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THE FAIRFIED HERALD
WINNSBORIO, S. V.
Wednesday Morning, April 7, 1869.
Despo"es, Williams & Co., Props
Heads,.I.Win.; Tails, You Lose.
For a Southerner to be provoked
at GIant imbecility, is, too say the
-est of- it, nnphilosophical. All
Ntorldly good to him and his must
come, not from Grant, or Congress, or
capitalists, or the constitution as it
wag or a it'is, or as.it shall be, but
Irotu himself. His first duty Is to
make his broad. His second, is to
educate his children and the children
of such as died for him. Let his seo
iioit but become materially indepen
dent, and political power is certain.
Disgusted as lie may have been, at
first, at the bray of the Yankee "ass
In the lion's skui,".loathing another
exhibition of his low cunning and ha.
bit tal perfidity, he can soon curb his
scorn, and look on upon the game of
"Heads I win ; Tails, you lose" being
played at Washington with refcrence
to the South by our magnanimous and
affectionate brethren, with cynical in
difference and considerable amuse
ment. The struggle, at present, is
between Grant and the Senate on the
tenure of office law, and as mere
"lookers on in Venice," we should
prefer to see the Senate carry the day,
and control the patronage of the Gov
ernment. For now that the war has
overthrown the States in every other
respect, the only check upon the moat
radical democracy conceivable that we
can see in the present structure of the
government, is the conse e"ntisn of the
Senate, as it would soon de. slop itself,
if Senators controlled the patronage
to oiee in their resp.:tive States.
Ministerial cflices ought, too, to be
for life, irrespectiv of political dif
:orouces, unless corruption and mal
feasance can be proved. Political
persecution can be defended 'on, no
ground of reason whatever, that will
not logically include religious perse
cution and justify the Inquision.
'Till the crop of military Preridents
shall have bcen exhausted, however,
the South has no practical interest in
this quest ion, though her carpet-bag
gers and scalawags may have a great
deal of interest in it ; but it may be
well to note the direction of the cur
The Growth of our Towns.
Tho lover of his country sees much
to rest his hopes upon in the probable
future growth of our towns through
out the S.)uthern States, arising from
the new social condition In which we
are placed. l'le town, and farms
within easy distance of town, as dis
tinguihed from plantations carelessly
cultivated and far distant from society
and civilizition, have now such evi
dlent attractions, that, with the returni
of mzoney and the sueecss of a few
miore tolerable Qrops, our towns will
grow. Ehirtild, in particular, prom.
ises to have a most flourishing county.
sa t at ivinnsbo1". In our local col
umn to-day we rotice the striking
fact of the reb'ilding here of the
first chach destroyed by the war-that'
has been built again. In1 every pro
fession we can hold our own. Ouir
physicians are skillful upon those rare
ocasions when a tine climate admits
of a sickly season. Our lawyers are
accurate and thorough. Our mor
chants are enterpr.ising, and improv
ing daily in thes management of their
business. Our teachers are earnest;
and our preachers are able. We have
all the eements of high civiliz.ition
in our midst. A few tolerable crops,
a little clear money, and others ba
sides ourselves will pereive, under
Bland, and act uponi the fact. Be
calm and patient: improvement comes.
Sxante Among his Friends.
It is but fair, after expressing our
own opinion so plainly, with reference
to what we of the South are to ex
p.eet from Grant, and of the low eun
unining and habitual perfidy in which
alonn he seems to us to be great, that
we should print, for-the judgment of
our readers, the following eulogy from
the New York 1kcraW:
Thle commnencem,ent of General
Grant's, nilitary career was not bril
liatmtw.imost under -any other cir
cumstances it would have been pro
nounaced a f'.ilure; ili first affair at
of a grand tnovenient for the protec
tion of B.. L~ u ardd the suppression
of' t be rebel sentihient In Missouri, al
ilhoungh comparatively Iheignificdnt In
itel, did the Unionmoe&use but little
goo6d anid the enemy no tharm. Hie
was niisttusted -by the commanding
general, and even his Aubsequent silo
ceaseis, the cap~jttrbof Forets N'enry and
Iihmelvion, coul dbot help a bhadow bea
I itWrowni upon his mitlitary reputa
t -on by the disast rous Arst days fi;ht
i'g at Saitoh isod IAttAurg lianding.
I1AJ 4yq toncount5t'f tanignosity of
b1reug.edr apdel4pvy.pf \I. rAval
oflicers from that time even to the fLl
of Vioksburg. iIe refused to fight ao
cording to the prescribed rule of wat
as laid down by the red tape mttineti
in Washington, and worked o6 bprok
loins of his own, sometimes with par
tial and at others with complete sue.
cess. lie di,carded the old rules and
tactics of European as our own rcgulai
armies ac being entirely unadapted tc
the habits and nature of the newl3
developed American soldier; and hav
ing the instinct to discern the abilit3
of his oficers and the disposition of
his troops he had the sagacity to use
him to advantage and the genius tc
reap therefrom legitimate fruits. Be
ing an even-tempered and unambitiout
man he reconciled differences whioli
otherwise might have lead to seriou.
embarrassments and ripened into na
tional disasters. All this time he
was, for obvious reasons, encountering
hostility in high oflisiil quarters, and
it was not until his triumphant ban
nera entered Richmond and the rebel.
lion was pronounced extinct that thii
As General Grant commenced hit
military so has lie commenced his po
litleal career. It is not brilliant.
His first movement, like that at Bel.
mont, was a comparative failnre. Hit
(:abinet hitched. Here was a bother,
if not a blmnder. Ile had to make a
retrograde movement and re- form hit
lines. He finally succeeded in organ.
izing his staff of official counsellorf
and began the work of his political
campaign. Here he was met by the
odious Tenuro. of 111co act; and here
hi finds that, as in his military eareoi
he had to encounter the opposition ol
ofhicials in high quarters in the Wai
Department in Washington, he hat
now to be embarrassed with a simnilai
hostility, through the ambitious de
signs of the oligarohy in the United
States Senate. The old politicians.
too, are annoying him by their endea
vors to circumvent his plans and tc
make hit, htioveo that party is supe
rior to conI.ry and that public plun"
der is the p,roper reward of those trad
ing partizans who helped to elevatc
him to the Presidency. We believe
lie bas a harder fight now than he has
over had in the field, and that he
would any day rather face the blaze
of an enemy's battery than undergo
the daily ordeal of iueeting the bat
talions of office-seekers that invest the
White House. But his day is coming,
just as surely as his standard rose
above the capital city of the foe. IIe
is abused now as tie was on his partial
successes during the war, and the
ahusa that is now bestowed upon him
will in the end, as it was In the end of
the war, ho turned to pins of praise.
Ile will overcome obstacles that the
envious, the fanatical, the ambitious
or the treacherous may cast in his path.
lio will have a p'>litical Vicksburg as
ho had a military one ; he will have
political successes similar to those mil.
itary successes which followed in re
gular train on the peai-nsular in Vir
ginia, culminating in a grand and
final political Appomatox. The vote
on the Tenure of Office not shows
that he has the iouse with him,and the
temper of the Senate is exhibited in
its action yesterday. Ile cannot be
impeached, because the House would
not originato the proceeding. Therc
fare ho might as well go O,n, make hit
amppoint ments, tot the Smnato sl-ide,
anid, after demoralizinig the radical
party by a magnificent stragetie move
ment., erect a party of his own that
will rally around him in any emer
gency. Thus will his political mis
sion-beginning, like his military ca
reer, in a somewhat bungling mannem
-end na that did, in an e-ffulIgent ray
of glory, imparting alike union and
harmony, confidence and pr.Operity
all over the country.
W\mnTi: hMMooio:( yo) Sou-as
(CAnoi.m N A.-Thela lhltimnore ,Sun 0u
Tueisdaiy says, tha,t ai larg(e numbexr o0
emigrants hiav- tleft Newi York within
Ithe inst few days to try thiir fortunem
in thme SoInt herin Sta tes. A majority 01
thecm we-'rc young an h11tenhb ly meon and
Vwmen frolm Ge-rmiany, and the remain.
dter were Irash, Enmglishm amnd F'reneht.
SouthI Ca rol ina wn-a tho destination c1
amost of thIm, amid ini most cases the
(emigranits had comet to this cot,at.ry un
-der thle auspices of some of thme Sout h
erni emiigrant compnans who are trying
to attract tab~or and capital from Europe,
to aid in lie de-velopaemnt of tic Sout.'a
The greater nulwber or these immi
grants will, probabhly settle in the uppeli
distric-ts of this State. wheire they wit
hamve oevery opportumtyv of winning by
thi-r labor, houses and lands of theii
own, They will be warmly received
frwe feet more and more e-v:ery day
how amuch we need hardy and honesi
white meon t-> help us in mnakinig w~hat
';hnnges may be uiecessaryv in our agri
cutltural.asstemn, and in cont rolling and
directinig -thae colored labore-rs, umpor
w.hom wve maimly rely. In Newberry
Bist rict, where thiere are several hun
dredt Germnn settlera, the e-xperimont
hans beemn perfect.ly successfult, a.ulidthe
't4irifty 'Taaains have shown fhat thoy
wal I become a valuable element in thae
coumumunity. We have room I'br hun
dreds of thioan~ads of indust.rious whit.c
men. Souithl Carolina is broad enmougha
'to give Io e acti of them-i a q.aie-t anid hap.
py' home. Anad for each immigrant
there shall be a st rong claisp.of the harnd,
and a warm anid happy welcome.
IQ Thme New York .itato prisons Tr
ter. ibty embiharrasse-d financial condition.
The cost of tie manngement of Smp
Sing, Auburn, and Clinton Penitentia.
ries in 1868 was *500,000, over and
above their earningsm. The Legshamure
at first refnsed to approve a deficiency
bill of $300,000 to meet this balance,
but on the representation of the Con
troller that unless tIhe lawv was passed,
the prison doors '. ouldl have-to be copem1
ed and the convieas set free, reconsider
id their netion and naraud inha bill,
H gre i eK t ouoghly charactelriatjc
s.etory Tf 4i f from the c rhiv 1 >t
js1Wt gd or how near togetht (
:fe tlrin laughter and te l r
te ile1 flerous, noble, but rima e
-lc nit, ro of ' Gaul. Late in the
tmght of Shrove Tpeseay (or earl in r
the morning of Aah Wednesday) a band il
of a asqluers, endents and grisettes, were
going to their homes in the Latin ii
Quarter They had spent the night. at
I to mnasked hall of the -thatelet. and
tIhey were improving Chatelet danCes I
along the streets as Ihev. went. St.dden- t
ly, in the Carrofour lici, they camen
upon a poor, half.sesre-d erenttire w an. 1v
dering helplessly lbaeti with a atck child
in her arms. One of -Iheer nttmhe.r a r
younggirl (peri.ap ea t. t a blly rm Il
mendable y opngr ghe .) 21;- h. e.,W. I
pantty, nbd, shatchneitteh. pointe ) while i
hat of a ridiceluna Pierret fro i hi., ri
dicn)ons heind, sh". hu. tld it froms one to
another of her gy e npanions. IEaeh
answered the imtt' appesal Wili i pit.ce
of silver. and the. a eung girl, Iviin the fi
contribution s hastily inso her hnadker- y
chief, presented it thus filled to the por a
vagrant. Ire ilta asionisled and tear.. t
fil Woman colh saiminer out he- a
thanks, one of Ilie youig revellers
snatched tho hitikarenlln to of her
lihand and, to the- ntmshe0111-let enid iodig.
nation of lIsi comrade sjatie-.ly unitiko:- 1
ted it and took outt lhe mt. e-y. '1 bten t
itking out. his pock, t hook, le wrapped I
the silvet in a b.nk ntae, rturte. it a
thus enveloped, to the poor witmne, it
and, carefully folding up the handker. t
chierf, put it in hiS be uOe1m its a Sotvenir it
and led the companv off agan home- tI
wards to an air from Ls Porichiole.--.
Tl.ere are a great ntney e-xv,-rl..m peopl, o
mi Maissachlsette ; l.4 hnt we il,.nbt wlhelh. g
er such. an incident- aK this would ba u
likely tc happen to a co:fmpar,y of young a
B3ostonese returning from a thanksgivig e
SIRtolrs Pnsnig t1 TITy I Cen.tN
RF.vot.UToN.---i trelegram from - r
vann, dated tsts'rahiv, we learn that
the Cuban reevolni"nn is in most serious
progress as against. the. Spanish ant lon.
l y, and, in consetletence of recent suc
cesses,- that the in"enrgents are likely to 1
ob'ainl the aid of sonea of the leading '
men of the island., official and unit a ti
tiaf. A Otlrr;w.4ion from Trinilad re,- b
ported to the ctasinen-Gener2l thas.
Senor Pat inn, Governor of t lint plhee.b
wins "actively dislava"l ;" that ie strcleed
troops to places where there was no et e.
m.v, and that they beli!ved ha had I'sold h
himself" ) to the mt n.a Sintlar 1
complimts had been lodged ttgai-tl oilth.
or prominent heinil oi ga..-a1ral ais."
trust of execellve gaol Iact'he ttppe1rer
to prevail. Pihe commaen her of the firces '
in the ;1led near Remedi aswe r cr ge
with open compelicity with 1he- in>tlrree- w
I ion. Four coailmnies of mI.iz vel
tnteers had gone over oI the enem v
and Gen. Letona's advance had been de
fntead near tlienfetegns. Exnedi.ionary
forces from the Uuitedl States, we. sup. N
pliedl with artus, aro said t , have landed p
on t ha shut".. ebo r 4 ,. a.i.-:: ite" a e rwl lr- re
uie: at different peoints It appears as b
if t he movement wre I he 'heginning of n
the etP' of SpaniWh an hority in ('tha. d
[Neaw York IHerald. d
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S-tArE Aotticur.-mnUI. SecIETY := tt
We judge by the tenor of an article v
published in the lst number of the '
Abbeville Pass, as well as by thei
general tone of other leading State i
papers, that it is desired to go on,at d
once0 wIth the necessary arranagemuentsi
for securing a full representation at
the Convention proposed to be bold in b
Columbia on the 28t.h A pril, for the al
purpose of forming a State Agicul- h
tural Society. 'C
It had appeared to us beat that In al
the first pliaee fostict Agricultural f<
Soieties should ho organized, dole- sa
gates from whiloh should constitute I
the State or Qentral Society ; but It o
seems to be 't.houight advisable that b
the District SJeleties should be aux- o
iliary bod ies, altogether separate from si
the State Society and independent of
it, and we are not so wedded to our
own opinion as to hesitate a moment it
in giving our hearty seapport to the b,
movement in the manner suggested by n
the able press of the upper distriots. n
[GCharleston News,. h
Royv At. RFamDENCJK. - It is reportIde
that Victor Emmanel', Kin~ of Italy,
hais ninety-seVen paluees. Viho Empe- t<
ror of Russia sixty-twoi the King iaf b
Prnasia seventy f'our ; Napoleon e'levetn V
official one., and tiinety-e hree whlich lhe a
nmighit occnpy as chtief oIf the State.
lIni-ancis Jkseph of Anstria teas iapward
of one hutndred. [abella of Spainimad
fr-two, but shte hasi n0w onlyv one
wvhich formerly was a private boarding
Tiu,. NATroNAL l3aANtas..-Thie bill to
amnd( the notional-enirrenicy act, intro-J
ditced in the S'ennte by Mr.'forrill pro. A
vides for the punishment, of accessories n
to the ofli.ncaas comtmittediby the efllarsa1
of National Ihnks. Thus, a di..paeitp.s
who overedra ws his account. is .puntisha
blo, as well' ae lie.cas!hier or toller h
permits the irregnlarity.
UNronTUN A TR OconnRRxes.-- We -
regret to learn tht on Sun lay oif lastI
week, while the filyhi were all ini at
tendlance ait chtereb, I Io nes5iidenlce of Dr.
L,. .tA. Hill, inar Antiinelt,. i'n t-his ( '(on. F
ty. together with thle entire coenftR,
was destr'oyed by fire. The origin of
the fire is wiknown.
[r Yorkaille Ensgwdrer.
The Chicago Post wantt to knote if '
1it follows "beeanne Gh nt has a Fish in
his Onbainetthat he li n'dr to giv eEng
land a whaling ?." Coptahtifr sot;. it S
not a swordbflsh. a.
St. Petersburg has as00 pianoAeaeh
era, atnd is sidto hav..more pianos than -a
any other etty in theoworld.
"Infernal, maohine4" are beginning
-to make thit- apperanees in Ihe4Cuban. 2
HILANAD AND THE -Ioue 'O (
ros.--=Tht debate in the Hoist
Jofi)nons oy. the 13ill for the disestal
netl of tha Irish Church, was cone
d Wedesday last.
heo O'Bonoghuo, member for Tn
mde an impassioned and able spee<
a (. vor.
Mr Gladstone, the Premier, madt
nportant announcement that a
olicy wca4 necsAsary for Ireland,
ate this-was the first step demal
v tha unanimous voice of the ma
And these sentiments were roce
rith drsfenintg cheera.
The [unse divia"l atd ihe+ 73l1
in t second tient wit h tho follo%
ra'lt : .
'ur thle motion
68g1inst ithe me'Iiu
Majority for the Government
England has thu at last a wokc
te con,,cionauwse of t!ec t.rnth, that
l vernment can u mnintnin ite s
hich riles any portions of its rc.
s the captives of th<- sword. Th.
^te Inotto is equal and ex"acI justie
' Mack" tells an unpleasant stor
.rant on the authority of "old i
lair." The latter says he took p
, inform Grant that General F
Main did not-wibh to embarrass
dniniatration by holding office ur
, and that he would resign the p
on of Pacifro Railroad Comnmissic
r a mouth or sooner if Grant wis
make a change before that ti
rp to this time Gran knew not
I lair's holding an office ur
overnwa :t, but when it was bros
> his notice in this way he imm,
tely ordered his removal, denj
ven the privilege of voluntary re
ation. The same day that Gen,
rank Blair, of the Federal ar
as thus graciously removed, G<
ki Longetreet, of the Confedei
rmy, was appointed to a fat placi
IMPOnRTA-T w Tirty.--The alb
on in the House resolution ador
a Monday last that, "on the 3d
larch, 1869, a few hours before
i-solution of the late adminlstrat
and, to the amount of two mil
)au hundred thousand dollars wi
y order of President Johnson,
ared for issue, and one million i
undred thousand dollars were acti
r issued to the Central Pacific I
,ad of California, on account of
Ileged construotoin of certain i
on. of said railroad," and that ft
irtain proofs in the Treasury Depi
uot it appears that the value of
erk done does not exceed ten th
rid dollars per mile, though certi
be worth twenty thousand dolli
A number of versifiers live well
ew York by supplying gravey
Detry to people who have been
,ave' of their friends and relati
y:death. They carefully peruse
awapaper obituary column ev
sy, arid select from it the places
oath where they 'imagine a few i
ire can be made by writing rhyi
> soothe the feelings, or flatter
xnity of tender-hearted survivorm
he price of one of these sympatl
I eflfusions is often as iow as twer
ye cents, and soldom higher than
The Mormons are making their
ig profits. The railroad build
ud ahe snow embargo for a mo
ave been to them this season u
alifuarnia emigrant. and the Id
ad Montana mines have provec
>rmer years. All kinds of grain
Iling at ten cents a pound in
eke City, and butter at seventy.
rnts to one dollasr. A fari
rought in from the country six b.
is of oats, 1:ad exchanged them fi
sit of new clothe. and a dollar o'
HontaR.DL AcotDENT.-The Wi
igton-hound train on the Fredri<
urg road Tuesday night ran ova
ian by the name of George Hii
ear ChesterBeld station, and ki
im instantly IPis body was seve
s twain and horribly mangled,
ntire train having passed over t
ilaines was a single man, a Carl
sr by trade, and was always held
e an honest and4industrious man.
as seldorn known to drikk.--R
ni the-Distrfet Court of the 1
ted States, for the District
x parie Rsther iterron, In Re Roberi
lerron. Bankrupt, Petit,ion to establi
lien. In Bankruptcy.
G (TICE.ls herebg gi'uen that all oredi
hloldingliene.on tile Estate of Re
.lerren, Bankrupt, must appear be
*e, at my omBoo In Yorkville, on or be
es 20thidtuy of .tprit seat, andI ehcw ci
any they have, why the lien of Es
erron'. should not be first sa'ilfied on
is proceeds of the isle of the Estate of
an krupt. By order oft Coauuit.
april 7,-slawa 'egauu
nx the District Court of the I
ted, States, for the District
x part. U. C. Tp.Adr.. In Re Li
C. Chappell, akut P~iioen to es
SOTICE Is hereby given that $11 credh
holding lien's on the Saat of Li
Chappelt, Ya6ty@u~t, mtet appear be
a, at my ofice In Y.orkville, on or be
es 20th day *tr.&pr4etanand showeau
57 they have,why. the lIeu. of..C. Trn
(ar., should not, be rst satisfied ou
e puoceededJ ihe-sale or the listate of
anktnpe, Bl dderot Cottvt.
W'J. CILAWSON, Reghate
aln Il 7-law8w
FRESK CORN MEAL,
LMAY8 on hand abd for sale by
' f Local Items.
IN. New Advertisemen's.
The Wilmington Star, as we ha
use, already said, has twice been enlarg
h in within the last eighteen months, a1
with the last enlargement, enters i
the fourth year. "Long may it twinkle
and See advertisement in another colum
d?d Notice to Planters-James Paga
jori- Chester, S. C.
Take Notice-James Pagan, Che
ter, S. C.
WAIS P,otioal effusion in another oolum
A Dusky Magistrate.
Mr. Suott, (Govoraor of South C
250 rolina,) has appointed Henry Job
-- ston, one of the dark compleoted L
ll8 gislaturemen, a Magistrate for ti
to Itounly. We would like to .oo of
v of his warrants.
T111V 1he iLrtor of Tipography.
This is the title of a beautiful
printed quartely, published by T. I
Senior & Co., Beekunan-st., Now Yor
Softhe first number of whiub is just ou
We gladly place it on our exobani
P'. list, and recommend priaters to set
the for it at once. Subscription pri4
der only $1.
ner Easter Eloeti)n.
hod The following is the result of tl
Tne' election held on Easter-Monday, fi
1 Wardens and Vestrymen for St. John
ght Church, Winnsboro :
.og Henry A. Gaillard, DuBose Egle
ne- W. R. Robertson, James M. Dal
ate William S. Rabb, W. M. D>wigh
- Pierre Bacot, Dr. C. H. Ladd.
Delegates to the Diocesan Convei
gd tion to meet in Charleston, S. C., i
of May next.
the " Henry A. Gaillard, W. M. Dwvigh
on, ALTERNA TEs.
ion Pierre IBacot, DuBose Egleston.
re, JAS. M. DALY,
our see. and Treas. of the Vestry.
tal- Col. D. Wyatt Aiken, Pres
a dant of the Abbeville Agriculturl
tee- S,oiety, having since the war, trie
em the Peruvian Guano, "h bodes" an
art- "Mapeb" Superphosphates, and tb
his Soluble Pocifio Guano, has abandone
ou- them all for the War:do Fertilizer.
led For the present crop he will buy notl
irs. ing else. Of this he puts 2O' poun<
to the acre on cotton.
in - - ~ ^ ^ ^
ud -omipletion of St. John's Church, Winnt
be. boro, S. 0.
va We rejoice to ebronii.a that tb
the Episcopalians of Winnsboro, hav
ar) been enabled, by the liberality of th
of community, without regard to denon
nea lnationa?detincetions, to erect an edi
the floe for the worship of their Creato
.- Redeemer and Comforter, in lieu
et- the one burnt by Sherman's force.
5- This, we believe, Is the very fire
church rebuilt sine the war in th
the South. If our exchanges know <
ast any other, we should like to be c01
ing rected in our assertion. It has bee
hrebui.lt by our own people and wit
he our own resources, by a chrintia
Iai co:nmunity, whioh, differing from etc
are other in some respects, all. acknov
alt iledge and adore the same commc
liv Lord. It is the fiest enterprise
Swhich Faim feld has contributed
r a the means that returning and har
r,r earned prosperity has begun to brie
in our midst. Thle ereotion, of
she ohureb I Could we have Gommence
ka.' our new career by any better deed 2
,The ladies of our town, witA cha
led aetoristic taste, united in dressing ti
red oburob for E aster services most beai
the ,tifully. The prayers were read, an
e~ 'the sermon preached by the Re
to R. Withers Mewmminger, a young ole
He gymnan of but short experience an
kh- Ipractics, but whose mastulino grat
of thought and steady and rapid Dr<
"'gress betoken the devoted preaohe
n-and give promrise of a career of em
of neat usefulness. The congregation ma
well feel blessed of God In their mit
shA~ ier Ide, our community
singularly fortunate in a noble eorj
tori of sincere and earnest ministers<
ert the glorious gospel.
fore iWe trust, In conclusion, that bot
use, greaebers and congregations will cot
hef tinue to.eherieh the spirit of cordli
maid christian love, which has eharacteria
r. .ed onr commnity in thme matter<
rebuilding this sacred edifice, and ma
they all find profit to their souls in th
n1services now reinaugurated' In thel
ofmidst. "There Is," says a disti,
bnguished and liberal-minded Presby
tab. terian mvine,.allading to the "bco
or common prayer," "something whio
tori defies the tooth of time, and. stands th
o!test of human scrutiny--that -serie
fore so venerable, simple, soothing an
irsublime. (One feels. its stern oontemn
So of all ornament, that meretrioo
maid muillenery of' words, by which all the
r. Is grand Is grotequed by modern refint
ment; and there arises the thought tha
then. are the prayers which have bee
inspitrod by the flames of perseontioc
and the chariots of fire whioh hav
.boedle the souls oft martyrs to the pi
' adieof Gbd."
"The Roorets of the Great Olty ;
A work descriptive of the virtuet
and vices, the mysteries, miseries
ve and crimes of New York City," is th
3d 'title of a haodsome volume, just issue'
md by Jones Brothers & Co., Atlanta, Go
its It tells how fortunes are made an,
.' lost in a day-how shrewd men art
n. ruined in Wall Street-how country
n, men are swindled by sharpers-hov
ministers and merchants are black
ls- mailed-how dunce halls and concer
saloons are managed-how gamblin
n- houses and lotteries are conducted
how stock and oil companies originat,
a- and how the bubbles burst-and treat
n. of New York, its people its society
e- its rich, its poor, their life, their hab
is bits, their haunts and their peculiari
oe ties; of ehurohee, theatres, palaces
hovels, tenement houses and publi,
buildings ; editors, judges, lawycrs
brokers, merchants, mechanics arA
ly sewing girls; of policemen, detectives
.1. sailors, firemen, news-boys, beggars
k, thieves, dead boats, swindlers, gan
t. blers and the deni.mondo; of hotels
e boarding houses, saloons, boer gardens
d alub and dance houses,; of Fifth Ave
3e nue, Broadway, the Bowery, Wal
Street, the Five Puints, and Centra
Park; of pawnbrokers, rough, for
tune tellers, quacks, gift enterpriset
. and humbugs.
is This book will be found especially
valuable to those who expect to visit
New York, and would shun its pitfalls
s. by studying it in their own homes,
without cost or danger, and yet learn
This very interesting wort is sold
t, only by subscription, and the publish.
era want an agent in every county..
"T.ill oaks froet little- acorns grow,
Large st-seaine from little fountai n&fl ow."
Seven years ago the PLANTATION BITTRti
were but 'ittle Ximown. To-dny there is nol
a nook or corner of the our land whore dhe3
are not found and uredt. Tite sale liaw
reae)r d Ah4 enormous number of Five Mi.
lions of Bo'rres, annually, and it -s conit ant.
ly increasing. It only shows what cn.n bt
1- done with a really good medicine, and n
tl systematic course of making ib k.nown
d Perhaps no medicine in the world was ever
d so deservedly popular as the PLANTATION
e Btrsnq. Go w,ro you will, among the
d rich or poor, and you will always find these
Bitters in use. Their merit has become ar
established fact, and we cordially recom.
mend them in cases. of dyspepsia, lose of
appetite, chills, and fever, headache, &o-.,
Mavsor.r. W.arsn.--Superior to the- besi
imported German Cologne, and sold-at hall
the price.- april 1-txl w
e (From the Providnce Jbttrnal.]|
e The Pain Killer Abroad.
The following cot respondence will. show
something of the estimation in whieh Imerry
Davis' Pain Killer is held on shores of the
Mediterranean. It is not surprising that a
medicine that receives such testimonials as
th(is from abroad, should well sustained and
tincreasing appreciation at home.
e U..8S. CotesV!aTR, Tunmis, Dec. 27, 1865.
fTo fk Fr.spriet'ors of Davie' .Pu*in Killar,
Providence, R I.
Gentlemen':-The enclosed, line just been
0 receIved from my friend Tulin% late Consu
h General of Norwny and' Swveden and o1
Prussia in this plaoce. No comment is need
0 ed. Yours truly.
h A MO8 PERRY.
. GR?PSA, Pecember 16, 1865.
Dear Si r!--Accept thanks for the third
0suappi.) of Dtavis' "Pain Killer." This medi
o 'cine has, often relieved me of serious india.
fposfiion, and I wvould not on any acoonr,
consent to be without it both for myself an'.
l> have recommended It to my late col.
gleages and friends in Tlunis atnd Genoa, and
a at my request one of the Ilagest drug.
d piats in this city has sent an order to Noew
York to meet the dematnd In this p"ace.
Yours truly, 0. A. TULIN.
r Ex-Consul Gen'l. of Sweden Norway and
a Prussia in Tunis.
lion. Amos Perry, Consul General, Tu
d mar 25-lm
t'. E are- now prepared ho- show one o1
j. tihe most complete stook of Spring and Surn.
y mer Goods ever offered in this market.
SBishop and Vietoria Lawn, Jaconet. Cam'
bries, Checked and Striped Cambries, Plain
and Dotted Swiss Muln, Hlalr Cord- Mus.
h lin, flobinets, White and Colored Blrilliants,
Blrd Eye Diaper, R'ussia Diaper, &c.
-English and A merican Calicoes andi Ba
reges, Leno Muslins,Grenadinea, Organdies,
Ptlnted Mushins, French ('ambrios, &e.
r Bleched Domestics.
Blahdand Brown Homespun., ('heocd
and Stripped, Hickory Stripe., Denmn,
k Cobbonades and Dordestic Ginghams,
0 Shoes in large variety, flats of all
's style.. Give us a call.
Goods at the Lowest Prices,
It LADD BROS. & CO.
*t HOSE who know. themselves indebiqeto
ti m assagent fodr RC Patteersot, & Co., or,
, Otherwise-will save cost anid sofae troubie
* by paying up what, they owe at once.
. No-longer indulgeance .eas bp vn
Estate of N. A. Peav deed.No
tice to Creditors.
0. B. Lamar, et. ux. et. al., vs. Ford and
Rutland, Ex-rs., and 'hos. J. Robertson,
IN pursuance of decree in the Court of
Equity, made in the above stated cause,
all persons having claims against the Es.
tate of N. A. Peay, dec'd, are required to
prove the same before me, on or before the
1st day of June next.
ORico of the Clerk of the Court of Con
mon Pleas, Equity side, Winnsboro, S. C.,
801h Mauch r 1800
8 B. CLOWNIEY,
C. C. C. P., F. C.
war 80-x f Iaw2mt
Notice to Planters.
] WILL sell low for cash. to close consign..
I ments, seven C(ot.on (ins, nl of the
most improved make. Several of' which
have Condensers attached. 'l,54e Gins
will be sold. 25 per cent. lower now, than'
will be asked for then next. fall.
I have also two Engines, one Six 1lorse
and 'no Eight Horse. 1 will sell a good
Grist blill wish the eight horse Engine..
A pply soon if you want a iSnrgan.
apI 1-tlx2 Chester, S 0.
In the District Court of the Uni
ted States, Western District of
South Ca olina.
In the matter of Oeo. B. UINmrson, Banit.
1 Y Virtue o'foan Order, made by the lIon..
"Geo. S. Bryae, U. 8, Judge for th(
District of Soot Ih Carolina, dated 26th
March, 1809. Lien Creditors are hereby
notified to establish their claims against
oho aforesaid Bankrupt's Esiie, before W1..
J. Clawson, Esq., Register in Bankruptcy
at Yorkville in said D)strict, on or before
the 20th day of April inst., a-Id shew canue,
if any they have, why the Real Etato of
said Bankrupt shouli not he sold free front
Winnsboro, S. C.,
April 3d, 1809. S. B. CLOWNEY.
april 6-x2t1 Assignee.
In times hike these when trade is low,
And onstomners conso rather slow
It's pleasant just to set and tell'
My friends, of all I have to sell .:
But pleasanater by far thatn telling,
To me would be the act tal selling,
For thetn, of couarse. I get, the needful;.
Anid of their future wants I'm heedful.
Perhaps may friends will think-motrude,
So often on them to Intrude,
But how. ea. expeot to sell,
Unless I through the Paper tell
Of what I have-and where I stay,
And by this means teaoh all-the way;
Where Ale and Porter does aBound,
And Whiskey-pure Is over found.
D)on't. view me withstusp icione eyo;.
Or pass may door ii silenea by,
Butt come right- in--you nteed not-fear,
My Brandies, Wines, or Lager Beer"
l'v e jcst received and have in Storeo
Some choice goods from BaIt imore,.
Upon the list and first .1 find,
A cask of choice Sherry Wino..
The next in order to the Sheorwy,
ComeBrandy fine, by name Blackberry-,
The next in order that we meet,4
Is Ginger Brandy. pure and sweet.
So on we got.but' eve we pass
Thesa boxes that are marked as glass,
Let's stop and'see what they contain,
Alh I htere it Is-Green Seal Champagne,.
I've many other GOods It seems
For htere's a ease of fine Sardinns,
As well as Whiskeys good and old,
That's up for sale, atad mutst be sold,
I fear I might inajtustice show
it I in silence by shouhnl go,
And not at heact call your attention
To Bitters which I here will mention,
For I'v the Stonaghton reatdy open,
As well as far famned Mlogentharopen,
Buit era I close kind prudence teaches,
T'htt I shoutld mention Brandy Peacshes.
Now I wIll el-tse, kind friends adieu,
But recollect I'll look for you;
And when yotu're enteretlin my doors,
Yota'll find me, very respectfully. yonrs,
apr 1 A. P. MI i,LE It.
Watches, Jewefry-and Clocks.
A ND tr.any other thIngs. Come and-see,.
- 'MyvMtto- Is qtuick sales au'd smal'
profitse (JH A lILES MU LLERt,
Next door to Col. RIon's Oltico.
SE R1U18! SHRI lIP
O'IIAN GES,.LEMONS, Apples, Oingernuts
,'. Novelty Cakes, KIsses, IrIsh rotatees,.
Candy, &o., a- fresh supply.. Call and se6g.
de4 JOHN MoINTYRE & CO.