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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER ii, L868. VOLUME IV-NO. 200.
THE riIONIX.
FirOXJSIIKD PALL. AND TRI-WHEE-T.
mn GLEANER,
EVERT. WEDNK8DAT MORNING,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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Thc Pr?sent and Future of thc South
._The Examples of History.
There are those in the South, it is
said, who indulge the gloomy appre?
hension that their section has been
brought, by the events of the war, to
the olose of its career, and that the
world, so far as they aro concerned,
has come to au end. The result of
the late national election will inten?
sify this oonviotion among persons of
desponding temperament. Such a
sentiment, as far as it has been pro
duoed by the war, is natural under
the circumstances, which, however,
most nations of tho earth have had
to encounter at some period or other,
but which have visited the South for
the first time. Other conquered races
have had the same sad imagination.
No doubt the Saxons concluded they
had no future, when, 800 years ago,
the brave Harold lost his life, and tho
Normans became masters of all Eng?
land. For four succeeding genera?
tions, England was ruled by French?
men ; the offices were filled by French ;
the speech of the court was French ;
it was regarded as a degradation for
a Norman prince to marry s Saxon
princesa; even the Saxon abbots and
prelates were violently deposed, and
when a Norman gentleman wished to
deny a derogatory charge in the most
forcible form, ko indignantly asked,
"Do you take me for an English?
man?" And yet the time came when
to be an Englishman was the proud?
est boast of the descendants of the
men who had uttered that scornful
taunt. At the period when the two
races, so long hostile, united in sup?
port of the great charter, the history
of the English nation is truly said to
have begun. The Saxon race, in?
stead of being extinguished, has, in
fact, given the dominating element
to the character, opinions, customs
and laws of England, laid the foun?
dations of au empiro on whoso pos?
sessions the sun never sets, and of a
language and literature which will
live os long ns the sun shines, and bc
the heritage not only of England,
but of two hundred millions of peo?
ple on this coutinont alone.
At a Inter period in English history,
when Charles I was Bont to the block,
the cavalier party thought, no doubt,
that its fortunes had gone down be
yound the hope of resurrection,
and therefore that tho world had
como to an end. That party might
well have been gloomy and almost
despairing, not only in view of its
disastrous overthrow, but of that
master spirit of tho earth by whom
its defeat had been accomplisher!,
and of the steady, disciplined, solid
squadrons whom he bad trained to
victory. After the fashion of ali mau
kind, (when tbeir cause is lost,) tho
cavaliers thought that tho country
aud all creation had gone with it. In?
stead of that proving true, England
became greater uudor Cromwell than
she had ever been before, and having
fulfilled his mission, not only did the
world and the country refuso to be
ruined, but even-the cavalier party
cam ott uto power again, and their rep?
resentatives still lead the councils
and the camps of Great Britain. Rip
Van Winkle, after his twenty years'
nap on the Cattakill mountains, was
not half so much astonished as a de?
spairing cavalier of Charles' time
would be, if he could rise from the
dead and seo what the little nation,
not then containing five millions of
people, whose whole annual revenue
of tho crown was about ?1,400,000,
has been doiog since in every depart?
ment of human progress. As he
looked opon all this, and east a glance
at the oolossal. Eastern Indian em?
pire, (which has come into existence
sinco his time,) he might rationally
conolude that England never fairly
began her raoo of material progress
till after lue time when, in tho opin?
ion of many, it seemed to have ended.
And on the other hand, the Puritans
who, at the period of tho restoration,
had reason to fear that their cause
had become an utter failure, lived to
see it spring up with redoubled ener?
gy in the new world, until at last they
enjoyed the sweet consolation of
beiug as ablo to persecute others as
others had been to persecute them.
When tho tide of Gothic barbarism
spread over tho Booma world, it
might well have appeared as if Chris?
tianity would never emerge from the
deluge of heathendom. Yet the be?
nevolent spirit, of Christianity made
captivo the followers of Alaric and
Clovis, and Borne, which had rocked
to her foundations under tho blows
of tho Teutonic chiefs, became the
capital of a wider spiritual empire
than that over which the imperial
eagles had flown in the zenith of their
greatness. Again, at the compara?
tively recent period when French
Republicanism was reveling up to its
chin in the blood of its enemies,
when it was attempted to depose the
Almighty by statute, and a prostitute
was deified as the Goddess of Rea?
son, it might well have been feared
by all rational Frenchmen that hu?
man society was finally dissolved.
When that "child of the revolution,"
Napoleon Bonaparte, was overthrow?
ing and distributing the monarchies
of Europe among his followers, no
doubt tho world seemed to the dis?
possessed sovereigns to have como to
nu ond. Prussia, in particular, wheu
Napoleon, after the fearful work at
Jena and Auerstadt, entered her capi?
tal in triumph, could scarcely have
couceived that the current of her his?
tory, which seemed plunging into a
bottomless abyss, would emerge ere
long in a rejoicing stream; and, with?
in the lifetime of a man, widen iuto
a tido so broad and deep that eveu
tho lusty sinews of Franco hesitate to
buffet the angry flood. It is a fact
attested by ?ill the annals of mankind
that a race true to itself cannot
perish by one or by muuy tribula?
tions. Looking back upon the grand
march of history, we find that the
career of nations to ?greatness, both
political and material, often begins at
the very point where, to contempora?
ry eyes, it seemed to have ended.
That is the lesson which the South
ought to ponder. Why not say that
instead of being brought to the end
of its course, it has been brought to
the beginning of another; that if its
star has set in one horjzon, it may
hope to rise in a new and more spa?
cious firmament? There is just as
much profit in the hopeful as the de?
sponding view. So far as the result
of late elections is coucerned, there
is, at least, as good reason for hope
as for despondenoy, in the fact that
if the Republican parly has tri?
umphed, it has been by a recognition
of the conservative spirit in the no?
mination of its candidato for the
Presidency, and that the necessities
of the country itself, as well as the
liberal instincts of tho successful can?
didate, as evinced in his course to?
wards the paroled officers and soldiers
of the South, indicate a policy of
nationality and moderation. Why,
then, should not tho South hope, in?
stead of despair? She is Buffering
now because she is in a transition
state, but may it not bo a transition
to u new and grander arena of pro?
gress and prosperity? Why may not
tho twilight upon her bo regarded us
that which precedes tho day dawn,
not the fall of night? &??8
[Baltimore Sun.*J;
S cw AIU>.-To Seward and his dif?
fuse, uncertain speech, the Rochester
Chronicle irreverently applies tho lan
guago with which a boy described his
grand-father's gun : "She isa splendid
piece. I can cover tho whole sido of
a barn with shot from that guu, sho
scatters so beautifully. If I wish to
kill anything with her, however, sho
won't do. She's powerful as to terri?
tory, but confine her to a pigeon, or
a flock of birds, for that matter, and
she couldn't ruffle a featber.
Tho height of human villainy has
beon reached by the scoundrels of
South America, who turn the earth?
quakes to their advantage. They
lately buried largo quantities of pow?
der in a hill near tho town, intending
to explode it and make the peo?
ple desert their houses in affright.
The plan then was to plunder the
honses, but the wicked scheme for?
tunately failed.
At Talladega (Alabama) court re?
cently, a negro jury was empanneled.
There were about fifteen negroes
tried for offences, each one of whom,
on his trial, demanded a white jury,
and every one of them was acquitted
except one, and his punishment was
light. The colored jurors sat in their
box from Monday morning until Sa?
turday night, without having a single
case submitted to them.
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tho most fruitful generator of disease, so
common RS not to bo considered danger?
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tion of health; for, with impairod diges?
tion, it is impossible for food to afford
strength to the system. Dyspepsia inva?
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owe all their sufferings to indigestion.
Nervous and sick headache also spring
from derangement of the digestive organs.
Persons of sedentary habits frequently
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maceutic science. Nov 1 t6
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Pecan Nuts, Ivica Almonds, Filberto, Ac
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Theso are all of lalo importation and aro
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IF you have a slight Cough, attend to it
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Guns, Pistols, Etc.
THE undersigned inlorms
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