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1ii Iluix il11 i "ri Crib
Thc black Kit Klux in l).irlin4gtoI
rFeeml to have a great faney for .\lr. 1.
F. WVillittunson's corn and coltton. On,
a recent e-..sion-they inet with somioI
(oppositioni, which ri'tI ed in one of'
their nutuber beitig killed A cor.
responlent of the Charles'ton .ewi
give. the follo wiig account of the
(-)in Tuesay night the preid!es (f
M r.B. F. W illi neon, near this place.
weeinlvaned by an1 organiize-d hal1
(.1' negro raider', which re ulted in the I
dCtih of one of the haid. Mr. \V.
has sui ffred greatly during tie last.
six ionthii, awil seeOimis to have hmen
the obct of spe'Cial VeigeInce. H is
i boice vas ;ve-l nnd burie to tihe
.ro i (i varly in Noveiber t t, with
Sec.1 ytt(onl,gill, &,-. Sinlce that timle
he h-.:.s hl..d about, twenty thousndItl i
unds I of Seel c t'on stolon. Tho
4.! rega1 to of his lo:ssel mu111st he bc
-seen six anid t.n thonu.iand dollars.
\hout. four o'eock oil Tue.'day-morn
n.,g hie hear-d somle one at the Colln
:rib, and hurried towards fthle plaeO,
iCompanied by thio friends well
nrimed, and f ound a pirty of six or
Sevenl neg0eis helpiig theneiiAlv'es to
his corn. Upon their ref'usal to halt.
the party fired into1 them while run
ning (.1'. One nI I A lee, wa'-s -hilled
it it is suppos-e- t ha t others were
wNiounded. A w:!;! in all ia c at. were
heardl tattling alonig the roadi immlle
diately after llthe)' left, and if the
.partV y 11:1 no1it. heI (iviul ol a whI lI
mile theft, wouhd have bieen con.:nited.
Mr. W. is oe of our wealthiest aril
iost enterprising INiti--en. I se has
the fullest. Sympa1ilthIy taud Iuipport of
thel c tire conlii iunn ity in the 'i fair.
it. is hiped tha.t ite tr~agic etil of' one
of1 ilo iguig mlay have a ewful le.son
to th otlieis.
C'apt. W ml. 41'. Stowart, at hi.!Ihly
respected citizen of this county, Col,
mitted suicide mm day Inr, week.
Pee!Q lialy3 !i )m'a Irrassment had canlced
lim tut net very trianigey for a coule
ot weclhs proviouli to his deith, a l
luavinig ah b.onted himlseilf froml hispa
tattion ll' several da ys withlut anly
trace of hi wheralults, caused a
tillsic iol f the w ist upon the part
of hi.4 rieids. A uitnber of' gentle
111011, on Wedneilay of list week,
Seouled Olt woods 'or several iiles
avomid, .1nid f''onlI his lifeless body
in It tni'ktl too niles fron
towni. The mnaoer inl which he0 comj
mitilthe IN: d1 was ratheor mnystify
ing it. ir.,t, lut 'ip nio a full exantina
tii of he surri un"d ing4, t - ja-v o"
jinwAt was fully sat i-fiedth . . o. 1.
han111d onlliiftted the act.
Capt tin " coinuindued the "Lan-.
caste-r (Ahen" inl the 5th South Caro
ita leginueent, anld was unliver-sally.
respected by his ciiiinditl as ;t
tI'llit 'in tie Legi- l. !11r in 1 8G--19
lIe hadl many13 fr ii,:1 i bu ~~ t few if'
M" inor .Jones', tif SuitiunelCI, sem~ti..
ft"e uJachsaniii'lle 1'uioni thie folllonl jhil:
"T'lher'e is aI st::Ini..e .Staltemen't, goinig
the r'ounlds of' the lria~ prss to thie
Iggreg2a:e. Nthi:rg coulld be mr
wanlt inig oif exac I ts". i'd eriyblody)
whl.'lt'' ii any1. it frc our s ith the
t1hati. thorn ret abovel fourl' hunre
hosles aoto 1111' 1'-kies h oio ar
scttered' 01 (' the bll ig 1 'ts f lpr e 's o
everiades'' to !lla lpatte tilownt near us
thel ~ I is ie lri I . ( T11111he have
twhoe Ixerit litt. for no anuthm1 ityl
and nhtiie somfi' sdps o faith-tetioltlil
is, if the It ihtifto hav' ' ny pri ert Ia
t i a l' , it bIOi lt V 'iue eed ti fl-'
thiskll'ey Wlli' hiy a liItl work and
dellr~ tbconii unig heepo
people povidelsottaceir hm
Iehegland~ pit o a eteaully emare
Ii V whII 'ite i'n knownLi'I as "oitraders
from 111b th wthoute. m here r
673 u I'ill'C5Dihei j't'.iiig6,0,
it) pton.aLi;to hlo ne nit hr i nllLl) C
triing fror the fair heis of ieat
heiil ethe0 thik ines, tin o niitht
Iunsi ne'iI~ ofld fa ih te hr eatenS 'ig
allotu <f~e dii'it~~ 'lTo brige tlhc
strol 11,.pt~and mutal ebit y Li is
The Bribery kcaudul in l(uss.
The defeakt of Pomeroy in Kansas,
3Ouiplcd with tihe start1iig proof of hi6
ttempt to purchase bis re-eh etion,
1, vives' thlie investigtion a yor ago
nto 1as eleco n inl 1867, whibli was a
am111s4 piece of wintewashing. lion.
'. . s, w ho vas ? iiself a mem
>er of t I.e UI i Id Sat es Senate SO mNe.1
ears i cg, e;,tiild that 'omt-oiy told
iim the clee t ion'had cost $3,000. IJf
mid al' the Ihills a. the Capitol -Ilouse
ere s ho vas a to tl abstiejorci
111111 hi., friend- John NMartinj furli.,h1
'l free! whi,soy. Som11e of thle mleml
crs who voted foril biw reeived
Lederal I ollies and others were paid
A well kn awn Mlinor of (Cal.fornill,
r cently vis.ted hiinine and stepped
ito the iLuet a11t1n was let -down.
) ring t.e du'eent, the rope bloke
kn( 1et th' buck t loo-e. Its occu
ant seoized lie npjmer end ot' he ( le
nd hung su pemlvd. 'Ih eng ine er,
inware of l.is icament, lowered
lie rope un til be nlqiased hi. mciI
plo er had reacliul the bottom of the
lhaft-it beilg 250 feo, deep- anld
lien stopped. leauwhile tle victimti
tlung to the roe and liouted for
elpi, but ine xi. near. At length,
when exhiut:f.ad, he indulged in a -
cut Ira or, -in the eapecution of be
ng da.1shied to pieets by the fNll Ub'hut
'o take pIh ve, 1und11 Closing his eyes,
et go 'l)(d full-aouit eighotn itnchei.
When fcund he 'was iu a st-ato of uni
e' uditesday Morning, reb. 19, 1873.
'P. ROSS ROBERTSON, Editor.
kn Coivrap.Ion~ern~o nclicind frotfi every
e tion of Ile coInlivy.
(IOlr coilunnsi. I ar open to all for a free
lisens-ision0 of anly principle. lici.y or i-len,
bil we are in no iiy veCij l'loir ihe Views
or opitai tis (of ror io mIs
Compositi n of the 43d Congress.
In tI.e 43l Cotnc., the division of
partihs will be a% follows - in the
Senlatc, .17 ladicals, 7 Liberal le..
publie:ms, and 20 Democrats. In tho
1oure), 187 .11adieals, 6 Liberal Ite
publicinns, raid 92 Denoerats-. In the
latter body, there tre seven vacancies.
From tle above,it i ill bo seen that
while the J)e;ocratso and Liberals
alive lost soic.,teghi in the IIouse,
the)iy have gain in the Scnate., break
ing down (e Ratdical twu-thirds ma
jority in the latter.
Pardon of tho Ku Klux.
Wet are pleasei to learn that it ia
the inteiintin of Presid&nt Grnnt to
parton gradually all persons notV tin
I rVie VILeO al so callod Ku Klux.
S.t Presioent iieral ann very well
alli'i d to be migntaI nious at this
timtoe, as bo is roi to eimer upon a
other four yoar's term of office, and
doubtless desires to retire with am1i
cable rel ationis existing between hint.
self and( all thie citizens of the land.
We have always held that toe Ilepub
Iicain party wias responsible for the
codi t iot of thhugs it heh toiudt h tt
gauve birth, to aedurai n exte-it, to the
law lessitess that has been attribuitedl
toi the Ku Klux, aind it see tms to us
nothlin g muore than juist, thait its great
head should exercise elemnenicy to
wards thoitse whio at tirnes teok the
law in their own hands; and avenged
theoit- own grievanctts.
Remocval of Troops from the South.
Latest adovces froin Washintgton
fuore.shaidow the caily removal of all
roops f1omt the Soutthi, except those
do inig i egularly p!.n rison duty at forts.
'The piurpoise of the goverinm nent is re
porited to be to contenitratte all the
lthin iig in ilita:ury otn thle westeorni fron
t irs, e hpreialhy ini the M1ormon re
Iton h will he welceoime intellIIigenice
o the whole country to learn that then
ani t Irat ion has at last l.eguntt to
real ire that the wat is over, andt that
here no lotnger ixists any excuse for
keec'ping t he South umit r bia yonet
rule. It w-ill be gratifying also to
kntow that otrhtget.ntmeadtr-es are
to be t aki n for thie su ppression of in
d ian outrages itn the far West, and
that sorte positive act ion is to be
tekIen in reganrd toi the encroach ment s
of Mortionism.t This lattter is a dis-~
grace to the i~epublic, and to our
boast ful civilizition,- and we would
hanil withl delight its comaplete extir
pation aund overtheow,
The Crisis in Spain.
Pilical af'airs in Spain have at last
reached a crisis, andl a flual solution
of her troubles arriu.d at.-'Pt Tha
test d ispatches~ frmn Muad rid convey
the startling niews of' the abdication of
King A mtedeus5, nd the~ ret ifu iaition
forever, on I th part of himiself and
famniily, to the throne of 8pain. For
oiver itty years, the Spanish peole.
have been rent ando distracted by (10
*mestic difliculues, antd even niow a
rebellion of no mean' proportions,
popularly lin wn as the C'arlist insur
rectioni, is raging with fearful extent,
arid threatens to invLolve thie whole of
Spain in a sanguiniary civil war.
Int elliennlo oaches4.. .us tat as
soon as the letter of abdication of ai
Amedeus was reoeivod by the Cbrtes, ti
then in sendion, it was unartirously V
aocepted, and a motib adopted to'de-i b
blare a republicah forhli of 'govc?n
ment, nine-t'nths of the mn'bdrb YO-.
ting'in favor 'of it. A Phesident o'f
the Ropublio was also eleoti, togetli.
or with Ministers of the different de- r
partmentW, of State, nterior, ' i.
natrceo, Foreign Rola'ions. etc. 'o
then,the t-polilio of Spain ik a fixed
falct,'at leant fdi- 0 ' *0preet. Ho-w
long it wilfl be so ikia"ardous'to pire
diet. The Spat.ria s unid Alexicansir
arels(ly'relaeu, both by blood uand
d i-voAionN talb 'e0"ry) lne li vfaifl i:.'r
with t'he'res'nit 't'.t hub att'.idud 'the
ittten'pt t6 'estabfih11 a 'P.opubli' wiih'
in tie terr'tory 'of the lattcr nation.
Weea .tr cey bY lie iA t'he reihilt williee
di'"rent in Spin, though it wdotd
seem, from developneuts of the .pa'st
few yoare, tha't a pit of change i1
growing more and more with the poo.
le of Europe.
The Ciusadi Ag inst Our S:ate Waiie'r a
roi the first us.,embline f f a Re- J
publicain legislature in '.)-uth Carol (
no, the feclitrg of 'he 'dininatat 'pa'rty J
ha bCeamcIdto 'e to de troy gradually (
the Stato Univoiity, as an institution. E
peculiarl y the -heritage of the ';6net.
and Intelligent 'otens of the State. 1
In 1869 a Board of Trustees was J
elected, composed ;f native and 0ar. I
pet-bag Republican,'mon in no ki\e Ai
in sympathy W\-ith # high staidarid of'
'social and iiiolectual culture, nor by .1
nature friendly to the perpetuation of J
any m'Ionumcnts of the jatt g 6ry o'f
'the taito-. xEineo that tdwe the Uni- i
versity has beenti slowly, though sure
ly, -'gitg dowY Lill. ist sprint
some vacant profesrorships were ibled
bj the election of individuals defi- 1
Iiont both niorally and intellectually,
and they Wee foisted u4pon the in'ti- E
tution, to the greut disgust of its true
friends. But they were of the Ra.di
cal school, and this ciroumsttitce was
bufficient to se'eure them favor in 'e
oes of a Board of like politioal
stripe. The crusade against the Uni
versity did not end here, however. t
On Friday last the annual election for t
Trustoes was held by thl fgislature, F
which resulted in the satution of S.
-J. Leo, J. A. BIowley, S. A. Swails;
had IV. It. Jervey, all colored and all
tuembers of the Legislature. ''he re
mainder of the B1oard will he chosen
next TueCniJy, h pohitt huVlig been i
rais-ed as to the eligibility of im.tm- i
bers of Legialature to suich positini, t
pendiug the dedi'ion of n hih the
joiint aszembly adj.tied. If we
may .judge froin the Pseke'.tit. made c
Hitus far, int1ad of fn inprovettient t
on the old floardt, t he noev one wilt bec
infinitely worse in every respect.
Th'le idea of plac-ing an instit ution of
site ih highl ca emte-r un der such guar i
diiai:sbaip inl r Ovolting to uoveity onie ca jI
hanble hfapf.i tii. ting the ad an tages
of a liberal edcatonion Tiake h in con -
nection with whiat w .s uttered by
J ones, a pomp1ons1 ignoram ius re-prc
senuting is color in thle Senato fromt I
G eorgetowni, who st ated that lie bong.
edl to Iee thet tim 110coihe whenh coliared
sinudents would bb roamning over the
Campus; we mtty safely conil ude that jr
the -death knell of Uitiersity htts
beeni finally sounded; so far as the
white peopleo or the Staite aceoeconoern
c'd. Now thtt the hiadicais have do
velopecd fuflf their poliny towartds it;
we cna't see how any honorab~le tiiti:
zen of this State, or any other State,
can patronlize it without dointg vio
lence to his self'-re p.et. As muchel as
we cherish and vecnerate our Almad t
s/at er, we FIIS ieairlily icl jt be turn
ed over to the niw re-gimie with not a
single white miatrieralate *1thin its
walls. Rit her- t hian in-cr thae sacrn
liee of honor, digrity, atnd sdf ne
spae~t, let thit jroud old liddmark be
contsignied to the graf~o so carefully
prepared for it by a corrupt and tin
prii.cipledl party, and let it Binkc inato
titter obliviofn. As a College in by
gore daiys, its traditions and fteminois.
eenlses are indlicolrrbly }intked with
the history of South Carolina rs she
oneo0 was. 'thest will be per p itua ted
throughout aill ages, hut the story ofj
her rhame~ and humniliation *ilb only
bo remnemb~ered amtongst the ranny
muisfortunes that haio befalfen us, to
be svenged when a daty of retribttion
comies, as sdfrely it will donie soo'ter or
This ero1wning act 61f infa my is ad.
ditional evideiado of tire spirit of ag-,
gression, growing so rapidly amongst
t~ho colored rulors of the State. It is
iwn indio~ution too thiat friturre party
l'i tes will be drawn out accord.ing to'1
color. Elliott's attemnpt to get jinto
the U. S. Seat'e oa' the issue o'f colorI
foreshadoiwed #bart will ore long burst
upon the people, that in a short time
politioal contests in this State will be
nothing more than sftrugglos between
tho white and black race. All4:
gas of the times point to this condi.
on of things, and we don't believe
,o ridk 1u3ything ft inolihing to studh
Vbeg leave to acknowledge the Yor.
wing 'contir;b'tiodr to the 1resbyte
ian iarso'uge fund':
as. W. Wiir, fiarr-1s'big, '$TdO.db
leury McCormick, do -100.00
ames IMeCo'rmick, 'do 100.00
1 . C. thaneutook, N. V.,5'0
ay 'Co00ke, Washington, 25.00
V. M1. Rta)monm, N. Y., k0.00
uidge J. M. Ilutlan~d, 20%U
lfil. T J itSdi, 25.00
a me s 11. lion, 200.00
1 ia Vegg ie ofsf'ly, 10 00
hn 1'. Matthe ws, jr., 23.00
'ha rlIes Ier, 110:00
P. R 'l n n, 25.oI
. Iloss 1itbirtson, 11 v.00
Sillia m It. hobertatP, 75 00
. 0. 'llm3y, 20:00
'ierre Bacot, !0.(10
L. W. Ldd, . 0.00
W. IL ir, 75.00
S. Douglass, 5,.00
as. A. 11, ice, 10.oc
1.1H. le~aste , 25.00
'hales Chandler, 10.0'(
Sm''l k.Clowney, 100.0(
)uhboe Egleston, i0.J0
1UIs. John D. ! ara 15 d(
ohin C. Squier, 10.0o
)r. C. . Ladd, 10.0(
. C. ieLaughlin-. I).0%
ohn J. Midi', 20.0(
oln Mientyre, 10.0'
ames 13. NCant, 200.0'6
ist; 11'unice 'Cloud, 29.0(1
)r. 11. A. Buchanan', 10.0(
ohn H. Uutheart, ~2-.V
)r. John Mobley, 25.00
I ra. E. H'. Smiftfi 3.O(
lenry Jacobs, IS~t.t
Villiam W. Kettohl', 20.0U
aling Wolfe, 10.0*
tceretions of inter 'st '
1st January, 1813, 88 35
flih amiobt lAs bedh securely in
osted at 'ten per centumi interei't, un
il a parsonage may be procuied. il
he meanwhile tWe interest Will bi
,aid th'e pastor to defray his rent.
MARtV C. MON.
An IncomplrIerasib)le Toy.
C. Lewii Dunlap, a Baltimore gr6
cry merch.tsit, is creating quite a Sebn
ation by the exhibition of a newly.
1l1aVe! And 1ost in6omrnpichensi.bl
0y. It is a plain 130*, with a gI4.
m derneath the lid. Uin tie ebuec
f the glass is a circular paper three
r four itiches in diameter, an1d on the
mter pirt of the glass are three
notable, cirbular bord.rs that bavn
'n them the ansawers to 400 or d
'i.st ions. T1he questions are on the
is eolar pieces of paper. Pron
Me~st-netih the cireular paper in the
enitr b of the glass tile flgur8 of a litth
and projebts. When one of the cir
ulatr lbordet-s ia laid oli the gla.ss t
orresapondiug circular centre piece
Iating en it over 10 qgleaious ii
:.griljilig; histdry, lhemiistr'y, un
ther setnces is delseted, and( wh~li
'rson .losiriung to have one of thes
ntestions answered plunco. t hat ques
iou on the bentre of the glass oppo.
ito a point oti a bortbspondinig dise
>tit tiot touichlag it by .several inecs
or having, any connect ion ieith ain
mabinery, the Ii ttle hand ~ihi ri
ounid and( invariably pidlE out of' the
undred answers ou the circular dis<
hto only one that is a correct and defi
ite answer. This curious toy, whiel
eeus to cvince intelligence, is call
d ehiro mnagical anid is supp6.ied t<
c based on ndwly diecovered princi
les ini the magnet. it certainly it
ar more curiousa than the plandchet
rit~h which fulksq that inclitie to spiri
(alis:h are wont td adaUse them
An enterprising and1 fair. doaling
>usiness man in A ugusta, Maine, wa:m
ately met at the dloor of his grocerj
'f an honestalookirig Frehilman,- as
sttire stranger to hinm, who as.ke<
redji. for a barrel of flotur. "I car
>ay halfi ze oney cash down, anc
e ballance next Saturday, sure.'
t'hu metengt without hooitat ion turn
td to one of his clerks ands with:
cindly smile upon the would-be owni
r of the barrel 61' flour, said "T.
~o'od mart wants to get tfiisted f or:
~arrel of flout'; hle'll pay half dowr
ntd the rest rnext Saturday; I'1
'ik him ; he's go-od tas gold ;' open
'reshi barrel, weigh out half, delive,
tin good shape at his house, pt th<
)arrel away safely and take it dowi
ext Saturday, when lhe pays the
jalanmce. Never teftmde to trust as
~onest 'rran for biead." It was done
le money paid; and thme French gen
lemon doparted, rejoicing in at
ibundance of ft-our and unliidted (?
At thie time Lonis Napol'eon wa
ying in state in England Colfax wa,
.)ing in state in Amieriea-and state
y lying it was, too.
"Woll, boys, here's Whb't ki'lled m~
ather," is the ftoqu'ent renmarle of
A Racine, Wis., gi'r encrusted het
ai-thless lover's head with meltet
;lue. Wonderfnl atmmet
TO THE ME3lORY OF DIR. JA-ES AlC
[hY VANNIS.1 f
Called to leave a world of ourrow ;
Pain and anguish all iisW owh,
Gono to see a brighter morrow,
Ubrornill "ith light asld lovo alone. t
lees wti(ed for the brea'king,
Of lifes heavy,'bindiig chin,
Watched his soul's iminortal 'wking,
To aday 'of endless gith.
Death to him W'.Is'not a demon,
Tho' le narred ave 's cirieo hee,
Fir hie ho;ro Inni i o it iog i onl,
Won21rois'in its -iight 'o fra r.
Tliere lie proves that nn' i hi b t ili y,
.farlked his coul so while on the cartII,
And a mighlly. glorious eautly.
Wreathed his rpiri's iIitieavenly bir h.
'Twere hard to Pover lies so hinding,
7Tlirdl to feel the clianging thri:l,
1ut new ties around us winding,
I Draw us nearer lle'vci still. d
0raid Ile 1ligh t be Pead.
Setie in) the -countitng-rflool of a
roning nie wvspa-per. Enter' a ma tn
'of Tout U1.10 telidenlcies., c.11.sideraibly
the ivore for the last night's spree.
Teutong (to the ia'n it the dck)
---"If y.t please, sir, I vants do pa; $
per mit dis miiorinus-oine vot I hhm
de'iatnie o'f de,be-ebles vot'i.'k chole.
ra al'l deo ie
He Was han'ded a 'inpr, and, t.fter
looking it over in a'toniused wty, he
" 'ill you pe m.n6goot as to rend do 1
nanes of vot dohiI hAo de cholela P
any iore to show sliust n6w, and s co
if ( I GeiUsCeooopeuoflLtfe h..h got
The cierk VCeiy obligingl'y read the "
list ; the TCutoti Ii tecd with trem
bli g atteiiknthW, wiping the p'rsp ii- .
io on his brow, -llmanwhile, inl
great excitement. Wnen theli.t w.as
completed, thle naihe of Carl Guil-:., f
wdil no livat'te'r aibt th ie wholei3 naine: -
it wasn't there. The Teuton's whole I
face brightened upi, and ho exclaim
"You don't find em ?"
"No ruch D'n mo there sir P'
Teuton, (-:%!i'Zing him war'mly by
the hand.) LThis ilh nice ; this ish
full ; that ish my names. I pin dritik
as never vas, and I va's afiaid I Vas a
gone te<.1 udt tie cholera. ahd I did t'I
know it ! I va.s ,earl." 8
A Hnoing )ng.
Soie years sinee, a housn in CIl
innmati, wasI occupied by t wo fil Il i ies,
orIe of whom took ain Eiglh p:Ter,
the oth'er a Gerni OinC. The1 pa
pers were thrown into the lot (,f
grotdnd before the house by tle ear
riers-. The odsupant of the upper
p-.rt of the ious s hed a smai
dog, which ho taugh1t tQ d iti
guio It betwen (h0 pape i-, and,
rent hiim down every nMortipr to take
lip hi., (thle EnIis o . T i.4 th
dog did, never iahii1g 'a istak -
-ind if, its soneites ha ppened the
German o0e was 1) illg t here ailoTI,0
he would have not hing to do with
it, but et urned tip t:ir.i si againi with
Another iser ol' the ol- fashined
typo died en Statent islanid on Wed e
neisdazy. 'lThese men~r and women~t v.h .st
lite in s ialor, i d su esist on er uits
abIt wa ter; w ijil ier c i- d ie out. l'a w as
and Daniel Dancer will haveo their<
prototypes as long as tho wtdrld ilads
and the lovo of' money contiues to 8
be the root if' all ev'il. The lat .dai
tion to the i lobg foll I f' depa rt ed
Uitisers wasm; strange tobsay, ft' hi i.,hl
mani, otne of' the vei-y few of his race t
who have beent addicted't to such hai t
ant i his natn m as Pa trick Corcoen t0
lIe wai a miorosb aid solitary mln.
Fe pean eve'r s!lhke to liom, a'.
he to .fi11 fe'secr. Ile was discoveredl
deaid ifi his roomi, and1( on his pa-riin
was fouind the evidencet ofl' hi po~sses.
mion of foor (1he11uaind one h uttdredi
dollars, thriftily deposited its a s'av
A gold stnt-hox was recenly, sold
for 12.000 francs itt the I [ot el)D ou
at, Paris. It wais ornmi~ented v'ihul
miceroscopib miniatures, representing
tbhe ports of Bordeaux, Rlochellec
Riochfort. Tonion, Matrseille3, by LtIox5
do Savagnac. TIhisi' box was an his.
torical bijou otteicd to Louis XV by
?rio city of Bordeaux.
The average of daily murders itt
New Yo(rk eenf inues to be marintainedl.
'rthe papers bf that city iire filled with
accounits of the modt atrobiouts eimen.t
Jealous~t was the dc'vil that prompt.
ed the latest attemitt. IThese. repeat
ed htomiics imperceptibly hut very
Certainly lessent tho chances of the~
contieted inien in theo tonibs ?3y thte
itnocasing putblio indignation.
IMark TJwain, in htis lecture on the
Satndwichi rlandsj, says that the~ noent
in that lovely couitry areo not lund of r
making any dress (display, atnd are (
generally cont'it to wear a smile (ntr
a pair of spectaclds, or santo other
light~ article of' attire. Judging fromnf
thP, the tailors tinit umake tmerely a
batie living there.
The Sumter News warns the publ'ic
that parsoni T. G. Lane is atn impos. I
tet. 'rho following is his pholtograuphl. t
Medid~m height, stout built, (larkr
~omplex ion, black byes with ugly scar (
over one of thoem, biald headed, s'lick- s
tongued and poesesing g-ood address.
The'lrr is a Bible nbarfy one bun- I l
dired years old in the railroad depot .
at Salem, Masachusetts. It is two
feet square, and was the gift of an
old getlemdnan who wished it to be
"placed whore it would do the most
lioN i)Oi:C, Febrilary I :- A iltkinttdl
roll i Iadrid, diated 116.4 izioratilag
30 th ht~IewmV of t he a bd i'athm~ 0
Urnaedeois aKid tho deLCla in (a u"i (I
ltroughlout all Spain, nod thut Chi!
tly d islt a bnlinee. Order i:. Jaru er~e
I Mad rid andtia'oughutt the !Nmv.
lt omv., Fcbruai ev 1 . -'IIa i I
iallate has aidopti d a 1~udat ory awl
fIT Ut i-.ltnt aadlIIress to ;k wat
linutt , Whir 15, a T~ N I
M; l:.te ai Ow
ubtk ; t' al' a ia
1 Iial.tuaa ntipt~~ruaVedl the siuhj.ALIva-,
ropiped, withiout a Vit'.
1,1 .1su, Fabriaary, I Z1.--T'l'l
a* lie (Li th i.taa t , tf-ay~s (1vocoi a1 tl i e Is
r' Chjoet uw lnaid4 NvIllwo Were ill puir.
a it ofa ii (II er of ho r.o Iliives, oil
hie F idlay )ro vieus 0:0p1 iitred fi Itieen
~Ildl aturday tt,0oaain~g, afteor hold
ng a couiaoil, stiot six, of th~emD.
TJhe lower hloute of thie Kainsa
igiaturo yesterday pat-sd it con.I
tairaeit rezolkitiun ai~kinag(':, r
ot to opent the Ind ian t;lratatry toi
OataOlieiUtitil 'All thet laiws Zilla)wjtt
Laitd gr tijts to rai ii ars iII the tetaito
y nro we'calod-.
hip, 1E ie, of' iLe Uiaited Siates ula.d
J, r"2 i I I ia 1 i I) C, 11 fi t wvas lIt u r11t .1t St;a
Ildii bo lard 2.t000 sitks sit' coaffe'
'le fi're cuaaa::atticeai at . tiuilaitt itn
as ngers to-k to til.Iats , tat) li ve.
re C 1 014o . Thu baggm:gaa. e.tiyrt. Oa1
taill a total Las4. Tile ". vs'
A 0 1'(a) I) ~Iread 11w~ ert w.
IatCIIoaS, ia-el auar 1 ::.-'. H ii.l
olot ed, eaaailoycrl oil t erc' bridge'
11 (lU 01.1 Uf Co"tet iI ttCrMS~ t iC
funim Iliver betwa een1 Eichowa1:0 antai
I tlICICSCPwe're d iolv'Iad this ttt; lt
tag Ihjile ttelli jatil"o t'. )tet (hl it
'dl k it) ai boat, wlitt-, t11 t") Ohw
wolia cotadijoa nf the Olver baec:.Ame
Ata later ltiit ut ialr nuit nove
ltiiIIui airident tI (. at t it)
-,ine I'lae. The teCtilaIaq y tes .I e
ajik nerurs tivoa i th illarx of tt.:
Nltii hoeti ait. iS~za i hi)l nhot aW
lie 1101 rN1w!: rtapeis i c-, !gaVe %Iai yv 010
ircc~iiatld the ii hole 1-:a!'Cy iiato all
'0,Is Itild w t (. r I a' Fa'l I. IN va
MCrC r.Sctced, Ilt lt. trnailollla1 (! r
iiliet (lrowpeld ort kil!a;( by 1)( it-p
!shed1 aglai tit,- tl ittlat fitad rlaaI
isiali wet~t (litli %il)IC tient.
iv cavil uptaaprdiaalt MIN nona
iad ig in thle I lt ,ai A, 11? ha
)ingta A i - ,, r op r Iir a Ia. h
or thu o'tantd, taott da a t t
Orleans 2 A i ; ale 933 bales. Gold
C , 'I.I*ON,.Febru'-y I5.-Cotto
i in-i d r 'ing L9. rcEipts I A,3II"
-un1alot. 9 ; Orlas 101 ; ales
hs,0 s ble's
Th. State of South11 CarIi'olina,
CouNi-y or FAIRFIELD.
n (Ibe Colln mn Plenls,
lhavid T. Jane.
V.~~~ ~ ~ i*I1Y0 *Ii 1
Jut1nes It. Aiken nyansi ( Tvid T..lames.
L 1. W. UVA1, L, 6. F. C.
Shie iff's Office,
1% hisboro. Pub. 17, 1873.
feb 18--fl x2
IC S' viBe cf sullry cuCtiIiI4 to me cli
Iiciii-. I will ofrv1. for salo toI the high..
est hiddiiiiefoe th w court ilinso d.- it
I% inn lsb1o ro, on 11he firsi .Mondnay inl MNIIarc
next, within (he gln) h 1rs of le, for
Cn1h, the following PeiSOnlld Proper1y, 10
4.10;'0 poumils icld Cotton, more or less,
1000 potiid i lodder, more or less, 7:5 1 :oh -
cls t rti, more or less, 12. bushels 'ofI ton.
Seid itA nove or less. levied upon .11S Iite pro.
perty of ChiarleS W. Fuicleti, at the h lit of
. M. Dawkins, .xticutitor, agaiist Charles4
L. IV. DUVALL, S. F. C.
Winnsbopro, Feb. 18, 11872,
feb 1 .Ix2
fer tlhe foll riing iilic al Cost
from (his iale, vi':
Our stock of TlOots And Shoes, lit11 and
Caps are unsurpassed in variety, qualily_
We have alh. a nice assortimont of
I llandh re!. iefs,
Cole r and Cul T,
E mbroidered Curtiins4,
Mdarseilles Count erpanes;
"Ihi!i and ioiored
whid are of ercal at very low
ina ensh buyers. Call anid see,
I il'iS hJDE0lT
I A M now receiving my Spring Siock of
Groceries, conl isiing :1f allgue t n
gurs ai Cofluee, Mol:,HCS and Syrulis
Bacon, ll a'.- and Liil, Floair, Meal, Corn;
Salt, and Soaps,
Pinik Eye, Early Rose, GIoodrichm aind
.Jackson Wihite Pointoe5.
('anner ~Izuit and Fish or every do.
Fine Segars, (Chewing andl Snmolsing Tlo
All of which will be disj osedl of
CII E AP FOR CASh,
or on time iiii appirovod paper, at a mode
rate of interest.
feb 13 T- . R hOfE'i'TSON.
EIIWA N (UA NO.
A i I lES indebted to ma for Etiwatn (hn.
no are earnesi ly requlested to pay up
heir dues. A ny funhIer delay in settlhe
ruent. will Cause I:ie great inconi enience.
WV. M. DWIG lIT,
.jan i1l- get