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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
Pi4i'h.-Ai Mvery Wednesday at
WJ~INA.SBOR (), .. (.
iESi urES & WILLIAMS.
TERM1S-IN AD VANCE.
O , on year, - $ 3 OC
Pa s 6 .ts 126(
Te ' " " . - 250C
Thle Old Fashiouned Mother,
iVo-would like to grasp the hand
of th.o author of the following lines -
a beautiful gem, spa. kling with home.
ly eloquence-as tender and touching
us they are rare. -
Thank God I some of us havo an
ord-faslhioned mother. Not a woman
of the per iod, enameled anid painted,
with her great chignon, her curls und
butle; who.o white jeweled hands
hdver have felt tbq clasp of baby fin.
gers ; but a dear, old-fashioned,
t*eet-votoed mother, with eyes in
whose clear depths the love light
shone, and brown hair, threaded wi i
silver, lying smooth upon her faded
check. Those dear hands, worn with
toil, gently guided our totteaing steps
in childhood, und Fmoothed our pil
low in sickne's ; oven reaching out to
1n in yearning tenidei ness, when her
rweet tpirit wias baptimod in the
pearly spray of the river. Blessed is
the tuomory of an old-fashiondd
mother. It floats to us now, like the
beautiful portfume of ,om3 wo )d land
blosoiats. 'Ihe mu1si of other voioes
may be lost, bit, the ent rancinrg
na Uaor'y of he.rs %I ill ecl in our soulm
fot-ever. Other faces will fado away
tad be forgotten, but hers m ili shina
on t il tihe ligh from iealvn por
t:ats hhallI glorify Out own When in
the fit ful paue, of busy liro our feet
wtualer back to the old hon.tead,
and crossinag the wil-worn thresbhold,
stiand orncea haure in tio low, rUiit.t
rooim, ) hallowe'd by her presence,
how the feeiing of childi.hr intocence
and delmtCenee comes over us, and
we kneel down in the umolten -un
shino, itreaning through tihe western
wiaidow-just where long yoars ago
we kaelt by our mother's Knee, lisp
ing --Our Father.'' Hlow many times
whea the tetrpter' lures ts ott aons the
memory of tho.e tnauied hours, that
motLer's words, her faith and pray
ers siut ed us from plunaiging into the
deep abyss t . Sin. Years iave filled
great driftb between bor and us, but
they have nut hidden from our sight
the glory of her pure, unselish
'lhe Beat Society.
"No comtpainy or good company,"
was a motto given by a ditinguiAbed
main to all his 3ounig friends. It was
a totto ie had always endeavored tr
follow as far as in his powr) aind it
Was it very wile one. The direction
of the Biblo ire many wih regard to
vile couapany, aid all through it wt
are taiught to shun such society, lest
we get i snaro to our souls.
Another of high position in the
world makes it a rule to associate
withl high-minded, intelligent men,
rather than with fushionable idlers I
and lie said lae had deri'ed tuore in
tellectual improvement from theni
tan roan all the books ie over
Siir Foxwell Buxton often spoke oio
the groart boaceiits ho bad derivedi fion:
his visit to thre (Gu~rnaey famuaily. Thleaa
works stimiulatod haimi to) make thi.
maost of iris powers. "It has given
color to my whtole Ile," lie staid
Speaking of his success art tire Uni
v'otrity, he remarked, "I coan m-cribi
i: to riot hing but may visits to this faraii
where I onurghIt the inifeotion of self
8urely, if our visits have such asi
influenee upon our iif'o, it should be a
mattuer of serious imiportneo to us iu1
what families we allow ourase'ves to be
intimate. 13)yS ainI girls foram at
t.eehmetst very rahihy, amid of tean witti
lit tle forethtoughrt. In this, na in till
thinga else, you sthourld not fail to tarkr
adice ot thtse whto are older and
wiser, atnd nrever, raever choose for ri
friend one argaitnst whrom yoru hay<
boen warneod by thoso who dearly love
Theore are people whose very pres
en~ce seems to lif't you up into
botter, higher tat mosphtere. Chaoasr
catch a.-sociatres nhttaoor it ls itn you
power, arid the maoro you ean live ini
their stociety, the better foar horbt mim
andr heairt. "liae that walketh wiui
Wise mren shall 1be wise : but a comt
paniont of fools shtall bei destroyed.'i
TheIi little oneo t and sevenateeo
hunreid wecighat Ciry ot'f igrus
whtichr has a rr'ived sartohy in Enagaune
after a pasage of thiiit)-sjx daya
enucounterud stor may we't aer abnaroas
conastanthy from ther t tiame shm reachewd
the barnks of Newfounrdlarad. G ales htad
to be weathered anad icelaergs avotid
ed. From thne beginninlag to the enad
of the passage, the sun was soon to ris<
a-d coet only onee, and during the ro
nrerining daysf thne weather was toe
tildk to germair of observations be'inp
toaken. Thue hIr p% cotrapany conrsisted
of Capitain Primiorez, Mr. Ifoyter.
rthe crow," arid a brindle bull ter.
T"m~onadd$ht man in lidijaa lives
at Paitakar. He' told his wire he was
gaong 'down collar to eomnnlt suicide,
hdxIdidgo dow'n..and firedi a broad.
uriinAto' a jiork barrel; His wife
kpt rht bit ,ktdittirdg, and 'after
inW cathe'ap-e airo s ear
n * he tna hd'y any feel.
ddt~vdriigto i'flpites-. pa bet sohoha.
ara 'he f 'itle puilshunentof Nebu.
ohnd ut-Er i t. Shte 'told them 'sean
years he ate grass, just like a cow.
Jit thren.a amullj boy a ked,* "Did ho
John Quinoy Adams has been in
terviewed, and hits told what be
thinks of political affairs. Ie Bys
that the netv depa.ture is a very old
departure to him ; that he seen noth.
ing it) theoon atitutional amend ments.,
apart firn their p:ocurement, which
need distre.-s any Demioorat, the fair
purport and uphot of themu being
merely to give equal civil rights and
impartial politial privileges to all
men, irrespective of color ; that lie
would have educational restrictiot for
suiffrge : that lie believes Grant will
he re-nominiated, but will 1-o overbr ur
dened by the dead weight of the
fiancial nismanatgemient of affai:s;
that the Domroeoratic fliancial polioy
mnutt be squarely in the direction of
free trade and a general reduc:ion of
taxation I and that as the tug of war
will be in Ohio, Indiana, l'eninsylva
uia and Virginia, the cnudidates ufon
the Democratic ticket should come
from these parts.
Wednesday Morning, July 26, 1871
So-Called Dead aid Live Is
Negro sutTrage in now pronounced,
and apparently conceded by all poli.
ticians, to be a dead issue, a thing,
that in, settled, and not to be debated.
Now we (10 not so regard it at all,
though we wish It einoved, by being
allowe~d to take Its ebatous and strug
gle for its life, from the arena of na
tioial, or rather sectional polities.
The thing s a gi and politico social, hu
muaitarian excperiment, grounded upon
a far-roaching philosophy, whicb,
howevt~r plausible it may seem, we
believe to be fal.o and rotten at the
core, and which time alone can verify
or diprove. We care very little for
the fifteenth amendment on this sub.
ject. Slavery was in -the conititu
tion, and so now, the equality of
races is in the constitution. I Yet
slavery is dead, and so race equality
may die bofore the expiration of thir
ty years, the fifteenth aniemidinont to
the contrary notwithstanding. The
issue is dead, so far as there is at y
sense in tryitig to chango the opinions
of the present generation of fanatieLl
and triuuphant yankees is concerned,
for they have got into the habit of
bt lieving negro suffrage ''the fruits of
the war ;" but it is alive, just as niiz
zletoo on an oak tree is alive, and
may have to be dealt with and out
away in a sinillar nianner.
Education, on (he contrary, Is pro.
nounced a live issue. We only wish
that we could believe it. It perhaps
ought to be, but is it 7 Is it not Very
nearly a dead one ? How miany de.
cently organized schools, p blic or
private, are there in South Carolina I
[low many really accomplished teach.
ers ? WVhere is that interest in this
subjict of education to be natu nllh
expected of a civilized people I
Among the Radical-, the preternled
interest in education is pure hby poori.
ey ; and amongst oth~ rs, it, is the
met est talk of the hmidifferent, content
to flatter the profession of teaching,
for which they entertain no genuinc
Emigration, too, is called a live is.
sue. "Why don't you editors stir up
the peoplo more on etnigration ?
That's the subject for tho times."
Why don't we ? 'Tho reason is pla In.
D~espite the solemn protest of "Fair.
field" on the subject, we believe that
a tolerable description of a dung-hill
cock-fight would interest our reader,
more ; and those Interesting squibs
our local gets off'upon '-whiskey" are
certainly considered more spirited.
General Butler seemts to comprehend
this, and sugar.coats the nauseous pill
of Immaigration with a lottery schemwe,
the Acadcmy of Music, and t wo thours
tand other prizes. Balh I When will
people. lerni to discrimilnate between
what is, andl what ought to be 1 Edi
tore arnd pot-house politicians write
and talk of dead iasues anid live Is
sties, as if Is ties can be mrde or un.
miade as rapidly as a Frenob political
constitution. Neverthelesg, tho woaljd
goes on as heretofore, nature refushm-g
to be chianged according to politIcnl
convenience, and what is bred in the
character coming out in the lhre. Edi
tors and polit icians are thus often like
that busy fly that bazzed about the
hores and the coachman, mod believ.
od that it controlled the fituotions and
the progress of the coach alasses
neither live nor die to their order.
PopuIation Dependent~ on Re.
Out of over a hundred German Inm
migrants brought into Latnrrens Dis
trict eighteen mont. ago, by the
Newbo, ry limmigr ation Soolety, a gen.
tiemgan-fromt Liaurens informed us onl
Saturday, that not more than ton ro.
main, and they common laborer. des.
titute of enterprise and amition,
The renonuhe give for leaving fqir
the West or siu*os nrirai,
&o., is that they oa0 ma~ke more thani
ten dollar, a month and ..a-.e ..lo .
b all that our planters, In the present
state of Agriculture, canafford to p?.y
them. It Is plain, therefure, both'
rrom reason and experience,~ t*bat un'
loss our Pyhtemu of agriculture is
uhanged, so as to enable fartners to
pay higher wages, or unless our In.
iuAtry is diversified and those branch.
ns of matnufacture that rcutiire' the
mrvioes of skilled and highly.p.id
rnoehanies are introdui3ed, it is useles
to bring limigranti to the State, for
we will not, and cannot retain theta.
'le "four e ,dolies of lm-nigrant-4 in
rour differeut p ,-tions of the State"
roature of Geno al Butlers L,ttery
[mumigration-oShewo, for this mane
reason of low wage.,. vould prose a
perfect failure, if ever attempted.
[immigrants will come, when there is
i real need for them and adequnte
,Ompensat ion for thiir labor, but not
before. This, mark yoo, is tnot to may,
,hat the will of our peop.lo cannot
bring about imuigrAtion. It it, how.
3ver, to tay, that that will must be
.telligently dii eeted, not so tmuch to
)ringing the men here, as to fostel ing
hose industriesi which will demand
>opulation and brug it, and react
.:on the great agricultural Itterest,
unhing it more tcientiri', more thor
augh and profitale. Through cItton
nanufactories, foundries, wood and
either manufictori- s, and the com
nerce springing up along with them,
ju-t 9s through the spaoious doors of a
*t.aple, will flow into the South the
,ide of population deatined to make
ier wealthy, properous, powerfui and
3oko AS a Fruit-bearing Re
We have been rejoiced to hear
that letters fiom New York to
7tntlemen at Doko, describe the
'ruit they receive from Dko as
'the best from aty southern mar.
cet." We can well believe it,
rom the beautiful specimen of
leaches sent, early this seauon, to the
lditor of this paper by Dr. 3. W.
lookhart, along with a bottle of de
ightful blackberry wine. llere is an
ndustry that we would be glad to see
wirefully fostered. D.ko can erittl
id even eurpa-s Aiken in suprly in,
Ie North with ftutt, and is viteaated
Lt least a day nearer to the market.
rhere beems to have been a fortuniate
urn in everything in F.,ii field, thi.
ear. The corn crop is certainly the
nrgest and mott successful for several
iears, and cotton now pioiimises well,
)oth as to gnntity amid prioc. And
tow here is thi. minor industry Of
rmit.r.,ising never ho nuucesslul a
luriug this year. We have ev, ry
eaTon thnli, to t.,ke. leirt, and ent.r,
xith to.ewcl r f-r's, next year, upon
~he work of repai; ing our fortuin a.
.lfak jy nmoney ia the best politcs a/ter
,l/. We~ wiould pm efer it to eveu a
lladical defX a:.
FLEA.WrIKuvILK (D ARK CoaOR.,mn)
I'AInIFIELD COUNTY, dely 17, 1871.
A large number of planters in th's
ricimity hiavin~g laid by their o0ops,
and feeling blea.t by a bountiful I'ao.
vidence with a pro.,peut of fair crops,
gave a larbecue oni the 15tb iniat.., a.d
ivitod their friends to join in par.
taking of the festivities of the meet.
ing. They were dieelipointed in get
tuig their orator for the occasien ; amid
Lherefore can only give a public et
prossions of their pent-up feelinig, by
senading you for pubilication the fol
lowing toasts, prepared by a commit.
tee appointi d just before the feasting
1st. Our State Geyerinent-,.Con
trolled .by d iehonet owrpet~bsgges
amid ignorant negroes, a dn~grace to
the age, and a cotiitry. boasting of its
progress of elviazanon.
24. Utiseraial 8&ffage-ht would
be a safe depository of the ikthrs of
our people only wisere every ?o er was
sufficiently educated to understandh
his rights, and had virtuo enough to
firmly tmainitain themn,
'Ali. State iiq-The, right of the
people ur muiipiica to make ,l
la w. necessamy tur their local govern,.
umenat, and for piotection of sectiot,aI
interest. in contrm.4 isineion, to gepo'
ril laws of tlhe, Federal Governutett
for gQtieral inteyests,.
4th. Congroe.ognal lnterferanoe
wa~th the r ights otftlie States.
5th., Th~e Sa.te-Gorernment-..a dlen
f tlhieverand boekiguauds.. WValt the
peqple subpii? The -nes6 general
sleetton aill decide.
0th Oumulative. Voting--.The @1.1)
P~rotection for the rights of mnlori
'ii h. Woman.-,Wighout her ta.s is
i brute. (Theanan Arb. dues not pun..
unto this senimuents p'opertl'isa-y
'elf A brutde) -
A few other toastg were gies by
p we cau only add. Lbe foro'er
4'ey abould be estaltslmekt byI Ihe
*letnterodu rel .o g e~j Iha
By as Guest-Frenloh Coibmunism
a)d Ainericass Radioalisni--' lierds of
a feai hor &c., vide Beat Butlet's
views o this subj et.
. The caterers for the occasion were
Mr. R. E. Q titin and the three Memaro.
Dick-on, 11nd fully gratified the pal.,
ere, of the Mo4t fast adieus. The
weetipg was,in all respects, and to
all preseint a very I.Ieoesaeton', ii d
ever)Ibody went honou well pleamed
wi.h hia enjoymenits of the day;
'.etter frra she Mountalie.
it!tirR FRnD, N. C., July 21, 1871.
That, b ig-talked of trip to the
oc, untaine tiatured unider Innuutera
ble draw back, the greatest of %h ci
a8 you Waw, unei the istrng one, our
yellow dog, TWat r, gate us in the
streets of Wini:sboro, was cOmmninaentced
Manday, July 18:h. We j -gged
aloag very plea-atly ust.l late in the
afternioon, ereless of consigqueticts,
until we hri ivid at Cortwell't, %%here
we had costimplated to nike our
flest camp. Here our small vexatior.g
coleiniece(d. Neither ut thia .tation
nor ut the next bix houses could we
obtain a penued of provender for our
h.roes. Not until wo arrived at
E-quire McNeil'e, 22 miles from
lionme, did we ficd enoligh for one
feed. It is a rather s.td comt muentary
On our country that a traveler can go
Seven mile., passing six huses, on
one of our main rom do, and not get
enough corn to uake up one feed for
two 11o80S. We had uur fun, though,
even under dIfliclties. Our friend
Joe, full of every meischief, gave out
the idea that there would be a show
up the road next morning. The en
-ui-g converbution generally took
J e-I say, old nan, you must conic
to lie tshow t.-morrow.
Dai key-Ill dar gwinea to beA bhOW,
Joe--"Yes, price only 25 centA."
Darke--"Money is usighty seace
JUe-.Z"Well, if you hav'ut Eot the
moley, a chicken will do."
D..rkey-"lions, if I bring a chick
en ean 1 P*it i"
Joe-"Yets, be sure and come, and
tell all your pe ojle."
Wtil, vir, the coni.equence was, if
we did nut get corn, (we haidly thinak
murn was nuch wo-ked along that
r ad, Jtly 18 h,) t he next noiruing
q grk.ee of all ages, little negroes and
big mo-groes, wipnen and men, caune
flocking up the road, and .u Is another
u.uklis.g of chioken, was nc.ver board
:n S.-utti Carolina. Daeming it pru
dent t. iake tiacklc. frou tho-e parts,
we got hurriedly litched uip 81141
-.tarted on our journey. One hundirei
yatnrd acua camp csan three of the el1
osed brethnm aish two cacklr.
They enquired a here that slow we uld
he at. Joe haed to again draw on his%
imaeginiation. So hee told them th.ct
it would ComeC off about. two muilese up
the rocad. This gave us time to get
out of reach of alh the wrath aend
perspiratiou of the noewly re-construa
Oar second camp was pitohed at
M<1.bil1'$ atore, #4 wiles fromt Choster.
Biut of this heeranfter. .hl4n's time
to write now. Adl are inc high spirits,
and asre .bunad to have tun, it it cane
be foundae readey-mcade ; if not, we eec
tend to ucasutasorue ace we go. L.
%Wmspcuona 8. C., July 24, 1871.
Mr. Edat'r :
Allow moy through your coluumns to
tender to my fieuds and fellow citi
sens my warmest. and most cordiah
thanks for their. brave and generous
exertijons in tny behalf, at the 'buitn
ing of my re idence on Thursday last.
Whbre 1 feel nothing hut guattitudeu
for so nitieh seal and interest, I trust
itay stot appear invidiotte 1irT es
pecially acknowle~dg9 the efforra nd
serviaes of ilbe flook anda laddereCow
pany, of the mancy colored men prow
ent, and of severaol soldier. of the
U. 8. Troop sotationed at this place.
All of them sidedI earnestly in doIng
all that it was possible to dd%.
II. A. OA!! ARID.
Thai th4 i fenien are ret a b
less, Improv Idoe race, as heq bqeet
charged by their. ecenmtes timie aa d
agulu., fee-h.,wwn by thwespoentlIy ' x1idb
It of th's aeeitonj of t)e 117:00Ir~ ,6e7
Sauvinpa amsI T'r~uet4ewpany of ..aiah
imgte. .t app~eeaa frotu the repeurt
ior the afotn h e f Jea hm~at the de
por ti wet6 . 928,3(12. j; draft,
$e54420.00; ;n in hirt y, dabie,
$'lL3.9.7. ,Tj4 lamthe. 'deu! .soor
of the y,~a saimng the p -ople who
eotnstitute Ihe geat bulk ( .tf):e de-.
posledAy r 'i, l6 bphku l te rte of
dieairgis0-,oa'sn'itnkera ichi,' the
edie iomit . of entobitg end
~iattion thet hewanted sinettwaf
The New Columbia and Augusta Ralroead.
Colonel R. It B idgos, the preai
deot of the % :miinglon, Columbia
anld Augue-ta Itailrould, we wmentioned
a few days atgo, hais c1ne aded to con
t inne his road frou C. luiemnia, whither
ho will soon suit hy thtm bh..rt cumt
from Sumser to A.guta. With a
road airsead. in openhtiosn from CO.
Nuk0tatto4 Auguda0, thin mfulst be con
s'ioered a bold stroke. lio props.-sl
an air line, as mn-rsp a-. the uuture of
thIe counity Udmis, and thu, Fave
from twenty to twent3-five miles over
the Chalotto Road, -which rum to)
withinl a few mil0s of [i'gefeld
Courth -Use, And termiinate- at 0r4n.
itejille., The lnew roal a i10 thus
have lie advant goa in distsinee ai.d
therefore, in titte. For thete rambonims
it wil doul les bare the greater slare
of tho pa.sestir trade, and mont like.
ly carry the mail. As to ilhronub
busineoo.4, nleither road will break bulk
ill oiumbia, at.d eauh a ill early
JmAt whattver it can Uflnh up at its
iorthern ter.inm. The routse will
go mnostly through a section of conn
try bil-erto uide velvped, tangential
now and then with the Charloito iad
Augusam, and perhaps to a slight de
gre e with the Soih Carolina Rail.
road. It may, therefore, teami natly
exp'ect comidefable le.oil husines.-...
Thmre will cestainly be ai liely Con
petition inl Coiutabin ; amd .\ugusta
hide fair to hecone onte of the grear..
est railroud cen'tres in the land.
Murders by loirou appear to bo
alarusiogly on the increase. Thero
are at this time ni less than seven
eases unde.going investigation, in two
of which the wonen uocuetd of the
crime, if guilty, are specimnesm of
fiends such as we ate not uhed to read
it-g of in this ninieteentihm century.
Amaong the imamy women muiderers
of the year noie stand in-ore promi.
ieuit fm the wholesale umaniner, and
co'.l deliberation i6 thelr crmes, than
Mrs. Shermanu, of Connecticut If the
charges are true against her, he has
for a Joig ltn escaspe-d the mjouori,-t y
her d..ings would have ocessioied if
she had shot or use-I the dagger iii
m-ski-g way with her victine, and lisi
t-ileutly bent one alter aio her to their
Iing awount by the use of the poison
Tie next ind more recent case is
that if Mrs. Wharton, of laltinmote,
Whih in fnow being ivestigated, and
%herein it i, surntised she has, by the
same imude of pui,uring, sent several
por--os uu,, of the world btfore their
Many other cases of p.imoning by
won.en are yet fresh in the riiids of
the put-lie, and we muay as well alk
,urerives what peculiar it.flstinaces
brngs about all the crimes of his ri
turt. If tound guilty of the .ffr-sneni
whereof they atnud-charged It them
'me hamed, va they amrs greter orini
al1 by far ttal she Who comiilit.
mumtrder in i.pen day, aind where there
-bn 1.0 n10 -t-1ht, as to who the crimni
lial iv.- Union.
The crop taccomnt?, from all por
ions oif lie South, agree jin th., te*
.nenmt that -he cormn ci op la blet. er thb.,
-a ever knoawn .hdore. Our own
anservar'iomi in the elstesrn nomd mimdil.
iountiese of this $.re-the her.:to
rore' :eatcitron grwan aeg oa .
-.bundl~ance' of corn will b.: made. for
the hnome supply--a esindmtion of
thing~s whiebm has not, within our memi
try, existed here bmfore.
A .large area h4. been plantomd, and
-he prop is better than we have ever
known it. Thi. valmuble aiereal is
now be)yondl the danger ot',untowiard
seaisonis. All thrughs thIis seotionr thme
coil,, elcept thast gro on bottom
lanmd, andl whi.-h sw-idom suffera tfor
*a.,t of suol su.e, is as. far umature'd
am, be mate trqm excessive heat anad
rlrusrht. With harge sorni crops we
aball' fand o diiffioumlty In remiaing
menat. We truist ad believe thamt
Georgia planters are at last remalis.
ing th'e ismportance of rtisin~g foil
uanplies of provisionse of all kind.
Oni all sides and fromm every lparter
we hear cf diligerit effouts direct..d to
this importaus watter.-A ngusta Cron.
"'the Butber'ordton Outlis."
Under thib heding, t e Aiheville
(N.C.) Pioneer of thme 20th inastat,
gives the fosllowing -inftormsation:
"We learn that a large numsber of
men, for wh,'pn larrants have been,
issued, hieve fled to Cherr) Moiuntain
amid for'tt6ed themselve,.s i lesemi.
Gen. Morgan, in costmmand of 100 aol.
dier and a.s :nony cit izesg as h~e
cogaid pugonss, atmarted on Faiday
hemt with a ,ise Qf surrounding the
imountain amnd coempelii.-g them to
surrender. It has -b,-en ascertaineod
s[tlhar. sdaatlaws have purdihasedI
haif a keg of giu.powder, and lead in
P*prfprtmonth wi hich to maske ress
tance when the eiffut:Is waad. to cap.
ture them. Several of them have
beend)eard to remuk :"Wo ehave
to jeeve the coqntry, and we'll have
revings efore we do so."
~'hp rem rmns of Grote, the hitorian
Alpb4bu e pte ohbee forth' r r
*up. stratlce 6.0 4Pont's Cor.
n~et," gear therm'opu ppa ef, qa.taden
David Glasricks and Isae Gsbo,
mahe pall was borne bry-Lords Gran.
gd. prte M f the 'tiliol
Gjeg . JospsM),A 4bit. ,ohn
~tpqrd~ Lppds*. boe.M.' 4
'tio tamo wkefil~btta Cobb~ JI~
66flflsL btisfeelf to - trIg .. fr e te
~Is ~' a' V~the ie iemsj
NVw Y ai J.lv 19 -Tao Time,'
Laindon co. ie pomideua'. sa I lithe clai.
main I-f tie Tiebborne14, ei!ute I- ai it.
legitimate moin Af ofi S, J.,t:tes Ti.h.
horne by his eok. M -ry 0 ol, tha
the' real Sir Rog-r ei i-bed, as ha
hevin reported it 1 p59.
Jo'inoiN, 30tl, 19.--A ilit fli 1.1 i
presm trait g ilg Southtt on tee N.ith
Mid land r ail way, ran iito a 1, eight
t rain t.ear Cheto(te1 field Stit ion,. T wo
p+-sergeis wero killed1 ouitriglit a d
thity are reported ii.jur1-1, some of
w< In will die.
Priie- Fredleriuk W illinao has li-fr
Es on hi-i ret'aro to Eiglad. le
come4 direct to Oxborne, whero he ro
nains ai.i ith roisl fr.aiily.
A World -pe-ueial snym : Glils'ni.c
will 6tate III tho lii,,, o of Cii. 0o1.1%
to-morrow that the Government ha-,
d.-termiiied to abolisli the purhat-e
myst ei, in d. fiance of ite temstatice
ol the Lord., or failing ini this, to it
1:ARIS, July 20.-The Gormais
Reyiteli i n avor of the invalida.
visiting tho batha,
'Te 13:dget for 1871 is reduced
124,0000 0 fliies, without charginag
army appi opriat it'll.
Ioderu Rollin is a oandidate for the
The 8iecle editoiially fNvors the
The A-sembly voted an imposition
of a -tanp tax of te ocntimes oi
billa over teu francs.
AUGUsTA, July 18.-There have
been heavy riins, 14ccomnpanied by
dlertrict.ivo witida, for several daur.
The dama of the Langley cotton fi'a.
tory aid B1th paper miii i,-irniated (it
Ilorbe Creek, tix miles fron Augu-tn,
broke at 4 o'olock thiA uiorning, the
volume of wAter striking the South
Uarohna Railroad, sAept away the
emnbankinent and track for half a mile
rhe daimge to the road is iepiaired
And trains are running.
Sonic three hundred operatives in
he will- are thrown e ut of einplo-y.
munt. Lobb, fifty thousaid dollars.
CiNCINNATI, Ja'y 18.-Two men
were seriouly it jured by the exploi
nion of a soda fountain ; one had ;Uth
Ahi La broken.
A coal oil can with whi.h a mat
Praa lighting a fire, exjloded, killinur
)>10 and terribiy burnitg aiodher
Toe people of Green. ille, Ohio, ni e
about hauging it n.-gro for rape.
CinCAGo, Jly 18.-G -vern ir Pat'.
ner, of tial.oi-, will a -ria the Sheriff
vith th who-le p-Aer tit the Statt, in
Irre tig the pe - t o hiih, d
4il, the nii W. whIp A his er.!I.
From New York.
?3UFALm, -.N1% 18.- R':ah-ii J,
(iiprhmmuet for I.hick tainsig the
[hmfAklo phy iein,.
set ini the a oaiim Suead a y. Co .,.
nodo.re Smiermnan iv sa alo ne ~I ot
tight rme:Tn 1e r8. S -t vi:i-I I n in hef
it the Oce.a.e Y..oht club weuc
Nr'.W Or.F.ANS, J l 8.--Xlbert
Hecyeta iii aN imt d,-adli hile swigg,
mity, b'. M ight~ 1 A. R~odger,.
3. uxe, jealousa. Trbe imrd, rzr~ ha
Fai Menteith, Olerkinw ini
Dhioppim,'s sw mre, St. J.o pie,' arishi,
whbo ws muerdered May 10 hi, the
botdy thrown lito the im'tr. and the
ro.e robbed anid bnm ned, ty fouir nae.
ites--t. day the Jarn, cuomtpdaed os
iii white and esix e lorend, founti theon
tin'lty of araonw, busrglar) and murder.
LourIsvar.L.Z. July 18.-A de'stnrao
Live atorm oceoumred aiong~ the L~outa
ville and Nashville, Rai-rmad. A
freight train win asblo from the
amwitc'h aeos~ the miaifi trauk, and
threw a passenger train off'. No lives
From North Carolina,
Wtr.tmoron, July 17. -In Robe.
ion oouuty thin nmorning, Ltiwrey anid
bis band of negro outi.aw. waylaid anid
killed Daniel Mlurdock Mct.Jean, a
prvomhient ei5 isen, and Ihngh Mce.an~
his brotheer, a 3outh only thairteen
rears old. Th'Iey also wounded A roh
ibald McCollumn. Tiaese parties
woere riding along the public road in
a buggy, and were fired on from an
thicket in the woods. A roarful statmi
f terror exists among the women anad
ahildien in Rob~eson county. TI.e
Shmriff has a pose o t one hiunidredi
andc fifty in the field, btat their efforts
husi far are- utterly fruiless. ,
8r. TAMxas, July 1, sia Povto,
Rico July 15. The steamer d-Virguaia,
asreturnea t o the [land ofIT:lnidad.
The-was uniable to land her, *expedeJ
iou io Cuba. The Spaulai~ wer
teeimer Tornado, a te Porto Cubello,
Apr~~tobabl y go to TrlihIai.noai:,i.
H AVANA, July 'I9.'WTb.h- terent
ene alts Outalteos mm, Larda'and j
plauotel (Ohayoho Coruangrade-oire
aureql and execdtehka illa Clatrt,
Franotea( Jualleot 'A'djati'ht, sad
judigo OGuirul, &eretauty of Geu.
ru~efe/ *&W o ed't
M lEDhtr118 July 19.-A miorioura
red 1.,t .L gim whiiuj -urpatov.d toll),
tsiimi-g here ill %urm. Teleptqi. p omleo
wete pto-ratid(, tao. s ul.rt.ied ao
Vill- 41 II.. iii il4141110t ti) %Ito Ceo, ). Tile
bight e-z, ros to Dlii ota thle Alm cahiu
a mntI i oiteut liii oi il, lictio fur
t"l:lltis1galoo, Ow h t. o r Gorp aid .J uvc
itm, Itl th It 'a at t u i re-Ic waugt d
OWt y fle floo)ad. Timeiipim114or
warnsl L 141, &.ia 12 or 15 j llS..otiogord
M ~l-tlt5, J uly20_-,rite itavt liii
%V11111. i ; ..y (ti., ticet- of 11-C Mlemi
1jio ;m-1~ ('ial I tooo r it rolaad, It tioili,
eaim. of' it, la G0ra Joa,.et ii ']'li
(P oltwtl. (I ittmm tratmi, ci.)iiie, tede nr,
ot th li iloch. l-aled-.-Geworg
0 bbt., the eilgilii.. c, M ojIjgm)iit-ty
aieI e orn it I at.Vi i n~e.ce
"AtIN(l0, .-: 22.--The TThu
tted S4.6laes Al~~4 .1 ot ilie N.. ty Y.11-41
tot i litllSntlodlular:.. S u p jo.se.l 434w
P-1ti 111141(11J, t*11'aa 11 im.
It i.1 Imow Ihi Iaa.md T alots 1-Y tit,
C~l)ji~oo f I i 1111 t a II 61o-41,-y 1.4 titn t
ii re, 11.11 $'0 0,000. Ill 1141101311111 to)
airatilory uoitd camm' i i aloaiewaots utad
gt(ti (I' l 1 ii i 4lo 3' lIiU ICS.. tiloe iiiUNCUtl
itoIta I I y d.-t0 I, I ly(. Thliis 0,11illeiid
1111111y , .3 v wa iplki c., ntaoil. I, ill Ari rmo ts
of ao:1 OialohmIn-,t-tiieo wit, s1.eciii,,tos
Olf utjitt)rto,,, l*-.F',ii a vilotoie ciIVlo
let loll. 11taiiog Ihe fire theare were
ttiatl.3 4 XpoLc"i.ais fritta a hell ftoodl oil-.
od tit us-kets, but tiv oue %%as hi b
Prom New York.
Ni -.I Yoni. Jtitly 2'2. -Prof. Juhn
A 1);,!e (II coton~ raised toy WV. 13.
MecShaw, lJuCo motilty, A-i-ii m, piceol
6) iimo-1f, wife uiid daaU eulter, ill
thiomr parlotr, aNtd which hi aid gaint-d
jiretmtaint aiggregatimog. $3,312, msaud
to da) at 5o cews peur pautu. The
bulo weighedo 443 p.omaids.
From (!ill foruit.
SAN EPRA NCtFCO, J.ly 22.-A %vatcr
qu.JU in Nevadit lifted a paadetoger
mtaiimo foti (011lie track.
Ali iitiei~diiry ffro deattroyed the
IOUStaeaLai piti ti f time town uf Tc
-Up-,t the wi lmoravaul of the niflil
taoy 11,1 Amoador u..uiity. leraguedo,
mtao mr resol veil the.y vaoiiid wo k .f.r
lioam-sctiv'.es naud their taijlie,. nehiy
ha.ve armued themselves,, 'and de
claIre tile) %%1.1 doet'oi tioli-t lves to
tile lu.,t. FightinA ii aoticip atd.
LOuisvimlLE. July 22 -Nine alkog
ed 1(oa Klux moalu hb em, irmiigmt, hou e
r.-ti Fl E'to : icmii eoamtl of1 011)hoii, it
tP at at"1'd, pt-eled i oa til ho .ta It
ppaL r, ti. t the Isitidl i, loc I tit IEi
(lIii uod l'owtq il oliml im. T . cm Illt
ptiers we o I1A41ollta $1 ,00~0 bail, eubh
(a sE wc i ..1.leoltn
GALVFSTo-IN, Juily 22.--The fi 4t
Loii . m ) tI0 f A3$ t)~i''I tO