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A P1GSIDENTIAL 80MERSET.
JI TV.1AYNS TALKNS NOW, AccoR.
ING L T21 k44,,1123
.Ris Alleged Admission that his South
ern Policy is a Failure--He Declaros
that the Time for Discussion is Past
and that Now is the Time for Aocion.
[Special to the hi'ladelh1i)jtjt Times.)
VAsuNoTON, Novoinber l'.-Tie
editor of the NatiOnal Republican,
of this city, claiis to have had it
Conlver.4.Ll0 wij, Mr. iIfyes ill
regard to a paaugraph Whi,1 stid
that the Southe1n qtestion WQtlI
be discussed in the Cabinet, The
Presid(nt replied - 4j f isa aj jj mI is
take. The tie for discussion has
passed. It is now too late for any
thing but the most dotermined and
Vigorous action. j his; detemina
tion was reached seveval days ago,
and the deliberations of the Cabinet
on this subject since then have been
coimparatively briQf aid CoIline(t
mainly to the considerationi of tile
duty of the 4ttorney generIj in the
Tho P1resident has always thought
that his policy would win back the
South. He was asked how lhe
accounted for the result in W0 face
of the fair proiises ol the 6uutil.
"That question," ho sUaid, "-eads
directly to a discussiou of wilat ias
been latterly termed the 'Southern
policy' of the Administration.
When that policy was lmaugllrated
it was With anl earnest desire to
lolciliate the $outhernj leaders, to
round off the sharp angles of see
tional difference and to soften the
aspelities of political strife No
one will deny tilat the attempt to
-0nforce this policy was most earn
estly made, nor that it was carried
out Nith a conscientious desire to
.accomplish the result lor winch it
had been inahugrllatej. Of the j)r._
,sonal and partisal sacriices I made
in bis effort aUd of the consequent
interruption of certaji relations
whialh ima 1-'oly existed he
twoon myself and some oi my au
porteiji I havo nothing to say just
now- But it appears that ihe ea;Ld
,ers who made those pledges either
did not exert themselves to kyep
them or were unable to do so. In
fact, I am reluctantly forced to t
admit that the experimeut imas a
failure. The 4rst election of im
portance hold since it was attempt- f
ed has proved that fair elections,
with free suffrage for every voter in
the South. ire an impossibility un
4er the existing eonditioa of tWiugs.
WRY HE COMPLAINS.
"It is not because the Republican
party appears as tile sufferer in
these results tlhat I complain" con.
tinued tile President; "it is because
free suffrage and freedom of politi
cal rights have been interferod with
that I am called upon to take
cogniz:mce of these disturbances.
Tf the facts were exactly reversed,
and if the RXepublicans had comn
nitted these outrages upon tihe
Democrats, my duty wvould be the'
same. It will not do for ame, or for
any official before whom those
questions may coma, to treat them
otherwise than in a non-partisas.
way. The partisan prass will?
naturally take a partienu viewv of the
,caso, and I will be held to account
for aiding the Rlepublicana, the:
:stalwarts-I imean the flaunting of
the bloody shirt, as it is called."
Mr. Hayes said, further. "I can't.
expect to hold the once I do with..
ont being kicked and cuffed a little,
you know. But, for all that, I shall
.do my duty, as the Chief Magistrate
of all the people, to Democrats and
Republicans alike, and if, in ,the
faithful executionm of the laws, jus-.
tice shall deimand the punishment
,of this or that .man, whatever his
political convictions may be, I shall
not be deterr.ed ;by (partisan emit,i
.clsm. All that I know is that,great
crimes have been cornmmitted, anid ,it
:ls my duty to aid in the punishment
of the criminals."
FAILED TO RFJREsa VIOLENcE.
The President said that "Govern
or Hampton, for example, has tried
repeatedly to repress the violence
whin ha chraceried the camn"
paign in South Caro.lina, and failed.
:Such Republicans as Juidge Lee and
Mr. Rainey and ex-Senator Swails of
that State have advised mie of these
:facts. They say that Hanmpton
cannot control tlio 'Red -shirts,' as
thoy,call tlhtni and they .have *re.
-paelifne% of speeches
~he has made dep'reating vioilence in
.the conducE of -the '6an1paigi. Mid
it anneart thaE O GoVartaor Nich6ll4,
in Louisiana, is earnestly opposed
to thse procoedings or the same
kind of violence in his State."
For some timo thuro had been in
timations and insinuations that the
Prosidont wias becoming tired of his
Southern policy, and would take an
early opportunity to obango it,
Senator John Patterson said, some
time ago, that Hayes was anxious
to got out of his scral)e, but nobody
believed it a1t the time. It is noW
pretty certain that tho President 1
Will have something to say in his
niessage to Congress on thk subjeot.
His 0onversattionl wil,h Soiator
Canoroln aid ox,90nator Chaidlei',
yesterday, wue to the saimo effect.
THE SECRET ARREST OF A 03LORED
DuIOCHAT,-On1 Friday telegrims
were received by gentlemon in
Charleston from k.ol, J. J. Dargan,
of Sumter, atating that Sylvester 0
Sanders, a staunch colored Demo- t
crat of that county, had bocn socret-. c
ly arrested and taken from thoro by:
Singleton, a colored United State~;f
deputy njarshal, and asking th-it a
the prisoner be takon care of. The f
rmtter was immediately looked into, 0
and -1andnra Aoon foind himsef,
stranger as he was, surrounded by ti
ready and powerful friends. He h oA 1
been arrested, togetier with anitli- 'I
0r colordo(j mlocrat naimed R,)bini- ti
s1), O11 anfil 1-tv t mado by tho i
notornous SAM L4JO, of i,-.,
argimg hi I wit conspiin) >
with t%vo otihor: to diVo bi11 )
LIee, as Unitud States comm11nis.
qioner, from the town oil the 9th c
instant. Bail in $500 for the ap
poarance of the accused before tho
-oininissioinr to-day was required
ind promptly firnshed, 'apt. F. W.
Dawson being security for tandors.
Fihe deputy marshal, Singleton, a
vent bail for Robinson. The doepu- c
-y mashail. Singleton, went bail for el
E1obinson. Nobody is scared any- b
vhere, as far as cani be seen, by all
'hesig persecutions.-,Vewa aniZ,
TiE Ghi)ULs SHAD-)vED.-The New
(ork Tines re-atfilris the stato
nont that the police have knowledge9
of the whole gang of Stewart's grave h
obbors. A man named Mahoney, 0
emetery, did t,he principal work.
1o fled south the inrning of the t1
obbery, but is now shawdow0d and
an be arrested at any n1oreMnt. b
Che body was taken to Weehawkcen, p
o a notorious drinking saloon kept fr
>ua man named Murphy. The re
naiisa have since been removed ; the ei
Luthorities refuse to say where. I a
Vwo men were arrested Friday as; 0
)elongin'g to the gang. One is do- h
scribed on the polico records as. tl
Aarry Vreland, of Brooklyn. The k
>ther man is not under arrest, be- h
ause he was frightened, and volUn- b
-arily made a full confession. 0(
SWINIANG BANK OFFICERS IN
rRoUBL.-The grand jury of Xenia
Dhio, has indic*ed A. H.aughman, C
4.lfred Trader, Sauel j?dterbaugh.
John Steele and John B. Allen, the
3ashier and4 direcetors of the First It
National Bank of Xeitt, Ohio, for
amnbezzlemnent and convertingto their P
wn use money andl bonds amount--f
ing to sixty%five thousand dollars D
be0lo'nging to depositors without the C
consent of the bankin~g company or 0
the ownerrs of said property. All1
baye been considered of the highest b
respectability,. AJI of th ceue
antered into personal raeognizances r
in the sum of five thousand dallars "
to appear for trial next week. 1
COTTON FinE.-Last Saturday
morning two flats containing eighty E
bales of cotton, at the Newberry
d~epot, which had been shipped from f
Donaldsville, were set on fire by C
sparks from the engine ; and so
guickly did this inflammable material 11
igmte, that one .fourth was tiotally.
destroyed and the remainder very i
badly damagod. Loss, about twelve C
'hnndred dollars. (.ol. Dodamiead t
wais telegraghed, whereupon he 1
ordered all harnds forthwi.th from
Heiena shops to work on the cotton.
They, with the assistance of others,
sa.ved two -thirds of the cotton in a
.demJxaged .state.-Necwberry, News.
T hey ,were playing calrda, when
all of a s'ndden the game wvas
interrupted, negry words passed,
and the players rose :
"See here, yoUfre holding .Alto-'
gether too many aces."s
-"What do you say, sir 1"
"'I say you are a swindler."
"I will call you to account for
thip unpardonable insult."
"I am at your. service at auy
"Here is. my card, sir." (Throws
downr 'by misf,ake, another .aace
which-he draws fromh his pdeket&)
A writer in 14ind and vate,
fvos solio ouriolls inlftane00s of the
onsibility of ducks to colors and
nulsio.tJ sounds, He ono had i)
iia gardon a bordor of Qhilla asters
f tho Ilost brilliant colori. Tho
1Incks WoUld1 congregato ron(I
hoso and lio thoro for hours. They'
lover pockel at thilm as if hmy
MInd saitils or slugs amiongst tiemIll.
L'hoy appoared kimiply gazill.ng't
hom, as if attractoeJ by tho gay
olori1. Another timo he ha"d it
ri-go clp of very brilliant, violet,
lowels, whieh by ti. iir b-i.tn.4
hone out from the rest of tit
order. This clump was liko a
1agn1t to 010 dllcks ; somlo of them
'0re aIays ar-ou,A it. Ono oV nin :
he writer h.td a party of friend '
t was suiner time, and the doors
f the sitting room woro .ope to
ho lawn. One of the Coimpany
omimjenced playing on the piall'.
1o sooner waIs there a paluse in the
u1na than two dticks, which iad by
01110 110-111S got into tho room, rose
oml lindolr ia Chair and1(1 waddled all
ver ti), apartment, quacking loud
9. On the 1mutisic encing
glin the dacks crouched down
orfectly silent whilO it continued.
'ho exirilmont wats mllade several
mles, wvith thle .".1mo ronit. That;
was., nIot suirpris(- or)I- fenr whii
10l1vod this bo-_.d.r w- %vuaftmi'wa(
rOy't.d, for On leb.m t oncasions,
IWIC H:31110 d%Vdm1won1, upon b10ar.
I thu pialn), 10 tVe th field and
mlo ito the room to listen.
MURDERE s FouND GULTY.---It
ill he reilembore-l that a most at
ocious murder was committed in
ie lower part of Richland county
st sum mor by one Anderson Burns,
negro Ilinistor in the f. E
mivel, w"o to her witl an 11CCOMW
liwe l 1 his wi an.1 throw the
>dy i', a Wll. List veek the
Lu w is frio 1 in the Cout of Gen,
-al Sausion-4. Jul1o PressleI pre
tllinlg, and in S', of a vn ablo
JenlOeon In1 C . I by Ju1 Irn Mlton,
o jury brought inl at verdict of
lilty of imurdor. The prisoners
Lvo beenl sentened for execution
l the fi t Fri.I Ly in ALty next. to
o rc6l'>o1m Uuri or ind 3pil0a
ken by the defence.
Lve preferred tle vide of till) po
e. WNe would - t . . ) - > oilr
itiful advocatc. with anll (1)(1 field
r a dwelling and i soldier's blank
for a covoring. than to 11001) 01)
bed of down in, a palace, ithai'ng
e odors of flowirg". Cnjoying the
mors and 0111oluluents of Office, ats
e price for singing the )raiaOs of a
ng. Office, instead of being ali
>norable distinction, becomes the
1dge of iifamy when it is purehas
I by secrificing the righte of the
30pla.-New York Sun.
TURNING T1E rAIMLES.--The trial of
olooel Liaw, I-on. E. vW. Cannon,
[. Outlaw and the three lf r. X-el
ys, of Itrlington for vioalation of
10 election law which was set for
/'ednoeday last., was indefinitely
oiitponed by the Ra1dicals to some
iture day, wich wvill doubtless
eyer arrivo, The notorions Radi
ii runner, Julius Faaborg, the
riginator of those cases, wvill, with
a~t doubt, find hunself safely
oused in the penitentiary nowt
>urt for stealing tobacca. G~ood
ddanc.o to haid ru1biush. So says
correspordent of the Colum~bia:
Man~y smokers have nloticedl that
>r some mlysterion's reason there is
o pleasure in smoking in the dark.
'his singular fact was recently eon
rmed by the testimlony of a large
umber of .smokers at a political
athering in B3uffalo, N. Y. Onel
iember of the company having ro
larked the fact in his own experi
flee., tihe djecussion that ensued
oveloped the faet thlat all had no,
iced it. Who will give, fo plausible
eason for it ?
"I fenr," said a country minister
o his flock, "when I explained to~
on, in mxy last ehar,ity serrmon, thaft
hilanlthropy is t;hei osvo - f our
pg.nies, you mfus4t have uniderstood
nie to siy -'spoeia,' which may'
Lecount for tile smal1lness of the~
iollection. You will -prove, I hoe
y your prosent contribution, that
rou are no longer laboring gunder
It is a mistake to :suppose that,
wing to the dignity andl(chaacter
>f. his deomeano r, Georgo Washing
ton never had at "niicknamie," even
wheni e small boy.. At id ae
eev:eralsof-hie aged ;woJoi'd ititleds
iow living in this State tellusi that
the, boys at school used:'to oal' him
"i&aars? hannmae ho wmnliieH.
As a reliablo and icap reao( y
for the various afl'ctions( of the
throat and hungs, we lioarttly re
Comnend Dr. 14till's Qough Syrup.
Price 25 conts.
Among tho nocessities of tho ago
is a moustac'ho gartor fitting over
the nosO to 1oop tho hair o1 a
iman's upper lip front crawling to
the bottom of the spoon overy
timi ho attItMempt to Oat soup.
a (tnphyvs'el k i, i''hms no equa 11
mller 1111ril of lis mIyI-11N. t
( Ir i t r .41 I ( t rI re li 11 41 h i It c :1 IIlIed, I Al. ]l- (
i, ho I Mtory, U riVIfIved Itly.It of
i s trna ir merit.. Ii, 1,4 prep !red from 1 -Irks,
ro-(.and herb,11, 4.ach0 of wih!'11 Is 111 -ily ero ]
Ive, and (hey - , irv C01mp.111111144 In .410 a mntll
tier as to produce alishing results."
is thegreat, Blood Puriller. 1
Will cure the worst, case of Scrofula.
Is recommended by physicians and apotheca- n
IIa4 efeeted sone marvellQnis ciros in cases of
,urps ti w Norst, cases of Cank"er.
%liems Nv l.,I wonderful sucaess I in Mercurial dis
iVIll eajI4te,o Satt hlieunj frqil the system. W
teioves Pimple.s and Humors from the face. "
,ures 0oustipallon andt regiflates the Ilowels. SO
a . au .iI remedy for Headache.
Vil cure Dyspepsia. A
Cemo,Ves thle CaU.Se of Dizziness. So
toi,eves FaIntness of tihe Stomach.
'ures Pains In the BaciV.
rfetluilly eures KHiney Complaint.
8 effective A itscure ol Female Weakqess. 4
s t4I great remedy for General Debility. Av
S acknowledged by nll claisses of the cpie~p toti
be the 4't a 4nti most reliable blool purfier Cf
in the world.,C
E4. I. $TEVEifS., B3oston, Mass
VTegrtune is Sold by all Druggists,
noy 1-m 0
CollAr & CliMlr's:
F?ine Gold and Silver Watches,
Neckaeg, Chains, Brooches, ~
.Sleeve Buttons, Collar IEit,'
tons, Stud,, &e.
- - ti
A 1.ie assortrouenL Qf fancy and plain *
Sol Rings. a
Glassware, Platedlwarp, Toilette
Setts, Vaes, Laqnps, &!o., as cheap
We will 'vtll off oiii' stock oft
Crockery (except Plates and *Dups
and Saucers) at.
ST ATI OF SOUTi IAROLINA,
incey A. Mobley ayo,ilt INdwqrd D.
AWO), ild ntohers.
amuel W. Mof)Iv, Junior, againlst
Eiwaid . Mol>loy, Williati D.
Nobley inti Othors.
N }UANc1 of' an order of the
.ourt of t1e CotIrt. (if Comm1on Ple)a.
la I in tihe all)Wve-stated caso, I will
fli' f or "l:te, befQro 1*110 (ott House
lirt)1 Winn11-0st0, on tle first. Ml-on,
y in1 Ieoeoinber, next, within the
al houlrs of sale, at plblic outcrys
the highest bilder, t)ioc following.
es(rib)etI propoprt v, to wit
All that piece, (i'rcel or tract. of land,
ving and situate in the county o
skirfield, Stat of, South Carolinla,
now.YI as thle "4l)avid Yon o Tract "'
a TwO) UNLitiE> AND NINETY
IMtEE ACREs, me1it or less, h)ounded by
Inds of Edward D. Mobley, James
(JIn-i- Mary M. Mobley guqIthors.
TERMS 01 l.us.,: emslt.
C. O, C. . F. C
r,inilsboro, 8. C1.,
Novemlber' 8, 1878.
CLERK'q HAL .l,
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
einhip, Bro. & Pollard, Plaintiff's,
aucla:.it Eunico A Bacot, Defendant.
N pursuance of an order of the Cour4
.of Common Pleas, mIatdo in the above
Ited ense, I will offer for sale, before
0 court.-houso door in Winsboro, on
e first Mondily int Docember next,
thin the legal h1o.rs Qf slo, at publie
tcry, to the highest bidder, tfie follow
g describod property, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or lot of land,
th the buildiugs thereon, situato in the
wn of Winnsboro, in the county and
ito aforesaid, containing ONE-FOURT11
AN ACRE, moro or loss, fronting on
ingress street in said town, a distIne
fifteen feot, thence running west by ai
'ight lille Qn the norther4 side four
indred and twenty feet, thencerunning
th on Vanderhormt street a distance of
irty feet; and thence east to Congress
'eet: bounlded by lots of JainesR Aiken,
ceased, on the north; ly icoigress
.,ct on tho east; by lotp of the said
inice A 1iacot, 841;uol Catheart and
ed, Cpes of th'1 south; the said lot of
'd being the samue conveyed to Eunice
Bacot by James R Aiken on the 16th
y of July, 1871.
TEnms OF SALE:
e year from day of sale. With interesc
>,)) .tlj(j day, py4bile annually, the pur
aser to give for such balance a bond
eured by a mortgag of the premise
id, and t.e pay for all necessary papere..
W H KERR,
Clerk's Offico, C C . p F C..
innsboro, 8 ,
PATEr; oF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEL).
pins, Dwight & Co., aqah$ 1jery W
'N pqrsuaec of qn order of the Court
.of Gomnon Pleas, made jo the above!
tted case, I will offer for sale beforq
a court-house door in Winnsboro, on
o first Monday in Decen)or next,
thin the legal hours Of sale, at publie
Icri, to tile highest blidder, the Foloy,
g de4c)ehed property, to wit:
All .that plantation or tract of land lately
n p)roperty of Osmnond WVoodavard, de
ased, lying, being agd sit.uatioin the
munty of Fairfield and State aforesaid.,
d known as tho"John Hiaruison Plaoo,"
ntaining ETOUT HUNDnBP ANQ IQnlTY,
au1T ACRES, inore or less, andt bounded
lands of Mrs Martha Wood ward, Mrs
igina Qadsdez, t0Q10,01 John L Dlaok,
imond 8 Jones and others.
TEnMS OF 5AL.E.
One-third o,f the purchase-money to be
Lid in cash: for tlio ,alance au eredit of
mo antd two years, .with iptorest frn
Ly of sale, the purchaser to give hi
mnd secured by a mortgage of the premi:
s, and .to pay for all necessaryFapers.
Clerk's Gilice, C O ' P F C.'
November 8, 1878.
yecutors' Sale of g Vajiyable
N pursuance 9f authority 'given by the
-last Will and -Testament of Mrs. Jane
. hodd, deceased, to the underaigneqi
her eicoontors, we will offer for al e at
ablie anotion, to the highest bi~dd,ej, at
me court,-house door in Winnsboro,,ogi
me first Mondiy- in Doeember next, alV
mat valuable Farm belongiff to 't 1ho
tat.of .aid .4eoeased,oontainin go v.Gt
[lHT ACnEs -more or less, 1lng oes of
rid near Winnsboro,an bore y
mnds ofIHenry A. aillard,.W.l. 1(oberf
>nl, the ,estat,e of JamDe' 2,. ep~j, de
>id leadi,ng i'rom Wyinnabogo t 24.~
Terras of sale as follows: One.third o
me purohad1e money to be paid in .k
a day of eale, and the' rerMnini ;
birds in t.wo oqmual.apnual sneqesk J,w
1olments theyeafter with int&esat) threog~
rom the day oif *'sab )1pdfable hImidly,
eeuredi by bond of the purchasor and a
nortga e of the premi, the purelat..y
W. R. HOEfT
VInnsborne 8. 0*a Noyheb g, 18,7~
nov 9--t~v~1 .~:~i)