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VOL. I, WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MACI 18, [8(8. INO
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AFTER THE BATTLE.
The wistfulhouid'creeps, lit'ning, to the
'Tho favorIte sloed statids Idlo in tlisall;
The wild-fowl, fearless, flutter otn tho moor;
The old retainors linger in lto hall:
, will ho never, never rise again,
To look upon themi all ?
They brought him in witlh blood upon his
They told how they had found him in the
Whero the deal foe lay thickest in (to
With tatteredcolors grasped, and shivered
Lyir?' face downwht'd, on-the blood'soaked
'Midst those who would not yield.
lie does not know our faces as we stand
About his bed, walohingc tel fitful breath;
In his delirium, as with sword In hand,
"Fredo:d;'f h'e ries, "in Einglaud or in
T'hen with a hoarso hout, lifting.his iot
"The Iayls ours !"'hO sath:
So through long nihits and dhys that brig'
Or change but from wild hopes to wilder
And still our faces are all dark and strango
'To ohm ; andi the long nights of pain seem
in I heir duration ; and we watcl him nrw
'yiYot1h a thick inist, of"tWai.
And still Cho hould creeps wistful to the
And stil. the stoeed standls idle in the stall;
The fearless wild- owl flutter o'er the moor;
Tito broad notch d sivord hiangs rusting
on- the wall;
And he, 0 Cod, may never, rise agalin.
To look tlion them all!
M. E. BRAnnoN.
A Glowing Tribute to the Ednth,
We take the following eloquent ox
t'ract from an editorial ini the Banner of
Ae South, the advance shetts of which
have been handed us for this purpose.
It is from the pen of the Poet-Priest (f:
the-Soutl, LPatlter Ryan, who is to' be
adit.or of'this new journal, which will
makoith' appearance sione tite curitig
the presfit' week, The words of the
distinguithd- editor glow with the fire of
dyatriotin; elogience and principh-, and
will find arVesponsive echo in every true
By birliand'soltItititt we are of
thie* South. Dearer than all other
i1tr'st"of this world, tous, are those
oflotWa'linid O Vor these intcrests
we shell watch' lPirml nd' faithfully
wo shell defend t.Lhom, and more so noIw
than ever when those it,erests are iii
such soro iiced of brave defence and
true defenders. Believing, as we do,
that the Sotth had right and reason, and
principle, oil- her sidi',im the lato war,
we feel that wo sliould not let the tra
dit.ions and memories and glories of the
struggle pass into- oblivion. We nust,
kcop1 themt alive and' nglow--wo musi.
pas thent'dbvn-wo niust muke our
chtildren prbud of them. T1hero Is not
a day nor a deed of the atragglo -of.
which we may feel ashtamed. Wte OWO
it to t.he past to-prostVe th'o story of
*Our struggle, end the future will not for.
give us if we fail to record it. And tn
recording it, we must, not use words of
apology, as though we doubted of the
rightouat)snes of ot-e eauso ;' but, plainily
anid fearlessly, trite tb outrselves,-to our
cuso to our countrg-tuds to t,he dust of
the dead at our feet--tru6 -to the epirits
of those wvho were so) truto to us-true to -
the llvinig in thteir terriblo loss-true to
Lte F'uture which is coning- down- to
ask of us Lto vindication .of oat' doutso
nd t,bo story of our pnst-wve must, de
clare, a still declare; end ne ver censo
declarh in words ats brave as outr war
rtors wecre, that int the diread strnggle in
which our Flag wont down wiLlh not a
stain of dishotnor on the v'trgitn pnrIty of its
folds, Justico stood'on the side- of the men
who wore thto Gi-cy. - A'nd Jhstice has
flot changed sidoi bocauiso we h'ave been'
able,,Justice is still with to'conghtored.
TIhe stUCeOs of our cause bas been 'lost
itot its rightt; for failuro can never make'
right;wrong ; nor-can success tr-attsform
thte inignit,y of wrong 'Ito tho sacredness
of right. Brute force goes'- down 'it:tw
battlo-fielda not to test' th' rightfulness
of causes but, to -try the~ strongtht ofpo
l)atantts. 'lThe sutccess of 'the sword is no
argumient, in fnvor of'theo cause for which'
it has beten utnshleathed. T1he sutrrendttr
of the sword is no argdtnent against; tl;o
cause winch qrow is.ff~ozr'the acabbARd
ShtA and' sirell ,db t?ot reason-they
slautght6r-.tad'isagh'edr; . beit nworo or
lfss-isrdy snAughter-'it i0 no arglfteret
kill or are killed : Bl&llodi:Way mnAngl6
flosh-s.pill -blood?aley tmen-but they
enn never reach the vital1principles' for
which men contend. '1 tese -principles
arts beyond the roaC1~ oitshot an'd 'atn
rotn. BJatt,leflelds mhay be' the lurd
)1aces O oti e Devo( of righitN: A'bovo
ite ostmok and saarnti and shock of bat
ties, uaffected by victory or defeat,
c:ltn, and immoltvable. .uinden aitso n hter
(terbal throne, and in her vyb3 right i3
right farever--wrong, is oternally wrong'
-aid trampled rigit is grander thnit
tin) phaln t wrovg. Fron the decisions
given against uts in the court of battle,
wo therefore appeal ; and then- d6cinions
we carry up to tihe high tribinal of Jus.
tice, for reversal. This, aid this alone,
was settled-by battle--that w w Nvere
t,he weaker pirty. We had less brute
force on our sido and we wetIo obliged
to yield to the superior strengt It of our
assailants. The armies and governienit
of the Confederacy woro but the mortal
flesh and bl,od of aln immortal dause.
They aro gone-it is living. Nor steel,
nor lead, could touch its life or take it
away. It is living in the loves of South.
er hearts-it is living in the menorv
of the-'Southern doad-it is living in th~e
storios which Southern mothers are tell.
ing their little childron-it is livng in
the sorrows and tears of our widows and
orphans. And we shall kee) it alive.
Tle right of our cause did not fall with
R-iclinond. It exists to-day as clearly
as it did when the first boom of our guns
sounded across the Carolina waters, and
when the Palmotto flag-mid the ring
ing of bells, and tho rapture ouf Iadden
ed hearts and the sounding of clicors
which the shoro sent over the eea
waved in triumph over Sumter. And
on that April day when Leo gave up
his sword bright and unblemished as
when he first girded it on, lie yielded
merely, and only, the policy of ffi-ther
resistance--not, the principlo which had
lifted that resistance in(o a right and
sanctified it as a duty. Right began
our struggle, right justified and ennobled
.it. right animated our soldiers, right
made ciem brave to endure, and bravost
of all, to die; right marched with them,
step by step, into every gory field ; righit
fhslhed in the sheen of their swords, and
thundered in tho boom of their cannons
in -every fray ; right- wreathed' a glory
around their banners wherever their
bnnuers were borne; right consecratedl
their victories and consoled theni in
their defeats; right lit in their hearts the
'flame of heroismt which blazed out into
ld(athless deeds; right nerved tLem to
every sacrifice they made, to every
hardship they endured ; right ht beacon
fires of glory on. the. plAins of Manassas.
on the eib trf'7redricksburg, in the
sw'atnli othe Chickahominy, in tie
trenches of Richmond,,on tihe mountaiis
of Tennossee, in tho battl:phices of
Kentucky, on the soil of Georgia, an the
seaboard of the Carolinas, in the wilds
.beyond the Mississippi ;.and, now, right
'stand amid'outi rmins an'd' graves, and
.pointing to the glories of our cause and
Vaitirng'in'lope for the terrible ret.ribu.
:Lioi of tihe future, lifts towards the heav
ens the manacled hand, wvhWiebh. 1here
at least, have never pleaded in-vain, and
sulenmnly protests in against tho oppres.
sions of victorions wrong; and wo, for
ore join it v andalivavs in th'e pfotest.:
We stand by the Past of out country,
and cause, aId we accept, no F:tIlre
which will not accept that Past.- There
aro men who bond their principlus be.
fore the bayonet. There are nim wlio
desert the altars of'a Lost Cause round'
which they once stood with the blobod'in
their hearts panting for libation, and
wlho kneel to olrer homage at. the altars
of successful wrong. There are men
who tramplo under foot the very stand..'
arda that once fl-ated'proudly overthem.
There are men boso enongh to lift
their hands against t.he ,very rights fo)r
which they onee upliftecd swords. We
are not sneh., For us, principal is piu
to might is not surrender of righrt. We
vield to the ene '-b)ut sharll never yield
up tIre other."
A Novw WAY -ro COLLIEC'r Oi:D
DF.Iri'.-A Troy limo'deftler had upon
his books an old debt of $36 against a
mason, who haid been unfortunate in
his business. T1he debtor~ and crodi
tbrimot a few'nighits sinco inl thre p)ros
edeo of quite a crowd, and soon on
graged in an argumreint as to thre rela
tive merits of vurious masons in tire
city. Limo dealer sai(l to thoe mason
doebtor : "I'mr not rmuceh of a work
rmarn, but Ilb'et' you $20 that I can
run a bettor eornioe than you caun."
"Agreed," Said tire other, anid the
ml.mrey was p)ut up 'by both partie's.
"iNow,"2said the imanV cf limo, "I'll
bot. you $20 to $10 I win tlio bot."
"D)ono," said tire rmasour, and thre $30
were plaood in the hands of thr'strake
holdor, with the agrdomont. that the
parties wore to mreot next day and de
cide the' het by running a eornie
up~on .cortalte bWilinga th'at' wore
namuodl 16tAtntitr, hro*ever, the ore
.fIUor'v64t.d the' justico: our, pro.4
cuted sn.attaohniedot tild the m.ey in'
thio'hand ot-the st.akelholder, aeised it,
and 1j0f4 hai's thle' deb'tbr' $'0 asfohy
Bto1wed a~yyh h oWn cC.puOlot15
StirK.'Iie bumamess of ihis- unlaw
fil bodyiis fAst drawmng to a -close; On'
Saturday theoypaseeo'd'the Till of Rigchts,
anfodade~ p*ovrdfAg'fb tho'ratifloa-'
Lion of the donitlrion ansi oi-diinee.
Yeatordaytheoy' adIopT6d. att ordinance
amendatory of tireratifleation ordinaboe'
by wirich thoe constiturtion i* to be nub
mitted t6 thne people withrot ,tine ord
ngances. Thecy also jiassed to a t.hird rejt,.
brg thio.report f. .the~ Commwjttee ,Qn
Franchieo arnd Eleetions.-Ch J/arl&ton
IN4 STRIIKED AND SitiPI,D
An Ordinance to Pre,;bir br c the Rati
fication of the Constitution awl Ordi
wMIMCs, mnlf,r Ih( 1"'cCion of (7rt(in
\V e, the pwolI of Soll Carolin, lby
o10 delegtes in Convention net., do or
dum, That, oil the Ilth, 15th and IGLh
days of A pril, 1GS, the C'oIst itLItionI
and Ordinnices adlopted by L.hi Coiven.
tion shall 60 SIbIiLLied for ra.i fiuILiun
or 1ejectioll to the rogistcrtd voters of
this 8tate ; and alio that, 1t, the saine
Lime. an election Sha11l be held for Cov
mrnor, I,tieutenant,-Governor, A ljnt
an1d inspeeLor-Clneral, See1crIn-ry of
State, ComnpLroller-C eneral, TIreiurer,
A.ttorney-Ceneral, Siuerintend-n, of
L"ducation, and members of Ie (juneral
Ansemblv. And, furthermore, ialt at
Ohe sal'. . Ile an elecion sIall 6o held
in each Congressional District for a
1110em1ber of the H1louse of Reopresen
Lativ(,s of the United States Con
Sxu. 2. That the election for the rati
fical ion or rejection of the Constitution
rid Ordinances and for tho aoromuen
Libnt'd offrcer', shall, b' held at
aich places and nider such regulations
is may be prescribed by tle Command
ing General of this Military Distriot,
and the returns madu to him as directed
Sc. 3. That in voting for or against
the adoption of the Constitutionl and
Ordinances, the words "For Constitu
,ion and Ordimances," or "Against Con
titution and Ordinices," sliall be
written or printed on thn ballot of each
voter; but n1o voter shall vote for or
Igailst th.e Constitution and Ordinances
m a separatt ballot from that cast by
him for oflicers.
Sic. 4. That a Doard of Commis
4ioners is hereby nproinled. to Con1-sist
A> Messrs. 10. W. IN. Mlackey, F. L.
,ardcza, A. J. Raisier, 0. C. Bowen,
vhio shall keep an office for the transac
Lion of business ill the city o1,h0firetston,
Iand who may temploy such clerical forces
is may be ieessary, and who ar 0111.
poiwered to cause to be appointed suita.
,;te parsons for iningers of elections in
mch County in the State; to hold the
lecLion provided for by this ordinance.
3aid commissioners shall have power to
180 all th( necessary meanis to secure a
ill and fair voto upon the Const.itut.ion
md ordinanices and the election of offli
Sa. 5. Tn case of the death, resigna
ion: or inability to servo of any member
)r memburs of .aid 0lLoar1 of CommIis
ioners, the President of this Conven.
ion shall havo power to fill such vaean.
Si-:c. 6: That should tile said Board
i Commissioners doom it necessa ry or
Ixpedient, they aro hereby authorizea
Lo extend in any Count-Y or Counties,
alection pr!citctor precinats, tho m
wer of days dorimg~ which th election
iforesai I is to bo held, from- tiree to
Sic. 7. That Wiithin tlirty days after
ihe ratificationi of this Consi itution, am
-lection shall be ield inl anid for -oach
C'ount,y, att such imo and places, andi
L1iider such reglationls as muay be pre.
ecribed byv said Board fo5Commnis sionerp,
Ifor tho election of' all County officers re
requireud by tis Constitution to be elect..
ad by tho people. AnId the said Board
shlil also have auithority to call elections
for all municipal oflicors,- at p)reset,
let.ed by the people, at t he same time,
'tdi subject to such regulaitionis as the
mid Board mayd ptioscibo, not, inconsist
slt, with tis Const.it.nlion or charters of
mch01 municipal bodlies. And- at suich
:lections overy qualiSiod' elector' under
hie provisions of this Constitutiotr may
vote for all officers to -ho elect.l
Sac. 8. Tihat the Gomisionbiler5
tercin appoinlted snhall recerye for their
services five dIolla per (lay in United
states cn.roney. or its eg(jfivlenCt inl!l
recevale of this State.
Sao. 9. Th'lat t,ho President of" this
DJonvention, upon the reqnuisitionl of
mid lBoar:d of Commnissioners, shalh havo
lower to dlrawv from the TJroasurv of.thec
State all mloneQy necessrary toi p'y the
)Xpenises incturredl unider iihis ord ian,
11nd which the Genera';l conmmandi ng i :
af ilit.ary Distidic' is nor, atuorized t.o
Sac. 10. Thait t.ho said Uoard of
30mmlissmnerk,as soon as they halve
:arried outt thet provisions of tilns ordi.
'iannce, shall ako to the (Xneral As
Jamlbly a report of their proceedings, and
i"statemnt of the moneys oxpenidcd'by
. on'TY sE~VENTIl DAY.
A lot,tor fronm Col. T. J. RLobertsoni,
0ndorsing.the~ nomflinatlion of General
Scoott, for Governor, and pledginghi
obrdial supp~ort, was road.
11. F. Whittemnore offored ip re
sqienso er Couiplimentary resolution~ roe'
Lutning tile thanks of the Convoetiin,.
and pledging their support to Colf
Rob'ottson for the position of United
Stigtea. Senator.' Tho rosolution Vas
Lomnuol 'Doozor, oif Lexington, -was
eloeoteds forsI4outo,nant-Goverlno on
$1lo third ballot.' The following ad.e
dit.ional offieres wore t.hoi solned1.
glo. Stato Treasurer-N. G. 'arker.
Secretary of State-F. ,. Cardoza,
(co1ored). Adjutant and Inspector.
Gencral"-F. J. Moses, jr., o' Sumitor.
Attorney-Gen.oral--D. IU. C.1inher
lilin. Su'porintendent of Ek'ueatiol
J. K. Jillson. Representatives to
olgress from Stato at l.uge-.J. P1.
M. Eppinlg, E. E. Dickcs.m. Dole..
gates to t he National 1 epuiblican
Conivention-Feirst Congro.ekollal .I)i...
triet-l". 1". Whittemore, Piniial
11. E. llayne, alternatu ; It. d.
jr., d]lgato at large. Secoid (onl
grossional District-F. A Sawyer,
principal ; Eubert Smalls, alternate ;
dlo13pl 11. .1enks, dulegato at larg e1 1 .
Third Congre,iional itriet-C. M.
Wkilder, principald ; W. .11. Na.Ab, al..
trnate :. 0. Iuncan, delvicte at
I , rgC. .01urth11 Conigreosiomll..1 Nh-rict
--W. E. Rose, prinouir-1: Y. .1. P.
Owe"ns, alternate ; Wils'on C.>ok, dele.
gate at large.
G,en. f:rant was reconmend.la
candidate for Presiulent of i-o United
The following despatch, 'd.cem1
)to a1 prominlent m1tilher- of the C..
vention, explains itself
"9WASINGTON, Marci 9,-llos
will not probably admit more 11cmm
bars froi any State thani the numbers
authorized by tho law after the last
"SenuVLIan (Jor .Ax."
Mr. Leslie, on behalf of the candi
dates nominated, Oil behalf of the Re
publican cause, all who loved thir
country, and all wlib likod to hear
their friend from Darlington (Mr.
Whittemore) sing, begged that he
would bie allowed to sing, and tiht. aII
tli friends of the cause would j,)iu
with-hinrin the chorus.
Mr. Whit.em1ore then loq olewith
the inging, "ItaIlly Round the Fho:."
which w:s joined int by all pre.sullt,
Mi. Leslic keepilng. time With a ruler.
Oin motion, the Convention ad
journed sine die.
FonT Y-,N'NTH1 n.AY.
-he following persons np4I kd for
thL removal of disabilities
StollU, U' 0vh 1i0
Donald, of A bboville ; John T rmen,
of Sumter ; J' W Turtty, of Lancas
ter ; and 11 W Lawson, of Abbeville.
Governor Orr visited the assen
Articles 3-to 7 inclusive of the con
stitution, rolating respectively to the
executivo,- judiciary, jurisprudence,
cminnt domain and impeachments
woro read and passed except tho
scoond section of article 3, relating to
the executive, wIlich was recomitted
to the ooimitto with iii.,tructions to
Parker moved Li.0 following resoli
tion which wer' adopted :
Reso?ved, That J J Wri.,h1t, D II
Chanberlain, J M Rutland,' Whit
temore, and W B, Nau:hbc bc
the "ice-Presidents f ithis convent ion,
who shall perform the duties of the
Presidct of this, Col vent iull ill tho
ovent of the inability, by delt. or
otherwise, of the PIcident t' perform
Resolved, Thait, when thi4 conmen
tion finally adjourns, it siall be oil
'T'uesday noxt, March 17th,at 12 o'clock
M., subject to theo call of the J'iest
Jfont, or thle Vice-Presidents, ini tie
order in whiche they stand ,if at any
Limo tile publ ic exig'encies should
demnand, provided, that, as soon as the
presidiug-oficr' sivall havo received
oflii niotiL'o of thre ratification of
this constitutionl by the people, lhe
shl.ml, - by public proclamnatioz', ad
journI the conlventioni siaw die.
Cmorley in troducced aL resolutioni,
which wvas ndopited , t-n'aishi regis
trars for rejecting negro voto.5r pull
ishied for folony during slavery.
Chambeorlain introduced a resolutionl
to aid persons aggrieved by t ho donop
Lions of (Jonferate agents to recover
dama)ges aga inst su~h agents. Refer
red to ai special COnunlittee of five.
TChe ordinance to investigate tihe
financial affairs ot theS~tate waUs adopt
WV Jobhton moved the following
re:solution,-'wihich wais adopted:
lesolved, Th'iat we, the nmembers of
the first (Coustitutional Convention of
South Cai-olina. greet their Pro'sident,
Albert G. Mackey, on1 t.he sixty-first
anniversary of his birthbday.
[Gr1ammeilr anId soutimwont equally
.Whitteomoro int.rodluced the follow
ing which was adopted :
12esolved, ThaIt ton thousandl copias
of tho Uonstitution of South Carohina,
as>adopted by tis convention, and tho
serlordinances passed by tIhe samo,1
bo published in pamrphliot form for
(1istribution among Llahoci mebers, anid
that an aioAnt sufliciont to >ay for
the samo, he drawn fronm tho '.Lreasury
of tho Stato by tho ,Prosident: of ti s
*N*awvIntesmaF..-IL s805 to ' us,
from Indioations, that next wook Now
.l:LmpshIre will set its seal--of' eon
dbmnatlon 'on. the. Radical. revolgti6ne
sata in'powet'. If' so, the reaction will
.be grotly accolerated, anrd. *0 inay
look forward to one of the most citra
ordinry- pliticaI arovlutiomna over
wituicosed ini this country.-Nuc Yw/
Mr. St,m!lhry RI ns-Ifix Rosi.atior
g .vt(.4 n l N Tl N i a r el-)s .-----A n .
Mir. 8t"anhery f'ormllally tendered to
the Pri'sidift .resigntiHoll as At
torney-Golner. I to-day. 'Tio Vrexi
dent deeided to acept t he resignat ion,
and Ut, a special ("!b-inet mueeting 11i:
it ernooni the fodlowing corre.,poti
delce was rvad :
"A rro n N E:Y -( I r.xH r.... O (trlce.
"W'.siNswoN, 31iiarchl i 1 la
.'hTruli, rt.s itnic:
"S-I h e1roby resign the Olfice of
Altorncy-(;uncral of' the Unite!d
Mtt, to lake AM i the :hi of the
errm r t mon ih, ofmc ,l il at - tO'hI:l
L'. 11. of t a1t day.
"I hazve Iy the-hnor to b) , with g
Mr. L1res:h-vnt,-W hVeM yo" HirA ex
pe.d to )le yor L i.lh that Ii : louh!
P11ndinl, ilil'eneil.ivt, I fel. an e .
barrassuni. growing ut of m.v liial
Vl. ition. I thlen saidl fthat 11thoun.,h
ttre dwur n'it lepore in y taibility
thlollwO IUPOcsaiyh W, 4,t 11ilWhili(y
betweell in uy acting ar Your oii el ii
mly individual vI,pa cit!y a:ld holding
at thef sa1no time ite oflico of Attor
n1 i'i ri, Yet aS Vh dlutis of-011-o
iOl ituhe a c e mstit enigtos"e all my)V
timne during- its progress, mly intenl.
tion would necee.sarily Le withdrawn
for an indefinite pi-lriod fromt th di
cbarg". of Ofli.iakl dutit.-: V9henl, after
11ur-her conls id t]-,(ioln, Leont-ilimld to)
feecl ilho forcec of Clhe objeut ion, and
,aid to you (1tha I could noUt consent, to
hold mly olico and14 att the Gune t.
g~ig ill your defelco, you wire
further plea.sed, in vivw of the alter.
native, to reitorIto your rlquest. tht
.1 should act as o of your eounme. I
do not besitito to meet your wisites
or 0o resign M Iofictial pi.ion'tIat I inn y
perform ai duty which. unlder the cir
talmstneOUs, seems to 11o of pa:'ambunt
obligation. I oncloso my resignat ion
of,tho vlo of Attornoy-001nrl,, andt]
of your acceptanc of it.
"I hiav iho hQunor to be, with jre:tt
11INR Y ft.ANnHERY.
C"Annis-rTOX. M01rCh 12, ),8G8.
"lHon. If, irg 1Sli,ry, A llorney Genc
2Y11 0/'''o Un1 dStales :
"Dea rit,--i colize the cirll ul
stanlecs Whicb seeu to IMake it proper
for you to lresign , aiplpreci.ito fully
your motives in doing so, ald with
deep regret ne(.-ipf. your rosignat,ion
as Attorney-Gvneral of lie Unitled
'4. a in, with great r.-espet, since, ely
A .-inwv JOHN.So.N
)uring the ..ion of thr,' Cabinwt.
at whihilli:? corresiplvd eie wns read
(he Aprsident npl"Wned 1r. llriwn..
ilg, 81Wrettary of the Intrior, to be
ieting~ AttorneyeneriaI. -//.w?
A -sal. Ah -A I I.4 T..
D)iscov LnlV.---Wile iitSOme workmien
were' teentl y utla king %ti hom ecava -
1ions ill th ne 10ighbiorhood of (Coryd on,
Ilarrison coirnidy, they camlle upotn the
peitified bodly of a man, perfoout iln allI
it1.01 ropLrtions. 'The iri ls, st ark and
still; wereu foldec.t upo,i the breast,1 andi
were as ftrm as the solid sLtno. it,
itas created a goat deail of C ox iitn
ii Ltat part' of the1 coituitry, anid hun11
dreds areo flocking to suo the wonder
ful niatiiu curiosity. Theii body i
ver'y lrge,- anid bear's umiis.tiaabb
indion t ins of 1hving bielonged to one (
of Lthe early races whIiich inlthbi ted th is
cont inenL. iIe was per1hapsi a mioulid
bulild(er, and1 lived~t, and1( lived and1
the~ Iroqitf1(1 had muaud themou the ir
Eior ~i orI ,ecomme:sli.I. --Laiborerls
were htiing t heml:selves yesterday at
t.hon etraI 1 an k onler foI~r '50, anid
(even as low as ?9.5, for' the year'.
These05 were1 ali ale ~-bod jied ii hand i..
Boys wvhoi got $5 pr' muonth lais;et ye:n-I,
hiire themselvestt for food an( tid cloth ing.
Weonea from the coun tr'y that 1.1 u
best filhl h :mlda; are'C hiing inl some1
many doClino to hiro' ntot il aifter thei
ltures will Gh thloms.olves without a
Ilhme, andl willI be put, to wvork biy Lthe
govormienit oni the publio wor'ks with
overotor1s Qor them. . uoh ar1c sinlio
of tho first fruits of ,hacobifm,lsm. Will
thio negroes lo ok' t' tllit inltolitts( and1
stop followinig tho' counsol of' advoen
tarors whio citro 'noi,hinmg for t,ho'rtin
thoy aro. caufsing ?--Mntfome'art, (4Ala
. The KCingd'the I-lian his~ s a
hagndsoni'a goleNatch to M. de lock,
Tnt'gomanstair'of Zele, on' the occasion of
hi one hnnetd and1 second bitthiday.
Thia:ug~jouti atill po.wussos all.h(ia. inl.
JAelluv1Osl f1ttml.ica ; hie is hionou11rVr jY?pre
AplInt,.of.t.h# Ioeed allottig tweluly; Jn
wa:lik; out flonnt, and! some[itimL attenidi
A he I itl aectg.
Ill.. 41\ to ux.'',\ eorrospolilent
wr"Mg 1.u n 0 From Par,;on Browltu$.iv
dollilion"n, speako of a .trange oeicty
haring the Ambe title, aOt whom
thore i., litile ol nothing know,, Only
that they exist. 'ihey are rIpresent
pid as beIng very. num11erous inl fthe
Northern tates, and that they origi.
tnated in the city of taltimore. We
(11tote below tho language of our vor
r'sponden t in respCet to them .
"What its object is, we do nlot, know,
neither does. anly onle, vith whoul I
have conversod. They are a terror to
negroes :lid luulch, thoulh they inl
terriupt 14) one, who do. 14t. olest
lie i. T hey ride at nigh(, and oftenl
(imos in the day, always dressed in
d isgu;Itise. Th i iforil Consists of a
caIp. .1 cz-li ) 'E1Wnl, and0 calivo pallts.
Thloir horsv.. aro alist) Covered, espe
einlly inl tlwir raiuhies <luring the
ay. T!hey are doubtless4 very liu
En,r'a very Youln..': ly inl thi.
Sloion hou nuele a Lunif>rm for omrne
or' them, :nd ;,oml" 11vo m:ale two or
thr.oo. Th"y woar 4 o th., nlegroos
ouit consoaly, for impfldlit talk,
&. 'he .d ug (f the 01ounty Court.
11;..i th )I!qrgr(l1 orders t,ofhoot
d1%wnl anyl of the "Kuxluix'', if'see-n in
d i,..Iske. 1 doll't, think any- of the
n14gr.14- will I.e foolish enough to'cal.
ry 4t the ordler ; if' they do, woo, un11
to negra flesh in this country !"
[:Aollroc C..ty ( A ll.) Eagle.
"Tilr. IVICUED LA .: w-m:F1 140'APA4
Pvu wi II.' --Th is was well illiitrat
ed when speaker Colfax solenoily and
it. .reat t'repidationl announced to tho
h.np fous11 en Ilursday that" SoVC
r:1 kwre itro-glycri were iyste
riousldy msigfromt Now York,)a
in,;wrmIeI hia, by telegraph. It is
in-vdhws to )ay that there was a groat
rnwh t o thIe Cl,; roomnddM lidtu(mul.0
Inlons, m1)ot isto adjou,rnl, (Cre tlioy
filllidd be blown up1) by ia (4 Giy Fawske
plot,) leaving the lilinp without. a
f111-rtlin1. It. is 11ot itrpr'i,lg that the
R llth)npwrs dhould he frightened by the
hrlowsof their crimes, m1l fear tile
aovengors of tIe thon0:mis 1 m41$ u r. dIo)v41red
lAy-thoil 1aline lllisdCda; but d'wI
.2L.-imed, '.'C t i - -yan ar do
injtooi munlc 1 0 i ine nplerat.ic par
ty' succes next fall, for any rear of
ha r from that q1ua1rter. Yut, thero
is "a day of' wrath to 0cOme,li", when
overy man Will b rewarded aecording
to his works,,and where they thit have
done evil will reecive the riesurrection
of dannation. No danger of Demo
erat.ie glycerie or Andy's layoncts',
bu,hawkurc .f c 14tmbo's pitchfidk I
A:o-rir.n rli'ai-r 0 ONr,.--The
mnanl Who d id tho praying for the
lWmisiana lisee!gfeiation Convention,
"having a note to pay, collected sOmle
two hundred dollars of his pny in'ad-'
Van1ee, and started for ia mor congo
nial cliimate, Ieavilig thet' Convelltion to
:r '"withoulft th" beIelt of' tihe
clry. %Evil commuinications cor
rlipt Td malners,'" and Iley also
hav a111h,leling bad tenidenlcy UPOnl
good iorals. Evon the clergy take
t1, steali l hnl ]ong aissociated with
theS ni aY lfliOil14. So intimlately
Is thi.s i dea becomle conlneced with
t,hat, of' modern government ollicial.s
that WhCnU aL tIem a11 W1as recntICy
iiistaken(2 for i'nre) of thesec peonsfll he
expre)Osed (consi.1doabl asXtonlii Oishet,
:a ud appeaM1led to t hose ar'ounld 11him to
knlow if hio really did look 1as th~oughi
llorgotf is living by steaIlinlg.-ChttaL
Theii paray inlg man11 of' iLuisianfa mlis
(cegenlatinig rin)g streaikod-an1d-stripod
isl a caripet-bag-bummeri, and14, liko al
niegro( w1ashI-wvomianlledii 4.4 on1 himi for
la'y foi' washiniig his dir'ty clothfesu.
4We are( fji hting I1laUckI 1'epubbean.l
isma ini the Nort ;i wIo ask yon of thoa
io Lo keea:p sll--to end4l4,C hut not,
endorse~4~ th fpower I tai l. - rde,
you4i anld rob,i us. WeO ha ve, as Demo'
cra1-1 people--nob2))( 111iter worda1. for the4
fpat. We are woringl) fhr the fu ture'(,
as5 m).r fo)r4,f) thieri <hd1. We'( ask2f you 10
r24i.'e c'.n-n ini'u-a2d of cotemn. WVo askc
'')n t(o endul Ie,1' to) live poor', tco obey such
haa as'2 2; are.in force, tif l)lming~ sense31 of'
ut la n-t will do aiwny'illegal one and1 114
u4 k bete1ne.Weak youl to3
l'a)ie for consonal)Vt.p1(1n mo)ro than f'or e'x
41)rt. if Yoll sed nothfihg to Newi
fGghl:td 1x4cpt ne4gro fntIngers shea will
soon) let y'ou al1one.
TPfm Day 134)ok saiys that acio'of ther
ufdtra-loyalI Mongrols have discovered
11hat Urant votad for- lreekibridge in
1860. Theb d'acove'y' gripes their bow
e'15 like gambhoge.' Theuy ni6t only ain'61t
i)e, but1 thoy. nimell legione of' lon
taild'rota.. Theiy reason naL(urhily' th'at
lhe do4,J. boliovo a'w'ord 'of afll ' p'rof(s
es of "It41alicali." ilo p)la1ys it for 11h0
icaOt.is badly off'as the boy whos' tioil
is* nievi to a bo111 til withia rope' and
. Wo on Saturday' .AaW' a getirtinma
just1 frlom) Was4hington, who wanited to
bet that Mr. Johnson will not be cons
;vleod. it it) lIJ)Om 81ntisfac1tion toJ
manlI itn the coutr1y.- li4Lchmond J)ji
-A Wild Womv in'Texas--An lExtraordi
'Phe Liberty (Texas) Ga;x(t1 is re
sponlsible fori the following:
In the Grand CanO neighborhood, in
Li.i3 Coutyqr ashot tim6 ago, a gentle.
min m th& dipths of the forest suddenly'
Cam1110 11pon t woman as'wiA' and almost
as fleet as an untanied deer. After a
.brisk clasqof's'n distance, the gentle
man (oil h6rseback) overt06W' tho won
derful creature, 'h6n sho halted, and lie
tounldI her to be a 11101ilul-sized, middle
n.ved, well forie'd voinil; with long
idark hair and clear bhie eyes. Sho was
m a state of nuity save a girdle of gray
msm a1boiut her loins. I o d n1 and
11lms were Covered with a beauitifill.
coit of' limr aboot lour inches long. Sio
WaM 111eh fri!ltenled, and s(eiled uina
blh to talik. blit. iim1.t have compreliend.
Vd . as In reply to motions of the
I-olemrit by which ihe soughit to ind[16'
hor to w mccmpanY himonm of t.he woods
h'.w constantiv pointe-l Lo her ovln for
est hoille. I4,m1al lv the gen:.l0man en.
leavierd to collipel her to go tI'f '
Le desilred by gting before hIer and by*
1 1 .."t mlinng gestures with his gun, aind
she bocolmi.nrg vinraged, seizel a club aid.
turned upon him with tho fury of a dc-'
moll, and it was only by the speed imn
parted,to1 hirsteed by ia liheral use of tlio
spurs that, he kept out of her way.-'
A fter driving ol' her purstner, slie rosum
ed the dircctui shb'l hadl so constantly
poited out, and was soon out of sight.
The gentleman followed, and after g6inig'
somo distnice came upon her iom1o.,
Three trees, staildingnear each other, in,
atrianguilar form, with tho slaces be
tween then' walled up with brush and
moss, mnA( hi- moss b4 -bet%w em011,0019
secie,o fronv tli rmilo l)Iast's of' wiihU-r,
anld C011111-at ively Steirl from tile pial1
less *Iirii. 'I' onlY stores that. wero
were a few nuts and some
four or live bushels of nb6rkis. Very,
w ilIStorivs of thi.9 wili wOmall l 1ave
been i e in the upper parl of the coin
try for some time, bult slhe wvas behoeved
to;bwa Ilyth by all except. tho11se V1h6
claime'd to have a glimpse of her. NO%\',
iovever, her existetice, description; an(
te vicinity nt l''ast of her whereabouts,
ih. eslablikhld beyond controversv. Hier
.ly. autu'e mt y I regarded as iti
t0O ranigof proi>0AbNfity, rsa concen raV1
effort, is being made to ihat ndi.
Tii. FAIi IN Ai.ii:nis.-A letter'
from Algiers, in the Vlai, of Chor"
bourg, gives some heart-rendimg dot-ihi
of the famine among- tho Arabs: 'Tho
At Orleansvilto I havo sd6i from 150'
to 200 of theso liewr wretches, scarcely-'
coverdd with rnggedLbhous, eating th'
heaves of the aMoe plhnt. the roots of the
dwarf palm, 4tnd the filty, fraginments
abandoned Im the treeo. I havo seen'
naft.iVes coii-'doivii'(romii thle mountainis
'with asses laden with dats robbed of all
in an'inAtanit by th'o failed Arabs.
The lattei I livq sen -nidgelled un.
'mercifully by 'nropana in order to
mako thei desist., and yet.' thdy receiv
ud tle 1)?)w widithout Beconiilg to feel
tiinratihr than 1 give up a single date.
At Relizinne, I noticed sliitted oi t,h1o
fool- I, with their backs againlst, th
.w:al, omo dozen A rab ciidren, tho
oblest, of whom could !,carc( ly be moro
than 'our. Witm i I vay children, I
mako a ii.istake; they were only skule
toils. Thein' legs andl atrIls wioro, inf the
most rigorolls ewanImng of the wori'I,- 1)0
more than bones covered wit.h shnivolle
od, skin. On looking at those poor lit
tlo thilngs, so frightfully shrunk. orio wiw'
att ai loss to know by what efot, ltiOy
could stand on their foot. I bough't, a
dozen pounid loaves and dhistriutel- thtomn
to the star'vmg childron,- bart' th'ib was
scarcely done when IP vhs suirroniiided
by a score of Arabil vuferatig fi' a.
shlaro. Om1ly with ginaat, diflienity"? d6ild
I get out from the1 ilst1 of the pM'do
wreohes, 'thei n!ltlbe'rs of whomfry'l
ifnerasell, an'i'hadf tiot' l&e'" for tIid'
assistalido of somec Europeans, I'do not
know whlat mnight have beconte of' m.
Scarcelyi had I got cl'ar of the crow'
w~hien l sawv 11hom fall up~on'te childhni
unid snatch away the bread wvhch 'I had
distributed. A't O)rat, in tb's' rMdlbl (of
the city, in front ol 'th'e IIotel do''LTri.
Vors), 1 witnlessed'thu most disghfiiig oi
t.hri'wni onit of- that' ettbhIhiment thd
of salad, anid other21 v''gotables, t he en3)
iirai!s of'fowl 11( an iime, and fil.k' of that
kind. Weil, oi: the oening I sp'eaik of,'
I saw a dozenCt Arabs fight1ing with' this
dogs of~ theo netighlborhohod over thisau
Tf1'ri5non IDAvts If lisw'OnrJ.l'Aps.
A&dispaoth to thte New Yoerk' i'ib/wn-'
staLtOe'that theoyioal" mont' df' lig*~
Ol-lo-ans aro ih- grbAt' ti'bp'idatidin'b'o-u
ea-use the fiMfnotn in' ''oo''y'es-'
to.day otk6ted'Mlll' .Jb'fet lJAvIA
to'ifatir.ih horior of' 06isotal'lkn:.i
cook, as they$ passed his .h.Ind(imartorar"
Moreover; their diabolloal iinteu'tlonau
woto- strikingly, niienlfosd by Wh''
fact that.only%ik' out of thie thirty'
tom)pp.nio.s iti- tlfo' pr'oceassio earriodh
the1 Uni te'd Sfates ffaug. Tho "Lrulj"
loyal"' nion; wo lire a%sured, antlelpat-'
bderoious trouble beceauso of" tliese''
A Cifiortia fuver is ragin hinl en'd
pblout Augnsta, Mtaine. Twenty four'
persons hIavO gatno from that vicintif.y
14 the golden Stato during the wook,
in d othees aIre preparing.to follow,