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VOL. X.] WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNiJDAY MORNING JANUARY, 27,N18. INO;35
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TiiE CIIC '.G' PAIMF11-Iiioli SC.AN
DAL-T11E TR' K SToRY OF THAT DO
Ont tihe 9th of Decomber the Chica
go Times tnd tihe New York . un
p ibizmlid what purported to bo a
recital of a spiritel d-omxostie episode
inl tile history of the families of Pot.
ter Palmer anl A. 1iounore, of Chicago
-the latter the father-in-law of Col.
Frod Grant. . ..
That repiort was iighl!y eclcred,
and it,at-'ratetid ite dolirgted attu
tion (if se ki.4dal lloniger., but When
he ti aith caij out it proved to have
%t cry far fetehed, s oing so fitr
evell z to hay tint. Paliner zetually
kept his wife a printoner under look
and key f a Io'ur daytj to preven t her
visitig her parente, Mr. anud Mars.
ii to ro. Prom a friend of ihoe latter
i,11nmily-now vihitiig Now Orleans
the writer has learned the circium
o ances (f thle o-.se, and ai a matter
of iinterost, ie. ewith prebents aU U.
rittoll i l eof : .1 -
Ab,,tt Lwo) 3 ars tigo, Potter Pal
inelr inatitied a daughtet of .Mr.
1lnore, then one .of ChIlicagu'S
wealthiest citizn1s, and as her wed.
ding portion tic. bride received from
her ituband (nie mniln dollars in
hard cinh. Lnst immiler aMc. fIlonore
inet with iSt.n finar.cial reverses,
Uhich sw.pt away hi- entir fortune,
1a1d inn tHii.. dire extromity Mrs. Pal.
tn;er, like a fai-.hfu1l daugh1,0ter, 0ame0
to the Iescute , oflr bxparell and
not only declarilnp herself ready to
1-11npourt them, inivhtel th1nm to live
ikt lior husIan'i great h.tel--thu
aIlilner 11oll e---Ire of' c .
Thi 1 arra ingem n il t, however, waVs
mando without th kno%wledge of Pot.
ter P3., who, althoudh aware that his
tInlur-in-h% W..s nfin.nCLiy rekdUCtd,I
tihnnght that he had saved a few
tiekels ant ilit hie %n wask paying Is
boa.rd ont (A li own bink account.
It etemurs that llulioro, besidcs ac
a pting hii daiighter'.% bounty a,
SUm1ed lmtdly airs about hin son poll
in-lan w 's hotci, andi presinui.ng pon
his fa mily connnfectioln, frc(nently g,iva
the very pronounulld impresoin that
he wa te landlord of the estblishn
mn11t. This st, 1,3 of condiuting af
fai's pIe1n0-1 7not thO hiig-aStnAlung
'a11111r, and lie helitated ot1 to
beardi iiis father-in-law on divers and
8muadry occaioi.s widi ebul itions of
scntioleut that rsumlted inn ia lively
warfare, Caild which bred much strile
,d co"1em, w%idhinl tho f"lmfily.
i".h1iner wa-., however, sand t. b1e ex
ct dingly lib-era towari the I noro
han fi, land n the occasion of t
mai . fFied (Grant to Ida
lljnr, he gnenusly fo.otd tine
bill forn I In Aon 09 thne br idie's trusi
hCean, bunt maid 2.'a all tihe appnint.
mnents fnnrt..i.e I. the.*weddning~ cere,
1. only, amn* I .utinig b th -a rggrega-o
to ai cost of in nany thonnus.a id:, of de.
lurs;. lIi.vinn thuas nean tine hatnd
somen tin;u, hie th.nnnghnt ihat, ihe hadl
i.ncnd for huose!,ct. :iu,d bn.s a .elaitm
unpoin tihe coutrtico as coJnsie r ioan ont
thne ihtJnno pa:rty, butt lo, when:c tine
wi ddli ng in vitantnin were .is.ued, it
was di.-euveredi th:..tia 'niece of ?'i .
I'lmter's was not iincludnedi in thne list
of' tine favoyniredl onlO5, bt fora what
reas..n uas Innt defntetlj me.ir.ned;
for' v when Iianr in czei'ttd wrathn
(d manided aun expnlannaion, therne w~as
voucnltn fedl him inonti othert tin tien
alssnnrtion t hat th1e lionres invitedl
onIly btuch as the'y chnone tno-nlhhlough
i-. was iSnt imna.ed thnat thne etrima of' fthe
..ndn of' winichn Fr'ed's br nide-a it'l
very) hnandmne girl- h.id bieome a,
*:nefully ennviotns thnat tlhe sought to
.vn cnk fher satisf'uet ionn by fora.ti'dinag
h in v \L .tiotn.
Tl'nh. Iincoh nit widenedn tine breach
etween i'..i.nntr tnnd IIwanom , a'nd tine
,v ct1111 ehharnd, whnen later on--n
- occ:asioln ofthe1. rent.url to Cicago
thenewlIy wedghed parnty , a ttended'.
ita t I ainn o* fi'e is - !'otnor C enagaged
out, I we'nty r<on tns itn the li.'nnmer
uOe, and ina ilCel tine cItirrt p.'ry
lia,ke n'a - tn htme t hnero frnee of
Irge, wai.o theays romaitined ,in
l inureeily upon P iner's ihea-ing of
'n lnn niy fn eck, hec doenmandeod to
w whoi wans ton Cdt the bill, and
in fonr Lthe first tinae' learned that
wife, had inot oniy beven paying
board of lher' parn ts tibrinig thirt
at, tine P'alr IIlouse, but that
too, was to paiy f'on that entertaiin
it of' lred Grnatnt and i regimecnt
trnnv,-inng ~ompnanionns. To say
* Wt,uer P. wats mad would be,
*g a tajino expression--hle was
---and heo swyoi. a big o t,h that
hning wast played 'ont, and that~
-orQ would hnave to p~ty Iis, bi.nard
.-% (ollowed noved a lively
row, even for Chicago. Mrs. Paltner
took up the oause of her parents, do.
olured that her money was her own,
and that she oo414 Aipport her father;
with'it,'or- throw it into the streoets,
just-'as it pleased her. Palmer rose
up.i.n his anger and said ho wouldu't
stanld it. flonore pero and .mere Paid
they wouldn't ' stay under that.
roof another minute, and away they
went, 4ag and,baggage, to anl opposi
tion tavern called tbo Grand Paviflc.
. Mrs. P. 'doelared she, would leave
hor lord, but be vowed ale shouldn't
and that furthermore she shouldit
over vieit her paren.ts, hut subscqient
rllecotiou urged- him to raiso the
e-luitrgo,'and she vioits them now,
although the feud between lonoro
anI d limer is.s.bitter as ever. The
assertion that Palmer iumpri.>ed his
wife, and thtat he had a knook down
fight with Fred Grant, was a bas
born-fabrication.-N. Y. Times.
The Pope's Daily Lire.
- One of the ortracts whiah is mak.
ing the round of the press at probent
is a sketch os the d;.:.i life of tho
Pope, written by M. Berntdillo from
(fkt.i givon. by no. less watchful an
obdervod thau'the Alet de -chambro
of Uis lHolincai. One of the Inv-l,
interesting featured of the -Pap!i -
ography lire giyen ii thn ceti: ,a.
iowed :upon 10ho particifara of hiis
di.et [.e rises at 5.30 o'louck, win
ter' or s;ummer, and apends three
hou,'s and a quarter iu pra3er, re.
ucivitig the Sacrament . and visiting
the. chapol wh0cb (ottain a feagiment!
Uf th'o z'tri 0:oves, ancther of. the; erib
f Bethlehoin, sonme tet h' of St.
Peter, and.a piece of. the skull of St. I
John.the apvolsi. A basini of broth I
ind a cup of eoffee at 8:45 constitute i
biv breakf4st ; a bowl of sou) and a t
glas .of )i.>rdeAux wine, ti.lt from (
Mis own particular vOue, mialie a good
luuqh. At 3, he dines on 'a bowl of
loup,..with olook-work regularity, do
iniuing-to tase tile boiled fowl and
itnt which accompany the soup, but
ijoys some Rowan fhiture, vege.
.ab.lus, awdm itr,ut... .. i , I -
. At-nitte -o'louk a b..wl of soup, two
"oiled potatoes, and some frkit afford
imi a frugal. supper, and tben 'lie
oes to bed, to renew ier.t morning
,he routine of his daily life. Hisb
ilotitiess was in his 80th year before
te could d riik Bordeaux wit1k. any
elish. Previous to, that 'timo lie
)4cferrod cum.mun w.h!tc wint). What
.e now takes ia 'mad3 by the nuns of
ic. Jospiifor his special use. 'I le
lrugal habits of the august prisoner,
is he delights to be c.illed, have
;Vurod for him wonderfully good
iealith, for at man of his age. 1lia
Ioetor and stUrg:oti :v-sit .biim ohce a
Neek, lee; his 'ulse, a.sare him he
a f:ue fruom,fever, and retire.
The Poor Negro.
'Tie Commitsioners stapoitted to j
wind up tihe -Freedtnn's Savings I
11ank have itatdo a h-ng .reporti . in a
which they Ohm'w eooluive'y that I
wer 72,000 freednen havo beeni
mwindled out. of their haid arnings e
)y tihe defitu ct institutionl. that the 1
muee ill its l,ttOr days Was rotten i
ioLh in trutnk and hr-naheti; and e
aihat t he coni,d ing ntegroes w ho de
posited thiir saiv ings ini it have a
very poor prospect of recovering e
antihing froini t he wreek. O.ar
I es patebcies fronii WashIi ngton t,his
miineainig give somne light, its to who,
arem the~ rascaUils that, have plitu dered C
hto bantk . l'The .statetnu ut o1 loans
miade bay the batnk, as well as letters ,
andtt paperC s(') exliin g its tase eIt 0
.1ns wt~ Vhi chIi neuomipaniedl the reportt..
hut which werd riot sent to) I le pr'ess c
wit hi i'tL show that A ttorntey.Geieral I
oa. 11. Waillitams, iteu'ihers of theto
i)istrict lRing, and couitrae ors we
heavv- hot ro*ors on abnoust wor th less,
acentir ity . Loans wvere a lso masde
c' ub hlo'se used ats te hecadinarters
oaf t he ing.- N. Y'. .Wni.
Th'le New-YrkPTimes nys:Iti
refreinitg L.a be able to, allude ;one'4
moiIre to thte hte,rty.atndl'funik tl1tttorr
ill which tirs edutservactivced of .am'
(Crolitia sc *hand( the cf;.it ts l.bt
pol it ical op ponenitts to seen re lihune.i.a
anid gene.ralI reacl.':a in the Shate, and
t.o the recad y mia.tnne r iin r.hich they
givo,t hioe applonOta eredtit for thleir
paewoth1t coutr.o G ov.Chm
hertIt ll cert.tinly cian c::t n te
mtoral support of al| i n v..
hoenor able and( tieceni't in - th :m ..
goveru ament, riad heo i thItrofore doul>b
hy bountd to acompaliahm iett. 80ome
definita changes ini the conditio.h of
dhango iivt the condition of ,affairs.
If t40.1.ko1it,ial aspects of all the
Southerin Statpa were to-day as on
couraging as that~ of Su.Lth Carolina
is, despite the Jong.era of miisrulo and (
thiovpry with, iybich sheo has been 1
cursed, the, whole country might well I
rejoice. It is cheering to find thaOt 1
party lines ore, .eoven in) sections
where tney have heretoforo been 1
most strictly drawn, becooming iooa
pablo of keeping apart nmen who de
sire to work together for the commton
'When it comes to point lace, all
wmncan see the ploint.
The enemies of organization for
self-protection among the farmers
have been daskly hinting at 'Home
mysterious.,robbery of $50,000 from
the. Illihois State Grango. \Ve
thoight- at the titn'that we hoard of
Lhij w hi.er tht, if it were true, t 2
ll.god defaitultor must have hd
oIn1 experience as a railroad muau,
1ti had lep i ildi bo' to iss pre
rerrOd stO: apd mor tgage boud.
was the story tru :1 We wrotc
.o Col. %yatt. 1). Aiken, of the Na
tional Grange at Wasibington. . e
had .; Loard bothiog of Iflie auful
iffair, but promptly wrote to the
Master of the State G range of l1li.
mois. ft seemed a little ,.stra.nge.
,hat.more woe known, of tis .tLir
%way down hero i. North Carolina
'han was known of it at the Nation
il Grange,--m.re oven than of the
)onditiou of the railroads at our
rory doors. %
Wel1, the reply camd' froi Wor
thy Master Golder. and it seems
.at the defaulter was not even a
Iringer. The Orange had sonue
Fundb on deposit in the hands of the
irm to which he bejoiige. Thi?,
nan Thouja4 ro.bbod-his -hil of large
I:s. and go ot a rulromI for parts
minown. The firm paid up all that
kide the Grange exoept one sinall
um of five or six dullar, about
vhich there was some dispute. It
s a very high compliment .tu t.he
3irange that whni !staoe Une h:as 1 et
5 or $.C if (;r..ige intoy there is
howl 1:1de bout it fr6m1 Maine
o O.Lifornia, but wheni a Ring Ill ti
oukets a few landied tholusand dol
irs in railroad bonds, it is takeln to
e a matter of course and imt a. word
said about it ! ! Hero if the lot.
er froi th'e *Master of the State
range of Illinois
)Oiec of Altistr,' Patrons of Ilusban.
dry, St'-te Grame of Illinois;
1ROCK F,ta,, Ja nt.,'7, 187 r.
Bio. Ano.:r -Mty Peur v : Y ours
f Decemter 31ht received this day,
u reply will say, that H. D. Thomas,
f the firm of Reynolds, Corbett 1:
'hom is has left for parts unknown. t
;-said that he had used : a lar'ge
mount of the eun,pany'3 funds,
Iiich caused the 1l'ml to di-continino
s nesi. -The corpany have paid
il eonsignin:uits made by the Grange
L them, except one, amounting to
etween E;5 and $6, that for rea.ons
Iat I have not time to explaii re..
iaied unsettled. We hold the
Onds of the firm for $.150,000.
'here ii n) exeitement here ; a lit
Ic at ist.
Fr.-Itelnally yourn *
FSoiec n lime ]
Macaulay cn,ers at bi.tnriuns who
ave nndertaken to give an accomit
f the rei,,i of G -orge II. withoit
jentioniiig the 1reacihing of Whit.
ol.d. If, iiltewl of W hitefi-1l, h11'
ad writ:.en W %-I, the stiti-'wotild
ave IeIe nni.st ju.t I for, af..r the
,tblisliii t of the A mnirioaii R.
nbliv., the inistIti.tion of Met hodml
the greatest eveit of the eighteenth
itntoirv, th l of -all th '--wnen who
ved in 'Ih .t cenry there is nou 1111
hor)fe infloncI uiponi aft.er zig
riuals that of .dihn Wecsley.
Oif the 75 0i0,0i0 wiho' speak thel
uglisht tobgit., a'hou.t~ 3,500ii,000 a re
icmiihers ofC the SL-the IiJ li hurebos;
,ti00,0'I0 im.,rc are pupa,ils ini thir
ant he in le I n 51 a ny uk,(re
I ,500i,000 iin l.1 ThnsI u one seventhi I
fall who p.e;ak ouri lungo'rnge are
irect ly mou,llded, for this life ad
he life to come, by Mlthmlismn.
Fully t wo-thiirda of t,n .\l hd ists
re in the United States. Sutuhey
xpr eaed nio uore thuun the truth
rhen thc saiid : I c.msider Wer8 -y
a the in -st ii finential mind oif th.,
art cent ury-the mian who wvill
ave prodnieed thie prete.-. a fflect,
eliur t i. ar tillia v toi I i innis
hallson..ue long."' This Iaiag.
sent is comling to be nok now Idged.
.W i hin a few tionths past a site
as haeji app opriated inl WeIstmIin ster
.hhey' fdr , ai main,: aaii idi'' Jo,hii
Vo%ley. (O. ial& t1: g re i t Englh
LIen theiatre commnemainorated l.hcre -is
o onie imore worthy of a pilace. .. e
TPhe world does nrove, taft er .a.1I
,ad who' shall sy that amngi the
oa r~trat of.llritish sovereigns.in tho
lou..e of Parliament that of Oliver,
hie greait Lord, l'rotectolr,. w-ill not
eot find a plin ?- Ga/u.r ;.
.;oodt fer thec b'erinmn.
The German D)emocratio Central
hkoout.ive and General Cominiittees
f New York cit,y z helde ameo't,in'g
riday, at, which a number of reso
utions wore passed denouncing the
'resident and Cabinet for violations
f the-Constitution by the military
nterferenco in Lonisiania. They
leniounced in Btron)g lartguago Shieri
Ian's dispatceo, it.whiich. lIe oalhs
largo portion of cthe people of
Fouisiana banditti, and asks for au
hiority to try themn by milIiary law.
l'hey also demand his dismiss from
Th, houlsiloln Sl1utibit iii Brief.
'T'he-report'of the Ne Orleans
commttie proves-beyond a doubt.
Firs.-That the last, olhetion in
Louiliana was, in the words of the
0owuittee, -full) fair, free an4
&cond--Th at it resultod fin the
elcotiou of a demoratio najority of
twenty'nine in tht lower House of
Third-That the report 'of the
Returning Board was fraudu:ent, uti..
ju.!t and montrary, t the very ' law
under which it acted.
This carriell Us to the assembling
of the Logislature. IIere we find
these fuacts undispute1:-'
tFist-The eituriing loard h1ad(
prepared a libt of one htuoirdi And
siX members, of mhotu, under its
manipulations, fifty-three wero ro.
publicans, qQ .w suppo.-d, and
lr.ftyahree " d.ioora. ' -."'1s t0his
ioardl attcmipt to bct asido the will
of the peopla of the State.
&cond--Oue hundred and six
members mut on the 4t of J.an11uiry
and proceeded to choose a Speaker,
tie republicans oreent actually
taking pait in the proceedings by
notiuiating a -andidate for - peaker t
and voting for him, by accepting ap.
pointiments as lpart of a comi utte on
01redentials and organizing with thi.4 I
committee and by their votes in It;e
House on the Spelakol ship, giving a
quorum, 'widich the d-emocrats then
jre'nt would not alone have had.
Milty. received fifty-ive votes, Hahn
(repubbcaij), tw,o, aifd one was .
biank ; and tity-six ig-the constitu- e
tional qaortmn.. Whein the mom berm
were swori in, !Ifty.-une denjocrate
and fivu republens took the oath,
making an indisputable and regula r
quorum of the louse.
Third-The Legisl.atuire wam t:cre.
after dispersed by United States L
11(4Uh-The Lpublican, proomul.
ed to orgaize, ut--t-hers in the
imlortait aInd.vital rolt-they had
and Itave no qiuorum, and cunnot, u
therefore, act-at a Legislature. They
may adjouin fronu day t* dag, but,
under the Louiiana constitut6an, call
do none of the acus of a Legislature.
Fifti -Hence Loui,iln't has to a
day no.regularly organized and com
IOtent how r lHuui.e (ot' Legid,.ature.
It Cannot lave a quorum, even on the t
iepirt of the Rte'rning lloard.
aSxlh-lience the pretended elec
tion of Pinchback is a fratu and
Stventi-And, filnlfly, notgll it I
ill the way oi a.mCnmblig anld co1st i
tuting of a legal IHiouse except fed. i
crail bayoinet<. I( Cnigruss will re- a
n:ove them, tle Wiltz 1jums,s the f
only regular one, woul!d at Uoce as
iemnble.-N. Y'. HerIal14.
An ol ladIy wilkel into a a tver's
('lie( th h other day, whnci t h' fUIow.
ilig conver:atio) took plne:
"n.ire, I called to see if yon
wMu Il like to take 11ibia l, aud
make a law3er of k1i.'"
''This bov appevrs rather yumig,
11.11Ma,b l. llk%w old is lie ? "
"aSe.ven yealrs, s.ir..'
-I 'll i.s 'oo younzg--dec(ideoly too
younic. Ilaovc yau lao hovs uilder ?
"On, yes sir, I hiae several I; hut
we inve conchlded to mia ke t.imera4
of thu others. I told in y miian I
thought thisn lirtle felhVw uA.f
unaikel a good' law yor, sol -c-aled ta,
See' if yout woulId t:ake himl.'
'N.., inadamii, he i1 too, yong :y
t , commeneeiic the z-tuday af thea piro.
feii onii . it why doa yean thlita:: ti i~
ha a, so mueb honlor enil-a... tedh f. za
laiwyer tha-il any' of y air otherc sor.s?" '
"W'.hy, you see, sir', hei i.s js
seven- yearis old txa dhy t whien hle was'
nyfiie he'd to lie all natu re ;
whim he go ,ob ix, lie was isv
zind illpudenIiit as any crit.ter could be
anal noluIe'l stea.l anaythiaig he cont
get his hia::aii cn.
,; A., canuu,tr. y gwl.. sconing: frofn' e
rhoni:i.'ig w al., ' .aitohI 'b O' lodt'yd
asR freadh as a daisy i,issedl by the d,.w,
to which A e iininocently replied~a
,~l'You ' got m neg r ighit, khi.-v V
eut.hlis isn'tI )e4c.' ~ .
TPh.: u'thr daiy a 1B 'yhian.pfon g'ir
olfored to let a aunI:riymii.11 k is. im
for fiveocent... ''l ga d.'' exclaimed .d
the heueolic youth, "tiat'. darn cheap
ifa fellow crily h- i the thoney.'
AL Geoerp.i.u j i a; ' l-a k :. al ni,: who
went all t hie waly fromh Ciassville to At
lanita. Ont his retuarn he loike ci
solemIn with the weight of gat-ie-redl
wisdom, .arid said : '-t the world is
a big t'oUhor way as it is that, it 's u
A.leading D)emocrat remarked the
other 'day, ini allusion .to (Gen.
Uaqk's chiaioes for the Spetkrship,
that "che may sing with us, but he
can't load the ehoir."
*An inebriate main, walkinig along
the street regarded the nioon wvith
sovereign conitemt: "Y ou needn't
reel 8o proud,". ha' saidl, "you are
full only onee a mionth anid I amr
full every n ight."
Any onp who htidles uioncy at
all o'casionally gets hold of. ooun
to:feit bills, although soo aro piuch
o!ver ioitations that een tho ex
perti uro puzled to distingui.-h khem.
It is eomwhat stortling, lowvcr
to 'be told. on atithority of tihe
noto printing hrCau, that. seven Out
of the ninio dea101(uililationls of the na
tional bai,k notes have I L0o31 t or.ter
1'eiled. The Ilnakers of tie' prious
notes Inrd'gett ord and moIre ex
pert evcry yoar, th - recent a,n1 of
imitlti.ns of the notes o th o Trad
Wr' NatInalbank of Ohica;-u Weig
te nImst Mkillful and dangetm ous ver
Clt out. The counterleiter, Ifter
laviig oloe-perfeote'd stich a tlat
ms this, is.not litmited to usitg it oi
Liy one bauk, at- a chanug of namos
and signa tures can en,ily ho. i.de,
0 that, it ilny d? atirvict. foi- It do 0en.
l'h amount,.of'long and careful labor
te has to' prfortt id an important
onsideration in his ziefarious b4i
tosa. It reutires fromt ono to two
CaRs to oxecute the plates c("Utainl.
lag th viglicttes, lettering aait i
co omtric latle-work, lbh' latter be.
ig done by hand. Biut if the epora.
or turns out a good plate of any dt'.
Uohi.)uL1tio,I lo leaves a blatlk on the
aep for tld 11a111 of thle bank, Il
;rlves aS tilanY titlos an1l siglatttILs
M different piees of otel as there
ro banks upon muich he0 desies to
lier thu notes, ata th.is hij work is
011m1plete. Tho ou'3aion' captu::
f cout.trfci'ers at.l their I I uies
loe re-ltly had the vtly ihtost
Ifects iu reducing tllo amout of
purious currenoy in oircuiati"n.
Vhilo they havo been :o stIee.w;lS: II
I imitating bank Iote4, it. is remalh
be that tlaey have alt'lgptl"r taild (
-ith their jill-ten .r oiily two v
enoiilations o thes4o evur h. vi Ug
ci counterfeited. Tiheir ellrt', an
h)is direction are. .i bij haihe d6
y tlt puculiar Liu I of paper the
resnbIaC Rrhe. ar d tted on, aich
rotects them frivi countorarfeis
s no mill lit the wutry co.Ild fur.
il it to ily other party ti Itt h
ove.iment, without, bull! -Ia I .-Lme
vico tihesidelT iih-,)an ho*: wriWen
let Ler to- tho Sprigel It -publi
an in a ieply to it paragria ph recel,;t
v printed in that p.,prit ahleging tithat
hie \'0.e-.'resident lieved thit ti
lepublien party is loaJ. 31r. \il.
otn d is i i. cla . I i e f. 110 1 X
remme the coniv'otivon thiat thle Ro
4nb;ican paerty is no( Oew%, :odd "mm
lot been 'h0pelv'-d';y deteated, it
ossssS all tih elt m 01etAts of htrenti'
4 over p0oss d, and w it proper
anagemet %Vill aelliuve'd inl tho
uturm the iame i toaie it utaved
the past ' it die is will b aby
uhrid', and t., fromi inilrabl'! dim.
aso cr tho 1lowr of ita pulitieal op.
o tits. lbe e;ieves all that ih
I!egled to ;ive -,I. s'.rength ani rL
eedC1 pilatr co(1k.lidteeo is the
doli iot o1 a1 % wh:- ta nan: mot a ,
itinal p ey. I 'm Uo wan Aho hopm
atvd from ;: I ; .', nId su ppern.
d ll,r.e Wev-y, hAUl.1 h" invit.
d bmack to thu lhd und thenr crort
re11ly forgiJven. .fle.e Jlll olt failh inl
he isciplia tha at il'liCLs paliNs tad
romtt thttie withV whant iniy 3'ou(c
rota.noa' tir hia:i .ing wahm Ithe L or.
,Ltat''4..11 i'tt otf t 60iO e~~t I , ' toaa n p' ity
hto.e whlo wve el. . away int I879,
id Iho.-e naatni :: f1 'Jing., Iami
ymI thi S ' ar- Inih ! t h !Ii.it a t il
'Uliti'y it N infl te j niMutiti' n ats en i.i
itth theC SothI, ef., Is U ircei,q.d toi
mitaIraste thea cotnditio oat tIJo-pa)a.
lotha st,a .'aett n.,ai s-naTh I"7j.5,
atin . id>ptd ta' wilI! terit a l
trif', or ab atLea( thema ti go t'.rwa rdt
at tLbuildiatg thie;r ahltvered, for
unosca, Ta.cOio irt timantity gotod paitri-.
tie menia int a -ory State of tlta~he u;th,
nth i.e n might lhe brough1t, to 'h.
~easepul "at paaaty b'y putaoii.g it firmx
t geneua!tiin 7 : . Sreh a polbej
aa thaitk,1 is di.tatedl by~ jn-:i and
emtantded by considaIti.. i pa.
Ottile. l f it is aidopted he ha no
ont.bt , thatever of I.hea faatt'ie upt
uine.woo and ineue of theo t l(PublI.
ait. Ja:aty. lIe earnttiy tadvti'a
ibl- litaie a te sleyst~p hae tauke to
eOrtat'.-ita' t1igui the bh.a. laid' do":t
tn . letter.
lIt tIhe New Y.'ork poi'toijco thora
a ia cloak whto.-e meaoriay tlof th em
rintg hantt back tao t he s car 183
albien atto:f woan ta td ti o -:ain
vry weekI laor a etteaddlr:a.d toa
hI'~1' rguilii ii i*y I hf t bo vilits, haer'con.
tiant resert ve,,iata thte gi'ietne.a- nith
hittht she re-titedl iiquiry ia:i to har
tistory anta 'ea"ctiron excitedl in the
tilico ia curaliity wih twas never
rattitiedt. Unatil wvithain ten yetars
he ma lo her catlls with accustomaed
-e1ularity andi Was novor disap pointe
id int her expoctation of a ltte~r.
:lnee, sheo hasa bot been soon, but thte
et,tora comte an of 'old. 'lThey are
'orwanred to the dead-ltetter oflico
tvhero thecy atre openeod, btat conataina
to - cuo to theo idIea.Ay of eithIer the
riter or te recipienit. In oueh is a
65 note, with a linto sayinag whon thte
oxt remittance will be mado-noth-.
The world is govcrned by) three
thiigs-wisdoin, authority, and
appoaralnecs. Wisdom i.i for thought,
ful people, authority for rouk Poo.
pIe, and appeiarIICe1; for tho great
mass of suporticial peoplo, tloiop ,who
0an1 look only at the outoido, uand
who judg only by oxternal -hat.
A Chicago proatAher has lock4
Lii.oIf up 'I the fourth btory and
mrawi Ils meals up by a cord. It
says they car't get, up no alarder
I the extenbive Em')il a of Brazil,
With a population or tell million,
Lhero aro only thirteen Protestant'
m1inisters preaching in the nativol
Ajilitchian dosoribos Now York'.
Ers a' "berry fine peoplos," who "go,
About der streets sheating each odor,
nd dey call dat buz'iucas."
True *courago is cool and canl.
'he biavest of inci, have thoe loast
If brutfl, bullying itnsolonao, and in
tio vory time -:f danger itro found
lie Imosl cerene and f-oe.
IIe who sins n.-'inst men may fonr
lse.very, but lie who sine against
lod is '.iro of it.
. IMPORTANT NMNV" :
ilollu tion ii ?l.1-(
1i viQw or (ii 1%v prieeR obained for
6!,)ioI (1h0 present. somson. and in
rder to place ur ottano within tih
echci of every piaite:., wo havo groaLly
uiricld our pries.
They will be sold aS follows
1er Ton ol' 2,000 lbs., $46
Payable May 1st, 1876.
Per T011 of 2,000 lbs., $51
'ycalo Nov. ist, 1875, Free of In
ED X1 0 S.P,H A T E.,
- 'i Ia i Prico b'
Per('1 '1 of000 l US., $46
P1ayulble May Ist, 1875.
Per Ton of, ..,000 lb[., $3
)iyable Nov. IOt, 1875, Froo of In
TH E PALIVETTO
Pcv Toi of' 2,000 lb0., $30
lyaIblo Ist, )]-,y 1875.
Timo Pric '.
Peri TLoni of 2,000 lbs., $:35a
'ay able Nov. lst, 1875, Freo of in
rig'ht malI lhrayuge to be atdded,
( .1 I n Agents for Al manacs and
FOR~ SAILE BY'
~. L.FEL LIOTT &CO.
. W INNSBORO, 8.' C.
(Gho, W. Williams& Co.
Pu opieitors, Charleston B.C
Ii.I r cci ' vtr Wncichoa,
llice and Gean1s Watch Chains,
Sterinug anud Plaite i lverwaro
A LARGJE ABSORTMENT
rioaulce, ICarr ings,.
Finger Rings, ,5
* . &o., &0.
X great variety of Christmas Goodb
CONNiJR & OI[ANDLER~1'S.
AR, SELLNG TIIEIR LARGE
- - - SHOES,
At and below Cost.
True facte, call and see for yourself
DANNENKAiG & CO.
S - MEAN
A .'full and cobmpTcietock of FAIL J
nwd W INTHM U0ER )l.D just receiving and
oponing at iht. Winnsboto. -ry Uoods
Fancy Mi6da. -A Milmay*
Dry (Vods, ancyoAeods, aid Millinery
deparlment". .in:pociOn of the
La-lies solicliod. - Pricxm
as low as tho
If a ie a full srock of -enis, loys. Ladi
and (Childrens~ loot u,8hoos. Unitors
andi Rsiber 8an das.
Grocery Pepartment. ,
h~ow and frelsh supply of Vhoice Famnly
Groceries, . . I 1 -
Confectionery, it . w I.,
Crockery, - '
Tin, Hlardwarg' i. s
* KCer oen e 'i11,:...
- ~~. .,, Tobacco.
Choloo 5 amd 10 oent. CIgRW, I Tr'y theM.
'- rosh Clioose, ('ake~ (raokwrs' 'a
-- and [rish Pot,atoes.
ly stock istoo nu,neoup ,j.o:mntion.
Yqn can get almost An.yth~ig you oalil or
and as cheap pa t.jhetpost. at,
DRY (QOODS HOUS,
'''9 ~ebditt & Co.
~sKing Sftr 'et (Char'leston, 8. C.
DiAY 000ODS, t: ; .
, NOTONR,- .
OIL ('LOTIIR, ;, .
. ,* . Q AlttNS,
T HIS SIDE O0PN If.W.101BK. 1U8
For prsloos, meo Local.,
Eay! Boy I Eey
*One Car Load Prime North~
Carolina Hay for sale low. to'
UASH, , *
Beaty Bro., & 89i,