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Tit Deeision efJuie Grazhu
:!i e OraZneburg Larear,
Came-The Indictuent Agaium
.Ao:4e:% Ordered to be Quashed
The State of South Carolina. Orang
bur, County-In the General Ses
sio:,<-The State vs. J. L. Hun
b:rt. F"'ranklin J. Moses. Jr.-Ir
dictment for Breach of Trust an
The question which the court i
now c:dled on to decide arises upon
motion wade by the solicitor for
be uh warrant for the arrest of Franlt
hn J. Moses, Jr..and upon a ImotIo
Wade by the conasel for Frankliu J
Moses, Jr.. one of the above n:mie
d4eiidantz. to strike the ease ast
iitd defendAt from Pie doket. o
the gen-r:d ground that this court h:
nm jnrisdictiou at the pr-eut time t
try the said defendant. The questioi
presented is one of the itmost gravit;
and dellency. There is mu preceden
of an adjndged case which fully cover
the present ease. and the court is con
plled to reach its conclusion by th
]it-ht waiily of reason and such gene
r:A! principles as may be applicabl
to the ease.
The court takes judicial notice o
the fact that tIe defendant, in whos
b2h:df and aginst Whom the preseu
m,tions are made, is the Governor o
the State of South Carolina, and th
question at one arises-ean thi
court arrest and try the (overnor o
The constitution of our State. ii
artiele 7, sction wi declares that "th,
Governor and all other executive a<
judicial officers shall be liable to ii
pez.chn.ent, but judgment in suel
cases shall not extend further than re
moral from office. The persons con
victed shall nevertheless. be liable t,
indictment, trial and punishment ae
cording to law."
Three facts are now made appareu
-first. that this defendantis the Gov
ernor of the .4tute; second. that he i
liable to impeachment; and third, tha
after imppehment he is liable to in
dwctluent. trial and punishment. Cai
he be incticted, tried and punished be
fore impeachment ? It is idle here ti
bir consequences. If lie can be in
dieted, he can be tried; he can b,
punished by fine and imprisonment
3ad the court must consider this ques
tic-n in view of the full measure of it,
1- gicnl cousequences.
The reasonable construction of tho
provision of our constitution. ntv
quoted, points to the conclusiou tha
notil after iinpcavhment the Governoi
is not lioble to iidictment and trial it
the courts of the State. But in thi
present instance the court does not re
lv so much .pvn the construction o
the provision of our constitution a:
upon what may be called the , r
shadowing legal necessity of the se
The constitution of the Statt de
ehres that "the supreme executive au,
thority of this State shall be vested it
a chef mgisrate. who shall be stylec
heGovernor of the State of Soutl
C2arolina."~ Can this supreme execu
tive authority be deposed and confined
ini jail by this court ?
Ilis llonor then referred to the east
of Kendall vs. United Str tes, 12 Pe.
ters (U0 ; the case of the State o1
Mississippi vs. Johnson, President, -1
Wallace 475; the case of the State vs
W. W. IIolden, 64 N. C. Rep. 829
also Grier vs. Taylor, Governor.,
3ieQord, 207, anod Attorney Genera
vs. Er own,1 Wise-onsin Rep. 513.
Tihe caseS no0w eited are those whiet
senm to afl-ord most aid in solving
the question now presented to thi:
court in our judgmnent they poin
to theC coreluion(~ that under the idet
or theo:ry of the separationi and inde
pendan:ce of three departmients of oui
envernm~enlt, thecre is no power adhe
rent in our judicial tribunals, to) ar
rest or try, or in anty mnanner or de
eree to dep~ose the Governor of the
. >tate from his oftlee.
Certai:.'v this indictment is idle :e
well as w>id, if~'no power resides ir
this court to arrest or try thle pai ty in
.\n ef!ort wa,s made in the argumeul
t.o avoid the results of the reasouna
low pre'nted, by saying that if' tho
Gjovernor is arrested by the court th<
Liutenart G;overno(r, or some othe1
idlicer thereto cumpowered by law
a iucceed to his powers and duties
Ti.s does not meet the difficulty. ftb
if the Governor can be arrested. th<
lieutenant-governor, or other offiel
who sueceeds hinm can be arrested. an<
thus tihe State be left absolutely with
out a heamd. The fact that provisiom
is made to supply a vacancy in th<
otffice 0f G;oveCor cannot add to th<
jmisdictuin of this court to interfern
b'y eriminal pirocess against an imeum
Lent ot thiat offlce.
It was further said, upon the argul
n:ent of these motions, that the de
lend(anit. Franklin J1. 'Ioses. .1 r., w:'
no t here iudicted for any ofieial ne
or is5oniduc~t, but for an aet done1 ii
his individual capacity. It is tru
hat the indictment does not in term
ui:: :o: ihe defendanut ocia:lly. but thi
e<.urt is v,bliged to say that the face o
the igdjiimnt dise-loses sufflicit
hei f::et that the acts or conduct wice
are there char.:ed as a crime wer
dlone by the defendaint as Governet
while I e was the G'overnor, and coal
n't l'ave been done it hie had not bee
the Govern;or. It follows. thecrefoirt
tha:t whether so charged or niot. tih
..eien of this defendant. as charge
inm the indietment, was ini truth oil
ei:l action. If it was mniscon:duct
ci ime, it was still official muiseom
ducnt or e5i ie commiutted by him
ThIaecons5idera.tious5 now presen te
:are sunficient in force and authorit3
in tihe opinion of the court. to detei
2lineat be presenit qjuestioni. It is a
n:.vys fur safer as well as pleasante
for' a couirt to w:dk ini the well-know
paths of the law and under th
iiuht of established precedents, b
ta ocsons new issues will ari
:ed demand solution and decision.
TVhe present is such :p occasion. I
mh.: coulrr .4hall err in its jiuagmen
- will be t-romi no wr.nt of appreciatio
*f the iimportanee of the issue, nor<
au ar.est purpose to administer th~
law wit i:upartial fidemy,' but rothe
fromii the imperfect aid derived fro:
hos leza! authorities which ordian
ril sl certainty sad eka?:rness .
e: &/des of a judieir. tribe da!
i o &'L' theri'.iLere, oiderd ad a
eithe the indictnit as~ t
L:.2.IL J. ..es ,Jr., be quah:ed
e. t. a y to L.'n b.e .stiek frot
.Ja' oeke: .. .M g
1 Tud r;N.m:.AL QUISmo.-The
iiew cuirrer.-v bill provides that the
t currency ati ,:hali hereafter be known
as the National Bank act. Among;
t he provisions are the following : That
the entire Imount of United States
notes outstanding and in circulation
tany time shall not exceed the sunt
of thre- hundred and eighty-two mil
i11n dollarz. which shal be retired and
ir in tle following manner only,
to wit : Within thirty days after cir
cul:ting no)tes to amount of one mil
Slion dollnrs. shall from time to tiue be
is-ied to witional banking association-,
under this act. in excess of the high
est outstinding vonc thereof at any
tie I'ori to sneh issuo, it hall be
the. dlutv ..f the secretary of the treas
-iry tit' r.,tire- an ami,unt of United
*:t110 no i te eq' iual to to three-eieths. It
:.:.Ii be the luty of the secretary to
retir, an amutint of 1~7ited States
not. -s i.-ued. which shall be in re.
t.dt-ti"ll Of thle maxNimumi amount of.
three huneod :md eighty-two million
dollar.- fixed hy this setion. and such 1
reduction shall continue until the
1.111.1imum am,&-ount, of United States!.
notes outt:mdinl shall be three hun
ired illion dollars. and the 'United
St:ttes note. retired siall be cancelled
I ri*it*.i E0 t he 3cuouii of the sink
t iI fund. It idso provides that oil
311d after the 1st day of January,
1878, a.nv hlder of United States
tvS th a'iiouiit of fifty dllars,
6-r any inu!tiple thereof. n:i.y present i
them for payment at the ofilce (if the
I trilasurer of the United States, or at t
& Ii. office of the -.ssistant treasurer at
ti he City of New York. and thereupon
h shall be entitled to reeeive at his op
I tion 1rom the ;ecretary of the treasury,
- who is aut'Lorized and requited to is
sue in exchange for said notes an
equal aicunt of either class of the
- CouponO zc ,eistered bonds of the Uti
ted States ; provided, however, that
the secretary of the treasury, in lieu
of such bonds, may redeem said notes
in gold coin of the United States.
The New York Evening Post says
. -The agitatimn in the Protestant Epis
-c1p:d Church appears to be coning to
a defiiite poit, and the spirit of the
I-hureh papers and the discusiwn: of
dioceeil Conventions show very clear
ly the issue which is to be made at
tLe appro:ching general cOTIVCntion in
this city, in October. Men of weight
are evidently uawilling to disturb the a
settled order of the Prayer-book by
oniission or add:tion, and they are a*
litie inclined to make n-w andl minuto
rules, or eveJ recomnmendations, as to
the details of costume aud eeremony. t
It looks very much, however, as if a
large majority were ready to ecme outt
decidedly ag:,inst the root of the ex- t
treme ritualism. and to declare that
the adorati-n of the sacrament is no
part of the faith or the worship of
the Protestant Episcopal Church."
A Na: TIi:XtE v.Rl C.Uti.:s-I
ToxI.-Tlhe ENcs & C'ourier s:ays. "A
party of NI,rthern capitalists have
'.urchatsed the old thecat re and circus4
lots on 3lecting~ street. andl have wade
all the niecssary arranigemnents for thej
const.ructiojn of a hiandsome1t block of
~tores atnd a new thea:tre. The ne~w|
s:ructure is to b)e called "Continental|
lock,"' and by contract is to be read
for occulpationl by the ]st of Novemaber.
The cost of its conrstructioni will be.
not less thani $140,000, wore than: halt
ofwihsumi has alreaidy been placed
in bank subject to the order of till
builder. The :rebiteet of to:e work is
M1r. T. L. Wetbb, and thle builder and
contractor. M1r. D). A. J1. Sullivan
The following is a recapitulation of t
the st.atemlent ofthe public debt of the r
nimted States for thle mlonIth of May,
ibt b)earin:i intere.st in the coin
~1.724,246.90ri; debt bearing~ interest ~
i' lawful mioney, $14.(678.000 ; debt
on' wich interest has ceased since ma
turity. $4.321 .200; debt bearingr noL
interet. 8517.844,927; total debt.
trlncipal and interest. $2,294,445,-t
121.35; ensh in the treasury, $145,- r
185 tI.25: debt less cash in the
trea.=ury, June 1st, 1874, $2.145.2 (.i
438.10, debt less cash in the treasury, t
31ay 1t, 174, $2,149,725,377.5;de
cre.se <.*f debt during the past mutttth
84 .45G.39.92; d-crease of debt sine
Jlune 30. 1t87:, $2.55(l.275.47.
THE~ SCNe OF IWE.LTIH for July i" the
first iinmber of thu5 third YearlIy volum.: of
- th., llor~ ue-fu! ::nd praecal mC azine,
which sho1ud bi le tou:lil inl theL b:ands of every
intelige~in: pe:5on. This July number con- ~
-tinl amon:t1l other of i:s~ mny !zie articles, t
oneO on "Our American Girls:" Ar:tiicial
Cri-e-; Idiosynzcrzicies of Pa 1holog'y; Treat
ment of Ciaonie an:d of Debilitating Di'- i
ca*- Popubir 'hyiol)ogy, iliustrated: Salt
-and I:se :se: On B-thn:r; How to Avoid
-ickness: Materna:l Re'pon.ibility; Wo
m'n' D ess; F:at, and Its tees as~ Yood;.
Seasonab!e It'-cipur, and muich instructive 1
readltlin mte:r in the [louisehold Depart
mnen:"Popular Medical Science; "I Cannot I
Afford It; Ceiibacy and the Shakers, etc.
Only 20 cents a number, or M2 a year. Now
is the tinme to subscribe. Address fS. R.
Wells,. Publisher, 380 Blroadway, New York.
t~ AN 1.W1-uANT MIEETiN.-TheC
m,e:ibers of the Executive Commi ttee
of the Tax-payers' Convention ;of South
Coaina areereb~y requeseted to meet.J
atth ir of! the ('h:tinher if Comi
merce,4.. in 9Ltl C har ite. on Thursdlay,
the 18~th day- ot d un, inistat, at 12
o'cloick. meridian. The m:ain subject
efieent orga:niz-ation. ot tax unleins
thrIu'4hout the Stalte. Thiose mem13-6
besiho c annoIt anttaend are itnvited to
se-nd opinions and proxies tol the Chair
e i-a'n or to other mnmbers of the '0om
mIttee.JA MES CHESNUT.
ClairamnZi Executive( Committe &c.
IThe drought is quite severely felt
by olur fariietrs. Corn-m looks stunted
and yellow. Th'ie hot weather is favor
able for tile tuirpenitine farmers ; the
,ices are very low. Rice is growin!
-Iwell, end a pa~d yield is contidently
- ooke.d for Chickeu raihdig be :Iso at
feeted by the drought; we have seen
e two old hens carefully endeavoring to
rai:se uone biddy betweenl them. The
eatile clme ini town in search of water.
._ alu tlhe deleIts and branches have
failad t.o supplyf their wants.-h
thermometer is up amnonghe nineties.
a f~NcrTetoIn Planet.
e There are three hundred different
r sects in England, and seven sprung up
during the past year, viz.: the Coui
r-'cational Temperance Free Churcb,
de gg Missions, the New Metho
lig, tIhe( ?rye-.u4 TUnion,the Union
rudaus, tiky puse;tggy' 3.nd the
thait no. -t of~ thir e vea-o
aaed, and but " -aa
teeis a diffceece betwen~1A
~onls and those of animals. ~ I
TPOS, F. GRENEKER, EDITOR.
IRA 3J. .TONES, ASSISTANT EDITOR.
NEW1 Eflit HY. S. C.
VEDNiESDAY, JUNE 17, 1874.
. %-APER FOlv THE PEOPLE.
T I . I..r. .I is 1 :1 1 ih .-- !I hez*, r -p..ct 1' F:, IA
ly New-p:ier. d:-vot-.' t im initivrill in
- 0 the !-op-lr f t I C41uty ruidl the
1:1tv. It eirou:te- extvi -voV. 4ad a- an
lv rii: :w : nio.-r- tinlriv.1114-411ad
:2tnl~ t': . For Terin-, see irm v.
ie Lnurcn% itnil Iond.
The Lureusvillle HIrrai iwparts
he gratifying informatiou that every
hing iu re-ird to th,. ro::d is progrres
ligZ as satisfactorily as could be kxpq(-.
. Negotiatiois by this ti bin
toubtless eompleted. work on the roid
Vill be connuenced iii a fl-w days. and
lere is every reams to b-lieve that
It will he right .oun.
A Fact to be Cosidered.
At a receiqnt meeting held in Atlaiita,
hie A-ri(-tlttural Co.-Jg,ress stateild t:
he crop of 4,)(t00.00 b:ues oft COttIo
old for $22),000,000 less thit the
mount, obtained for the erop of 2,560,
00 bales. This shows conclusively
hIat the biggest crops (to nit always
ring the larest amount of money.
VIhenever the supply exceeds the de
iand the price of the while dimin
ies. So would it not be well for the
armers to consider whether it would
ot be wise to plant :t iess area in cot
j0? The incomje on cotton would not
hereby be much reduced, if any,
rhile rou: w . d be left for raising
Aill, the Want of which is fast dem
ustr:ting the truth that all cottou
nd uo grain leads to poverty. Co
peration will be necessary to 111:ke
uy effort in this directiou successful.
The Ninth Census.
The fullowint table taken from the
ith census miows that there are but
hree States iu the Union in which the
egroes are in the majority. In fiet,
ere are but two that could be .outt
d upon with certainty, since the ne-gro
iajority in LouisianL is very
eing, but little more than two thous
.l aaa............ I -2,3N 4 5.1) 4.7
rkia nsa . ...... .:2.lb15 .ui i.l'
etoriaa............... . . lEi.i7d6 12 4:
en tith............... ;s1,0,. 5.1Qd
,iOiia na............. 3,0"ll0 ~ .~i 7.s
is,-iIi ppi ............ 3 2.s5
orthl Carolina..... (675.47032.5022
('1th1 Carolina.... 2$I.W741.5 e'.i4
-xasi:i. ...... ...... 712,.011 2.9 4I 12$2
rTinis .............. isatratig.tenic
rnron~ the hought Cl. lI Slaj'Sty.
e lztleiily a(Iiiit.id by .i.5lr1 45.874b
2kllS ird Cir~ervt2v.sth:r tl39,i"v
~ri ofvotin iR th 9ju.ts n 4.5l)S
Wli ar'l ropet v4ll .s fo t ':4
*Neg.rot \fi ao lrites. ue fo i
C45.(umnulative Voting. :rrrt
Thirs secltisatatildeng ttntion il
monlg the d thohi tful. ' It semurt
e geal adm:tn lr seittdbybt tit ub
eahs and'Consr vive o s tar this ay
dnoftr votigi the uste t and:: mos:ti
rul~ a reulian bhee othe mort
presentIl2il iI tative . We arhecde li
-ivro irrt,adp that ato
iri Sout h Carolila is pot fa ri off The in
yae:s ofe at atagonpriti umric nal
ajrt su rieicause?fou i
rss Cumtive fortingasr, mnrty
treetayio woreuldt rmove tS vil.C
Thwer Chvbi Uniontas, cornit tae
ridl dotordo and irits, ande touscures
inhe adoptiato of sste ind tis
tute its pesays: trst,exlp
-Te Un, wiry lli is o s faiort a :
aperV i n habd to rineou iris
oti1 a.: nt only hr e out Cari
.tai. but it that StNsat. W shld
t-0 inmi., the the hepublan prtyo
halloput thir in ivts la tir bes prit
2il, s ite bof the ria' lakO.
ihyibD. Nerly Lawyer Formt b'.rs
%iittasociatios ? oinrbrl.
uprovement, onthe promtion of i
Ieularointe.t seem ito bue the doe
loth ay. to fleryut liey Bsciet,
.ie :tit and pracr.1bi.tiead detiste
ldr dOcs,cand rtbiistran tusicans,
eronite iy pculir interest a.' eet
he tlwer Aond wes halbe ofenwo
lered wh this woul b ftrte eand
isdfagint everbody lse?Nont It,
:irtaily Ts itca tha t ciain would
mtinprove Otheirfl heade and arts o
Soo orrtmprov Temaset in he bsof
he eietYily nls brit beAusio
they robet ettherhir u uirrtit
wthet asocata iosNt ipobber.h
>rt.;io could ofther profen wich
oeition an have auua eingn
Yit he aunger lanes oaluabe S~c
. Ed..nu the lawyeh Of the State
in cmvention :ssembled should re
silve, never to rest uutil our St:.te
should be purged of her pil erinu offi
eia!z. what W(ouvi 0-- the resuit ' Sup
tile l:wvas were reiized an
dttriuied. bir :m-1l little. to :-tumlip
didt for i:e th pope p!mAt 1it sce
fit to nom"Jinlate. what' wx(ould eif the
ei:a young. t wi o th hw. a
vvrv tne:lcr sh.a.t indLed. we would
like to have t his matter thought of by
the olde* branelw', t) see if there is not
:m-'tin in nl. lThe %bove sIL!es
tio.sinuelythrowni tilt ais they prep
seatet1.d the tl\. vIs wel as t her
r(e:;,U!s whnich'i will re:nlily pr.'sent
thetmselve ot- 0 examintionitt. convine
us th:ot tl inhjet of C'otity and
stat a ils1osci:* iolS o lawyers is worthy
of ciousiderat ion. Who secords the
P1resJidet Grant'i View*aon) the
The 'residet belie%es it Y,? l". a
hih and plil duity to retii to a
s pLecie; h11is soonz :t..- practie~ blI. ntit
onlhy bcuseth1? party is pledled 10) 1
d" it. but b.se the stel: is 's.senti.a
to tlte pI:-pe:ty of th- Ilation. lie
thinks 'that tile return cat be helult
nlow wVith as little barrassu elAt to
ttit hltnry as at ay;)' futurke time.
As to tile mode of restoring the specie
standard he suggests.
Firat, that 'the legal telder cluSUeI
o-cailed. be repealed, the rep'al to
take effect at a future time, say -Julv
1. 1875. This would cause .111 cotl.
tracts madle after that late for wages
sales, &c.. toI be estitivnted in coin; it
would correct our note and coin value;
the :pecie dollar would ie the only
dollar known :., the neasure of eqIuiv
"Secontd. that at a fixed day, say
July 1. 1- 76, the currency issued by
the United States shouil I)e redeemed
in coin on presentation to any assist
atilt treasurcr. anial i that curreinev so
redee:ed should b)e v:ncelled and
never reissued. To effect this it would
be necessary to authorize the issue of I
bonds p:yable in gold. bearinlg such
interest as would coimintd par in gold, i
to be put out by the treasury, only in
such suans as would frUi tim10 to
time Ue needed tr the purpose of re
He says, "I would further provide
th:t from and after the date fixed for
redemptioni, not bills, whether of ia
tional banks or of the Uited States.
leturnled to tile trea,urv to be ex
changed for iew bills, should be re
placed by bi!lk of less denomination
ftln te dollars, ad that one yea
alfter r'edemtption1 all bilis of' less thano
live dollar's should be withtdrawn from
ci rculatiott, an alin1 two yearis all1 bills
of le.s th:n 01t dolla rs should be with -
"The ad vanta:ge of thist would be
tile strenthtl given to this count ry
Iagainlst a time of deplres.siont resultit.:
frotm war . fail ure of erops. or anty!
other cause, by keeping alwayvs inl ti:e
hands of the people a1 large supply of1
the pr'cCious tl.etals5. W ~ithI all sma'.ller
tranlsactionts cotducted in coin manty
in illions of it. wouldi be kept it) ?onl
Is'tant use anid of course prevented frotm
leavinur the counitr."'
lHe further sas "I woutld prov'ide
an excess of revenlue (ver' currenlt ex-t
petndi tues. I would do tis by~ rigidl
ectoomy and by taxt:ion where talxa
ion cant best be ba:tie. Incr'ieased
revenlue would work a contstantt redue
tion of the debt andi iterest.t, and I
would provide coinl to) meet demtanlds
on1 thet treasury for the redemption of
its t.ot.es. thereby dimtiini.,hinlg theL
amtlount of' bonds needed for that lpur
po s All taxe.n atr'edem:ptiotn be
States ntotes. T1his would force re
demputon on the nationt:d b:aks. Withl
maue;like thiese, or metasures which
would work ~.ueh results, I aee no
dantger in authorizing free banlking
CHtNQUEPIN, So. CA.,
June 12th, 1874.
1'1IITORAs lERLALD.-I will againt1
atttemlpt to write you a few brief Coutn
ty items frotm this portion, kntowni as
ICinqtuepin. W~e have b.-en blessed
with Itome1 fitne rains, OO comin C Ig Ott
Frid:ly.. the 5th. which was5 a good rain,
and tnot a hard washing One? as we1
had often urngth Sprinug. Tue
late oats had begun to suffer, but the
rain helped them a great deatl. Most
oft the fartmers have linlishted cutting
whleat, and I am glad to tell you thte
present erop is quite a good one, much
better than tmany thoughtt, amnd somle
say it is the largest one made in tmany
years. We could tnot do justice to
say~ who has the best whneat, for it is all
Iuood, but we canntLot hlelp mlenttionitlg
Capt. Hf. H. Folk's among. thte bea
whle'at ini our mtidst. We noticed it aver
aged three gralits to tile shuck, and
we noaticed mtatny to conltalin four, wYe
countted the grai US in one hetad and
found it to conltain eighlty' erains. we
thintk about forty-five grin is is a ood
average crtop. As we will soon have
new flour, we cant but wish you could
eat some new biseclits of en er's tmalje.
with a little bauier anId hotney Cor'u
looks re-.uarkably well, atnd shuould the
seasoas coutinue, we thinik quite a
large erop will be made. Cotton is
nothiug great, althtougzh a few shapes
can be seen by close observlation1. The
rloredl pe'ople in lthis setth:etntt are
working weit. andl I tintk mtaniy will
agree w;ith tme in sayitng credit is due to
them for their industry at present. We
hope it may cootinlue. We are now
enjoyirg blackberry pies and sweet
milfk for dinner, a dish which I!
think will eatual fried chicken. The
p rorp is flte'a large onte. I am~
New England has $ 110,489,96G of!
curreuey, and pays taxes to the govern
ment to the amount of' $5,440,48 1.60.
The Southlern, Western and Pacifie
States have 8126,440i,418 of currency
and they pay in tan~s to the Federal
C :'.'wnna.nt the sm of 1.
The erops in Fairtield are looking badly.
The crops arc v b- backward in Marlboro'
T.e U . S. w as red e:- 44.500 000
In.i M.y .
'I e hni: s;:te, have 7.3,0M0 miles of
Several cases of ?nall-pox are reported in
The small pox is ;.I i-e is'a-il of
Th'. .pin o' Colutnm>ia is .u)pos:s to
je U,) n: 1*2;l*U.
Tli St:e Norm:ti! 6e bio Will bf! Upeled Oil
he 1t of A(L remnber :::-Vt.
A tat t:di cae:!e ik killing :0l Ohe logs and
hiekens in L, ureit Couiy.
Thl Qt:ind <.f cort ::iid cotton in Cli-ter
ield 'ounty is very unpromising.
The erot are rw:ported in tint- rcmilition it
pvry ortion of Anl erson CoIunitv.
The cot :o1* factory ofd Sam;so llI al; & Co.,
it Grceuviile, has beI COnipl-ted.
Eeirior L'dg. of Good "enplir inl C
unbia lj:ive a-:ahiiei l public ibrary with
A nuclei,: (t tv w himilred volumes.
Gov. Baxter t Arki-as hil- retused to
dea the .\nn-ityi: a. pa.-:<l by the Legi-la
mre, an.. arre't- i trea.;) vo i n ie.
The right wortly grand lroige o0f1od Tem
p!ar' have voted :o ntl I the no.x- annual sc,
irn :I Bloom i::gin. !11.
Thec c'hini'e,e Pc .in tiroia :ir;- bvin- con.
er d toC ..:..:. A t :t rl,c:a prnayl!r
mIeeiiit in: i 1:.:: :i ie'. S.-I :u ny :lI , cighty
jerem pre-ecnt, :i.:l wt: - very 'Ie >:i:,aL
P'.iir-c .hy i, !!th a e ll. -a ysi,Cn t',
A riIt ill y g utu leli -, wliuc , it i) ;1!serte ,
n:y ie .1--. univer,ally, an<i thu- obviatl
t- of i'llc ilm ication heween :1
ill n,Of <!Ire lcit bci:ta;re.
W,at (CIv ole of til,- ee.,-11-,1yv convii"'ctl
Colly C Illmini- r im t ' l r-nw.ell h,a, blen
. loud y Goverii,: Mo-v-:. It is mider
lAwd that tilis was db.ne on tle recornoe.hli
iOnl of .iud;;e I:her awi -oli-c- ig;rb:.
Ile ret'Ortned irth,vr.ri,-.;, ill coilition
t Pihilmlelphi;, adopted a resoin:i that
liey coisidered the orders of 'atrous of
Itaniulnry or Grangers prejudicial to the
a!.,t interests Utociery and a a lawless .1nd
Ileflicient way of obtaining retdress for
Pope Piuls IX leotipleted fite eighl ty.-econd
-ecar f iiis age on the 13111 of May. Ii
lollies< received 170,000 lettere of comgratu
ation-12,000 olc then from Ituiian.s-during
he one da.y. adl.! lae b.aeti, with orh-vr
pkile, of ,ce siname ort, were being carried
o hi, chamhers it the Vatican after lie Irad
There lives on the Blue Ridge, near thi
lace, a womnan 65ye.irs old, who has not had
pair of sioes on tier fe-:t for more itan 12
,vars. She Iiii 6 children, nt-ither of them
;iow a let:er ill the hlook. Sit nLever had a
Sible uor any kind of book ii her h.Iuse in
er life - &'lbville (N. C.) Expiosi:or.
Several Madridi new.p:pers are accusinl:
u.sh ing. the Amerieisa inister, ef beilg
re.nt at a binquet given by the opposItionI
epitics, inclu:ling Figeraus and Ca,;e;lar -
lie editors Isagges: tiat Cuihing ruit lie ig
orat:r of Eropeain diplomticn:tie r:. as
rell as the signiflc:mice of certain names.
Louisi:nia i afflicted beyond all preced:nt.
)rogight i vi, itinl tho,e portions f- tim
alce that are out of tie reach of the filos.
o tlihat the Country pre.Oents the painful
niom:ly of being dried up where it la not
ten drowred out. It is evilent tha the
vmand for aid is most Imperative and
FoR -1Hi:: HNALD.
Trip to Edgelield.
Bu.aiess of ilmiportance called us to
.a few days ago. ;tnd, as we saw
omietingia wo rthi relatine . we ha:ve coua
lude1d to "rusha inlto prinlt''" c nt it.
We travelled by racil, anid. (if course,
ino) to pcass through Columbia.~1 whtero
ve were mtet with ncumierous comiplainats
>f the dullness of the titmes. Ini fact,
radle at this season is coinfinaed to the
care accessalries ot hfte-whisk2'y, to
laco andc provisionls. We would
le$e:iit, at lenagth, uponi the inew C2ity
-Iull tad other noble structures loom.
Zig up~ to the eh,uds. but the'y have
irea:dy beent not iet ini youtr coluaus.
The C. C. & A. Rt. R. ruics through
hce richest cot toil belt in the State.
1kon)ig thcis rail roacd to the P1inea IlIcuse
-the terimiitns o'f our 4)>urney onl it
to' be seenl the nu :est f:aiminlgregiout
ai the St.ate. The erocps of ccll kinds
re lh.ociing splendidly-aut least two
;eescilavantce of outrs. The smiall
train crop hias been harvested, and.
ye are told. the vield was all that
ould b.e expected.
TIhe Ridge is ain elevated table land.
ituated admcirably for the highiest de'
~ree of fertilization)l anid culture. We
Lre s0 chiarmeld with this region, that
we thiunk it a tuiost desirable place to
cicate, arid if those who are emiigra
ing fromi our State every year would
lily .:c there, their highest hopes of
-ehincg a rich tfiarin coutrytt tulebtt
Within a stotie's throw of the Pine
louse, several acres of land c,old re
-enctly at one hundred dollars per :aere.
An old acequainctance of ours, livinig
it the samce place, owias a lairge tract.for
which he w'as offered rifty dollars per
icre. Thlis looks like business, acid
v'e cci say with e:aiphasis, thaat thec
:e'.ple alonig this naew line of railway
ite no loa.ger w:irtinog for scu:nethuing
:0 "turti up," but with stout bie-rts
uId .strong haindcs they are inerving
hemtselves tor deeds of nioble unider
~akingc. T1hiey are "'turiig up"' the
ich sod with a will, by which they
will reap the~ goldeni reward of well
The Grand .Jurv of E. found ini
Jietmaenits against 'the County C'om
miioers fo ir tgross offTiial mniioman.
LtemenLrt :and emibezzlemenclt of thle
tutyt funds. WXhat persecuttins are
beinig waged against those 'inoc"int
"birds of prey' all over the Stacte:
'Justice tmaty be ob5cured1 for a seasti.
but thec eternal yea'rs of G;od aire i'.crs.
tcd. ait the proper title. she will reacs
sert her sway with wereiless vengeatnce.
By ; h:e of vetnue. Arthur G loveir
will be tried here at the iu-xt term of
Court for thle homaicide of Willie fGo
milliou-at whaich time we expect to
see quite a naumber of the Edgelield
boys over here 'The Court llouse at
E. is richly entitled to the :ippellattion
if the furnaee of South Carolitia. It
is admirably situated to receiY , coua
eIei r and rett-ct the solar il.:iya or the
biiebest de'zree of intity .
I:arpente is tin able~judige, and
pushes through the busincess of the
yourt, with celerity. Our mcemnoriesf
>f Edgefield are of the most pleas
ng character, and we found delight
a meeting and reviewinggold acquaint
On our reta;rn home. we were pleas
d to see refreshcing showers Water the
~arth. and inv,igorate that teuder
laint which is the "staff of life" for
aan and beast. We noticed, with
~leasure. a much larger acreage of grain
,f all kinds thau has beeni put iu for
everal years. Our people are begiu
ing to learn. though late it be, tha t
>uly a diversified industry insures aJ
FOR THE HERALD.
Mux T PLEASANT, S. C.,
.une 12, 1874.
EtrToRS 1E1I.L: Copious and re
freshinz riins have revived the droop
ing 1pirts of the a:rnwry, as well as
bri-lhtenin.f::wd vn1ivvn:ln_, thot aspect;
of the fields. Cucumbers have droppe-d
down so in:;eh in pric., that the quan
tity going forwarl is in conseuelce
much reduced. Toiiatoes are beii
slippde frethe. :ul also pJotatovs in
consilerable <pm uatitis' nov.-while the
ean erop is 4 entirely exhau:d. Okra
reClhes the maILrket in very snaill p:r
cel vel. while tile cool :m(d liteiols
nwlon imust as yet he cnly allicipated.
I have recently be,n readin-. with
intore,t andl plenr , a1 book pliblish-d
in 7 l Mei.r Walker. Ian1 &
Cogswell, the ;mthor of which is Mr.
George W. Willi:uns. tile succes;Sful
ierhaelnat and h:mker of Clarlestou.
The mT1echania:l exeui01 reflects great
Ccdit onl the pudblishers. nd shows tht
this kind of work can he gro( up :ind
cltn11eted ns tastefully in Charleston as
in mnyl Northerl, city. None are 5old,
:1thollIl thte editionl costs a large S11111,
but the l:2mk is distrib,ted by the:thor
amnong his frielld. The titl. pagle
reais. "Sktches of T'1ra%14 in the Ol.1d
:a1i NeW Wotirild," :md tie book is di
vided into sections. The first is "A
Tour of Iwo luotils i the I uew( o(
the Antill:s," ad consists of *welve
letters from vari pors -,f Cub: from
22ud Dee.. 185.7, t1 .1ev. The
next is ".Wavid. Tr:tvel in the il I'ited
Stntes and British Amiiericn. Au ust
-ui Septenmber. 1I.-J. Then "Sketches
of what I saw in Europe*, :11 letter;
fr.omii Jlv to Novelmber, 166. The
rest comlprisei mliscellaneou., papers
and Correspondence. The letters are
vigorously wxrittenl ill : plaill tyl(
Without ornm:nent. exhibiting the view.
a1n( observtions of a shrewd mind. and
reflect the claracter of the nian, ener
getic, prollpt, decisive.
An inCidellt of lis hoVho0d. rela1ted
by himself, I tralnscribe ns slowillg
"the hov the f *-ther of the man." Born
mllid the wild mountain scenterv of the
.Nacoonhee Vallev. inu-red to hardrness
and self-reliatice. his earneter was
formled upon that model. IIe says, -It
was a custoll of iy father, as a m1Pe:anS
of encouraging 11S SWs to labits of in
distry, to give to each a sm:Lll pYri.1n
of jand, tlo products of whlici they
clailled as their owN. My broad acre
beani at the fro,t an1d ended at tile su
mit of the Ildlan Mounld. It was too
st(ep :it rugge d to be Cu.ltiV:Lted b the I
plongh1. I had to relV entirely on tile
ihoe. Havinlllg pitclel 11V (rop, tle te
der pl:its sprang from the rich soil,
anl my hopes ran high :t the prospect
of a bountifil vielid * the scorch
n sillsU c:mie, hitt 1not a drop of r:itn
** * Asi I stood] gazing1 onI my2
hb!ighited pro(spets. myl eye fell 1upon tile
he:mttifuil Chalttahoeie, wich(i makes
nearly a circuit arounId tile mou02nd. At
tile sighlt of this mlomiltainl streamn, htope
revived, I saw that sulcce~s wats within
my grasp. No time was lost inl ap)ply
ing to eachl thrifty hill of corn, the re
freshing waiter hroutght ill a1 bucket from
the Chattahtoochee by the light of tie
mloon. Thle patient atnd unwe:u-ied ap
plicationl of wa:ter whlen ratin faliled,
saved myi cr*op :-nld m1ade my fortune of
ten dollarts. To this circumstance,
trivial in itself, I alttributte much of
myl~ success ill after lifej. This smaill
cap~iital of tell dollars was5 wha:t I
hado to bejgin life with, after a wvalk
of 150 miles fromt Nalco(achee to Au
glusta, Gat.. at wh1ichi city 1 arrived,
iln 183." Atuiid tile perplexing cares
of a most extenIsive commercial bulsi
ness, this mant of :mf iron will and self
reliance, vet 11inds leisure for quieter en
jomnents, :tl thle treasures oIf Florat's
kingdomu do noIt sp read their mlany
1122.t1 anti1 pertItlIed lcau2t ies :lrolInd
himn iln vain, nori is tile penI of the wri
ter despised or unlwothyl of attenltibon.
TIo the youtht of our11 counltry hlis calreer
s a1 stirring ex:ltnple of wvImt enorgy,
thrift and1( decision of puirpose may -
comlpliSh ill tile ralce of life,, and ant in
dhicemetnt to emutlat e the quailities refer
red to. Wiie I do) not4 deCsire to ap
pland an :ullbitiotn in tile yotmb of our
land11 to :wquire muere weahhI, yet the
qualities ncessary to success ill tha:t
particuliar wvill inIsure tile go:ad in the
11obler :ltlhitionl (f a hligh, htonest aind
proud aim itn life. KAPP~A.
There is a cry just n11w that there
are to --oid ho11lies,"' thte old-fas5h ioned
old lady ha:vinlg enltirel y disappealred
sweeC tlhe itrotdutitin ot dyes and1(
e.S!mlties. So longl as ladies refused
to weailr thirI own Iwitte hair (vet wha:t
is tlmlre beaut iful th2:11 tihe soft, silkent.
silvery l,eks of de:ar old gra :mu1
wa f tileecan' be no( real old] ladhies.
White hair us:ed to inspire respect
antd vene'ration. :md1 od ag'e was be
lovd-it was:1 cotnltedl an d listenled.
to with 1n :ttetCin nulIot !eranted to
the~ yo2un. An ttld lady' was never
deserted thien. "S shle noW very often
isaeven though' hIer, Ioeks were wh ite
.5 sno0w. for '-he could talk and14 be
ad felt n10 jel'usy of younlger w
me1n1: liut slice eh e:ist ry' has d i
e >veredl thet f'unta il otfV yoUth tiher
are n0 1more wh itte ha irS-no) mlore
.Yeui # lPfnrelanon.
IN ('.)1 MON P'LEAs-NF.WllER
2". it 1'eder *and. otheIr-.
J IdpIeTt lor Foree'1l-me'.
In purs:lance of anI order from the Hion.
M. Moses, pas-ed in the above.stated ease,
to tme directed, I will seli,
Qn the Fir'st .Xfonday in July Ne.rt,
the foliowing described Real Fatate. to-wit:
All that tract or plantationu of lund, situaite
in the County of New. berry, and Sta:e of
more or lea, aud bounde'd by l.e:ds of E.
A. lliggins, jands formlerly belontging to
Estte of F. 1B. l1r:ins and1 others.
TRMyS OF SA LE mlade kn.onu on day of
sale. Purchlaser to pay for p.' peru.
j.J..U wf RN;TON. . -:-~ I
I.owom.vr B:i-;KRT-PTCY D.01
sis.-Chief Justice Waite, in ihe
United States Cireuit Court at Rh
1,nd, Va.. last week. decidd thi.::t no
bankrupt in Virginia can get a .:::.
Stead exmCp11tIn as againls debt c'on
tracted prior to Julv ;. 1 -:ie
daV the State CoIstituitonI w:is r:it:'ed.
lie also decidcd th::t a an h;a: a
riL,ht to waive his clam to a hnne
f wilisvil',at Ceh n L' ,S. C., Oil
MIo;dav,. : ly Ile -. I I '-- -- A. M.. -
TWO 'EIV , F-. w ': tto, :,:NF.' !ltA:V E
M11* and'! ONEG (.\ 1: V.' fi'I-E. Eo
elo4te up thet m11:ma: .---t "-M -i
J)::!iv 17, 2;- :',. J ' C" L
SPARTANBURG COUNTY,- S. C.
Th, ve!l !: iwn r-ort Ior hItAlth antd
ph per. 1zr i ov .1or the . repaired
l'-ATHING HOI-SE, BILLIARD TABo...s,
1:WXLiNot. ALLEY .ANI) C1,,)QCI:T
G R4 ;1-NDS.
\2 .:- - e, '; 2'Uro :43 ::.!2 32 in the' l il
1:4,2. ,,.,1 04,3, 2 *3..,- .~ .2-s. < '2nibu
.tob i GalM.XN .& 'A.LN.AN,
.t!,o 1-<.;.6 %: . .f t a hi loe
Coi.ni;.. S.C. Jn:e17. 21--:!'.
Til, ;:.eti! of : 1. "I Nu !;--ard). of
Tr 22,e- fo: .e 3. a:- le :ebo - 1:s N -whe'.
hereby re 'p'':: y 4 (., to SeC.34 o1 tih
I . . It ,1 :1 hw r 'mn:n-.-d that t i
S..e:i3n 4utho2242 .z. v i v a : i. ;Ichl Schlool
D;i,tr IctI It .% y ,I .t':. G:.x f r th:e s up
por: Of :;i-Ir 0"wn c -. It. i arne
r .1:2i~ :b' t th ' is :.atte: rvcLi:.- the t
Cbat the, pvop;.. - ,- ! -e Ih.&it i . i of the firsc
i , .. too a: speci.d ;ti i ach
SchN, l li.- iet. The lae, S.121:1ay i.i Junes2
-. .v bix -d by t w Ac, ">r O- d
VoW, rS to (,e0 ..iv er e-r11- the t:ax. The
Gr t h:.. Ow , -pective B,..,1d6 are re- r
' d: tl' i .- I1!: :i Of thit e .1 lCt til:.P d
:2n-1 pl.:ce. t holding the2. meete4'3j referred 21
Schooul CumanIl ie,
.J r 1' :1-t. Netbi-ry (to., S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWB!IlkI.
IN 'THl E PROBATE COURT.
James A. hury, v. AdmiiSt:.-.o at the
Per-oval Fstv- of Elizabi, Wri:_hr, de.
C0.ea!ed, l intit.
H P :'. IlWr, W. Joh: H Nry, M. Jatie
1I:iry, N. C. 1b.iry. L. W. Hew. .ane
0;an3:4t-, M.' v Ann McKee. d the chil
d en2. ~ a:.:,,h- 1 2. n or ori -r hei:, of
YarLha Fra.ikiin, decease. Whose ncas
4.e :;-1 p.e1 f eid-e are Un
To the De:, ' . :. '
and2. to2 'C3r a. '2 p 2.2 :' 22 '. r .a:~ner :o the
twen:2'v day 4 .. f33er :he .r ice2 1her< of, e.xclu
sive' 41 th-.' 2.y of (I :ch. ,,ervic2 e 3:~ ' and if 2123
hiil 224 an34,wer2 the' co;;.-.int withif4~1he
tim2. aforeS4lid. th,- pl:a:iti in th. action
w3..:'ill 31y to 4h: 0 r r fo teielef de
JollNSTONE k: HA .11UN' fON,
TO M2 .'y Ann23 Mc.k2.-. :1232 te ch2Il:en2, }
::ra.1d-eh3ildren 'or ::er he2i:, 0: Ma; tha
31the Oy 3 bove 342. 2322n::
Ta:ke. no:ie 1.!2! It 2:he 4c4ropiai::t in the2
aboUve 23:?2ed .1.4io '.a:2 lIb-d in2 the2 otice
of the Pro)b.:. J3nL, foi3 the C~oun3ty of
Newbe.2rry'. and 52.3:e 4f Soll:h I ,rolin2.., at
N.'whe~rry 223 Cour Hou., 2)2 thie 12 lat da of
June:2. 1 s74.
J(OHN51TONE & II. RRINGTh N,
G;REENYlLILE x CL 4.U llA R. 1R. CO.
FURMAN UNIVERSITY, Greenville.
HIGH SCHiOOL, Gree::illa.
FEMALE COLLEGE. Greenville.
Vi T 3i t-> heC4i!ME:NGEMENT
ENER' iSES of1 the2 .41'.'v 23:med in24titu2
tion '. :3.3 n ; ,' he 3 n-::dar 3are. from2 anyl 'ta.*
tion on2 thi o: to Gr 22 ~ een3vile, wti!l hatve (
th2e privig ofI'.: : E !'I*RN IN3 Fi'EE to2 thle
same: 3:tation on any d.ay'. be2:w,en Monday,
the 1.5th, :ind Monday.., thet 312d day of June,
both dates 323inclu2si:ve.
NEWBERRY COLLEGE, Walhalls.
the2 2221h, 3o No2day, the4 3 ::2. h day.4 of
June22., both1 d1.234e 2:- ie!u,b..
ERSXINE COLLEGE, Due West.
i 2tor 3.o the t'o ; c.tneement Exe2.rcises a
22f this i:, ianian 1:, h ive the2 3 ame p;32:~ rivi
le'.es as abov,'4. 1222:n 5.2tt:rd.:y., Junea thle
: 14. h, to 2 . .iy . a the3 41th-li, bio:h dates 3
incluz3".ive. T1Ih(o2. 1 I.DAMEAD),
I 'eni.2 -d Superintendent':;. '.
June4. 17. 31 -:,t.
HOT WETHER NO&
Whilst M[ARSJHALL has
such a conistanft suply of
ICE CREA M on hand.
(Gouie to h'is Saloon and get ]
it, or~ leave your order at his
store, anid freezer and all wvill
go' to yotur doobr, and you can
be supled right out of the
cldlest p'art of the Machine.
T RY HI.
May' r7 21-It t.
By 2.:33t0e of .23ndr h E c ton a n:
direc:2ted, 1I wil se:i, at3 Nu.'berry' I.. IH ,s .
Un the First RIowlaI~y in July A ext,
t2. the9 h;i.he:t'' :.bh-r, the.-14 follwin:3. Person:
:4 P'rop34.1y, :oni
One (1) T weuty (:20) Hor-se
Power Steanit Engine.
ki4 Enl;inC is in tolerably good condiin.
Tec above 1eVied-2 on is the property of Ivy
M. Suber', at3 the' sit of~ Joht3. HelIer, 10r
te use of Joel B. Hlle.r v-:. I. M. Su2berj
andl M. ID. Scher, Marhinl Wi5t.r Su3be.r, by
ne.xt friend2 v's. Irv M. siber, G32.irdan et.
2TER MS C.SH!.
J. J. C AJIIRI. ToN, s. .x. c.
3-he1ritl. Ollice2, .June '2, 1:271. i
JunHe 101, 2::-4t. f 12 bs
I still con2t:e thie treatmnt of! die2 :i:2-i$' 4
sculiar to Womi1 D, bolla ng.arried4 a43d ,.1,. b
; e. P. D.74-22-F.
- inna a m1......0->_,i
MANI : .''l li -l ti dI . i .l l.l*- :
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO PLEASE
OR NO SALE.
PRICE, S3.50 PER SAW.
d0GL AND DELIGHTFUL.
CE LE 'ONADE!
1 t.L T- iGut- 1 R-iiN Nr,
T. M.l W0CKR'S
N. e Ix her0 by i ven th.Li on 0he 4 11:h
.s *i .d h- Ut ;,l reP o C n o
'ah, i. ' - n .0' . Iw l :.e. :d te
in: o;1'(!., Est::"e of t* 1;h),1:. W . K i!; ore,
ve'.. ::. -i;* L a: : . a e Illine fil N),' . 1o'a
: Aid dr:,a e-i.
e ii t te same, i;y :atezited,
me Ol , bto10 ! Th.it da .%
A.J. E G iE
xv-utor, e!,c., of R;.cda W Kilmoure, dee'd.
Noreeisheeb gve t. - o rth lih
av of Jtl;, 1 '7 , in 1*'.e Prob,.te (Court 1.Or
n( hberi.v Gw-mt.v. I will make fid settlk!
)-,!t Up:on the Es:itec of Juine, K::-o.-e,
-e' t;., ;31.1 at "he S.1::e :i:.le wil, K,,-p'y to
l-.ud-t tit 2;:d Comrt for final di.schair:;e
All perswis hlavina dit.-o.:las ag-ilust ,ai
'SVMl KIL1 E,
n:- K ;I r d ed
J:une 1 , :
"S miys 0 4lO 1 i
00,000 lb .HlDEs.
Ma ,12-td ;sf.J3~8
lere tril.ad Ixeds UieflnIsan
200e ondrfGds nnTe Braton
Q00ls El n\iea. aH-ID aE. t
-rUo:'at herI%. Sh Glden 3Sarrw of
ai.et. ec I lo sh wsTc. ilN
APIR L tIle Pr Woldrin.c~ whereverex
BE. N SpO N MS.T TOES.G
d:as to. ie 10.tnbymi p:t
[en. and0- Wov4 41 0ys :indl "C il ;1t whleCtor
Iar Ilitne dayCi netl oI.n rve:. Comp1., le te
ltit in iJled.ve pot . rcIt of4:! trie
abashAv.. rIr1 CHi rAGO . Weee t X
Ma2. i 0-.rt.IT S eu.1> . I TIl\
1. N.1r'c:l 4!4iC P ARKPE R,HA
e4 wee a oo41 l el ands:114 theiPlt VlOlice I
E'. N LAKER,
Lr.-StS. TOebb 2, J O S & Parker, tnpe
redl toi do all kidse :o 4 to e in ts Oline.
IARwileSSa-,f.y e A!ES
SADDLES RES LaTER
>LE LEATH ERLAIER&.
Ilthei~ h:at nd ceape.TI REPAIRING K
trl al or do e :oIl t, order l(I IZC
t Cash Prices and at Shortest
A pr. 15,. 1:t-t f.
xcuIr.iOll Sa-on of 1871 via
itlantic Coast and Midland
WiLMINGTOY, COL. & AUG. R. R.4
Coi.r a . . , Ma so, 1574.
ROUN D T RIP TItK ETS to all pron ent
rginlia Spriugs an:d Wester Ni orth Cro
a Excurion: Phint :, .;oo.I 1:: i! Nouvem
r 1, I874, will be o11 sale at the Compna
'sTicket 4)iies in tiS city, both '4a
(Ie I, 1874.
' a IIA. L:N.: at redu:ced rates,
0 onl sale. A. POPE,
FJ2y Good.m GProtitE, %4T.
tht :ll per t,wz wh want
1112. r or anY ther at le,
-all b ::,-. 4... %d . by caii :.U
a o 1 - :h. I n not p.pose
)jN c r i t Will ,*e th.emLn
'olit. an.d ive thie :":tte(r a t-:At.
i i b-li-vina. If fter that he
is wt satisfi,4, I'll respectfuly turn
hiin over to
THOS. F. HARMON.
(Wt;,L C,iiwi f Main a:,d McKibLen
H avig ;p:r, h.sed the goodg, in z4ore, of
Mr. T Lak. I will o:tntinue said bu
;..l .1. ITS BRANCHE:3," %ilh
Stock of Goods,
Wiieti I prpose :o sell on the
Most Accommodating Terms,
( e to nysAf,) to :ll who will favor me
wi a call.
HENRY U. BLEASE.
May 2), 20 ti
Tihe han-l:-oiest lot of PRINTS ever
brought to tiis market are to be found at
CHEAP CASH STORE
Of THOS. F. HARMON.
May I:, 10-1rf.
IS RE(EIVING H113
FALL and WINTER
'And his stock is large and varIed, in the
As well as in
HEAVY WOOLENS, &c.
SIIORT PROFITS FOR QUICK
SA LES AND~ SATISFACTION
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or ~other
Oct. 1, 3 -f
DO *YOU WANT
DRY G0ODS tIIER
Excellent in Quality?
IF SO. <() TO)
MlRS. D. MOWER'S,
Where can be found Dress Goode, Fancy
G~oods, L,adies Suit, Notions, of all kinds,
And Maiy Other Articles
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under the IImoL
Jilice is '.het place
For Cheap Goods,
And tbe Best. Attention.
Apr. 1, ]u-tf.
J. C. WILSON,
Of ali kinds, stih as
U.onu, Choice Hans>
Flour, Lard,. Nolasses,
'RESH MEAL AMD GRISTa
1ickles, Cantned Fruit,
heetings and Yarns,
BAAV?ING AND TIEtS,
nd all other articles to be found in aGR
CERY STORE, and all of which wini
BEl SOLD OBEAP
Oct. 15, Il-17.