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0G:: Ext copies bt the Naw% t6Il
be obtained tt this ofice on the day
of pitblication. Irice 5 cents p%
1- We are indebted to Mrs
Henry Williams for a plateful b
strawberries. We return our siner
0::- Our readers must not fail t<
read the remarkably interesting ad
dress of Wendell Phillips on "Tho
Lost Arts," that we glve to them to
The hotels in Coluwbia are doing
a thriv ing buviness. So bai d.
The deaths in Charleston, for th<
weck ending the 29th ultinol *tt
27, of which 10 were white ai li
A "quedunk" has been heard in
three miles of Marion. The Mariov
Cresceit nays, that in consequenht
great excitement prevailed.
The Newberry Herald igrets tc
leaua titat on tL.e 20ih uit. a dilicul
ty oucurred at Frog L'.eI$ betweer
Me.rs. 8. J. Hiller and T-. F. Bl:ack
whiuli resulted in the death of th%
The decoration of the Confederat<
graves throughout the Bouther:
State, tnkes place on Wdnesday, the
10th of May. Are there zO a few
graves in our Churoh-yards, and ar<
they, mr dead, to be neglected I
A semedy for croup is to take al
spice tea, made of whole grains o:
alpice. It cuts the phlegm almost
inatantly, and induces free breathing
The ottizens of Charleston have
Deaths in Charleston for the weol
ehdiug the 29th of April, weresix.
teou, of which five weat whites, and
It is reported that the Sistersoi
Mercy, of Uharlesto3, have received
from the United States Treasury,
twelve thousand dollara.
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Charlotte, Colutn
bia and Augusta Railroad, held iu
Columbia on the 3d and 4th inztant
the following Directors were eleoted
William Johnston, Rufus B arranger,
A. 13. Davidson, J. Harvy Vilsan, of
' orth Carolina; A. 13. k prings, of
York; John J. McLure, Giles J
Patterson, Chester; Wm. R. Robert
son, James H. Rion, of Fairfield
John Fisher, F. W. MoMaster, E
Hope, T. J. Rvbertson) of Richland
4. 13. Palmer, of Lekington; Win. E
Jackson, Juhn J. Cohen, A. D. Heard
Josiah Sibley, of Augusta. Charlem
8. E.te, Maor of Augusta, ex-ofien
At a subs, quent meeting of the
IDireators, WVm. Johunston, I~q., wai
unan im ously reselected President, ani
Gen. E. P. Alexander, General Su
southaer's cultivator for May.
A most exoellent number, full o
plain, practicable, reliable, origina
matter. The numerous suggostlons il
contains, are prepared by practical
intelligent working men, who knoi
what they talk and write about. Thb
editors, *hilst advooating progresa
are hut visionai'.y, but conservativi
practibal mnn, whb appreciate thi
situation of the Southero farmer, an<
nre doing their best to help him. I
should be glad to see the Cbitivato
in the hands of every reader of. tha
swaw, as the impottis it Would give ti
agriculture would react favorabl;
Opou our own bumslndas, anid that e
every other muuh in the community
Oi) We copy from Lhe Columbii
Union the following interesting items
Tfhe follotvin~g is a copy of a notio
served on John M. Martin, a count:
officer of Fairfield county, We ar<
informned that lie has tendered hi
i'esigrention to the Governor, on tb
ground that his life is in danger whil
holding the offte4%
GOze. OJIER No. 97,--K. K. K.
A ttention, John Martio, Fairfiel
Patience has ceased to be a firtte
Beware, Beware I
You are ordered to resign yotar el
flee at once. Or in ten days you wi
By order of
K. 14. 14s
O, D., Secretary.
7 Take heed while you have a ohanc
anid shun thepea.
K. K. K
Winq'ne, 44i,. DivsioN.
I. 5 . M. inar . yoi are hereby q
S dered to reiign the offie of ."Repr
sentative" for this qogn, fb
which offlde jott now bold nop
sitien to the wishes do eiry hone
man in the eoampbI .
II. Let one Warn 0 t
i'eye of the ord&*TQ ..
honu we.come agll onu h~~
bt of diluredt h tracter.
By ordi If.
0. L. A. A. G.
IBTTER OF THIE 8HPI[Fr Q
WINNsmono, FAIRFIELD COUNTY,S, 0.
April 30th, 1871.
1b his Excellency R K. &tM
GoVernbr of the State of . C..
8iR:-This is to certify that cer
tain county officers of the oount.y and
State afotsad, have been thrdiktenetl
publiel - by pos-ed Orders on the
Court ubse door nignod R. K. K.,
Posted by 1 bo.ly br dleAisised mou
who paraded the streets on Saturday
nightithe 9th intant, nuhering
from fifty to one hundred, that if they
did not febigu their several offidteh
forthwith, they would be vitited a
second tine ai.dl thnt they might fear
the worst. And thnt 1, as Sheriff of
the county aforesuid, coiider myaself
utterly unable to preserve the peace
:nd protect the threatdned o .ers,
should the dieguised hotly onrry uit,
Your obedient servant,
L. W. bIVA1t,
81a1itf Failfield County.
Sheriff Dalll We suppose, who hu
never summoudd a pouis to tuell a
riot or preseze the pbadei inay con.
sider it a duty to have *titteu thu
the above letter. But ott our reading
it, we are rentinded of the anecdote
told of General Jackson and Piesi
dent Buchanan by Mr. Bucbanan him
self. Upon the latter making to the
former a certain uncalled for dugges
tion, Gen. Jackson drew himsblf up
to his full height and said: "Look
here, Buchanan, I once knew a mian
that made his fortune by attending to
his own bsiness."
Among the thousand and one Pi.
anos offered to the public, we scarcely
know any instrument so fully uniting
all the desirable qualities siought for
as the Kinabe Piano. The reputation
of the Knabe Pianos is an infallible
guaranty of excellence. In t4e
houses of the most accomplished and
wealthy of our citizens, and in our
best seminaries and colleges, these
magn ificent instruments may be found.
Nor is this any wonder, for, in purity,
depth and constancy of tone, they are
unsurpassed. Their gradation of
scale is so ektluisitely, and, at the
same time, comprehensively attuned,
that they are tIhpable of expressing
every emotion of the human heart
and soul. Their tone is exquisitely
pure and unique, and so even, sweet
and sympathetic that It iuspires all
who listeu to it, while at the same
time the actiOn iA peffectly free, and
the keys resouInd to the touch with
such sensitiv'eness and intelligence, soi
to speak, as to make one almost think
that the mnfnd of tbo manufacturer
lngdt-a irt his work. A
Somb two weeks ago, a young man
named Moore, son of Alfred Moore,
of Hairnet coutly, left beine in the
direction of Johnston In search of
work. Nothing had since been heard
from hitn, (but this created no sur
pfise,) till on lFriday last the skceleton
of a man was found near the residence
of '8quire Royal Un the line between'
H~arnett and Johnston. T'he Beush had
Leen fintiFely eitteri from the bbones
by the h ustards, but the hat, the
elethes and a guts the deoeased had
with him tverp recognised by his
brother and fat herI-M thiosd of Moore.
There is ho doubt as to the faet of the
unfortunateuman havg been nijurs
dered,mand thle Sherif of iairnettail
now on the truck of the murderer or
> nuderers. T'he neighbors had noticed
,a large ntmriltl df butfIrrdi fo'r stm4
ildays pnast in.the diretion of the phet
whnere thne remriain,. were f6 hd.d.. but
regarded their brey3 as a dead hoe oi
the like. We 'have thege horribl
.detail'. from ShgrI! Vuiua,10q-lf
Lager shd reue
s A lfnd shnar) at figures lias )Jetf
s given the N. Y. Star the followinj
mittlon th'at #'80,G00'Oernmans witness
ed or participated In the I'eae,(ele
brat ion on the 10th of April. Thlre<
I hundredt thousanids Qer npans ph
drink on the ~arkg tr (I d) glssi
-of each, miaking 9,000,000 glasses o
half pint each-in all 15,P040p nti
or 187,b00 galtonas. It' the ani
I*ere throatb fromn a ste'atngine o
a sufficient power ;throyg adf, el
nozzle, the #6team~ *ould4t leih (wie,
round the world; with sudeit tlquis
tn the extremity of the strEgsp to,pa
ort a conagration in fo'rsey Cit7n
Mrs.- W.-lbnsn, em~ployed in the ro
nery establielhrment of Mirs. Ames, a
fi.,o di~~insed raifans s h was
ing frain the short hkohwa~Jr1Aitt
r. and her eysd rtrfty fMse and g
m- filled with vitriol. The perpetra7:
; of the horridi outrage ptidently mt'
it Mafey said.,. "I i not MrsiAms
lot her go. She rope zhet *ieyt
to bone..If5 a er
Letter from Gov. Seott to the Sheriff of
611d communioation was
addressed to the Shoriff of Fairfield
bounty a few days ago. So says the
STATE or SOUTH CAROLUIb,
1'o the Shef 1~iJ rfleltCObuTty :
hIR :-[ have been credibly inform.
ed by a number of citizens of Fair
field county, fts wall as by your own
bfficial Communlbatitbn, that on the
fllght of the 21i ultimo, a body of
armned mien, in disguise, rode into the
town of Wiinboro, and lbft at tht
houts ol' AI"vtiAL. eobty officers a
*ritten paper,by which they werd om
manaded to retign, and threatotIl Wilh
violence if they ftilud to ubt y.A
YoU are the thief ekeoutive oflicer of
the county, it is your duty to taikt
neasures to aseertain slid brling tb
justide those lihnkod violaters of Lt
public peacei hin for this purpb.se
you should pronttily inj~voe all the
reources which the law pliaes itt Yuhr
Ihtl last IfesUit, should the ordi
nary service of process prove inade
quute to make the necessary arrests,
by roahou of any nrmed onbination,
you will call out the posse comitalus,
which call I have no doubt, will be
responded to by all good citizens.
In all cases of this charascter, where
ditizens are put in terror by armed
bands of lawles thitbj it I1 'expected
that the local authorities thull ex
hau.t all legal re.tiaes to give ade
quate protection . 1lb aid prope'ty,
before the 4Aule Executive can pro.
p erl intervene by extraordinary ex
ibitions of force, hitherto unknown
to the adninistration of the laws iai
civilized eo umaunities.
The failure of thh proper . county
officers to exert their dtiobt vigilance
Id detect, and theit inost vigorous ef.
fdrts to bring td punlahant all die.
turbers of the .1ence, will bd Jdtimed
ctnclu Ive of their hagrant neglect of
duty or inefficiency.
It IN a gavo treproaoh o'th' 'pople.
of Winnsboro, that a band of fitty
d isgued hyll. hai sbeen
permitted, uddleied, -to ente i
town and occupy it for severai lluu-s,
with the declared purposn of puttiig
in terror, or inefliting Viblence; upon
the sworn public officers Of the coun
In this coticxion, it i% proper that
I should oil youi attention to the re
cent actvof Coharesl', whih'niakosill
citizens, who are privy to any acts of
organized violence, and fail to give
any Information in tbeilt pbssession,
that may lead to the arrest pf their
perpetrators, particeps ,rimfdnit in
R. K. SCOTT, Govethor.
Bursting of a Soda Fountalht
Saturday morning the residents of the
quiiei little suburban village of 'Anicos
ta were shocked. Mr. 8. F. Shroeve,
with his clerk, John I Yonson, were
mixing the necessary ingredients for
making soda-water, and while Pouring
vitriol into the charger an explosion
occurred. Th - fragments of the' regu.
Ilatorstruck Mr. Shreeve in the le-ft
brevast, throwinghsm with for'co against
the side of the hous~e, and inificting a
;erious wonsde Afgr..Yonson, who was
aandin n~rs~ the genierater. ce
ed mortal jnjuaries, 3e a portign of the
easing struck him 'on she legs, nearly
severtIhg thes 'aight ine, lhnu, - triking
the leil, p.iised iap.o,thbe thigh, ilicting
ghassly wutztd~s. Af'~r lipgering
err0st aggny. tintil 2 o'clock, he died.
Mr. Skarueve's wounds were~ dressed,
and lhe was rerdoived tohi ble. His
injuries are nol dEansidefed siridtis.
A Powerful heerrt PolIcal rganlkation
A secret society has bben fdrIUed in
thi. city within the past two rednths,
the dzinstence of which has only lia
ed out accidently, called the Raft,
and meetjfigs are held with clbsed
doors. The thatuibers, *hti a~ 1-fidy
number close oin fifty th'ousan 4, are
men ebiefly. of the laborIng olasses.
Their object ise to irfi0ese elcetitins
fatorably to the -wo, king classes, aild;
i f pioslible, of niominsating its me mbers
for mnunaisipal, log iAlative, and Sepa,.
torial honoiro~ i rafreht *ooietios have
b~een established, in aldioS~ *ill the
latge cities of tho Unioit.
$ho efC ibe KU Ldx,
tdov. Aleorni, or iii ppi, tho ugh
a eelaw ag, haitfnde a tnble of miur
der statistics,ehowinag that instead of
tiktfoes lbaiftg frtfdered to, ani efte #tt
Sa (tt State, ope.'hund red and seven.
ty whites hive been killed ey negroes
*diritfla it It We' jars. ift some
cna s 1wpj fyraniiefp~ efilbrpcings .pd
la .een art *-hal'drdnru ld t beu bather.
drels of C0bgress 1i* It derfdetly
Tiedotde 6f the' e.ntiat Wash
i ngton ' P h mb'Wi ambi'tion~s stras
ture In AmeIesa. It is one'hunidred
a nd eight feetlhIgher thdd the Wael
, iknuthg /1ridilge' Ohuoh' foweY' ''o1
1 Needoseh.,tlhthe only densiders,
'ble desseet Iroeth the trorld, I$t la
! va t holloraphre, at-Irony. '#ei~blg
.8,Q 00,200 pound5 at
One of ren.
s etitly ws to lge th
d le l%*6Wrsh
0 sede R ,tgi30i
Averseness to ficaring Trades.
4ft. ah9ugest Qf Somn
th0 Uloturer and Builder :
Why is it that there is such a 1
pugnance on the part of parents
utting their sons to a trade i
skillful mechanio is an inde pend(
Inan. Go. whoreh}e''Ill) lis or
will bring him stippbrt. tie no
ask favors of none. Ie has liter
ly his fortune in his own hands. Y
foolish parents--ambitious that th<
sons should "rise in the world,"
they say-are more willing thut th
should study for a profession wi
chanus eVen of moderate suce
heavily agaii.t thon, or run the ri
pf spending their manhood fIn t
Ignoble t.ask bt rtailitidg th-ygo<
or of toillig labofiualy at the a
uoutant 8 ie1k, than learn f trb
which WoVUld briilg thiin hian
strength, health and iidepedndenc
In point of fact, the tmethod tb
choose ii the last .liifely to aehi'
the udvancement Himed at I for tI
snpply of candidates fur position
''orrand boys," dry goodl clo ks, at
kindred oecupatitinh) % nottiriobs
ovorstocked ; whille -,n the other han
the demand for rOally iskilled mcha
ics of every description, is as notoi
ously beyond the supply. The or
ing need of the country to-duy is I
skilled labor ; and that fLther wl
neglects to provide his svn with
useful trade, and to see that be the
oughly itiasters it, does him a gric
ous wrong, and runs the riak of liel
ing. by so much, to inordase thO st<
tt idle and dependent, if not Viciou
members of society. It is stated
in the rcport of the Prison Ass'oi
tion, lately issued, that of 14,5.
prisoners confined in tbo penitemti
lies of thirt) Statei In 1867, seven
seven per cent., or over 10,000 of ti
number, had never learned a trad
The fact conveys a lesson of profoun
interest to thote who have in char
the training of boys, end girls to
for the active duties bf lifek
Moc ku ilin
Michilol Walsh, Irving Typhdn, at
O'Sullivan, went into tlib lager be
saloon At 810 See-,nd Avenue at si
tiflay night, and asked for drinl
whieh they paid for. A second rout
was aklie., for and Walsh took (hrt
digas: I'h[Fl bitender, Phillip Wv
sung, insisted on pay for the two ext
cigars, but the party refused at
went from the place. At 12 o1cloI
Wassulig closUd the baloon and Wei
out on the sideWaik, whert) h6I W
met by Walsh alld two others who
he did not know. Without any pr
vodation, Walsh went up to Wassur
and strtick Ilim in the foe W.'t h
fIst, and then stabbed him in Re sit
and abod ion with a knife. Wa
sung was then carried home by s'n
friends who found him lying on t:
sidewalk. Ie is not episM e d to liv
On Monday evening Sergeant Whi
comb, of the Nitieteenth Pfedlnct, a
rested Walsh and tWo othets *bb Wel
supposed to be his a8eoitiilibes in tI
mnurderous assault. They were tac
to the Yorkville Police Court yeste
day, where Alderman Plankettt Coll
mitted Walsh Wthout bail td awa
the result of Wilssung's injuries. TI
other men were discharged.-N.:
A fearful stoi'y of~ suffering is r
vealed in the repdrt jusit publishe
by tbe Gazette of IndIa, of the tir ki
or three-fold fanmir.e of. g tass; gre
and rain, which dourred ii 1p68'
with frightful severity ovdr I 0O;O
square miles of Rajpootana, . uf pi
sing in intensity and which has o
durrod since 1812, and almost etqua
lung thait of 1861, of which the teeor
is prd.4etted, that three qutarters
the cattle dield, and. illani ate mai
The *danty drups Wich gtrugglehdt
in spite Of ti dfd ght wtele nel
away by a plagiue of lootists ; dholoi
fastened on the statte$ gpeojl1, and
terrible fever followdd; triking doi
the entird popilAhtion. Th8i d~at
from'this latter cause alone are p
down zat 20 per et. of the inhal
tafltf, t'hile hti sumi 6f the Marwar
distriots Lhbdf f4~s' as hgh . as on
third. Taking the most moderate
thtbatatistics furnished, the local a
thorif iei calculate that in Mariw
and A jmerd iifid the oujper distrie
no less than 1,25d,o0id luunilh beir
died bf disease and starvation: T
famines or p'eriod a df unnaual seare
ty whicif affft Wjpoatas ha
hithmeftd feetirr~ti at irt ttrvsls of a6b
ten or twelve jeiafe:
Funeral of the Late Ex-Governaor Chat
Thei ffineral of thiA diatiinglilsh
end hamnenmted citizen took pia
yeator~ay .afteor;,on, att Christ Chut
(l4piscopal) aid Ara ftdfbnded by
Yery hlfrge portion of the citizorns
thiia do.WWmunrti, and nuinbers
pr6min6Vt'ihitknen ftom other p
tloentf e- .States After the v4
l~itemie te taral serfioes of t
IPeoSkal Ohtth w@to' ferforfa
tIe b'ody 4tste ileft t Il tire Cty Con
t'r,.wh6fe it wAs frnited. lH
Thbe. Bragg,tDr. Thomas Ilogg, W~
'1oylab, Esq., Major John Deverei
.V1, Grimes, Esq., Dr. R. B. I
vood''Hil'. D; 'M. Beh'Iqger, IT.
Tu0ajc, Esq., 0. B. Ioot, E~sq., a
Co.'1ohnr D. bhitford, of Newbe
*ere the pall bearer..
* rThededo~e .FIre Oompaby,of wht
.the deceased was an honorary memt
wearing or n oi the lati. ar
be iis0 of
esheohis b4g s ther 0I W l
A VthsAtt.Lo, May 2.--The C lair.
bt Inont railway station bas been captur.
aft ed by the Chasseurs at the poiut of
ad the bayonet.
al. Three hundred Insurgonts wore
at captured at Issy.
)ir General Vinoy has credit for ex.
fas ploits whioh resulted itr the complete
ey surroun ding of Isay.
th The elettions are uatisfactory to the
k ThierA has deterwined upon a
he cotp d' atit. upon enterini Parir and
, to Il[intain himself and McMahon as
jt Joint Regents with Eugenie.
e PAKtIs Maiy 2.-The Cotmmune has
ly appointed a committee of safety.
, lUimense eoncentfatlois of Coinmun
)y ists troops are in Atil about liort Issy.
,e The Freemasins have been ordered
10 to take thbilahhters from the rnm
as partb. the Versailli3ts failing to res
id peet them.
ly nONI)o, May 0.-Napulot ias the
J, rhoumati[ll, [ db~tared yestorday
n- that he would not listen to any propo.
.i sitions for a return to France.
y, EaSAzLLgFs, May,4.-Tle Versailles
or forces have carried by assault the In.
1o surgent position at Sagnot mill, and
a 150 of the Communists were killed,
r- and 10 cannon and 300 prisoners oap.
v. tured. The mill however, has been
p, evaeuated by the Versailles trools, as
:k exjiosed to a destructive fire from
, the Insurgent fdrtihllations.
in No-t.-'hii saguet mill) reported
a. captured by Vertailles forces, issouth
)G of and about one mile from forts
a. Bieetre and D'Ersy.
Ly Nw YORK, May 4.-A speeial cor
le respondent in Paris, telegropho that
e. the Communists havo gained contid.
d able ground within the last three days.
ge Two regiments before Fort Issy
o, yesterday, turned their fire upon the
troops behind them, and deserted to
PARIS, May 4.-At terhoon.-Three
Conntnnitn's batlahn'iSi Were captired
id in the aiair at Monln. Sa.jn-t; the
er chief of staff of the commune flotlhIa,
t- has been arrested, on a charge of do.
s, civing the Commune with retgard to
id thestores in the ships under his charge.
M PAMli8, MdaV4-Evening.-Fighting
s. contimiea. ii rail lenos tire greatly
ra ised, ll inost supercedng!chassepots.
A Iosses of the insurgents heavy. Fori
k ssy is little better than ruins. Rossel
it defelnds his prcdece-ssor. Chaseret, and
its denies th-iL .te hsttt'r attempted to
in make battalions rise against thli Com
ig V:nSAILLES, Mny 5.-It is stated
is that Favre has gone to Frankfort, m
le consequence of a German despatch to
I; the eft-ct that if the Vursaillists failed
io to enter Iarin by Monday, the (Jeranis
Sf will on Tuetday. There was no firing
D. to day ; bitl it will 1e resuimed to-mo
t- row, and a grand tsaillt will probally
rt be made on Siuilar- :
re Considerable firing iroind Fort Iesv
te to-day, I .t, bothiiig of importance was
! done All ittriipti Itt conblaiation are
r - hopeletis.
0 PARIS May 6.-The bomthander of
it Fort Vincenies was redenmly arreted.
e o~n attspita1.l of disloyalty to the comn
E. mdne. IL is stated thar. tossel hs nn..
popnalr wvithi the commutne. Russet
has dismissed thme comma~ndant of inst
a- for irisubotihat.omn. Thme Prussain's
dstill litertdept pl-ovisions ittnded for
.,Paris, and hetilsb tk Iplanalljolis.
D YKRSAII.I.IcS, May 6 --There was
9 firing all last night ittud some ngae
)0nents in the trernches. Con mmuin ienltion
s.htenForts basy and Vanvers were
e. destroyed. Supplementary elect ions (mt
. va1tthitbta in the Assembly has been
d~ post puned till after thle surrender of Puir
Panis, May b.-The Coriimunistsoc
encipied the jpark of tssy. The~ CJomntti
declares Fort Vanvers still tenable, and
ttheir oops carried the0 barriendes oni:
a rhe Island bf. Jatte and at Berean..
n [Th'ils It iltbi1Jly it (:nle blunder fot
hts Petnteux j Blancht; mneritt. df ith
ut Coirarhnine; lwa been arrestod by orde,
e, FnIANKVOnT, May 6.-ltsmarch,
e. Favre and P'euyer Questier are here.
Fromi New York.
ar tNtW Yong, May 2.-'fe strike of
ithmon-sodiety fu en for the same
g.wages as demandea by the tiaeiety'
he ment continutes. A collision with thei
i. poli6e'occurred, and a riot is progress
ve ing in the nu~rtherft part uf the city.
,, The pollce are all under marebing
l . Nit OnrexuaN, May 4 -A tornado
'lhubdliy at B1atont touge, and in the
ad vicinity, did great destruction to pro.
iCe perty. The loss is estimnated at $400,.
of Front Connetitlif.
of Nve* flAvar, May 6.--The legisi
Lir- tive cotaittee deduet 1 00 votes from
try thn ennotadsers' fep'ort for ?e well in t his
he' citt. .A dlespatthi tromt flaritdld invd
'te- lot-box in New IHaven was tnnipered
an. with. The box was looked wh acom-.
m mon kef; and' not slid
- Adrket Reports,
S Naw V'on'c, May 8.-Evening.
tdCotton steady, with sales of 2,336
rn, bales, at lot. Gold 114.
oh Ossnnsvoon, May 8.--Cotton firm,
len-iddlitg. 14t ; receipt. 651
~'bales; sales 800;
S Ltvaroot, May 6.-1vening
a- ~r ihifie taket, igh groundiu i
il 4tnsels ithi6sk. o* it seod
T2jo New York Tribune antiounoe
that it has sent forth dorrtispondont
through tho South to spy out its con
dition. They dre ilstructed to go
everywhere and talk ft'oely with al
sorts of people, and vseitain thei
feelings and oplnins atid Iitentions
The only danger is that each corres
pondetit will only see and hear th
things that he0 wishes,
The first instaltnent from bantille
Virginia, is fair enough. Thougi
evidontly fron tno friendly pen, ther
is appatent the effort to report wit[
accuracy and impartiality.
President Grant is reported tc
have returned front his Western after.
political capital tAir looking "rather
dtpreesd ans lioody.'' Nothing iF
aid about the unhappy co ndition of
those unfortunato people whom lie
visited in the course of the jaunt.
I lere the intagitnation is left a bound
less field of conje cture and research.
The Maonio fraternity of New
York city have tendered" n great ban.
quet tO the British [figh C(Omntission.
ers, and the Iatter, through Earl De
Oey 4.nd iippon, have accepted.
The tino has been definily fixed,
but it will probably be a day brtWo be
fore the depart tre of the Comnissioners
St. Louis will probably be the place
of holding the next Democratic nation
al pow wow.
Bear in Mind.
When disease h;as undermined the health
an1d 1the physical syt hia lilts become pros
tralod, a sti intilant that. will not only
strengtlien. hutt remove the cause, should
be imlnzidititely r, sorted to. Montal dis.
tresF is also a fruitlul source of the break
ing dowin of lie constittaion, and the rava.
cs of ih's enemy to henl h tar tiruly nlarm
iig. For all such maitdieos flostelter's
stomalt Bitiets have been found unstr
pasissed. Ily act ing directly upon the di.
gestive origans. they remove the heavy dis
agreeable f'eeling after eating. so often
complained of by persons of a lelicato tem
pernmeit. As soon as digestion is rest ored
lhe pntient finds his s rength increasing,
1an1d his generul health iniproved.
Thioiutiads of persons certify lintit mny
be -elied on in ,ill esses of weakness or
:erl ui eility alttendant upon sedentary
habit A. ''i generality of liitirs are so
.1isagreenble to the itsio liat ithiy tire ob
jciiijabho to a wink Atonmah. This is
not the cnse with ilosteler's ttittt-tr, Which
wil be found mild and extremely pieisatt.
Blalsamic plants, barks and root acontribute
it it- restorative juiie to render it snothing
i1n1d strengtheting. Its basis is the only
pouir sinuailalt which .ias ever been pro
liteed cintainiir ie0 fusil oil, or any oiher
-leteirious eleinit.i Th i most careft and
skillful chemists linvb anialysed the Bitters,
and pronoutnce thet linitless. Thib is
teientttine testi i i h les-ijnony of
tili hundreds of tiouianis Who aiitve ex
perienced the preventativo and cui'alive ef
'ects of the onini YvanrAn,r. 1to 1t6t and
ALTInATIV. of tmodern i tmes t il niore
enicluslve. In Fever ani Agate, lyspep
'n, Hilioushtis , Nervous Complaints.
Chroanio Colhipinitis and gen ril ' bility it
iA as nearly infallible as tiytliiii this
fallible world can Ike. may
IIArn Viaon.-Ttt common with many
tlers we have- tet a lively itere!t. in the
itvestigations which D-. Ayev Is beena
naking to discover the causes of failuire aif
the hair, and to provide '. remedy. filt
resetrches nrei said to hate been tutichi more
-hrogli and exhnustive thian any ever
omd-.ie be-fotre. 'iTe resultr is now he-fore us
undicer t he natrie of A it.:n's litla V'aoon. --
We hiave given it a trial, nti with full sa
tisftaction. II equtals our most favoirab'e
artit-lpitions, Our gray lknirs hav-e adisap
preor resumeda their or-iginial color;
nmitl a visible crop of soft., pe lken hair has
star-ted ont a part of thc ab.p ic was
entirely bsald.-Deodal, Abitigton, Va.
l~nA raft's PoAtlrxti lErtxist.-Tieo volatli'
principle of thte Sf-ltzer Spa Water Is lest In
cross',ng he~i Alltii. It roaned this
country "stale, flat, and uinirontiable." But,
TA1PEANT'S SELTZER APERIENT
this mnatohless natur-al r-etub-tly for dysapp
sit, biliouisneist anid constipation, Is repr-o
duceda in all the santitariy porfeetion of thet
oirighial Spa, as fresly dlrnwi arid drania
foamingr at the fonotnain side, It. rettuiraa
but an instant to improvise the delicfin,
dr-daaght, anal for all the dliborder-s of Iha
stoach bowels and liver; id-b'lehf. a
this seasons It Is--In the opiniion of nit1
ablest. phygloirtos-a sarfd And admirabbi
BOrLD DY ALL D~trootSTd,
I HPOntTA?4T 'TO h1titakii. --Doors, ashere
blinds, mtouldligs anda salt the materials ne
cs-sant-y to fin-sit a hoioin - Inproper styli
ntn bOobterined sit. the ifest tndrket rates
dtirebt from the ianuifnetirei P. P. Taatlb
(Char-bsI6n. 8. C., whoe has the largest anta
moist complete manutfnetory of' suech atI
cles Ira the Southern Stuttes;. ife hi d
ver-tisemenat In atiother colurm;
Dr, Tutt's Celebrated Expactorant--E
Mystery How It Aets;
First It d-maeches from the bronohh.l a
wind tubes th.e mndous or hintter whiel
sowietirueA adheres to thi~m wIth the tennel
fy of' glue. Heoonsdly, it mitIgates the pal:
ad reVes the constriotloW of thes bront
ohltal lobe, and: musoles of the chtest.
T1hilrdly, It reslts lhe progress of Inflam
ntiat ion, and assIsts the lngs to throw o:
the irritatitng matitr whioh scoutnolstee.
BOOT AND #1.10E
D~tL .4 t O g
I AM, now prepared to do pof& I
UWthe. latediL and b.b#/ nlyvf. \
~owV ( twtt Wiarag fed.Tf
a- etli 'lt6 a t o hsi
work d6'he de I fah ni~ith6 gaod JftOOPc
Bo01 rid taMbd. kdsru *QUiIaas,
NW ARRIVALS I
M RS S HA W
Has returned from purchasiug the
SECOND SUPPLY OF
Millnery and Dress Goods,
It 43uced PrIceun,
And Is one of the largest and nost
Evor offored in this market. All of
which will be sold for the Cash.
]BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.
VroAh and Gonuinej at half the
usual price, at
npl2O i. 20LDEl.
[Next Door to' Gerig's Shop. ]
I offer totbe pub
S llo a carefully as
ected stock of the
.Jest, q utilitj or
F a'n o y Arluk. I
Prices tis lo* dit
Shy its this thAr
Jket.. Libtral do.
duction nitdo Ld hglolaiadi ptirchasing by
N. B.-I hAvo Imv "Mi in the Drug
.! ore and will ive spoo al t~tentibn to Pre
scribing and CompoundinI Mediolhoi.
apl 22 J. C. MAObEY, M. D.
't W I
2 Uar loacds Whild St. Isotijs Corn, Baltia
more Smoked anud Whtite b. 13. Dlaol and
Shouldei-5, RIliH iklt lIoarl drist and
!!ominy, FnitoH Mfarktet. Fgmilly Corne&
Beef, N. 0. th'amilyFlidr sind dhoioe Famla
ly Leaf Lard in Tin Btdotetd 6f d, 5 and 15
D. R. Flnnikenld
Oysters, Family Soap, Candles, Stuekng
and Chewing TobacS66, &e. Also,
I lParr-e) Btufbrd's Fine Rye Whiskey;
1 Barr6l Fine Nectar Wihiskcey,.
jan 25t IH. W. D I8PORT35.
Ja 0. B3OAGEA
U[atest. Style Lf I Mit D6In~s an
Sundowns. Also d fitul ido owkf Groeloes
Corn, Iabeft, &JMt a-.
AdicF, lot 8moked 0x Toiuees sad
ASugai (Id*6t H ail. .
apI D 1. R. LENNitKN.
A ftesli supply of Garden Seedis jus6 11
. MoMASTtR & DRI10P.
PEoap, 8iig&t and Qofece roc'le
ats 17 W. 8P015TA&.
eao't 17lc ~ vK
Hp FI Ordiurafce oblidrag the di*6eh'a $
f a4 rfse fhIS Athe btdy .6f (4U
tord to Io )EGj *
r . cy andes, Cocaguta