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IS PUnIt.ISIED WEEKLY nY
W I LI L I A tI S & A V I S.
Terna.-T he RERRA L D I. published Wgk
inrariabiy in adianes.
OW All transient adVertiuseenta to bt
PAID IN AD VANCU .'
Obithary Notioces alih Ta'ibut-s $1'Q(
per I quatre,
M 1URji)pin OF J. D. CRESWEI.L, OV 'hAlf
TOW COUNTY-FULL PARTIOUIARS.
John"Drayton Creswall, who own.
ed and lived on the Widow Sproull's
place, in Bartow OOU sty, was mur.
dered at 8-1 o'clock last Saturday
night in his front yard, by a Swede
iaipod Conrad..,Thp foipg, are
the paiticulas afIW get theib frow
a reliable bource -
This man Uonirad had lived on the
place one or two years wig it. was
carried on by.lr,_SheA4, skid now
lives near by. Somse timqh is brt
Sprinlgj :iNr.Treitell -6[bplo$-*dA1V1
to oleaQint or repair his well, under
a contract to do the work for five
dollars-one-hlf cash and balinice
in the Fall, or atftr (hi work had
been tested. Soon afior Ifie work
was done, Mbr. U. paid him two dol
lars anA a half, as agreed..
Last $lurday nignt, at about eight
o'clock,9prd oa#e to Mr. Cres'
-weil's houe un demanded the bal.
ance of the pay for work on the well,
either in cash or wheat. Nlr. Ores.
well told him it was not due till Fall,
and lie would not pay it until due.
Conrad used abusiye nod insulting
language, and Mlr. Creswell ordered
him out out of the house. lie went
rather reluctantly, and Mr. C. follow
ed him to the froit yard gate. What
words passed between the parties at
the gate is not known.
About half-past eight a negro
living in the yard by the name of
Sheriff hird Mr. Creswell call twice
for help. Ile hastened to him, and
thiiks lie was dead when he got there.
lie called another negro, natued An
derson, and got a light as soon he
could, and when the light Camne he
was certainly dead.
Ple appearances were that Mr.
Creawell started to run to the hout-c
fom the gate, and was kuockd down
with a heavy roek, being hit on the
back of his head and theu stabbed to
the heart with a knile.
He was carried into the house and
laid on a 9ufa, and Col. Henry Styles
-the nearest neighbor-was iu.tne
diately sent for. When Col. Styles
arrived he found Mr. Creswell's life
le:-s body !yirg on the sof', and his
wife having fainted-lying insensible
on th'e floor.
Conrad made his cienpo and 'had
not been arrested up to last aceoiants.
Alr. Creswell was about 35 year's of
age, formerly of Edgefield District,
S. C., and was a man of great energy
and enterprise, and had many friends
Fannie Peau m e timable
lady of tis. 4y. \
Th re aviefrI da
fact that at tiThty4Nw feet levation
hours of the day and night in Janua..
ry, 1ebrtfary, NQvemiber and Di'oesif
ber, in the afternoon~ and li ing tii
night. hours. insthentonthis.of- Marchi,
A pril, August, Snptember,-asdd*.0Oe0*
her ; and in the~ 'eetc~Iogh ds~id
durinig t e night 'in tleo n hb 3
1Blay1 Jtu, andi July. .l .l so-.lnds
th at the mean montly temp~erattirb
nf the aji- at twetityatwo feet . fnd af
fifty feet is higher durling the even
ing and night hours tiregh the-yeatr
than at the hoi'ght f.fotir feet, and
also- highei' n'ight -aad qay duinhg
A getilentan living in thiis eduti 3f
says that, a wveek or two ngo, he
found on hld fatrm a patridge. < est
whioh -iad i- two partridge eggs
and one -hen eg. le lft- It undis
turbediadd going bank a few days
afterwardls; found that the old par
tridge led hlitodlled out the han egg
and w9qi.,marching airound with a
yourwg obieken for whom she was per
forming ill the 'fusictions-of a mother.
We'll put ' Meeklenbulsg county
against ffoe world for euriouzs 'birds
enad. antmals4.-wQbsertier. ..
An Augast& (Ga.)' papef says:
"Thol'Abgusta faetety 'raakes -ite ab..
uuil'abowing." Thie.pastjeni'.has tpt
beonaery prospero##. . Te, 'f,dcto-ry
is -n Wopderful -erample 8 of what
Southern mnanufactories may - do.
Only~ 0:$6fy00, 'o pital ,.aook Was
ever-paid -iBd. Diidendtjgephn
to $2,356, 000 hasAoonp.Aront sinece
the war, and the propcrty is. .worth
DOW $140,0 andI has$490
iorryI tRnderlig the Congressional Dis.
We made a brief allusion last
wOk to the recent arrangemont of
the Third Congniessional District, by
Ihich Riobland Couity is put in
with Newberry, Abbeville, Laurens,
Anderson, Pickens and Oconee,
ivhen it does not join either of these
Countips. This unprecedented ation
of thoLegislature must surely moet
with the indignInt condemnation of
*ie-y honest and fair-minded citizin.
Of course, it was intended to secure
:political ends by this absurd divis.
ion of the State. But is the present.
arrangement legal, aud likely to
stand tfie'test of scrntiny ? Could an
opposition' :ndidate, eieoted by the
remaining counties, obtaia the seat
at Washington, on the ground that
Richland County is not contig- ous to
any part of the Distrio'6 I We are
not certain that the Gerr-mandering t
practiced upon the people of South (
Carolina will be sustained by Con. f
gross, and hence we 6honew the aug.
gestion that the present arrange
ment is illgal and untenable. The
voting population of this Congres. r
sion'al District, including Richiand 0
County, gives the ool-red people it -
majosity of 1500 votes, while the
whites leave a majority of 500 votes, .
if wo exclude Ribchland. The slight
indifference in strength between the
races ought to induce an effort t) t'
elect a member of Congress from this P
District, who would trialy represeht a
the tax-payi'ng and property-holding
citizvns. The presence of such a P
man in Washington *ould prove an P
inestimable bl'esing to the State a1
and when the proper timo arrives, l
we trust the conserve tive voters of s
the Third Congre.-tsional D itrict will P
select one of their ablest leaders for P
this position.-Andersoit hitlligpn c
Gorernour Ki mper.
Gov. Kemper, of Virginia. iaq
written a long letter in answer to the i
"Wedderburn Jlaseo." He explains i
his poli3y with regard to Grant and a P
third term. While he does not favor u
a third term per s, he can conceive
of worse things and bitterer alterna- eC
tiv's. He concludes as follows :
As to the Federal Executive head t
I shall render him, not factious hos.
tility, but a rair and unprejudiced
judgment. For the sake of ourselves
and the whole country, I shall rejoice b
if he so emulate the example of
Washington ; if he so aid in restoring
the landmarks of the Constitution, ai
lately overthrown by the violence of'
arms ; if he so respect the right of "
thol State and the people to sell 0
government, as to command our uni.
ted and hearty. support of the whole
of his future administration. So far a
as his influence has saved us from
the degrAdution of test-oath and civil
rights las ; so far as he has abtai-t
ed from exercising the centralizing I
and dangerous powers of tihe engforce
tient act., he is entitled to our grati
tude and support. But I emphati
cally do not endorse a great part of
his policy in respect to a nitional d
currency; and if he adopts, as a rule of
his administration, suh ihtet'med
dling in local affairs as that jost re -
sorted to at Petersburg by the A ttor
ney-General cf the Uniited States,P
then he will establish between us
and himself a gulf as i.opassable asv
that which separates good from tivil
in ainother life."
W~ell and boldly said. We have t(
faith in Kemper. HeI hias shown him- ti
self to be an upright Governor and a I
The tests made by the Idlnglish t
Government with the newly invenited ti
fireproof powder chests, are said tr
by Dingler's Journal to have shown p
very -satisfactory results. These p
cbests are described as being similar
to the drdinary fireproof safes, with
unusuialy thick walls, composed of 0
four-inch chambers fillied with saw-a
dust and alum. 0n exposure to heat ti
the alum melts, and the fifty-t wo per ce
cent. of water it contains estapjeA 1b
into the powder chest through small '
openings, and prevents the explosion^
of the powdler. The safes weret
placed, dutring the tests in question, f
in separate furnaces, and after being "
hedddd intensely for six hours, the
powder in two of them, oi ekam ina
tion, was found unalffected. the
chests themselves appearing in good
condition, arid a registering there
mometer indicating a inaximum heat
of '210 deg. Sonic additional cbests n
were also heated to a still intenrer
temperature, without any damaging
YFhd following gontlomed liave
been elected oflicers of a sabro club
at Camden: President-CoI. E. M.
Bo 'kin;. first vice-president-Maj. I
Ei. li Cafntej; miecond vice-presIdent ~
-Dr. A. A. Moore ; third vice-presi
dent-Hl. C. Salmond ; secretary and
treasurer-Maj. E. E. Sill.
.. . . . .- t
"It Is said that D~r. Marpv Walker <
now oariesa. pistol for newspaper '
men. We have always spoken of that
beautiful and acconr p1ished physician I
with the highest respect ."-L outrille
The Baltimore Gatotte has this
ditorial paragraph : "Of tho six
egroes in Congresss, says the World
mlly one excited any notice during
lie session just closed-Elliott, of
;oth Carolina-and he only bdcausq
if a single speech, which was sup,
>osed to be remarkable because it
fid emanato from a negro. That
0lliott recited a speech in the flouso
q true. Whether it was the product
f his own brain is quito another mat.
Or. enattor Norwood, of Georgii,
n his speech oin the Civil Rights
ill, assierted thnt the speech dqliv
red boy Eiliott was written for him
nd that the name of the aulhor was
uite current at the Capitol. He
hallenged denial, but every Seuator
Tuere is truth in the following Cx
ract from a paper read by Howard
4wen, of the Kennebec Journal, be
are the recent annual meeting of the
sociation of Maine Editors and
"There are small county papers
taning along on a few hundred.i
irculation-not reaching a thousand
-whose value as advertising medi
is could not. be made np by two or
iree thousands in the circulation of
to lrger papers. They are the
o1e, firesi e papers of the people ;
) be read nid re-read by their local
ations-advertisements and all. The
dvertiseinent itself-, though it may
a foreign, becomes localized by ap
Daring in the colums of the local
aper-just as a strange child is
Jopted into a family, 1a1d is soon
>ved as onle of the children. The
J11e aivertisenent that seems to
assess so much interest in the locail
it er, may be simply glanced at as it
mies to the home in the columns of
ie general newspaper of wide cireu
An improved sounding macline
is been const ruted, anid its adapta
on to the purpose prono unecd sRu
rior to that of any other now in
-e. The plan is to have six flat
>ats, attached to a large boat in the
nsr,, which are towed to the plaee
here soundings are to be make ,
hey aro joined together by a bridge,
which are attac bed ten poles, each
velve feet long, and pla.ced eight
et apart. Tte soundings are made
the poles, w hich are driven down
y steam. Immediately upon stril.
g the bottomu, the poles spring lip
Pin, and indicate by fligures the
3pth of the water, these figures be
g taken down by a mlan in the
fice on the centre boat. It is il
Ied that by this n'cthod sixty
utilings can be taken in a moment
id all more accurate than by the old
The New Yr'< Herald says : "As
ings look ju.t now, the next Re
1hican candidate will be either
eneral Grant for a third term, or
lisha It. Washhurno.' That is, in
ther ease, the National lieplilican
amry is going iito tihe ne( xt 1 esi
ntial contest under the lead.rship
a reprsentuative of the caliit.alists
the Hast. Unless millions of (1o.
rs are spent inl corrupting t he peo.. 1
e. the champion of the Shy locks of
ec North will not catch the popular
A correspondent writes to th'e
eientie A met lcan that the worst
othachie, or neuralgia comning from
me teeth, maty be speedily tind de
ghtfully endled by the applicaitiona
F a small hit of clean cotton satura
d in a strong soltiiti of ammonia
the defective tooth. Sometimes
ie late sufferer is prompted to mo
entary nervous laughter by the ap
lication, but the piaini has d isap..
Thie rerforincd J'rexly frlan Synod
F Philadelphia dleclared themnselvyes
set of a.ses by resolv'ing agaiinst
king into. the miembership, of their
inrohi Pataonis of Ilusbandry, or any
irsdn belonging to a secret order.
here the fool-ktiller toi stop atwhiilo
Philadelphia, the unidertakceis
mere would bo kept bunsy itj pitting
-om sight it raec of bigots.-Farmer
"My dear' I oy," said a fdnd tin
a very fastili vi ng nioi he w, "don't
ukino.v that in leading this irt-egu..
Er life you au e abourtening your
iiys ?' it's quito possible that I
ty lie shorteninig my days, but then
>ok how I lengthen tmy nights," was
tio coel reply.
Dr. Robert Iiaiidt'olliorlhas toon
oking over the original manuseript
ournals anid aecoumnt books of ,Jo n
Vesley. ie found that when Wes
ywas at College, at the age of twen
y.sovon, lhe spent a hundred pounds
year. Amotng the items of expen
Liture were "beer," "tobaceo," and
lest at cards.'' Dr. Collitir states
bat at this time Wesley was a nism.
or of the "Iloly Club," but it can
ardly be supposed that such stranigo
xpensos wvere incurred at any time
f its meetings, If Dr. Cellieor has
eado any error in these statements,
ic will probably hear' from~ some one
if his old friends, includ ing Bishop
)ilbert [hnven.--Chrislion Union.
N:w 0RI.EAE8, July 2.-The fol.
lowing'is a summary qf the Eacbhuge
crop report to June 30,
Mississippi reports from forty-four
counties a d'echase of aereage oi
seven per cent. and a fair alerhg'
stand. The crop is three reeks be.
hind last year, remarkably alqan,
though small and ba6hkiar-d. LTabor
Ta Lovihialoa two t-b k piShb
reported the'aerenge decreased twen.
ty per cent. The weather has been
less favorable thah last year. There
is an averqge stand- Au tie condi.
ti-n of the plant is gtoiWU good
and promising, though t' 64 toks
later. Th ore is no coompniet o la.
In Texas forty-five counties re
ported the aereage incprosed an
savertige of 15 per cent. and the
stand good ; two weeks later planted
tian last year, but in fine growing
condition, free from grass. Labor
In Aikansas twenty-five counties
reported the acreage decreased 8 per
cent.. The wotbr has been less
favor tble. The stand is better titan
last year, though three weeks back.
ward. Labor is efficient.
In Tennessee twenuty-four countiee
reported the acreage decreased 3.
per cent. The weather has been
less favorable. The stand is fair and
ilie crop clean, but small, being* two
weeks later than last season. Labor
is about the bamo.
In Alabama twenty-seven counties
reported the acreage decreased six
teen per ceont. Late replanted
loks better than the old cotton.
The crop is soniewhat later and
generally cleaner than ever before,
and is growing rapidly. Labor was
In North Carolina forty-one coun.
ties reported tha weather less favora
ble. The acreage is decreased nine
teen per cent. )lanting was two or
three weeks later, but there is a fair
nverage stand. The crop is clean,
healthy, and growing finely, though
sumil and backward. The decrease
m the use of fertilizers is forty per
Tn South Carolina twenty-one coun.
lies reported the aereage decreased
17 per cent. The weather was un
favorable to the middle of May, but
has been more favorable since. Re.
planting has given a fair average
stand. The plant is siall, but the
condition is good. The crop is clean
ind growing well. L abor is suffi
cint t. The decrease in the use of
fertilizers is 33 per cent.
Tn Oeorgia sixty-nin coutitieA ro
ported the debreatse bf aereage 10
per cent. The weather hai been
favorable. The stand and con4ition
is good atd the crop is growilig BI nely
though small-being ten days later
thani last. year. Labot- is good. The
nixc of fertilizers has decreased 30
per cent., as compared with last
In Florida the reports ai-e menarb.
rTe acreage is anid to have decreaised
four yor cent. Tlhe stand. is g~od
and the conditlob V'ery iilno The
ei-op is blean tand gt-owing well, be
ing one week earlier than last ferr
No compllaint is made of lalior.
No Negroes to lie lIinged diadel Goh'
A s we M.pientedi Goi&ndr Adhids
hah contimguted the sehiteuee of John
Andereon, of Coffeeville, to imnprisbh.
ment in the PenitentIary for ,life.
Thin g jes to f-trthecr pltov4 that Ames
will not allow it negro to be hdng In
this State. There is no doubt but
lie will also Commute the sentende of
11enry Pautrick, the J'atelfprisb mura
durer. If he does, we hope the pee
ple of Clark bounty; debi ihng to see
cimninals punisheid iln accordtf ise
with the euimes they 60mmit, will
take him froni the jail and hang hima
publicly. The public miUst tesolve to
deal with murddrerh outside df thb
coutt rtom. Itf a utan eoitmits g
deed of mui rder, aund the fact of his
guilt dan be clearly established, hang
him to thd near'est taee. This i,
advice vie would riot thitek df giving
if snob a thing ail hanging a crI iital
by law were possible under Amesf
ad ministration.-Mewtcld (AMi.) .Tjed
ben, tinstaye P. 'r. iioauregar'd
of New Orleans; has received froee
the .4rgentino Republio of South
Ameriba th6 appoiritriuant of 41hiqf enes
gineer of that tountry, w ititlu Eifd.
some salary of $25,000 in gold per
annum, ie will have charge of the
section of defensive work1, and bea
sides superintend the exploratI~n of
ea river Platte:
'hie C1tittataI of a Celentd k*g
The T*rt, Field and Farm sayi
140hamterlain's True Blue Is back
his stable at hong Branoh, 6 bopele
cripple. This time last year hig
hobei wet. ebtertained of hin, at
Wome of the ,hp'esWeVe realised. C
the '30th pf' uly, he ren, at 8aratop
his 6%lbrated two miles in 3.321
I eating Mate, Hubbard, Joe banlei
Uohn blcCormiek the Nurse an
Ws. Twee In the leurAile bel
rate at 4a1tmore', Uctober 25, li
distanced Harry Bas.-,et in 7.49, an
the was sent with his triumphat
Oolors to the Pacifi coast. Noven
bet 15, he starteA In the MWemrabi
$261000 rate at Ocean View Parl
6%Pr ancisco, with Thad. Steven
oe Daniels and Mamie Hall. Tra
Blue lost the first heat, but won th
second, .and then looked a victor-.
But Ih the third heat 6e *as ou
down and 1e4 i bripple from th
track. His injury was severe, but i
was thought at the time that it woul,
not bring his turf career to a blose
Mlouths, however, hhve passed, ani
True Blue will heVer again partiol
pate in the qit'tji tb of th
A careful examination has beei
made by Prof. Hayes, of thp chnrap
tar of deposits In boiler flues. A
described in the American Chemist
thest, deposits he finds to be of tw<
kinds, both of which are capable o
corroding the iron rapidly, espooialla
when the boilers are heated and it
operation. The most common onc
consists of soot--nearly pure carbot
-saturated with pyroligneous acid
and contains a large proportion 01
iron if the deposits i an old one, m
very little iron if it has been ree at
ly formed. The other has a babii of
soot and fine coal ashes, filled with
sulphur acils, and containing more oi
less iron, the quality depending on
the age of the deposit. Prof Hayee
asserts that the pyroligneous depos.
its are always occasioned by want of
judgment in kindling and managine
the fires ; that is, the boilers being
cold the fires are generally started
with wood, pyroligneous acid then
distills over the tubes, and collecting
with the soot already there forms the
nuoleuis for the deposits, which soon be
come permanent, and more dangerous
every time wood is used in the fire
place afterward. The ulphur acid
depoists derive their acide from the
coals used, but the basie materlil,
holding these acids, is at first ocea
sioned by cleaning. br shaking the
grates soon after idding fresh charger
of coal. Fine ashes are thus driver
into the flues at the opportune mo.
went for them to become absorbenti
for the sulphur compounds diftilling
from the coals, and the Irda 6drrodem
rapidly after the formation of thes
Tat French ASmbly.
Malype6plo read the telegraphid
reports of proceedings in the French
Assembly and become -opelessly cod
fused when the dispatches are talking
about the Lefta the Right, the Center
and the flefi. bentei. By reference
to tie following explanation they
may be able to acquire some kndwi
edge .of what is going on in that ex~
Trho Leit is composed of .the Re
publioabs, of whom Leon Gambetti
and Jules Favre are leadors.
The efttremc Left is R adical R.
Rep ibtlican, or Communist.
Tihe Left Center is wade uip of the
Cbcsertatlioe Reptliciattsz-th6i ihec
who ele *iiling~ td adde ji a republic
as the practicable foreti of govern,
merts Thiers and Casimer Perlere
are leaders in this brandh df the As.
. iTetigilt is i6tupbbed . &d th4
divine right, white-flagg Chambiord
Thme itlIht dntbr l-efresents th<
Co~deba4atm n6 Monaichists, or Orlean
ists; who fandr a *,onstitutional indri
arch~t of a eofliertatite typo.
The Ilonapartists, are g6ndfall)
Ulassifled with the IRiglht; bdit ther<
afhbuly about fUttynfve or fifty of
The de$atiles comprisIng (fie AsJ
dembig hmber seter hu ld tef so
thlirty-efght, seveb hundred anc
twenty-three of wbotft are elected i
France and fteadi ih thb Frbnol
A lBerlib lettet to the dbiesl
Tribune deolares that Bismarok fear
the ruitn of Prussj a will come fo
the OrowiPritiee's maiflage *lth a
EnlIsh Prlnoess. The ildred o
t66 Ctown-Prinbe urb rathebr ti6&et3
and this is attributed to his marring
to a methber df the most degetierate
Itoyal fatnily of Edtrope-a fatnily
whidh, ftdef offstant Itfterartlge
of ootsinh haA supplied tifi tbru
with sevefsl half.witte-4 umbori
and is cursed with sdlseas#d which
such. a violation of Natdre's laws got
Thb mfajority tot &. CdolstitiftU6ne
Coisvention in Arkansas is estimaste
at ed Aan:
y aThe lilliiIjiar .
wukireaWE 'GaWoPRNA .OESrATUpI
h [Froni the Virginia 00iy lEntepr'isL.
d The 'reeont at1teio tWo 11firanii
n Legislature in.condonig the offieoo
4 of the millionaire forger and rpo)er
1rry Meiggs, has lod to, on' iey p'tq
', aug o the ice of old jo'rnals ip
d der to ascertain the etadt,' riatWV .'4
t his crime.. The Sauranmeto dlll
State Journal of Ootober 1 1, 1854-a
a pa'p'or long sinpe .oxtinet-.conrjined
t the following
I "The fra44s cominltted by f arr
0 Meiggs aie supposed to km'iaunt o tow
:, and one-half millidn d'llatb. Wa
, rants on the Treasury of San FrAnois,
c co have been forged to the ; au ount of
one million. Stock fI if
:- k enbr Comipani o; ilNcn ' 4 a
P lreshlent, to 4thA andvfit f or fifMY
thousand, was also forged,: and,. the
t signatures of differqnt bqeineshouses
I to not:es for over Aifty thou.
"He failed for eight hil ra't;h
sand, and owed a- nutaber of- hills,
I w h1ch Made up in the aggregate two
,iillo'i five hundred thousuad dol.
lark. In his operations he was v ry
a shrewd. Ile took all clasbes in his
- ravenou mAw. From the highest to
i the r'west, the rich tad the poor', the
, washerwoman th'o banker and tho
millionaire ; le paid his respeets 'to
r all. Nohe were too small for hI no.
I comth'dAting genius, none to greAt
for his practioc. F0rom the balkera
he borrowed mon'ey by giving forged.
Coniptrollur's wai'rants on the city
as co'lateral WeuVety to double this
amount, and even offered to pledg6
them at twenty-flto cents on the,
dollar. From others lie raised mon.
ey on forged notes on business firms,
and from clerkh had mechanies lie
borrowed on his word or own hote."
"His exodus was as remuarkablo 69
his.'operations.' lie pui-ohnsed his
vessel, got her clored by his fai'thful
captain for 'ports in the Paeifie,'
ballasted her with the spoils of a
city. equal in their extent to 'tbos
of many nations in former dayp;
gathered bib family and friendh
"round him, and went 'down to the
-sea' unmolestedl. laughing at liii
dupes. lIe l'eft his family mansion
as it was with its carpets, and .paiht.
ihgsb and penoillings and curtains ;
with its ottomani and ete a eles, and
golden bnbes and birds of the
brightest plumungo ; with its servants
unpaidl p'rhtp's, ahd its winea - qd
Its oils and its . spices 1. oft a ft utily.
excursioni to Ban Mlatb; an.ho0 sai..
to far off lands, as his creditors sy,
He went prepared tor a two years'
siege. lie went propeed for peaIo
or war ; with 4mumu hitiobs of war in
ample store. Ile went .prepored to
conquer or purchase a dukedon.
And all this ht the expels'e of Aa
Ianelsco business men. Tfid"'inus
of these men is not regrotted -6 iiucha
As t h inianner of losing it. But
still he Is i poor : wfnderer on the
fte of he earith *ith the brand of
Cain upon his brow. Io c6in lmabd
n) peace I his evil deedh will hauut
hilil librelet he may go. . 116 will
be shunned by sobibty. With all hih
ll&Ogdtton *lIalth he will Ond the way
of tl~e transge es'or hard."
And sumaply Nceause this ihian hhs
been sucebseful In investing his tY6
millions and a half dollars, whibh hie
folibed fi'om ethers, the Oaliftirnia
|Legislature, by orne swueping .aoh
obliterates all the indictments pend
lng against him; Sidhl legislatloli
is well baluated tl -bring 'the law
Iinto contempt, fop no one . will .oon.
tend that had l MeIgd lieeli iinsuo
e..ssful in Southa Atuerica,. 'thfei
would hafd been aby one in .the
ILegislature of that State to have
liratted an not simnilar td thb. 4ohi
IThe folloiispiech on the 'oIt St
July aras hmade by WV. (I. Plineltey;
the sable Cicero of Santee., Aftom'
g kttibg rid of thdb nsual afnou-se . of
builcdtibe; the Sauitee otator sad ha
delights to be balled, gave hd edolori
e d hearers sotife sound advido. ile
Iwhite people of the State the'eoood
people could hardly live. For~ in
stanbo, is abe city of Charlestba hr
19 all the that estate *as owned by
th6 whites, and if they bbolio; *lth
out giving any' r banon #hatever'; t$f
bould, bytet i days' dlotie,; compel
hvory blaok rutan, wdman yd, child
who lived In their hodses . andi
kitehns to taestb. Nb power in the
wtirld liould ptetent thetn trood ru.
Sf~aib'g to let boldtred pTopib6 like bti
a (heir ~porty. lip; depr ooatsaI 2 the
a adnteh in which politioal siffaire had4
b been meraged; and said thuat much 6f
ftb evil In this county arose ffoul tb6
'; fact that tnan? of the 96opIb"% (He~i
s gohdney allowed themselves to be In.
I fluoeed bf fu~n #ld futhbishesdthi
, iltb rotten baoon andI dead rslo.
Neius and Cbusribr.
.A dorrespondeat of the fLontsvilld
Confier dournal votes. the "cura
.fact" that durirg the 'dt~L Pf M
wd had two fult biodns. 'He asks
whon did that cbotr befoe' in May oi
Sany other month, and when will' it b4
ci h saan In May of' any .othe2
The Iif111461 P641.
is &hd1ooturiao& ini Virglnig.
iti said* jha,.t .160,000
Visitedth we A 6~ bIO . wated ~
W A.T vf,~pEiu~t Mid
Yokl '6611 hA uie e q va !
Te poo r. 1.,b.i5.
iaplj taont 'an 01.No
hRev. T., 'dVj 1D., 6 V, hV
ft iv W6ara ofd a n0tlvtiou *ed.
18110 W 1)11 !.,8 .. 2a1ut hodppib
is hig p 60 e. ro il y
T0h eros W ReV. 1o&A4id 4. lt
Ohuob 8outteP oluikblO,an es.
ooee, prestied vvith, ;has 1'-,6Otd
petl 4yi.Wo. tb onr, fig -8041443r.
the'On :e 4meetn 1ta ~a~fo
Theia v.t H, pw6V~oadt cmr
AMiian by Ii~e to' euia.M e heWe.a
tb'f, twoives.'h 1d
th ntaneik, e at 4618 he 1
hi.,. an ohn It' jin . eane . I .
o*0' ther iniuste., MtS. R.is while,
oi onry Ware He0 a'd RJamb. et.
Ialit 01e the nath enis ,2'0
.in- h pis i nistl
Rome andsiyerAs, 21e to Meth&.
t Oet, 45,98 Tdellndeni,,e 2988,412oa
A ianbiIts - D~A polse troes pro'.
.M Pses -rvi&a the old ia 6tede
thriadn two othoic t, ios.Io
toh l Anitnr any 82ec it aneO, R.
CI, Joh Orin ehrnedoiosi,
Sof thei Dobue 2t3S. I'oua, 40S.
Aeny Mare Hale rh Joeh hen
dallt plne M 'hvke, jia 4t yere
ieothe .IropeauMioahedr. mor
Thb rty tha tany ther ehiA-U eic
i wbsountr6; Pt clopvst wisl
gistso45,98 Iegioab eno 388,41
dit 416e43 di ait s. t atoli 4e r
Of* . POsb~t~li6- t eolm thi
14o 1 chrche i urhipnion(No
T''rV6i hs I oBe athents. P~nce
obate 101pd b1y 0'i a~ 671bbo
o Prebybrib aht-bJiueig
.ham Plooo the Btief theri'r~bt piro
sontod to ba6 a' ithi oii dltr
ti this countery he il uos kf,6
dat i ?neyw i et .1-t *.: .
vEhitd Jtinctu aaitt iiiktbe rR
.obyt oir g . mae tbol a ea bitbAl
lloetibd 40116prbaoh . tho uh be 14
iobuirny years Yordk . a usie
.hn Patut~e a h L the Pri lfttop.
Barishe dd Moih b 6601
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