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TuWior of the Werkb, C cnodv
Si: In my last letter I gavo you
n rambling iCeuount of my journey
southwards. In it I intimated my
intention of dealing at large on noutli.
ein tubjects inl 11o spirit of pa rtielty,
but as a strangcr who 0soe 0 ojIct
is to write of this State ats l'found it,
not as I expected to find'it.
It is almost necdless to iiirorm youir
reaiders, that this porti6n df the
U1nion has been miArepresouted ih
the past. American wiiters, know
ing full well the world's ideas in re
~ard to slavery, . and tomelmering
.llat 11(e of thlo.highly civil'zed na-'
tions of the Old World tolerated that
institution, and that the free people of
both hemi.pliere ;eaieIly drank dbwn
the r volting tales, whinh Were puio
ly fictitious, of Southern cruelty;
8LV1g,-i.sm and lawletsanes, took caro
to supply the deiand for such litera..
'ture. Some of theso writinp. havu
obtained a world wido eclelbrity, aini
in no small degree contributed to the
success of the abolitionists in the lato
Wo all remember lie wellIknown
long, "Lillobulero," which, as boast
edt by its author, sang James I, of
Etngland, out of thirce Kingrioms. You
and 1 in vain look thronuOh its Stanzas
for poetical beauties. Did bot By
ronl's stirring "Address to the
Greeks'' contribute to the full of th'e
Musvelman inl the once pcoud centre
of the atts and sciences ? And in
the mi manner, what powerful in
fluence did the blansililes' Hymn ren.
der the Gaul in his strnggle against
the last of French K ings ?
It is not the excollence of these
jiieces I have <quoted (lithough the
last t wo mentioned are master
pieces) that havo rendered thein so
popular. No, they were simply the
*tim iiieiits, which actuated the peo plo
for whom they were intended, freely
and boautifully expresed.
In the same msanner, tiles and ro
nainces, whose heroes were slaves,
aiud whose tyrants were snothert girti
tiomen, spoke the siitimits cbtdr
tailed by the great mass of the iiorth.
ern people, and the Anglo 8axdn
rao0, and in consequence were eagerly
red a11nd long remembered. When
all b;.l become fully charged, then
came the struggle.
We find i population of six millions,
arrayed against twenty millions of
fellow-citizens, the latter having their
own and tI e tworkshops of the world
at their control. Civilization stood
agha.- t. The western hemisphere
rocked and swaye'd with the tramp
of armed men. Por yors (lie bloody
:wl un:equal struggle raged. The
A cdoExon people stood with arms
folded looking tllently on. Uintrue
to their past professions of "sympathy
with the struggliing," they ho:ird un
heeded calls for hunadre-ds of thousands
of armied men to crush~ a struggling
natilonality. Aloney wasli ap'parently
dead.* Jtssistanieo to Entopeat\ na1
~ions whilst lighiting. against the genius
of Naipoleon.-tho guaranteen to the
1 oninan Isles-the t reasmo e epended
to make G recian independence a rbal
.ty -- tile blood shed to maint ainl the
TIurkish despautlim, anti thle inxfluene
of thec Koran against the Greek
chureb, were all conveiently for.
Never in all history did literature
rxert, stich an jillneo iii such a
struggle. T1he suffer lngo of the poor
negro brother had been dolefully
written ; the cruelty and( cowardile
oif his harsh task-miaster, wvidoly ci r
culated ; and in fact, the boasting
assertion1 of Yankeedomn, that the re
bellioni would bao ertushed in three
umoniths, fully believed.
lint four long years sped on, afid
the cowardly sIlave ow~ner of the South
piroved to be the gallant and high.
spirited cavalier, miafilly struggling
for rndepenidoneo against frightful
odds. We see himu barefooted, raggedl,
halIf starved,- but still fighting ~on.
We admia ed him in prosperity and
surely can feel for him1 in1 adlversit y.
Lee fought many gallant fights, gain-.
ed nmany bloody baittles, yet .1 love
him niuore than all when I See himii sur
rounded at A [pumattox. lAly imaigi
nlat ion pictures to 11e the old hoacy
healded General, clad in the worn and
faided grey, surrouinded by his "inis
erables," wtho have followed him in
marny a weary mareb and battle.I
camn lancy a t eair Ii ngerinog in his eve,
as he looks at thle sit aatioun, iand at the1
twenty thaoussnud gallant menC that in
d etiance of hunger anid nakednewss rre
still readly to tibey himn. !!o suir
renders to almo~st at tuilhlioni of men, by
wVhioml he is suirroun de~d. L inmagii.' I
hear the weepinig u5'd wailing t hi.8
theni ensues: but Lee haus done his
Jlat and his best. Yanikeedoma now
yells as if mad--the world's radie:Jls
encore-the negro is free--the gre1t
Tlhie st rn~iJle, hioweoer, fully ii Lmon
strated the fact, that nowhore in the
world i-s ther'e at ml gallant race
nn cd one0 that Enro'~)pean naltLions had1(
less sympathy for. In somio Americani
l'nhin the year 1861, 1 saw at very
striking carrieature. Around ai large
building uiponi which were visible the
letter U. S. A., a crowd of whites
were assenabled celebrating independ
enee day). In the foreground was a
?hackled negro, uponi i hose head sat
a baboon, tailor fublhion, lustily aing
inig "The home of the ba ave and the
lan~d of the fiee." The picture ex.
actl y rcnresctit ed A merican li fe at)
I.tat period. ~ 1 ia liutle truISposi- f
yun we can inake the pfiturm 1epre- u
fait life in this sato ,n the year
.)f hr Lord 1872. Brand tie build. to
'o. (i. Instead of the whiftes plaCo
bak, mith a sprinkling of whites in
Lermixed, ul-on the brows of soeti
of the latter brand ren p4cs, over the fa
slioulder df the're.t of the whiles sus
pend a'caIrpet-bg. -n thieforegrobutid
plaeo a white, wit !tirirms piniined, (11n
hiis headl seat i dar1k ejy, inginig tihe
Song or the ha loon,. in t.no roeu.r let a
rrgi metst of Uncle F am mijuajits 1p.
pear, and, the picture is o..niplete.
Such, si, Pam sorry to thy, is th o.
sition cf the whito race in thia unhap- 1)
py S'ate. _
Again ha 'dour Anglo Snxonr ). . 'I
prov6d untrue t. th.ir profes-lons.
They raveVd aflU gl'ew er. 'zk'd oer t1
eislavenerit (T the "du-k' uorN of
1lam" which, by the was, they them.
%elveh were the'tirst to l in ind .
age, Atid noT calmly shut their (ye b
to the fact-, that Ileti of a o r
race as themselve, are politidally e
eitiuaveid, whillie the beingis-2o 1."!y
thoisaends of whio Imch perishe( t)
free, are inl political. slavery, b1),ul to
body aind Soul to think at their dieta
tois think, and do a their dictators
do, without daring to utte'r a wuord (if
coniplaint or inu'iintr in the blightest M
Dut the ('and idi and intelligent ti
CaniainItl pIblie '11.y sty, thatt ihe -
Souij terners'ltve n6ie but 'theiselves
to ibid fault for all the evils which
hate befallen thutn. I admit to a
supeMieil 'chqIuiler, this iiew may 0o
Seem) to be corrc-, buit tW ohol who of
studies the hiatory of this reiblidt,
the abo'o il lie fmund an ''orron'edu'
Rtatelienit. TelA ba l'ok jaulc to the
beginligiq. 'reviotsi it the declara
tion of i. -PT udence, we havo Slavery
fIrmly esltb.bvl ill the thiuteen as
colonies. N,.e:ity 'amplled their Ut
e1n1ploylne..nlt ClhC the early and 6d. oi
ventOroui O 'ul-.t imue Iit ha ie hbail,
d,.oned lie iio (.t ' i winj so largely u
.tilupe i nernsdead
of' the !!ur e pi~i - - Lmi-d i- t)
ti - wb,!.) 2 I , '5 ' 2 riliied b
ile(l Wt1 * I
ti.01 w ieth :. ; !i t i l l.' : ro e d U sh0
in . Amenies a~ I.. .. A c.i ne
domnatu; ve au' it..r ts'linig, in
caiued lonui N. I: Im~' the~ altly por- C
tionl of' huianity wii'hi haus evel- ydt
boien roee sI'ul etachralled.
A fler the co-looieo had increased a
in population they struck, and Ptruk
IIPceSSful: y for itde pomience. A ac
lino of ti ir diuhbrate-d delaI ation gr
being mince wused as a chief atrgiinieit -
by the party known is abol.Lionists.
"All itien are born free anl qiial," fi
this is a trtiti which I ill common TI
with all other Britih.li subjett firm- ti
ly believe, 4ud c'hecrfully endorse ; be
but, let Us glance at It as an anti-sla- C0
very urgument. Ii doing so, lyo are
placed betcedn tbth horns of a dilem. th
ma, and o vai -;It upon which we o
please. If the above truth in 1776, tr
embraced the negro then the great ti
statesmen of the Revoltition camo bet- t
fore the wor'd striking for freedom
with a lie upon their lips. If it did al
not embrace the negro then cotistitnt- P
tionally, he was not a nman but la slave so
with no privileges but such as were da
accordedl to him as8 such a beinig, thienia
evidentily the right of the lato strug
gle must be conceded to the South, gi
since they and they alone wore up. d1
holding th6 Constituttion ini its origi-- p1
nal purity. mr
A gain, after the establishiuent of
the Re~public-em igration pou11red in
rapidly, and ,the nort h and east being ~
graiu countries where slavory is not
profitabld, the cjueation of free an.1 in
slave States sooni becamno agitated.
With the cdminencemniot of the agi- O
tationi, shrowd Yanikeeii, wiho are
nlever foitud on the losing side of a
speculat ion, if shrewdness will briny e'
them out 0. K., qlitly shipped their' ai
niegroes South sold thomi to the high. ia
est bidder, and then furiouisly joined
with the cry for freedom. Ia a few.
years almost all theo "aigs'' weree
3outhi of ifason and Dixon's line. wv
hiut iii a few years new Southerni ter-p
ritories, demanded admiissrion in to lhe
IUn ion. Thleu commeninced a1 se'ries of
as' stormy Sessions of Conigress, as the
Capitol ever witnessed. Clay, the
great C'omproliniser, lhw ing p issed his
"dumnibus lbli" and some1 others,
all apparently was a dead calm ; yet 0
aniy itmparttial reader must admit that i
the notth hiad the beist cend of the ar.
Lincolnis eloeoi w-as thie signal for
rei tlt. Here the South was to blame. te
ilow much bettor would it ha~ve bueen se
to h ave fought on the dongress floor th
their rights, thani on tho tented field.
The advantage gained bythe anta
eouiist nias onily tt'unpjorary', anid t itne
alo' .vould have given them the lis. ch1
cem cy. ut looking at the crues- t4o
"" "niene 'iD Du thtan aun abo51.
iihion: Il'- ib .t .inI Congrj~ess could hii
give u L..t ,..i r pr" party would 'be o
hinly thev' c'u~i I. hDe far alstray',
w ' ". \ r l' id lent him--oelf
i rt auD D to !) - ;/s '' :s trnu-h, so ,
.11w11 , ".a i.ii, t o t D qujre n1 o
Is. ii n :. any pop'e any
where in D thet r 'e-s , bi Do the( er(A
i~taLI D S ~tl'mei'n:., anid moldi Ce
nain ih 'I uiS. t' mi b~ee'." By niI
s.iloo e .i.,' Isnat- the Ri aroiutionu of' th
'76 aind '61, they appear i'dhent ical. i
in '76 the, cooot comane of g-re.. I tri
vious taixatiomn ; in '&1 the South didl fmi
the i~amo. Tlhe former f'or its sup. etc
port of foreign mercenaries, the latter' coc
f'or the onrichiment of a few maan-. rni
factunring monopolists in the New sel
England States. T'hey were both re.
,ellious in the eyes of the world, an
Bloth nopoaled to the God of ilat tic to
lt,be juoutic of their cause. Wah -
,toa was often .s) cnsful, often
suocessfdl. So was Leo. Washing
,j'eis:6d by Fran.-o, estalidedcl
3 indel-endem e of his country.
a, ithout vstance, fai'ed. Ti.e
r1d cIl W bingt.. n a hetro, the
her of h1iscountly,'? and i-o) a
fVJuesday Montiig A pril 2, 1873.
. OPS S EOEthN ditor.
4'" Cor oespa.i1inne an'icilad ' iis inery
ion f t e cI 4111111Y.
hur colualins ato open io all for a free
su 4 (r n y ariueoiple. theori er ide ,
I we a4-eiii ills n % ty re potishihte for t lao views
e-i.iiiiois of c~rragon-lenIs
A ttiiha Comlimpmnit.
V en-Pro.srident Wilson h ,d o.csioi
vacate th', rie al chair in the
nato th6 UIei- dai, aind cilled Gen.
ndon to ,ren'de over that body.
r. Wilson p1ol.:ihly de.,ircd to tako
6ib reparation J..r having, uniwi.
agly nio doulbt, aittimpted to admin i
er the iron vlad oath to the new
natur from Georgta when he was
orn in. At niy rate it was ahigh
miplimenit to ono who is desrving
all the diO'irguishcd honot-a he
We ad tisd onr townei-pooplo to lay
do all i tsobal 1pi -fer ences, and
ite in electil g, gia od boarl of mumi
al of.eers. We oisl harllony and
ity of action ls the uIrvit mani of
Vating Ohw elti iro intci-esti (,f thbe
wn. All dilfeini.i6 of opinion
mi be ba(ricice-d to the publib
al; and a censhinaed a ffo t. thade tu
'ee in ollice honest and tcapable
Corription in H:ch Plao65,.
The U. S. Senate has been recently
vet igating the manner in whieb
lddull of A Lata. obtai.ed a ieht
that body, and h-Ad about reached
:oialusion in th inatter vhen Uald.
1l tu ndered his resiguatiniu. This
Liou ou his part, in tlho face of the
mve ehzarges pendilg :against hit,
a pl..i n 'cones.<on of guilut, tind is
soptible of ii) other consbtrtetion.
i'At is to siv, L is ai adhiiiioin that
e Senior Seniator fsom Arkanhas
ught his wily itto tle iatioital
unicils. It !. all adrilli 5 i'l also l hat
a law-ihking ht'avJeh of it Tidsper
a a1tli eilIiglteild Sato wau con
illed by lillhy luere, eabrillbing
ir sacred trustsa to greedy gaini
un blt(AnIlc; , t heir repulationa fbr
I time. Wliether (aildwell will ap.
al diteetly to his constit.-, and
ek a re-elect ion as a naian of vitida
lion, ren in~0 s to be seen. Iloe
tids now b0 fore t he peoplob a d is:
aced'u than, a s cino who h as beeri giv
to dirty' woth to iiceomplisuh bin
upjosesa ad hasu at last ben ou nd~tii
it. II ii ciii rt in and [11(rottehdIess
i been finally laid bare, atnd ho ban
it esen po the conaseqni >nees;
Theure are Senatorai yet remllainiing
Conigress against w hom htate been
eferredl chargea simil1 ar to thioso
Rich have forcd Cald well outL of thei
nuate, und we sincerely hope that
ery case wsill be sifted thloroughly
id to the bottom. Tfhe natiois at
rgo dlesires no corruptioiati to
ame11 its lauw., iad the honest 1men1 it
)lgress owe it to t heilr coufftry; as
nll as to their owln fair fame, to e?.
'I frotu their dleliberations8 every oe
ho hazs obtauined his positi onl by re
rting to bribery and forruptiti.
The Licnse Question,
Wo~ re print hereewit hi other sections
the Startute oef 1 849, 'egulat ing
ec granting of Tavearn and lRetail
conisep. Inl 1gitnaiitag this subject,
> do not wish to be understood as
itiatinlg a crusade' against liquor
fling. Wo simiply desbiro to hatve
e law enfou ced, without regard to
e question of fignor traffic as an
ii. P'ub~lie op~inion ill do (m Iore to
sek this grow ing eil than legisla..
ry. Still .it. muslt be restrioted so
r as the law iroi'ide., and our puy.
.o it, so far as~ lies inlO1l otir power, to
vo society coiforun to thec law aa it
i..ts. Weia have dischnrged our
,ty, anal if thle proper n'uthor ities
lit 800 fit to act as thef are reqJuir
to do, we ei~n't hbe el- responisible
Se . . Every licensed tavet k6ep
Miti'l have anid keep in l~sor heor
use so) licensed, at loniet two good
ther beds or mlat tressei, for guests,
h good and siflicient bedelothes for
o samo, anitd provide alnd keep good,
I~aSOleso atnd sufficient diet fo'r
ivelers, and1( stabling and provenider
four hlorses more than biii or bor
ek, upon paini of forfoiting hris li
weo andf recognizanoe, and being
ajoet to the liko penalties as for
ling without license.
See. Il. It shall not be leawful for
y person or persons, utnder a liCense
rotail snisit~un liquors, to sell, or
ouse to be sold, directly or indireot- d
ly, such liquors in quantities less than p
one quart ; nor shall such retail Ii- i
ert,seS authorize the drinkiug of such a
liqors at tho piano *bceo sold, or on g
the premises of the vendor. And if si
uny person or persons whomsoever, a
\Yit'hout a license firot had and ob- d
Wdnd,, according to the provisions of \
'lti' 'Chapter, shall soll any spirituous o
livinors io ilatiatics .lcs than ono C
quart, or shall allow the dr ioking 6f I
such lifzor. at the placo of o or un p
the prena'-i 'of the vender, ho, rhe o'I
tile) so ofl%1 ding aball bo sithect ti
all the penal tien 2m i-ed b'y law ,ue
rolling spirit's it; . 's-coni
So,,. I2. No 1.ie r'. , r:h - lk -~ gr N
ed tor the sale of pi 1.:1 lgul., IL
l i'l t itica le- than ,.e ; 2 ., r
whie'i P-hall ath or! t e L-in ,,
such liquors ut tio p'i~c '.r l id,
'ekcopt to tavern ki..p.n ,i 1he i ina -
iA.r prca'c.ibed b) ti.ij Ci .pter, ..td
Sec. 15. Nd plhrshon 'or p'orsenie stall
hereafter re'tail, sell or othos wiie dis
PdSe of, aonj tpirit udian or other InI
toxioaling liquorH, *:thi'. - tic mile of 0
auy church, mooti:Ng house, or otibr
paes riet OpArt for tlio woi-ship of
Almighty kGod, dr the day or diys iof
Vvorthit, under the penalty of fifty I
dollar, to he recovered by actibn or
itdiotuent, in ailiy CoUrt having jdris.
diod4en theborf, th'1o lhunney to be up.
plied to the usn of the Coutity in
which such act shall be oohinitted: .
. 'etd, ilr/erahlcs, That this Sec.
tion shall n,>t be cronsidered to inter- d
fere With or affect the HghtQ bf per
anis who may rosido ihln one tiilo
of such 1.hee of worhia , aid who may 8
b0 licensed to retail such liquoirs ae. 1
cording to law, &o as to Vievent their
iotailing at their owl hnoses.
The revifd in the Methodist
Church in Cheste'r hli beoen inI pro- f
grei seven weeks, and coitintles
with unabated Hi:ercat-. Some forty
Ul!iibers havo been iddod te
thie Methodit Chuirbhi, and besides;
a large nuuber h a1 e joined other de
tomirniations. Tbe revival las been
odnduacd by Rtev. lthimbdrt.
'liib tai p) chs bf Edgbflbld ptopose ,j
,publie moking on-saloday, to de
vise som1e m1bans tW asbe-rLain what a
his iecomtn of thd bnot-utds emouit d
of the taxbs which are no.t in the 0
Tren-ily of the coutnty. The Ad- I
verti-er sa)s the nieeting is one of the j
f11 imp1ort a 1nce n the peoplO waht
ntid are tietermincd to have light. t
Oin Wednesday of Inst weik, says
the YoikVille Einquirer; the lPresident
pardoned Sherrnod Childers and Wih.
Moijighutry, ol' is counity, sentenced C
lb tihe Albany 'enitetiary as ku
klux. Ahlis MeCulloch, miles Cur
roll and flehry Wadicki of this hounty,
abd James A. Sanders, bf Chester,
prviou.41y pardoned, icadhed their s
hioues on F'riday Inst.
'lik to*t of Edgefleld has fve 1
6oli'red fi-ee ichools.
The Advertiser mentions the ru
mor of thd estabiirshment of anothei I
factory b'tweek thath toen and C
On Saturday last, Gen.. Ilagnod, I
arnd ('ols. Coah, iblolIre, ludd and1( 1
A!rieh, with a' numbelhir (Ifo0th21rs, wore
on a viait to Col. Bacon, of Edgefield
wihere these was a fine display of
bloioded stock, uand &omne races took
Judge Cook it la flaid hias changed
us m1111ind i riard to reC'idmg att
Anuderson;, anid will probal i..he up
h1is roeidenbo inl (beer cai.
Niesa. Liu,h'a y ain.a Marli n o f
pistols. Mavrun -.n.i ,onded at~
A oar Gaih un.s c'ght fmmui the
di~t~ Ita'ceu lad a k w ihb weoish.
ed 35 piOunld.
The, Reid ville lRemaLit t'm!hi<.g hA:
now 01ne laitudro~d 3oting ladis iln at
After the triad of a fow Nui Klux
Cases at~thze Aprhl term of the Ui~oted
Statea Coutt, the Cburt docket will be
iThe afini.ial eelebruf Ion of the sun
d ay Schbool of the St. Patrick's eatho
lia (Chureb in Chiarleston, took pulaeo
ont Sunday afternoon; and a large:
numbier of premiums were destributed
at its close.
'The oleetio'n in Ifarnwe'll for (th6
piirpos6 of dotermining (fi6 Ii66ation
of the Court House for that county,
which was ordered by the reenrt As
sembnily to be submitted to the people,
restrlted i'n fav.or of 1'arnwel'l village
by a enmail mnaforrty.
Thie incorporgtgrs of th6~ Oheraw
and Choester Railroad will hold a
meeting on the 15fth of April, at Jan
easter C. HI., for the purpose of of.
fecting a consolidati-on with the little It
'Liver and Cheraw Line, under the
nam re of the bittlo River, Chdraw and
Tihe Camden Jgrvenal reports the I
death Tfesday of Mr. James ferikins, t
formerly of Raleigh, leaving a wifto
arnd three children, c
Don Car'los has 6toke'n out at Caik
dean. lHe is not a Span iard but knows
how to use a knife.- The Camden D'. 0
(. ha0th color in' his face if not color ~
of right icr an assault and' battery ease a
which he *r11 have to defend at Court.
Tu'esday last 1fationoe Neaves and
Abigail 0Galfaird, two colored ama.
Ions of Camden, got impatient and
raised a gale. The wool mnarket was
glutted afterward,- and it is r esumod 0
the local .surgeons aired their surgi
eal learnieg, h
The News says the approaohing
Sahutzenfaa wil boa gr.aa ,,.ade .
ay with tle Germin oitizeu. Thle
arade on the first day, April 21st.
ill be participated in by all the riflo
nid mounted olubs of the oity, dele
itions from the Geleman clubs of
iveral Northern nnd Southern cities,
ad it is even probable that a lIarge
elegation of Germans from Madison,
Vinoonisiu, will be present. The pro
emmon will be under the command of
haptain A. Nelobers, af the Geriman
ufie Club, and will probably oomu
rias ov'dt a thuViaand niex-.
'ito St. Louis Demociat says i
Gi.Azciral is now iuilding a hnge
s. ti r thd Vietna exhjibitiob
hAt will roi .ire ihe l roit Eastern
. tow it. aeroL s the decalp after it has
Col JL1Jued 1w 1 the Oh i6 and Alis
ih-ippi to the Guif. It was iisado in
actionts in a riroad tunnel; the
Mgs havIli,! i,-en Aive inl by the 300
UL-C'e, 1ad th snh I 4- et ed to hy
raulic p.ro.ne. 10.ieb link will be
rovided w .:1 a captain and orew,
lid ii Ihe at .nI) "i the salt waterj
urihg its pxoge tibuld spoil its
avor it Will "a evert-ed under the
mie of the Oi) te::pc-work or sea
3rpent; as the e ihibitots may de
Iiss Mattie I. Ditulop., 8ped 22
eats, committed stuicide in Peters
urg on uii'day l.-<t. She wa a
aughter of the late Samos lu.nlop;
f that city, itov'ed in the, best bil-cles
I society. The partlcdluil's of th
d event are suppressed by the necws
apers, at the re(test and out of re;
pect to the feelings of her friendi.
Mr. James Sarver, a well-known
itizen of 'aLIg county, committed
uicilo h Monday evening last, by
'rit h4illiself with a hdlter .striip
rom the limb of a tree. lle leaves
wife and three hilpless children.
Ir. S. was of intempol-at'o habits,
nd it was while under the infltu
nce of liquor that hb hubg hiti
The, office of the Town Treasurer,
ohn K. Witherspoon, E-q. was bur..
latiously entered one night last week
ud robbod of some two hundred
ollars. The thief entered by means
f a key, [nti deveral parties have
een irrrsted And are now undergo
iy examination. We tritst the
ulity purty nmay be bi-ought to jus
Money shotild never be left in a
ublic office or in private plades of
ibinessi unless under the safe-guard
f th6 best burglar proof safes or
aults.-- amden Journal.
C6lumbus, Miss., manufacturas
addle trees extensively.
Over one hundt-6lld h iss wore
egun in Fort Worth; Teas last
A. lIro number of drman tanii.
lejitrc Pettling in the neighborhood
f Florence; IlL
Seven or nine small p.)x. Paseis at
ilt.t Poit, Ten xa-, proved fatal.
)allas h'is the samte malady.
A negro dlrowned himself in a
lonugh ntear~ Demnopolis somue daya ago,
ad all fur disappointbd love.
-Thef-o is ednsidehrable difficulty
etweeni the tit dolledtdora and plant
ra claiming that they have bbon Uver
axeLd and refusing to pay.
The miacgbnationists of fadkaon
ille atre gaining ground. A young
ichitmnt* Jeeently led a gay femxale
Iake to theo altar. And now s.'me
-tic ought tlj lead the young nian to
WVhyv is the Czar of Rumssiai like at
t:l f1 mx 1 ecause he wants to
rmurder i rnot played
'ii '': iMt ii murderersm hanging
Iu c a .ie. where.
A mu.hK, Dutloman iitook
') W.-'' s.or h ; father, and was
ae oua ut el the Opiera Ilouse
It reCuz. as if them as aren't want
d here are thu' only folk# as aren't
manted I" th' other world.--George
Although Mr. Olodatono was'n much
lisappoinited at the action of the
B~ritiih P'arliamnent, he niok fools re
If Winter fingets in the lap of
pring much longer, it is boped that
Virttur'd back-bono will be broken.
,Why is a ballot-dancer a m'ost in
umnan creatureo i30ecause her
:reatbst d~light is to eXcute her
Little ebony bkrre!s; with goM
oops; and silver hunting horns; aro
Ito latest in chatelaino vinaigrettes.
Chicago is considering the mneanigof
stabfishing a systemt of gran1 indua
rial expositions in that city, to be
old annt'ally. It is proposed that a
uilding be eteecled of glars and iron
hat vWill doft fromi 25'0,0'00, to $500 -
Some then never hose te'ir pr6a
nec of ind~. In CJhicago last woek
mian threw lisa mothor-in-lawt ont of
window in the frfth story of a burn
ig buihding, and then carried a
sa ther bed down ii:V lis ai'ms.
"Why dgn't you get down and lead
he htorso ? That is the way to keep
arm," said a gentleman to a boy
ne cold day. "No," replied the
monrican youth "it is a borrowed
arse and I'".1 ride him if I freeze !"
Fretting never greased a wagon or
ado the wheals of life run e....
Loxon. March 29.-The ree be.
tweei the Oxford and Cambridge boat
crews is to take place this afternoon
on the river Thanes. As is usuall)
the case on such occasions, there it
great c'xoitement in London. and
business is almost entirely neglected.
Although the race will not come ofl
for soie hours yet, people are now
leaving the city in great crowds, ir
order to secure eligible pooitions. A
latcr des atch says the race was wot
by the Cambridge crow, by thier
\Vi' N*G-'rr, March $i.-Rev E
'tho.nas Newbcrr, has been appo1inter
pelce coinmmis.>ioer to ihe. Modoues
'AId has gotie to Van hlirkher's.
Uaptaitll T.Lck sent, P squaw I'd tho
K lauidjth ldinns inviting them t<
jnib hiiig an'd qays, that as soon al
the grass gi-ows lie will leave tihe lavi
beds to burn 'raliches and kill stlers
This Ineb:.age 'to the Klanoth In
dian etiuses feai-s ot 'rpubid with th<
Imdianis on the lower I aumoch tiVer
who belong td iquite a Side6nidabb
There is nd ti e* nsoumeiit. o
troops reported beybild the arriva
Captain 'Canit, 'of begon, has gon
to the Warin Srings to l'corganize hii
fatuons Iodiah seeiits s volunteeri
agntinst, the MIo.docs.
Alexander J. Peowlehl tho was t(
be h.u'dg at San DiMgb on Frida
died ih jall to-day, pirolably fron,
The buiL iii kentu gtowilng Ou
oit of the Califorbia diailinE swin.
dle bas by"eii bolthprothised and dis
mni.aed. Leut; t!le conplainaiti getE
$l0, 0b oaslh. Tilb adit ;ha foi
The Enmglh)e Cbibagb; on the Iihhi
gan Shore hoad, jpah un'abked by c
brolen .journal: The englieet, firb
tunch shd brakeiiah wer6 killed. Th<
pas..ingers wbre unitijured.
Al.BANY, March 26.-Governib
xix has rbapited Pralioh, the Syra
ouse murderer, until A pEil 18th.
PiovIo.bAhE, Mufih f.- fire a
Phbnix Village .auesbd a.lose b
*150,db, nblushthg the NationA
Bank and Jasonio iod g.
WASINGTON, Marcim 2'.-Jer tl
preventing of any further issuek
the $4--,000;000 reserte lb iako asfo
vorable a debt btatement ii. pd3eibl
for the montm of Marili; tidb Treasur;
Department hat .bspended paymeti
of all warrants or aiy mangnitudb ud
til aftdr the first of April. The indi
idationas ai-e that tbq large dibburse
tients inade during Blarbl) ivill bausi
an incrbase of the public EU bt for thl
Th8 widely pibliisbhd gtatbmenim
purporting to give tull,accounts d!
conferencbs of boy;. lendridels, Q
Indiana; ivith leading Deindoraifi
Senatdra, with the design of fdriinj
a new party dof organizatjon3 appear
to be pure fabrieations. The majori
ty bf the Deliiocratic Snators hav<
been dpoken to bn the subjeft n(
they say that, although they taize<
freely with Gov. Hendricks -hi
lhe was Ibre, tiat lie made no slid|
proposition to thebm.
I3IOOKI.YN, 1Itelh 27--The 4?didi
inent over time Good rich tragedy ,.con
t inues. All the circumisatandes of tli
ease hard beeni pretity well ,sifted; bu
nothing which might rbreal the caus
of the tragedy has iieeni diseoevered
The ..hthomrities contradiet the r~pok
of' tiie domnan hiaving beetn arrested
and say nb podrsori suspected of beidi
in any way imnplientdd; ha. ji bee,
WYAhndNGTON, March 25.--A de
clian ini the ease of UJ S. Armi
officers and others who hakvo beei
charged with thmo i.-suo of. cefrtail
frauidulent Bonds of .ibe 21 Pa.-c
Kamnsas & Pacifid R. R. was rea1dere<
to-daiy. Maj. Ueneral kreient ig
sentueed in his absence to five year
imprisonment and to pay thred thotu
W A5sIINGjTON, Mare$ 27.-The foj
lowinig circular was issued to-day.:
\V AsIING ToN Mared) 27.
" To Collectors arnd od~isr Oicerso
"T'his iPepartmnet has diseofOo'i
that iii some Districts fees in elees,
of those prescribed by law are exact
ed for certificates jo invoice a fee a
twonty cents only abould be charg.
for a ertificate to the, duplicate in
votee forwarded to thme .Colleetbr as
verification of the original documIefdl
(Signed) W. A.- iticirnansoNj
Seretary of thme Tlreasury:.
Bosro1N, afarett 27-The shi
"Queen of Ilat' arrive4 at thi
port to day froin Liverpool and re
ports fallirtg in with the 13ritishi bri1
'TVietoriau" from St. John; Ne,
Brunsdick, boi.ind fpr Hu~ana. Sh
wris Water logged. The iOfig w'ad dis
mantlted on Feb rushy lfthI in agale
Trho crow were taken oft the brig ui
brought to Chis poit
f3AN FaniNeISeO, March 29,--'Th
hark Lark, from San Diego fo
1husneders; uWas lost, with all oi
IAl.TIiroRE, M9frb 29.-job1
Thomison Mason, $ccretary of State
is dead ; paralysis.
Lioumsvzr.i.A, March 29.--A bill ha
passedi both of' the Kentricky liouse.
providing two homowopathie profeesor
in the medical departruent of th
01hEYENN E, XVYO1IlNG,' March 29.
A $50,000 fire oecurred to-day. Th,
supposed incendiary was arrested.
LACONrA, N. IH., March 29.--Tlr
house of Thos. Swain, at Guilktort
village, was burned this miofnin~
Mrs. Swain, aged pighty two, Wia
burned to death. Mr. Swain wai
meverely burned in trying to save hier,
PImr.A DELIHIA . MarAh on.- Thort.
ln., alreauy been eittbscribed nearly
$300,000 fur tho centenniil celebra.
WA AIIX;oN, March 29.-F. Iahm,
a Virginia drover was murdered and
robbed last night.
A heauvy rain storin interferes with
Naw YonK, March 29-The steam.
ships Celtic, City of Paris and Ihein
have $169,000 in spteio for Europe.
These st uamships and ecverad others
bound to sea, to-day, will not suil
btatil the tremenie ldous Etisterly gale,
now prevailing mubsides. Tho gale is
inreaaing, and raitin pour-Ing in tor
retts. Awning and stie.: .;-igns hayo
been blown dow n ; .n1d alo t aa 0 fuiOeeo
,,f the p1ot tflic.) ft aut. ill Pork l sw,
has just. blown down ; n1 M10 hUIt.
All out.door babtor tp-Id.!:,' ,-uspentded.
No vessels left for sm ti-y.
The o ustal car a nd Rta iI way Con
ferenco iS sill in sesioa, witi1 no ,o.
suilt known hs yt t.
Jos ph A. Jackson, a wealthy
pawn-bkrokr, died last night, fiom
Wdtdsr 'eceived from rubbers, threa
yeafs Agd. his asnilants are serving
lung tea miui in 'prison.
James I. oks is worse ; his diseaso
-is bhronio dysentery. Geo. Wn.
burtis improveh Mcadily.
W irabf-o, Maich 29.-Ca ptiin
D. F. Jackubk; of the Indian Offico
was arrested to-day oh a bench war
rant, issued by Jiudge Carter, on the
i'.dictiluent fouhd in the United States
Court i.,r Pho Western Distriot of
North baroli iiti against several par.
ties for conspi-acy to defraud the
Government by tle alleged making
of a falso census . bf the Easterna
bound Cherokees. Ie Was delivered
into the hando of the Marshal, and
afterwards gave bail for his appear.
anco when wanted.
The awatd of $2bS,060 to IFarra
gut's fleet, for forcing the fleets away
to New Orleans, has Leba confirmed.
The Government resisted the claim.
CANTON, Miss., idi-Ch 29.-A hur
ricano swept th-ugh this city, last
night. A largd number of housea
were destroyed atid ceral persons
reported killed. 'lwo loaded cars
were lifted from th8 railroad track,
- and one of theta badly wi-eeked.
BALTiIORE, March .-A collision
occurred on the Northbrn bentral
Railroad, near Liverpool ; two freight
trains were wrecked and buined ; two
P1lLADKLPA, March O.,-The
wifo murderer, Chas. D. Cloak; was
carried before court upon a haboas
corpus of inaanity. The cottrt do.
elined to hear the evidencei and
t reianded the prisoner without bail.
3 New Yoatsi, March 29.-Cotton
op.ened and closed quiet-uplands
194; Orleans 20 ; sales 50d Bales.
LivYxaoor,, March 29.-Evening
Cotton opened and closed firmu-pp- -
lands 91 ; Orleans 9j ; sales 12,
For over VOltTlY YEA11S this
1 PURELY VEGETABLE
Liver Medicine~ has proved to bn thi
- Great Unf'aiiig Sjlefflc
for Liver Complainit and iG. pdiinful cif.
SsPring, D~yspepsta; Cbnaiipation, .Jaundlic,
1i Bilious attack, s'.ck lIc.adache,. Colic, De.
;presuion of Spit ri, Snur Stomach, Heart
burn Chills and Fever, &c , &c.
Aller yinL ,or careful experiments, to
r tcet a great and urgent dlemand, we hei
s produce from our original fGenauine Pisi.
- i'uI'uid foro Simmons' Liver Rteg'ula.
tor, conitairiik all its wonderful and val'u
. able properuies, and (offer It in
'ONE I0l LAR BOTTLES.
'fIb 'fofderi, (prico as before) $1.00 po
Sent by mail, $1.04.
. b& CA UT'JON !. -gd
f. irtif no Powders or P'reparea Sfnnions'
ILtvfer Rtegulator tunlead in 6thr (gravid
wrapper, with. Trado taark, Stan'ip and Sig
d alure unbroken. .Nona otshaoj .is genhusae.
,J. HI. ZEILIN & CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
hULID BY AL1L bkUadjsrs.
V UST i~.~ved a rot of finportrd .and
o D~omesta Cigars, of whick the following are
, lho favorite brands.
a C~ (rema,
r ArAilr elle of Cuba.
1 .A nnny othaer 1 rands too' numerous
to. mw nri-in. Pariaes ihing a good Cigar'
a will And it to their intecrest to eall on
1, R. J. MCCA RLEY.
8 (ITylo BA'rrels Nath'ans Old Cabinet Ry
, Wihisk ey 186)2.
* mar 4 Rt. J. McCAR,T.
50ioT AND SH[OE
HJAVJNG procured the
very best Mechanica In
- thecouantry, I feel war
catn furnish as neat BOOT
or 81I0E as any Shop"
warrareted to give' saifacton. My Shop
mar 19 S. u emLDnRT,