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Probablv the most notowort'ho
ex -t %,f the late fair ill this city, wa.;
thw grange peech (if Vol. D. Wyatt
Ai. -, of South Carolinn, delivered
a t'hurisy, fe-bin tho central istand
' l V k in a ne of' thtousands. The
'o 1el is i, ;eiuitie eo uthterner, be
In 1u 0rifinal sla:1veholdo..r, Ifild s ub -
f',ploien tll an cMicer in the Confederate
- 1r1y, ile i, a member of tie cen
:.I vrwo ere--utivo committee, at
igII, And cune Ibero at the
ni O t, t ho Agreiilt ural society.
' cetnty ,a'nnges were pregent ins
f :'T', 1ttA be!:idles tIICSe atn itn
it% n Coincoirao of peoaple not ol' tht
Orteo. Ile was intrud uced by De. J.
B. Whit-inug, of this city, eiirin :um of
the coutiittoo oii pubho guio..ts, in
the following very handsone speech.
'Dr. Witin~g said:
Gnt'llemenp (y' he kCounty Ag,
Your president bid.s in iitroduico
to you the peaker for this annual
har vest festal day. I have unnst..4l
satisfacton in tlho performanco of t hii
d uty. becaiso it brinigs to otir
mirisI, with einpinsi , grand old
icnories of a graid old Con mon
weaI th-the houro of Marion, nd
8uin.ter, and 'Moultrie, and Piekons,
an1ii it ii lt'lge, aiol 1 1'iinckniy, and
Poinisett, unit the1 A ikens-nauer so
ainihar thut tho ilention of them
Culls back, not their deods alono, but
their forini arid faices pas4 before us
uiitiated into lifo ; aind we see againi
the n14in who have helped to miako our
country's hisitory illustrious, and
whoe n1a1mes will be remuiie"mb1he rdT i n.d
rcvorod so long as the deedt of paoif
ots iad herios :aiii statesingeomi -1*-1 1.
niuiberd and teel'it.:-d,.p f" om
ich aist :Jo anld fr uch t people
CorniCS to ti to day a diiiah
ed ettizon; and althouigh htis thll( izi
suggestivo of camp an1d ild, and ( ibe
t re;. d it the e.cntinlo , tI.e sword
wlii Ith! wiIlhde di has sinen been re.
turined to its bhard, anid in its
st.end Io iei on hi; h.son t le plov
ild the '.-:-, '-i- iIblenis ot othi" :
fieldi ft in ubi.h are gainered til;
wealth oIt 10 I. In. and u1po hlo
Hiucocnid vi il0lre tIe proepelrit.Y of
our countu y 4o l .-; d, pendh, 1i.
COmesi to IS t ) pe k upon I1' peaceful
atits Of labhibadiy ; anld i'o..cinded as
we are by tur Hlook. an I hirds, and
by time fruits of (tIe bouil.tuel i hiarves
which I. tad Las gh *\.; it , it is befit.
togi thbat 'at shioml give him sicad
we nm s Ilh. suirrounl .in w ee to
v Ae ,\ d la -lib. Ilf (.; i he fa: .fiel.
(of* Rook couaroy, wh 0.bod ce
are ilndictive of tlir g-ieloIAs
hei'arts, I haid I.in1 weioonie. Ladies
tAdg-~mn I hanve honor inl ill.
t1odIeing 'olonel 1). W. Aiken, of
T1h Doe' uot :r's remat aks were ap
palallud, andui we fanciiy that, few could
liav e performi'ied hxis deliente tack sit
Colonmel Aikon wa's also w'arinly
greeted uplonl h i appearanco, an d
proeceedi 'ed wit uu'UtmuchtiI fortamali ty to
a sli- rp t itohti (Ut po'ato alrra tgn
spiro to eaci 11.e fat wr'm ais pr'ey
otahis eiaelgies. Alluding to theo
pre'' alen lt tyin ion that "any fool
cou tld m-aket a far Im :-," thle Coalontel
1 igori(tluI refuted th Ile id'ea, and as
i'tri-d wiithI i i Iuc warim[th tlialt morel
e'-it't 'itn wathe needet3hd req~ui:'Oiment.
.1 I't I' ra.nrh' gainedci t he rpea1keri imany
Ii iends ini hiis .L audi'e wholi i esponticd
that the secret gr'n ige wai thie place
to get thiis Iiahiormlationi ; thatt its pro
jector's dt'tgued it for a pr omoter of'
I s.a otia , ' itt uCI andh that practical
k . Icleie , t tho farm wh licha cvely
t uer tof the soil 3tood in need of. As
' lit, lie sittir'n't that thme t-ruo
ny kep' wa i t l ' rm it only claim.
* t har ri iight to) vote fort a grangera
' ben lie wi.t n appsedl b)y at car di--ato
i"~at ai ?Jember'l oft thle Or)ader. ite' was
0 pp.eed'i to tariia fo hr irevene orC 01ny0
it bog else, baming his opptosit ion upon
t be broadt ground that t ho system
worked Iijtiiy to thle prodluer, ini
t hat it. deiineid his tid-given rightI to
b''y where ho coui d buy the chieaipest
an td Hell witero be could Hull the
dearesat, Pl'i t icianms1 andI the 30,000
needi~lessa~ fetderal oflico iihlder werae
the a.ursa of' the countriy, oad C2ongress
iast a'i Anigemaln ble t hat cught to
be e liutsed. (C!heers.)
liisin F; TIraido v'iews were of thme
moest r'a o.eica I ihracter', being stu
muin allyv that th le grantiges shou ld bo0
aIidiied whh nxiothitug save the lep.
PTin (itf of' all the imiposit ions of an
10qu1it ious ta'riil'. Th'Ie patent, lawa
were slhtrply assaulted, the specakor
arguiLg that 14 years wsln
enough for a patent to run, and that~
"extenisiois" k'hould not be gi'ramed
except withI imp hortanmt resctriction s.
'cclaune~d that, the 3| issisippi river
was the niatur'al outlet. for the pro'
duace of t his sect ion of coutit ry, and
tha tt water corn liunicat ion was far'
chap lerI a id better thamn timo facilities
of' E s:t ern mail roads.
iBat we, canniot do jueticeo to this
r pech in oneO ariticle, and will ro
serive iso:nethaing foi' anoither occasion.
lit our batablh~e opionai 'ho Colonel is
a gent lemain of' original good judg
mient, ms Ihis itemnaiks were nicly
adal~pted to this latitude, singular as
I9 e tatomeni'ut uiay tuppeari, and we8
t[mik tL. n.-~r t-.ul hardl have
in piroveii 'up i i their ,elketiou of i n
Olitor. Thet.- good feeling over the
sCCe cann .. be iccountod far, x-x.
(3-1 ng up ..1 the theo!y that his sen.'
ti 'ents . .orded wii- theirs~Ki A'ed
ey ari to be eogiatulated upion.thec
iJljflenlt inl this resplect wichv
1h-y have institutud upon our fair
W are itthori'iltod by his Excel
hoecy the Governor (sin the Columei
bii 'Union-IHerald, of the 7th,') 'to
state that t-he -oxtra session of the
General A.-oibly will be called for
the 2lst. instant. Ills proclamation
to that efl'eet will appear in a few
days, but this announcement is made
now in otder that the nieambers may
have full and amtple notice to arrange
for their departure to the capital.
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1WW IN VSBOIR O.
It. MEANS DAVIS, Editor.
Wednesday Meriing, Oot. 15 1878.
Items do sometimes got strangely
jumbled in nowpapers. A recent is
Luo of one of our exohanges contains
two 'coitiguous "clippings" that do
not go well together.
The first informs us that Postmaster
General Cresswcll vill recornd
the establishment of savings banks
in coninection with postoflices, to re
ecivo deposits and :pay -four :pcr cent
Tho secowl electritics us with 'the
announcement that the postmaster nt
Pittsbuirg has obezzled i t33,000,
al). tracted from letters, besides draw
ing much largor aninounts from
Witahington for salarios than he id
out. lie also employed a elork in
his li'very stable on a handsome gov
ve in ment salary. Suspicioun wore
a roused against liitn a year ago, and
a go% ernmntiit detective made a'white.
washing report in J.anuary. This i.
but one ot the many potellire defal
eations in the country. It .Poltns
ter 001uneral Cresbtvell will allow such
it-cms as this to C.AmeC llito juxtaposi..
iiw with the announcement of hi.
'little financial scheie., ho need not
con1iidetly expect muc1h pironage
for Lis "Savings Blanks."l
Advice to the l'artners.
In the present panie no class is sul.
fering more tlan the p. lnter. They
are compelled to sat ritioe (heir cotton
owilrg to th" stl i4'(,l.-y of the imloney
at;.t ('t!. D . V )pttt A iken has
wI itten a letter adv'isinig th farmrs
to hold their cotton for higher prices.
Tho Nows and Courier in conntct
:ng on 'the letter criticises Co'. Ai..
ken's advico unfavorably, and ehinis
that this action on the part of the
farmers would d'efraud tho factors
who havo advanced them money, and
would conscquently produce a st:.1
greatcr crash. T.lhe News and Cou
rier concludes with the following adi
"All the ev'ils of which Mr'. A iketn
coinplainus a rise fronm the planter's
w-init of capital. The true re netly,
theni, is not to add to the want ol
*medit, bit:, by punetuai ty and can..
omny, to incereaso both. T1hus, in
truth, iWill the planter be indepen
dont; free to hol or sell as judge
ment dictatcs. it is the position he
ougt,. to occupy, and which wa hope
lie will soon reach, for with htis pros
peri'tyV the inteorests of aill areo indii
solubly connected but, to be dura
ble atnd beneficial,-it must be the re
s'tlt of his honest etforts, anld not the
truit of injustice to others.
Col. Aiken's Address to the Grantgers of
In another column we giv'o a re.
pert of Col. Aiken's address lbefore
farmers of Witsconsin, takent from the
J aatiesvillo TIimaes. From this, it will
be seent that Col. Aiken was warmuly
reciv ed, and his address gave great
satisfact ion. Amid all the cant pro.
va iling in the North about the South
and rebellion and trnitorn, it is pteen.
liarly gratifying to hoar our State
spoken of in such tormns of praise,
anti to see a "genuine Southerner,''
''an original slav'eholder',"' and "a
Confederate Colotnel," uttering senti
moents that are warmly received in
tho latitude of the Grcat Lakes.
Politleal demagogues strive to tear
open old wountds, antd I,. fan the
flames of sectional feeling. .iut the
mhasses are becoming weary of this
twaddle, anid tin settlinig old prejudices
are combining to throw these time
serving politiclians overboard. We
are gratifiedl also to observe the wis
domn disphyed by Col. Aikon in con.
lining himself to the tmat ter In Ihandt,
and avoiding atny subjects calculatet
to rentew old diffecrenlces. To do this,
requires tact. We all remember the
speech mtade in Columbia by .John
Q'iinoy Adams, and still more recent.
ly the remnarks of ex-Presidont Davis.
Both those gentlemen woro unfortu.
nato, in arousing the animosities of
their hearers. Col. Aikon, while
being bold and outspokon, uttered
only such sentiments as would meet
the apnrobation ofery hoet,.n
irrespective of party or nationality.
We wish there was more intorming.
ling betwecn the honest working men
of the North and the Sodth. More
such spee hes as that of Col. Aiken's,
would do much to destroy sectional
prejudice and would thereby be of
great service in ameliorating the con.
dition of the South. As long as po
litical tricksters are allowed to hold
the reigns of power, oppression, in
compoteniy and corrdption will bei
the characteristic features of our re
Tho Sanatorial ElmOtton.
Te s anatoriai elcotion which has
just tran-vired cau.ed considerable
interest in the County. Now that the
battle is over and the smokoehb par.
tially cleared away, let us examine
into the 'facts cunnected with this
election, amdondoavor to discover the
causes operating to bring abs.ut the
diversity of opinion that existed
among tie people. Laatt year, the
Republ'ican party was divided into
two factions in regard 'to 'th County
officers. Mr. Duvall and Henry
Johnson 'headed the "regular" party,
and Sanderi Ford led the opposition.
Johnson was obntoxious to the Con
servative party, and they generally
snpported Ford, who was elected.
Upon Ford's deat-h, about a dozen
aspirants appeared for the seat.
A mong these, Johnson loomed up
argain. He was strongly backed by
1r. Duvall. Tho opposition were
divided. But in a CIucus previous to
th nomination, there candid.tes com.
binled and gave a majority to Moses
Martin. 'It was generally noised
about that in the event of Martin's
election,*t he present County officials
would be retained, but that if John.
son succeeded they would be removed.
Jolnson ran till lie was defeated in the
conventionl. Then a caucus of dis
affected delegates was held and Mr.
Calvin Brieb was nominated. Mr.
Brice, after consulting his friends, no
cepted the nomination in a card de
claring himself unpledge'd to any
measures. Here thenl, wore two can
didates to chuooso from. Martin hud
the advintago of his colored com
petitors in having no public record.
ilo w:s a new man. lie held proper
ty. lie bore a good reputation
amoong his n.eighbors. The party had
shown their good sense in nominating
proba-bly thu Lest available man offer
in lmmelf. Martin was pledged to
retain in ufiee the Treasurer and Au
ditor, both of whom had performed
t heir d uties 'atisfactorily. Mr. Brie
was a large property holder. Ile was
from one of the best fauilies in the
County, and a gentleman of sterling
integrity. It was generally onceded
thatm he could not lie influenced to do
anything he believed to be wrong.
On aceount of his individual merit
ho was warmly supported by many of
the Conser va~tiv-e.
B1.t others were exasperated with.
the faction that nominated him only
after they~ ha~d failed in a persistent
elloit to elect Johnson. 'l'hey be..
lieved that this fa-ction would be
strenugThe nc-d ultimately in his success,
and weakened by his defeat. They
determined not to support Mrs lErice
rather thani aid this faction. Others
did not eaipport Mr. JBrico, because
they thought. it impolitic for himn to
run. Some believed the Benatorship
to be more important than the Coun
ty oilices; some believ'ed the oppo.
site. Several other minol- points
In consequence of this diversity of
opinion, there was a very small Con
servative vote, and this was divided
bet ween the two candidates.
TVho Whites as a body made no is.
sue in this election. In their votes
~they were guided by their opinions
as to what was best for the County
at largo, and these opinions wero di
versa. Upon one thing they were
unIitedl. They all wished a lower
rate of taxation and a more eeonomi
oni 'hnnagement of publio affairs.
One cireumst ance connected with this
eampaiign gives hope for the future.
For the first time since recotistrue
tion, both of the Republican wings
in the nomination of their candidates
had an eye to integrity. It seoura
ges us to hope that the time hman past
when any person, however incomnpe
tent and unfit, can be forced on the
As the County paper, consulting
the best intoi ests of all the people of
P'airlicld, wo expi ess hope that the
newly elected Senator will maintain
in public the characer lhe has ae
quired in private, and remembering
that ho was supported by individuals
of all classes will endeavor to legis
late for tbe good of the whole po-.
The New York Iherald Las drop
po Uesar'4m, and is now running the
echief-.justioeship through the inter
k Struggle with a Dvl Fish-A -Diver
Mr. Chirlea B. Brainerd of Bos.
ton, in writing to the 'Sientillie'
American about specimens of the
levil fith, relatos this intorosting-ill
The stretith whioh these otba'dtures
possess is almost beyond coiprehon.
dion, a's'is evinced by what took place
when my pet (-!) Was captured. lo
had seized hold of Ia .sib-marino di.
veV, at wd'rk'in the wreck of a autiken
steamer dff the coant of Florid.d.
Trho man was a powerful Irihian,
who climed to weigh 300 pounds.
ll'ls size and build tully verified his
btatement, and, to use his own lan.
guage, "the basie landed on top of
my shoulders a;d pinned my arms
tight. I felt my ar-mor and myself
being cracked into a .jelly." It
seems that he was just ibout being
brought to the burface, else the mon
ster would have kih'Ied -him, for he
was bOfforingbo from thb te'riVhie em
brace that he could mrove no part of
himself. When 'diiagged on to the
raft from which he had desoewded,
and finally reloased, he had fainted.
The men on the raft seised the lsah by
one of its wriggling arms and tried to
pull it off, but cotild not break the
power of a single one of the suckers.
The fish was only -reinoved by being
dealt a heavy blow acrois the tack
containing the stomabh. This sack
stood stiffly up above the eyes, while
the eyes stodd olit irko lobsters' e) es
and gleaned liko Mst. The 'Inonste'r
is, all in all, one of the most frightful
apparitions it could bo the fate of
man. to meet. It fulfils in every
particular the horrible featurbs at
tributed to it in Victor Hlugo'., roil.
era Vf the Sea." Notwithstading
tiro severity with which tile able
Fronehman has been criticised for
"creating a nondescript with his weiid
imra-gination," the truth mu,;t be
granted that h-is "nondescript" has an
actual existenco, as 'is evidenced by
the specimens in Brighton and Ham
burg, as well as my own.
A Curious Card.
The sug cr.aicvn stad subsequent re
sumption of businebs by 'David Pres.
on,& Co., Detroit, have bea.-u an
nounced. The vard in which Mr.
Preston declared his purpose to re.
sume is peculiar, but said to be ehar
acteristia. He stiarts 'out i-n this
It's good. There's light alicad
there help in God ; there's wealth in
Jesus ; there's power in prayer. I
landed in Detroit Nov. 4, 184.8. 1
borrowed $12 to bring tue here. 1
got a situation at $12 per month, and
in less than two mouths I had paid
this $142 from my wages. On the
4th of May, 1-852, 1 maaried a good
wife, and in less than one week there
after I embarked 'in business under
the style of David Pre0t.on & Co.,
bankers and brok-rs. My entire
capital at that time, out of whi'.h I
hid to fu-rnisH my ho.mne anid start imy
balnk, was less than '$:30. In May,
1854, 1 had ama.ed a foriune of'
uoarly $5,ouu, and i ichi this increns
ed c lital I u'pened Lau.k in (.'ic:o.
la the nilmutnr of Augut .t fuliowin:g,
Mr. A Klemm, our -alnker at 50 Wall
street, New York, f ied, with $6,
000 of our mney in his possession,
which was all we were worth, and a
little more. WVe never realhzed but
$15 out of this $6,000 and yet [ did
not comnit suicide, run away, cmi
promise, or resign. I prayed anid
worked, and paid, find h-avu been
doiog the sanme kind of businiess ever
sine, and I expeet to fighmt it out on
this line to the en~d of my journey.
Sept. 25, 1873, we closed our doors
at 11 o'clock A. M., not b'eeause \Ve
had sustained any loss, not because
of any fraud or darkness behind the
scene, but simply becaeuse we could
not pay in currency or otherwise, on
demand, all that wve owed. Previous
to this, the banks in New York, lHal..
timore> Chicago, and many other
other places had virtually suspended
ourrency pay ments, only in such small
sun's as they saw~ fit to pay out. -Cin
A ~rotaon o f ilets aniroga.
F'or sonme days past the weather
had been dry, and the ponds on the
prairie failed in water. The tur'tles
and frogs thatt h'ad beena living in tho
vion y ofone 'of these stoort it for a
da y~'two, but it finally became too
dry for frogs, and they decided to
migrate. T'he nearest pond that con
tained water was three miles distant,
and to this the turtles and f'rogs
started in solitary processiob, the
turtles in a dvanet sgaciously pilot..
ing the *ay, and the froga bringing
up tihe rear, withi their deep biass and
shrill tenor cries :"Go it I'' "Go
it !" " Water !'' "Water I" The
procession stretched out over the
prairie a quarter of a mile long, and
steadily .amarrhed to the g-oal, when
suoh a rohickinig scene as ensued can
be better imagined than described.
The Sham Electlled.
Very general surprise ia expresse'd
at the refusal of the board of coin
missioners to publihi the numnber of
votes recived by the various candi
dlateb in the lato so-eallod municipal
hlection. It will be romemibered that
the commisionears examined the re
turns and t he ballots in secret, and
the general imnpression prevails that
at least two of theo tionseivative etin.
didates for aldermen have been
olectod, and it is stated by aome (that
a minority of the board of comnmis
4ioners can substantiate the fact.
WVhy does then beard reituse to pub
lish the vote I-News a CoUrier.
On Saturday ighat, Robert MoKen
ie. a- switch tender' in the employ of
the Central Railroad at Macon,
sommnitted auiojde by tahioag lau..
The Brtvest of the Blrte.
Governor Letuher the other day
related a very interesting incidenti of
the war w0hilo in General Kemper's
room at the hotel. fie said tlit in
>ioe of the battleti beliow lir-hmnid,
'four 'iag-bearers had been shot down
and a call was inade for a voliunteer
to carry the colors. A atripling
took the torn standard. In i fe
minutes the stuff was snapped by a
bbot. ''he 'oy sat down, uiloo.-ened
a tsioe-striig, and tie-d it. lie st.rt
ed in front naaiiin Another Liullet
splintered the staff. I was then
Ia,tened by the Other tihoe'strig..
R.) had halidly shakeni tle folds out a
second time wheIn down fell the 11-g
struck by a bal. Th ll oe-in
aild given out. He unbutto.ed lis
jAeket, ripped I is si i t t ribbons,
anId wraliped the broken rod, an r e
ried the tattered envigu t'rungh tte
('overnor Letchor said : 1'.Vlien
they brought ie -the boy with the
shattered stIf patched up with shoe
stlingi and shilt-tail I mad' him a,
.4uor and gave hii the hent Swm 1
The gal lant fellow wa' fron lo nroe
edunty. le was tilled in battle.
llow AUtit VlickinSoi (iiulled the Rreky
ili i ll It itiBlS
A .plain, elosely fittirg eis-ge,
short skir:, extending juwt b ow the
knee, tr(ou.ers wide at botno, a few
inches lon"ger blue stoeki-l with
white arroir wuknd fiom ankle up,
low quatthered shoeg, liko a -gentle.
tuan's Oxford ties. Anna iunade ;
Governmeti pack mule eel t hat Ii Ie
had no furtier chat ni, for she rode
'to the I-tap i i 1 in e i e m l.3 I as hr 1
escol t I \icrvy ! and did h11 i I
be certuin , Maiain, and was n:ie
tie worm., we assure 3on. ll.r
princip-al quitreecined to tlhink lie r
li excellent himiu -, ntid said .'I.e was
behaving very well indeed ; f.>)r Lord
lovu os, she hat; the repuitation of be
ing a terrible secold ; awl wle a
voice ? Some of our' parly on the
lako could dis.tincutly hear herl' as tie
party caie down the naountai a
mile ditait.- Ceanon City 'imecs.
The Third Trizill' 61 SikS.
The defendant Storkes, having been
granted a new t ri a by th3 Coui t oI
Appeals, again puts himself a d hi.
cause he'oi e the courts and the peolle
of t. Stat" upon the i.;Fnne LAf a ibi.
trial upon the eburgo of the showtin .
to death 'olovel Jannli s F"k, Jr., in
the Grand (entral Hote'l ill this city
in Jaunary, 1872. Whatever new
facts can ii dev, loped as ni c eiiitd
to be i4 fivo' of Wr hes, piocurable
now, and which were beyond tihe
reach of the counsel for the dMfer.ce
in the to former trials will be s. it
made apparent. The pulic whl
hail with as 'neh lea u-a nati flu.
Wory pro's of justitilbe h ei
as they hi aie anuxlcns for' , ' iiit-a.
tion of jlstice itl brioig to ipih l -
niti tile perpetial or l th! l i.* t
crime known to the law. Tho tri.l
was opened yesteray n1d will pre
ceed without delay to tie eid.
The ('hronitiue (Ie l'Indun Itric st atet,
that during the construc~t i on of lhe
bridge at Kuitcnborg, one of the
parincipal travecrses, niearly five huni
dred feetL in lenigth, was pilacedl about
one i nch too tat on (the pi les. Tlhis
error' was however', efl'eetua'iy rccti..
fied. The expans'ion of the mass of
nmetal was exactly. 0394~ inchtes per
li'arenhieit degree. At the localit)
oi' the work the diff~uncu het umc
the temiperai iure f th le atmogher le b y
day and by nighit was twei-five die
greens. In the moiirnuing, thwfo~lre, tie
too far advaniced un od of the traiverwc
wash secureIl I oi'ed doun, whlen dui
ring the day I hie beds of' the suni eX
panided thi metal so th it the free ex -
tr-emity advianiecd. 9835 ol' .u inch;
thui ait, ntight thie latter end wias Ias
tened, and th-u contrct dion caused a
like mioveme~tI of thie opposite free
extreiiy. This operat iotn,twice re
peated, bronght (lie traverso inato its
~liinnors of Yelhlow Jack.
Thre y ellow fever' appeairs to be
prodtucintg quitea a panie throughout
thie Southwest. In TPexast, for stine
timec, d ilferent town. have been eye.
ing each othelr with suspiciont. in
the Cotton States there arte rumors
following swift on rumors. Mobilo
thinks Mlontgoulnery infected, and
Mlontgomiery retur'ns the comiplirr ent
by quarantining agaitnst Mobile.
The Register, of the h itter city, gives
an amusing tnstanno of this in the
casa of a steamboat agent, wh'lo undier..
took to go from Mo'.tgomewry to No.
bile. Saiys the Register:
"ULponi arri iln; here hie was~ (b3un,
der'struck by the unconsolin~g ant
nouncemecnt of the iumplossibility of
anay onte from Mon tgomeory being al
lowed to land bore. Upjon thie
promise of severv.! friends not tell lhin
wife anything about his airrival, or
ratthier his non-'arrival, he mtade a vir,.
tue of neceessity, and peife etly con
tented, took the first boat for Montt
gomnery. (On his upward trip lie 11s.
suredl severalI of his friends that he
was glad of hais oppjortunity to re.
mlailn m ls remiunerat ive positin in
Monitgomeary. As soon ats the boa*
made her landing at the caplitail city,
Ito seized his valise, walked briskly
to the gangway, when lo ! a police
mani told him that no one fromt Mo
bile could land at Montgomecry. II is
ejaculatioo and (lie conto: t ions of his
features can bettor be imiagined that.
described. When last heard fronm lie
Was still on the boat comintg this way
but in till probability lie is now roa t-i
ing through the country, lik~eth
W andering J.L ' (li
iare now re-eiving our 'all and
I inu1 r lk, which wIl be full and com.
I l.*t inl a :-'tori limo. Too! amnd impli
ments lor' thIe PI*nter, the \lee'tanli , the
8 ini h and Wooll workiman i eati ers,
cimins and ii i o of all kinds, 1a3 lanices
I 1o)rse and Mhule S!0t, Wo'od and Tin W
U nre. Was toll hull N it I eat eri:l's. &O., M
ott h 2:t. )t o arrive. Wo havt tmo (o1n s t
--I' Cut NailS on hn Id.
a kice lot of Ge ner ie', etnbrIa it*i
Ckofi"n , Tea.
Sqpic .. IhIin, 1alrd,
'tice, Fish, 11c e , t'reke1a,
Toblacco, Caps C-ullei and14 Slarchk.
All Low fol 1to ('1.1 - f
Sggi ng and Ties to arrive 6:00sot.
J. M. G ALLOAWAY & CO. P
Nelson & fo,
SIlQClE US AND IIQUOIL UlALEl L
T u UL ru) epeel buy hilitlt I ht'i r'1ui,- 11.
lY omeis :uedie ipllio, ihiat they 0
hav in oe a la:c it a:n" well selecled
-t oc k of Cooceries iI Liqunors. (the latter '
!t specialty) con.'i n ilg of a1 full l1no of .
Itye nid Con WVIhOkies from s 5Io :In
.4 !0 per. j;it. Pun re Apple 111ul Pench 1
lr:i-ly- Ohe la tee , vey liie, having f
s--eal I wo sul.nmelirs hrIeC. .FrenhI JBrandy,
.J. lilein ;ssey .' Co., Vint. 18. l, Vin. Propr,
sane ny. Dorineslie andl Califormnih Brim
M . ilticac. alnd N. 1'. Vr;ir. Cing, ii1.
ponei-l at-l dKasl, los' hr9 nnd \
-deira Win's, B l'Ikhrr. . Giinger, sand
'rylir:mdy, Cimnnigue. Ale, Porter,
Bremnen Lajfer, cordliab-, "yenlps, &C., &a,
.''r - " I "2'(gade , i!'e, lepper, -Spice,
iiner (Ceeve iira.ker Saimi, Lob
sier Sa'.mion, S U . i ... s. c . l~aga
sIrip s Calned I'rniu , ali k in'!.a. C mf1'ec -
t i'un ry of il kin'" an a r ' t tment
3t1141rsam To: --cco.
N. '1. Ie b ve open'dl in connetlioni
wilh ca-r hton i, n i':n for the n'ecom
'd:ion if the u , -i i h-il'e -ten;ed
arvev~s of, :1 ,;1- cla-s ow'k, Public
t t1 FL.'N & ' Eyo.
uTOss (u1oods. Notions,
a 111 Mi~s4es null UliladellS'
;Ao0; &C., IN nloW
SIE( L . .iY"/'A' V IS (C.. TIII) -
T/71 ) 1 '0 17' A K Oi. / L' I . hf I':
81)|!-' 1 A'? 1n. .VI)>S'O
\Vith)DWA1I) & L1AW, ,
~- -I - - - -LI)
. . 10* at ra Euigarl ('ui'ed II A AlS W A'~L.
Arr.ivi'g i ly a123 f in'e for Alf (r:-orl-',
Wijnes an'! I~Lhinors, :;th~ni old (abinet
.n Bos obl N"'th Car'iiolinac Cn Wh U'
keiy, which I wvarraant pure.
Alwysoni harl d . 1U. lienkH, T wist
Tob.ilaccot~ wich caniot be ecelle~ id.
J. De McCarley.
<A Ni FASILIONA BL E y
arg~e andi variod stock of general
niu-re'haize~ , 1) "o etnivjto l- describe tot
varisd 1o enimernlie,ti
Peinserii,'ts will do well to cll andl be i
pati2sied or the fact. Specialt attendiance
has been givemn to the Ildies department.
ALWAYS ON H[AND.
Afuull !luppty of Aletaii Burial Cae
.~ Wa inniu Caske, WValnnut Case' andlc
Pine Collinai. Al .-' tla-epred to do Job
Woirk of' any kind, repairing old Gins,
'nalking atnd repairing Orist Mills, at tho &
. * and kanown as MloGreight's $lholi. IF
jnne 24--8m J. W. McCRLEl011T.
C E l'erou friends, whlo nre indebth
V dtous for goods, to remember us,
when selling Iheit VilldT'1 cotton. We are
needinhg unoniey immia1t ly and~ badly. -
w ept, 2:0 MoM31 'Sl'ER & iiilC. I'
1 o1ao & Co's aind purchase a kit l.1
3 fNw Famiiily me!Ss Mackerel, pu m
tip ('Slcially for Family Ue
This unrivailed Stoucihern liemedy is
tiruted not tu contain a single particle of
eroetry,'dt -69y injurious maineral sub
ance. but is
PURELY NVEO TABLE,
intaing those Southern Roots and Ilerbs
Idlh arn all-wise Providence has placed in
ntries wiler -ivar Diseates most
evfnil. It will eti 'till 'biseases 'easedl
. Derangenecift. or t'e Liver.
he1YtI sytmptoms of Liver Complaint are a
iter or had taste in tho mouth ; Vain in
e lack, .Sides or Joints, often niistaken
r lth.eumatism ; Sour Stomach Loms of
ppetito ; iowels altornately costtn and
k.; Ifjidche'; Loss of 'memory, 'ilh a
rtiftil Wdnsntion of having failed to do
omethin 'which ought to have beep done ;
t w Spirit, a thick yellow ap.
bnra'mub df tie Skin And Eyte, ' 'dry
titill dflih 'mnibltaken for (nIinp'tion.
tDciilimes many of these symptoms attend
to disease, at others very few ; but the
iver, the largest organ in the body, Is
enerally Ihe seat cf the di.ease, and if not
egitulatedh t ibit, g'sat stifferibg, 'Wreleh.,
Iawss an'd Death will ensue.
This Great Unfailing 8paoifio will'not be
un I the least Unpleasant.
For 'byspepia, Contipation , Jihadice,
illitis ntac'ke, Sick Hendache, Colic,
t prestion of Spfrfts, Bour Stomabr, 'Hea.rt
'ant, &o., &o,
IMON'S IMUR REII0LTOR 'OR MEDI
I tho Cheapest, Purest and flest Fatally
I edic ne in the Worid I
'J-. Ii. ZILIN & CO:.
Macon, Gfa.. and Philadelphia.
.Piice, t1 00. Sold by all Druggists.
LVERY 1io.'y to know that Y have just
reco.yed a nico assort'hiot of
Cnned Go ,
L the Bakery 6f
4m.. A. w13.'itet.
T Aft H E ELiS.
.RE now receiving the largest and
est selected stook o'f
they have ev% I'a, and are now
brepared to admiobttr
solid comfort to
Ve Alway s aim at buying good GOOIN
And b%lieove that those who favor
us iih a trial Will
r'ealize the fact.
McLaughlin & Co.
Su'etessoi's e J. M. Daly.
~ j South of Court flouse,
ofe tlfgrscomplet, and elegant
STOCE of China, Glass
ka Crelokergy W'AtA.
6htlemen's and Ladies' Gold and Silver
Watches, the celebratedl Elgina Watohes,
Silver Ware, Sterling and plated,
Jewelry in Whrious s les anid
Patterns, Pure and plated
tiokd and Silvor Ring,,
Any arlhal of our line, not on hand,
int be 'procured for a customer in ten days
ithtout extra dharge.
Wlclies, clocks aend Jewelry, carefully
adI promptly repaired. All work WAIL.
J. 8. CONNO R. C. M. CJJANDLR.
ALL parties indebted to us for Guaui6
.are hereby notifled that prompt
aymlent. is expected on or before let of
ovemaber next. We giv notibo thits ear
so that you may hat e ample time td
ake arrangoments for the set tlement -
s'ept 1o Aatsi Biosa bsho.. 1