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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
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W L7V NSBG R O, S. C.,
1EI's1ORT'INES & WILLIAMS.
TE'RNS-IN AD VA NCR.
O rf"#Npfn year 5 8 00
Fiyo . -. " - 12560
Ten " , t -25 00
The Cro )s.
ind Jourual tins this to
say of the crops: Owing to an C
tWifibdpjsevere 'Aroiglit tie crops have'
bsfpii mIatpria6l,ly :,Oltected. In sowo;
portions of the gotukyl there. has not
been a raitiin sik Weeks. ' Corn has
dt.iad' up in soinoplaes, -to -the tassel
aniltto foddor is of course ruined, or
nearly so. Shoold the , drought oot.
tiieo long,otton- will begino -shed,
amd esc nsequently the yleid hit4-ially
reduced. From every quarter conies
the universal cry for rain, and dying
vegitat ion, eloquently, though mutely,
makes its lappeals aliso.'
-The Udion Times has the following
regarding the crops ii Union courity
Corn is suiffering badly. In niny
places it Is almost-beyond the hope of
tmking more than half crop.
(Jottoni iA also beginning to Show
disastrous effects of the drought. The
late rains of the Spring prevented
niany, who had over.cropped them
selves, from oleaning their cotton from
grass until some timo after the dry
wouthor aet in, and in such oases the
ciopsis enltring iiost. A rain in a
fewdaywill save the crop and give
the plantOrs, generally, a fair yield.
'iho: ePidkens Souitinel says t We
hiive been enjoying fine ausons of
rain,.'aud although the days are
at tuneso6ppreosively warm, the nights
are unisbually delightful and pleasant.
if intercst to Cotton Planters.
Yo, learn from the "Morey" arti.
elc of the Now York Journal of Coin
ineorce, of the l6th instant, that a late
legal docision, if honesotly car iod out
by tho lederal Executivo Govern.
mxe ict, will restore to plantors a siall
portion of the tax on cotton unjustly
extorted from them in 1866-'67 and
'68. Itnsmuch as the duty was ai
by.Act of Congress upon cotton, and
not upon burlop covers, cotton bag
ging, iron ties, or ropo, tuit was eom
tamened against the Government and
a decision rouched that the tax was
only coliectable on the net weight.
Tho tare usually ranges from twenty
six to thirty pounds per bale, and it
is s;aid tibe Departmct has compro
inised on allowance of 80 cents por
bale. Whether this conoet-sion is
general, or'the refund will oply.;be
mado to those who paid under protest,
reinains to be seen. It is easy to see
that if 4,000,000 bales paid h4 tax
and the refund is in ado oi eacti, then
tho claimants will bo entitled to up
wards of $3,000,000.
A BentilfuI Thought.
-When the.summer of youth is slow
ly wasting away on the nightfall of
age, and the shadow of the past be
c0iioes deoper ,uyd deeper, and life
wears to its .olo, it is pleasant to
look' through the vista of time upon
the sorrows anid felicities of our earlier
years. 'If we have a home to shelter,
anmd hearts to rejoice with us, and
friends have beeni gathered around
our ftresidles, thena the r-ough places of
wayfarinag wi haivei iJoon worni and
sioothied away in the twilight of life
whailo :the manny <dark spots we have
passed through will grow.. brighter
and more 'ooatifu. L Papyy, indeed,
are those wthose intercourse with the
world has iiot chtaniged thte tone of
theseo holier .feelinge, or broken those
inusical ohords of the heart, whose. vi
bratioini are so nielodious, so tendler
and so touching in the evening of their
The Prineccof Wales and the Mlarquis ef
The -divinity bedging royalty in
these. days does not amount to much,
but such as it Is it renders the life of
the Marquis of Lorno somewhat un
enviable. The Prince of Wales ut
terly refuses to receive his sister's
hlusband as a miembiet- of the royal
family, and at the State ball, recent
ly, gave orders that thme Marquis
should not hoeadiited at the royal
entrancee. ie was accordingly refus
ed adodittanee, and the Princess do
ehined to outer except with her hus
hand, say'ing -that her place was where
lie-.was. T1hie Marq1uis would not
take th o Princess in by the ge neral
publie, entrance, and the result was
that they did not. attend the ball.
The Southern Ilome published at
Charlotte, N. C., Says :A dinner
was given on the 13th on the grounds
of the.N. C. Militrary Institute to the
colored Conservatives of Charlotte.
Addresses were deliveredl by Gov.
Vamnee, Gen. 'Young, Col. Jones, Col.
Osborne, and llov. Mr. Uieod,colored.
Everything went. off pleasantly, We
hope that the day is not far distant
when the colored race will feel that
their interests arc identifiod with
ours, and then they will vote for ro
speotable natives, instead of carpet.
bsggnrs of the PIke and Littlefiold
The Wilmington Star of the 25th
ilt., furnishes thte annexed items from
Re b son,County : .
Thore was no Dews from Robeson
county yesterday. Sine. the release
of thme wives of the outlaws they seen)
to have kept otit < f thec rarge of the
Sheri i.'s party. They wer~e soon last
Friday and a volley fired at thes, but
they were at such a distance Itbit so
dambge was dond. -We lea'n that one
John S~ir~e hlir, a white man; was with
tIlem at the time.
Nas engaged to bimar me ti
his month to a #Iung an. from .
Louis, A felw ays o won
iOr:. edbidence, k 6in, we
a14thes in a valise with him, which on
his arrival, she wished to see. A
snall pistol was in the valise, to
whieh her feminine curiosity also ep
tended, and while examining it with
tillotuudito toward her, it discharged,
infliotin g a Mortal 'wound. Her in.
telded husband is now nearly insare,
andl has to be closely watchdl,'for f4a
of his using the adme wealion to foll'
We learn that two of* our citizens,
living in the upper sootion of the
county, repaiiod to the North Caroli.
na corner-stone on Thursday morning
of last week for the purpose of set
tling a difficulty which had suddenly
sprung up between them. The par
ties were acconpanied by their ros
pective seconds and friends, and a
large crowd of spectators, both white
and black, were early upon the ground
to writness the affair. A note to us
bearing on the matter, says: "After
the ground was measured off and
everything got ready, the challenge
was withdrawn and the crowd dis.
persed ."'-Lancaster Ledger.
Wednesday Morning, Aug. 2. 1871.
The aduge is familiar, that "I1rror
Ia partial truth," and as the witticism
has it, "No man' is always or alto
gether wrong, for even if a clook doei
not run, it points the hour correctij
once in every twelve hours." Thert
is, then, a truth at the bottom of coin
munism, a yearning after inalienabli
rights that commends itself to the in
tellent and the consciences of all men
There is, dou"'tless, suoh a thing al
hereditary rights and privileges, and
every man believes it, though cursing
puddle-blooded conceit and thi
haughtiness of a noble descent, be
cause he himself is striving for proper,
ty, for rights and privileges, to trans
mit, at the same time that he cursei
the conceit and pride of others, t<
to whom 7 to his oton children. Thert
is, that is, in the hk&art of every mart
who ha suffered injustico from clan,
nilhness, a settled purpose that hi,
chidren bhll be independent of it
And he wotild not have the mora
constitution of the world changed, s<
as to defeat thin natural desire. I
would have it remain quite a possi
bility for him to accomplish his deter
mined purpose. [n the cdo of hi:
own children and family, he woulc
prefer the privilege of transmnittiu
.social standing, influence, &e., whil<
ho rebels at the unduo, because over,
stated claims of the children of thi
earnest men of the generation before
him. .Now communism is, in one of
its phases, simply rebellion againa
the unjust protonsions of kings and
the higher classes, whether founded
4on descent, intellect or wealth, to die,
tate the fate of the root of the commnu.
nity. It is the spirit of a manly pro
test against the littleness and th'
meanness of caste, and in so far, all
sober philosophiers and right-minded
meni, who believe that what makes the
man, after all, is manliness, thorough
oughly sympathize with it. .It hmn
spread, it is spreadhing, and wil' con
tinue to spread. It is carried to ex.
tremnes and even to horrjble excesses,
it is true, and it cannot ignore tbc
just rights of hereditary virtue intel,
leet and character, without running
into error. But the world has had a
little too much of the absurd claims
of certain little puddles of blood, and
the indignant reaction against-the vain
pride of those with a little sprinkling
of blood from some g6leot puddle,
and with no other merit whatever, is
altogetherr wholesome. The absurdi
ty to our eyer, for instance, of the
Prince of WVales cutting his sister for
marrying the Marquis of Lorne I Not
many years will soon put an end to
all such as that. The worla moves,
and as it moves, it grows,
J. Q. Adams dn an Education.
al Teat for suffrage.
Suffrage having been, taken from the
cantrol of the States by the flftceeth
amendment, and being now under the
control of the general governmerat, it
becomes a serious question how to cr
rcct the evils that have already re'
suited, and which threaten to resultin
the futuare, from its too wide exten
sion. -J. Q. A dams suggests, in a late
interview, the Massachusetts educa
tional test as the proper remedy.
This we regardas a practical measure,
if the United States government will
take hold of it, and embody it in an
other ainendment. That, after all, is
the way to go about reform. Lot, the
three amend ments stand, sabd add
three mor'e to them, -If necessery
This educational teat would easily
pass three fourths of the Legislatures
If proposed next winter, before the
Presidential cnet. .a ..:sggs
ok D# og*tia sails by taking up
the at , and claiming cr .
a f asures to eman1,
cipato the%'blo ka a d then to en.
Slaase na~u JBancock.
The New York lIerjld,, with great
p lausibity, hei Urkiugc oirti.
nation next year by the Democrats of
Vh e and IIarsodk IgitAht Graoto who
'is it do* gefieraily iokcbieeiel wifl be
Chiefbigstce Chobei tai 1by i lIsoddsi thc
ablest Mian now .in publie life, and hig
record commends him to the entire
country. Ove of the earliest of free.
soilers, and tbe firs 'tO dvoicate negro
suffrage, he wIl not be di~splej.Ang to
that poition (admitted to be very
small)-of the negro vute capalo of
reflection. He 'is the author too of
our natiotpal cuiirency, the beet tbe
wPrld has ye seen. Of the mi.litary
record and exenplary charnotor of
General Hancock, it-is superfluous to
speak. We therefore, agree with the
Herald that its ticket of Chase and
Hancock is the strongeit ticket we
can at present think of for the Demo.
cratio party in 1872.
Lettei lon Ie nMuntanss.
"'Asai.iLJ.K, N. C., July 24, 1811.
From Hickory Grove, (McDill's
Store,) there are two roads left to the
choice of the traveller. The qitestlun
was much debated whether it would
be by the shoals of Broad river, run
ning through Saundy Creek an- Tur
key Pen, or through the Nation.
The nation road being the most direct
we concluded to take it, much to the
chagrin of the D.utor and Joe, who
still think a great deal of interest has
been lout sight of by not going through
the Pen to the Shols.
At King's Oreek, we got the first
sight of Kings W'untain. Althoutgh
y u cannot get a full view, yet it
makes a very guod appearance from
this point. Nothing of interest oo.
ourred until within one-half mile o0
Dr. Black's. Ifere the Blue Ridge,
ono grand objective point, bursts inte
sight with a sndld ell ness, that ma koe
every one involuntarily rise from hif
seat and exclaimn, "there they are l'
At Dr. Black's. we ,ofus,-ed the Ail
Linle Rail Road. This point is 2
miles from York ville ; 30 miles fron
Charlotte ; 35 miles from Rutherfori
and 36 from Chebter. It hus all the
appearances of a town in embryo,
If the Rail Road Station is mndo
here, we have no doubt That it will
soon become a rising and thrift.
Dined at Buff..lo Creek. We dc
not make very rapid time. U~nfortu.
nately we started with two sick men,
-the Doctor and Tonm. On the see,
a ndl day's drive, we hardly passeda
farm-hbouse that th~ey did not have t(
ask for chiekens, butter, eggs, apples,
milk, peaches, potatoea, or anything
in the eating line. They started Vith
refle three or four: bottlef of msdi.
cine, but don't think they have had
tinio to take a dose, Drove on t(
what is called t he First Broad. Hure
we mtade bu'r 'third eanmp. At this
point a disoussion ardse,the decision
of which may be of interest to the
ladies of Fairfield. It was on the
subject of eboking a chicken. After
so~me had gie hefCheed"x
perienee in this line and others had
quotedt from. their home-folks, we
think our friend Joe clapped the el
reax, when he gave in bis opinion as the
best plan of doing the thing up
brown, (not a la Breton,) was to roll
it tup in a thiok cost of mud atnd bake
it foathers and all. We~ would rew
speotfully ask, someo of our cooks to
try the 'experiment. Ours didn't do.
On the 20th we- di-ove to liuthier
ord. Our experience from thbre tc
Ash ville, will be given in our next.
Clannishness militates severely
against the qjuitude and pleasantneos
of society. 1.t festera haughtiness on
one hand, and jealousies ont the other,.
Thti bil has' been too juslly char ged
against a large proportion of the citi.
.cons of our State.- It is just that no
legislatioui, rio convetionality can
plreyeng the 1|lbis(on of' hociety into
classes, w hen mueh diviasion isngoverned
by the diflerent qtnalifiottions of
mind, and of heart ; but It is vanity
for An. olass to ptesume that they &re
formed ofbettor 01ay than otherp,
and torefuse communicatIon with all
who are not of the same family stock
with themuelVe.. Dt'ing' the late
four years conflict .of*arms many so
Ver# itlowe were dealt uspou: this Ides.
'The. Yankees thrdgh 'their. bated
of olannishness, eot perhaps Divitte
Provid~nee through the Xankes,'did
ab vast deal to break the haughtiy
Ipiritof aristoos#es 4Ie Iamark(-.
ble that whieour\ -otoatarje
suffere4 oat gverely in that bloody
struggli the hp viest 3nd longest con-j
$Jilnued, nwe 1 uzo tho ortiQIu
where this spirit prevailed to the
greatest extent. "Cod made of one
blood all nations of m)on."1 This
blood relation plants the element of
sociali iin pur I tur ., avnd --WIe
b'Ciselmebks ' e id, hooiety'is
peaceful, contented and happy ; but
Wbdret4c its'.cultivatfou ix. neglected,
there is a withetiyig blight working
Pt the core of society. The spirit of
bhr istianity is opptsed t'o hi-imitage,
monkery, clnnishness and all such ;
and wherever it exists the social cle.
ment is culiv.ated to a high degree.
But ulaal often the spirit in, in the
letter lost and casio invades the sa
cred walls of the sanctuary and says
to one sit thou down bore while I sit
up yonder. But strange to relate,
what God has failed.-to do, the world
has nocomplithed. It has erected a
platform en whIch the patrician and
the plebian can meet on a common
footing. There they hop together,
they embrace each other, %ind alimobt
kiss each other.. So much fur danc
ing. Pilate nud ierod made filends
oi: a similar ocesion. They agreed
to crucify Christ; theso crucify Him
afresh and put him to an opetn sham we.
The conrmunieation of "B," in
your last is.ue has been the cause of
.uch lively discussion.
Who is "B," aks one ?
What is he driving at, '
Why, don't you see ie's a Commu
No, he is the avant courier of the
whole arny of Yakee Philo,-ophers.
Ile is a Pharatee of the Pharusees.
Well, he can't pretend to be reli.
gions, or lie w. uld not speak so light.
ly of things sacred.
lie is a socialist of the Free Live
Oh ! you mistake-don't you see
he bpeaks ironically-and so on.
Colonel James 1'. Low, Chief Eu
gineer of the Blue Ridge Railroad,
lis in press an eluborate report,
which istfull of valuable information
and interesting statistics concerning
the rond. The kubject of narrow
guage rhil'vays no attracting attention
thioughout the countiy is thoroughly
discussed, oand its me its and denme its
explained. The adaptability of
the tradej in this State, is fixed
almost to a certainty. The re
port is complete upon this subject,
and as we learn it is to be issued very
soon, we hope the merohars and the
people will look thoroughly into this
subject, of so much importaioce to the
Slightly sarcastie was the clerg.
man who paused and, addressed a mati
coming into church after the sermon
had begun, with the remark, "Glad
to see 34)u, air ;comie in ; always glad
to ace those here late who can't, come
early." And decidedlIy self possecssed
wa v~he mian thus addressed in the
presence .of an. aatovuished- congrega
tion, as h.a responded, "Thank you;
would you favor mue with the text ?".
There is a story told of the officers
of a Brivish ship dining with a manda.
rln at Canton. One of the guest.
wished a second helpinag of a savory
stew, which be thought was some sort
of duck. Not knowing a word ol
Chinrve he held bis nlute to his host
sav ing, with a smiling approval,
''Quack, queek, quack 1''" Imagine
how his countenance fell when the
hoat, pointing to the dish, responded,
"sBow, ow, ow I1,
A New York WVorld letter says that
in the suppr~s~don of the Paris Comi.
mun~e 30,000 persons were slaughter
ed, including 6,000 wothen and chvil
dreni. Ninety thousand prisoners
were taken, and the police are lookina
for 60,000 more.
"Tbhrough tlckets" to go "round
Abe world" are for sale in London at
$1,250 ; bitt thes nonundrum in,
"What is the use of going round
when your ticket entitles you to go
A t a dhinner party, recently, all the
vegetabves were served in Chinia dish
es, maade eaeh to renembles a flower
surrounded by green loaves. Th~e
effect was very pretty.
.It is said that kesosene, applied by
mean.-~ of mnoisted cloth to stoves, will
effectuiIly keep them fromt rv..ting
during the sumamer.
Beocause horses are used to reins, it
dhoes not follo'w that they are unaf
fected by wet weather.
Peecoher saja ho loves music from
a de w harp to David's harp. But
wasn't, David's a Jiew's harp 1
,Why does a woman residing up two
pairs of stairs remind you of a god.
dessa ? Biecaume she's a second floor
. If somne logicians assert, that there
is no to-morro#, we want to know how
there esa be a yesterday.
Considerable icknessB prevails in
Zianoaster county, and maany of the
*egeoes ate dying.
- -m -....
WA8 ON J V7. 0
Gordan x ; bny,
gonorally, was rr orative of other
Conservative wi es. H1e3 know of
no Ku Klux as- described in the pa.
~- n -td:-hud- bret- i-; ibyer
best people to join an r a 'zati
the object of wAhich w 1 I -
protective. and .no - disguises Uuder
tpe lead of bad whites a rising of
regroes was apprehended, which,
without sonic organization on tihe
trous. TlhlN9~fj %#iVAp1lluded to
Wlas )'It politcal pt.d was ever u. d
Ioi' polit ial iirpaseas. ' h'ng? s
.lid n' es-entVally. syrdp:kthiz' with'
tie Republioin' party t'e T1beg
hd 'an eqlirf fifat'rt w 4pl?, It it'
r in gbood kvel-noik1. "l'Wiyf
pait of thb 8'ou'tVaii 6t1d W ti
. tent had. bqeen inieo'ked sino. the
r witr by Radie meautps, eh t ey
t reg.rHas great 41dn a's we!) p b
miitr'y .4retN, with, Iit %'Vran- 'or
' charges';'dud;tri ltai'd1h iwUsNoM
of intiocerit 9r"6n . ""t' '"h'fbdT1
e that hO r atty of the Soiatern people
hia'd comnrtfed treason.
r Iov o url. 2 I.-fHn h'M's.
Hlardmnan;:of'Ma'6dV;O rgir bM~'fed'
thiit hie'lkiV8f fjWbl'il(OICI b 6T .
iatioth. Tila whitedI inigrivd 'of tfie,
blb44, *et6 kept f-rimn the po 1iY
intimid ution, thle' !! ngroes,, "having
taken palbn polls.'. No or
a ganizaed' Niolgne6 or 9 positioni o tie
S..ij exccpt ifr oni in' diee -'hei-e'
Le .:i a hy br of.'ie'gr'o'es Id11 a thnin'teW t'6
tar'ind feather i tieo for votiing'ti6
DAmoertid ticket' l th'e to, -vwnsI
. Amrorg th9 1,u -R'uk' witierses td
daywas a" mebi'er of Ithe xO'ro d,.
Miss., grand jury. lie a' ilidhb
lican. 'heir finrvestigntion of dinor
ders Ahowed politics had nothing to
do with them. Their taxes were in.
creased. tlrLefold. School toeahers
were sent arming hgMna ft'-ixty :ddllars
per uidtth,'and were not 6nteht'w ith
ouelf buildirigm ad countiris could fur
nish, bnt must have now onecs for their
aver-ge of twenty-five negro scholars.
Cohabit ion of-tiegroo4 with . White
women al ways p6vdked'assauilt, buti
a majority of e.oa hwd their' origin
WAsIIN2ToN, July 29,.-The 'sub:
r Ku Klux Committee hako returned
from .Sourih Carolina. T.be cn'eral
Seomniitce adjinins on Mdn'da; leav'
itrg tihe lib-cornin itt cc, b't ex ima i'n
o o her witnesses. h'lle se,1i- ffiLLi I .'
' port of the conirittece, pubilihed i
the Star, gives a terrible c.,nditiorn of
r affairs in r outh barolin.- The- koe
ril tenor of the 'Cvidgnuic 9bovs ine
ficieficy and 'radalify onl the part of
th State Governnient, an'd inabilit'y
to'rnove. It is said the eitizoos eon
a trol tie youtg nen, who - Ku Klux
tile white and black Republicans.
. The Commissiontr of Internal Revc
rnue is having refunded the cotton t'ai
collected on ro pe and bdgln--known
as tire tare--which amiounts to from
fifteen to twenty pounds on each
bale. Tie amount of'9otton tax col
lected 'by 114 tovcrhiun1tit was aboU0
$81,000,0001,' 's1;d -" toff'llNi Uikrlount
abow~t .$3,000,00O-is the .ropoandbag
ging, (or tare tax, h inch, isino1W beilng
refuinded, under Section, 44 of. 'the'
Ao eof Congres% approved,' Junie -8(o
1864. . in alhiw-oflths himnd, the~
Scertmfieate of' tire Collee60o f ntesnal
evneis. requirqd. .r
SLLuhVIArra, uly t#5 ha Iebtpatt
~robbery trailcoud,itid lor~he N!obilr
ty, lIenitucky, brat Satrurday nr1tht,
by three mnn who'got on the train at
Union eit~y; and at Mehimi.+. "Uhenr
Lie .trrji, lin196 t wo, yf~t f 4gglp
got (off and theconfggeretq, ypjqd'.
on AtbQ platl'ogr , . .A .the t-rg~i, eoved
out fropj'the depot, the. tyo, jurnpqe
into tire ucpressag~r, overpoweoroi the
-messenge;r and4 robbg .. t~he, pfp .4
j$i0,000,.lialtd, the trjip i
.ed off', ard disappoe r'ej~ &
- ro'uC#York.' i11i
'a Niew YQ~rx, .July, '25.-eharles
a Dyeaaitn engineer for .-It'ulson'sa
'frst steamer on ;the i Huidsorrpandcee..
.gineer 'of the fi.t otdw h~i
and.daiiasippi rilvers. tos.Newi On
l ea'n., (lied yesterdtay;'sget! 80.
e Theb wife of Gideon LeeO and grands
a daughter ofJobp.q,91QppMe at
-i *v Wront' ngian6.42 -a
publdios thd d'elaflei'o1 a' ~ir di of
terrible, 'agh 'diie' sbo~a whbich
Srecently 4eattrrb'd. 1n 'one o% the
I ~rihundrn c'r' a/ei-e4swill
and mnn 'oflthei" 1:mro 'iii a
killed. Sixty dead'. o'dies hive been
r remiovgd; 'tihe re oftiinaba'a
a have fled tthelshslnd, bhrio t '
' deui ulat . J7 0,
Prom MtsabN. '"'
ST Lot'8 Jy ,-A:violent
bail stormr in I'rde CrounC !ty issor'~
desrrati'edrft aid' toh&eb 'y *d'.
The.~ r opffit' 'a~t hi? TldlikWt ~Ibffe -
Satsg antidd' Blig TmEe, N~wdiev'-lfilkd
white utergf'g to-.' 'seno'p~i unia
Hath"-etried kond 'founid guilty of
'murdet'Inr the 'frgt degeb. ti"''
dih d rssipa tron a ron yearssn
dlost all h,,aratyL .IHis WI e
'of .taoe on 11j 5ylik. Wf
Diow at Dali a(M., onIt or July
871, M a. MO 1jE t . W , daugh
.ter of a M 0 D. (1e of ying
.bro, , ers io n 1a
days. 'She wa bo in fai Co ni
S. C., on the 224 of Janup ry. 1843.
She leaves behind an Iffeedonat#rlhus
band, two little hilllren and many rein
tives jsid friends to % .ryggTr
grant they nay alnl mei hertn Ieaven.
Tioe dc eneed, druing her l1fe, combine,
mi' 4 oxesleloies t 'the Itaffhtionat
daughter, loving wife, tend mother, kin<
neighbor; nd in -the latter days of he
xist gie, Vro'*O9 hez la ts y yir wjI
the jewels .of . A e din-C hribt-h-ib
only Ilojp of Glory. The Saviour hat
.heen embraced in ?ue tiine at leat, f',10fli
call. Ott hldPhIe.xpressed locotolatiot
i-f that iflope,' wilehii nketi eho't ashatmed
for miany uonihs before'her death, hit. Os
pecial ly was it truo Ih t t Ihe Soin Iigh Ieopts
liess shone otit more effulgently in lie dy
lig hours. She limas gone, if we mhy be
lieve her living and 'dying testiniy, -I(
bneet lei little babe, the neath and burial o
which she was called to mourn -about.
Duriig tho trialsi of. liei final struggle
the beauty anid power of -the' rellplou 6
Christ, was beautifully manifested in thi
calni. fearless resighation and oonfidence
with which she waa.prepared to meet death
Ever and anon the diseaso would carry tie
very closely to the verge, and when she fel
that she was siniking tiwhy Into tieembin
of ltie Eternal, a etnile of triumtph and its
expressible happiness would light tip lie
palil fane wit I the glow of. heaven. It was
simile that eari-h could tautt give ,nor. tek
away. Whes her spirit took its flight, ,i
1ft a hl smile upon t lie dead - face ' of t'h
earth-born,'a sweet dnd tender -teetimbni
of a gloriotus and happy immorttality ob
tained through the blood of Jesus. 0 14i
glorious is Truth and leligion, and how i
honors ai:d makes God lovely,, and i a ve
inviking The death of opr siner i _sid
us of I hnt'beamt iful thoght..'h htgre Aiv
of the wisdom and the I owieraid hV stdita
titloation and :ihe redemption of the (ross
-See Truth, Lo' and Mercy in himsel:
Andt ntiure till glowing in iden.'s. fiti
On the cold cheek of death smiles ar
b Ielein g,
And beatily immortal awakes froth th
Tribute of Respect.
low tender and gentle wits the heart
the world's lletteener, lie wept ati. tIl
grave of his friends, and we ate enlle
upon, in the providence of an allwise ot
to weep and nourn thedeatll of our belove
brother rnd companion, Past, Master, I
o. LOU), of liit'-eway -Lodge, No. 8(
A.'. F.-. M. ., who died at his residence I
Fairfield County July 4th, 18'i1.
Resolved, That in the death of dii
Pa)st \siaser; 1). U. Clouid. Chelo dg.- ha:u
sisstined a great loss. lIe was regular i
utinodatce. unm wi.s realy i coits ibut
to the good of l autry. 'e are filly'n
sured. from iII i dying testiniony, that '.h
was prepared for tliat change which caml
suilheitly utlon him in the prime of lire.
liesolvt 1, That we will cror churt'it. 11i
memniry. imiitate his virtuee, and in orde
that hits 1 m itmiiry be perpet tint ed a tilonglya
as d in this boilge,' tart hU'ninme he IV
scribed on a blink page of oir mitiut
lRcsolved, 'Jhat jhis Lodge deeply .'di
plore t he dealh of our brother, anit we n
a Lo4e, sympathize with the widow an
orplian of 0iiir brother. - I
ltesollved 4. That a copy of thiisoresolu
tions lie sent to the widow and orlhnn. -
SIesolved, That a copy of these resol-u
tions h handed to the Fairfield I lernld an
Christian %eighbor for publientilon,
J. A. Ghhla BY,
Debility aud Emaoiation
Iloali result from the lack of ability to nor
vert, tihe food ito tnutrimitet. how nece
snry, then, foer those stulfering from flies
atlarmting synmptoms to immatediaelyhresor
to ia remedy thtat will st rengthIeni thte stomi
nech ande digietive organis. For, asn soomn i
this drsirable object tins been accomplishte
the health improves, annd the -patleti. re
sumes his usual per'sonal app -arances. -Hos
fetter's Slomachelihit tera have atlained
world-wide popularhty in sutch cases, ani
have beii proven thie best and safest mnean
of renovrmitig conslipatIott, toning th
the storhiobh, giving energry to the livet
atnd relieving ever'y symptom, of nerrons
iiess amnid depressain of' spirits. lIt cheer
itig amid beniificial effects are .highly spoke,
of by thousands who owe it to their resto
ration to heahh I. No restorative In the an
naelt of medicine has attainedo~ the sim
pnpularity in the short space or time I
land been before rhe public, or has wpn ilh
ligh endorsements accordedl to this excel
leni tonIc. Many othert pr'eparations put
portIng to be correctives and resfornativet
have been itrodnteed, and have perishe
one by one, wrnile the popuilariy of Hion
let ter's Siomnoh Bitters continues to in
crease, nnd is now rooognized as a house
hold medicine. The success whlich nitend~
the use of the lBitters evinces itt" Once It
virtues in all esses of diebility tlnd diisess
of the slomnoh. -ertificales. idlmost. withI
out nitmrber, have betn pubhlishe'd, at t siin
ifs rtuly miracuilotta power in retiovatin
those painiul and feairfutl disetases. An
at this timie it senms idle to do mior'e that
call attention to the great rttledy of thm
agv, int eider to awaken pubtic attenion I
Its excellence. It is the only pr'epartmop
the kind that is reliable in oli esnses,, an'
It is therefore worthy of the considecatio
of the itioted. aniF2
Slang of the Zontno. A philosopher i
the West. grown into admiration of th
Cherry P'ectoirni, writes D~r. Ayre for In
stuction uinder which sign be shall b
beled, whilchthlistered and whiche voinit ed,wl
untder which lhe '.hall talko Ayer's Pills fo
an itffectiotn of the liver :alsoutnder' whic
algn his wife should eummoenee to take the
Rarsaparilla ror lier ailmtent. lie adds thia
he already knows to wenn his calves unde
Taurns. ohnange h is pigs in Scor'pio. out h i
Ihair in Aies, and soak his fneet in Pisces o
Aquarius as their condlition requIres.
Schiooimasters, start foir Wlsconsid, ano
'isit Mr. 11am when you get thterer .|Low
ell Dheily News. ______ jnly 1.
Insurance .Co., Cincinnati
118 'WEST FOURTH STREET.
FIRE AND MARINE.
CASh CAPITA L AND SURLPLUS
J. B. BENNETT', PasstDl~jT.
Applications for' Insurance IPrempftly .\t
tended) to. *f A ?.f% .W. L A )V Aga,
July T 2~ W I'nbo 8.
C'OVE OYSTERIS, Black Reppar, Iingll~
S oap. Bugar area nta Jj.a rec..
Nr.w OnNILE s, July 27.-The first
bale of new cotton from Texas was
received per steamship Austin to..day
and weighs nearly 500 pounds. 16
was raised on Guadaloupo river, and
shipped by A. Goldman, of Victoria#
Texas, consi ned to Frank and Dan
144 t RAM ' nor
ed by ..the City Gauelhas Qen -ap.
poitted Deputy a tateh r
Daniel U. Osborne, the fGr'tInspec
-lur, -uppatuVe-Wtry-dernrka r
Is dead, aged 76.:-.
lid a i hroi
I 0.. 'ITqe r t P - :
a'v.P Louis: July 27 -436nduetot
0 lbl1f9.-fti lnihevkboei "rkhd
ealispl 1lf, rai1roog oq idoqb
ofedieno'f or&r, h ave 4e4.
A Bloody Riot in Goldsboro'. m
____b 0--0- TU
riot occurreld499 4 d01 d1 1to-day.
About 5,000 negroes- arrived theie
f. oi Newbern and the dlower Coun.
ties, on an excursion train, chartered
by the Republioan JHaeoutive -9tae i
C('omni itoe, ito0atteid- a -Th 18-neeog: A
at whiclh qongreosmnn T-Tihs, 'ex.
Sefialor AftoMf i W4 rwiv ID
10.3U Hagerwere t bi die speaers.
Thdre were ' vieryrfdwa w bite! pepe in
town, apd many of the njprp btd,
t urbvlpatAnegroand,;while . tha u
i*ay to the -guards-houseIwith this!I,
prisoner, the negroes rallied-med rta
oqchiu Theg oljoe p i)
the prisoner, who was recapture4 and
taken by the poliqe to then ,echange r
Hotel. About 1,000. of t'he'tig
mob, with clubs ihd pi b falled '"
the hotel, attqmpting another rescue.
The riot conymenced by the negroes
*throwlng brick-bats'atthe police and
using clubo wlhen a oross.Gfring began
betwee. the police and the mob.
The white citizens forebore, but: are
now armed for the emerggef. There
is great exciteuoent. About r
or,uwr-sht.war a Grabidhr.r.
more whites w.'re.burt ; que negro
was killed ; and ote cfored police
man killed,, and two wounded. A
committee of-citizons, - appoited by
Mayor Robinson, waited upon the
Repnblicatn leadefs iuid Mr. Stantley
PriAldent of the Atlautio~ and Nofth'
;Gam'Alivi -Rdiledad, And requ-ted
,thtthe trains ithidnegeoes be.carried
itaWiy; ''o this Stdiley teplied, that
hie-*()uld not bnrv'y thei 1wa until
h1e'w4v rody. -* - W n' told t at he"
and'ThO'Rn-aWoblidb'e held le'slbblt
,blo for the histur)baince, lepi d'
"hold Us reponibl mid- be d-d."
Front New York.
NFW Yon, July S.0.- The Staten
Island feVy boat Weptifeld, rooweded
with passenges, 'qploded her boile<
at 1.20 to-day in the aliP at w te
hall street. 'ihe 6nucussion wal tera
rific shattering the foroward par of
the boat and killing a great nuitber
f . The liurridane deck a
throW e46y overlyoafd an',
and wefe dIdwhed.Teet n -
der c' A up heed to be a I n.
dricd &nafit y.
- A aya
sota, *exas,.on ths p h~ .ppDs~rgo,
Va4jeipItat d4@ Aa3s yg
.t , erggef J~a ge!oO ey sy.p
bei glip4. 4odep$.
Tli fi i erstra0aurg of r-st spap was
oa lecd ifway~pn4., the ..eged, tbjyd
ruit~s, ~ve -wero, k Wed intanty ;
two htaty injured ; ad tsecveTporo
or jpsa e ured.. One man wasuhown~
Co~ton quiet 'and 'lowera;, upla'd ao 03
sales 620 bltAea. a Geld l2*.-, : ,.1 !'.
sales 100 pales.e
u an sOr Oyang ,9j. aqly ,qOQg,
. . IeW h# 95ipPW4~
Atar in Allpding, 4 the Ae9ntp m.,
geoys story pub ljshed ;aI'ou\~ ,Mr..,qefs
ferepqdlys *esf s t,
osens1p,.porson; rdtd be
.putrageots s vai a ry eSishmerstI
character .is as,..awoh. allow, P reprosphd~
.as wa~s t bt, q(.; Caas wbif, sd; e
.paoriflens.i digtyt in jdsldingIM;O.
iiot,p 8)9b aJ pjp aldog frqga , $
,Weste-ri editoriad stunt." - 6..
Company paid a quarterly divide dQ
in.'Fe bedbry'l'ififad tIM 8A n1e
of 'the, giatIef efadsde Debiblr'b d a
,b-u editetUvao Uk r"ggf ih
'80W he'Jaltif'''d bad refe1.ea nM
, k to a ootiinitts .onaval a ffirs,
Sthe noia.r regdlationsifort'diti dw
gandf Draniysteoedfbit. (een in-'
btt ands of the printer) are snove's
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