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H FAIFFIED HF R/.LD
'udi -.3041 Every Wednesday at
Wo . V- 3o-- - -1
_-'|. /IV1 AD UYA C R.
nie CO a ; un er, -1- 2,00'6
e - " < . . . ag
.'re, m'mkn- of.tbe Grand Jury of Faii
iold for the Mar Term.
TO .: . ?fonwr '. . fely, s*iding
a1 d Jury of F1.s[ fiel Coun
.y tpirm--respecfuly beg leave
ih following presenitimnrt:
.Y'Uwhittco wais appointed to rVt
.y report that'there are at pros
\ t y00 on 1 hile, 4 '1nd "', .1
tes, who express themselhel;
:.ifed with their proent con.
undifer tho tsupervision of the
$rv. 'Robt. Smart, and es.
- with the t'roatment tliy have
c J1 from the prosetC'Boa.rd .f.
A 11 farm ins attached to 11.0
a nwich is carried on chiefly
i. ed laborers. The garden I
Si~ J1 by the iomates tilemselves,
I.n a flouri.4ig condition. We
end that a(other houso be
for the more comnforta)o no
.. :dation of the intuate., as the)
. toO lctloh crowded.
-v -ervices of a skilful' jhysician;
D. Palmer, have been sceured
BY l ie ick.
h1 vo also visited the jail, and
harve ,'ouud it kept in as good condi.
tior j.s circumnstances'will alloir. The
visuners, four in number, all colored,
v. ' que tioned close:y, and reported
0 b nu. v. 'v fully satisied with the
tr 1t en1c they receivo. We. renew
tb% recowmmendation of the la.t Grand
JI ry, thti anoier'.iI be constructed
ah t'. rI)es''t one N i in'accure, and
pr: .ors .cannot be comfortalily
p w rcel in inclement weather. The
oxp ti.o to the county would bo all,
an - proceed.i from the .alo., of the
!N"( -t.jail would almost be suficient
S1.,I6 another in a woro retired
0 Of the County Con missioners
-- red hefore un, and made at full
i, of,tho affai s of the' 'Om6 y
'.o difliculties they moot with in
i.-rforniance of their duty.
SIe8ent every public highfway
i c: 'unty. Some are in al i
p~isable. condition, and all re.
-pro ctdntiori. \Ve believe that
I .ent Board of County Col.n
mnn )i itiars are doing the best the y
,,i. u-.ier tihol eirewMtancese, tut it Is
A.dia iipossible to compel the citi
Zooe ' the county to do road dutiy.
III . 1V instanceI, responsible nien
en -t h3 induced to act as overseers.
it-i i iaitte uteans are provided for
p ign delinuento. Every action
. -It veaninst an offendor before a
TrM Atic'o entail-4 an expense of
I.-:11 (14111r on ith' County Treunp.
0han the work is vorth. The
I butit dliniquellts call esipo wih .
jIn ty, 4.auises thoso 'who would
work cheerfully, to neglect
* I 'rat ire recenity exists for
- over Aalrris' Ceek, on the
1-a.:ahia, and wre recommnnerd that
O. a hZ(4ctd . Tno Creelk has been
he I i elow tihe presenit crosig
ha.~i4 bed hasi bien wished out at
tour feet. As this is a leading
coughfare, mauch inconvenlenee hlas
enI Oconsionled thereby.
We fi.4d that thlis year's tax of
~ ~ for counlty pulrroven, amoliunit
to :.6,000, is wholly intada quat t to
deaonds, e'speciailly as the far
I Jalrd (of ('orlii~oLc rs, aster
2 e (xpendeid hixteen thousndi~
ii*i inl il,~1 and nearly fifteen
eali doi~ars in I8HZ, lett'a'defiiit
eC thousa u.lld to be paid' by the
* eut lloard. Web' learn that thle
oIf l1 i nulls wans ortfered on the
.poiition that a hligh~way ta~x of
amoJ amoun11t, tould be colledte~tl,
-C ch upp-sttro ph rovedl erroneouihA
b.:lievie that a tax tof thro iils
LdL be amp lle to mteet all1 the wants
c t he coun ty, as the present Boar d
P n1 i~ieline. to pratico due econo.
We Iiiid that the retiring Board
I re guilty of las i1 b <xpend~litnrcs,
'd( recened ami14 piid for wrork donie
the0 miost imperfec10t manilner. Al
. olugh over t hirty I ho(usanld dril lai a
~o ep11ndted by thein d uring their
teLn ii f ofnice, they left behind bric,
er improvements, and those of
The bloard received pay for five
tho.anl~d miles of t ravel dane in 1872,
*n t be bnsinless of the county ; and
inot ai single memI~ber (cf tihe Uranld
a: ur, composed of persons froni all
part ;of the counity, hi is ever hoard of
their making an oflicial iit.
Wte recom~mend that a com-.
1rit'Oo be apfpointed, assitti by
'' expert, to examnino closely into
c'transactions, as tile limited timlo
iL e d is insuiciient to discover
''!neganties which wo believe ex.
'iLr limited tune procluded us8 from
m~aking that close inlvestigaltion inl
thi accounts of tihe T'reasurer whlich
-h'anmatter demanlds ; but subhl al we
could1( make was satisfactory. We
ijp(:nd three sltattnnts furnished by
imi in regard to receipts and e.ipondi.
*res for ti e present fiscal yea.r.
r t..ment "A" shows the entire
a.muut paid in and out of the Trenisu.
r;. tatemnent. "B" is thle account 1n Ith
d. County Comamissioners ; statement
"I'," the account with thle School
'lminliioner. Bq statement "A," it
evg ears that the eniormions sum of'
f.7',874.h0 was asseIIed on the coun.
..,r ti~xes duming 11he pacesent fiscal
S.when we are inlf o d that pre
a-. to 180. thle ti:XA fra aa
your, for all purpoe , nover a nount.
ed to wore than $17,oo, and were
u'uaily about, $l1,0U, whiicha lboulit,
was amply sufficieak. , I
We 0 njforred with' the debo6I Co P r
T1ils-iomer, nuid aI)raii itod a comminittee -
to exa-milne lis b 'ok. The wereo
sa i lied w ith the examina I in.' nl' f~i ri
a it was extended. The coTilit ion I"'
of the publio s,h ool, With a few I X. (or
,Oeptions, i. not tiatisfctory ; h .A % vd,
doI not iii:.k it is the 1Yet o *
the Con.issio,er. Ile state., 1,t IeI
14,s 'anly dilieulties t, CIi c i -h0j , "ii
in I i't failure of the S1anto T ., . r
to pay over the sbo. I appio;,io t dill
for the con' iy I), umo li I eta a oit p roi. ' P9
er per.l.-.- iu any 'COa .. C, *' jt -t "wo
Ave hav e C exa l .i. M4,4 tle ,i1 es .f f it
: he - -rI ff, (Ic k q th'ut r*, a mI ,- I . So
bate Judge, a11nd 11d heir t. ka S % 1 I
aji0i reatly kept. rd
e-ily 'ttnee .f the. Tria Justicca,
3luss'i4. Mackey, llan.thorna , aod
tu aytkin, #sulbmmitted thktir bookl(s to
etir inspection. These books were
well kept, and, Ds fUr 88 we con1i1
ju'iho, n ore true rceerds of the -pro
Coudlinfgs had in their, ot>utii. Jutiec
Mackey reports 0.6.25 its lines dute
the Count) ; Justice lawthorn ho lds
. receipt for ubout the lame A ,m . e
lrpmmg tile County Iriakiisor t Jtistice U
umupkinholds ai reoeipt fr $146 ' 1ti"
antd is htill due $7(O 'The other but
Trial .Justiues have as yet m,'de o. or
We would most ceverely censure
the practi:o tx:iUi,, among some of
tibe Juatices, of htirring up Hili'at'ion, uC
and entcrtaining every petty case for e
tie iost trivial offenso cauiig before ni:
thert, instcad of acting at' constelr v W0
tit a oithe peace. 'The !full number
of warratts ani11d recoglz.mices tue s
Sied, parties are brouglat to curt fir
from gre.at distinces, anid %%hen t it. U V
CaIo is brought to tliil, the whol de
matter .is e*.1e'd 'pni p.ymetnt of I
costs. i'as at heavy expeni4so) is en
tailed ion .the person I ayil-g the he
cost- (hh e iv ided1 laeeen the Ca
Ta ii. i Justlec and Sheriffur Const.ble, ) Ge
neither party derives any iatt.i-tiont, h
and1 no benielit Aerues to the State.
Should tile Gland .1;11y d iscaver an I
suqh cond net in. futur,; they wilIlt
p'otition 11i e arr fon to re Imk- the
v4 o'f the offenad ing J ast :ce.
lit obediCnO to the in:struolion fai
the Court, wo have summoned before
es every person holding a tovern W
li.I'nse in tihe Towa of Wi.nboro. itr
Tha n all ufirm thtt they have di.,
complied with the requirenmentts o eO
the law appeitaining to their case.
Wv are of the opinion that some care- un
lessiels exists !in tha issualnoc of liqior rg
Licenisen. to irrespmn ible pat ties Chi
through the Couity ; and we recom-nh
muend '.hat tibe Coity Cuoutissioner.
exercise ,more cautiou in ianuitg
theso licenses in future, se
Upon the stat'dnint . Mr. ou1
f. 1. McMDaster, Intendant of t
Winnsboro, that the citioim OW
are about to purlbase a Firt
Engine, we recommoed that a cite m, i str
bn *onstructed in the Court, 1lousWC
Vard for the protectionI of the pulilta
buildings in case of li -. 1 i, e-i- the
mated %hat a oisteria I'oldi. 30 md a OL
gallons can ie OQIstructe'd 'fr it '. fiC
mo'e than S30, and the ex.oute. a
wAoul be fully eompeusated by the rat
increased Iprotection affurded t tes
piublic itproprty- maii
We' abo~ find that thei School rs
tae's of Township No. 9, hsi~ed as .1
a Ssssmenut of one will for schoeol pur h
po.ses, aftor it had baetn deci.cd
agatinst, unanimnousaly, by a imeetingi Ge
of thia citi'tuus entf'ed to a'unualr t'ine
propriety of levyinag entch ia tiax. We'
cnsider this a high handed nasmp.
ton of authority, and we prceent the)
Trustees of To'wnship No. b, and li
niamo as wi tnesses, N. C. Rtobertson, for
T'homta McIinitry and 1i. N. Low-- an
[t hna been brought to the notie0
of the Granid J ury, infornmally, that. e"
gan~blinag, to a great extenit, exists in ba
thae cotninunity. We trust that thais is
slgtnotice ill cautso the proper .
autortfratobe iaubro on the alert
in repressintg it. deC
Woe have thtus impet fectly perform. S
od the duties assigned us, "andl takejit
this decasion to return our thanks to Co
the P'residii $tidge for his courte.,
sy towards 6w6 and the~ assistance
given us, ini the discharge of dui- ttu-.
duous labors. 6
p11I of which is bespeotfully sub- in
(Signd. I. J. lE ANS,
All .ked Veteran at Resd.p
The Rev. Nicholas Tallecy, prloha. Ti
lily the oldest miist or ini Sth Cia(lro- a
tin. n, nd notie moreo' noithily lovedaa
aniia onatored, dIted in ped~ee at 1his 00si
deiace in thais city yes-aeikay mitin .tri
(M ay 10, 18'73), at 7 o'ehi ok. I16 ha
wast borna May 2, 1791, hieing 82 o-f
years and 8 days old the day lie end.
ed his long and( cver il ran
coturset. Fathier Tialley hand 'been aT
faitbful1~ and s uccesful wa thman in im
t'ho walls of '/iona for 6 1 yea is, andai, ao
lesa few moanths of pirepainttiotn, ha ,
had beena thle samou length of time a b
thomber of the South Carolina Coni.b
forencee. T'wentty years (of tils timue
hie wais Presia ing Khar , te~elvye lie be
served ol StatioIs, 11i1 a on Circuits, hit
fourteeti on Mtissionts ; t he last inevenic
)ears lhe w.. LIn the sutperanniuatedlt
. IoIe wra; for nmany suaceossivo ses.
stn rcad itg his more advaced chi
age, elected as a Uelegate to the il
General Conference. lIi tis, as in 'j'
al th trusts and icterests htocom- li
worthy of the verdict of well done by h
his Laoshron. Fow indeed there arec
either as a citisoti, a Christlin or a o-f
aninister, who hiave loft a line of righttu
lif, so long, a. bright, aand oneo that)i
will speak uauro foi cibiiy to ths iCO
that maui vive or cLeuto after.-- Curo- fluo
kn,, an. o
EveU ScOU is-AlAIrimed. f.
Ex-Govornor t. K. Scott reirraked I
other day . lit the - reenee ot'a C
mtitjenit lepubliican of.this County, a
hi apparently cons1ideT.blo aqari, b
ii le d---d if Frantk .\lses and bis
i'd adllii* t1i iiOn t'lhl I Unt ily
Iiiiitratioii dId duriing iy four o
ira eitgn an Gove'rilir': and, yjthe
-iral I can Iruvo it." Ani per ,
Is (iovyrnrtIqr ,ott ja rihlit-anad as
wa 4 i t i;'' ou Meal himself, % b,
0 Siy VI'.I': .3M t,) i pruflig.te C
ndlithrift Iltil he'l e, is to-day
eth a cool 'hal rillion, or 11Moe.
tt atthe last.count only clannmed
-1nv 1" a 1 <;n1ar r f in'llion , f 'the 01
ae, i bio l e"xI p, i."--/-;,yef,.?l
-f I lf6X
WednosJahy Mornin, May 14, 1878 e
It. MEANS DAVIS, Edito , 0
F'' Corre'spnd.1ee solicit Ld f. (lin **erv
ioll of the voutiiry. '
ur cohtin are 11I,eit to nil lot a frev b
aissionl of' 111y priuiil.-.. the re i- a, ,
we are ini noo iv ly re! huntll le ,4r Ihlie iiews -
Tiniions of corris pond il '4 t
.'elegraphjic despatches repo t thit
.0rat1s Shermani andj w7 vard tec.siti
b~efurJ tire'A rin-adlibh
Cd comm-ision01 that 11"t'olibia t
)not liied by wt der, or b-y -.dei' t
liers."9 Whheor Coinb:~a was e
d by '6r de ne lins1r.' notI h'n ,'w 1o
trt)Cd by FedCral 'ale s h' t.
ks tililierately wi. lie k '. I., t
fa15.. Befote i nacing1l saUth -.P
- lid h recei-e It a le er A-lg
. alek p --iga wi. h iHat
irlemton itnd mo'm i ght i -
10 way be buried, to 'wich le .o0
,d that when he ,etered, ither of a
so eitic., i:8 Fiftet-n:h Cvrps, b
ild do the wmlk-,. and thit it. iever f
ed. Tit this Trps'neleriled'
can tetiy. n eiry, 'sort of
jeiei-ii a 'Ihny, inl every f,,rm of s
bol i.uL I in cendiarism, in cvory ape
3 of wranton dectructioni, inl every
>luhing robbery,,'in every Ont
eonus it-stilt to hel ple-s women and .
idren, in every net whi.:h . wokild U
-e mujde evhiii pt Vatidal lush, the
teenth nimy k orps. excelled. It
imed that every thief ani sconndrel o
side of his 'litonic Mj.ty's do
1ion hiad beceu huddled together inb
I lidyl bet <,1 the work of do
iction. And t hey brad a fi indecr in.
Mim Tectnnuch Sherman. r,
ud now lie deiies li. net. Al -
ugh his -lettets are on i cord*, ail
t.igli Gen. Hloward adumittd tho
t, abb*;onyh (en. Ifunipton's declia
ii has be.. n cot rob,orated by the
ti mony) uf al hIIVlo h2u.O beca r-m t
ncd to 1' ar n~ it neie, dI en. 5her
n tias thoe. i frot ery to deny that
sold ie ts but ned (Columbhia.t
W.e have, nll aliong, knowun that
a. Shermiani is uttterly v'oid or ally,
tinct of huma112.iy-hat lie was a
ld bauied b1 ute-buit .to did no
ievo thaut he would dliberately
.especially whlen lio iou!d tbe
mid out at i t. Btut lie has donle it,
1 that tooi, de'.iberat ely and on
hi. Ilerett fore Uhast Utklr has
eyed theo greatest totoriety of all
refaced ucoundret.i. But ti3 luit re
fading besi1dt the ris ig~ star of
nera l Sherman. With all due
fe-rnce to the airmy of theo United
tes, wo arcedoast2ainea to~ iliy that
G'~enrl cominauidigg i. the na a
Isummaut liar of tiw ig.
The Ccmmnitte (f Exenminadon
Th'ie Granrd Jucry rec(Imre:..d, tha:t a
!nmittee tbe oppoiintede to ti'''nito
otthe bootks( of the liluy d lisei.l
d Judge 3 ;achey ha~s ppintel d
ree of the .J urors, as s-uchi ((omit
:' ~i .1 ti.onity to em ip,iltio an e 4
it, and to repuort -in November.
ii is at movo1 ini the right diiteetiotll 14
di bothI the Court and Jury deservo
mmenlt idat ii for thei r ast ion. 16 e
ist the examinat ion wlil go tIh fur :
ek as5 is ne-ita'~ry,s i that the ii.dnIl
the peotpe w: ihi befa rest, a., to
et her the~y I Itv' e bei si :dled.
o exjenidi: ii. I for o (ituy vel~iO
Ja of dolhiars havt e been spent , and
the publ~ bu huidino, roads, anda
dJges are in a wrorsoe condition tha nt
3r before. These maltter0should
looked into closely. The peopele,
re lIecn pay ing money ini blind ly,
g eniotgh. They are determnind
know h1 w it tias been Cexeded-.
otofore, thrughi the S1tait, ofli
ia h.ave not been compeiled to exli i
th'uir b~ooks for publio inspeotion.
0 oppt tunities allowed foi stealing i1
yo been unlimxitoed ; and oflicials
vo fhot been slow in seizing thom- t
it whon it iis knowni that a coddmittee y
honest men wilt bo allowed to ex.
IL hohir accoutnts, offlciia w ill be.
po htonest anon of necessity. We have
thinig to slo with the question wheoth-.
ir Ua to k now wut ther t*Wg do steal
te biieve that Fairfiet'feI the firs
onty -in which a 'oomn ihitee 'O k
'itti<n h hbefn appointed. C If%
ther Cuutios will imitate ourex'am,
Il one of two r.<ults ili "ofll*.-.
it tier moiney will coase to disappear
t else some of the men now in 'ffic<
ill find thewselves with shaved head
rId .sta iped suite breaking stones it
to 'Pe'itentiory. We arp apy t
tUo 'hiat. we do not thiuk any of out
ounty oflloied have. been gpiity 01
aud -; but if any have, ;6e advise
iem to leave for ports uniknown ai
Ice, as pletly of Jarors can be foiuid
oth w hite and e ilored, who will gad
g:vo them their de'Aorts. Wo art
umirots of laving the mo tiont bt.
oi dd. iaitely, whether we have of
ave nlot b..,aa swind leid. The elnor,
oicaS t .rnditurea fur Ot.ttuty i,1.9 .
i daring past, years, niith tbercri
i resin s,.'a-muo;k trongy! of fratut
e itmtinril neglitie. t lut we Iin.
wfilt our v.rdiet. unti ile coniNitte
at-. Ir-t th vom a.ittve rehainem
r LI At tihC w hole &iiuI ly is anI2X1ors
aw Waiting the re-ult, of their isnves
;iuns and eipects n'T.d int-x
udlive ir port in AIo.rember utxt.
The necrology of the jit week hal
(eie iemamkrable.- Prhaps ot i
rnr period, base the diath of
i,-y distinguished El n eou rvuji
n u. ahorc a space of time.
The ist on the list in ti it of Ex
verur Orr. Ile i.d b-ut ju.-: -en
Id urpon his dutieh a., ali.,i-ter t,
si, itnti hl .w-is s i.. jl to Zup
t:11a1rd the King t. Teirrs
"vet nor Orr w1.1 a 11mn of saignia
biity, 1:nd %%la; Ia Power. 1n4t oily it
e State, but i.a the UnieJ S:ate,
t oie titte ire efjo)od th'e, lsg1ig0e1
niidenae of his fellow-eitizens ; bur
is conduct since the war,aietd
-111 him nuany of h %II waIi)e.
'iends. lie however partitaily rq
cimiad himself b) his fight agains
to lo'es radicals during the h&
Chief. Ju-Iice ChAse UWs6 died lasi
'eek. lie is too Well hroovrA to the
eople of tihe Ot.it'ed 9 tes to requij c
notice. IJe apid many years fur
ie l'residency, but like Cliy, Ol
1.nn11, %%ebratcr, aind severti other
uir grevest l1e111 wias 'ooalie'd hi 'dis
Literature suA e'aIence have ab
em called upon to grieve tie losas o
ili ient s8evurts. News 'bas jors
al-ched us ,t.at Caupt. Hall; *hid se
til in the Polaris, il a of thi
Iorth Pole, died ofaioplexy, in No
Cember 1871, in the froken Arctie re
ion. iuch aras Ok'pI'eted of this ex
edition, na every tcec:-sary prepara
ion for success had been mrade
Mrn pe1aa~ 5 de nounti-y lost ii greoat
r benmefactor than either of the othe
brea men, ian the deathi or Prof. Me
nuTey, of tihe Virginia Unriversiity
lo hasd, forr many y ears, bcen enguag
d in thre cause of education, and i
xcelientNl io. Wtjders ar~e famriil
ir to every household in Lihe laud.
D)espatches also .report that th<
'pe of Itome, and *.akes Anmes, o
.red1it Mobilior, areo btha exgeeter
odie. Tl'ie Pope is1 a gvrnjt an
ddd ilan, and die trust his life wil
e spared. Aa) or Oarkes doies, u
oje hre will harv ti.uo allowed hid~
or repent ance.
KC'agg, tthe uturper'ol Louisianf
e l~cr meeting his cud at thr
arids of an1 inftuiated taxparo
V0 would also saay b-t ii repent
dai then~, tire si'nr.. he leaves thi
n utry 1-phere the better for al
I're chienitof the Grafid Jrij.
In another column~t will be fouand
uirtio 132 t thec presbs.tmarnt of ti
'aud~ Jury, at tbe piresent teim
hurt. 'Ibe ,'prekefi uson't is full all
'xaustive, exhibiting matiks of a
sident desire on tire part, of the Jur
o dlo their 61it~y *faitfully rd imbai
ial13, cnmmeb8ing tho6& who de lerj
rra ise, sand nr6t asadug those~ whios
ndanet has been reprehen~rsible
Ilhoy ttroched up)on thre poo.r houstl
hre jill, thre roads Uind iOfi.~e, taxe
'd &#pendr iutb, tire 'Itrcaaeur'y; t1
chois thre 't idi. Nat ices, liquor li
errsesr, rind gaaiblinag leisides onie c
wo minor matters. We are pilea~e
o see thiat the tfoor H~ouse iS *el
nanaged. Charity is tihe nb'blesi
'ituea; and bh/aritable ilk'litut tor
baouid be lberkiy maintained. Th'i
cot flagrant out rage of the preset
it ate regimnh is their neglebt of boeev
ent inatitutions: The finnatlo an:
ther Asylurmi, have been miserkbl,
~opl tip, and money' directly appri
arianted to them, found Its way int
hre pocket of that thieving ring tha
ioted in Coluumbig. The ehdtraete
fa govdrnroeot 6art aifrays be tii
erued in tlie conditloU of its elec
aosynary institutions. Judging b;
hris oritor ion we believe that we hay,
:eoud andc effioient ounty Oommb
sioners. Our good opinion is con.
flrn d by the omplimentary report of
avorable tuS'tilon is also made of
the einduct ofall the proeept County
- oIMoors. It gives u'great pieasure to
s%e this ; and although we d'iffer in
politica, 1 s toto, wilh m6t of these of
I "foial, wO.Ye happ to oonlmend tbheA
i as e~feient public servants. Indeed,
i it is. puliarly refreihing. in these
days of appalling official corruptiun
F. and icom petency to fid souotiody of
wbu we 'Cau speak : 'goed word
The people are eo ho.art ily tidk of n!i
way a)1ving to lid Inult, that tLey
eAgel If seite lulf f to lv
s 5 nethitig go.,d .Tno It a dijaf-, ha .
- i- tei ly in veoiy id~t ogua ir'et t'ii: it ole'r.
a Coe f Ih C seorv.a.t'i've 'elesent of
the Siate, when tI'h-')TVt is th-ar, here
t f0'e, they I .v. doni 5%o!ing,-ar c,
Iy, that canl be too toverely oens e'.
I Who, ever roue t:eitl, a litti- bet
t r than the vest, does up-pear (i'the
tburfs', We i-i j nj i nN i lreiy !a'd-ed
not', perhaps, for being a'Ose 'hone4t
but for being le.s corrupt. T t the
It die 1 s.i ty give -a 'chance and
-p miil mvy sometiiing in: their favo'r.
We asc th'hu tO try and be honest for
auhile, if only tt' Oro\' wh'ther we
are eiptiou. and inoleraut k not.
Tse titnth is, there are but twe
clan-es in the State, now, in politiec
'knl in 'pridti- life-honeit mno and
thieve$. Neilber a INino-ritc no'r a
itpublican skin, wil'l l'Peea the vi'l.
1,in1, wl.ile both Il e sulli.3iently th i ii
to :uffer hontesty to ahlow it el . A
Anais c'PYteity f,.r steamlink in n'rt
hse dre d bv his h 0y. 1.y or d'.)oynity
at.d 'i csi'el''t 'f .sty, Tud the hso! i
of mLcal equality are abswys uiked tet
divsu publicu atteiatio fotni Soule .:Iu,
pendous fraudl, or mneaking vilLAiny.
Ve 'cbefully ans1noun, that Fair.
field hass teen.cre'm:srkably tree froi
this far spreading torruption, nodi ti'aI
lafth on her tr'easury have alwauj
been prom'ptly paid t'n presentation"
Of course, Lechool certifientes have no I
been, paid, but the fault lies with the
State T, eaburer. We trit that Oul
phalsi-nt oil ials 10ll cm tinume to *deb
serve comm endutlan.
r Jd'er a new ntamne, so cnlled; '
Leard iomrc aniious in1quiries rog r
re'ecipt tor the old faih one'd 'eiioei
salad', wili'ch the ladies prepia:d fu
the Fireuen'au Bull. \Ve fitrhi.is thi
folloitiig fOl ah 'eeellant h10Uus
"Boil very it n..irly rt 'l1 growr
fat fools and wiiib hot, 1i them ani
ronjoo all the fl.sh faron di bonicS
When coLl, chop n oderately file.
Strew oer it about a te'IsIooniful oj
alt 8%ube o b misdo of five or si:
eggs rulbbedi to a flue paste, with Si.,
tasbluspoonfuls dif eweet o'iye oil
twulve talsdoih of sharp vine
-g-ir, one tabk'eoonfuls of mustard
'hiree tatblespioasful of salt aud ont
Steaspoonful cayenneppr. li
t orougbly the ingredients of sautce
Three fine heads of let tuce out mode
. ately floe without bruising and mix.
od with thelciebo and sauce poured
ove th holre and mixed. Pilo 0,
a ihad smooth with a knife ar'i
~arnishs with four hta-d boiled egg,
I liced. (grating of bo llani al
little cibow chow pic(113 aie qluito' I
' The matngers sent ingredients ii
the foltlowing proportions: Two fuwih
three rounds of msustard, hsalf bushe
of lettuece, one quart of vinegar, one
quarter uf a tiourd of bhiok. pepper
one dloien egg. Trhe.Y ni li mtk<
money ont die above reoeipt.
WE ewould defi the follow who eatfv
pouends <tf " Lettces Hqsh." so called
e at the bt'tl, to eat thatif muoh of the
inalfadigei-a hash. 4*4
. . cosirjtsiCATED, :
't Pturtunt Montes, et NIascitur Redibiv
y his Itlus.
e My attbnuoion acben ariiwn fo
o conumusfetion in your last iss,
.signed 4-Firemeon,"~ and idlasumuch a
, it is calculated to convey a faise ftt
a ptesAion, I desiro hser~,with to niaki
eA stafemient whbich Is subst&:ntia1ied 6,
the facts of iiso e'ase, aned whnich doe
r. otnly siiple justice to t1.s0 parties, con
LI cergsea. It wnd generally tttde6'.too<
j that thto danoisng wohild begint as so
f t's dhe bodlpaty b-oke raiild in thi
s alf, and (ieo ar rangents were
e made accordingly. But it (lid no
t begin fur eight or ten minutesi thereaf
.ter, allowing every one sufficient timt
I to hunt up a partu~r. 'J'he Eaud con
i tiitued playing for sorne time afrei
- he Corppany had brokemi ranks, going
o through one wholo psiece; Should th<
t danoing havd beeff de-layeid tt6 suit diu
e 60tikenience of the lhand I Aftb'r thb
I. dinpatty reacised the ilotel, thi
.. batd could have cased playing, and
y bieen on time for the first dac. They
a preferred, however~ tQ play on th<
-outside. Utit the balance o athe a
semblago preftrred to open the dance.
It is *idioulorjs to pay that the uem
bers of the Bund were trea'ted dideour
to Suely they do noUtargate
to taheiselves so ugph con1denfce as
te protume that they:- axre the ehief
feature of festive occasionu, and that
every arrankesent should conform to
their convenience and pleasure. 't
wpuld.ieem to me that somebody has
failed most miserably in atteinipting
to make a ruountain ou'A Of a nol.
hill.. . ..:
ONE OF 'IllM MANAG IERS.
S-r PI-:T F.:'etlt?nt, May '6.-Lfon. Yas.
L~eUistn d 8'.:tes- M iiniter t6 'Rus.
1,diedzsiblemly 1,:,t nlight lit, his r esi.
4ensei in It is eb v. 't'ir e- i e o1'f ) a
.de.t' a.. m .a ima'ira of; t t~- I 1A. 4,
fri whicjhe h'ad lufired t a bairt
th'tte. '11m 'urlexpected death has
ho.wd pegleral feeling of sbrrowv at
M ion), May 10.- Reinf..reemerjthn
iavq eon snt. to the i :nhf h itro'i p
at Na'varre, w hudefet d the Curli.t
epomt n utlded by Dorreg ty. An f.
WaI reget of the eng:.gpett ,inys six
lepub'.i4xan' s were kilkd aU!d '!4
B!drd Shrd in X Orlen'ns.
NiA:w OU.p.As, M-ay T.-Gov1'ern'Cr
Kellogg wat, si.t. ini t',e nieck t,)daly
bytotame unkinown p;itty as 1.0 was
abou to enter his cairItago ut the
la inga Mougan' Fe'ri v' lie hadt
-jat tejpp'd f .1n. the Po'it.
Ili coudition is n ot k'nowi at. tihis
Nmrw Oit I. ::' Ma) y Y..- T ;I. .
in. t 4..:1, a M r. J\ . .
ciim:: '40t -t tbt.e , A tbill M.\ ,
pu -b A 1, r 1 at111 ::
Ke w-g: t i at him, btit, .i . not
are a 'cowardly, awtndn, us r piIling
c'utidle, an'd it you wilt stand like
a aTana will trvat 3ou as you do.
seive" Kell gg made no auswer but
turning prettrmatuma!]y p-ilu sprang
iitto the carriage ; at. this motuent a
P.Stol lot was heard tiad Kello .
uantly pleeed his hands to his hiLad
and cried out, "'Tako tue hotne, '
1410t !" Tho earsiage immediatd.v
drove Lff. It was impossible td I-.
certain vihu fired the shot.
WASHINGTON, May 8.-A long des
pttch wai received here t is foorn
ing for the President fiou Ootrnor,
Kellogg, giving a detailed acount of
affairs in LouisijuA rnd the occur
rete 3csterday when the at-tetupt
was made to asedesihiat Gpv_ .IelIg.
Immediafely on receipt of ,the, kAes.
patch -a conisultadjotL was held be
I tween Secretary itobeon, Gen. Shet.
man and AttorneyGenaer.al Williams,
at whioh Seat6r:West.. was. prorpit.
The situation ii Loiia,1nna was,fuly
diucussed, the d eion . laating over
aun hour, and at it.- ouaion a tle
graml was seoit (Qe~u. Eamory at New
Orleans, inforninug himi that, iii case
he needed .it-e, troops to enforce
procc.ases ofjh U tod States Courts
- anid otherw,1se.ary out instructions
fromu headquarters, they would be
i fu-niahed isnmediately upon bis re
r~iiition. Thela intrtjotions under
wichi Gen. Emory i nowl acting wvill
nit he clh'anged untt il the re trn of
the P'residenat WIl-en a cabinet meset.
ing .wi:l lue held and ali the ifi .
inut1ion relatinug to Liotisiana aif.1 irs
vil be' preentedu for di-eu.ion wiche
iti ex~eeted will resault iln vi,.:orous
mlealsurejs being adipted for the res
toratioun of jae~oe anid quiet to tlhtt
, News l lerns. t rb
acere that lion. ~.XkesAmewo
'stricken tie a uddlenly Wh pii ar.. lysis
last unight, dlied at. hais residence at
3 North Eastoli thit iorning.
Ar.niA NY, May $. -A local prollibi.
tion hill, niot ece( ptinig eider or leger,
haamassned thle .8ena'e.,.
. frs. Genera! Canb~y .is i'edy
,Four apflia-ltionslhaye 'irdady boon
lfmade fo r Urr's p1deo, including John
M. LantisIou, cu'ored.
bAN Funsa:aset May 6.-A faim.
lv, Caissist ing of Ma'ber, aauthcr an~d
. three childrett. on thu L-toeimer
Nevaedit front Liverpocol, (lied, exeft
the miot her. No diseaise Kboard df (he
Nr~w Oi.p...ra, M.iy fJ-.-Th~ enc
e (romn bt. Maa tin'e avid tidoptit
a pa rishes btreates siivuoli e:loi I'tr'eat in
t his ei tv. It isi underl!1e,t od a al ma e..
nt vi a .a foot c to i/o thue polica:st-.
i:t . Thai~(l~reD po1:9ep.
I fo eementeof &t ~iropchI tans left
3 thtis mning hf St. Mdartinaville.
W ~VSUINoroN, May 6.-Captaih P.
M N. Hbehry, a grand soti of Patriblk
Tlenry, died here y6sterday. He liad
bocih a mian of atleatns; but had been
bronght into reduced circuvmstances
by the war and at the time of his
death was serving ad a watchiwan in
the Treasuiry Depfirottiht.
CAfh iSt-ru Oy TwNi JitF My
-Not a sot has been fired uihoo the
26th. A large fire is aeon where
Thomatl' cornmand Wasn statightore~d
about five miles distant.
Ng'in Yonyr, May 7.--The rotion
for a new trial ini case of Edward
Stokes has been dentied by the gene.
Iral term of the Supreme Court.
NOrrnT E XASOH ASS. - M . -
At thii l.ouir, 9.30,.a. 01.141ui1. (Oakoes
Amesi still lives, but death is hourly
N,.w YonK, May, 8.- 1sepe .Vas.
sos, touhnSel fur.tokvs, tv.-day reic'i'v.
V1d an .pUonDIobo'ietter aaying r*as
his life, w8 i dI' ger if.'h'
continues h'is l trts to releaso
Mordeuti tnd agio McCarthy fote. t
a .dVel :bput ;a 1a-0y. Buth were
wouUderl; M1or'4eni probably 'fata11y.
Tho ,wC0oiids Were '.a. nte d.
L Avek U4. g, .1Iy, .-Th~o Mvdoes
capturrd at g-utenuaster's train of
three wan-ia. elo.ven mules and three
.1061rses. Thr'Ce boldirs were w.ou-d.
e l. ..
LAv. B)qs, Mity 8.-Se;cral large
l 'hts are b1A 'g iin CuptAi1 t sek
.arnI., They.or a e'y'idont y. Clebraut.
ig thetir victory. Geo Davis at..d
ist..ff l't, i..l ador an eCe ,rt o' Lieut.
Miller,ad a decah of the h.,t
L Ei -Twp se'lawY, sent to re..
Cojglnoitae, report that Captain .a..k
tlaas le f C e .-'A ittn fr-a ml w ai,-h ho
Iaiae the figl.t o thi 2611h ultimo.
'lo culby and the Warm Spliag
Indians have been o,-dered to rcour
the lava beds, to iNd the Mfloets.
Th11e tr(ops havo been .orem I to
mamec, ih l five . days' rit lions.
The indications are th.t tho Modoes
h1ave evacuatetad the lavI beds. [C,.
uuwdr11- N -WIenI an e1 Whither 1]
LAva 13:8, May 10.-The rLeUmilns
f Lieutenanet Cran.toui aned the other
hIissiug soldieis were found among
tlIa rois. Lieuteiaut lart is is sink.
ing. All avinble horev.i will to*
be eimplsved in hunting the Modoeis
Ad the' outry. A guerrilla war haa
u.:::m..d. As the Mulues are wel
.aed, it Almay couti..ue "ll 6"j
L.1 RoCK, May 10.-A cap.
c ze I Cei 1sILLo'tfi'er has peach
Ui ; he :b a buiyo inmber ol'
j; C .d, rie t til1
S-r. T.Nf , N. 13, May 9 -To (fit
Shate lP-pur imni, War hlYon : T he
EnLglish Satling, bbip WuhII US ha1S just
arrived, aid I eports that the st camcIr
Tigre.s picked up, on the ice, at
Grady llarbor, Salvador, on the 30th
of A1i ii la, t. 6 ft cen of the 0 cW anId
five of the Aquimaux "f the steamer
Polaris, of twe Arctic expedition.
Capt. Hall died L.:st sumnur. 'Tho
Tigr-sa is hourly cxpected at s8,
John's. * .. ..
(Signed,) F. N. BI \150 k,
United States Cousul.
WASHINGTON, May 1..-Des
patches indicate that Deallacho
has disappearcd from before St. Ma',
inTiyjle. Three ffiore cowpaiiq of
'dcralh havQ arrived at Braaliear
Eater despatohes confirm the evae.
uption of the Java beds by the
Mdoes. They have forty horsed.
Later dopatebesconfire the death
obf Captain Iil , but discredit the
luss of the Polaris. As far ai kiown
no lives lost.
WAa DF.PAItTIEN 'r, May ,]
-Col. Emoni, of New ()rlea ns : I f
the United 8tates M.arrshal finds it
necessary, in the exeoution . of the
proess, ,to take posses:-ion of bieite or
other means of tranprtao;ad
apks. assistanefom t'iou, or tEl;lits
t!he troops wich.o at e slrcedy ordered,
a1 parllt of his posste, to ari:,0 1,i ni in
such seizure, for that plurpse,~ all
r.leensiMary assistancee will lhe given
him in ta k ing pasbe-sIonl andi lied. -
ing and u.,ivg~gho ,,a~pg., ($ji.ned,)
Ac:ileg Seergtgzry Ap' War.
AA!Gmjoo, May 10.-1he Pr sesi
dent leaves Teyday. .l1e will not
naet~r the 51p.,->itifhekt of a suicces.
nor to Chief Justlee Chasea till next
lyinter. it was nlot thc init entioni of
J Ld" Chanse to tako his circuit this
SUflIIerA, andl the Prei.;duet des'ires a'
egniArnatio by1 13 the Sento before the
no019 Chief.Justice is sea ted.
.Kollopg did not make a ~onxstitu
tional applicution to theo Praesident
for assistarace to supepress the ~iniur
rectioni. Th'le Preient has no'
knowledge of such applioationi.
NEW YORK. M~ yo 10.;l.,Te Gentral
Railroad will pay3 $400,000 to
Colleotor IBailby under protest.-.
Leugal proceedinegs wvill be ooeed
for its rostorati,e4to the oompany.
Pont.i' -PtNE May d.-150'
hiou-os were burnod and six person'i
CINCENN4ATJ, May JO.-A tornagl
eight hiouses, a church and fivo storo's;
it pass'ed over a number of ix torfots
to1wn.e pero.'trat ing ,trees add fenos,
.S'r. Liotui, May I 6-Ten 6'ompanu.
ias lnm he rfog abou d00j t'ler comn
nJ of (.donl F'linet patssed here
Iter t he lava beds1.,
'.z M~~. a ,!zy 1I..--The factions in
yermis the swveet prticipe of
osils n At. It is maede by bUiling~
lwihlithacr;!l anld water unif i to
nlil ea ad thle oil are convertefi ined
lead salts whichi are inisoluble; dh id
the glycerine romains in soiution;
Nitro-glyocerine is pro'pared by dis.
Aolvigglycerisio in a mhixture of
equal mneasutes of the stronigest nitre
and striph tiri6 add, previodalhy cooled,
and pouring the solution in a thin
streaiii into a large volume of water.
'.the nitro-glyerine is then precipita
tbd as a colorless heavy oil. In rt
cled vessel nitro glyceri'ae exploded
at about three hundred -and sixty
degrees F~ahrenheit with great vlo
The two things whxich make thie
most impression on a man are bid
I frst boats and first love.