
gold for the aii o a r i ne
ork b si,1 'au,er ho
Umited States At,~.~'i ~al~iji
IfUthetoders, pot ex~ oe g' *of
gold per week to impormey, for
mont of' custom detie.
Mr. Edwin M. Stanton annonees
thvat'hls'healt-h has been so comnplete.
ly sh,tteored from his long service Ira
the War Departmen~t that honoospid
apt,endure,the labor and responsibilli.
tof anothe. Cabinegegoe4 even If 1he
d any desire--,whIek 'hede. not*.s
A91ldimg any ptabli0 ee,ewangjo
i d9tiis Pot reetgtgaRgy
erWQteten, one wht top~
e A *49 pte(
paon4' Is ted h 4""
The meeting of the Soldiers' Rellef
Ussociation which was to have cothe
f lost Monday, has beep postponed
until Monday,. l4th ist. Itev. 0. R.
Brackett, will deliver bb uddress.
Northern Visitors.r i [.
A largo de.gaid ofA yoan41
Lown oh Thuray last, en route for 1h4
Western oti .fI 91 i. f p totir
Lown on thir retura. W lhthey
rollo.wing i s* J ist of atheia.'an't p.
Ducbert and bly, Uf6Utj Jo l
ryan)Wuo'.. ant Pro.
burg (Pi.) NVI. Ii.
Bresiifjjfn e ru-.-) i'
1. teenmr.Lan,cas (Pa.) n
:cr; Wim. irr iypyt% ady, Hagigrt.ow,
M d., D. S&r,tw, Gkorge Mk-11, J,,hn B,.1i,
Daij. Wint ers C, r)n, John Mc.
[auhy, pf. V. B. Denr, J. M. Fnk,
W. C. KCirkl).art, H., N 4eik4, -Dr.
W. T. St.onbrakorw brs:,Geoi 'h1en -
der, Samuel ells,. Ftainklintocoity,
ll., J. 0. ayrtt;, akUn- C yba
"Farne ns well as tm should
be apprised of changes in th Iat,ber
beforo they occur. Bar facteri are
too costly to be In the reaeh of IpAny,
bu hprqjqja ch .YPx'.W,toee.Ono,0
which wo find in no. .;.ehange. A
good farmer'. -baronoter,a. inay be
made in tht follo.wig inno er 1 (
OTake a - colhnion-i pIokle bottld,
wide-mn6uthed ; 'fllOwI 'Wii thils
inches of the top with *at6,AIe"
take a coinhion Fload%ha 6 i1&l i..
moving the skraw oovo aidgiind cleans.
ing the flask thidonghy.1p-*Ige'the
neck of the flask 'af frir -'wii?Mo,
atnd the biai'eg""i'gto.
1, , . -~ Xn
ino. wo*thor the.wate wii J)a.the
the neck of the fiask even-higher, thsn
the mouth df the btildi! -a'i,*Vbt
Windy weather it Will fyll'
an inch of tk "'nIt o p,
Bofore a heavy gale,of,jud!ho xyater
bus been seon to leave thao.flask.!alt,.
gother at least eIgit hodrWiteforbbth'
gale came to its o" *fiide.
tion was madia n 4 e .
muicaoted etp LonJJQdon janas
RLeeting of' th to94k Q rs,qt~6J.
lnbla, and A
The apn4apoggg .
of thi$ conPany,'say, the n held
in tIhe C.rol1n4 0i1, 9 Ona,. Thna
lay Iast. Thq st ppca latgoelyrepmese4t.
pd and lhe proq4qdlegal at laquaih ewere,.pp.,
lirely,b feso'nauer. The pop~u,1 trebotto:of
he ofi -ere were:reoeeld- ad aoptedwiThe
mbjeot of' oonso1iidato6 withk the!UabiNiette
ad South Carollaa-Cdmpatl, WaaYN&bly
An eldohit~ I)I'eitokM foi dW4iffaswIt%
year resalted in th'* bholee'olf aIld1'kg
thob CEd wad MifkiWi
Raisset,' (Mnyot4,) $4han,1 15. -d
J#ohson, of August Thp
rAna ou ls i.
elan of Jddge" 01if'q4
who.hold poliolds<dfe n,ine sl e6
have beon transf#red dr hals .ad
look s harply' to the Midit -~~
larity ofa tre 'proo6eding..tA pwJ
.Tournhl. ..4 1.' ! i1
p,oltoy t,o # ,tb pa~
oonsont of th6ecompa, s e
ois1on, of dotlse, wdgsi iTV ~t
pyrty cohd 'ot y
Nw Arise jjjp 'l
thief. Road.1 hb dv
Mr. J0lid Simionton Rh8 e
hst4!f. O.! 5 j.!,j th s.
Dnpoait's Gurn5w ,p4
venea at A bba1l 6wM
9qd m9dhem al. with *
titt 4 aV3 odb ~ 3