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VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDN DAY MORNING, NOVMEBER 6,1872. INO. 21
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Obituary Noti o and Tibutes 51 00 pert
ILlei' fr.?m Ex Giv, i'ipry.
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'a:u uur 'ut'u nta n : atuj'cac.i, e
F i i-L'l'd W. ' )Ion r /.i t
nns, ti il & c4' ll' 'ii /. l sit4"L a lit4L. .
- Fa'. i:1.t.-:w-i rizu . : I desire to :
d- a f,.w wols to) von1 onl thie I.v
.i of ItIle hate c v.tonal eb-etion
S ,r t I a per:,.n. 11y coneolI ad.
lhave ho nyie" to , xprts. \\'hen
Iz ccind your n ioumaion, whiic
was unlsdilee and unexpreted, I
b.:4 no sun (Lgl hopes of s; 1-e 'b
ing, : s I did, th:t the U io J: put "
. Ir ; l0 "t any dItI; l . Ccorr i o 'n
Sec 'a y to maintain thei:' p' wer inl
bi , g Au disiachl Iion to enl
te pi 1 40 l a , l d ha.,ve bee I
re 'abi- jwule aion ilr l .,ing tI
the ..mor ; c or -rot d on me. IS I,
I thowt-ht it a du1ty every go;)d
itizMI oa! I his couat y, under the It
l I' - ' l r a ;' ;' c Ou dition n of p ib I
lia: 1i lu c l iii ally !itt p ti 'ah i i
rtv ta:. acd hbn b'ju tpeople.
T i:i.." . thrrc . h which I have
jn. t s''. wI I " r. t on I I e , , I b
i~ ~ ~ ~ wf eneoiit:eieyaiz.alously. ti
t a iy futlh y, tI-Ait it was both o
p toant an ' e able, 1-and I e4 ' .jy
ed it xeceed i I I. I . 1. a ig thro h
the C .::re.-i-mal Dbarie, I tnun U
a:y < f nl 1+ ;1n va cle I friendt, I
v cIm iI it l nt 1 an ftr ear t inl !
ito ite v ireat, iny i.e-iaiu ti s,
v~sa .dlev( r reieber an--l. :11.
e nui.sU ~tiorvl wht horeui aso . t
ill.e ( y Iiei-(t h Ictin was lo t -
kimd iital cordial, awal fully compren1-h
L tesine for .aIll th me i andlo tri'ble tI
frO, ' Il ci Vi ::. U1 :t f b Ih th I do w
ofC reg, ret. per onlally, as I ha"ve said, ti
0"r di.-app> I inI t m n I t , Y e 't citenu of: t
So th It'Car )!ina , I dlo regret, lament 0l
and111 del- re the sue, sA of the l ita it
pilrty (1t2 t t.'ta e, ilt h re- .I
c..iit rt. i'. a i r ( 'n e arc ui 4lgt t r
ii .dt. sen tautit indicat e that i
there ik to bW n change in the pr"e- -
oea tar.. , aI (p i, and inI fa
mon, y r. ti : i t Sa t : ;aa G ,vea r .neAt, (r r
h T- o i ese . at ian fo tr the white
p'a t at It I t 0h~ t ('. .i a in the 1' in
gret 0 ItCaf t ' U 'ite ttes. ha .0' I u
ioteri rIy t i a irtly c:a i t
the pr el oi t a S att, ar
t i4't1' 1 I It r Inut :111 i ll 4 1 ,
- t i al. rc)- aun il taa-a m ia ct ig ptla ' .:i
:uI v e ri i inl the aa'me atio au1 t:
the iqu lwgene Vdinmatim, virins and
} iio i.f th I l Snact, aire Without I
tie wtraI hia :c of epresent.i '.n1 in r
gpovi tunt pui porting to be republi- t
The Sa1 t C(: Ive .irnet i ) 1 .c at.s- C
edly,. fallen into the n . of rg S, tl
swinl r corrup 11tt nll enf , who have I ,
oetilc i it utimbli Treasu . t
ry,: 1o1b - haa paeple.argd tate.y
theaa Sacte $27,00,i g~tlin~t tfaoura2
yearlsu teiatds :nia caliecated~ int l ra e
ble0 ta 1--,:a 'i eniebo a them~tit lel :b
theo (ntl inre-fiaaedat bri txry and s
andwl thalr Ao f'uadtth raoulo o to't
't recent eaege i m i e r 01 hvat taheua I
rogtuey , ells~ :ul tarberis aro toc 4
he reiatitat inr latuuto 1ityafrc-..
r , tal rand vilund..rI la / o/ n !i
('1t1 josada iowb eh 'y toat..itat ii C nrsi t
the'L icte, la'r tie 00wh vornst
whie oIv 2,-0 oaf tun'h wa.:on out to
a n 25a-nrae weenribe forl this <
iaafI pubar atfit Inoany lCgnie
ties, the id ot aarna ond t vote at t
theI day ofect electan! y, uma wtr
weaknot cadg huan iaathyree:ed i
&an slway turne out athe s eetiona
i n e'aitieand u unety moriz ainus-d
Air its intelligeneo and wealth, ono
hird of the whites voters remained
t home. The isaie thing oeeurred
it every Coiity. If all had gone ont,
-) vote, anid had exeirted a proper in
luence with the colored people, the
etiouns would have gone very tilfer
ntly. We might have redeemed and
egeneratled the State.
I know that the negroes are banded
ogeuther, as a race, under the lead of
-ile earpabaggors aid iifatous
enlaw s wi'' ho a; gniiekly sell their
.od for thirty picc< of silver as
hey have hetrayed their race ndpl
iitry for effice, pioinotion and th
mip! 44 stealing, swidlii.g and plunt
t.uIng ! Bat, t ithitlist.iiuling (hi.,
titago:niismit to tlie whitu poople, I
1 -.w that an inilaeniee niight be
r,01mgh1t, to be ar on theiml which thles
uld not re ist, if the property-hold.
ers of the State were so disposed.
,et every land-holder refuse to rent
r cmp'ey any laborer, unless he will
gree, with ronper stipulations, to
ote with his land'ord or employer.
his iuay be done witout incurrin.
ny of the penalties of' the Act oi
ongres againt intimiidating voters.
hl will be no intimidation, but,
ir and legitimnate agreement, whie,
he pattivs hrve a rqht to nak.
at it unay be s id] that, our land>
>u 1 :0 be rented or cilthated i.
iese torms. This is presmlU ing that
to laborer can live longer without
>od than the emloier can without
is labor. It is far better that we
iould woik for ourielves, and let the
reater part of our iandi lie idle and
-st, than to live aiy longer und r
Ih a goveranieat as we have - rob.
ing us of' all we Can uniko3 by tax I
(1n, anid crruptiIng all tie fou ntains
Ii every other country in the world,
here they are allowed to voe, the te
anttry' and laborers vote with tiri
Il lord. and em1ployerls. J ohnI
iiney Ada ini., Jr., told me,. $p(ai..
g of this very <ptestion, that wil.mi
was a lepublicaln, all of hi.
miants an11 laborers, about forty iin
uiller, voted with him, nod whetn
I <init the Rb Pilicin party and
t:11ed Democrat, they also turned
ith him and vted the .Democrati
cket, without a word being Faid
Ithem on the subjeet. lIe xpected
otmi to vote with iiim, and they knew
and didi so. Now, I sippose it is
it as proper for a cottoni plaiter to
-quoire, this f Li. colored latorers
i Smth tio!ina as it is for MIr.
dms to ex .ct it ff hiii white labr
rs inl 31silum i.An I epcal
>)htn te:, *.iired labrers are
>tii g fir rogeiz., attd sccniidrels in
efereava to hainm ind invilIgehlt
I i. ('hief Jui.t ice ('hI iso said to ie,
I IT that we nieid not appirehend
1Y di li-ulty in cintrliin' the iegro
it : i.1 1oth C r ln . 3lhaitis and
rate clq ' raidI Le NI'M a baIs e-m-.
-d labo11r." I repied,1 thli, mlighit ho,
it were not for the (:triet b.ggers.
We siidie carpet-baggers would
>ou becomiec identiedo w'ih the cit;
ens or leave the country.
It the carIrpetongger in Shuwh
aroninla, initond "f leaving the coia.
y or idnti fying Iiniself with the IeO.
l, his bec-ise, with the scalovIg,
i on'th their inlhence over the ito
ro0, a sort (if airisteciat or' autocrat
toh t ribune t of (lie coloi'ed race.
3ow, we imuist get ridi oft thetXe atuto
rats and tiiu't's. We miut-t de
brone them amil breakc thir cepiti'e
y de:-troiy ing thiri intflunce over' the
igro. IThi, ca n only be done by
e'aching the negr'o thiat he is depeund-i
att ont us', a nd nio we oii himt. Let
s, theri'fore, resulve uininmoutily,
mi siuch to it, that we will not rent'
urI lhiid., to, or' empiloyi atny oneO whit
ill inot aigree to vote wit iit>n all
bie 'e.-et imn. in thtis way. and in
his w iy onlyIi, cian we rout tha carpet
awer' and scalia~wag, aund got contr'ol
f t hoecilor'ed people, t 'nf'ee lhas
(3 grtitu de in geniertl, as I have wvell
1 tid, thlought there ar'e exoeptini,
.id Ite cau o.ly' lbe inifluenced by his
on its andti nii~i (i> rios. T, t here for'e,
r i upan thle w hi to people, tall overI
he State, to dt'et'trma:0 unanimnon--ly
nd~ at once, to lave tothiung to do
i'h the, se lils, white or black, ini
eatiot~ their lanids, or' employing
leir laboreriq s,'it hout t hey will aigt'e,
t w'ritinug, under a penalty, to vote
'ithI tibemin iiali fit' trei elect ionts. lit
hiroe mnit~r hs af ter the~ tenfoement
f' this rule, thiere would l e no Radi
il party in S mth Carolina, no scala
aog, excepit in thie petniteitiairy.
\niii oncee iniore we shoiulId be living
ndter an ht. nest gove''uinmen-tt in South
atrolinia. Unii t we adopt some1
tringetnt riule of this kind, and ad
core to it, ari go ouit at elections tand
'oto for honest and wise men, we
haall be0 getting worse and worse
:ver'y year, until the most horrible
nd terrible rev5oiilui and civil war
overs the land witht bloody desola
ion and ruin ! The remedy is sinm
ilo and easy and peaceable. Thec
vil is frightful to think of ! Let mle
iesceech you to avoid it.
Theire is another mn atter whichI
visht to bring to your viewy and con..
iderat ion. Fransklin J. Moses, Gov -
,rnor elect, and all the leading memn
>etrs eleeted to thto Legislature, with
lie State officials, declared most sol
mtnly before the election thrst they
vou'd repudiae all thenfrnaudlnt
Stato debt and forged bwnds, and re
doce the taxes levi d on the people.
You inay be eoi.lidir g etiough to
bwelieve this. I do not belie ! one
Word of it. I thi.k it is donie for the'
purpose of deceivinigig ilhe people, aiii
levyiig black mail on the b od-hob!.
Ors. Mark what I tell. The h"1.1
Soalders; will contribute $'00,o (r
$300,000, and bribe the G ,vernor aliii
JLegi lature to pay the interest on the
I fraudulent debt ald f'orged bonds.
klready Mr. Glary has leen dis.
Mised fr nm the State Audit .ithip,
beaucse he would not e. i.Selnt t') order
tit- Collection of, taxts for thisi pur
pose. Ilis place has been filled by
G(verior Scott with a nan whoought
to bue inl the peittt itl:,ry initead of a
high and honorable eflice'. Now, what is
to be done ? The payni-u't of these tax.
es is simple robbery-othiting More,
niot hing, les. My advice to the peo,
ple of South Carolina is, to refuse
poitively and unani mously. Let us
ptay all taxes necestary to defray the
flocessiry expenses of the Govern
ment, but not a cent for this fraudu
.,nt debt, either prinipal or inter.
I will mention to you that I have
!10a1d of' great fraud., in th ehe' t aion.
It i< said that hiIndreds of Nwi
*aroliini.t iegroe3, tat. wk oi the Air
lainle lloilr~o.i, who had not beten ill
tthe 8tae twelvo mi oInths, voted in
-everal Couties. It is firther aki.
dhat hundredsi under t enty-one yo:a s
of agi likewvisa, vated kill over the
1'ongres~ion~al -.District. And ( i t is
hlkewie ruaued that grow fraul
were preticed i.t several places iN
la:tiretis, by refuI'sintg to open the
p iA at the pr pier time, anl throw
iig OUt a lare nuitber of )mmoriat
ic votes at Clinton. Thewe imatters
:o for future inve.,ipaion. Inl eon
chusion, I retIrn von woM welnt t:i thIe
pio;s and voatei may mtost gratef Jl
th -:k. ; and to i11-01 as waere too inl
0i1rut to tiu iin ot at the eletion,
I eit" oily say I":t I h1pe you will
[lever be so apatiLeti. I taiii.
11. F. PERRlY.
Allhgr lreaith u' Tru-il.
On Monday evening the police re
ceived ' diaatch fr'an A. N'. Kenti,
da toed at Point Sitamit, L' xiagton
county, South Carolina, a:king them
to arrest a Dr. Taylor, who would ar
rive that night by the Charlotte, Co
lumbia and Aigusta lt1uilroa 1, and.
who was ciared wit ia breach of
tru-lst. The indifce vi-ited thle train,
fetIl the minIII and arrtstel himt.
Tit tennlint of [ita aceused ik that
he was gi'ardiat of tle property o. a
Young lady il Lingtton ; that Joei"
beeine eigaged to her aal dailt,'.
the property. ie r to give i,
up, tand1 left oin the traini. lie is 1n la1
until further action enn he tAken.
lie had a gomi deal of mney wilh himi
and)( .ever al dead'y v'031ponS.-Augyus
ta C'hron icle uml i:eind.
Il1W Allicrivails Us' tp P. $. Stilmps.
T couvey some idea of the im
ni cilie iua-r of postge sta mps u.-ed'
Inl the space of threte mtontis. thi'
National Hank Nowe Clnpny have
made over 1.13,00,'oO of all d -n-ii
nations, valued at Uvt' $4,I').00.
Diiin)g the preen t .se Ir P>a,00,0a
haveo bell ompherteith-iemadei ion
in ; naaryrnumberini 76,000,he000. Thir.
tty-eightande ta hald illitsh.v
last maniy tre-t tamp s tare ntO di1
tlastwekly itruet-t ofh ciTlltomytny
of fitait~ihed st tamp,
The State o f Illiinis hias beena caire
futlly canrvass.ed by Conagres.-ionial d is.
trie't.. Ini the pretasent Coir~aess thet.re
aire tight tdicals anid six Democtorats.
Under the new appoiitmeitt, Illirois
will hatve tainteenit Riepr'esentattives,
anid it is coiifildeiny believed that ini
the a ppronehiing eetion the Liberdsh
and Domnoerats will be able to sacure
thi teeni districts, leavieg six to the
Admcii ttrtttionists. TPhere are' laws
tt Illinois to punish fraudulent at
Lltets at v'ot ing inaOrO stringent than
ini mio.4t Stat es, and they w ill be put
ina ftorce if th lhadicas attemtpt the
samont gamei whaith they practised so
suesistully in Peitnsylvania an 1ii.
The Democorat thtus speaks of thte
late Charlotte Fait' The Fair Ita~st
week was wellI at tenided coisidein g
the bad wveathlier. It ri'tied every day
exceptStudyan th an ws
very bad. Bitt niotwithstandiing the
inelemneint wveather thtero was a good
show of articles in each department.
The Addre'ts of Col. D). Wyatt Aikein
of Soth Carolina, on Thu rsday, wr-s
one of the best of the kindt ever de
livered antywhecre. We hoard several
eminent gent lemetn speak of it in the
iihest terms of pratise. It w'AS prae.
tiaal and suited to the Occasioni.
George WV. Smtithi, one of the Presi
dents ot' the Mormon Church with a
party, have started on a religious pil.
grimageto Palestine and the 11oly City
to prove the connection betweeni the
Mormons and thn Eat. trihee
A Fearless Colore an.
ISA Ac It. IiUNTI'11 AT A CO ITION MKET
ING IN NEWv YORK EAKS TIlE
Isaac 1I. Ihunter (col a) was the
next. Spe ker. Ile a..id t - it m11uit
helITl lpetnt to every n present
that. UlyFe- S. Grant did t own
eVVry per.oin of Afriean blood in cthe
Uni ed Ste.([heers]-nd on the
5-.h. No nmber it. nould be seen
thit a arge propirtion of the colored
p ople 4, liltp -t hizi'. with the citizetls
ofr te No rh in I he ir efart to tmov
Qre ot roots the p' ver that lie hd s.,
hot Ily ised ill ko-pillg a gover:nn :nt
of I' iawats a.l.d carpet bhgmreri ovor
in or dor to *erp.'1uao h is p'.-r, had
attemipted to annex St. Doomingo, t.ut.
i oigh the - ffT rts (if Cilirho. 8-ol-i-er
that, tschormo had boen . d.ft' lt.
(Cheer-.] Oeiorgii% and Vir-i11iat
would taut go for J. ant, nd imllany of
the black people, Not i und Sith,
would vote for their old ftind aud
trile statcsran, Horace Gieeley.
Thliougi Gatliug guns might be
brouight around the polls -f (le 5th
of November by Feederal quthorities,
they would cast their vot.iss for the
whole Liberal anrd Demnoe-itic ticket
-for Iloraciu Greeley, Francis Ker
nan and A. R. Lawrence- (oheors) -
and on the 4th of March tiny would
go to Wathington to welcome the
old vhiite lint to the White House.
('reat cliers.) Oa that ' day they
wo Id kn .%w io North, no South, no
E1st, i' West, but the only (uiesition
then would he, "Were you ian Amer
iean citizen.' (Chcers ) Grant had
s-tid during the last four years "Laet
us hAve peace," but tle only way lie
1ad illustrated it., as far as H. could
, was by laying his hands on a
piece3 of anything he could take hold
of. [Great checring.] With honeut
Iforace Greeley in the White House
there would be ju-tice and honesty in
(lie adniiistratioii. His beirt beat
tm lunion Wil tle general sentiment
of the Nation for peace, amnesty and
e.xoiijiation. Ilis arms had been
wra pped up in an old white coat, but
le had never dipped his arnie, elbow
dieep, into the puiblio treasury. [Im
lense ceering.] Th -ey 10. '1 to tle
state of New York to urge on the
great tidal wave that w.>uld deposit
lloraco Greeley in the Presideucy.
In the State of South Caroliia, owing
to the i migoverinment by Grant scala.
wags. Ie lunaties in the asylum bad
to lie supported by p ivate contribu.
tions : Ad lie hoped such a thing as
ti wolhi n'ever come to pass in the
.- ate A' New York. The blacks and
lie whites woubl shke hands over the
bloody clasmo. [Cheers.]
Ilaw an Itiio CollIts SnicItic.
Some tiie sinice an Indian by the
ieitO of 'Solomoitn Sau-bal, was found
1) ing in the road, near the Coldwater
bridge, inl the vicinity of Mount
Pleasant, Mich., with a fatal wound
in the throat. ie was brought to the
village, and a post-noiteml exanina.
tion held. It appears from the testi.
muny that Io ieft home about day
lilit, to go to a camp of hunters on
the Pino liver, near M illbrook. lie
had gono about four miles frou ionie,
on the dir ect route to his destination.
Whin found his body was yet waru,
but. life was extinct, It seemts that
hte unshath ded hsis knife, whtich is a
bowiw, w i a blade about eight inches
loag and30 one andii a ht.lf wide, and ithd
ione br~aas y str, lU dhi u't it into his neck,
just nouve to breast-i i2lL.bone, the Ifo t
pi sig doawl V.id and a trifle to the
If' , to taob iepth of a bout, live inelhes,
aid i..flieting. a wound in the nort 1,
abt on.ii iie-hAf an1 inch wide. The
bio l ii lhe roadi inod leated thtat lie
hiuid walked about six rods tatter t be
fat .1 tsh tbef re ho fell. Hie htad
sheiathesi the kaifle and hei i: in h;s
r igitt hi antd reisting oin his~ breast.
There were ino sigis of a soufl, no
traces tof foul pbisy.
MletIng of the Forly Third Congress.
The forty-third C iigre.s m(il not
meet util the first. M..iidas of D).
eembher, 187.3, utnless sooner callied
toget her ini cxtratordary s' Auon.
Theim imtOpression prevails among iny
persona thiat thte Act of Januuary 22,
1867, re'quirintg a noew Congress to as
sembhle ont March 4, inmmediately on
thte adtjourntment of its precedessors,
is still in force ; but this law was re
pealed by the thirtieth section of the
Unliteld States statute approved April
M 1871, and to be found on page 12
of the laws passed at the fiest sessioa
of the forty-second Congress. The
repealing section is contained in a
delieiency appropriation Act, and the
cnt ire staute is woll worth examain,
ing, as a curious illustration of thet
ineongruous measures that are crowd -
ed into one bill during the expiring
hours of a session of Congress.
Wmn 11. Brawley,
It is a source of gratinecation tt
know that our old friend Wmn. 11
lBrawley, Esqj., of Chester, has boor
re elected Solicitor of thle Sixth Ju.
dicial Circuit. Mr. Birawley is one
of the most talented young mnen it
South Carolina, and is majority oi
7,000 speakb "trumpot-tongued" oe
his fitness for the high position he
holds and the favor with which his
past services are reg arded by the poo
A Glance at Several States-If Greeley
Curries Indiana, lie will be Elected.
From all quasters cone expressions
of confidence that Now York will be
all right in November, and that New
Jersey and Connecticut will also em
phasise their votes for Inter-State
Rteonciliation and a return to the
methods of peec in the administra.
tion of the Government, by majorities
-bat will carry dismay to the soul of
bie Ishmoelites. It is also felt that
the l.utter two States. are as close to
lie headquarters of the Liberal and
1) -inocratic NAtional Com mittees,
S.hat whatever help may be neo-led by
hem ein be rendered in an houre
'e ief. But, a bhough the election of
floudricks has given us good reason
for expecting to carry
The general feeling prevails that
the battle to be fought in that-State,
.n the fifth day of next month, will
be the most desperate of the campaign
-that the unscrupulous Morton, aid.
ed by the Federal office-holders and
pecuiniarily backed by the National
Treasury, will not hesitate to use any
felouious means to secure the sote of
the old Hoosier State for the vulgar
lunkhead who now disgraces the
%I hite Hlouse, and brings our form of
government into disrepute among the
peoples of the earth, hy reviving the
sale of "indulgences," by using his
high office as a mere means of canoel
ing his personal obligations and en
riching himself and his pi-ofligate as.
sociates and byeonniving with a dor
rul t-majority in Congress to extract,
under every variety of flimsy preteuap.
vast sums of the people's hard-oarns,
ed money ftooi the .National Treasu+
M1ORTON SAYS THAT TiHE ENDt.ysTI
FIES TIlE MEANS
And the lowest grado of tadijal
office hplders here do not heaitat. to
repeate now, having become .demorlt
i6ed by the vile example of their su
periors, that Indiana must be car
ried and that Grant must and Elall
be elected, cost what it may, and by
whatever means. They understand
that if G recley carries Iuaana he will
be elcted.-Spreial Cor. Wd. Star:
Prosperity of the South.
Now York is jubilant over the mark
ed revival of her Southern trade, eon.
sequent upon the recovery of the
South from the long Season of depres
sion which followed the war and re
construction. The Evening Mail tells
us : "For almost every class of mer
chandise the orders have been larger
and the quality of goods better than
for many years past, and there seems
to be an unwonted ability and readi
news to pay cash or to ask only very
short credit. Actual investigation
shows that an increase in business
with the diffement Southern States
varies foom twenty-five to fifty per
cent. Not only does the demand for
more and better merchandise evince
a growing prosoority, but the call
for agricultural implements and ma
chinery shows that the people are
earnestly at work establishing their
iuduatries upon a solid basis."
Franklin J. Moses, Jr., having
been eloeted Governor of South Care
Unwe predict that another mnisfor
tune will befall the State in the elec
tion of hi~s venerable parent, the pres
ent Chief Justice, to the sent in the
United States Senate, no', filled by
Mr. IF. A. Sawyer , and that as a con
solh.tion for this ill, the place thus
made vacant on the Supreme Blench
will be (coeuried by Mr. Cyrus D.
Molton, a bite convert to Radicalism.
This last change will not be a bad
usvap for the people of the Stato ; for
we know Mr. Melton to be a lawyer of
prolfsund ability, and we believe him
to be man ci initegrity, whose judicial
decisIins will be iquared by th e prin
citlos and rules of law, unbaised and
unmoved by outuside pressure or by
puarty inifuenoe.- Georgetown Times.
The outlo'ok, says the New York
World is, then, far from being dis
couraging. On the contrary, it is
positively encouraging and furnishes
good grounds to hope for success.
There is a fair prospects of a national
triumph for our standard-bearers, des
Ipite all the beasts of the Administra
tion party. To win it every Demo
crat must comeoup nobly to the work.
The eu UNe ist worthy of our best ef
forts. What Is wanted now mere than
anything else is umore thorough or.
gianizaitionm. The time between this
an election day should bie devoted to
that purpose, and in mnaking prepara
lions to get every voter to the polls.
'The laggards should be brought up.
Democrats, put your- shouilders to the
wheel, push on the work, and on the
5th of Novembir show the Adminis
tration party that they can neither
buy, bribe, nor bully a free people.
Three Chinese have taken out a pat
ont in Paris for the invention of a
new automnatie and autographio eon.
tinuous telegraphio instrument, b3
the aid of which apparatus the do,
spatch is tranitted to the receivel
as an exact fac simIle of the .trans
The Stay-at-Hoimex-The Mischief Thy
We have negro rule in this State
on account of the disgraceful apathy
of a large portion ol the white voters.
True ; and such would have been
the case in Virginia had not the Con
servative masses, white an colored,
risen in their might in 18-Mintd by
the election of Governor %Wkor and
their veto of the proscriptire clauses
of the Constitution declared that the
interest of the people should not be
thus subordinated to the supposkd in
terests of the one race. Tho good
people of North Carolina, following
the lead of Virginia, took the sam a
p osition in 1870 and redeemed their
State from the worst forms of corrup
tion, but now-only two years later
-they have by'apathy lost nearly
all they then gained, the Radical can
didate for Governor carrying the St to
at the last eleotion.
Here is the ioral : If North Car'o
lina, with a registered white njori'
of 50,000, and with only 20,000 white
Radicals, is lost to the Conservativc
by Conservative voters remaiSigt
away fforn the polls, are not we in Vdi
ginia, with a reuistered white majori
ty of only 30,000, and with 15,000
Aiite Radjeals, in some danger o
having oue State turned over to the
ignorant and vicious who would over
whelm us if we failed to c.rry a single
Had not twenty-five or thirty thou
sand North Carolina uonservatives re
mained at home in July the old North
State would now have been in the van
tfhe -Liberal army, the (lectiol (f
Gecloy and Brown would Lave
been assured, and North Caroliua
would have her own government in
her own hands The "s)tayat-homC"
voters cause the loss of inanv an im
poynant political battle. If We would
escape the fate of North Carolii,
ai the still mure dinaatrous condi
tfib of States in the extreme South,
let us poll the full vote of our pakrty
for Greeley and Urown .-RichmonI
Mr. Livingstoaw, a CoverwI
Commissioner, i en !aged i1 n 1 1)
nia in taking and pIing SanI..;
spawn for the p-io-e -t f .
rivers in the A -. i 1 pta'. b. 1 i
now on the Mc loud iver :0. a i4 n
of about 25 miles above ii-. coni!.one
with Pitt River, in Shiasta e 1In v
Hle takes from 50,000 im) 100,0
salmon spawn a day. .Tie sihn ,n
are very abundant at this poirit . d
in all the larger affluents of.tho Saca
mento River. The salmon are eaily
caught and "stripped," and soine are
returned to the iiver, it few being re
tained fer food. The eggi are p!au
ed in boxes or vats, the wood of whie-l.
has first been chirred so that the
water may not be tainted by the
boards. The eggs are kept in these
vats for several days, with elear wa
ter running over them, during which
time such as are worthless are separa
ted and thrown away and the rc
mainder are carefully packed in lay
era of wet moss, boxed and otherwise
made ready for shipment.
Not more than one in ten of thtoce
who enjoy the superior flavor of the
Baldwin apple, knows from whence it
originated. For the onlightenmient of
the ignorant nine, we will inform them
that this peculiar species of frunit came
from a seedling planted by Josiah
Pearce, Esq., of the town of Baldwin,
Mo. Fromt this stock innumeorablo
grafts have extended the fruit far
and wide; but from a well-known law
of extension, tho Baldwin apple is
rarely found in perfection when far
removed from the place where it orig-i
inated. In Maine, the color, t exture '
aroma, and solidity of the apple leave
nothing to desire, being in truth so
delicious, that it might have been
akin to the one said to have brought
difficulty upon our mother Eve. In
other loalities, where the soil, cli
mate, or culture may have proved un..
friendly, what is called the Bald win
apple may often be found a total fa il
uire, being puff'y, insipid, and subject
to early decay.
It Was Hers.
A St. Louisian at Yaueco P'ern,
writes :"I witnessed a very interest
ceremony recently. It was a man
giving a deed of a piece of property
to a woman. They first read n- p aper
in the Indian language, and, after
going through a lot of murmuring,
the governor took her by the hand
and led her out to the field. She
then lay down on the ground. All
the natives gathered around and
cried, 'Possession I possession 1' ihey
then took her into the yard and every
room in the house, where they wecnt
through the same process. Finally
she got down on her knees, langgeid
each one around his legs, kissed the
hands, and the performance was over.
The tooth of a mastodon is report
ed to have been found in Clay Coun
ty, lad., which weighs nine-two
pounds. With an ordinary row ol
teeth the lower jaw of the animal
mubt have watakaa 1,0 Ka n ,
A Noble Appal to Democrabi iu Dno
That splenioid Ohio-in, t.orgo II.
Penidletonl, thusci 'o l clo)Sed' his
great speech at Chicg:i, TPh Tirsday
evening : 1 am a Demto . :t I havo
been one1 all my lif' ; as ay-, Mnd ro
flection, and experience hav aitured
miy judgment, I find my-elf cliinging
Oloser and14 closer to tie old party
1)-ls. [ Lud checers.
. l- noCIena leniierat in thO
piast, I hope to live oe in th fluture,
and to die a D uiocra t, n.,t, b, cause I
revere party organizt ion, u'60 beccauao
I au blindly alttaIOd to our1 Ipty
or its pa I ty aimlls, but I ant
blin(y uttui(hed to tuit h, and
I have great faith in tLe pritnei
ples anl counseli ('f thea p-ut y. I
nCed uot speak to 'ou or it, ; it ik the
glory of the great llepuiei. Its his
tory is a history of free (Uuveoinneut;
its love of Constiti' iomnal libuity is
Ihe bheet-anchor (if Cons' it uti onal
;overnhnent everywhere. [Cheers.]
[t has done that widch will. keep its
ume alive after all these men who
ave suppjrted it heretofore, ind sup.
)ort it to-'ay, will be nwidiering in
he d ust. I wonibl not do di:!iihoior to
h ...part y. I wrL"' .1 hollor it ats I
Ivoiill l.ho'nor 1he tiu-.t and most
rIii4be(d o) L't of my affectioni, and
l - ill elo-in.4, .y fellow-citi
hs, t 1honor its pr-ilciples, and
,tnor 14 u1.obying it. I honor it
vCbe I t the IDu emCrat ie yu"ty to
L right and not wrong:!, ati'l to vote
or 11 ierac Greeey. [fremendous
A P,'ml,,ly as :ir as lin Dismie.
A etrpe ndent of ahe New Or.
eans l'ie e'u re('omnends the in
reIuiction t rli i.nI 8 ttn It A f; it of an
ieet kn wu as th torI ii- r ant to des.
riiy the -:t'tn ball no'1 %%urll in tho
'oathein Stec. Thi, atit is h.irm
, to vogi.( ou n, I. i t ::..akes -hort
vork of a"$ imnz- or . u i niwal.
Vh ib 1 or ' s IS n 1kt it p ! :VS. Ai
1Co I n, o In i 1 y . A 6 ioi.s of
i* va kille by.~ I. aus in thceo
I) ~ ~ l' l 4# A# i' 11 :C-*01
.i1to cetipUAue in tOur ni w~tas,
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e irisr inei .! -n n a ittle dbloter
I l,. 1 ving (ii th t il- t o t Ion
,rms,~ i.O~a.s hy wenll acqujliro
'a 1 l 11.0 i lte..o
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l1 7 t: 1 t l i f I . e , 1189
i'te.,.p ': :,i b T icTe.wordl
thul ite.. S i 7 tuii.e.l . The woI ) r d
/te 1:r l io... T t:- w o rdl .
tiu - 2 ccursbuit I one v~hiebt is inl
the th he ne ir e o the 1 I I 1t 1 tl h IlIm.
Te iIidde verse is the :th verse of
the l I5th, s111l. The .st verse of
the 7th eiaptr if Ezra contains aill
thle lles in p except th
leter . The d in hpder to read i
Koing and the la7.h c.IlpIer'~ iof :it,
aeake Te oge,.. veis Is tal
th vere;Iof theow 8 11.th At If the
e drtaes rhe 19the (5thl, vso
sol he teiat o in. Jon.y The
on7the Psame flie. .lachvr of e~~~
thouldGbe Pslend-t ali s Thor cary
note wodtr. naef mo r ets the i
cabbae a tdep and wide roda
furrow"n hith ahe plow, indryliandy
soi and then lafe y te ca b-singit
packedcls t oge ather, wlig t o ('ti hlksI
up. ~hesontrow. 'fe onl4 ronbto
theO~ ai bages.Th fbo-: tokld
hbt tdry nd thel weat iri sol mndcr
tosh Ioub te hat th ifrio lef
onthe endep aof th el tow of c-abbago'
shul geleanod oto as to carry o
cabbges andif itheus hades are nd
never exeienediL ~l dimuity a in
keeplg themy pJ- r~erty tuaile pin
And iitere is notingT brawls ohir sho
deih so3 nh. iT he onycrodblo
about risng cv y ab ~agedor it io
thtil the itllyhacommn wrs oveuc
whot' inl nthit tha the ar worth
tou fie-l oft OThat i agillien~It to si
Aho gntema wh usd~O to r n
tov quetanu,000ral, w hich~l i 'o o
whts alil this fu-sabu iA