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vo.1 x. WINNSBO RO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUAb Y 14,1874.
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S ula.IS NinI Wr :K1.Y nY
I!,:R.AN:, & DAnsL'j.
T , -- T :. h . publise.1 Week
inta'i >wni of windr t$.0i
hi:ry~ N o.~ie and 'ribilies '$l 00 per
Li!I, IIlIg E.:she..
n-l1 fires -in Philadelphia and
A nejw election will probably be
O iureo ill IJ-1faulianl.
llnry ChuvS & CO., have resumed
They will pay dollair for dollar.
A party of roughs asauelod a
printing office inl I luntington, ll.,
and wero kicked out..
The dcisiol of Judge ]uRted,
decitring "future" cot.tou contracts il
legal, has been reversed.
Stepu;Ies il Conigro.s opposed the
Ci vil iliights l'ill as unlconstitut in .
Ransicr replied, and Flliott will re
Co.greVss isighling over tie Sup.
phbIl.- tal Civil Rights Bill. This
l'ill, it is said, if pasCt, will amount I
'-to no ling."'
R,portI z show a 'ecreae of 250,
00U.000 b:heb in the cOr u orop, an i
18,00,000 o buhels in tlo putauo crip
0-Ie thou.,sanid wo:-linl mli-n in &New%
YVor k d-_ma-3dled employment fr o M
he llay)r !I, Saturlay. R-:eoivingl,
nao 1.tstfa ~tt they propoeo to Inect
Thet- Tit:t- 1S6t ites and Mexican
con.:ni1-have dis'llowedl thle TO
L1aantepee Claim againist IMexico in.
' fvn ili onls. Th! Commissio
a iover the li dhility of each
"' rs tar r al i aeness the flolitier.
On l'iiiy the Spaili:h Cortes
yne i:j:rit ies aga'inlist ('asi~elar.
"i. P'ivia, the 'friend <f Calstelar,
. - .10 0 m1ti a. imolvcd fite Co tvp,
t'. i ricr-ti a aiinet to ie fot n-icc
fr Ill , p:11 ties but ai rist 1 t.i1d li:
1rcig :W4<. C.LS as r roignied.
At niiendghit onl Satur-lay, Serr-ano
Castehir whjo refi ed it. Tie coun -
try a.quiesces in tl.c new tate of if
The gvermnentt at Washiington is
nion idu-sd at tle Spanish revolu
ion t.Th Virginius lgotiitionls
have 'ee carri ed lol with castelar,
Mnd by ih overthrow Ile whole affair
is agar111 inlu diedl. Ofieial dikpatches
:ite Pavia will ie coIt. uartialed
for reb 1ehon and is forces are dis.
-l r1md. Tlo gove-rnmnlit, is orgaliz
ing.! ander Herranio.
The I- V ir.. knia le iatr n have
.d a(1t re.solution declaring ha:t
they h1%.o .> captiou; hostility to the
GenrIl G'iver:nent, that they re
ogniz: tihe fourteenth amendment,
Iut that the Supplemental Civil
Rights Bill is a violation of this
amendment as int.erpreted by the
Siupreme Court, and infringes on the
riyhts of States, and will injure both
races by destroying educational sys
tols, &C., and by bringing on a'i an.
tagonism of races. They protest
agailnst the passage of the bill by
A THtipiyers (oyt;leIion.
The Chairleston News opposes t.hoc
proposition of Mr. Lathers to use the
C ranges as a basis for the assembuling
of a couv'ention to t ake into) conlhidora
ion the fliancii anrd political cond i
tionl of the state. The News thinks
t hat political work is ont of the
prlovinCe oif the Patrolis of Ilsban
dry. iBut what moure proper busi
nless could a grange be about than that
of saving the farms of its membhera
from gradual conflseation. We
think, however, with the News tha~t a
Taxpayers Convent ion would proba.
bly be better. We would have a
now onfe. Not the same dolegates n
thiatof 1871. That body did not
escape the charge of having falon
* under the control of a set of cook
fighting politicians, who were on the
whole, fooled by the ad ministration
and used by the stockjobbers. In
ripite of Mir. Lathers, assertion we don t
think the convention uamounted to
anythling of moment. TJhe sterling
* ond1s wore not issued, lbut from no
fear of that body. The conversion
bonds wore all issued subsequent to
its adjrornment- Let the delegate.
be elected from taxpayers by moot.
ings at codnty eourt housos, and when
it alssemibles let it address itself to
the work of organization. That is all
that is neCcsarIy to recuro a 'eform.
It. may comol either through a good
nomination by the republicans or -by
their defeat if they niointo a bad
man.- Port R~oyal C1ommercial (Ue
A young friend of ours who went
West two years ago, forgetting, no
doubt, that we are now in the news
paper business, wrote to us recently
and concluded his letter as follows:
"For flod's sake send me $10.I
haven't get but one shirt andl ami
having it washled by the dozen pieces.
The scmallest 11010 in it iq tihe one I
put my head thlrough." We took up
a collection among our friends and
raised the moneasedr fr.- Chmm.
Som1o acCount of tIhe faIIIou4 lilli
hluster, William \C1I kerI, mIy n 11
I)e inp.ppropriate now. Fir4t a ph .
sician, then a lawyer, and afterwin dLi
anll edior, he icrenoved to Cafornia,
and in 1853 organized an e:p-ditin
or the capture of tonora. Ila t ok
p ossesion of Lower C:aiifornia, Ind
aunexed Sonora to his territt ries v
prolamnation, but finally beconi'j
unsnie*ful, was forced to surmli
to the United StatC ofili:jls. lie
was tried at San Franicisco, .\lay 15,
1854, for viulating the ieitialiiy
laws, but was a1quitted. Tho nex I
year he was idnoo-l to go to Nia -
ngua and lend his sword to the .ny
port of one of the factions into which
that country was divided.
With the aid of recruits from the
Atlantic and Paoifie coists of the
United States lie won severil battles,
and in November of 1855 presidod
aver a Court Martial which tried
for treason his antagonist, Geno:al
Cjrral. Corral was bhot on the eighth
Df November. Apparently ueure in1
the possossion of power, he began his
own dostruction by revoking the
harter of the Vandeibilt teamship
J.lUpanly, by whi-h tlhO inltel-o.wn3iW
trade wvas caIr ieid on. IEc'ted
r Lent, ahi udI ini:, t ion w..
signalized by a revoca'ion of the
jcaic adboihlinn s'avers i Niara
,,:,I; wshich hadi b- :en 1fo ibirtv.
wvo yeirs. Overwhoml-d by a p.r*
rful dome:ie insurrentiton he sur.
:dred himself, in M.ay of JU57
:o Cen, mander (. 11. 1) v U. s. N
y V.11m) he was brooght, to the Uni
ed pt-tes. The antl.oities of N-w
)rleauls irrestod him and b; I.ound
Iim over to keep tie pe -:. Ecap
ng from them he wcnt :pio to N :-.
-agn, Ia. Compelled], w ih 132; of, Is11
'oilowers, to suirndr to (momm)
lore Pau!din.r, he wan brught to
New York Decebni Ier 28. 1 iesident
uehanan unide his -I-. rc ( t the h
r a rpecil 1ness:oe, in Mhib he
,Ndlemped Pillinu'tering. "The
!ren, tillibu--ter ,''h ~ e ~ ln
syipat-biz.rs, cspepcilly in thle AmSo(
Notwihstanding President B3nehan
in's proclamation warning all pip n
ig.nst e ngAaging in a new expedition
igainIst Niwaragun, Walker was ar
estel at the Moutlih f tle .i,.1),
Fi, Oct obor 7, 1 i>8, taken to ev;
Jicloans, tiicl for attemptin' to !eavc
he11 counitry Without a cla.n e ,nd
yN-o nguctUitteld. 131. dIuIn, I V,( Wall.
r laindd in H iondurli;, took Prn:'io
'ut was finally ftrc'.l t) !Cave IIh I
Was eturedl, br h'tbk rab
M i ; Cout ariil, ant s:hot. lIe aie' I
VO presenlt. belo a 2) : vinut of a
'legal document" found by it New
-errian, while traveling through Madi
ion Coty, N. C., recently. It will
be observed that the iindis o'f the
North Carolina Justices of the Peneeo
are quite rnalytcal :
3tate of North Carolina, Madison
John A. Garrell, ayanco Riloy Boal.
The defendent in this ease will
herohy take notice that sail ntfach
mient was this0 da~y, 12th .Juily l873;-.
ret urnod before mie, I . T. O01ne
Justico of the PeaICO in andi for said
aounity, in township No. 9, for the de
f'endan~t to appear before Inc at my
'fhiec on the 16th day of August 1873~
-to show catse or final j udimenit and(1
eaost will be rendleredl iganee him for(3
debt &cost and1 said iattachmtent wvas
levied on1 the following articles to-wit
-I Trunk wainig 78 lbs & ifs contents
-6 books--3 Novels-2 pair children
glovs-2 hundles of old lettors &
pagecrs 4 pr Ladies hoes-2 pr chil
I rends Stocking-4 Soalt 5.-llers
Some~ buttons and old pieceen watch
halins-and books-& Iea--I picoe
browna tape-5 large table spoons 5
teaspoons-1 Razor & Strap & brush
-4 table Knives-6l table forks-i
pr cloth Shoes-I Small chiles B3ell
-l looking glass-1 table cloth-5
ri uts partly pael up-3 re Ja Ldios
oloths-3 p a childrens clothinig-- I
hand towell -2 pictor's 1 pr' mee'vo
btttona-& I glass bot tle-1 lot of
old cloths worn out and somne rags
mnen & women & ohijldren ware I aull
paper paper starchi-1 spiool thread
an~d hooks & 0)) es-homO 11nar,'lA-1
plow line all of which is condconeod
to the nse of' tho plainitig 'and cond i
tiitnal judlgemnent enuteredl against ithe
defendeunt for the Sumn of twenty dlol.
lar's aund cost to 1)0 maid and lina] at
the end of thirty days from this date
hereof unloss the dlefendent replys an
uppent and answer tho plaintiff aic
cording to Law..-This the 12th day
of July 180?.
1. T. OLTINGEI, J1. P.
for Madison County.
A solemn warning might lbe takon
from the fate of a WVestorn editor
wrho started out to "astonish the
natives" with a lecture ; but a snow
storm aroso, the driver lost his way
the wagon upaet, arid the leoturer
broke his eollar bone and two ribs.
Bishop Cheney of the Raformod
Episcopal Church confirmed forty-five
norsons in Chicago on nay.
icurfit of 01nC Alivertis ieut.
thert! is oe ian o) this conti
cI abv aainot her who a pprciate.
he beniefit oI advertising it, !i. Oralng
du :!it. A wuimber of years ago, wheu
: an i i wife ;Ipen:t their oveningE
in puttinig up plu-hages, :1nl a ponnaal
had iIts fu I vittule to thi i ho sent
boy with a check for ono hundre
dollars to th lierald oflfe, with in
Otruutioni to pay what was duo and
l)v tthe rest for future advertising
Tieoy1.eing du101 of Comlprehenio:~t
d'id rxuvilcretaud him), and told th<i
hokp er tot use( one hundred dol,
b.l fr, 'I- on day . The next morning
a 1. w'r. Mr. j udd's horror, on tak
ig up the liorald, to see ' Road th<
Anmv ielnn Agriculturist" repeated for
inea"rly a wholo column. lie rushed
down to 'h olion for an explanation,
and found that they cnly followed
nstrutions, r.ond thoero was no help
'or it. "We are ruined," he said to
is5 wire, "a whole yer's advertising
tone in a diay.' But. instead of .e.
ng his I uini it was the beginning of
ii succes!'. Inmnediately s'ubscrip.
ions poured in from all parts of the
,unatry. The Agriculturist noon
)C>e ne 111 institutii, and its pro.
'r-itor one of (he the rich est. men in
%v Yo:k. Mr. Judd continued,
thc day of his lucky mistake, to
ow' of(i (1 tleo nst extensivo adver
in the country, nnd he has his
i 11 e.l ci ier i esearches If umboldt
ir.t poi .ted out the ,t:iking geo.
;I n,'. f' -,-. t'iu t the gold bealing
-h111are found in m);ounitains havin'.2 a
rtierly tand 'outhjerly trend. So
: - in 01' 4aty o'f goId discovery,
hl - 1-' Is hal rul h ld -1ood, '11
- a in -0hw : trife r Ius regions of the
Id, 's ud i, i h A le iian ics and
h -n bmd 'f ;ild wh ich threadb
he etinuta.\'I an Ist1hmnian and
o . intmlainl Chains, from Pata.
':'ii I (' aifornia, a distance of six
h!a'ute mil. All of thcso
i -h!, r :d it will be b
d , a ' t andL wet t rend, but
ro i. .: h t Ito northwest or from
''t iu t > north ast. ns in the
u Ii n Iue Mil,).iains tn'd
u.n' n Al. The l-agest gold
yt ..re mean ; o btainied fromt
he 1:. r, : d nig'hed one hundred
,od eighity-futir pIounb:, and rold f'or
I ..r ten thiusand pounds aterling.
A Doiwni-:Et Tar's Victory.
Ii a l'aturc ri$ea.ntly delivered in
! . ir. J ihn I.. 1 Ia' related as
'o '*lte of tle revolutionary per
, the "or-; of the whipping which
a:%'h Willian IV. received from a
ortsmiouth silor-boy. Nathan
ad, ft e r wa rds a prominent. Ship
n a'" of1 .or:smuotha, was a lad of o:e
)f tile privateer... captuaired by a Brit.
:.ih fl gte. One day a young mid
Iaipman caime aaer the prisoners.
-%ho were having an ai-ing on deck,
i'd anoke sucerinigly of "the rebels."'
fcU Lord, being i lad of spirit,
-et *ted : "It it were n-ot for your
-ai aIr I would make you tale back
ip i nISult." "No matter for ny
ail" -aid the gallant though arro
':ta "oung ofleer ; "Itf you can whip
lot, ylou are welcome to do it." . The
ihiileage wa m gealy accepted and tle
vie hfad n r'ular sailors' set-to. The
naklee w-.'as noctorious, and the Fng.
irhma1i~n acknowlecdged haimsealf be'a
en, an d shtakinog hiiaids wit hi ais oppon
ut said. "You are' a brave fellow; ga'vo
tao your name anid I will inot forget
y ou." At tihe end1 of the voyaage all
&w pisoners, with tho excepjtion of
b~ord, wea're sent to prisoai. ThIe ad
nira'~l acent fore him and informed him
liat the young Duke of Clarence, a
on oif his Majesty Geor'go III., the
'oungal miidshiiipani wvitha whomi .ie ba l
ought , haad r'equested that lie be set
at large ; that lhe was at liberty to
so into any par't of the kingdom, and
Iat the Durke had pheced at.5 noto at
The Charleston News remarks thant
Is iLsue of thme 19t~h inst. contained
lie lar'ges't list of vessels in pert that
ias lbein seen at ainy one tiano since
- ad~ iniI amunt of tonnage pro.
atbly '' lheav.ient that has ever 00
upied thle lhaabor. 'rheso vessels
ave been~a attIraceted thither from all
mlits by the liheral offerings of cot.
on, rice, naval stores, phosphates,
Ktc., In cotton receipts alone
'harleston shaows a garin of t wenty
houasanid hales ovoi' those of last
cari. These are suispicious indien..
ionas of the revival of trade and
ommaaerce in the Southaern marts;and,
vith thec completion of the works of'
oternatl imaprovemnent alroady in
F.r'gress, the future prosperity of the
sombi~ may be safely assured.-N. Y.
lfomficide andi lcallin IlG(reenivlle.
A gentleman fromi Greenvillo re
ports thast one flobert holiday was
killedl by a man named Vermill ion,
b~ecauso of interference with hina
while in charge of a whiskey wagon,
Young .Jameis Coxe was aocidentall3
ililedI by his cousin, while out hunt.
ing during the holidays. Coxe waa
a very popular and promising young
Going For The Governor.
NEAGL.E'.S NEW AND IMPROVED Foial
OF "sUlM1ARY PROCESS."
We copy the following spicy re
port from the News and Courier.
CoLUMIA, S. 0., January 2.
The Ion. J. L. Noaglo, ox. comp
troller of the treasury, nocompanied
by his idus Achates, .Dr. Moore,
(brother-jn'daiwof flonest John Pat
terson,) went up on Tueaday last to
the Preston Mansion, now occupied
by his Exoollency, the younger
Moses., on 4 collecting tour. While
the nicrehants'clerks wore on their
rounds presenting their little bills
as the year drew near its lo3e, (he
ex-comptroller thought it a good time
to look after that little balance re
naining unpaid at the last settlement
had with his Excellency. Arming
himself with his well known and
effective collecoting implement, one
of ColL's, or Smith & Wessop's shoot
ing irons, he appeaxed at the gaeo
SUIMONED THE CASTLE TO SURRENDER,
or stand and deliver. A sleek serv
ing man, Stewart by name, promptly
ansiwered the bell, but stood aghast
before the extraordinary and un.
welcome* demand made upon his
Excellency to shell out. He vontur
ed to remonstrate, and was bold
enough to characterize the purpose
of the visit in such language as it
deserved from a flunkey's point of
view. But Neagle had the article
and the nerve for tho occasion.
Whipping out his collecting irons
he let fly, once, twice, or may be
thrice, and Africa incontinently boat
a retreat., taking refuge bohind the
G(ubernatorial robes. Such a scene
was never enacted in o'ur one.
horse town before, and there was
imininent danger lost the castle it
self should be stormed. But
Till: FORC ES AT .AST DREW OFF,
and his Excellency quieted .Ibis
nerves with a fresh Havana. Still
as the bellicose ox-comptroller's I
wrath was not ap;peased and his pur
pose to jcollect not Iolinguished, it
was thought advisable, atter a hasty
consult a t ion, to have him arrestcd I
and bound over to keep the - peace.
He was taken before Trial Justice
Stratton that evening on chargos
profered by Stewart, but was releas
ed on his own recognizance in the
sum of fifteen hundred dollars. So
eudeth fytte the first. Upon a calin
review Qf the whole matter. suggosted
by the sheriff or his deputy, and
IN TnI SMALL TFMPILE Or JU-rw,
where Ilonehst John was recently so
triumphantly vindicated by the
oat.hs of Worthington, Windsor, Gunn
and others, Neagle felt disgusted
and dissatisfied. Ie0 had not re
(eeived- his . money ; he had not
brought down his man ; lie was not
admitted into the august presence of
the royalty wijthin ; he had been
arrested ;he was held to bail. His
rights were clearly not vindicated,
and his feelings broke out in ex.
pjetives and. threate of the most stun
ning sort. Inforpiation of this. hav
ing been conveyed to Moses,"and ho
being due inl Charleston on Wednes,.
day afternoon, lie was in a quandary
about how to reach the depot in
safety the next morning. Thme last
geen of him here wans on the wvav
down, guarded by the sheriff, D~oni,,
and his son. Dent is a plucky man,
and Moses is on his biond. Uc coni
ducted tile ..head of the Stato in
safety, and thme City by the Sea, no
dlot.,. enjoyed thlp favor of hia
sophomorical addresses (luring the
holidays. Dent's son made dis slos -
ures and an ailldavit, touching
NICAGLE'8 o ONTINUal) vioLHNT PUR
uphoni which he was again arrested,
and this time held to bail in the
sum of $5,000. Still he was not
"happy," and when your correspond
ent saw him on New Year's Eve lie
was breathing out throatninig and
slaughter. 110 started to take the
night train for Charleston, but
whether he g ained it or not we have
not hear:1. Alosos was still alive at
6 o'clock on New Year's day. Thlus
endeth fytto the second. A story is
current that the .e-omptroller,
reaching the depot, and not flndong
the object of his wrath, comnpromised
the situation, and cooled his exoited
feelings by kissing one of Africa's
dusky daughters who happened to be
standing opportunely in the way oif
receiving the embrace, thus yerifying
the old connection as sung by poets
between love and war. But for this
L cannot vonch. onsitavitn.
TiF, SECQU EL IN CIIA lSJToNI.,
Thle vengefnl ex-comptrollor fol
lowed the Governor to Charleston,
arriving hero on thme mfornting of thme
let, in tinme to witnesses the review
and inspection of the eplored troops.
Goyernor Moses recoivod a telegram
from one of his friends on. Wednes
day night informing him that Neagle
bad taken the traIn for. Charleston,
and that the air was filled gith~ his
dire threats of vengeance., This in
telligence, it may readily be inmagined,
did not serve to soothe the eommand
er-in-ohiot- and his slumbers that
iight were anything hut tranquil. I
the morning cttmo the droad iotelli
gen1e that the bloodthirsty Neagl
fiad actually arrivcd in the city, ali
Anid that ho was aceompanied by
A FIRST-C.A88 I.ACK InI1 AND
whom Neagle had hired to assassinat
Moses. Hero was a dileuina for th
doughty chief. The colored troop
were anxious to be inspected and re
viewed, and unlos the G overn oi
showed limsief at tht liead of' hh
aidcs, there would be trouble among
the faithful. On the other hand it
was stated that the ex-conptrollei
was determined to follow the proces.
8ion and shoot down the Governor or
the public streetv. The hero of Fort
Sumter became utterly demoralizod,
and a hasty consultation was called,
at which all the military celebrities
and several of the imunicipal and
county police were present. It was
olded by this council that
NICAOI.r BIoT n AtRE.wrE)
rnd put in jail-kept ont of the way.
But how was this to be done without
an affidavit from the Governor, stating
that he was afraid that Neaglo would
attempt to take his life ? The solici
tor was urged to undertake the job,
but doelined unless the proper aflidia
vitS were made. Neagle was aiready
inuder bonds to keop the polic, and
the law could not touch him nnies,
some overt hostilo dem1onstration
were by him. This consultation de
layed the parade, which was to have
saken place a tell o'clock in tlt' m11or
ig. Time was pressing, but the dif
ioulties of the sittuatioi rmCiaiied.
l'hie colored troops were already
t8ssem1 bling ; aides were gil lop ing
ither and thither, and the rank and
le began to grow impation-t for the
rerence of their eieftain and his
>rilhant staff. In the meantime Nea
ConlN n0'.D IN Till'. COURT HOUsE
y some of the offTi4ls, who remon
trated with him and begged him to
tay his fell purpose. N eaglo at fi rst
vas recleutless, but finally consented
,o mn a ke tie hostile demonstration that
lay, adding by way of protest that he
'onght to kill tile d----a scounidrel."
I'he trouble was tlus tepllorarily
)ridged over, and tile Governor att
ast conseited to iout his char ger ntitd
to the review. But his Exe~tclOy's
-ith in Noaglo's mercy was not as
trong s it might he, and two of the
,ity detectiveis were formally detailA
'o follow Neaglo through thu crowd,
ilways l-oering within reach of him,
-cady to poille 111o hit if he
diould make the sliglhtest hostile
lemonstration. Neagle, t hus watch.
ni by tile deteCtivee, followed tile
3overtior and htist taff through thie
mntir parade, and whichever way thet]
agle eye of "our native young tov
rntlor'' turnod, there he mact the gave
>f his dread purtsner. This, it is
aid, accounts for the
.xTrEINI:. PALL.R~ OF uIs COUXn:
luring the review. It is also stated
,hat when the Governor alld his staff
mtered the Citadel Square, Nengle
vas standing at the gate, and it was a
cnowledge of this fact thiat caused the
Jovernor to ride into tie Citadel
3iu are scourely ismndivicled betwel
everal of his mnouinted aiden, instead
>f riding at the head of hi's staff, n
governors are wont to do up~on suchi
coasions. Hlavinig sulrv'iveldie tiny
ind its terrors, t he next trial of Exe
scutivye nerves took place ait 1.he0 han
Q uet in Market IlallI, given by thie
rteld andi staff of the0 divisioni to tihe
G~overnor andh his stall.
EXrnAOnnINAnv Pnl CAUT;(ONS
were lhere observed, and nopeso
was admitted to the hall hut thoSe inl
ulniform, the only exceptions being
the chi1ef justice and (County TJreas
surer Gurney. (On Friday morning
Nengle returned to Columb~iia. It
had been the intention of tihe Govecrn.
>r to hlave rolurned to the l0xcoentive
siansion Onl Friday night ; but thle do
parture of Nongie indluced him to
ahange hit mIinid, andl in ordecr to give
iane for the ex-comnptrollor's wsrath
o eool, the chief magistrato yieled
o the urgent solicitations of our local
nagnatos and prolonged a visit whlich,
lo far, hlad been so full of peril.
There is a prospoet o'f a changa in
hei direction of Europetin ir mmigra
tion..and Suthern pts reni likely
to et moe in fora fair pro'port(ion. TIhie
Bostou Post, iln an rirticle upon this
f this ist not so Ilnschl the imrmediate
pr'oisoi of favo rabIle con Iidi tins un
der which to) cohlnized as' the de~mnd
for reliable laber, and thie miovement
is, therefoi-e, strongest in thlose
S~tates whore em'ploycrs o; all sorts
have lost contidencee inl tile old labor
cla~eses. Tlhe Post adds, .hat th<
froodmnen had abandoned blonest in,
dustry for politics, and a different
class must take their place, until .th<
false notions which carpot-baggorr
hlave inculcated are dissipated, ant
they learn that work is the universal
condition of honest living.
Three widows are candidates fo
tihe office of Postmistress at Kanka
kce, Ill., S-amuel Konoga is tihe oni
male aspirant. "Bovare of the vid
.A Paitinfiti Reminder.
Mr. C. C. Fultou, proprietor Q
tio Baltimorn American, has pub
Iklied a book of foreign travel. 1i,
iast boenl 1rem11inod, by Prof. Shi-herd
(of the Baltimoro City College, I hat I
ho saw, as lie states, the tonibs 0
Milton alnld Saeare in \'V et
mi ni.stor A bbcy, hi vi al:z:l o ri"aII
are tho kcoie9t. remirdled amuiong 11011i
ShakespeaiC reposes at. Strat ford Oil
A von, and Milton at ri pplegaI
Aberdeen, Ohi,,, is the ho:o 0o
dtIdge Maie easley, who 1marr1-'Iie1
oloping couples f'rom Kentucky, and i
conisidered th apostle of t lie Westerri
G reti G reci. The .) uilge wasi inter.
viewed recantly, and g:ve t interesting
information alot clopements. fic
is a tall, well built, gray haired gen.
tlieman of tixty, and for four piars
past has tied togetelir, Oil a average,
two hundred Per amoun. lie ,;uc
eurded in 189 to the ollice and
blsilIs of 1 uetice Shelton, w ho had
been marrying runaway couples ,sinco
1818, having made about four thotiu.and
Iap1py. Mr. Jeasley says that lie at
first determnied to break up the eloping
business, but so tn1411y runa1tlWays all
applied to him that he c onlcluded I'!
would do :oci, ie iihari by ieuld.
ing them111 back unlliriel'id. lie esti.
Iates that there :re' not. less than
two hun1idred magistrates inl the ..i
ted Sthat a who irry v fgit ivecouples
without" li cense. TheC COmpeWInsaion
ranges from fir e to lifty dollmar, a.
cording to the ability ef the parties.
and the allintit neeccsary to over
collie the a Aire's irnpleC. A great
number rui away to marry ln
lecre is n obuody in pirAit, or it) Il
objection, in Order to avoi-l the ..
peins0 of a weddinili. fea- I. The Klen
tucky Liegislatur0 1:1--d aI act vali
dating the marrinages by J.Jdges Shel.
ton and Beasley, as the legitimacy of
many children and grandebildren, and
thie claim.; to muchl propirty were in.
A yountg Indy says that a gentle.
man ought nvor to feel dit'3omuraged
When 010 " iillenutouis (1ut'stion" is
negatived by the object of his choice,
"'for in life, ait; ill grniill ier, we al
waysdceline before we conjugato."
On lhu .]m. V. I I.rod at
Salem, I1il , .., o . election
of 'aoverite'r Mwto ;t 11itc
Stltes en1:.tIrl'. GIeVat enth-u114ia1M
is lailnifested by the peopAl, as this
is thi' ,nvn of his il th :-:. first,
achotl (ayr. Wnaiingto oilnt.
nomm1 nates him for Presi dent ill 187G.
Ch illico'Le is in 1" fcricmit bllcuso
a colored coacian has cloped with
a white girl of 1ermntil extractioni,
em"ployed as ?:1urso for tho grand,
ohildron of (;overnor cieet A (fIn, oV
Ohio. Colotm don't. mix well in that
highly deltoeratic family.
The Lyncv h oburg U.bp1hlican con.
gr'atulatos Thoma110 4. 11'WeOC!, of that
town), that, now Con-gresS 1-t removed
all his politicaul lisabilitien lie is
promiaoted to the di;'nity of a free
man, "vith political privileges equal
to tlosu accorded to [lit Ilost igino
rant colored ma 'in."' Aiid now conmes
a rIumior tha11t 1ohck is' a cand idate
for Uniited Statea Sentator fromt Vir
Mrs. Canbly, t he widow of Genmra1
Canby, will be granited a l.etsion of
$2,000 peor annium,11 'Tho Colailmittee
of (!eingre'ss eba1rged withI the subject,
are iii favor oif reieunig it..
So says~ aL WVasingt on correnponid
et. Will he tell its in huis next whaut
arc tile prospectsa of tho~ widow of
Ca pt. 1 :ack 1 - Char!oilesvill Chiron a'
Theuisan iItUce of lbeinrg forosd' tio
call for books in a Public Library
insteatd (If bei ig admnitted to the
shelve's to browse at leisiure, has ro
eeived a funntty illust ration. .11 the
literary catalougue of theO Uritishi
MusoumCitlf a geontlemairn namoed Tu'iectr
fonund a wirk ky a niamesakiO uindor
Ite he ad of ' ihist eries." N ~aturatllhy
dlesiritng to sco it, lie r.ished aln at
tendant to bring it to him. The
Bearoh for theo yoluml~o required tWo
hours, and when it came1) it. proved to
bo "Theli IIistory of Laittle Tomt Tuck
or." Thle gentletman lift, in a rage,
andt ha11l not been seen in th reol'ad ing
Oino hundttired jimigranuta, of I tal
latn nationality will aivo in this
city to. day, by one of the New Yorki
steamers'. They will be accompanied
by one of thin commlfissioners of Cate
Garden. As no .engagements hiave
been mad a for thctae immnigranlts they~
can bo obtained iln arty numnber or
application to Matj, Frnank Mcleberr.
Oeditor' of tihe Zitunrg, whlo is proving
himself a mosit eartnest and suceossfni
woker in the cause of immiigration..
News am Courier.
A dirty Joohing 11an1 stoppod ii
front of a small boy sitting on
efence, expecting to hiavo some fun ha
- iosing him ; "How much do yet
weigh ?" he said to the boy. "Abou
-' chas you would if you wori
wahied.'' the boy said to hiina.
'Tho 'olodo Blade hai an article
headed, "How to Teach a Child Ion -
esty." Thenmethod scems to be a.
good one, and it is a pity that it Was
not adopted by hi., own teachers
whon the editor of the Blado was a
It is a little strange that a Radical
Senate should refuse to confirm the
n(omination of a man for Chief Jus
tio who has hoent shown to be want..
in in no <uialilication for the position
execpt honesty and capacity.
Thp Boston Advertisor nays, with
a sin ile, that "a 'Baptist oyster fed i.
val, is to take plaoc in Norristown,
Pa.,'' 'Ihe Adyertiser thinks tht
the idea of a Baptist oyster is absurd,
but it is not at all absurd if there is
anything in immersion.
The report is denied that the Nor
wogian poet, Bjorson Bjorsou, is
abcut to omigrate to this country.
It is perhaps bettor that he should
stay at home. We nevor thought
this climate at all adapted to the
l'recarious orthography of that name
Tha Albany Evening Journal iays:
"Immediately after his spoceh, Mr.
Dawes went to New Ilampshiro to
participate in the canmpaign, and the
President sent a iossage by him.
'Tell the people of New llampshire,'
he said, 'tha.t the l'resident will do
all in lhil power to keep) expenditurc
down to the lowest possible limit."
If the President actually sent such
a messae to New Ilampshiro, lie
t ve uppesed that the voting
)opulation of that Stato was made
nigxelusivoly of marines.
On tle day that the Virginius was
towed oit of the harbor at Ihavana,
to he delivered to the United Sta tes
authorities, thora wao a Cuban moet
in New York, at which the lov. Mr.
llepworth said : "We have made our
first domantd upon S ain ; the second
should be sent, not by tolograph, nor
yet by the mails, but in;:ido of -q,
bomb-shell." If Brother llopworth'c
thirst for Spanisi gore is not soon
mitigated in some way, we foar it
will injnro his valuable hoalth.
What he o"Ight to do is to qIuit mix,
ing gunpowder with his whisky.
Virginia is developing a vast num
ber of candidates for the United
States Senate. The Conservativer
have the majority in the Legislature;
and they have ten candidates in the
field. Of those our dispatches say
that Lieutenat Governor Withers
leads with a ponitivo strength of
twenty or thirty Votes, sixty-Fix be
ing necessary for a choice, The lion.
It. M. '. Iunter, who coinen next
on the list., has n early as many votes
aiI represonts the more liberal elo
ment in thme Conservativo party.
The contest will be warth ; and,
unless .Some1 of tihe can2didates with
draw, it will be a long one.
The London Echo believes that
among the things "not generally
known"' is the fatal connection be
twoen Saturday night and infant
mortality. ''be number of childron
who are simothered by affoetioniate but
Iover-tirod or not over-sober paronto
het ween sund(ownl en. S-iturday aind
sunrise on Sundany far supasses the
mortality of any other night in the
week. Th'Iis is not preisely the idea.
of the "(Xotte's Saturday Night"
which poetry has made faniiar,
lio man goes to thie Senate to be
vindicated in vain. Tihoro was never
a legi.,lative body so sensitive to such
appleals. It never stops to call for
testi mony .or sum mon wit nesses.
IAny supporter of the AdIministrationi
who has been charged with icing a
drunkard, thief, libertine, or liamr,
bi.ta only to present the faot and(
name his ('Dice. TIhe Senate vindli
cates him withboat a (cislio.-N. I'
It (loes ntot scorm to be generally
nown that, from the 1st 11n8.. the
foe for registeoring a' letter i n il at,
any jost emfloe in the Unaited States
and addrered to any other post re
in thbe Uniited States is .rCight ((en's,
ini addition to the .rogular por-tare.
Until further noticoe o rt < moo
lIepartmnent will not prov:ido rtamnps
of tho denomination oif eight cents
as that sum scan he eobtained by
combining stamps cf the mest oon
venient denominations at b an d.
.Among the .afhlcti ens of the
Chinese is a eyelo pedia iv hiebi is to
be completed .in 160,000 v dumr eg.
It wvas begun 100 years ago, and 78,.
710 volumes 1-ave .been published.
Th'is necunts for the late emigration
from the Flowery Land.
Fleas havo a special fancy for wo
men, small ebild rou amttfd dogs.
Floas much dislike theo amell of to-.
bacco and whiskey, and hoee seldrm
trouble a man. In their tastes they
are mueh unlike the Indian. TJo
eapture and oxeoute a fl'-a confer.
more happiness apon a reprosenta,
l ive Qf thp femnahosex thanm . W'ariOg
a new bonnet in a crow I for taeo iamc
length of time.