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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
Published Every Wednesday at
WINNSB0I0, . .,
DENPORTES & WILLIAM16 a
One opy ono ye r, 800
FIT* arje iA e - - 1260 )
Iten ' 2600
sh, d PAnnsylvanie. I
"lit'Wel-k11WfftliaV- rffat tfodblW
and exponse hboye been caused by the
sitiking of a portion of the traok of
tio"e*'Jiferson REailriad, wham *it 1
di'hde's ? asw1la in' ArAat tUwtiship
id'fhis "coiinty.' It'' e Men'"ou~n
t~i~d~ thd wa%;,"i 'a gutter
ra~sitpond, of'N cl ~aures in ex.
t Ird b f 'tootisiderable *tptb.
Th is pond 1q povere4 by ' bont
six feet in. deyth of black earth
W~ I h bftd'k 'heivj -ro*th'of
idods. 'Te' tiei 'aie mostly s6ft
rnfle,' jlne, hetnlock and birch,
tnany of hem rqnging from sil inoles
t6 ihde& fdoth diametei'. JAUst fall,
it was dincevered that this substetr
thiU pond cont'aimsiany i h,of the
kld 'usually fobnd in thi' pat of the
country-p9kerel : atid "shin pr,"'
abbi ot~dk ?ll withbnt epak !
1t tYo dai'knissof their stibterranean
a'c'd, they have no ure for the 'origan,
ofhibon. The Ball -pond; "about- a
ail? and a half'distanti"s no* "groo-'
iti vsi .A eonsiderkdble pat of'it
h "besoinc'sdbteffanean' wlthi 'the
NAtw'nty yiars, Af&id ' toVbi, 'be'
. I f] toI a I
fd9fut* i , it *1ll ge ehtireI
adited, I I the -te -i - I ndl
is bout tweity *du in extat. For
s A d f~t iv 'h60 'shotd It' is
ilied vii danAA.ibf FothII o f 0.ihrt
lif'e nd thead, h; tilit'fuikaisti tbb"
for a4 -ion on whio he su'porsr.
tu t earth is ddttde' tidhd.
'Negte Suffrage-..A Republican View.
ve are especially struck wifth the
fotl1O'ng retteathks, taken fioni the
1idw Tork"btnihial' AhdertIhe, a
Ropublicanl newspa eeof high staqd
Ing and influeionde, '!'htilow Wood' is
its pimoolgal'ed itor. The Commercial
commenting ,A P 4Tie pendition of
the country, says :
-"But the questions arises: Dos
Te' negro really 'appreclate' his posl.
tion ? Is he dapable-of comprehend.
iAg the pro'digious stop forwatd he
hahmade, atd the grave responslbili
ties and duties imposed by it.? Here
these questions are not of very great
imy6rtanco. The negro vote in the
old' free States is of small account.
It is in the' South-ib States where
the vote'is controlling, or where it
is's decided balance of power-that
these inquiries press for a solution.
Tike South Carolina. as an iliustra.
tibn. 'Thoro the negro vote remains
brth Ignoraht and arrogant, and in
the ecoess of its rebtlndant power it
en tmia acts thaft shame the most
ristaless purpose of white majorities i
in their wildest artisan excltement.
T'hose who forde this black suffrage
ob the country owe it to their own
honer-and credit that they should
insist -upon better behavior on the
parts of their wards. They should do.
mand from these negtoes Industry,
education, tolerance, moderation, and
a'-degree of deoenoy that would not
accnpt :' dishonored 'Congressman as
their 'pet can~jdate 'fdr his former
seat. No doubt the advocates of no
gr suffra~o have'bboshsd' for these
pete who cannot bitish for themselves,
but. they mudt do, inore, or this day
of jnbilee wifl'be 'the broadest farce
ovew played-under the co'pe of heaven."
la Extraordinary Demosrational haw
'" lawsuit ' flAt interest, and of
gti: eatkofdh rf kidd .for this
eotinry, involving the 'title to .the
vitidable property of the First .Re
form d Presbyterian Church' of Phila-.1
dejli a, 'has for se,.'rsh*eets ocu
p'Ied the Supreme Court 'of Pennsyl
yabia, now in sosulon In that ohty..
The case grew out 6f a dearation of
Gee. Hf. Stuarti of'.Plihlad'lpnila, a
memnbeir of the Filrst Reform P'resby.
trian Church, Vho openly said thiat
4i M*av In 'the hbt of siniging
Jy mes." Flur this "use of human
liamody"'ho was deposed* from his
place in the Synod' atid' his 'olers#1p
ifi'tlie' oureba 'and was denied the
rgt t ke of the" communion.
The Psbytery with which Mr.
Stuart'h church was conhected re
Ifdsed' toaokuowediedge the action of
of od'at bIqdlig, and lls pastor,
tilde'. D. Wyle, with a mnajirity
of the congs'cgation, also sustained
lilbl,,and don lnued to treat him as
S treetibr of'the obudh in' 'ged' and
retgnlar standlby A E hnority of' the'
tt'nbers of the "Fir't "Obhuroh who
agroved- the actietf" of thie Aynod4
dB~'euo'i" sna ', alling i new1
jadtor, 'and holdis'g eerttees in the
Hbil 6f tbh A6demy of'Mubio.2They
eIkim t i6be thk"Firet ehhi-oh, and
fiit thd'iajbrity, 'by' tlleht disob6.
dtene to th, Synod, li(se forfeited
tileir'tit~Ie." On thi' 'gredhd , they
Bus eqrugiteutt for the paee~*e
&W oholi'ppetty. 'The' ege his
etle'ra"tet in hiadelphia
Y'-i'e .''NW elijg Rateht '
A eorrespond.e66f th'Bbueboyq
gies th.tok aj"~
* at,,i .be
he oua ecWi nea de the et e
Fa re74ive te pi re e
latew . qempetora on a
ints d wheel. ,twa q ~ aw
a witness the wheeling. t 8. Iark
ol (dealer in leather and hides) was
he lucky tnan. be having ran against
he stake and knoked town. " he
og was carried off 1, triumph by Air.
A Louisville lass got very tired of
or lover calling liet oAdantlj.
)osiring to got Fla 0i himhl o.
noted plan-by- -which- the -muohs
losired result could be obtained,
?very time hocato,'she askO him to
el'p tnoie the piano up gtaies, and
ftOr that was done1 ebahged "her
aind, and had him help tnove It
own. Site kept on Until'she moved
11 the furniture in the house seon
imos, and he didn't see the point ;
but the other night int despair, whon
o onlled, she throw a pail of water
:n.him from the window, He Ji pt
3hil't see any ionddened in wonoan,
ind he has presented a bill for remo
Woe4esday Mprning, April- 12,871
P41it4tetd Into Ind-Practicat
Our readers have seen the excel
lent resolutions passed by tho Char-.
estor Chamber of 0dmtnetc,-aaid
Mhey recognize In,them tho first step
to0rards the application or the only
kind of remedy for' the tnisgovern
meut of their State thnt "it is in their
power to 'try. We have, indeed,
thought, that, by dividing the old
State between her children to the
north and to the south of her, that is,
between North Carolina and Georgia,
good governmentt Might be restored?
Ulaiming the right of every true son
)( ,et soil to entertain pride, i1 tho
Btate, and devoted love for bar peo.
ploe we are yet villitig to bury her
naime forever, for the sake of peace,
liberty and justice. Yes, if need be,
let South Carolina be obliterated ; let
her die I let her disappear fromn the.
record of history t but let tot her
present unuttetable degradation 'and
leep hutniiation .e perpetuated.
letter, a million times better, the
lsmomberment and partition of the
state, than to have subjected her for
Ifty ycirs at least to come, unless she
resists, to the horriblid and unondura
ble rule of utter rottenness and cor
ruption I But it has not lieen per
mitted to this one or the thirteen
>riginal States to die. Her people
ire now clearly called by Providence,
is if by a pillar of cloud by day and
if fire by night,by circunmstances and
i condition 6f thinos not of their own
sholce or making, to begin that move
ment for justice and for freedom,
which is so sure to spread, which vill
tir the heart of the American people
~o its core, and shake the American
Dortinent to its foundation. Shell,
we have conetitutlQual governentin
Amnerioa, or military. imnperialjand1
Shall we have real representative gov
rinent i S'hall we have republican
government, the government of en
lightened public opinion, or the rule
of igneraasee, prejudioe and vioe, epe,
sially cemented together in several of
he States, for party jorposes, against
1 highrer civilization, br -"race, color
md previous ,condition of servi-.
:udel" Ia taxation, without effectual
epresentation, tyranny 1 What hype
critical mockery is this, that, in the
rhored 'name of "human rl'ghts,'t hka
naugurated the' era of "the rule of
oyal igforanee," and subjected vir -
ue, ard intelligence, and property,
o the reckless rapacity and' epoiIation
if wretehe. devoid alike, of prizliple,
taracter and conscience'? These
re some of the grave questions that
outh Carolina it about to force upon
he reficolion- of the A morlono-people;
aoquered in civil war, vbe has ew'rn
istly desired- peade. Ilefdited in
n effort. to oonoillate 'and utilise the
awl-ba'rbarous negro majority of thir
y sthousand voters who have been
unng upon her Iit the' hypode.ltlent
ame 'of hutnanity, slhe nOW solemnl
m~ues., and deliberatolg refuses o
own, except by irroefetibe opn pul.
Ion, to the immweasurable depths of
11th and infatay whither they have
go~n to lead. In deep distress. sb6
mises bei volcs in solemn ,and~in~ig
ant protest.- -Once eiore she gather.
aer remaining strength fb a 'dispets
hte grapple with hypocrisy, wlikedness
tM viog, with full over" enoughi
aate~t al ighkpql Q lio fi4,
e 4.9e0i9v bet trighps, to ,pAked he
ity workdrs lof. hotr Vin andt de
be dust... For' . Som 'oIdni ow
tretehe. ,eouir br .hests ? and takes,
Sd r i bing down t
rui of 4bo t genoe fair edido. of
A. ica o 0 Nnal Liberty up4
he one en, Wbln, she falls. She'
cannot per a . ,ttllberty servive.
ILot not our rca4dirs be surprised at
the- gravity - with which we write.
We Seo tile Pegipping of the reneal
of a sublintdoe -ci0M*1 *o1 4el The
reurred(lri "of und fig principles.
cver, are but' b e'instruments of ir.
'reit'IM0tfe11EW iid iltines.
'%,6 Whdeh *6 we he'r fr6tn"6 Oity j
the Sea,"'is th1at old, familiar, agd
siiblImat 9f all human crielsthat "rip.
esJoud at , ttumpet witl a silver
sound" abgye all other ;tdrig known
to the hunan race, the vojle of liber.
ty, the cry for justice. Who van
hiaa It itid ichist Iit,40ell f' Yet'who
catt ever tell whither it collsa paRti
otio .eople, to marty$rdotu.ot to:tri.
umphy to suffering or to gldry ? It is
not for you, follo*-dtiltien) to oonsid.
rider or dwll tpon tils alteknativ-e
Resistanoe to tyranny is obedienbo to
God.. Yours it is, to struggle for the
right, and with undoubting. faith, to
leave resulisto the Supreme Disposer
of au~as dorfiny,
Qeueal kersha. eit.eftbe
_The public will - perhaps. forgive
General -Keralfiw -,fer replying ;to
Senator R6befton's somewhat sur.
prising epistld, becaue that 'il the
method nowea-daya of getting into
print, and will interpret the excess of
courtesy with which it oloses as dic.
tated by a desire to keop the Honora
ble Senatoi at as great a distance as
was compatible with replying to his
communication at all. Nothing that
we oan say by -.Wn of'onmenfttg can
add weight to th.e'uterance of onesgo
b0eloved in SoutkCa~glina as General
Kershaw.. It -des. not sor1. to us,
hovevor, that the public utterances of
the day, rise to the exact issue,
which, name it as you please, Is aim.
ply RUIN JNEvITAnLE OR THE TRIAL OF
JOMI FORM OF HICVOLUTIo4. A veto
power dpon (his misgovernment is ab
solutely 'essential to the security of
the white property holders of South
Carolina. It will, too, prove the best
protection of the negroes themselves
and the only conservator of lasting
peace. If the May Convention is to
stop shott of an effort to secure an
effectual veto power for the whites, no
miserable eompromaise with iniquity
that temporary fear may extort, or
cunning policy may dictate, will be
worth striving for. A retolationary
and yt,if possible,i perfeotly Mood
less remedy, is what the Stata now
needs. If its virtue is adequate to the
severe trials involved, the sooner the
State refuses to pay taxes beyond
figures fixed by the whit property
h ilders, the better. It hos to come to
this, or conllareation and exile.
Tlaree Tax..Commnsssionep or
Triuannese, witha a %!ree
Mr. Memmninger proposes "a change
in the constintuency" pf South Caro
lina as the only peaceable remedy for
out politinal ills. T1his appears to us
to bd an lnipractioable proposal at
presept, bptl, because It is net in the
power of a State -Convention to take
away the right of suffrage already
vested, andi because it coolly proposes
voluntary p'olitical suribide to the
blacks.. .Ary ferzn of personal terror
isnm and intijnidation is also objee.
tinsaable,' eseept as a der*ier rceor,.
because it sower the seeds of' anaichy
and of contemot for law in our midst.
We would say, then, let the constitu
ency, at least, for the present, until
its incurable rottennems tie further
demonstrated to outsider'h, remain ae
1.t is. Even those Southern &ates
which have now overoome the negro
vote by-white mpforjtier milglt ob.
jleut to' any efrort pi'actically exolad
ibg negro shifidge, at present. And
bebId@a, weeneett ip 'Inmediate obeell
rupon wastefali extravagande Vlefore
the next General State eleotion. We,
tiboetforer propo'se, for the public to
consider, tht'~ the tax-piyeth of the
Stete int 0,tilvrefnae to pay the taxes,
if attemptod- to .be colleted nexte fallt
but firmly, refuse to pay any. tax t
all afterb the tax for 1870, outil some
sohVgirvisions for (heir ptotection
gs 'i e foifoing, ~.embotied :dii the
-.nlA.eself~gDeral Stt eleotion,
there shalitalsj-be eleeted three Tat
Etaofieral or Tribune,, to be
chosen exelnsivelyr by a muj'Mt of
those muffrdg~t97.fly, ih~~pective of
Vaob eriolttaiwhon eaiod the State
wa "Who bfan Gesmilonert or
1'rfe iwo'o6 possew, an'abie.
ii x mllleou the-dollaupon' tie 'rea
a$1 o ti tt& *lft
t wid be observed I tbat t sug
tou .of ours proposes siiply to
F~plemn t tho exiatlng state of
things Br F0o1NG i olause for the
protection of pvvperty huldera into
he State constituti'oth and by ap
pointing pftoperoboors properly obos
en to enforce that clause, for the wisest
dObst1tutional provision oannot etfotro
Itself. This Olause would give the
ta pay fr , no p*6 to control or
bloek' the go'iurnment, but only th&
Sliity tikeep the government from
tlundorilig the State. The Roman
Tribunes wet found nddee#ary to
roteot the rights of person ; 8odth
(larolinat neo.1 Tribunea to protect the
rights of property. The United
ktates goernment, we belieVe *ill not
neddle with this local ontuSt, bat
till let the State governmont light
4galnst the tax payers successfully if
iar a. If, hdwever, the Radical
baHy blihdly dare to try force, to
prevbut so equitable a measure, it
will probably hasten its own overthrow
A Hotel'Thef Identifled as a Nephew of
Last Autday evening, the cashier
of the *iriggs House, in this city,
tnoA a strange-looking fellow coming
d*in the prrvnto stair way, whom he
sspected of belhg a thief. Orab
bing'the strunger by the collar, Mr.
Skinner gave him a good shaking,
when out drop ped half a dozen shirts,
marked With te initial of one of the
guatV of the housb. An Offiler was
sent for, who took the thief to thd
Cerntral pollee station and looked him
up. Station keeper Clard subsequent.
ly searched the prisoner and found on
hi-s person a lot of stolen property,
consisting of opera glasses, kid gloves
overcoats, diamond pins, eigars, arid
and so on. He subsequently told
whire lie had pawned afd( secreted
property which, on sdvdral ocoaslors,
ho had stolen from different hotels in
Ithas since his arrest transpired
that his true name is Macomb. le
is a nephew of General W. T. Sher.
man. His father, Judge Maoumb,
of Cleveland, is one of the oldest
and best members of the bar in the
State of Ohio. A few years ago
youtg Macomb cotamitted d forgery in
Columbus, wad tried and fouid guilty
and sentenced to the pehitoutiary for
a term of Ofteen years. 'Tbrough thu
induened of his father And tinule, he
was pardoned out shoftly after sen.
tence had been passed upofh h'im.
Thiefing Tax Collector PoIsenel by his
'the tax collector oft.. clair Goun.
ty, after having collected the tax of
that County, entrusted the same to
the eate of his wife, and with the
refiYar that he would be necessarily
absent for a daf or tw6o lefL her
in possession of thd tfe*bure. That
night. a party of disguised Men visit.
ed the woman and demanded tho
money. On her refusal to give ia"up
the ruflhans searod the premises
and possessed themselves- of it. They
then compelled her to get them some
supper, w~ietr sle did. 'She pioion
ed the cofFee anud killed all thiree of
them ; and when thei'r disguisbs were
turn off one of the party was 'refealed
as herhusband,- ho had taken the
method stated of rolbing thme doenfy.
One Hundred Strong.
The following information comes
to us from Washington:
"The Democratic strength In the
House willhba increased to 100 niom.,
hers by the gain In New Hlampa.
shire, and the decision of the commit.
ESe on election to-day is in favor of
Ed6wards Democrat, whose seat was
oonteste . Three .more are expectedl
fro'tn thdefdonaiectitut.i diect'ion, two
ffrtOmalifornla, and two from Texas
which will iake the House stand at
the next sessIon, 136 Republicans to
107 Denoora~tu. As there are 246
members, ahd a majority is '~A the
frgmocratg wilt th~n only'l'aol dftee1
votes to ooritvol tile Retase. Howev.
er witik theirf prEaeut number, which
Jostroys the two-thirds rule, anid the
reinforcements, they are Oonsthatly
reoeivfru from the Irvenue Reform
flepublican., they have thus faflfi' t'be
sseion oarrled ever'y thenjor they
have brought for*ari and defeated
the attom pta of the Radicale at em.
treme le station.*
Death of Coen, * bie'nBolhef,.
Charles Certer Aiee,- died at Wind,
sot, his residence, In Powbatan' eon
ty,"Virginia, ona the slest sIino-, ii
thventy-thifed yae of liis age.
Allrr Pies was. a'InosY as well knownt
througliout VIrgiluia as his distlnguibh.
ed brothers, General Abert I.and
CIaptain Sidniey Smith Lee. To the
solty ottity years- ago, the des
ceased was perhaps even bettet hf-owat
Ii which his wli -literary attainments
and ifamily conheetion made him' in
Virgita abd In the brilliant oc relek of
Washington, New York. and Boston
a leadbr' and an ornament of unoom
T~e' Courier-,Jornal insl'st that
whll .sonsibl e pubhlisr 'at the
N~orth den4lke the n.~ro, of State
Rig ts, tibe are. realy falling in love
thkshetitopi -be called ba
ty among the flulcu,. man of
pa eee country ging t:op.dl
sion eood, t. ~tl . 91oy of
LorinoN, arch 4 Advices om m
Paris to-day state that the''utt1d of ar
the Nationals on the Goveritneut for
eel has beet oii *tselalitedf "I t- I
.powerful artillorly attapk wa naade al
on the lbft of tho 1106" A, Mendon, bw
which succeeded for a short time in Th
silenoing theGoverqmenpt , .
SThe exeitomint. ik heS 4 7n- r4
tenseo,0cnsequentoh the determina- w
of the instgent, and this presene oTi
so large a body Of'. roiolddtonists in fr
Onndtal Nab Mahot has tdket cof6
mand of the Governtieut ab y, aid
initiated efftite tuabreoa fIr the m
suppres-ion of the insurgents. , . -fo
General Bergerot and his Uoluun sa
of 10,000 m on are stili out off, by tbe r
heavy guls of Mont Valericl i& t T
relitedca rtanth them.
The lhi o coteequett upot tib at fl
Wkok h the forts upoli the ifftorgenta C
has not been exaggerated. Tlie num- b
ber of killed is enormous, und the ei
excitement in the neighborhood of -at
St. Dennis, is greatly increased. The t.i
difficulty of suppressing the indat-- w
gent is Increasing etety hoar- I
VERtEAILLEA, April 4 -Thierla proec of
lamation'to the Prefeet's Departments th
is as follbws : On Monday, the In
surgent masses attacked o-pr forces w
eimultaneousiy at Monterrt, ftut Ii '
Dougival; Resons, Obattal, and Vrdi-' in
soy. Fort Mont Valerietj at day- 'se
break, began to cannonadd the Inst-'
gents, who were at first sheltered bil
the V of Noitre Reill, and Bougoval ai
They subsequently attacked- the th
Government forcesiby *hmfn thef tete to
repulsede Gnural Vinoy, of the p
cavalry, was by this timd in positi6v,
threatening to outflank the Insurgenta m
and they fled In a complete roito, P
leaving many of tlieir dead and troun di
in the hands of the Goveriment sh
M. Thiers says 'the Oyoverninent p
will exercise clemency towards till sp
who may have been blindly misled, 0
but will punlish with severity the ring- p(
VERSAIL LIS, April 6.-The Oov-rti
ment troops entered Versailes, and ive a,
The Insurgent Committee fled.
Thiers says the Government de- hr
aires, by the effusion of some blood, to as
convince the insurgents that it in in pr
D'hsy and Varrones will be attack' in
The insurgents are alarmed, and At
ar6 proscribing each other. fkhey ce
are eharged with shooting prisoners sil
and iurdering the wonded on the w
field of battleI
A proclamatiow concluded by or- E
dering all unmarried men ifbo the P
ranks, 'nd a grand refiew is an- e
nouicoed for the 7th instant, in Carmp
V.RSAILLI. April 1.--The insur.
gents still hold Forts D'Essy and 1)
YarVoneief and fird resoletely up'on the by
Gornment position at Chartilliob. R1
Th insurgents attacked Severd by
bridge, and were regulsed.
Disttrrbauees are reported at Liw'
PAdr, A pril 6.--'he Cernmnne
has issued a proelamiation, which an-n
nlounces ret-altatoty treatalent of pris
otners Soir Liberte arnd fational news-r P1
LONDON,- April 7 -The Uijied
States storeshtip Supply. from New
York,- with a cargo of provisions for th'e St
de'stituxte people of. certa'in districts of
Prance arrived a-t H'avre on Wednesday.
of t his 'week. 6
LONDOlf, 4pri ,--8 P.M.i)
.Orida Perjple asserts that the Federafle
sts mnaintain- their. positiomu.- Thlly ree
Pulsed' an attack of thor Vejsailles 0
troops- on- the bridge ofi Neuilly, .have b~
re-takcen Ghauillion, dismnounted thW:
enem~y's batterieb~ nMai Vanvres t'ndd de
ca ptured two mitrailiser. Considern>.: be
ble reinforcements have been- despatch'
ed to I./ H'ay,- whiob. is threatehud.' The C
impression prevatis in Partb, notwith.
standing contradiction cof the ebmmhuA
nidt., that the Versailles troops .garried.
the barricade at the bridge of' Neuillf.' 1.
Tihe Communists prohibited.the. holding
ofpublic meetings calnet in Paris to'pro- di
mote inde)sureg of donCliit.
LONDON, A pril 8,--Details of Nri
day's flghitng have been received.-. 'The
Communists at Courbevoic were die~
lodged by Valerian's guns. They ral,
lied in Avenue de Neuilly1., whened
tiey were driven by .thw troops'.behind
Neuil li idge/awhich-,they barrca~ed. 0
Thesa enis demolisbe .t-hge. berrtinde;
wI1en the Comflmunista suffered hteavaly u'
In attempting to htold the brid e;ghey. -
fell into temporary disorder,- plt gaC.,o
ceededin estitOttl$ler arti earf at
took. re fdgr it'cdlI~dge itN si
ottjied' it houses on the opposfe: ut(,; ~
when a sharp (ntsilade wps mnahttaied
across thle rivet'. iThe 'tfoopt ptsfied
adtostth Bridge, W hezV the glin. fro
the ratiparts swept- 'lbe .Agetj d" *
Netll f,. cfiediting. the puirsuil.Wnde,
ooter ortheradiipaff unts, tbi.g.g
ttntunists agai~n orectqd&b ipindpp
but .were ultimately, riven -beithj
thte ramparts.. This lasted till. simse
when evn guns still prqe1teid thef
gate. The fogs,*'are sibs. ficd op,
Giily~~ii find~tges the pompleje, tue
of the GovernmenItrpqops, aftgr. twy
days''-Th.ursday and Frid v-4g~,* s
'le o verule tl ,g Was y p
oral lStaion ya )led(
terha V e r a o n 1gej~ i tj r
VO04% April. A* ej ect~
""'d '.maidw 'beel ida I*4ds he.
ro di '6 T i Ilapse
surrectio t i t) t.
LONDON, pr desp , '
arsqeilltl r t ' tr ' .
remieux, Pelliss and W otlher
embers of the coin ittee have been
rested and imprisoned, to await trial.
PAnI April7 via LONDON Ayril 8.
s on Thursdny night, reco.iq; .tiQ
rricade at Neuilly, and-it"as ttodl
ircely attacked by the batteries of tho
ppailles army. The Naionals do
hWed their position with mitrailleuses,
htch i fiegjgitqg e barri
Tx P. Pore was a e feet ramIl'Is
6n. tbe' MVeyekiines nrmy -till half'-paat
mthe aflernoon, when it became al)v
teiitlt direct nsait - wasg iiitended
the- Gternment foret': ,. Thu nio'o
iint pioved a . feint.- however,
r, insjtead of following it up, tho. Ver
illes Iroops advianced - tipon bot It lie
Pit and the left flitiks oftli ban-ricados
're was, jor an hourta ;.rapfdi and
Frtiva fire of muskotryj'anfitheh the
-hting -increasinc -in intensity, the
minunists hastily adVaticed two fresh
tteries of iifatitry, ! sippoted - by'
Rht guns. The crowd8 bf womei.
d children were i a dangirotts posi
n: near the Aro of' Trinmph, watching
th the itmost anxiety,, the charges
id senmes of the battle-field. The fire
'artillety has, tip to. this time spared
e enciefte. - The NatibnalA :resist the
Ivalcea of-Asseinblists with determi
tion, Will: defend every inch. of the
rests; sh6tId' the Atsembtalif sun'oed
enterbig thd drtty:. Titeti is a
rong conceiitration of Naitionids in the
kace Vendome. ,Mativ piecds df ar.
lety are irtthe court'yard df -the P udb
a oyal: Andiin ffolit of: the chtaroII of
e Ntadeleine! . The utmost .hitterness
wards the Versailles . Govtrnment
irvades- the public m(ind.
VERSAILIES,'April 8.--The . Corti
inists continue the reign of -terror in
irias and the -neighborhood. Th iiy
gnities hnaped. npon rehgion have
ocked all the 11loent portions of the
imurit.- 'her is a wnr agminst the
iests, tend 'it is tfot safe ifor one to bo
en. Alt hope.,ate on MeMadan. Tte
overnment troops . maintain . the
>sition cnpt ured from the insurgents
.aterday No unw attach hog bee^
adleby - eii h'r-r - party. and thore is
rong desire Anmiz the nmore snithatI'.
it citizens to- Pe Paris a-guin re ocen
ed by the Germans,. TPheit loss in the
itles yesterday,.on hoth sides, is quita
large as mentioned in previous des.
ielhes. The conduct of -the Govern
ent troops at Av. mie DlNuiifly was
ost hdtoic. Thoy never faltered it
om.t during ram of shells and heavy
ir'g. Their losq is grvat h6't the she'
es was conpfete. Th'e Commni'sts
fee the battle have connmitted the
idest. e?cegsus, and butchered th-e
isorfers they held. The exeitmeift
re re intense, and commtinication with
ris is kept tip only with great di
HARTPORo April 4s-The fimes;
imocrat,- clOhns. Eaglish'a election
eigbt mnajority.' The C6urnnt
)publican, claims Jewell's election
WWrOT-ON, April 0 .-Ladst
ws-from Connecticut is more favor.
le to Engli-sh's election by the peo,
,.. leffem Rhode Isfond,:
PnoVrDENc it April 6.--The present
ate officers are elected by about
100w-ajority, orcept the Lieuiten
t-Governor. His electiorr gos to
a Legislatdr~ e.
M larket Repor~s
W fY'nu,--- April 8 -~FA'eiing..
utton' qoict, with sales of l,t6'i
res, tIptands 15'.- Gold TA.
CIjAnR'ESTON-, April 8.--Cotton in
m:fndiiddlings:.4 ( r'eoei'pts 409
ld) ;.alebs 600,
';Psal'es- 01000 hales,
he evl pder whieb South Qaro.
a groans, and wvhiclh insie Iu
luzism possible,\arg' aotg .obarged
reetly to-1h. sbooomtmt of the bJnited
aset ;,n'or is Qrere,- i:i' this 8tate,
y: yeb.qlli us. feeling against the
iti4ebal ~99'egmhtn . U~pqn this
ant ive oanpoi do abotter .tlian to
oefe Senator Gawyer yw~ o; ast week
hi#phade in t~leoqte said:
9 bd ,d 9 f ~Ii4 olaiaton c(
~d '% .?1 o' tt be ioold
se~tyt'r a not ddi 'word
~ratli idg iC, time fao, 'ot :thir
ii .ad sofsE'1 aoit <4olit'd4 herth.
1 8 'di ir ryind honis atteig~ de.
ul be entertg'nod y'th i foi a
rment.. .ffe 9 if n tbic that- an
.tlie dhdurbabde in the Soiit.
ig~npted iopilIty to the Glen.
hloei:' ut thiat they were
Hos tiQt ato gdtre 'edfyddt
99g3 't *.6ltno e aho
Ii9 dfeA eapt~-o pu ,ajo
HomtM ~ 9 t 99h 19'd 19tt ' ~at to
r Wo oar loads choibe White st. Louilb
r Corn, by D. R. FLENNIKEN.
Y virtue of an order of sale, made by
Hon. W. 1. Clawson, Begisler in Bank.
ruoloy-i'wil ell -at-pulbio' 4 b*..
qsh, at 11 o 'Clock A. M , on Tuesday,
0r . : i L oi e to it:
86 Bnshels Corn,
6 Bushele Pens
200 Bushels Cot tJ Sled
1 Lot old Irons * *
I Spinning "heel,
I Gross-out Saw,
npt ll-fix2 .. A h gue
SI ll F 8,11
BY. Vittub ,of sundry. Exeontirna 19. i
directed, I will offer for sale at Pnii4 ,
Court4l ouase on.- the. raL.-Monda-y., d.le
day foliow Ig .I ' n i wit in t h
legal hour8 %in. ti $4 i i't 'iddet,
?or Cneh, tho fliowinig .Real ropbrg.
1treiansers to pay for tiles and 4al n)S:
(Ift' trac't of land on tI ni Vd0 VtiberefP2
Moro or lease it o ti. V ? pk% (a
bounrnidid by Inii 0 or0oill WattIoil,, it~nto
df b id Alobly. WVin: T b'ind 'esla 6f
J. Tf.- MICro'y,-levied ui.'n asthel, perI
i of WY, Tk Thorn at tbo suit o ,L
mi'clion d nd others. '
One t raet of -760 aores of-iaed. -more. 4t
less lying or Water.9 Creol4 at~d a oiln
Ihnds of 'V. T. Tborn; 'efae te 'ba,i
Alobley, Daniil MpoDonjthI.. 'Wi 11% Drog9k
d estate of J. T. McCrorey, loiled upon
a the proptrty of W:fihornatiAilt *nh'itf
.1L. Richo and against I), T, TIIorM,#,As
\Vm; Thqrn a"i others agiost. Wal, ir n~ru.,
Oue.tract of land oo'ntaidiLng. 9tYOOcrop
more or legs, boutided by lands 'of P
M ftr Ini D. B. Kirkland and land' febcmitf
lielonging to W: A. Matftti -and othersi.I.v
ibd upon as the propet.ty of E. S. Davf4,
Administratrx;, of J. F. ilvis, at Ile suit
di Win. Blair, and told subject, to I rif') ,
dr the widow to homestead as Assigne
her by Commistibnera of the 81st," day of1
March, 1871 .-. . .- m e i.
'I he right title .nd interest .of W.A 3.
Shelton,-.ir., in all that tract of land lying
on Broad Itiver, containing 883 acrer, more
r less, 'fid' boundet by lands of C. IT%
anuett, - Ne\Wvil, - Nevitt, and Bro'd
Alan, the intereSt of W. J. Shoibo, Jr"
in and to one Isand tract of land cop lain,
ing 9. acres nbre or less, surrounded b' .
the 0alers o? Broad ltivef, levied upof'.6n
the property of W. J hl'et6n, Jr., at thwE
suit of kerr & l6s'ach. 0
L. WT. DOA , 8.F,0
Wwnishooo, April 6, 18s.
apIlIt-f i U
A A1I2 nastimfrt of Poovisio'as a9d
O6eeries, purchased sinco I ho last fail irit
prioes, Which we will fell at tie the lowesi
figures (or CA S11 and CAS 1 ONL f.
GOnlisting In PaIf of
Crushed, B, C, Extra C, New Orloan
and Yellow Su'gars, Mo6hri, Java, Laguayr4
And Rio Coffees; Louistille, Autgusta- and'
North Carolid~a .'lour, Charleston' IIlnny,'
l'ennesse'o Bolted Meal, hiola'abes 'aii
Sy reph 61 Ali.gradres, Starelh, Soaps, Oinned
Goods, Ciheese, &o. Cive ua a call beg
fore pufohtsai'g t16fewheu'e.
BACOT & CN%
Ojaters, 1.16 cans at Bacot &~ Co's4 for'
2'O dents per can, anid $>.75 f$er lo. dth of
dan g'odds In proportion..
.10Atr & .fo
Sale of lal's o rnpuidpa
C,- M. Aiken, Adauignee, vs. Jamnes .. St.*i
lat-nthe Common Pleas, Fair449
omlitt' oreoloso Mort ga'.
In pureunce of' an orde e njmd~l
t1:is ease byludge Rultla'ni,l'o, 'emaf
sale at publio'd ou'f to'the' Jighst't! bidder'
bftom' the Oostrt, H~oube 1' Wrnieboros, on'
the first, bienday in May neil-, four' Valua'
bie Lots of Land lying In .the 'Towp . 4f
Winnaboro, on Congress or Ma i et~t j
tireelt the O'dd Fellow's burnt u'
Patilok Jenkl'ns' houi~b. Eabbh fron~tWh?
said Congresa or. Main 8treini. 86' feot enesi
or less, ad running back 210 fsetto -Ai..,
Terms ol Sale. . .;s
of -one year, with .Int'erestit hejoon 'fromtjze
day 91' sn41e pa oble annualy. until te
whole of .the db I ~nd interest ;be p~id~r
rordhddess t6 giv4 bodd and a'mertgangj
t:he pethl'sel, and paf foi- ai gcoeskaqt ,
pe Whd revenuo'suatpu. 'r N'
Wlnnsboro, Aril 6," 171
Ylvrtue of an order of. ae, . inmlo1
riipfoy,"'Will sell at' pubt auolq
oash, at 11 o'dloek eih M d," ~l 4
1871, af the,residencbof~ho~is W; Rb;
3rj the fothowing arilesn to Witn.'
* Otie Iano, " *' '
wne 'Va, -
Ond'Vfiin', C' .''
One Lot trookW,- ,r
e dinhtg WeM-ste eQr Toba~ ha ..Rabby'
"Aso sdnrj olins il~ aol I1io
to edtatV f'r, frtfldaftew,"~
..-.-.-.--.'4fA1e nB OLO NE
ein~toIna Alu Sim :..m-~.wIr. .