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TERNS ---FOR HERALD.
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VilIt III "gree flcl.' ; J4Knrlo COieI I Tien C niS.
ni ;-- The ip 0ivi he iiscoiipitin tlio e .i.
ra"tiiin of the 1huo for which payi) nis lili tics n i u
Sniburciher4 who tiend n crit imirk in helie wraipier -r
lit krgin of tio'r paper, wlnl Uanierstni it th i tlio time
pIll far tu,' eiliili.
A WVERTISINQ RATES.-One Dolier rsqtuve
fir 1i: irst. nd Re vently livo cevii t.-r ict substlso
q~twoti4., ortion. A atuirt consists o'h olom ico oct;u.
pA iinl 'lve 111inc iifti s si0.4 tylle
eitYi It ATES -10 copies ono yir Twenty five
DilOmin. An extra copy to tielpersota stinki. g up ihe
cmah, Aler thiu k.t .tininter, I86.
W l7 Withlnoto 4 iiith tiiron liko d-to a clhsliI
r + neitl ti t o y is pi talit, iti periiiin iak ig tie
in. any eil tiny lit 1nier f irniei s ai t theintuni) rate.
r3 We whh41 it ciniicl. y slirt xtm d tat Olir
oe 'or blabscrilitiin, ativerlsltng mid Jil Work are
no~V The ofhoo or the .Nws nid ima.
mI., Is, ror 1868, in the Market Hall, just
nider the Tow i Clock.
l'arties having b1uincsst with lhis offico
will peaise noto 1110 aove.
Aicdress till Ihuiness comlmicea o s t W
iagogir~s, Wi.i.I.kss & Co., and ill com
ggg-11lientions for either ia per to the Elift or.
Reliuf for the South.
IL appear that ropiir to Gen1r1'
lHoward, of the FreednImI i I's il'la
from high ofli(lils in the South, hat
iliniced that offlicer to mako a repori
f ) (onigress wh ich is de.igned to brinp
C'on.r ess to tho aid of the Southern
pIopl. What thitt aid will be, or the
imot U1f it, if it be givon, wo know
That soi e -id will bo necded, nc
titne (- doubt. But nftcr ill, our peo
pie ean aid theinsolves to a greato
ixtont if they will only lot cotton not
again lmoopolim their fiulds. It i
V.4in1 to Slippose that the. cultivation of
~cottont niow will pay as it did when la.
him was lill'irrntly co.lntrolled. Then,
wo could and did compete successfully
with every otler cit t ('il-grow ill qSeer.
lion in thle world. Now, how(vcr, we
c.uanot. do tihis. So the oily eli I for
u is to have cori eribs and .wmok
It ws and eat tio pens well stocked,
and there will Ibe nonood to wasto the
Ginm. in itlivaLing a crop which al
most. [iny other couttry tan produce it
a less cost than we cat.
I, Congress comes to the aid of v
vulfforing people iunder its own juris.
d ict ion , it will not be more than it
4).I.ht to do,-cspoeially as it keepi
that people oppressed by heavy taxa
tion and uncertain laws ; keeps oul
the investment of capital, and keepi
d ,n the liidalo onitulation of abl<
mnd worthy citizens who would adori
the history of any country.
1d~ur titne we must atbido, a
hll ilosophicaly as possiblo. '.'h
4ean:1t alfter a storm does not it ono(
heitcome quiet ; nor does th storm aL
w:Ivs Inst. As the storm of .Radioal.
tgIon has long ragc d, and lashed and
beajt out political shtores, and its fur)~
i noiw about spenit, we tmay look witl
tomIie htopo to a en um witich shall b rinti
us the sunshio ogf prosperity, and th,
realkzmation of "hopie long deferred."
Indus rial Rooonstrnction of the South.
IUnder this head will be found it
thte NEWS of todsy ant artie fron
the N atitonal A merican, (a caipitail pa
por, hy the by, publiahed ini Necv
Y ork by aethuority of the American In
dl utrial Lengue-not "~Loyal" league)
What wo need no0w is ' a compt1let<
development of' the resourccs of on1i
re. pectivo sectionts. (3an F'irtield
for intaneoiC, beoem solfI-su 4taining1
'This question is immaensely imitpotani
j ust niow. A new year is just aheaC
of u1s. Wo have just now started up,
in 19 ontoor. Is it possible for thit
coniion141 (Providence permittinig) Ic
de end upon itself for a support 1 Oi
must wo look to Baltimore, Philadel
phlia and New York for bread and
WoV haivo cautioned, and agatin de
Vi arni our' peopile againsat the Jack-o
lantern of cottont culture. Its mo-0
liopoly will buring ruu itad only ruin
uiponi us. To plantt cotton now with a
*viow to depend upon, it alone to paty
dbts, is ais simplo as the folly of thc
man whlo buriows just enough of
mitnoy to buy a p)ooktt book. It re.
g iiros aull that thei farmer can maitke te
y yor, he oo crop alone. Plant
stdl rain, antd corn-plant any.
thing but cotton, except so muuch of
this as will subserve tho domiitt.so and
bi doftand. I~eyond this am~ount
of unitf plant and exhaaust ono't
holf 913 ot , Is .ninply pain~rg, at
- lranklIn said, too. masy for gne't
- Mount zion Instituto,
In Ih o~f to-day anppeari th.c
9uyltsout #ft U.A. Wood rard,
6 Prnipal of *Mid; 'flfMsut
'whoannounooasthat the exercises o.
M W 1at6to will'h-ekinea on tho 8d
IEffortewili be ade to erect t eaqom
c91t6diouind ing. tos
lftde4000tuDM~dations.aG o l dy pro,
't rd t Cohvoto Me
C4 leston, The. businsos befoe i
oforeo a State Convention sInee t
first one met in South Carolina.
And yet not a single Convention hb
muet in this State which is less abhle
MeCtilthe onorgoney now upon us.
Our condition is anomalous.
The issuo is upon us, whether -ourv
forefathers meant the goveriin'crAto
b0 as they stated its functiouot44,..
Constitution, or asthe Radicals inter
pret thut Constitution to-day. Tho
latter have 'moulded the Convention,
of this day. They have indicated by
their officious interferenco in the.
election for dologates, what they
mean the Convention to do.
As for ability and high and enobled
statesmanship controlling the Conven
tion, it is impossiblo. Mon Qio1alush
roomi clovation, men whose only merit
ia that they are now in position, are
not the ones to dopend upon for en
larged and enlightened adinistra
tion of justice and law. The degra
dation of the former ability of tho
State, has been the programmo, or at
least a part of it, in ot ber States wbore
Couventions have been held. Of
osurso we can hardly look for any.
thing better in our own State.
The Chadleston Oourier.
Tlhis venerable journal has ntered
upon its sixty-sixth year. The Dai/y
Curier is published at $8 U0 per an
num, and the 'Iri W1'eek/y Courier. t
. In the prospectus fur 1086, ,the pro.
Tio war closed witlh a largo indebed.
ness on the part of our former stiheriu
be5, so1 of Vhomit iave profferlId i15
piymnt. To ot hers we havenresented
no bumi1, 1om th losses andt misfor
lmes by which they have been enr*
ro-u-dd, havinig been spared the neces.
sity of doing so by the very generouit
prompt, and ieary support we liavo
uniformlv received. We are able to
wait for the advent of bettor time con.
filenily assured that whlin prosperily
ietunis i> the land they will cheerfully
meet their obligations. To all such we
cordiallv exteid an in vitation to renew
The Convention Looated.
From the paragraph below it ap
pears that (1) the Convention is to
meet in the Club House ; (2) that
they are to be in session five weeks,
and (3) that, if no other great stroke
of statesmanship is Iade, at least the
pay ofqtho delegates will be secured.
Tho following is it W paragraph allud
The hwarloston Club Houso has
been formally secured by tho conven
tion as the mosist siitable place in
wlhichi to hold its deliberations,. and
(1eneral Canby has beconim personal1ly
responusible fir the paymnent of the
rent of the samec, at the ratoe of two
huind red dolhlars a wecek, or one thonsa
and dlllars forn the session. The
('lhl ouse is in every respect sutieod
for this purpose, as the largo hall on
the second story is fully capable of ac
comumodat ing the delegates, while the
rooms Gon the lower floor can be used
by the alierent coimmnittoos. No posi
tive arrangement has yet boons made
for thue pasymient of theo per diomt of
the members, but steps are being
taken which indno the belief that the
money will somehow be forthceomin~g
wheni the requisition is made.
The Charleston News.
Elsewhere in the NEWS will Fe
found a notice of the above popular
papor. The 1)Adly News is now pub
lished at $($.00 a yoar. Now energy
hans been infused into the eoninot of'
the News by the recut change in the
The Pesabody Education Pund,
The Charlestonu News saya the Pea.
bedy' fund will be distributed in the
principal citiues of each State. It Is
a pity that the trustees of that fund
cannot find equal necessity in the in
terior of this State for its distribution.
O'TAoE ON TEIK SoUTir CAROLiNA
11AusnoAn. -Sauturday' night last, as the
down C~onmhia express train on the
South Carolina lItailroad passed about-a
quarter of a mnile beyom i Le*wisville, the
rear pissonger car was fired into by -a
party', who must have concealed them
selves on the side of the track, and step
peal on it just as their h'idinig place was
cleared by the cars. TJhe noise made by
the train, prevented the oeenpanta of
the car, six in number, from discrinmina.
ting as to the nmnhber of guna fired, bnt
the shots wvhich were imnbeddedI in the
deer and ceiling, indicatiel ihaut more
thtan one gnu was tised. Major Hrohon,
one of' the Freedmon's Illurean, made a
very narrow escape, ene of shim haihs
pa~ds within a fewv inches of his head,
was; very much inconse~d, and we pre
sne will make an efforti to bring the
ofTendors to Justice, as, if wo mistake
inot, the scene of the outrage is withiii
*tho limits of hiisjurisdiction. W hat ani
sbated the neonindrels in making thia
dastardly but usuccessul atteipt to
commit mnrderoi, is Altogether a miatto'r
of conjecture. A brick-bat was thrown
lnte the passenger train, about the,- same
spot, sonme time ago.-Phan'..
.An ateliitect propota to bil
"Blachelor's llall," which still dliffer
from most haoume in hain n.o Na.' 4
If AIN SPIrCOn TO Morift-1u' L.
.-Prof. Simpson, of Ed1 r he
had large and long experi i the
odical treatment of mothers 0 ren
wo a publihed address Ie on
re of hygiene. lie ..0 'ot,
to mothers who send I I reri
'grave by exposing arms an legs,
N hoe other parts of the body nre warmily
lor e, e'her* lhe coninueid, comitili a
n - d.6de fde, -ow jod
Dould be so unkind-ns to tlo a way their
larliug. They dqniy. pit4r o uji;l
Jren,. but, in his opinion, comninit suieide
heinmselvo by exposing tilr own necks to
ht~cl~fr It, w e a pn sly whiob he
ol. Aol.ItjretdeiyLlt * ojnen sh'onid
)Ut off the top of tdr'esee, 01awl appear
Wilkbla b'owms 1inretined. soolety . while
that part of tie dress wie,14 sh.ilt 'd protect
thie honrat an'dolutia,' and ideiiforviuiii sia~ns,
is trailing in the Itud. Not to oioak of'
licalth i the presei moniuii. ie would I'..
mark 11latt the exshbitn or-' i Senhi-tido
bust eld Ianpliroaches i - th. elassioni
standardof harmonious propo ntn of parts I
mid fullnoes of outli-ie. 'u ais rtreiv, StIg.
gostive of beauty and lovli . e in
pluisitive otserver feel< iiinelf' qii e ar ia
loss to know the prectse liie (it uilvisloi
between tlie part wlluio t'v1sholl fi laimiti for
exposure anil the rest whiuh amtleity woumld
conocal. The bouitiory is 1oo) ciangenble.
More ought to bq> left to ai ih s igi inaitin
imnd loss.to be Condniiled by good haste.
lipt if mothers ind tull-growni dsughtftis
inst on bNing tho vietimss 41 faIsuhion, chi-I
dsen ought to be exempt from its insano al
cruel requiromentihs. Whit hlos faisthiin to
do with hildrei, or tiy with fasliion ?
Tu WAY M1. itos ltv.us.---Th
loston 'odit decribes slhe divkuuis readings
in'Tremioit , TemiileI : it
:trho ordei rt the l)iekens reding in the
'l fomplo: Firstthe nuhiience, all bst ingI
and fervor-woien crowling, ullshiing.
wishing overybody ot f tih wity-t he
litItla paisse.geway. A liniI .foro eiglh
tie iioke'ns gis s1tin i rIppenrs; fakes a view
at t l side of' Ilia pl forit -in1d Colls ontst
retiros to nfln'ant0o-roomi ; inl omt. iniut e innd
it half comesout. lgilin. I.ooik No. 2. Ite.
tires; comlie out agai t andgica un i hIe plat.
form ; iets on gas ; blhtuidl; rveys (lie gor
gOous spctc~Ile, -otirce. quito sat lelied: nu
ience .nll eye and expoolatilon ; cntel- loilby.
and vlews the sceno so charming with ia
roimendouit air of jiliortanco--in faut, of
sovteral airs; roetires, reporis priogress;
appears, Itakes a concitratreilly trenen.
dons ilook, ,:Oy4 to hin lselt: '-Allt righIt
perted," utul retires. Eight o'&oek aml
three minltte; Dickens I appeari's
book in bni, 1-ose in laliiel. whie veti
1111d nkc e m'. shining diinamuOI, blooming
fiaue. siarklio't eye; trif- to the plailfori
a., lively asta gizelle--trips !o ihe lesk
ditto; "plas:140: miore a1pplaiso 1 lii ckens
bows bows o:e. twico, three tiomes. lie
gints: "Ladies and gentleimlien, I laive (he
ionor to read from," eo. Ilvai1s two hours;
rusi idwn to uile roiin, taike some beesr,
slays to Dolby : "Big buwiness thsi$-500
for a c61uple of hours : peulto mui list thinui it
good ; Doi, Wo Wist.make hiy while 1lhe siln
slinos, you kinow.'" They tn walk round
to &he Patrkor It1iu5e and dino and wino
Tts EtLEMONs I NoTn AN .gOMI
11no.1INA.-GOnOirial Ciby lhas 'sent (0
General Orant repurts of the resilt of tle
recent clootioias held in Notth and South
Carolina, iponi 1ho ties'iont of holding
c0nventtions5 it in I . i 1 t0s, lis follows:
Worth Carolina. inher of votes cost
fo conveontion, 903,2t;; nsiber of votes
cast ngainst the convention 32,901 ; atta.
her of perscns regist ored itl not vot inir,
1 6- assinubor of inforimt! votes. .63;
totil. '167 ;1; number of votes .cist n
question of convention. 125.9.7 ; iuittilber
of voles required to hohl' th i ame, 87,
278; excess of votes over unnber required,
38,179; tmjority in favor of' convention,
0,0 16 ; niot votig, 48,41-i; absolto U.a.
Youlbth ovterolina.-'Ni cim f
cont'ention, 617.79): uniiiirt (f Votes 11s
against convenit on, 222;; niiiber of per
sons regiterid hit n1ol4. voting, 65.41t;h
Niunber of ivioiini oti In th 1q27.1 1
coetin, 72,0en0; nmberof oe e
'overi n oiniber r'eiured'c, 8285. \t.-. yl in
favo oft'01 convenitiosn, (67573, ii.> i ug,
'ro lISmurATr t n ' osne n -r ni: TI in M s OF I,.\ -
10on.--On Alonulay nighst, let wooni I weive
andt onec o'eioek, a par'ty of nhout t wenty
armied ne'gioes wenta to Ite house' of Aclr.
Stanliy, about two mihles fr'om .iuisn's
liepot., on thie 8out hi ('arolhia liiaeila.
Whoa they airived they woke upotne of the
freedmton emnployed by Nit'. Staisiy, and atsk
ett tirn nt whatr'ae they' wereo wor'king.
Some objection was mande to-replyinug, and
th 'pokesoun thien uatid that iio frood-tl
sman miust workh for less titan ''ont.thiird andi
f'oiuntd," (hat thtis wias the~ oirder of' the
Freteo's Ihitieu, and1 thlt if' Air. Stain..
ly'is itogro wits not wor'kitng poiin those
I trim, hie tould be carriede bef.,rei' and tid
by tihe officers of' time Iiiurean who gave the
ortdet. Th'le negr'o who wasi spoken to tol
(lie ritngleivder Ilhat I they milght oil beu glad
to work-for' bread one of' these datys ; anid
tIho party received leo lit tieto- eoura'gemnsit
that they wetl nli'ay.'-Chasrleston News,
Ilvouasrnurmo -Tme Washinigton cor
respondent of thi' No'w York Times, writitig
on thte-7th, says:. .
'MThe oounruy may countblently expree.
nOwY arid importtnt iegistion Ion thle reeon.
sirvivction questlotn .at ant eairly day. The
resolut ion' of i. Upot nd 1 Iso sigteihat
rlmeludmnit of air, 1bo0a9we.1 both muember
of tine 1eonstrutet Comitileo, yesteor:
day iniciato thtat. tht. Committtee is in
tympathy with the objects of' time resoin
ion. It now lookuls as Ithough a lill woul
be r'epoirted' croatinig -one gramsi militar-y
:istrict of the lon e 8ouithern States, ithli
eon. Oitarat int chief cotsmmind, gising him
ill power over the snb-miilltar'y disttiit
)oiitianders, even to f beir ap pointmsent atnd
e~emvoval, as well as' to .thte revision or op
provil'of thteir ntibi. B *omfo priO.ieCt of thIs
,lharatefeor will uinqueItiably be agreed
ipon as nteossary; to eounhter'ao. (ito effeco
f (ihe intlerforence by. lthe Presideont, hereto
fore atid hntwtafjer'?.
Thte New foit Tlime. saiyt ' hiTo .the
[mdia yield of colt:V iiihin i'qfii h y y
ticreged t cary fnvtfold, ltohlrnax iuan
tmo, - .Is notksdt alt probanble itat he~ shall
veir lbeato to logain otnghilg ,-ilse almno
-oy Inideed, as otnre ?d.r p'lperioe to
t1e rest,fit Jj iifliy- utcih-alo that, 'w
uhouldhv ett'elves muaniif'atfre't verytt nuoh
ne4i~ hrkeh'ly imt'i~6un, nr~d tIhen the anti
pina wouldi -eoaad:- bellot, .prices. fllut
wihhi (the:)*hoff yet.n) ~4l he South. ,a, the
eihifthip u gert giin~t~to19 It is'not ase
ig t brous~ teeelis th" odot/. pip dity:
foiV Congres~t 'fiAithif' ut"ellevid g~fii
Wtwity jger delft?'f 0aloro tax, one o~ Ii
- $rotlieff ( agi ulitnefiirhioh, yan
witout~i s qilhuld ne6. ,,Jurgeeo endt~c
on his she tjer$f Kl I.'a age j
eould woll t nlila dhjs of h 1tJ4
This is. tv fastit~ of guts, rnd gw
ser'on-year'ol4 brandy4mover Itoi A1
throo daystfoddatpaion temi
, e% taa: threo binndrod words
thle[ 40 laggtj' Thle acient, s0Akes of
as **know f-ou their lero.
1) o It ptio lased abbost 685 irerde.
I ted",-eP~raon Sn EJrigland or
orl .'pelln jigse mte' than about
,000 or 4,000 wor'ds in act'ual conversatiou.
tcocurate thinkers and close reasoners, who
,void vngue and general expressions, and
rett till'theyOSnd she word that exactly fits
Ileir pleaning,., eiploy'a larger stock, and
lesgnt hpliers nay rise to the comniand
r 10,000. likitpeare, who displayed a
renter varIety of expressions itin proba
ly any. wrltgsr Ia a py. langunge, produced
I his playsi wt itbo.t, 15,000 words,
illtoe.'s works fire .composed of about
1000, andtho' Old Testintet, says all that
L Itas tW sy with 5,042 words.
),IANnK FOR Inusi. POT.4Tos.-[F'or on
cre. take -8 4tkihels of woid ash, 6 tlielt
C nici~k li'n (oyster-shell lime sihoulId h.ve
Io prterence, if* it cnn be obtaitied,) '4
milvs of pi rlter, and 2 Lushels of silt,
ukin 20 busheb in till; mix thorotglily
oiei lher, anid arpjy in I ho hi. at, a rat o
vilich will cairr.y 2) bishels over nu actio.
'iho above suIpIS lite essetianl ingre
liettniy for ait large grtkvuh of potaoes, an,,
;otiketiing tmore, provid'ed- -the soil be not
>xcessively niegre and it there ho an
xeosa of these irigredients over the re.
luiremiients for tlie present crop, it will be
iry sure to raniin lit the soil for the hene
i ofafuture crops. Eipeelally will It be so.
i. (lhe bueceeding crops be pilatoes, land il
he lops be left each year to rot on the
roundso th 3t t lie poavh they contain
thIs being the most importiant ingredient
rin The mlixtire,) tay go to lie benefit of
Ale suicceeding crop. I wilt here say, that
rons iet iid experimnent I have learnel tdhat
Ahoulti rotation In orops is nudoubtely
beneficial, generally, , the potato' mIay t,
rad an exceaption, if treatod to the forego.
i.ig compost.-Morris' Praclical Farmer.
Dsiltn1SSuSATros Aoai.s-r Co.oir.-It if
related that -General Sheridan, since his
tlethroneient and while oi his popularity.
seeking tour West. visited afeniale .'emitntary
in which there were somo hundred whit
young ladies, ill of whom h.o graciotisly
kisjed. On tile following diy lie visited R
Ueg-o sechol in the samo village, hut --oh
diitie ! oblh hinbones !-he neer kiseed a
inI thus mikkiig a 11101. disgr toefulih. dis.
3riiltnation on aco1mt, of -raoe, col.r
and previous condition."
A G1 :i.:.o Sr.TTrr.mx-r is Rtcursn. -
Wlea.ri that a colony of (lerians, nt1im.
Lorlng about. 100, have settled on tie t )fld.
Ilutoni place, in tlisi District, bt ween Wi,
tereo RIiver anil Colonel's Creek, nnd about
twenty foetihr nit uts from Columbia. TI hey
ave gone to work with a vini-brinking upi
he grottind, recting substtntiail dweling,
bo id ,s va-itus out-houses, etc. The set
llelent or villnge, we learn:. Is do be onlledh
lIermtitOWIt -.tCcess to I lie nit'w town in(]
-k ,egimnmit more of ithe saime.---P/arnix.
ExOcUTIoN iS Nilw tauiu.- hirell So'.
ley, a froeantlo, coneucted will. the iuitir.il
rt .IMr. ilemuel Late, duriig tie sulimmer of
18tid, was h1unig yestea, ay it Newberry
Goirt. Iiouse, Burrell %%as h: largo for it
lengi Ih of time,.and was only arrested a few
tmont his ago.-l'hwtix, 11i h.
BOOT AND SHOE
1 wohto iitnform my lfriends
d the publio generally,
cute all orders For BOOTS
aidi SIlOES of all descrip.
tkits, with neat ness an1ld
despatch I have also re.
luced the pi-ecs of all kinds of work. intid
tope to receive tihe patronago of oniiii id
ill. Come itup ladies and ge.tlenien if' you
van t sumnething fancy and durable, aid I
vill assure you 11hat I will give you perfeet
stisftalint o in i.entness, duriability and
-price ; antd I horie that pols.. - lwill (listinet..
y' unuderstnand t hat. I ant doing work ieenp
'ir .ensh, aind hopo thiart they wilt not nok for
in edit, as it. will otrtainaly be refnteed.
jan l-I-f J. C. 1:ONEY.
11. -R. FLENNIKEN,
(Agenat for Aubrey & Co.)
No.2~, ilOtol Range.
BULCK W ihlju T F LOUl, gec.
PACT1ORY CJIEESE, 25e.
ITALIAN .\ACCARONI 3:lc.
blUSCO-VADO 3M06ASSE~S, ihs.,
PATAPSCO SYRUP, $1.00.
CRUSH ED, A, 11, ex. C, C and BROWN
SUG ARS, 21 to 15.
N. C. FLOURi, per sack, $7}.
IONTICELLJO ACADEMICAL and
THER first Session of this
80IJ000, for 18ti8, will open on
Mlonday the 3d of Februiary, and
will embrace 20 weegks.
TERMS8 PERt T UITION.
Priraary D)eparitent., .100
[htermnoiate os Academni, 15i Ot
Iligher or Collegiate, 20.00
l1usic on l'iano, including use of In
One liAlf of the tuition money will be ox
ec i adfance ; the othier at rte close of
hoard, linclding washing, fuel n nd lights.
114.00 per month, payable i-a ..arrtency, or
nt ptfotllone at market pt-lee.- bt each
Nar'd~r ust furnish a pair of' sheets, e
>aif Ot blanskets de' quilts, a coumnterpnune or
Nief,1 (pie of pillow-oases, towels, &e.
iontia must be paid for in advarico, eit her
>y the session or by the month.
A. 31. CAtITLEOE,
,Yan' N-t-'d Prtincipal.
giFWDTV'able.bvgdied Hand. (white or
Sblack,) ,to work on. Shares OR my
lauitatioa n Ja'okson's. Creek.
-A pplnW\Vnnaboro, .o .e 3. bi at thews or
)k e~foighl or at, pxy planlt loh to the
sd9 ed.2. 1IASTtNOS.
A 1PP'Y, Juni receir
fa'ul i y' DESPORTES& JIRO.
atT. s0o msorran
f" HE acholastla year of this Institution
for -1868, obens MONyAY, Lite 8d day
TEmMS 1Bl StSSION
Board with tuition in th (lig!iie
branches, Mathemlatict i,:.d A1
cient Langiel1rs, $110 00
French, Phliloophy adhnt,
each,. * .J5 00
Day Stcol-s. acordineg to the
class, froml .12 to 30 00
G. A. WOOpW ARD,
Jan --tf Princiul.
\L Lpesons indebeiod to u-b.y nLote or'
L.1 acount, will tin j it to th. ei interest to
See us atL once', andki hefore the Is m eh ual 1-ry.
D)ESPOIITE~s & 1BRO.
Lenry A. 0aillard, Com'r vs. Jacob Feaam
ter nud others.
N purslanco ot oders of couirt, I will se!l
I. public outery to IIhV hi"'gl! hlidderkeh
at tle Court luse. in lWinnbur on te
siit monadaty in 'ebin'ary next. iho tolmiwing
Tract of Land, described iii the ple:dincgs
in thisc ause. Kenw ase th e IIUCKII EAi
PAd'E," situnte in this District, contain.
S08 ACJR :] C
mlore or less, and bounided by laold of E3.
David Milling Mr's. Fannecy Meians, Js. W.
Young 11ndA of ters.
Cash sailioient to ply costs Of s.uit and:I
expInss 01' Male. bhee on a credit of one,
Iwo and three years-v., wlith interest from day
of.salo. eiciltse.so, to gtve hind withl good
secuIriiy and a leortglge o, life preniases,
and to p1:1 .v or p1apers Itid reveiltnue siamps.
I will nso sell oil the canlie dh) Iaid it
sIIne' ilace I hu1l: 1id1k of Esila1 of .J.acob - F.
Colviemani, deo'd, biliject to vi Jower, in
Spart t hereof.
Cash ruiinto 9:'y costs of suit anld
expenst-s of l, b hi llo a Credit of One,
two and 11hre' Jeirs purefu-serns 1o give
boud with goodl security and11 it mor11igge of1
tre- iil, an:1 pay for pp jirs and ceven
tte stan s.
I. A AlLL1ll,
Cum. in Equity.
Jauc. II ls1868
jan 11- tlx3
811-11H IFFS SALES.
p y VitIue ofrSiiil-ry Ex eciillins to mie di.
) reeted, I will 0itro. for sale at F' i--litel
Couirt lli-e' nI tll! first SlIombay 114aid Ihe
dly f'ollwinlii in Febriairy in-Xt, wihin the
-gell hmus of ee. to fle highest. hidder,
frt'n l thlefling feal Pr->perty.
Purclme rs to paly for 1it es. To wit:
I ne Ir.,e" of 0 Z101cres, more or less, of
I.ut ill irt6iielI DiIrict, boudied by ladsA
of Thos. c!iiiry, A. 1. Irby. James
Mlet ' unell. Mirs. Nincy lyn:ier, 'Col Wil
Smib1 II i thir<. l.evil v onu as the pro
porly of .1iha .\licklo Ito;he ,oi. :at the suit
or Maihil P1. 1obertso:: vs. N. U Robert..
One tract of 507 acres, more or less, of
hltind in Fairfiel District. ndjoining laniidx of
rhos. ruie, B. E. Elkin, Join it. Biroom.
Dr. Thos. F. Broolm and othlr. Levied
up1on as file property of Jailes N. Shedd. at
tie -ttit of Geo. Il McMister and others.
One tract of 171 neres more or less of
litid inI F'aitiield )isrt I iot, lyinag On I lie west
side (if Littl RIiver, findl oui the right
haind side of 0'0 road lon-i.: from Winns
loro tee Moulicello I by 1clinrin's Ford. and
buouined by lends 0t (-t hhort. I1larrison ,
Mrse. Miryr Aiken, J. B. Gladney and others
Levieil uc poec us 8 the Ilmolety of 11. Y. G lad
ey, at thle ui t If T1hotns J ordanc andt ot h
One trani of 1?50. neces, more or lest, of
lanid in Fifi'aeld Dit rict, on1 watlers of
Jncie' n's Creek, nhoiuit t he'e miile's nor1h
w~est ef W iiinnbor. adjioincin i elas of' Dr.
W.' E. 1 .\ e t chd. Cathlceart, J1ohn 11 I.
led uIipon n" th l rperaety vol U I. Ellisoii. at
l"ih i uit of i'. ii. t I cer & 'o. , D). Lau
derdale ande othecrs.
IOne loii .'..tninin nho ae~ut 2 neee (meore
inics in M~onticelleo. Leovied uipio as tIre
pi'opeety of' U. W. h'onedcit, I.a thle sieit. of
f'nleh Clarke, Robert. Ilouegh & Co. aned
E Wt. OLLEVERi,
SheetT' OflcoS. F. D.
Jane. 10. I :i7.
jicn Il-fl x-2
U. S. M.A1NH AL'S SALE.
B Y Virte rot' an Ex'cuion1(1 to nme di.
13reeled, F will ntil'cr for .ubatln Pnurtiel
Court Ilioro on thle first Wlednesdayn~
in Februear y nexlt, within he Ie hgal heoursc i
sulo, Ice thle heighies. lhbller. fori tcnsh, the
Puc'hiasers to pay fi'r 'li l'ei. TIo wit:
One tracet of 3061 acres, moro or less, of
Iland in Fairilold Dist riot, ly inig oin Yonguo'sc
Branlich, about one milo neocrthiwe n ofthle
towne of' Winnsbioro. anid iboundedO~ by lanids~of
Chaclfles Cailtheart. lRichnard Cat hicirt, Jo esepch
II. Kennuedy and RI. 11 Ellisn. 500i hrush
elii of Cot1tonc Seed, more or' lecsq, I Wagon.
8 Mules, I Ihors, flhe lhiibon of' six hecad of
Hogs, P'leantat ion Tfools, &o. Le'vied uonf
ase the pr'ol'Erty of C. WV. Fauceit, ait the
suit of likhey, F.isko & Co.
J. P. M. EIPPINO,
C. S. Marshlal.
.peer I. W. OI.lEVE R, sp. Jupy.
Of the Dest Quality.
W I JST J] 8 ,
Of theo Chcol eat Dlratids,
Of the Uighost Proof'.
W. M. NELSON,
At the Old Pairfield Hotel.
dhe i t. r
h .e Btis.0huroh
The Baptist Church in this place losos
is year the services of the Refv. B. W
Vihildon who has removed to Doko' NO'
uccessor that we know of tins been yet
elected. We regret to lo3) sicih wor
by men from our community as ite
tov. Mr. Vildien. We hope su-h
ould he always fixtures among ts. At
ny rate wo know we speak the sonii.
Lont. o the place whie we wisah M r.
V. "Good-speed" wheravr Providenco
11n1Y CAlf h-im.
outh Carolina Almanao. Published by
J seph Walker, Agnt,. No. 3, Broad
< tret,, Charleston S. 0.
The above is a capital Ahuanacnd
>esides its proper sphere of informa
i1n, it has a ruass of inattor whafea.
1o citizen can afford to-do without.
L'ho We her,
For three days past the watery ole
nents overlad have been poutiarinag
aut a yourng flood of rain. M ud and
ligh-waters in our valloys arc the or
ler of the day.
Eurn Out Your Chimues.
It would be well foe all our citi.
Lens to burn out their chimetie s tho
lext time we have a vet spell. A
'ow old nowspapers, or a bundlo of
vay or fodder, or a small vessel filled
mith alcohol and held up tht throat of
he chimney will burn it out effectual
y. Let overy housekeeper be care
il to do thi-, and there will he littla
lahager from (ire.
Wount Zion Society.
The meinbers of this venerahlde So.
iety will not forget that the r1gulltar
I nual meet inag will take place oi the
utst Thursday in this tuonth 1. A very
rull attendanco i.i then reque.-.ed, as
buisinessi of vital importance will Le
New 00ods-.R.11. lFleniken.
lonticello Academy-A. M. CAri
I11dS W\anued-P. listings.
Doot and o13110C !'alntufiactor -J. C.
[% ILL off'er ror.ale to the highest bid
der for enash. on the 23nd day of hann
ry inistant. nt his hue ii, e , 1111 th0
po'-aolnal property13 of' the E-1111e of IIhe Into
t'Ivid Miltilg, dec aed, cosisti ngIIt t of
I orses, Altdes. Caille, Sheep, Ilogs. C r
Odder, Hay, Plantation Tools, and Iiqrf
nItis. Together witlh all thit,
Id kitchen furniture.
Also I ho latations, (rir t. ?l w .9
aw Millq. in new and good repair wil he
ont ed. Terms of went will be published ont
ay of sale. W. A. MILLING,
j-kn 8-tIl I A dn'r.
S.A T MI.
N Wedmesday. l.i January nc:j. I will
sell at. pumhtie aacary to te haigles!t
idder, nt, the resideoeoor tle iate Jere.
na~h Coc. 1, deed., the ptersontal property
f to he E-. of \frs. Eliza Cockrelt. Cona
II A. G AIlL AlLi.
3 LI, persons havrin-g detiands ngnaia't the
SEstaie of Nichltns~ Wvrick, dtecease,,
dll withIout delay renider' tem ina. igoperly
I tested, to Jas. II. Ition, Atiorney, Wiunas.
Orou, 83. C. ;3 or to the tttndlrsjtieed.
Jan -xlwinW. N. M ASON. Adimr.
NFrda 17hInst., I will sell at publio
outcry In front of' the Court flouse or
iunsboro, 7 mte.s amtil I horse, alto pa.
y of Estate of Dr. WV. E. Hall, dee'tl.
11. A. G A IL L AII .
WILL BE TAKCEN
a payment of all L>EANl, aid by
1st January, 1868.
fampaignsi of Forre' th ndlHs Etaialy,
iii historletil a'eeord of thme maoast brilliant,4
L exploits and dat~ing ady'nturaes of' the~
ar, among Its mlany valttable r:n1 lii Wrest.
g-contribulQ9ps to biiatgricial trulth, plenare
p, en unquoslionable aulthorit,y,. al is
apresaentatlions In regairsi to the ntfltg of'
oft, Pillowr by Gener'al F'orre . . dress,
J, I' M ILhL t& 00
SJan 4- k 3 . hlileaetlpha, .'a.
Custome s Notifld.
Itah hhtve WATOIIES at-my
trwIll coiad faW#trd and get,
e p thy *11batlfot' the cost ofre-.
ng. There G ae Wt osi iy-7ad
noe 18#5 Id '67 L I ,
On Sunday about half past ten I
o'vlock, an alarm of 4ro was raised, s
the firo being at the rosidenceo of Mr.
J. M. Elliott. Tho origin of the fire
was the ashbox in the bosouet.
The box itself, (a' large goods
box) caught firo from tho eoals
inixed whit the ashes, and comi
mnimicatod the flimes to the joists and
flooring above, which were badly
charred. A few dashes of water by
those early arriving extinguished
the fire and therebj, saved a vast
ni )U Wt of property from tC.o flames.
Ilousekeopers enunot be too careful
inl regard to. the taking up of the ash
ow. Two things ought. always to be
obsort'ed. Ist. He eareful about tak
iug up ushes. Never allow them to r
be taken up in a wooden box, but al
w ys in som te mnetal box. 2nd. Never
allow theia to b put where they may
come in contet with wood.
Explosion of a Koro tone Lamp.
A few nights ago as the family of
Mr. Gorig wero about to retire, an ao
erdent occurred which providentially
was not serious in its consequences.
Mrs. G. lowered the wick by turning
the rachot wheel, Lit in doing so the
wick dropped out of the tube down
into the globe of oil. Instantly the
gas atbove the oil (the lamp being
about lalf-filled' exploded, forcing off
the collar, the burner and the chim
noy, all of whioh were thrown ou, ii
to the centro of the room, and tl on
ly damage being the breaking of the
cAinoy. The lamp itself was not
Frotu.this explosion, it is evident
that one important feature in burning
petroleum is to have the lamp well
Another is, to see that the oH used
is the least inflannable. The oil in
Mr. Gorig's lamp murst have been, very
L'co from benzine, as, after the top of
the laitp was blown off, Mr. G. jump
ed out of bed and blow out the burning
wick before the surface of the oil had
To test the petroleum, before pur
ebasing, it is well to have a little
poured upon some hard sarface, and
hold above it i burning match. If
the vapor ot the oil takes fire and
connunicates the flame to the sr
face of the oil, that oil is not the
est. Finally, when you \got p
leu:, get the best, and 'Vayb
careful in the use of -
The New Episcopal Ohurch.
Mr. Ligon is carrying iis strncture
on towards coiplhnion. It is luoented in
tie rear of, and ndjuining the lot upon
wyahi stood the late Odd Vellow's
Ever since the ahwvys to..he-remem-.
berecd mareb of Sherman, the congn-ga
t iotn of' this Church l'ms bee worshippintg,
in the Cuanrt 1Ilonse. The Chaircha es
talhishedC biy anad long undert~ the nministec
rua chargo of our tanost excel lent, anid
V~eerable eiltiz'.n, te Rev. J. Obhear,
hta', s;ttco I ho war, I ee'n mostly in
ebarige of the R1ev. WV. P. DuBose.
k~tniown aand admrired as "lovaleo Willie. '
Mr'. Un~ose fiaving~ received ttnda
copied a ctall toi Abibevilb-., to take
chtar'g of thte Chnreh athere, he is arc-4
eeede~d by the Rev. R. W. rimm igi r,
w ho will , tmer upn lis ministerial ser
vices to morrow, as will ha seeni by ref
rnice to the nlotico oi religious servi
For Deconmhir, is at hand, and
shows the following table of contents:
"Hlistorical Justico to the Southt, by
General 0G. Maniganlt, of South Caro
lina ; The Rocky Mountains by Jo-.
siah Copley, of Philadelphia ; Memo
ries of the War, frouk Mr. DeBow 's
unipublished papera;. Designs of Radi..
calism ; Southern Emigration, Brazil
and British -Honduras, 4 Ohas. A.
Pilsbury, of New Orleana'; Modern
Discoveries ; Shall we have another
Deoluge ? by Nicholas A. Knox, of
New York ; The Return of Good Feel
inag, by Geo. Fitzhuagh, of Va. ; Co-t
ton Supply, Demand, etc., by Johnt C.
Dekavique, of Now Orl~oans ; Depart..
ment of Comnmereo ; Departmenit of
Miscellany ; Department of Internal
improvement ; Editorial Notes and
The Americaa Farmer,
Thte January nuignbtr is a$ Land,
full of imnportant dNreetionu and in.
struotionto fartiters. liee a samiplo of.
those in Our Agrioultural oolumn to
day. Published by Worthington-&!
Lew is, Baltimoro, Nd..
0On Monday last a tract of loud in
Monticello, with coonfortable d wellibg
quarters uponit,. was leased eaiubpjg
nat-oiff for sein yea at the flmoor P
ateostam of $wQdd rn,4' fadustj '
ota colored inan was tfao hapjy ~1eo