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VOL. IX.I WINNSBO~d, 'S. 0., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG UST 27183 N.0
VS. YU11D18UCD WIREKLY BlY
WILLIAMS, & DAVIS.
#rmis.-T x iKnALD is publighed.We
in the Town of Winasboro, at 3.0
* itribly in advane.
f*"' A.11 transient advertisoments to
said in advance.
S,);tIhXry 'N'oices and Triliules $1 00-1
Who hailed me first with rapturous joy,
And did not fret and feel annoy
When the nurse said - Why I s7c', a boy
My fhth er.
Who gave that nurse a half a-crown,
To let him hold me-awkward clown
eficai'rse lie beld me upside down 1"
Who ne'er to out roy hair did try
' abbing the scissors in my eye,
And outting every ha' away*?
Who set me in the barber's chair,
Instead, and had him out my hair
'Like my big brother's ,good and square ?
Who, whion i had a little fight
33coause Toi tore my paper kile
And bit. me, 1shid I did just right?
Who when Toni lickel mo black an I blu
Iid not turn it and lick ine. too
'Baying. " 'Tis my duty so to do ?"
Who told le how pluck and luck must wit
Xild taught. ie to "put. up ni fin,'
Till I could t.ro6tboe hiat Tom like sin ?
Who petniies no'er refused to plank,
'or dropped them in the niiiic ank"
Where I could only hear liem clunk ?"
Who when I wished to buy a'toy,
Ve'er'thoug t.'twould givo ile much more
'i send tracts to'sonie heathen boy ?
My fat hdr.
Who,bought me ponies, guns ansiih,
And ga've me leave to fork and pitoli,
While lie raked up to na'akome riohi
Xnd who at last, when all was done,
'assed in his checkek and, noble one,
Left all Ie had to toe, his son-?
The Radical Systeiml of Juslife,
Tho Columbia Sun, (Conservative,)
dke' bat the greatest evil undei
%Iiih i e 'p'co'isle'6f - t'is'Stato . suffvr
is the bystemn of trial justloes and mia-g:
istrateb as instituted by the tadicaa
party, and proves .that Govordo
Modios ik responsible for the evil by
tfro 'following incidenit, for the truti
'of which it vouches:
"Two aspirants for the ofice of tri
al justice called upon Moses somnctimc
ago, and at onco presented their re.
fpcotive claims. The one *was a gen
'tleman of honor, intelligence and cx
perienceo, who would not stoop to do t
'dishonorable not, though wealth an<
position would be the reward; th<i
'other, a negro so ignorant as hot to hi
-able to write his own name intelligi
bly, and one who for a few dolarm
would resort to anything low ant
hiean. The Governor, with 4 grba
show of dignity, at once inquired a.,
to tho~political opinions of each aspir
jint. The white man very ingenuous
ly stated thnt he was a Democrat, bu
Uhat lie Would ehdeavor to adtministe
.ustioo in a fair and linpartial manne
if appoint'ed tbi the position of tuia
.uetioeu. The negro fiaid, 'G ubnor
you aks me what kimid of a politica
bpinion I retains ? . I'se a Republical
to the babk boneb, and t'% gwine t
a tick to the Republican party lon
as woo's got a Moses to lead u
through die bull.rushos The Goi
brnor,.tfter hearing the eloquent i-<
iniarks of' Ule bedro, at once conclude
that ho would muako a firbst rate triu
justice; antd .ltninodlatoly gatvo him hi
Patrons of lnsbftidrt.
T he frnots' uloteuient is spreai
lug widely tlhreitghout the entire coum
tryThe South responds to (t,
Nodh; and the. E~ast td the Wees
The losiger the agitatidn BofltinUes, an
the closer the farmnerd eiam'in'o th'
situation; thle acotuer will they diso,
or the redi. obje6ttve point of all thel
eff'orts. They want better pay ft
(b4ir labor. Th.6y have labored it
fears baok, and fid that thej aro n
botter off to-day than when they bi
gun, but manuy of tho~m fail to dlfsee'
er the insatidte mondtor; who fecti
npon their substanob.
The grand mista'ke the faimors<
illinois have made was in looking uI
bn the railroads as the primeause
their impoverishntent, anji that <
buir Grangess is in looking upon th
Werelbants of' 6he.dities a tihe caus
of all their difficulty, whern th'i tla
fe that behind tho railroads and b<
Iind the mordifanutl, sdands thte mncy
orablo fa6t thiat the ''protoctivo tarifi
*nakes ondh of thetm pa'y doublo prjU
for all they eonsukmo, and divid<
their produe itha tho lharpies #
gre protected by urjust larws. 'The
favg failed to effect any gonerad g~o
by the assault upon the railroads<
the merchants.-- now lot thema assan
the hey of the enemy's position-ti
"protective tariff." -Bannaer o/ JIdbo
ey1 U:AAdco L... , r
Cenealogy of Ihc.Aluis and RIett fuam
Thomas and James-b" itli, brother;
were Englishmen who followed th
fortunes of Cromwoll. Tpey wer
6 prom:nent as poliiial writeri on tha
side. They came to the P'rovineo o
bo Santh (larolina in 1671, being attra'ot
ed thithI r by the 'restoration o
er Clhles the Second. Thomas remain
ed in the Province and became a rul
" ing nmin. in 1691 he received fron
the British Ci6wnj a 'patent of fotty
eight thousand acres of land, situated
in South and North Caralina. From
.his immense os.tate in lands lie acquir
ed the title of Landgirave Smith, and
by that name he calpe i6ost 'giner.
ally known. In 169, he was appoint.
ed Governor of the Province of South
Carolina. Birnwell Rthett is a des.
etdait in thc 'diroet line fropi thit
man. ie belongs, we belie'vo, to the
sixth generation of his descendants.
Tames Smith, the brother, was a
dissenting clergyman. ie soon mov.
ed to the Province of Massaohusetts.
f is grand-daughter (or, it may 'e,
hi.s great-grand-daughter) married
%ld John Adams' in October, 1764.
John Quinoy Adams is therefore a
lineal descendant of James, the broth
er of "Landgrave' Smith. Abigail
3 Smith, the mnotherof John Quincy
Adams, was one of the most remark
able women this or any other country
has produced. A mind tf'ee from
prejudice can scarcely read her histb
ry without coning to the conclusion
that she was the most intellectual wo
man who has been mistress of the
The descendants of Thomas 'Smith
are very numerous i South Carolina,
ai( there are many also in Georgia.
General Screven, who was killed near
M id way, Liberty county, during the
revolut-ion, and after whom Screven
county in this State is named, was on
the maternal side a descendant of
Iandgrave Smith.-Savannah ivews.
-Nanal Preparatiou for War.
The New York world says : "Facts
are not wanting to show that an ef.
fort is in 'progress in tho adininistra
tion circles to provoke trouble with
Mexico, and this being. the case, cer
tain mi.litary at naval nrn I
now going oin at New drlcans an its
vicinity are not, without their sugges
tiveness. Warlike preptrations are
active in that city at present over
the following facts, to wit.: that two
na\'al o ecicrs ha've recently arriVed
to recruit for tle navy ; the gun
boats in the port are being preparea
for sea ; officers of General Emory's
staff have -just returned *from aln in
apetion of the Gulf forte, which
are being heavily strengthened ;.and
finally, fortifications are to be imnle
dialely constr Vcted on Grand Isle.
All this activity may only imply a
sudden impulse of industry on thg
part of the Navy Dep.artinent, or
again it iay 'mean that the Adminis
tration is preparing for an emergney
which itmay provoke itself.
\Vindfall to an Atianla Lady-Benefit of
A d Vertisillg.
A fe'v days ago Mr. B. 11. Kiser in
sorted 'ah advbtis'ement in our local
column asking information respecting
the whereabouts of Mrs. Lou Jordan
and stating ,that Mus~e thing of inter
est would be comnmunieated to hiei* Uon
-' ap lication to him by letter or other.
wise. tie has since .reeiired the re
quired information froni tlireo differ.
ent sources. Mrs. Jordan resides in
Atlant1, Ga., and as her identity
o bin hal-dly be disputed, we thiik it
SnoL improper to state that the object
a of Mr. Kiser's inquiries was to inform
ht- of the fast that a large sum of
- ioney had been beqjueathed het- in.
fatcid by a relative in tlho State
1of Missouri. Wb do not know whal
a thme aioliiit is, but have been inform.
ed that it probably ,approximnatos tori
thousand Hofllrs. This little inoi
dont illustrates oiie of .the mnany
benefits of advortising.-~ufula
e A Queer Craft.
r The Nw-Iiavon Palladium says thrit
whilo tbbyd, ajgod ten'Amd fanrteep
-years, sons of M r. Dwight M. \Vech,
r of t~hat city, who were visiting friondm
r in l~ast Hampton, Couin.4 were bath
t i~mjg ftrm ant island near the centre of
o Pocatapaug Lake; one day last week,
.their boat, ie.hich wa.s inoored a little
.froni shore, floated off and was wafted
a to the main land about a mile away.
'Tho boys, foafing tho fiifdiiig of the
f boat with their clothes therein would
.cause periroui alarn, lu~unched froma
*t the island on an old table, and thoeld
j est boy, hoisting ain umbrella in his
e hands, started, r'ying, "Good.bye.
H arry, if I never see you again,"
treached the shore In safty, returning
.with the boat. Thle hero .of thuis ad
,venture is q~uito small, weighing only
i' sixty-six founds.
s The Statie of Missiseippi.has ra'thd
o a peculiar law, passpd by the last leg.
y islature, by which itisp providled tha'
dl any per'sonl holding omfie in the state
r who shall be found drunk, shall, up
t on conioition, be deemed guilt~y of a
e miisdomfeanor, and shall, by the ,jt'dg
r- mont of the court a'nd sontonce, be re
moved fredi office.
Winie Worth 9',iD0 a Drop.
The city of Bremen posseses
twelve hogsheads of what, according
3 to certain calculatious undertaken by
) the'Neue Freie Pre'eso, must be tho
most e'xpenqve6'overage in the world.
r The town purohased iu lb24 twelve
hogsheads of Rudesheiimer at 300
f gold thalers each. These were placed
in the inlinicipal 'ollae, where they
still remain. At the end of next
year these hogsheads will be 250
years old, and pill. rechanigg Iho
in terest on the original price at .'ve
per cent., have cost 790,680,000 Pru;
rMan thalers. The waste of wine from
evaporation is always estimated at
five per'cont. per annum ; there re
main, consequently, only 4d bottles
of the original supply. This mRuuual
loss has beet 'tnaile by means of old
wine found in the cellar. Calculat.
ing the price of a bottle of this wine
at one thalkr only, the 216,000 botties
which will have bdo'n tlis a'ded by
the end of 1874 will be wortn 3,427,
920,000 thalers, granting the same
rate of interest', flve per cent. At the
end of next year the twelve hogsheads
thus repleni0hdd 'vill have cos't 4.
,18;,,OOO thriers, giving an aver
ago of 244,232 thalers per bottle.
The ho sbeads are not, however, all
of the same auluo. They are filled
up on a system by whiiql the wine
added must, in the course "f timie,
pass through all the eleven hogho'ads
before, reaching the last, which con
tains t'he ofalst and most precious
liquid, each drop of which, reckoning I
a bottle at 1,000 dro*'s, 18 hovY w'rtl'
Efonautic Slecra .
At the last mheeting of the Eron
autical So'oiety, London, two rather
important stes o'f.'p 'rogreso ivere re
ported. One is that by M. Dupuy do '
Lorne, who sends information that by I
means of of a sorew worked by eight
mon, in a balloon weighing altogeth
er four tons, he has been able to cause
the balloon to deviate twelve degrees
either way from th'e direetio in
which the wind was biowing. Thil,
as the chairman remarked, would have
enabled balloons to go into 1aria, as
well as out of it. A step in the di
mpo n nF m~ n ,,,ma,. n . I
strength with lightness, was exft!
ed in small machine occupying less
thou a square yard, in which steam
was got up by the use of gas, in less
than two minutes, to a pressure of 100
ponndi to the square inch. The ma
cnr wighs only forty pounds, and is
of Tour horso power. On the same
principle, it was observed that anoth
engino could be made of 100 horse
gower, that will weigh within 700
pounds. One is ordered for a bal
loon that has.been.constructed for the
JEronautical Society of Vienna, at a
cost of ?1,200.
The Flow of Immigration.
Th'o latest roports on the subject
show that the number of immigrants
.pho have arrived in tQ United
States, fron the imo of the estab
lishunent of the government to the
.close of lhe year 1872, to have beit as
foIo : PrevIods to 18262,, estiniha
ted, 2',bbo0 ; from 1821 to 1830,
151,820 ; from 1831 to. 840,55$,;25
front 1841 to 15I1(, 1,713,251 ; from
18. 1-t o 1860 2,798,214 ; fronmt 18j0
to , !2,4d,209 .; durimg tho -y,ear
1871, 367,789 ;.d iri l8, - 444,
040 ; maiulling a grand total of 8,620,
452. TPhe indications thtus far arc
that the arrivals .during the curret
year will fully equal those d.f -.l'62t
year, tha foreign born population of
the country being thtereby increased
by nearly a half mjillion souls.
The last thting, in liotels issnuggest
ed by an igemious correspvoident qf
the Galveston NewA, It is to be~ called
tho Aerigl *Sanit~prium. It . t , be a
hugo balloon, firoilj skotirkt b)
strong attachme~tt pt a. 'proper
height. "Galveston,".lhe saiys,; "is
within one mile of thte most delight
ff ollimate in the w~orl4,, qpnd this
climate is directly 'Overtna.,, To
the e iormous balloon there is to ho
issoo~ie'd a framtmwork of aufiloient
strong wire, fitted up up to accommo
dlate odle, fundred guests. This airy
naloon will Ib reached by a smpiller
b'illodd solingas a6 eleva tor. When
the barometer indicates disturbing
weather, the gas can! be !ot olfand the
Vflfote egtslifshient brought down t.
Another WaIW orth.
A terriblo -tragedy wvas enacted
near Oak .qrove, Liaudoerdalp County,
Tenn., Saturday. A ;rmqan named
Austim, wh'o has beens living~nar the
village a short. time, . went hmome
drunk and begaiY to abuse his wife.
,His son Chtatley, aged sighteen, cond
ing in, he turnrtd up on the boy and
comonoed abusing h idym and. in , an
aEnswer to auroukh deante-y
retnrned a sharp answer, which s o -
raged him that he dre# a' fvolve r ab d
snapped three Ona at th'e eqn bj,
seeinmg his dligor, svh4a1 g'a. it
gun from tfie rack .and 64e 'po
his father, killing hipile~ta'ntry
-Thte ofica ouSI h otscs
ior donator of ranege leves tast
follo~iiog result: Andeg ,l2,15th
13ias; 514 Andewo ,,15
"What ind of Elaslic.''
A dry goods iman, who is wel
known for his politeno's, has a faithc
who'is an execlient citizen. but not
very smooth talker. They were s
busy at the store Saturday qfternoon
that the old gentlemnan was called ii
to helip. Atnong the cuto-iors wa
a youig lady, who appear ed to b,
waiting to trade with him % whos,
elderly appear..nee invited her conli
deoce. Soot an opportunity offered
,tnd jeaning over the counter as an in,
vitation for him to do the same, slit
whi*spered her order. lio bent clost
to her and said, " What s that ?" in :
voice that stai ted the perspiration f<
ier forobhad. Again sho whispered
"Oh, elastic," said lie, in a tone thal
could be hoard on the - walk, and look.
much plased . with his sueccs,
"What kind, of elastic ?' ie added,
bending his ipad'A.lo'orio'the burn.
ing face of the perspiring maidon.
Once more treiningly whispeted.
"For garters, hoy V' he repeated, even
loudet tha bcfore) ,without noticing
the horror struck expressiol 'of the
alinost fainting youn'g lady. "Some
tthing fancy, I suppose I" lie went on
to say', in Ippy oblivion of the storc.
ful of people ; "young p nle now-a.
days want things nice. ily old wo
man uses a shoe-str'vg, anid sails
around without oticint the dilYer
enee." Then he got down with the
,box, and turned to show it, but the
customer i/is gona. le stood around
with the elastic somo five minutes in
waititing, but she did not return, and
it is likely he has forgotten all the
erreumstances iow.-1)anbury News.
An Extra 'Scssion,
There seems to bc' no do.t that
th. (e.xteral A senibly of the 8tate
will be convened in extru ses: ion be.
tween the 15th and 20th of Ootober
next, for the reason, as alleged by
the State officials, that an extra ses
sion is necesbary in ordor to pass the
tax-levy for the fiscal, year euling
November 1st, 1874. 'Under the law,
a 'it now stands, the taxes for each
aIsoal year are payable on or before
the 15th 9f.No-veiber; and ns. the
roular sssou does not begiu until
a late day in Novembor, the passage
., al 41- i -. 1 ,'. e 'e -. LI-&
tax-payers to met the reinirements a
the law, has been found to be imi prac
ticable, . At the last yession the joint
resouttion, authorizing the tax--levy
for the lscal year commencing No
vember lt, 1872, was vot approved
until 20th of Deconiber of that year,,
and hence it was found necessary to
pass ani act postpoing the collection
of taxes unil..Mareh of the ensuina
year? The extra s-;e--ion is, therefore,
to be convened for-,i te puLirposo of
pasping the .tam:-levy for the liscal
year coin' encing Nov:nnher 1, 1873,
in order to facilitate ilo collotion of
the taxes for that yeir at the tim1e
hxed by law, viz : th 1,5th of Noveii
ber. . Itld duionito his t ho .subfj.t
of the State debts is.o.bo dI 1senssed
but this will not le touched upon
until '.he tax pnestior shall be sett!ed.
Neu-s and Ccuicr.
lIotographitg a i Eiss,
In the neighborhod of Ghi:iclhunrst,
the other day, an etatmored pair were
walking pleasantly along, quite un
conscious of their oIf their Sulrround~l
inkt, 1and more particularly of the
fact that an jtintertant photogr apher
hi pd taket, up is positionti Surroundt~ed
by t interesting crowd. Es the,
swain and ti~e maiden took their way,
wbiaL moreiirud tha'n thuat the form or
should imtjrint a chaste sailute on the
pputing lips of bis fair. compaion1 I
Wihatsmnre annoying thint til'at this
cam era, 1lho;d h~avea eizd them in l
tihe aot and renidered .it immtiortal ?
The hap!c eopi heeamo awaro of'
the fact tromt the eitltur-t of htnigh.
ter which ran throug;h the asemblagro
ait ihyanti (Gs held upi, and ihe .girl
at i rot'strmed andi' thIireat engd, hut,
suibsidintg ittoa mtore re asonta ble .nood,I
ofored to purchase the negamtiveo.
JBut the photographer was' itioxorable.
fic was willing to sell any auu~er. of
copies, .but tinsisted utpon retaininig
>A bout i o'clock, last ntightt a small
wvhite Ioy, whosapptearcd to .ho lie
tweet four and fivec year-i of age,. was
found at thnt corner of Main antd Cer
vais st reets. ile could giva no e
tell igLent ace3ont of himsttelf or hi re
ddence. C gi his name as .Johnt'
,atrick, and statedl that11 he Iivad near
---- Wallace. Po1liceman Bright,
after earnest but futtilt efforts to us
e ertain where the vchilid !! Ced, e~rie ,
hliat to the gua rd lie .e, lie ro the
aniiou patrentS tum:y rest as ue d
that their little boy it well cired for,
anld wvhero they can htave himt restor.
ed to themn. Policemanu fhight,'a di's
oIufrge .9f. duity is highly commnenda..
blo, and~ r~houtld be emula ted by the
Shoto ptolico force,.- I/%~Ahdl..
Ph'4 Mempis Appeal, of' the I-2tht,
states that the .Rev. Charles TIodd
Qiinta,rd ls iow unable to attend to
hts duties b ecau'o of illIne-s. ,Ho is
at Sewanee, and his physicians say
that it la necessary for hin to reai
th'oro several weeks before resuinlg
hia mniniaterial work.
All Amioroutsrpt uitgerr.
Th e foivoitv; letter vas: rcccivo
ni ho Trcasury Department vestoI
Nia>m't, August 7--I e, of thl
.l'easu1ry e rme to (. . \\M.sl
ington, 1). D. J Wear ilics -
The writer was- ill Washingtoln 01
Mionday last, and nicon.: the manl,
,sene which fell Wi.hin f is view, 0
euriosity, nit and beauty, th luies
of them all was the general uppoar
Oance of those fair icS who dwl
withini tho wall-3 of the grcat c:lsh
house of the broad at: 0on.
And as wn, the lI'er.hi S 2hah chari
oi w1ith the art mai spldol of P.,
lish nistituti o s so w . ihe aforesai
writer .Nured with the beauty oi
Ihose fair onesl(.
1, perhaps, would ralior have
known some of you separate, but how
to formti tho nequain(taneo of any of
you, as I'am let 0ay, that was tho
question then ; but fortuno favor.,
the brave mau iievcr abaindons the
jost, an d in that hour she )tood by
ie and kindly whisjcred, writa toall,
and so I did it.
And in this letter I would mako mauiiii.
f't the (eO!ing of Illy heart if alil
gungo be adhlt-ate to thus exprest
these sorrews. I wait thoso who
want to bIn r'airiel h' to writo
!'afa onei, and let In. kinow their
terms,. Yon may thiink tii-i charne
ter has compielled mlep to wander far
6rom01 homeo to tl'! a1fIhti-mi', but, the
l:ms in th ease are that i :an a car,
t ba:ger, Ia have . pretfy "air
r -le t. livo a mrmg these elic taens,
with iaueh less to mak any VIrottn
-ion.s toward their daughAite. S>
hose who hlaop tho sad soul of aulr
lig hllmanily in) the dreaary hors of
inpending dag:ecr will write mae ia
etter and bid fill) live in hople. My
ipo is 2, ., and (; lect, tall, and fair to
L"k upoll ; m11y n1' ai for thi.i time I
-ithhahold, andhi thoseF wil'iitng wilI for
he time1 a Uddre: ". A. I ." . loekson,
Iladison county, Tenn.- lI ajhingtont
Teln Millonis .issiug,
The excitumoint in fivancial circles,
)Tn aLdQOlanat of the rIumtored dihcit of
lreaisu re' of tho United StatC, still
-oitinno . Tho account. aro short
hieit am1ou0nt of maoncy, but whatlher
t is ani nctial delicit or tho result of
1 most colipca tc I and Im ysteriouis
yteimi of book-keh ping, no oi1e knows
,ltside of (he 1)eartment. The of
locr.4 moio directly in chargn of the
undo are 10.1 t., Ie e:-'-dinirgly any.
uns for 'i! "' e.en but
':*-r..:a y ; oll..; .- i -As Chow.l .
olily of secrecy, and an Adminitra.
!0.1 Org!i at \V ashingtoni ells tho
boide they wit know the truth ihn
Atn actnid defalcation ef that
mount.i, boweuwer, conicidored very
111prolbahlo by IhSO rh:o ano bent in.
ormed at \Vaklh"I'". It is Ivell
:nown that.sthe New .ork bul cliquo
n gold is suar0ring torrfibl ll ma ; Und I
L ic lieved they at1 engaged in ag
avanting the rnmer in oider to ilavo
a ielvea fro rin . m I L. would fne m
bu13t ti p.oido pro ntied to know
I.o trith alboit their mony in tho
''.0 of ruoha appaling' astories - hut the
;i"hty heul Il' theo Departmeont pr'ac
ciilly toale thema~ to atteid to thanir
r'ivato aillaits 0u Alet peht ies aloao.
halt is alen Attoancy Geeraul W ii,
andi~ allvico to thec peole Of Louisi
ian. And nto dloubt, they are bioth
nue~c.---I /tba ('si)Si utn.
1low Euigen ic at irdEigCae
I miust toll youa one I.llend~id inaci
cnt of the Emhapress : genio's 'isit
-l Amen- under109 th' emp,3 iro,~ it
cacms that th le chole(Icr- as ve0 ry bad11
aero, and1 what is worse, at plerfect
aaic had sei'/ed ou thea cityv. il)
io .Impre:CJs thiough sho3 wVou'ld go
own nad tray and infCuao a littlto
loral courage into the( pople. Ar.
vedl inl Amionsr, iihe found fauthaori
es had :all iii alam. Shio wonit
ra ighat to) tho hlospital1, and sat by
IC bedi of the p atioanta, enlcouraginag
,th them~t anidtho a ttndants. Saut
ya priost rus~hed into theo hospi..
I--a vary lily-livored pri est--anid
u~ped out, "0, y5our' mfaljesty, will
>u belie-vo it '? T1wo hou11rs aigo may
car wasn broakfating with me3, and~
WI laO is dlad.," A wful terro1r alt
ounad. "Thait iii vory good," said
sr miiajesty, catnmly. "Good I" Oriedl
ie frightoned piest fand peoplo.
Yes, very good ." replied the- Em-ai
ross ; violenat as that, it always
anes." Thela effoot of this gon)f'ort
r 1tatement, wihi it musiat flavo cost
(rescsi somnethingif to maake, was at
co a feeting that tho worst ,wos
rer. So mutcha for tact and qunick
xs. Thec Amtiens~ dootora said thto
sit was a remedy far boyondulany
bii:h they land in their pharmia
luia Ti's story has theo advan
go of 80om1 others of' being absolU
Mr. Darwin hasp boon rhjooted n a i
rre.sponudiaag memuber of theo Frenchi
cadoemy by a voto of 26 to 6. . a
Thei six friends1 of ape (ought ,not to
md that. Alt monkeydom, shiould I
wi for that.
Ir. Beerher ndi iii uBowen- Tillall Scita
Mr. Jeebr% . lette~r has put a
i e ~ tu (oil th li e -Ca~la Il rplen!,rs whol(
nave been makins 1hingA red hot for
sme eight. 114,th1 . lie only qullej -
Lion now up is what ,-hall ha donel
with tile miell whl1., neoordii ngo the
prfesetli otitluo, origin lted the vile
e drun niem, print..d :W. sont them
abroa0, about the llrookly pIrkiutor.
FromI tie -,tart .\ r. Bqec-eh ' h bi e.
in favor (if leav;g the thing etitirely
Wone, nod tlming the anthors of the
c audaul be , tlel'Y em)n, thle in1diIina
i o- of the- public. TI'b tandin,
M) meit'-ee of the "hr h hive "ot been
: nuti t in regard to the best course of
procWdare. The idea of retainiT
men in good Atilt regiar standing who
reported to have italigned the pastor
in the fpuljcpt t1ain tr I , WITas too mol
strous, in the opitinti of, ii'ny to be
horne. At length Mr. Beecher with
drew hisopposition, aind told the com.
tnittee to go aiead. Zverybody, of
course, Lnew vy( I t hitig. Proofs
were plenty no blachberries. ,11'j'
naimes of parties who had heard mn
itter (nlumnies were obtained. Th
Cniinitteo started off to find proof.
Every rtimor, statemeut, chiaige, fact,
was hunted ip. Two thirds (if temi
Were lioi . The pr ties said to It av -
repirted certain things det.ied ever
hiving opened their 'mouths Ind!
vidina who had held cotversatiln
with inen protinently aolsccsed, Illy
cver having any onversation with the
partios oii any subject.
And tho invet'tigationi will prove
that this whole sealitdill, ohigiintrd
in business mII isliltlerstall.i.g 'and
piatee al lduo Y)Iici t" sletcure
hu 1 ioney, will a ill Co.1sig
someI parties to inel ted social (;,n
temlipt1, and aillow other.; to mlleditate
o1 (lie unertaiily of hniilan pln.<IS be
hilid the grates of a prisol."-/1ur
leiyh's ,, ?ttr t.> the Boston .Jo,'nim.
The Dcigiiluion "N'gro."
Ve quote frot tlie Now York Tri
"I'ier is r teli a tling as being ah
together too S2tmf itive. Tile colored
citizens of Ulum iii it CuAIty, Ohiio, have
aphed the Sato constitutItna convou.
fln Is n rla) the, ws-r~d 'ner1'rro
te) hwghsi a1)'n1gage-at lene.4)t
prohiift it frofm being ised inl pibi ic
deultilents i4 school looks. ThI 14
is childi.sh. The word is a good Pn I
11ecessaiiry word, andi in 1oo n(,ro (Ii.;'
creditable thalm 'c-olored' or .\ iieanl
trither-ot whieb is so definite or cor
reet. The 6;auks aro jiust as iuch
blnk as the whites are white-ne
color. is aS good al au1( h-r',. hut so
long asthe a(-.r. e o ic I-S, it e pr
Ont itate r f a iihrI, it. ii oftein ue'lm
sary to discriminate betwen it t.
Tha peardomonstration to Ex.
President Thiier ait, Belfort Ahowi
Anth the servios of the venvl:.ble
statlerman11 .arc not, folgp tia by I Ii.
enu ym e . .Ilfr, y ~n c
j kned, 0 11 4o t hi towts held
by tie G erians until redeemed by
the ptymeunt of tde indmnt y, (t
Ilai now honon evaeited, r'd . ;
Tbiers has fu11led a. promtisa madIe
that he woihl i4;t thn tow-n . after
that 10t. No people nre uora pa
triotic thwil the l ench, (1I we (anC -
imallginfe thb " y thof42 mliri 2)3l " oe -i
thsocc:mionii. To be re>r': of' t hie
liftred( h fI! t's I ind conqu lerlors, and.
to niet'C th ma w ho, a i.si cThie lotf thIo ,.
natiot), had provjedl 11nd4 paid~ the
irf.elnitiy, so'! thius w~Stred Thk-lo.t
to ! rancte, mtighit well1 bingt ot~ f bea
llug, the ilhainililai ion, the ,creund
0our cab tle teh 1rain1 .1 iud plubl i~ led
lrl~oh.d dje, a-id llmany of the l'.ig
hishl papt.rn . f iub-ishod oblitarie o4('.her, p
anlo oif whhulh were tnt comfplititen" t
tary. It no(w a11pears' that, tile 1Idy is d
not, dead. She4 Is ihve and,1 well, and
hals wril teln t:> a Ci land4 ini E'ulropf ai:- r
ingto avethe rumior' of her <iemise 10
cont1raiclt ed. Th'Io re(port is saLid to '
hiave beeni oirctulat adl by N fly 1 len ti
borough's second i fhobbnd'sJ (one- 1)
ies in Dama'itscus wherto sihe lived
for matny year's. : jt:
"Lady Ellieniborought nee ;in
filizabethi Dig by, was born ill 1807, y
maturriedI Mr. Low (ofterward.: Lord v~
IElIleinboroutgh, in~ I &MI.h . ht ma2r- ii
ria2go was diw.oi:I~~ I IS;0, on fur- ai
l'lnilt of her1 cl-pltoont withi thioh
['iliAp Schwartzenberl4Jg. In 183.! sh ti
und her' presenat hnifhaind isi one of p
111 lth nomad cieC1f '' ts i w of ul ov'er thie c
L21dy Elle Inbhoroughp still jitest iln theE
IiThe "' ~Tomb%" Ne'v . York -w~hihu ~
11a. att aine~d al at 0na tiotoriety, if v
riot a 1c eut ation12--- is to bo r'emoved,1 w
X inew buliblinrg lipanl higher' gr'olind C(
nd better airangod, is tc9 be orectogi tO
>n the blook boiuided by Canal, IEliza. tO
otht, Rayard and N~ott streets, some1
uarecs distant fromn the prer~ent,
tiotu re, but still it hino what isi cull
~d "Jio crimio conitro'' of the eity. co
'ho now building is to bo lar'go A
~noutgh for all jauil pupss andl also.
01' thlo aomollildationl of soveral of ,at
hla city nourts-.b
A 'Sai Aclcut,
A distropsing acoident oourred at
the ow livery stable of Mr. .1. V.
Wadsworth, on Tryon street, at 5i
I i'clock . yesterday afterntoon. 1h
brick work on the stablo was jstit be..
iglp conipletod, and wolild have been
ready to receive the roof to-day had
it iot been for the acvident. Only
three workmen wero engaged on tl
ailing at the ti mc, alnid they woro
lnying brick on one of tle side wallI.
SuddenIly one, of the nien di.covereil
that the wall was springing out, and
After soine ronarka between the men,
all started to escape from the scafhlcls,
Ceingi that the wall was about to fall.
TwO of them escaped without mato
rial injury, by swinging off by the
1raff'olding, but Win, Biggers, one of
tlieml, received injurics whbiol it is
likely will result fatally.
.At the timoc the men saw their
danger, they were all standing about
Mnway betwoon the'endsof the wall,
whieb is fifly feet inl lQngl. Mr.
liigger thought to reach the sout,
tenid of the scaffold and jump off be.
fora the wall fell, but the distance
was too great, and before 1he ould
rei i he end, it camo down with a
crash. The unfortunate inai foil jut
as 1 tle Wall be.an to give way, hetwoon
tie wr.ll and tile scal.old ing. l1e wal
h11rled to the ground anl almost, lit
erally covered by thie dbri.i.
Tpon the removal of tile brick anl
sonioldig, it was found that threo of
air. liggers' ribs had been broken,n1s
was also bis -right arn. . Drs. T. J.
Moore and Robiert (tibbon were call.
"d inl, aill Mr. Iliggers. wn removed
to his home.whee ho now lies in a
critical condition. Ho0 has a N ily
which is deponulent. lip On hilmn for a
The mnost wvondferffilly aibsurd and
rtupoidously stupid decision over
inido by a judge in Soutill Carolina
was tihe tine ren'derod by .1 udge Mont.
goecry Moso.q at Spartanburg in thn
camo of the State againt Frank
Gall-gher, charged with murdor.
Gallagher, while an oflicer in tho
Uiiited States Army, last winter,
killud a discharged soldier in a drunk.
en brawl. In the incantiine . tho
It-luv utloritins had-himi nrraign,
ed before a court martial iu tie
oharVgo of having. been guilt; >f coil.
diot unb(oinig an , oflico and a
grailntemnil. . i tas found guilty by
tile court martial and seitonced to be
diamisecd: from the service. The
soitonne was approved by the Presi..
dont, and Lt. Gallaghor eoased to bo
an oflieer In Ohe vrmy, . Wook beforo
last 10 came before the Conrt of (in.
Cral Sestiors at . Spartanburg to bo
tried on the chargo of murdor. IIis
counsel, Col. Younmans, of Columbia,
interposed as a Idea in bat- that the
prisoner had already bo3n tried for
the offenso v-ith which he was charg
ed... lio sustaitned his plea by ail
elil'ortte arguinent of three houirs in
iongth, in which lie overwbehnod tho
oourt with authorities bearing upon,
the point. Whilo it scoms himilost in
cred iblo that a coirt poPsaSesd of a
thiimble full of brains would allow
itself to liston calmly to an argument
on snob a propofition, that inci edulity
is lust in the most stupendona amaz.
nert when it in told that ths .courb
rot ounly listened calmlhy, buut that it
actulally listonoed conclusively, and
thait it iset the prisoner free, diicharg.'
(Id from ail thle paina andi penialties of
huis high crimo agai nst tho laws.
C'hcee lieporer. .
"A notlher Wanlwarth;."
A terrible tragedy was Eunectedi at
Gank (Jrove, in Lan ddoerdaic coanty,
Tecnn., Saturdays .. A inan namod
A 'wtin, who had ho n living near the
villago bhtt p. ghlirt time, *ut homne
drunk and began) to ahntso fia wife,
llis non, Char-lie, aged eighateo,
cominug up, fi red uponu his father, kilt.
lng him ninmos . instantly,. and( then
threw dJowl) the gun and fled to the
wVoodtu, ainico whon nothing hi as boon
heard of hi. ..
A Western paper, discusrhg the
probability of Cwjarism in the Unitedl
'tates, thiinks the steps of progressiorn
to a throne will bo found, if found at
ill, in the following Miidpr.: A. - third
ttrrm for G4eneral 'Ornat ;att'olot ion~
for ten 'yours ; nun el-enion for life;i
ubhulitionm of Stato~ Government ; the
'oundaltion of a pecrmanent. dynasty
>y popular vote, or whrat passes foa
lie advocatos of emepire -in thin ,wie:
I. The wvhitos of' the3 Rout.A in
blaelks of tho S'outh. 3. Tlho'&thernt
mnonopolists of all .kinds, 4ndr.gra I..
bors, saruarygn bors hnt hri ffgrahI.
bors.. 4. The F~ederni - ice holders.
We hear froniuis thrtiig county
hat overy townsehip has v.Whd a half.
nill tax, anid anrcxtra poll tax of
Ifty oents for free schooils. A s will bo
on by a letter from!Chesater puiblisl,.
'(1 ol.90Thoro, the ft hiila comipany
Ias procuredl an atnory, aridt it is iu
'0 hOpod thfrt no mi-te Odnplinns
itay be heard of shooting along thNi'
oads while the mornbors are oni tiha
ray hlome from drill, new that they
invo'a place to 'koop theil' gui/-.