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The Laws or soilih taroliiit,
Acts and Joint Re'shiutions Passed.: y
the General Assembly at the Session
of 1872 -'73.
AN ACT TO VUTIlfl CF.RTAIN COUN
Tl1F..; *1') 1.SL71 nONIM ANDI I.OAN TI'll
SAME.: TO All) THE. CilAl1'NiiT-lN A p'J)
1.01.:ON A-ND CONWAYORO nAIL-i
Be it enacted by the Senato and
,Ilouse of Representat.ives of the State
of -Smuth C.rolina, row met and sit
ting in Geiier.i Asetmbly, and by the
ant lority of the same :
4. Section 1. That the soveral coun- .
fics of this State throug! which the f
Cfilharlestgn, Georgetown any Conway
boro Itai-lroad Company shall bui!d
,41u1d operate its railiroad, or- any
br-ich thereof, be,-tand.they are here. C
,by, authorized and eupowered to
issue bonds and loan the t.ame to the t
Charleston, 0 eorgetown and -Oonway- a
bore lailroad Company, subject to t
such conditions and provisions as here. C
SeeLion 2. That tio ,eonnissioner (
of eletion of the reveral counties .
Albrough which the Charleston,
Peorgetown and Conwayboro Railroad c
Company propose to build thqir rail- t
road shall order and cause an. cldction I
to be held within ninety days after C
receiving a request, in writing, from t
the board of directors of the Charles- I
;ton Georgetown and Conwayboro <
IRLailroad Company, 1:41king that such %
an efection be held ; thirty days I
.notice of the same siall be given, for a
the purpose of giving to the voters of (
the county an opportunity of voting
,for tho granting of such aid .r aginst
the saine. The voting a8lall be by
ballot, either vrituu - plmiud, va
partly written and partly printed, and .
bhall. contain the words : "Aid to
the Charleston, Geo.rgctown and Con- c
vayboro Iaili oad Conipany--e. ;"
.or the words; "Aid totlh0 .ch.arleston,
G corgetown and Co01ayboro Railroad
Company-No"- The election shall
.h e ,held, ...uthe managers bhill make
Ae:, returns, in the same manner as
ig row provided by lay for general
iections. The commissioners of elce
tion shiaIl, within ten days from the
timo of receiving the returns, forward
,to the board o( .County Commission.
ra a teturn,.setting furth the entirp
number of vote cast, the votes for
and the votes against granting aid to
said company. If a majority of the
.votes cast shall be in favor of grant.
ng aid, the County Commissioners
haill immediately cause bonds to be
,printed, the samo not to exceed the
isum of two thousand dollais for e'very
mile the road is to be constructed in
tito county, and payable in thirty
years ; and upon the county cominis
pioners receiving the same, they shall
pign and the clerk of the board shall
countersign and seal the same with
the seal of the board of county com
Ini ssionors. Tho bonds shall titen be
numbered and registered in the office
of the clerk of' the county.. thoun
ny omissioners shasl then gcauac.,the
honds to be deposited with some
b anking or trust company...
Section 3. Whenever tihe said cowv.
Sany shall actually commienc the
construptjon of said .railroad within
the limits and confines of any county
voting aid, as provided in section 2,
and shall deposit .with the
treasurer of such county a bond duly
excuted, with good and sufficient
suroties, anil approved by the circuit
,judge in a sum sufficient to guarantee
the payment of the interest on said
bonda durirng the time the said., ruiil
- road shall be under construeotioti, tihe
oik4j commnissioners shall transfer
the bonds to thio Charleston, George.
town and.l Copwayh~oro Railroad Com
pany, and-Fshall publM sutoli transfor
in the official paper of. the county,
and the bonda shiall commence to dra w
interest from the date cf such o'filcial
eonmmencomnent. Upon tihe comnple
ton of aaid railroad, the county conj;
inisaroners. ehail receivq from., the
(Charleston, Gecorgetown and Conway
bore JRailroadl Comnpany an amount6 of
proferred stock ofj tile said ,comipany
N qualto the9 amiount of ecity bends
issued in aid of said company, the
preferred stock to bear interest at
ones per cent. per annum more
- jhan tbo county bonds. The .bonds
of the county shall bear fnteost at
the rate of sir per cent, per annum.
Sction 4. The county commission
ers shall invest the additional' fue,
per cent, received from the prefprred
atock in securities, or in any sai'e
manner whereby the samoe shall draw
iiterest semi- annually, and shall con
tinue to invest the one per cent. so
received, together with the interest
en the same, until a sum shall have
accumliated sufficient to pay tand
cancl the bonds of the county issued
ii aid of said company, when thie
nnrds nhall *b aid: a c-ancld
All moneys received s interest on
aid bonds and pioferred stock shall
be held by the county' treasurer and
paid put on the order of the county
A pproved February 26, A. D.
kN ACT CV1ING TiiE JUnISIMOTioN OF
TiE STATE OF WOUTHi CAROLINA TO
T i1E UNITE.D eTATES OF AME ItICA OVEXiR
CUJtTAIN I.ANDS IN THE CQ!NTY. OF
D.AIRLNQTONj KROWN AS TiE "NA
Be it enactedby the Senate and
E-Iqusei of -*I.epresecnatives of the
3tate of 8onth Carolina, now met and
ittinig in General Assembly, and by
ho authority of the same :
Section 1. That the jurisdiction of
lie State 9f South Carolina is hero
)y ce.ded to the United States of
inerica over certain lands situated
p tlie countlyof Darlington, and near
lie town of Florence, known as the
'National Cemetery :" Provided,
l'hat the jurisdiction hereby ceded
hall tiotoett .until the Uqited States
>f A imel-ea Phall have acquired the
itlo to the said laud by grant or deed
rom the owir or owners thereof, and
l.evid,epees of.tho same shall havo'
ecn' reccrded-in the office where, by
aw, theatitle to a Qcl lands ic 'record.
d ; and the United States of
kwerica are to rothin such jurisdio -
ion so 19ng as such lands shall be
sed 'for the purposes in thiis act imen
ioned, and no lunger : and such juris
iction is granted upon. the express
ondition that the- State. of South,
arolina shall retaih a' concurrent
urisdiction with the United States in
nd over the said lands, so far ms that
ivil process, in all cases nqt allectingt
he real'or'-personal pi-opelty of the
inited States, and such criminal or,
ther process as shall isiue under the
uthori-y of tho state of South. Caro
ina aga'a any person charged with
riu ms or jnisdeineanors committed
ithin or without the limits of said
ands may be executed therein, in the
ani way and mainer as if no iuris- I
tition had been hereby ceded.
4ectiop 1. That all lands and tone
nents whichnay be grautod, as aforo
aid, to the United Statee, shall be
hall be used for the purposaa int this
et, muuttoned, exongratod. and dis.
hargod fr.olmn all taxes, assessments
nd other charges which may be in
osed tinder the authority of the State
f South Carolina.
AJ'poved January 16, A. D.
LN Aur IEQUIRING A nOND rioM
COUNTY COMML-SIONEts BEFon EN
TER(NG UPON TilE DUTIES OF TIIEIR
Be it cnacted by the Senate and
rIuspof Representatives of the State
>f South Carolina now met and sitting
n General As.sembly, and by the au
thority of the same :
Section 1. That the county com
mission*rashall, beforoeeptering upon
the duties of their.ollice, be, and
they qr3 hereby, reqmjired to give.a
bond for the use of their respectiv;o
3ounties, in the penal. sum of two
Lhousand dollars each, with three
;ood and sufficient sureties, to be ap.
proved by the clerk of court of their
repective 'oountiesi, eonditioned ubot
the faithful and impartial porior
mnances of the duties of their offiee
Provided, That the county commnis
sieors of Charleston shall furnish
a bond, as hereinbeforo provided, in
bhe penal sunm of ten thousand dollars
each, and thme county commissioners
of the counties of IBeauifort, Ba:rnwell
end Riclh~nd shall furnish a bond of
flvo thousand.dollars cacd-, as herein
before provided :Provided, further,
That thisaot shalh not be in force
unteil pni .ad..after thme next general
election of cou-nty eqmmiissioners.
Sction 2. That all acts or parts of
acts inconsistent with this act are
-Approved January 29, A. D.
AN ACT TO REQUJIRE I TA.TE.ANjn gotNT'Y
OFFICE.Rs'EECTED) nY ,TIIF: TEIE
TO QUALIFY WITIN TiIRITY D)AYS
AFTP~i.ln.EgElv:No OFFICiAl, NoIFil
Bie it enact~ed by the. SeXato and
If ouso of IIteprescmitatiien of the
State of Souitf Carolina, no0W met and~
sitting in General Assembly, and by
~lieauthorl~y 9f, the,.a tio &
Sction 1. Th'at from the passage
of this act it shall be the duty of eaclh
ynd every Sta te awd, county~oflionei
efected .6j the peoplo. to quialify
within thirty clays aftor receiving
official notification therecof; and, upor
the fliiing of his bond, and 4ualifying
according to law, hi hall enter upor
the duties of said ofilce.
8eotion 2. If any oflicor, olptedl b~
the people shall fail to qualify, an
enter, ulion the duties of his office, a:
reonired by tlie provisions of this act
he shall forfeit the office to which h
shall have been eleeted, and the Gay
ernor is hereby authorized .to ;orde
an olection to be holden within ninot
days to fill the vacancy.
Section 3. All aets or parts of 'act
inconsistent with the provisions c
this act are hereby repealed.
Approvud January 39, A. I
AN ACT TO AMEPN) SECTION ' OF AN '
ACT ENTITI.ED "AN ACT TO IEGU- f
LATE VILoT4GE AT TIlK 'ORTS OP [
IClrARHLESTON, BEAUFORT AND GEORGE- V
lie i enncted by -the Senate and I
,House of Representatives of the Stato f
of South Carolina, now met and sitting I
in General A sseinbly, and by the nu- t
thority of thesauie : a
Set'ionii.l. That section 1 of "n r
not do regulate pilotage at the ports
of Ch arleston, Bleaufort and George.
town," approved February 27, 1872,
be amended so as to road as follows : .
.,"l'hat the Governor 1s hereby author
ized to Appoint separato and diitinct
boards of pilot commissioners for the
pots of Charleston, leaufort,Goorge
town and Little RiveIr, in [lorry coun
ty, each buard.,to ,consiat of. three
persons, of whom two shall be, or
shall have been, seafaring men, and
the third a full branch pilot. The f
commissioners of pilotage for the port 1
of lcaufort shall hayo jurisdiction t
over St. Helenn,Port Royal and all! 8
Approved February 27, A. D.
AN ACT. TO AITKT AWIW AMEND REQTIONI t
FOTY-TvE(45) oF ClIA PTER TWEN
TY-FlVE (25) ov TITLK Six (6), oF 0
PARnT rOsr (1) OF TIlE GENERAL
STATUTES RELATING TO TRIAL JUd
33 it enacted by the Senato and P
House of Representativos of the State a
of South Carolina, now met And' sit. a
ting in General Assembly and by the
authority of the same: . - t
Section 1. That section forty-five F
(45) of chapter twenty-fivo (25) of
title six (6) of part first (I) of the 0
general statutes be, and the same is d
hereby, altored and amen.ded,. by t
striking out all of said sooion aber 'd
the word "offide." C
Approved Febriary 27, A. D. p
AN ACT TO AUT1lORIZE COUNTY CQMMI6
SIONEasOF CloRTAIbiCOUNTIEs'rd L.
VY AND COLLECT AN ADDITONAL TAX
For CERTAIN PURPOSES. t
1o it enacted by the Benate - and b
HIouse bf Ropresentatives-bf thio;State t
of Southi Carolina. n * m ' P
ting in General Assembly, and by the %
authority of the same : z fl
Section 1. That the county com- e
inissionors of the several cotgutios a
herein mentioned le, and they ar 'jI
he.reby, authorikcd and directed to o
levy ,and colleet a spelial tax, as
hereinafter specified, on the taxable I
property of the said counties, said tax
to be levied at the sano time othec i
taxcs are levied for the fiscal year
corn.eucing November Ist, 1873 ;
said tax to be devoted exclusively to
the payment of the past duo indol-;.t
ness of the said counties, viz : For C1
the county of larion, three (3) mill :"
for the county of Orangeburg, -.thre
(3) mills ; for the coun.ty of Richland,
one and one-half (1.1) mills ; for the t
county of LinoaAter, two (2) milld ; v
for the county of Newberry, two (2) C
mills,. Provided, That -.11 plairr.s fog 1
the payment oi which the spccial tax T
herein authorized is levied shall be I
recistered in the office of the clerk of :I
court in the county in which such tax .'I
is ordered on or before the Lt day ofV
October, 1873, and all claiml% of
claimants failing to register the samef
witin the said time shall not be
Section 2. That th tic Opnty coml
mnissioners of ilorry county boe, and
th(ey are hereby, authorized to- levy
andel cn to be! collected a speeial
tax of two (2) niills upon a dollar of
all taxable. propertyrin said., courity,
tihe saidl tax to b~e devoted exclusive
ly to repairing the~ bridgos, said couni.
ty, across Kingston lake and Socapoo
creek, and to the piymnont of the pact
indebtedness of the county. ....
Sction 3. That 4he, count~y com-~
miissioners of the county of W~illians
burg be, and they are hereby, au thor-.
izod to levy pad oaus8t' be-collected
N hpecial tax of two (2) mil i n -a
d ollar of all taxable property.- of the
said county ; said tax to be levied at
the same~Li~no othier tastes are levied
for the fi cai sear commencing N-os
vombor lst, 1873, the same to be used
exclusively for the purpose of paying
the indebtedness caused by the build
ing i.of tile jail in tile said r'oun ty.,
A pproved Fecbruary 20, A. 1).
Ali ACT PRU~iDiNu Fon TitE ExTENSION
OF TilL PAYMENT AND COLLfECTION
OF TAxES .F.OR TIlE, %'JHCAJ. YKARI
coimtENCINo NOvsni1it 1aT, 1872.
W horeas delay in the levy of cer
tain taxes to meet approppihtions for
the finl. year commencing No vembo,r
1st, 1872, has continued beyond the
time prescribed by law for the collee
tion of the same, and the time for tihe
payment of said taxes bfefoe penal.
ties must .attach is now ,ua.voidably
andi unusually limited ; therefore, ge
*Be it enacted, by the ,8enate and
House of. Rlepresentatives .of tpo
State of South Carolina, now~iino6 and
sitting in General Assembly, and by
a the same: . ... , *
i That if any of the duties requlrel
to be performed in an not entitled
" an act providing for the assoesnent
land taxation of property," or if any
The Nuffring Pairiols or Ohio.
No distropd .feiper, S'ays. ('e
Cincii.nati cemhaer ia, loaf about t0e
Capitol building, pouring 4 6ad, tale
of uir.ed homiesteada, devsatedehi-ds
and lost c.attle into le.;iclatve cars
but still a propinition to p-ty the
"Morgan raid claimis" will cons tantly
present it.- If-in oip 1Shape proth'ter
to the (0io !os L % lqua.,
ghost, it will i(t downi. Certain
sauvo and gentlea.tniity agents or the
of the now legilaiative regime are en
gaged in casually urging. betwoon
drinks and cigars, the justice of those
claims when 4ho sul3eet tlappons to
comlie up, as it Iosomet.imo will.
'I he Ohio Legislature has latterly
become one of the most corrupt in tihe
eountry ; and its mombers do not
know or care to know an3 thing about
the natute of the claim.. They were
carefully inl nst igatedi, -however, by
an able committee who' followod. the
entire course taken by Genera! Mo.
gan while in Ohio, until they got
d3wn to the prose of the whole busi
ness. The Comniercial's correspon.
dent has exhumed this well-nigh for.
'he total'itisount claimed by the
citizens was $678,015 03. It is ne.
cessary to be exact. The Commission
"allowed " $576,225, of w hih $1 11,
855 is put down under the head of
"6damages by Union forces under coni
mand of United States oficers." The
Legislature only proposes to pay-tre
at''or. 1omne of the items of the bill
are a triflo peculiar. ''he mortality
among "halters" was fearful. One
poor patriot suffered to tha extent of
.one dollar in the los.i of his "carpet
-Im g,'" anld he expetsa -.pat ernal gov
erninent to make the loss good..
Isaac Clark lost "parts of harness"
to the value of three dollars and twen.
ty.ive cents. Ike has never roen'ter
od from that blow. One man lost a
ive dollar hat, and another ten dol
-!ars cash, all in silver. "Cash from
person" is a frequent item. Oneo poor
wretoh lost three dollars, worth of
"jewolry," c)mprising, doubtle:ss;
massive rings, chains and brooches.
A business man itemises his account,
and adds boldly at the foot, "Twenty
five por cent.added." A man should
have Inaeross on his money. Ialph
P. Morrison snuffore I the loss of "one
breast-pin," which he and his friends,
Stcphen Ieynolds and I. W. Eskins,
solemnly swore was worth one doll:r.
Poor Thumts 1o10bins lost . one. dol
lar's wYorth of- "preserves." W,'m.
Hope wants twelvo dollars to pay for
foity-eight cantcens of w\hiskey as
well as five cents to pay for cigars.
Samuel Woodwnard would iiko to be
reimbu-sed for the loss of a ('siW6i
spoon" that w.s Morib to hin cne
dollar. We nlourn with George
Ayres who has not received two do!
!7rsfor '1dainage to door." Items
of "Jewolry" lost ne:Cumliu'are with
hideous npIlity and give 'orie
an idea of the Iorrors of civil war.
Poor Oacar Dunn ! lie lost two shirts, a
razor and fifty conts tbat he wus coli
pellbd by a heartless monster to "pay
to releasce a fiddle." Martin Wilson
wants two dyllars aid ;twentyfivo
conls for "jawelry'--1ho 'faril'y
jewela, probably. "Damage to borie
regained" is a I'r eqentitein. Berry
. .ai I anetk wan I six- dolas' o
, .n. ''elmbi oided iiight dress."'J'This
* irticle is not sufliciosafly described
f' by the unfortunate elairnmnt. Tlho
- estate of John :Jsikson Otaimd paf
a for "pne -feather pilIlaw. Pay is de
i tunded for six loaves of b road at
twenty centls a loaf. TIhis bill r~hould'
, be settled in kind. 'honiaa llyde
a hols ihe State in 'conitemnpt. forg its
a hnmallneas in not 'p'ayirig himi fifty
enrts fhir a powder horn." David
Logam l0.st a "omb and brush,1
wvorth one dollbr. RIidinig skirt of
clamimanit's wife," 'two dollars aad a
a quarter i' "twenty-five skodks of
:, wheat,'' fifteen doller'A ana ciztytho
'1 cent s ; "datnmage to fence by' hitching
t. horses," ten (dollarsa ; ".,hcep-ukin,"
y one- (dollair ; "feeding an .i~idelinite
, numbier of horses," ten'dollad* wh'i~d
Sis -dirt 'cheap ; "three barreib,"
t soventy-five cdnita, tire sanmples of the
r Items that go to;;pg e up the Morgan
iraid cla i mia,12 ~a~ i4hdom -from in
I foar hundred antil idd pages of, theo
Coiniizsion's report. '
a . 8pculators have pureobasd' these
i:Jidhons elcin~'for about ten cents
t on the (dollar ; and thme (Commerolal
-thiinkh that the lobby in their inter
1h ei ms t'uo strong to b)e beat.
,There Is a cuiieus legail custom. In
r Enigland called ''The Maiden Aesize.''
rit happens whenever, at the sitting
e af the Assizom Coust inrany city, the
. riminal doek'etahapp'enetto'bo 'Itiire.,
x ly clear of eases. WVhdn thisa occurs,
- the sheriff', with groat foroiality, pro.
BenIs a pair ofwiekid gloves to the
prosidinsg Judlge, iad the court ad
,jourtia. -IThe gloves symbbing we
1suppose, the lands of justice freeo from
the taint, of criminals. Such an ocen
s uions, very rare of lute, has just. taken
*place at Norwich, Enigland-, and-BuI'ton
Martin was the 'happy recipientof thic
gloves. America asno custom of
the kitnd, andl no occasion for it.
w Stones wecre firat used for bullets
r- iron ones are drt mnentioned in 1550
ir Leaden bullots were made before th<
>O .close of tho,..sixtaon~th century.A
mnonster work of man.
ot or amendment thereto, on or be
orela certain day, by any oficer co
erson th1erein nawed, ,cannot, foi
rart of time, he to performed in th<:
aynent or collection of taxes to be
Eivied tq meet appropriations for the
scal year cominenoing November Isi
811 the comptroller general, with
he approval of the Governor, may
xtend the time 0. long as may be
Approved ' January J, A. 1)
OINT nESOLUTION To IN.TiTUCT Till
Tiy.ITE4 OF TIME BTATK ORh11IA.
A-VYIUM TO..tiv!T E PRlOPMsAlS V1OR A
SITE AND nlUlILi)!uG, AND FOR TilE
APPI 'RIlk41ATION'OF TW.NTY THOUS
AND DOLLARS TiHEREFolt.
Whereas the State Orphan Asylum
a the city of Charleston elaims the
)storing caro of the State, and some
rovision is urgently needed for a bet.
ar building and a more suitable
ito ; therefore, % ...t - .
Bo it resolved by the Scnrnto andu
louse of Representatives of the State
f South Carolina, now met and sit
ing in Generel Asseiqbly, and by
lie authority"df the name':
seotion 1. That upon the passage
f this act, the trustees of the State
)rphan Asylum be and they arc
ereby, authorized and rectuired
D advertise for sixty days for pro.
osa1s from the various cities, townw
ud counties of the State for a tite
nd~biuilding for r.n' orphau asylum
t- a cost nct to xcued the sun of
wenty thousand dollars; that said
roposals ,hall, at the expiration of
he aforesaid timo,, be opeed.- nod
onsidered by tle trusteei, who rhall
ecide upon the location, and con,
rect with the lowest responsiblo bid.
or for the purolias, of the sito and
onstrurctiolh of the building, and re
orttl oir proceedings in detail to the
extsession of the General A ssetn
ly. . . . -
Oeetion.2. That the suis .-Cf. twoo
y thousand dollars, if so wu-h - ho
ecossary, be, and the apmno is hore
by,appropriated for the purchaso of
he said site and construction of the
uilding : Provided, That said trus
oce shall each ive a bonL in th<
u.laun o two thousand dolars
-ith two gobd sureties for the faith.
il 1ircharge of the dution, heein
ntrusted to them, said bond to be
pproved 1.y the judge'. of the first
adioial eir.cuit-and filed lii 'th'Q ofll0c
~he cr- of court.
Approved February 27, A. D.
hrilling in cide1?i-Ott the Air Line 11:1
R 0 a J.
13UFonn, May 12th, 1873.-Thif
ftornoon, near this town, the engiuce
f the down freigt'ttra n di-covered
ittleichild) abouit two years 'old, or
lie'nil1oad track. ' The facea of the
mgineer and fireinen blai0hed with
error as they whitled "down brakes,'
ud saw that, it wais impossible tc
heck the train in tlino to s.ve t lie
nbrry prat t.ler, :who stood astrideo the
ail, loo!:ing it -thb a pproaching ^,rain
incoltcious of danger, and a pleasan
ight gleaming from his bluo eyes
he rpspense seemed terrible, and it
sai'dthaAAhe blok-hair of the en
~ineer is now strenked with gra'
rem the intensity of his dread.
Thes jroman, however, at the risk o
is own life, ran forward on thceon
;ine, and leaping forward from tbh
aowentohcr, grasped the child ato
avod it from a terrible death.
Jfla~t kallant fireman deserves to b,
italmed in song and(, story for hi
~oraia dehd-'cial Tek'gram& to lfa
4 llanta Coustitution -
Jolnct l Twils.
Persons who'ih,oeseena fromi time t
ime the well-known Siamese twim(
>r the two young colored girls. joine
roni the shoulders to tho hip, tha
ave. been exhibiting in this countr
tnd-Ma..op~e:sineolonr ;lateo civi-l wsvn
ave found it djflicult to rofraihr t-ron
lisagr cablo speoulations as; to whom
maly he the circumstanie of theo one o
he bther of either of the pairs who
lie final dissolution of death shad
3 lofnG, . 1 6 , .
Thiere is amn instince oh record i
hom IEvery Day Book of Homec, whuici
'howR the~ fate of what wero known .a
hle )Mde'nden mtani'h, Join : t Biddeon
len, England, in the year - 1005, an
vho were joined .t the hips ari
thoulders. Theythmus lived 3-1 yean
when one of thniem-ied: 'Che othe
was aidvisedt to be separa ted fomn he
at once, lhat ilho answeredl, "Ax w
saniuo together, wo-will ato go togeothi
or,'! aind was t agn.ill' aid (died al
houirs gitor.,Tfhel- smoseero Eliza
beth and Mgiry(~hmulkhurst..
An Omaha report'cr did not doshi
fnom takine:ootes of a sermon unt
the pastor, finding repeated reo
stratices in vain, "took his note boo
from him -and flung it out of i
window, and then put the journali
hsiineslf out of dopors.
.,Tiwelvo Indians were hung in a ro
in Texas, recently, for driving off su
roptitious beef. After having the
faces washed, eleven wore found to 1
The Overthrow of lirpublirnil (eIvrilt'l
:- -ill 1,0llilialliti.
Tle cvrtlIrow of the rgularly
EkLotiod ,goerviment in L.ouisia:1.,
through the aid of federal bayonets,
is prodiiitng its .logitilinato reult in
.-disorder,' riots aid bloedshcd. throt ,,h
ilit, the L'tato. A severo light took
placeo yesterday, at St. Martinsville,
between the citizens and Kellogg',
police, and serious disturbances o
currel in New Orleans. S me foi..,h
youl.h fired a pistol at the usurper
but, fortunately for the good namie
and cause of the people, without fatal
result. Whgn the administration at
WNasjli ttn J.ost-itteted thle 11Tited
States Army to tho wo: k of' dr'iviiing
from power the legitimate authori ies
of Louisiana and insta'ling the mi.
nority candidates in their place
the poople of Ne w OW cans. com.
polled to choose between ulm ere
.and submission, yielded their liberties
to preserve their lives. ' Their city
was in the hands of federal troops ;
their balls of legislati n wero fillod
with armed men and surrounded by
artillery ; their Uourts were broken
up at the point of the bay>nict , theiir
publio olicors worb soi'..d and Cw
fined on the autlior'ty of ord :rs i liu a
by a debauched United Satem .1
and executed by an uns -u ,mliu:, l
Uuitod Statcs Marshal. The 'resi
dont, advised by a partisaii Attoriiy
General, opproved and endurl the
nets of the usurpers, recognizA the
Kellogg gang as the regular State
government and refused to al!ow ao. v
appeal from his arbitrary deebisit, it
the people of New Orleans hal hern
executed the law on the revolutioinis.
and meted out to thom-the punih
ment they deservbd thl strcts of the
city would have been swept by Unit ed
States artillery, and men, women and
childrenl would lave been tO victiis
of a general muassacre. The ci! i-.ens
weighed the cost of asserting their
rights and declined to pay so iieavy a
pride. -They ti uste d. hat time and
the pescoful but strong expjre-sion of
indignation that arose from all parts
of the State would secure thei: lber-.
ties from further outrage nn'd would
at last restoro'to them those constitin..
'tional rights of which they had becn
Tihe forbearanoe of the people cf
Now Orleans was applauded by th::ir
fellow countryin 'thro:gLut, the
Union. The rebellioni of tihe 6mu tl
had left behind it wounds too deep
and m'emorles t.>o painfuh to selfer
our citizens to look calmily upont a
renewal of civil ottire. - The keath
gonrorally'Telt th.t the pa::t ne ;ded
atone inent, and kei:w thicat any resist
ance,-even to federal tyraimy, would
be'6ruIly'i' ed to 'tle iinjury of the
Southtcrn li ates. But the cveniets of
the past few weeks in Loui".iu.na ren
der it doinitful whether the patient
endurance of-tCho peoplo of New Or.
leans will sumce to aivert from the
Stato the evils of civil connoti..
The Kellogg Viiupation, emboldtna'l
by the auccess of i,'s irrst crime rganIet
the laws and the conutitution, isseeCk.
ing to render its power absoluto all
over the Stucte. 'The ignorant negroes
rendere'd .ave' by the disevery
that the United S3tates A rmy in
6t their back, are prepared to ail
i.i any butrages the Kellogg whites
inay prompt. *KJellogg and his associ
a' es have therefore res'olvedl to over'ride
the- popular will in every pariah, add
to place creaturcs of their own in
every public oflice. A ppointments
ere.masle without any pretence of
kuthority, and 'the hired ruflliann
known as th'e "MetropolWiam," an
airmed force created in New Orleans
in violation of law, and composed of
all thio thieves and cutthroats v.'I'ono
li~sare it the service of any one
v.hco can pay for themn, arc scnt from
parish to prish to make war- eupoc the
people, if niecessary,. to drive ont thec
legal-'autho~rities and to' install thec
llellcgg ap'pointteca. . W'ith cha irac
teristie cowvardi': the ---lbito rnlianes
prompt the negroes to '.ake a pironmi
nent part in the lighting, and hence
the trAbb% is futt assuming the tcr
r'iblo aspect of a waes of races.
Alrecady"ono fearful cni.;sacro lhas
0cnarred and the. unfortuniate blacksm
'lave surCered theo most severely, their'
white prompt ers lea ving thiem to their
fate. In thbe parish of St. Mar'tins a
state of' civil war.actuaily-exists, andl
a'r''gular baic bebyecen thie New Ore
teAn's entthroats and~ thle iegr'oes oni
(nc side aind the citizen's of SN.
Miartins on the othlr,'id is10~
immintenit. St. Martinsvillo is in a
state of siege. We readl of the throw
inig out of pickets, of thin arrival of
reernirs and reinforcements,- of the
blookade of the Court I louse miad of
othber military mnovoeents, just as it'
a state of war act'nally er~isted.
Do thme Amorican peoiplo panr!o tc
refleet upon gho fatal conseqjucnces of
this conditrion of society in one of the
soverign States of the Union ? De
they persuade themselves thiat, ti'
libecrties of the people -cf Lisianii i
ennc be siripp.egl I rbh thomr, that the~
logatly eletedl oflicers of the Lo'ui.li
ana State go)vernmleont cani be dr'iver
from power at the point of the bayo
not and the liberties and right of oi
or communities arid other States bi
yet preserved ? D~o they piicturo ti
.themnselves the horrors of a. war o
races, or ima.rino that in tho ovcnt c
i cIflict between the vli es anlil
blaet q if Lou is iiaa he sot-nes that
would follow Could ie contCiuld to one
ftato of the L "nion ? Tie oc1:iurren
Ces in . Louisiana to-day are firaught;
with danger to the peace of
the U:nion ind to tie lives of luu
dreds: of tho usands of innocent per
onI. Thel oily hope of f ety lies inl
the contintid patience and enduranco
of the 1iiihIi.9-py people of t I at op
pre'.sed at n'Iaey may possibly be
:al tl-ii t.po enduro ncarly four
years of tyrainy and outrage, bixt,
nven t hat. w ill be bettor than a cunteit
tho extended vils of which no person
can foi'esce. The 1'robability-i4 tiat
thv rut" , ains wh now rot, ill usurped
power in L iouisiana will before long
Iui rrel anmnig themselves and aid in
heir i own dostruct ion. The same ro
Suilt has.1 bee een before in that
State. At all evonts the troubles of
iouii.ua--.and, let us hlope, of the
whole South-will at least eud with
the present 'residential term, and it
naty be better to bear . them to
t1.e close tihan invite worse evils.
Whatver cal be peacefully an'd
letailly lone to thiwart the designsof
thie I- cllogg asiti.(ion and to pro
teet the riglti of the Comm onwealth
souald lbe resrt ed to ; but, violence
ail bloodthie-l will only ent-il greater
stfi ing oni the people, while it. may
e uuse tiho iron heel of fedei al ty ianny
to 1.ress. with Yet. more cruel force
npon the neck of the unhappy State.
Ill h e il to Pli 1111d 110 PiROl flot.n
A party of colored mon, residing
liere, oreited quito a stir, and got
up a regulor ran:1 ic a inonag tle color
,I leopl of 1l e tow and urronid
ing umntry, on last. Saturday. They
lofessud to be engnged in organizing
a cotmpany of volountear soldiers for
tle .l 'c C-11mpaign a nailst Captaint
Jalck, and put thelir en rolling sergeaint
to inpressing men riht and left for
the aGevr.1 service. '0)ur liewly.
eafrantcthed f.llw-citizns uimmle
libcly eonz Iked a 'pcfeool aversioin
to tle whole Nodoc complication, and
ex p re,j Ai their disgust for it in
tcrins of unmeasuired disapprobation.
They liworo rotundly, q u. rely amd
profusely that they would not enlist
for anI such diuty. Theo enrolling
oiheer i then becaeo 'mo'r iaIl imorq
pe. :1 ent a1 e4irnest in I ig cliorts
to seCe tI n alii Its oldiCrs, and tho
wvork became desperate. Some triedo
to 1)1 uli himin, sonmc showed fight, ann
others took to their heels and rofn
cl.,:xr rnt of ight and bearing ; the
latter elarai are probably i locky
lillf Swamp. The whole aliir w.%
it cap it al " %ll," and caused infini o
aimyusement to the parties cioncerned1
in praeticing the ju ke. Cuffoo kin 'w.4
the dij'orenes, n well an any ohd
iniilt iama i, bet ween wail king around
tosii, in Keld ier' clothlies, to tleni muio
of fife nn.1 drum, uinl facing rmus
Iketn, withIi Modoc Indian.4 lO,>kilg
o n t hItir bV arrels. (ien. Grant gave
him einugh of real service, and he
prefers loaling around hono for th6
lialance of his iortal hfo.-Amter
A ITrly Conscientiouts abt. .
Max Aldolar tells the following
outr nieighibor Chiu rch was innrriedl
four timies, and his wivea W'e at!
buir'ed ini a -(certlaini graveyard. Its
biiaue necetoary uiltimnately to re,
mn ve the remlain of tho dear depart
edt to) anthe~lir cemtelry. Clhurch un
deritooik the work hi msolf ; but in
carrying the saited dead out in n'
furit ure (art) thmo beones unfortiunate..
1y got mixed, and whoanro. ittermieit
boean, e'eni Church himself wtas unia'.
lbl to tell which was Emily nad
wtI hih wast I lanniahi. A fter doing tho'
best hue could lhe had t he four graves
closod ; but liing ai atrictly accairta
man, ho felt rhiit it tvould 'ho wrong to)
use thle o'd heandstones "hien lie wad~
not at all certain thmat lfannahi'si d'u tr
might. not all be under her t omtbst oOe'.
S > in orert be pregiase, lie had
new ret mad wth suc h itoiu
thecsc : "'here lies; lflaintiah 0,hurch
-i (ed porolhably part of IKn ily), who
wats bon ," t t., vie. '~ 'S.iored to thli
memo iiary of M1ary (Ih ttrah -(whoi seems
to bh mbi:edl wi th 3 MatLildo), who was
bo: i," ot o., etc.
r: rungee. poainut i anlrop I I car.
l'or Enity ihnrc II' buiried here, .
.iingle~I, in soine po-'Ixing maaaner,
Wish .51ary,, .\too.i;ia and i' proibabhly tlnnh
AllI th: auiv..,a. medi rat i (ic'd with
thi:.o nr ranagement, but soityt'-of
Chanrech'I mth~lers-i~in-law ebnid0ord
tha t his sense of responsibility as ai
m-1:1n is altogetier too liue.
A eldrgyniiu <lown Eant, opposoeu
to thno -introdlurt tota of instrumengital
music in thme ohuroh,overruled by taub
oongregattion,gave out the nex'. Sun
day anorning at the services, " We will'
niow fiddle and sing the following
A11'ai iville reporter goes to the
cireit instead oi attendingi to his duty5
and returning to the oflioc, writes a
r "Thei goertit goodl order pirevaihntg st,
tlim 0ast endi of the oity has beooo a
- subjct, of remark."
> Greater is be who is -above t.ompt#
C Lion than lie who, being temptoe,