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TlE FAIRFIELD HERALD
l'Ulit.hei 1very Wednesday at
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10w, Clopy eric ver - s 60
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T " - - 25 5)
I1i114M fik Thl'a id for 1 Vote-The
r~di in 1ti Ltgishnlirc-Defent cl o
tiirl IrtTh' iltilr-ond Bill.
\ 11( th Senaute tdioUrhed bb
.\I. day night every'Itbing looked
frv;r le for the f6 iinds of the bill.
. sa1 !1. o fi'ick, hid been convert'ed
I lhe .nin of the people, but those
Nlho rbhld oil his remtaining in that
0bitioti trusted to a broken reed.
Tom Scott sent forth a sVarmu froti
Ih momitpoly hive during the night,
F.2d l"Ids-dl---a frail compound of hu
nliity-was n1o longer himself. On1e
vote o111 was needed by tho friends
of No. 3 bill, and this imvoto they had
sooured as they thought. Ilo this
vote desorted them will pi-osontly aip
It waseinetly five m6iinutes before
twelcvyeterday afternoonl when tho
.President of the ha eaiito announced
thQ long looked for No. 3.
Then iudet-d came the tuia of w'ari
Mclherson had his railroad bill,
which was drawn up in the intecet of
Tom Scott, brought up. Ildwitt at
tacked it and it was laid Uv'er. ThIe
President, unnouicirig A mriety Bill;
No. 3,said he hoped thero would be
no domonstrations of 1pprobation or
disapprobation in the galleries, which
were at this timel crowded. When
tie hill was put upon its third read.
irg lItowitt uroso ind delivered What
May be regarelud as the most logical
and uloquent addrecos during tie sen
Sioll. lie poiit""l out tihe Itecessity
for rnlroad complition; and ti.tod it
tire Penirsyl vania Co mpaniy were
afraid of rivalry. Who were the op
pocents of the charter ? Certainly
not the people iror tihe press of tire
8tat e. Not one except the paid Rlep
re.,oentat ivc.sof tihe Peninsylvania Cen~
trhl on the floor. The Iresident
rapped vig. fously to suppress the apl
phLuso which followed this demuthoo.
Then amrie MlPherson, who was
proceedling to cbargo corruption oni
the leader of th people, when the
l'asiident called him to owder. tie
(-02pliined bitterly of a subsidired
j.re.1s, which east odium jon Ittien it
evluld lrot vOlntrol. lie sutg tIre
praises of the monopoly dud said that
th1 se who opposed it were chiefly a
ring ot corrupt men, though ie ad
mitted there were soio respoectable
len Wi1 naaIl as ineorpo rators.
Mr. Stone retorted that there were
men in oppo.sition to his bill and in
f i ir of te molopoly who, if they
had their jut deserts, would be in
iLe p -itel ia ry. (fhudrul applause in
Williami closed the debate, and He
ho6(iap ed a Cearful load of den unciationi
c1 the heAds of McPherson and Ly
A motion to adjourn having been
voted do.vnr, tire question was put as
to the finral pas9:go of the bill, and it
was def ated by tbe following vote:
Y Ids l; nays, 11.
Thenr enlsued a seene of confusion
me aIrIrs was never before witnessed in
t he hal is of the Laegislature. ('r ies of
" r lhe in out,"' "L vneh th em,
"T~ar and featherr theii,'' 000 for
d1 arrrd,"' were uttered in angry ton1's.
Thle l're'sident orderedi the gal leries
tr9 bo elkirod, and ti as d~lS(one by
tire pobe~e, but not witt Iroart rrt dir.
liculty. lThe 8entite 0o1n rafter ad.
joiurn ed. TheI (2excitemenI ct thro u'ghiout
T enitmn w.as 2 o initi'nso during theC
invenirng that fears wuere enlteietaifled
for thle safef y ef th-e Sena22toI' wh-o oldg
thesee toi Tom ii cot.
rt miay aippear inrd ible, and yet
ti is stated on the~ best auithiori ity,
that tihe sum o (f $3,0 was given
1f2r onue vote oni thiis occasion.--N. Y.
Illiporillil llnkrit Exelliijol Dis*
fri the rUni*ted States Dist rict Co'urt
at Tr terr, Newi erasey, on TIuesday
Ji nlge Ni xuir decided that where a
nrn w22 as bearnkrupt lhe was noit entitled
S-the live hrundred dollar exemption
(t' the Fitedl Stat es Ir~, but was en..
tit led1 tel the t wo hiunrired dollars al
lowed by the State and naitional ex
emp2 jt i2)n, as thait in som11 caises w a
leavye nothing for the creditors. In
ano0 ter case it was dleeided, as5 to
what. property should lie retained umn
der' th Ian2krupit act, thait all proper.
ty mnust b~e given into the hands of an
1 -ignee, except tha't amhourno exemp
ted by tire State laws, and thaC the
it her exoemptionI mnst come thongh
the order of the Court. C'onsid'ored
in1 connretion with thbe recent conigres
sieoinrl amenid mernt to the bankrupt
lawuu, these decisions are important.
On Monday last tihe garrison of
j rnt ~d States tr2oops was remnoved
f11 ro tihis place. \fW understand thleir
destinationr is Dakota.
\1fe don't see that their removal
hasr' made tine Ilast change inl our com-.
muitnity, eicept that a blue cpoat is a
2rare sigh t in our st reelsr. andula bar rel of
lager beer lasts lOnger at Schioppaul's
thian before they left--Union 77mr i.
Yesterdlay morning, a mian dirri-ved
*in this city and registoredl at the
('harlotte hlotel as "Dr. P. 11. Namp
teen, Coulnmb22ia, S. C.'' i-o clim~i red
al to be ah soii of (Gen1. Wa~de Illamp
ton,~ thlough t hero is no doubt that lhe
is an1 inieposter oif the worst sort. This
is thu fellow whon has5 been handed
rero)2nd41 i extl ensivelIy by thle press of
t. ' tate'. lie will Uear watchinrg.
(. rl 1 :. Olu . r~~ .
We have 'Iebtioned tho fiot that
the Camnden Jourual has passed into
the editorial colntrol of 01e. J. 13.
lurshlaw. In his salutathry GeA.
ItershaA aQnya "te'6gnizing fully
the va.t changes of policy incident to
the revoluti'On through which we likAve
Iassed, and admitt iqg the allm' *tha
IceoIplished revolatlaidi ,e'iome
.wllf, Iwe sh all uno\ 'ob*1 i'da'gainst thi
incvitable, fd* th' ht fo'duotion ,inap
lue.Ations of the '1y; of truth wbli
however val'ued as sa'ored vindications
of o'u r past, ha a ceaie'd to it a l
practi'cal i.ies." John It. Kershaw
was 'ono of tle iea'dink spirlit in tbh
Beforn movenlrint of S'outhl Carolina
in 1870. We gre'et hi'n Waraly in
his new ield *f a'otion', wher'e b'e an
even more. briljiait 'Opp ,ort'uni'ties
I lan bi h a'd on th'e "t'ente? feld'"
followi'ng sto'ry is told of' Ie-V
Mr. IIoinmond, who approan'hed a
man at Burlihtoi the other day ask
ing him if he ,Was a Christian. "N
repiid the.'ther par'ty, a't am A,rat'.
I od .han." "Well," said Mr. laul
miond,'"1 lindA ot s'vb-al, conductors
in New EnglanA that arp Chriatians."
"That may work doiin East tll right,
but, a nian CaIn4 b6 both in Iowja,t
rets)i nidd the employee.
Wednesday borning, Miroh 19, 1873.
1'. ROSS 1Wj3RiftS'UN Editor.
Ett Cortesjiolend'C solicited frosi "64sry
seclion of the country.
Our coluumns are op .to alLfary .afe
diojassion qI any.pyisiciplo, tkhorj or iglea,
bt (./ are in no way reaponsible for ihe views
or opinions of correspondents
Indian and Mortifon Affair.,
If feedht. neffs fropn Washingtob
can be relied upon, the administra
tion has in contemplation active move.
menits against both the Indians arlid
Mormons. It is rumored that th'e
first named are shortly to start upon
the war-path to tedft.i *tt p posed
wrongs, affd it In in fl64 of this, *e
prsune; that the govornment is fire
paring for Yigorous lhea'ures. The
aboriginal inhabitants of the far
WcAt have caused our national Solon.
no little antount of troti lo ih deter
mninihg the treatmant they 0'hould re4
oeive; and still presont dbsinclc in
the ivay of tiie ulding up and d6
velopriiit of the most fertile portion
of our country. For this rbsaon we
have long favord i barsi polioy to
wards them, didt, howover, Iosing
sight of the tact that tbey have ill
niany instancoa been treated *ith un.
IeeIsOaPfy vo:rity: TI-e nature of
tho savage is a pec.uliir one, and has
baffled the efforts of distinguished
physioldgists td ithom it. It there
fore should be carefully handled, and
not viewed from an improper stand.
point. The government should, while
mnaint aining a deter mined oourse, look
upon ?dis sai'agd nafturb as a dif
lieult prob~lem, onde reqadidog 19,iudom
and1( st atesmanship to sohoc. Ba 21~
measures simply encourage the feroci.
ty of the savage.
In regard to the Mormons, we are
~somewhat puzzlced to knew in wlat
way theo government will proceed
agLainmst them. So f.ar as their relig.
ion is coiiderned, they anfe protedted
fromi molestation by4 t'ho O6istittie'n
of the buited States. b~tei control
the territorial Gloverniment of Utah,
which is the only power that can in
torfero with their polygaimous practi
ces, unless Oongress s'hould ade fit to
legislate upon the subject.- In tlho
e vent of thei r liinderi'g the s'e Hier
of writs from the Uni teu States Court
then the Federal idutliorities e~uld
doubtless rush in the military upon
tb'eom, and assert its' authority. It is
repo'rted tlhat Brigham Yoring hat
sent out exploring parties to look for
iv refarge for thd ''Saints," in case of
their expulsion front D'erdt. This
would seemi to indicate that lfrighdfm
is anticipating a storm, and wants to
be ready when it does comue. So lone
aa lhe and his followers violate no
Act of the National Assembly, they
cannot, in our humble opinion, be dis.
tinrbod. They are a f'ugal, hard.
Workinig peoplec, and' with thi'o excep
tion of their principl~e of a plurality of
wives, they itre moral aid firtaio'us.
We say this much iaY a Irpirit of jus
A Thnsting 8hae',
The American people have sufeied
tuulh at the bzinds of their law-mak
Or. during the past teti years in the
shape of fraud and oiession, but
we kno#V of no act of Cong'ress equal
in infamy to the bill passed during
the dying hours of the la't' seSsion of
the Forty Sodond Congress,- wlioreby
ovdr a mni'llion and a half dollars were
appropriated from tlie National
Treasury to pay foifsbrfiefsa nefer per.
formied. W e have id1lerende to the
passage of the billl'increasinq th6 sil
aries of members of Congress from
$5000 to $7500 per annum, and mak
ing it retroactive in effect,that is, ap
plicable to the Fort Semon on.
gress. The s'im and substanceo of thie
matter ii that the tmemtbers took idi.
viddilly $2500 Imdre irom tho Tras'
qiY tian they had earic'd r wcre en.
tied 16. Demo~rats i'hd llepublicans
alike ook part in this oiitrg', 'uu
*enl aOd in hand in puudoring a
whql'. nation, for it adiouated to
4othing mote 'Or lioS than tilat. Of
those Who voted for the mneasure,
there ire bald t6 be sixty-thren who
Ufil4 of a re aloction by thei'r oun..
lsiLuoy laat til', whicb shows that
'the pioie pLoed a r,or ehtiliato
upoq theii- servicos, and consulted
their hue intereus in not s e' nrning
them to the hall of (ongren. Doubt.
Iesis thdugh the disaproitedI'ongro.s
mien feol solue satiifi'l"i'sn in I a ing
l' thi $oeltoti eF'thl I.n,0 o
salary than they had contracU1 for.
This sium will go a.g t WAyV to
wards uiill fying their i njurod feel
We- know of no language .0rong
enoughI wtli wioh to denloutieo
tdis a',t of tho.o wiio %'relo 6wo, 'to
guard And Frdtdiot lio intorents of a
kreit an'd 'elighteieod people; It
should call tfrth the ui'inalified con
d8tiination of every man who clais
to be honest, an1d has at heart the
welfare of his Edntry, So lgh-nt
an ab&ies of power sh6uld niot go un
iebtikeo a single hour, bet iihodld bo
btigmatiied 'as it doservos. wan
toti A wist6 of tho piblic funds allows
on the 'art dt Its perjiotratdrti a rbek
lek.ness alid all indifference that hat
no paftll in the ani'ls (f triod'in
In rtrpn-All biart M, ni To-Day.
P im the Dnily Fun or mtareb <li.
This is the morning t f Iuangura.
tion )ay. At tiveh'e o'clock en.
Grant %Mll reneiv his ofibial outdi Ind
enter ulion his second leriM.
We 8lh0"ill be a base and ignoble
eojlb if.t;he ii/upil.0 of nai'tioial and
patronic foeliing dii iot tIr Ito day
in every breast and amcord him a uni
versal welcome. All hauil to the
President of the ti.ited States ! O(..e
spontaieous and united pii-ayer will
iiddond to heat tiat th'e seicondl
term may be brighter :uiid better than
his hist, and that 'in his high and dit
ficalt positiol) hme thay be ou guided
by Niedoman that ulpon his retirement
four yeArs henoe tihe 6ountry mxidy- be
in a bond! io6 of licIe aid frtsperi;
It is wIll that the inaugurale'h 1
to be atteinded by ruroustances ci
unusual splendor atid fftivity. There
*ill be an unprouvilunid atteitandc
ind di'play of the' milit.ary. This ip
all right. Let hut pattriotic citioen
soldiery twrn out ii the Asiu'egth of
their numbefs to met their Coin
mander-in-Chio'f. .. gl6ry in the
ex~hibitionm as indicative of' lhe growtrh,
health, and buoyaney of tihe nation.I
Whoever is Presidenit, we are not to
forget d'af ha is Vred~ut. And let
the first day of his ueiv barec be fol.
lowed by a night of joiy and fe.-tivity.
It should be an occasi'ion of germeral
gratulation, inarred by no sour' or
querulous expr'.-siuin or feeling from
\V o tortain our own v'iews as to
~lh6 duties of tihe Indelpend 't P'res
of the (Jnited States, anid we rsgard1
as among the first of its obligation~s
the support of both the nat ional andi
State Governmonts-hy whomsoever
which its support can be initeli'gent,
ly and conscientiously given. Th~lere
are' few greater ev'ih than I~rty
spirit. ht leads to ill-oonsi'dered an i
unscrupulous assaults upon thoso ini
power, made anid kept up from no
liigher mot ive thanm tihe selfish desire
to suppli nt and succeed t i em. Our
idoist statesmnic' hat'6 most doepl'y de..
flored the prevalsn'ee of suel'h a spirit;
1. ut unfortuidatel9 it has long QXisted,
and we fear wi'll be perf'etual i' this
Gen. Grani entors up'lon'is second
termi under circu'mstances of pecultanr
em) "assment; anid difliulty, a'n'dl we
feel disposed, therefore, not only to
give him a fair show, but to estend to
him some degree of idulgeneo.
The party uhich elected him is over
whofm~'dt and engulfed in the nalion.
al councils by the most stupendous
frauds in legi-slation every brought
tio the light of day. me'ry joint in
that party is crushed like tile bones of
a malefact6' broken upon a wheel;
and the idea of their ever being res
tored to soundness and health or in
any way recovering theim' lost and des
troyed strength, seems opposed to the
ra w of nature and of God.
The suspioion has been circulated
and is entertained by many that Gen.
Grant means to be a oandidat'e for' a
third term. This may be l6ohed up~on
as tihe idlesti of idle runiors-unless
he be touched with insanity. A' mere
attiempt on his part to oldet himself
to a third term against the unwritten
law established by the uniform pae-~
tice of blis nredacesrs would i nk,
blu, iu the estimatiiu 6f th A iieri
can people, deepe'r tidn e'or plum
met sounded. It woi d be impossi
ble for Iim, by any e'Toit 'or con.
trivaice; to obtain any considetablc
1upoirt c- a single elehtoi at vote,
in itis vi'ew the masses of all parti
will concur. The very old chair oc.
eupie'd by G'e'org'e W Asbngtoii 'on 't
ocoasion of his inauguration, and ir
which it is said Preeideunt Grant will
Rit to-day, will uilently a( anoiiiIh hou
alike arrogant and futile aby such at
tempt would be.
All hail, the-n, an'id a enpyroI i we)
ooni: to the PreIdognt is ko thit' di
enters upon his .e'd and last thrun
of <illet, witi, . i feet, .t a ig
he b b tn-daig g.r vi'A th114
party which electedl him.
The mumditSier lill soon 1)C tipo'n us
aid dien coies chillA and feid ri, upoi
the unfortugatea lii'ing on tih1 we
side of town.
Old people may that niny year
ago Chills .'Pl. fever a1licted Mr
aleb 'Clarke famnilt aId those liin
in that vicinity, and t'hat on thi
draining of Gen. Buchanan's pond tho
disoaso di sappeatrbd tintil tha poti
below tiogdiii td follut'o tho air'
tnllics thimething is done 9 ortor
and ilruggiats twill contitio to b0 rea
their boosts, antd W'i n.bro ina
bid "gobil hve' to her an.cient iepu
tion for bohi!h. P'A U11 1 Y.
Noriti Uarolimi N cs.
A butcher had on Phibittion ii
Itileigh two oxenn weighing 4,10
A dr-zen vehicles filled with gipsi.e
p*eil thriough Fayettuville oil th
''he Heaver Creek company, o
FPayettevillc, umed 400 bales of cotto
dim ing the la.st, six months:
.ieo Spoke and Ilaalie ficlory, 0
Messrs Iluey, Ificks & Co.; at tidge
way, was buined on Weduesday.
Rev. Wmn. Barrington, Presidin
E-lder of the Greensboro and 11111.
boro Distriot (Methidist fell fot
the seaffoldhlog of the Methodist Fe
iale College building, at Grecensborc
alid.sustained fatid ii.juries.
Dr. A. B. Lucas, of Maville; 0
the W. C. k It. It. R.)' eutbred a ne
Lro shocim akr's shop, tid a4 be turn
eid to leave. the nlegro knocked hil
Ifownnd robbed him and then fled.
Ittis thought the blow will prooe fa
Noith Car.'lina P3 tais'ed $5;00
for the titte-fai-.
Colored Lab.orms' unions are bein
formed in Wilmington,.
A liter.iry mouthly illioe is be
ing published at StUtb'iv ile.
Juigc Little is to lie the orat6r o
St Pamrick's Day in Raleigh:
Snrry county has three cotton fu-c
>riv-s, ill full operation gnd ane'the
l h-s .\bltie (Owena; a schaot girl o
D).,vie county, wats buied to death Ias
A col ireud woman was arrested ii
W'ilmiington on F'riday for kidnap
ping the child of another colured wo
By the decision of the Suprem<
Court, T1hursday, th Western, Nor I
Catrol in a Raibonmd J~ans int o th<
hands of Major WV. II. llowerton al:
its legal president.
N .rai h Carolini is to be d ividec
into two d i.tricts--Colonel D~ouglas
the nuarshal of the western, anid Mar.
hli Carrow remainin g iii clharge 0
- the eiaslern district.
The deamd body of a mysferiotislj
murdered colored man, unmed Jin
Wo9oten, wa~s fonnde last Saturday
ne..r Sand lIill, in flichmuond county
not fir fromi the railroad track.
ordtegau exports 1,25'o',006 dask
of wine annually.
M-issachusetts baa 879 inhabitantU
to every mile of railway.
.Germany will expend $6t7,00O,0'0(
in reiwing and comnpleting hier sys
The cottop seed of the South, whiel
were oinde thrown Jrway ats worthless
%re now worth $3,000,000 a year.
A New Fagglnd nlanufacturer o
chewing gum hias retired fromn busi
ness worth a eleani milioW d'ollar, amn
yet there are fortunes fo'r others.
Diedl, on the 24 ult., at his home
near Erwinton, says the Marlbori
Times, lir; iyerson L. Jlro6kes; o
Ba'rnwoll, g. C. Mr. Brookes gadcua
ted iWithu distinction at tie UTniversit
of Geogia, about eighteen montu
since, and was a young man of unusua
promise. The death of such younj
won is a publ ic misfortune.
IA Georgia colored lyceum disetas
sed the question, "WVhidhi is the m'os
useful, paper or guinpowder ?'" To,
debate was closed by ai disputan't
1who spoke as followvs: "Mr. P'resi
dent,'spose dar' was a bar at do doe
and you was to go dar and shako d
papem' at. him, you woulld see what d
bar wouldl do ; but jos shoot a cannot
at him and see what comes. I call
for do tquestion.'' The Pr es iden
foiVtdith decided in favor of powder
Irate dealers of cit her ser "mnix
ed" in Charleston. The brute of
mstrat on the wamian, and sh<t
stukhim with a leaden billy an<
gave $nf00 bait.
It is now tlipught that ipatead d6
Ing conquered 'laptaiu Jack iis
out LPnarated tiie l'eado Commission
era apd soldiera,
W he41orks i'; indI a alIf iver
burned iid the chie .engineer wa
killed in thp ailing w Wae a
By a majurity of three theGovern.
ment was defeatio on t.69 1riah Uii
versity bill, and Mr. Gladstone ten.
dered his regigiatigd.,
The Spanish Assonibly his aieed
definitely to Wsspond iUp fuilotion at
a constituent body ou the 1st of
is rto, the President of ih S1,an.
ishA'ibly, has resIgued on ac.
Colit f, .i ,health. .. ,
.o. 1) ,I..jpkios, of Baltimore, de.
die-1 tel $2,000,000 to I ho itnil r.>I
the .,iuk, mndigent and orpL-an.
Ildut we'8 ail'ted ited Statej
It is b'eliuved that ludge Richard
sonl, the iietini; Se'retary of the
T e asur4 will su'cced floutwell.
EmAperor Williaili ojeued Germa't
Pl'atri i a t yeSliday'.
The lilinois llouie almost by
unaiiir.oua vote censured theif teim
. bers of Congress (who vu'ted for iu
crea-e of salaries.
The Fails. City bank robbbry wil
reach $)0 6.
The Linddu ournals lient a
great length on tie Cabi nel ci isis.
Erie investigation 'cuinmitteu wil
sit with open doors. .
Th' 'Gzernan geogi-apliii societief
propese to send nn expedition to ox
plore Westeirn Africa.
A laiip >xplo-i,.n causerd a larg
fire in Tusoula, Illinois, last Tueuda
Douglass confirmed an Marsha
E-o-tern distriet of North Carolina.
Troublc in LAOk Ultj, Vldrida
Sw ith til efficials.
Sout hern clatis passed upot
. anlotillt to $820'000.
Schodher ilaraco Adler, Philadel
phia to Charleistod, +as akbauoned a
f dua Lf di crew:
i A boat was wredked in breaker
and mate, cook nod one man were lod
f The Fronch Coveriitent has mad<
a proposition Concernitg tie iudbuiu
- ty to the dovernment of Gertinay.
There appears to havo been an un
derstanding between the Tories ant
the Libprals who votd Qihalust Glad
1 stone's li ish University bill.
- 'lie Governor and Lieutenant Glov
, ernor of Nevada are at war over thi
Disraeli wascheered by tife popit
Carliats treat their prisdners varj
- Dr L. D. Ilustoti wis eslpeller
from thb AMIbthodist Rpiscopal tOliiicl
South by tie Ialtimort' Conferenc4
Fridiy MSr gross licentiousness:
The $enate didi't fih ih Cldwell.
A winged calf is on exhibiton il
Gregon. I "i t. havo r
Newrorti Kcintuiky, is ohv
Masonio Tensple wdith fifty triousand
d 611a r,. .
The Legi.sL.tire of Rhode Islani
- ais legalied inarriages betweer
!>l:acks and white.
Only 626,305 hogs have beer
fslatughitered at Cincinnati from No
Lvetm ber 1, 1872, t o M arch 1, 187:'.
New Yorkc emplIoys two th'ousand
children uder fl'fteen years of age, it
making paper coflars.
There are strong hopes that the
sitrika of the Welsh miners is about
IA speoial fafom iJerliA' to the fiie.
says that ('ermnany refuses to evacu
Iate lport until the payment of the
war indomanity. is completed by
TPhe Germnan Government apprps
printed eighty puillfon tfalers for thu.
constructioiiof ships and ship yard..
Advices fromt the seat of war iib.
Cate that Captain Jack has yielded.
and the Mud'o' war~ is over;
TIhe .mneet ing of the Soua'neyien
Ishloomakers to) organiizii a strike was
thinly attended. It is thought to be
Commodre Mellen,y is dead.
A disp'atchi fr6m' liayonne says tie
carlistil in thb $paniish ro'vince of
Guipuzzoa have cut the ifailway and
buriined several sta'tioris between Stan
Sebastria~n an Iran. Travel betwen
those towns is entirely suspended.A
band of insurgents is threateing Jru'r
and it is feared the town wi'll fal'l inte
Radical oflicors fabridated ilhe Out
rages reported in Lraurens county, S
-Gerinday~ refnses" to evacuate Bel.
I fbnt unti'l the inidemn ity is alf paid.
German -evernmoent appropriao)
$80,000,000 thtalers to ship building.
It is leared the town of Irun wil
,fall into the hands of the Carlists.
5 In' ease of lhumphiey. ct: al;. fa
f Peq~ues, sent uap from Circuit CJour
. of b'outh Carolina, it was decided it
,Supreme Court that a State has th
s power to bind itself in the mattet3 o
Iroling'sling ('he righ( to impost
Grant has sent in nomination c
Ilolden to nuato as postmastor a
. Extensive ship holise a't Kaipha
Ptoint',-N. J., wa's blown in a gale
*iThe Mason Odilad to hav
erablo influerce in Persia. Nearl
all t'ho menibbra of the Persia'n- COur
belong to it.
The New Orleans Picayune say
that in the olden times in Louisiana
when a man had a lawsuit, lie used t<
- hiro a lawyer, bu( now he has to lhirt
lI The Court llouse at Abbeville has
been completed at a coa of $18,662
. LoNDoN, Maroih 15".''o repbr
that Disraeli refused tihie Premiershil
is unt.rue. He siniply rCprcsente<
the diliquities IN *MOdd have to 'con
fro'ti. Lord Derby his airived fron
in-As; and has had a long conf'ren'e<
with Disraeli. It is probalble Disrael
will acoept oflioe to finish the busines
9f the sessiaon by June, and di~solv<
Parliament. The Conservativos a)
ever the country are ou.fident of d.
result of the lection.
, LONboN, 5 arah 15.-The Wckb
Econonist say it, is roorr'd that
Derby yies to ltepre te 4( or
3 il'.i~ .\l. r ig LI. (~~r
ue n.gi vile lie:the. .: . : l
ing hit to0 diecflne (i..e. 1), el.
V0o10en11 %Iithl Diaratli, thast the Cor
servattives eati~iit aeccept the respor
e-ibilitiy 6OLf formjing the VT, t:rn uienl
. 1.its, March, 15.-A treaty ha
beetj nigiel'd to the effecL that I aie
will pay the last intiallinegnt of thl
war ind i;fi,ty oAi the 5th of Septein
ber, ihen Gorilliay will evacuat
Fretuch torritdry, inuluding Belf6unt
LoNboN, Mlarch 15.-DerUy ali
Disraeli have declined th' responsi
ty of forming a nei' Ministry
Nothing definite has traiiaIpire
ince this aiinrunciieItA It is ru
mored that Grahvile will be Pre
nier, and Cardeil Chaiellor of 114
chequor. Glashtone his goii6 in th
country till Moiday. It is expCectei
l'ailihment will fldj'ourn buin Mun
dlla to TLbiraday.
Ni.:w YORK, March 11.-Profo-so
John Torey, of Climbia Colla:e i
It, is now publicly charged, tha
Mrs. Putnam, the wife of the victim
recived $15,000 from in kith i-clativ
6 of Vds'ttor, the car hook murderer, fo
writing a letter to Get. Dix askin
for the coniinntati..n of his sbnteice
Cor.ub14osn3, March I1 .-'-The JIIwCe
Ilouse pdased i resolution eceisurin
the members of Congress who vote
that the increased salary be retroac
CoNconD,' N. II.; Na cl i1.- -Th
- (tains ai-o biniii~g honic a considera
ble number of voters, though th!
number is insignifieanut as Coud1are'
with other elections. ~
LocrsvIraLc, March II .-A spen.Ci
4-posit afte at Palls City Tobate
Bank was robbel. The Citranluce wa
from the floor above. The b,.ik lose
The teit of the treat flastern Cir
cus was bloln down. One boy wa
killed and two seriou.ly hurt.
NEW YORK, Mlarch I .-Ther
were sold to day, for the idlor's da.
es, at auction, the Moro Castle fu
$41,000 ; and the Coluinibil. for $dl
The floors of tie old Tiise of 1
fuge have fallc6: Threc bc'ys wer
A. 8. Divei fas resigicd the Vic
Presildencyv of the Erie Rairoud..
Conicon, March 11 .-lfen'ury' A
Bellows, Chief Justice of New Iramq
shire, is doad..
.LThe election is universally quiet.
TPhe snow iiped,-s travel to the polk:
S~At FrusNclco, .\biaich 13 ---Th
Pence Comm nisioners hoi v ,.- gv'm i
Modocs up; aid the sili' .:v i'., ii jul
control. It i stated that & dh Ar
already in the Iva heI i;. [.
ans have grcea Ututi iz o I .
andl abundant facef mn~d r. s.T.
ofbeers havU e Cornyleta! to-s ',
hiv. bed: ii
was reported to ihe 0oIa du ti ay, a i
amnendmcenit. It was made the bpesxu
order for Tuesday next.
89 Louis, March 13 -Seven fbour
and women petition the lIegislature
of Misssouri for the repeal of th
social evil lawv.
CICIscruAT, M'archl 3.-Tn th
United States Court to-day the fi'i
of S. WV. Morton & John C. Fremion
wi declared bankrupt as a firm.
.lovr~viLL.r., Mai/ch 13.--The rob
bery of the Falls City T1oba~eo.Rarn
reaches $300,000. Tfho re~ards a
CInIcaOo, March lS.-Tn h16 Illi
nlois Legislatiro, tihe Ulotse, Bj a vot
of 1 03 to 4,, pdoptod resolutions cen
su'ring the Illinois Oon'gressinan wvh
voted to increase their salaries.
Pnrf~i.p.frnu, Marceh 1 5.-CharlE
Cloak mnurdered his wife, to da~
with an axe..
J EV oaif, March l15.--No strilt
is anticipated b~y bricklayers or ho
carriers. They have'e~epressied satib
faction with the prceent walges an
Dr. Win. A. namnmond thini
Geore Fanca.Tainis insatne.
hQe, b~oofihp McI Ivaine, wh
died in Florence, .Italy, will b'
Ro~w Orleans special sav-a th
Crescent City National Bark ha
diosed its doors. Ii is said to be
TJhe Times publishes a card f'roi
Fremont, defending himself froma th
charge of fraud or connivancea
fraud, ie comuplaics of the unf'aii
nesa of the French cotarts in muakin
him the sole and conspiddlous defend
ant ; declares all money redeived b
hima to be accounted for to the re
ceiver appointdd by the Amecrican ina
French courts, and states that t'h
transactisons iallegod to bie fraudulden
occurred before he became Presidon
of the rad.
No progress in the Modoe var.
A cannon an(] the mlitiltin om plT.
ed the LietenantOovernor of Nevad-.,
to 66i render the p"nitientiar .i
The epiz outie is in I-in F'ranei:qo
IThe stage C outractors are using In.
MONTOoMERY, March 15.--buring
the progress of a debate in the House
of llpresentatives, Paraonr who was
Speaker ofthe Court Room Ioue, said
&eS2,000,000 bond bill passed by
tha t body was void ab) initio, bee'g so
i had never received tle constif u
t nal vote. Mr. Ilunter ano Ier
i-mbheir of that body, said T ill
..1by1 lb-u fnt hj.l no1 1(
. p - ' mI' ti-n tie 'I namte
. Ir' iii!, Was hiiCA by. (he. tluia,'e
iY nIn--teen L ll jority. Tlie tul ie i.
if Solomion is the special agnt for
thia nte, it hast beei k1 ept ii pro.
found secrct, here ; but Ihis represen
tations as to the pay'mtent, d7 their
at debis iro undeniably coirect.
NA-natoN. March 15 -Iin a re.
eeit examination for promotuions in
the lternal Revetie Iureat; under
the civil -cTrice an'lesa, one lady se..
eured a fourth clais cloekship. at
$, 800 ; ainothei- a third el ai, at $1,
6(0 ; while ten other persons vere
appointed to Second class clerks hips,
six of whoni re women. &iss .Seavy,
who secured [lie fourth a clerkship
- hias been employed .in tae oflice for
3 over ten fears, and for several yenrs,
has had xu el Ici card .ad direc
tion of the copyinrag divi:ion.
i-dos we e ised to (13-day by tle
l'etsidetit to John C. Ilubinson, of
South Carlina, and I - n.. C. Dupriest,
of No rih Caroi, both convicted am
Ku PuaInid senltv.nced to two years
a the Albay 'eniteitiary. Tho
Iformer had erred six and the latter
0 Te fi is renewed with fierceness
over the (itiCiniaatl postmasterhhip.
Capt. A. G. Sharp. was, on Thursday,
confirnaed by tle Senate, inl placo of
Kvndiiek, thel presentt incumbent
wno.e frienads inl force are nov here
to prevent Riai'p from entering upon
the ofiee ; and to cffect this end, they
will endeavor to iiduce the Senate
to to "cii 'er i ie vote by which Sharp
% L? 0o n b1frmiaed ; ana1l if' th ey fatil in
th will pri'Ir ch rges aigain.st himt
to the V"ifdeat. Governor Satit
haul is onl the grondIa, but takinig no
part n tLi ight. Seniat or Bronn ii low
left irIea to ni;;b t f'.r houae.
hGneral Terrii's Ienmination aits
I etitiou agent at. Inliatnaplis leaves
thle Third A.wistant Positniter-Genu
cr-oaal' olle val1aLat.
Currency llanep in Treasury now
6 1 500,0U. h'lie figures tire lowel
than for a great uiany 3 eirF. Tlib
- a u atin ig legd tender notes ard'
$3 57.15 5,.0 00.
iBoutwell wvilll cntinue'as Secretar~yj
three or- f'ur d iys. Julge Riclard.
son's frieids alie not so corifident.
C Cmmodore W. K. Latimer ii
The hantdrnen of James P. ii-e-r
Collctor' of die lh'fth Maryland D'ist
-riot, withdrew their bonds, iWhen
Mahlaer wias j iled on the chairgo of
ma i f)(apppi ation of publdie mono y.
, F wy Yoni, .\I arch 15. -Tha bank
-o I01s of' Ilenry .\h'nenger, a siidnh
swinadler ar c e.d ye-teadaty, tdnow ha
o00i0 per' week, sinlce Januitary 1I.
hei~ idtows antd or ph aus of' the fire.
mlen ktilled by thea Hu'.nover street
'lat "trophe htave been prd'ided for
*. ia ITrustees of thie Firemnon's
* aj~ 750,000 ;
a '~ ' ,~I~ Mmeh 1 5.-C"otton
op1eed weak ind closed wiith a dowvn
ward tenadency-uplainds 19) ; Orleaans
90.g; sales '218 bales. Gold 14k.
(aa.~rn.:S-roN, MIarch 15.--Cotton
dull--aidding~ 181; roceipts 961
bales ; Nales 200 bales.
Ii i n'aoaoa, March 1 5.--f'hening
Cotton opened dutll with a down ward
tenadenecy, bunt closed ianchaged--up-.
lna(Is 02 ; Or'letans 9g.; sales [10,U00
'Yvirtue of stindr'y execuations to me di
.rectedl, I will offer for saln t'o tho high
est bidder befor'e the3 Court, llouse de'or in
W ~innlsboro, on theO first Moniday in A pril
*next, within tihe legnl h'ours of stale, for
o enlsh, the puarchIaa.r to piay for all acese.
stary papera, the following dot cribed prop.
Serty to wit:
.All that piece, pa'cil of' tr'iO'of lanf( ly
t big becing and sirittt itn thle County of
Faiirtield aid State .of So'attt Cauolinai con
e ta'itiing li'iry l.ight neraes mdret' or lmes
Li antd boitlaed by lanids of' Dra. It. 11. Edmnds
.Jaianes Sitowart alid' llonibutend of Mary
L aoiedluporl as the pi"operty of' Eli
llarr'ison. ,a~ theisula t of WV. 10. itober'tsonu
aj 1xecuit o *ghainstt I' ilii arrison, and ot heris
agst I Mthiae defendiianit.
o , Il naea" lnore or less ad~jo3ining landis of'
S I'. Pureit.'tj J. A 'puirket antd Etzan.tntger.
C lipe t ipo' as the pJrope)ri v oi Da'ni el Nel
aona at the suit of a.1 is K. Itobinsoni.
. I.. W. I)UVAILL, 8. F. C.
8 Sheitfl's Omc,
a Winnsboro, lartcha 18, 18'73.
"i 0M" c-"'NelAte.^
i'J ahl 18 it. J. MeeARLEY.
Eagle Amboniatedl Super IPhls
I ~ phate.
Srfi IS etuperior' fertilizer is offered to p1. n
-tea's tat the following rates. $48 Cash,
1 *55 on timie, payable lei November.
Its stanidard is gua'rnteed, and its emeiacy
Sitiunsurpassed~ by any in the market. For
furaatherparliaulars, address or call on thae
mzcha 8-dam T. I.RnOnEUn-rQN