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hos lay Morning. Dec. 22, 1009."
)pj'$o, Williamtis & Co., Props
seer1Flw> oraV ant1 thcir Unce.
T h. . l.jscri.ut n h;t i n in who have
t.o soise enoughi 1 to speutlate, make
u ,j t uKo.olt rjieeulito to advan
envy of those w o < u not make
idog', agiinat tlied that do, which
euniyets ly ptavades s~ocioty. Why
j.,ulu not . a tnan who has acounula.
i s'oie unrplus capitt.I, emibark it in
P' l ~isjq f hitt inoolve great risk of
0lti .-.*"1 h a fair ohane of gain,
uh ha a Giud to ? Can hm sot do
wh~at he will with his own ? If he
r wore to offer to lend it to you, who
carp at him, ten chances to one, you
would engerly borrow it, and a hut.
dred chances to one,' would not rot urn
it according to eontiact. To such a
losing speculation as this you can Fee
no manner of moral objection, but be.
01110 a loud-mouthod con;ei voter of
public morals, when he refuses such' a
risk, and ssumus much lighter ones.
Now this lending to the poor is specu
lation, though very poor specnlation,
and those who deuooic speculator.I,
denounoe the thing thoy theomsolves
usually desire to do, the borrowing of
a little mHoney from a spoenlator on
inudequdottn sanurity. The whole prac
' tiro is uuius'igly ine.msistent.
How viokutdly theCharleston News
is now denouncing speculators in State
securities I I-low many reasons did
it give, a few years ago, why, "bills
receivable" should be received by
speculators'and capitalists, and by the
entire people, upon speculation !
What inconsi'tetiny is this !
Now we hold it a duty, either to ad
vocato repudiation out and out, or to
endeavor to improve the credit (if the
5. ate. And this paper has consistent
ly striven to do ttu latter, ever since
O .oiat's election, on th.i vory clear
principle, that to atrengthen the cred
it of the State, is to lesson. taxation,
and att1aotonpitu I an 'nterjrise to
the State.* We- oaidot -a'er- to'de
fe it the Rtidinls at the expense of the
ocedit of the Stato. It is auzloid.1.
Bo it so, that an irresponsible ring t.r,
making nmoney by bulling scour ities.
Let them continue to do s), if they
ean, until Stato soonrities rise high
abovo par. For is it not evident that
they can, thon, do with loss taxation ?
Besides, If their interests lead theme
#o.invest in Sttte securities, tohey will
give us better governuenit, in older
tomake. tiosoe securities safe.
't'his lust con.,iderat ion is worthy oaf
reflection. 'IO Radicails can only be
dlefeatedl by running miiixed, that 1',
wie and bhick tiokcots. Wo (10 not
believu *he Democrats are ready tc
rmgu such tiickets with cay zeal at pros
o it. Tho Radicals, therefore, will
probably- carry the Stato. If, thou,
thmay are to govern the St ate agiin, we
hope that their solnhnesi, their inter
est, thtoir prido and ainbition, their
lust of' power, if not some lingering
souse of .iustice andic of' righti, may lead
thein to govern it welhl.
Yet it is one of' thoso daring, 1hold,
plucky, straight- for ward ways of com
inanding confi hence, that took with us,
as sootn as ourY eye fell tipon it in the
(ouvernor's mesgage. Wo know, too,
that, last winter, the Legislaturo put
a muillion dollars of bonds at the dir,
cretionary, disposal -ofthe' Governor,
ian d thtough-6hbey do0 no(tatolh thir'se
cretgy t his'inoakifo we fatted'fsgornoe
it will lighton the taxation, we rare
sure; and, in prooftawe see that the
tax-bill i Ed eal'ff6- butW"'iils on
,milk 0n0.0 uMllftr, for Couinty .pur
poses.: W byl a Booatse ths~ with
*n'nky b'orrnoedib appr1oeltingboofm]
I Mo~ve rr, much splecuiating, er.otipre,
snay be connoeubcwithi the coin-intor.
tiavotents in the seouritieg of the
per oen4t+.adit.44,000,0ofo tos
Achberitiedari 9ctoin*9 Bat11 a'
.6pPa of. the State.A The radia1
u..ingiaresbo e videni ineapo'rsikt1,
andi oan stead with such 00ompletti9
-agtii eiM ___ed eg
and u iluG~ecuffalie
pilN A# ;MalJ 4 9yare 1di 4
:nur ktll %b9 amesettet Ia zrah nld
sh d l ec ta la fore l . .
T i-1 st aJssd a
AGog Mett b i . a
It scems that South Carolina bonds
t , the amount of about $100,000 have
to Le paid next year. The muneay
with Wleh-A to'th i''tlictm"Aiedot bd
t1saedby taxation, but by is-ning and e
so'hn.g now bonds. At pretot prices,
it, ; ill reinito $(00,Uu0 tf now honds,
Vhichdon' 'htIer it bo so express
ed.ul tboir.fuge.or aiobwill ul,iwate
ly have t0 be ptid in gold. N )w the
bonds' that will bo issuel under the
Colu-bill just p.Lst, pledging the State
to redeem all of its scourities, pt inci
pal and intorest, in g6ld, will rise
from $05 to $120 'in currenoy, and
com;mnud about 90 in coin, so that
tho debt which must be met, will be
met by the issua of about $470,000 of
coin-bonds, inteatd of $600,000 of
bonds without specification of p: ment
in coin. The S:ate thus gains by this
onae effect of the measuro $130,000,
which will more than pay the differ. I
euce between paying the interest on
the rest of its debt in coin and paying
it in etIrr'rncy. There are, however, t
many otler ollateral benefits to ac
cune too numeroue to mention.
But the measure is said to be (in.
teudeLd to benefit speculators." lie it
so, if only it alo benefits the people
of the State
Candidly, it strikas us that the Na
tional topublican party has been al
lowed to take and hold the inside
track so far, in the financial affairs of
the Union. And wo very much ftar
that opposition, on principle, to every- 1
thing originating with the Radioals in
this State, may give theta also
the inside track upon tho que:
tion of State finance, and oth
er questions almost as important. A
warning from us, who have no party
at pre.ent, but are equally rejected
by Radicals and Democrats, may
nevertheless attract some attention.
rhe Coin.-bill a Good Measure.
lfi.-,t-ry tells but one story of meii
in lowver, and that is the story of
their oorruptiou-a corruption greater
In proportion to the irreosponsibility'of
their power. Though we are not,
therefore, of the number of wcak.
iiueir"' ni n nu lo-t all faith is t1 e
( t a the p,. osent regime de.
ingi auta napired by patriotic virtdo
(for man is-a mos inconsistent animal,
and even the worst men sometimes do
justice) we do, never theless, timidly
confoss, that we have stringer hopts
of eOusiderable wi.,don heit ditor. -
*d to them by their interet andil an..
bitiot . We, therefore, try to avoid
going off half-cooked, as often does our
contemporary, the Uhrleston NVw.
WVe examine a measure closely, be
tore we o'ppose it simply beoause of
its originatinlg with raidicads, and we
do taut despise the wisdom of the ser
penut, bec ause unilaccomplanied by the
hiatmesanosi of th dove. The paara.
ble of the unjust steward has its le.,
son fur tho opposition in. South Caro
The cain-bill, whereby the Interest
on State stocks anid botnds will heraf
ter, be paid ini coin, has pased the
hlouse, it is a good bill, even if bad
menu umake muoncy out of it. We vol
unteer this opinuion in the face of the
DemocratIe' press anid party, anid if
there be anty one, therefore, to whom
the lobby is bound, by the honor of a
thief and a gentleman, to send two or
three hundred dollars as a Olhristmaos
present, through tihe fonorablo Wash
iugtoni Barber, though we would pres
for It by ex press, it is to ourselves.
WVesay, the bill is a good one, be
Wakeoconsiderod in one aspect alone
sa~vps it over $400,000 during the next
two yearsd to the State. The State
must, by the sale or its bonds at pros
ent p'rlobs,'65 en the 100, issue bonds
to thme extent of' ever 1,200,000, to
meet its stocks and bonds to the
amount of $80.0,000 that must be
paid in 1876 and 1871. Now a bond,
bearing coin inatoemnt at four and aj
htlf por coat, would comanud a hun.I
<4re1 'dollars iq .eoureuoy.; so. that
800,000 of suoh tour and. a hatlf per
oentoeoiniterests~ bonds would mreet
thp.debt mim dtl' pressio ai.Tlhe
t feare ja por,se49l, woud be
~80.00pareEnthe ainual interEst
4oai dpV~n $l,20,00b, womild
9991i aaAd0 A faf0930,
e a 44&'&,ne
poeots with gold, abbsbn~de, i
r . d~34Eon t o
thW V4 i lbs
teds ItqQtR c~
Gy~be4:smA 1; ,tbo Sttc t;l o
'bt al ~ys to giv o ven theo devil Bile
Oa3, aac '"' ay Otte defy astonaish and
hock thi4i OtirfsUan community by
uwogisiug tba.d:Sattauio.xajouty.1.,,for. G
xmilting, for ex aauple,, some oe 90of
i4 fav*orite c'hildi'ent, sucht as Uogo,
ea, for elovatinmg Lint to onec of the
igboct, plauci in 'thie: ind, oy~n"pl .
Atim, him lip oia it' llow' m. "'Speiikt
'ho Chiarlesttona News t I,l n h'tu~ t his
A Far Jon.--'fiao l'norul p r4i j
Dms of time gild Id ,no .i cvuras fie
rotisaaturo, at~ ao lie au : -
.'r~c~r lot 1. '1u.'ro p" I ciptil oft
11 bonds ani m . tits of. t i t aite, anti
ho iatete tal *. a ,u, cla .11 he paii ii
oldf or sil :tr c n
Sic. 2. 'Tha t t 1,, Tma u . rt'r of' 114:1
Staite is her. by nut li'*risa.~d ..uad r~ljuir
(1 to Haire the .1 ~ a!.b~nry uxsl.aa," es
hiotigl the ilme -is Jial A emit ofthL is
>tate, ini Nawt 1' rk, for oura.) in , thisi
uito effect. I
SEC. 3. T.h41t this acet s il tauko of
Thle "miatoro4sL"is a smuaall Ila ter to
he Rad ia ac~tIjattas. ?WIi:. I they
vant is tho power to pay ill coils time
chlowitug anioun' :
per cont. stock due 1870, $:31 l,"! -m
per coat. baaid,, due 1,871, 30U0,000 ,
Snpanth..t they bust upI~ times.
ac rito itG o i c tut. in carr
'01 /,adcbtailm j a) mat att parI i~
fold, tnero wotn .ml be a g'ruiit a ua tlau
ratossotiuno mtaI11)0ut Ihae 444 na/i 421
hart-,,and do.lars in Tdd hlis is
vof it pint% I g for, I ,ibylia; fur aid
lay in-g for ! - :'h,, r"1 d/ol Ntws,
The M1i.ids ppi (Thrrian says that
he result or t ho Into ci ect i.jur hast
,reate,' no surpri~o, and it adcli3:
W~'ith. the ('l)Voliiti i it the Adl
ninistraitoa at " aasluta',un laud do
eramined to stit'aiin t he. nlal 1taury CoO,
iiandcr in all huis aansaeru1 alous iuitia6.
ires tocearly ti~o 0l, wti by viul.'a.e.1,
raud and corraai t i.n, the It '~o ci. t "r
mitaed at onie timna that NI , I ;
would hot-Ipa' e I chit cair~a. o f Ilttiil l
4uprcmaney in hill- Sa:t ,' ~evt.- 'wt..nt,
pa%..ed .away. Ro.l o. J a ti;C1111.1u
trut~h could tat 1lra'~ ii uaiiast. (1-0~
ax Lard junts of PI ciii!a' v ,f!:. ec" 4 aa m1
JlQl'f Uption, Imamiked I y !'rita t~LIrIUI.ems,
tuad or irn1~ dI fr it I e~a c h ,int by, ie
time to I iwot beena (Ifsoihod in our
e:arnuani, arnd t.e a aferred to'oral v a+
:hI flte'r, io theo history -of tihe ti mest.
'There is h~o aaiapend for' the' people at
whose expoia .o this wa retohed farmedo
in election Iitp. h,.n enuien.d.. -That
rnnatt libidelo id flaaemaa., hat oe
I lhey 11a11y I e. lit) Vever, theae Is 01.0t
lnt i fyinag I4 fl:- "' 'uaa. 't'he.-ic ~h, of
bte peoplo to Ia 1.1 a lair Cdl 114)1'
henceforthi, f1', a' from414a td tt.a i .at r
:d'eenJC, is .'-ji re'd. It iat the Litt
military tlunt it)".
Y-\r. Doux, of:A uaai'un, Ihlas tm
C MliAn Cecc er 14 %-No 5e)
in t Digh". -A.mzdl ttendarl
Bills read the first timo Coin In
bereat ; authorizing fiduciaries to sell
3vidences of indebtedness ; amending
)ho aot-relative to ooronore'duties ;
-elioving minors bound to .ei-vice ; o
?ruvidiig'for the appointment of cor.
The Mlarriod, Womep's Igh~s bill
tas boentroeurnat to Cho r Senate for
oticurronceo in andmt(lefntlOt.
A iteagoefrom t hte'Gotetor tratn. t
witting tholpparis :of tio E~x"ontivo
moi.tte and the . tniverity r.f
Lut h'Carolii.a was received. -
A letter was .re.oeit'e I from .Ju ige 1
ia. jc:tt r sking at itvsation.
The resolution expe'ling the repro-a
3etatives-of the News from the floor
>f the lli o(u as los'.
1'.-itidas presettted For -renewal
if the ehlmter of Fair itild '. esbi to
rian ('htI',h ; present ti nt of 'tho I
Sr..nd Jitby of'Pir field'. "t 1
Spoiker Moses received a' letter
f .mJudge ('arpenter, atking a thor.
ugh inVestigatitn of cha'iges against
hiini. - -t
The committee have report d favor
ably on the bill granting land-for a
post offiee in ('ulthbl.
1 is t:.
Tto Ii trae, iu. .s cret sssion on
'T.. linson ' -j iht re olution author
ulizn levy of tax for State rand oeun
ty piitr pse+, pasted the bill to its third
RIed second tine. The bill sup
plementing the act incorporating the
South Carolina Improvement and
Trho oncurrent resolution author
izing Salo of buildings in Greenville
1 11 read first tiue: Gratiting tight
to cortain perso.ns to dig and mine
phosphates--now bill by Wells.
Tho per diem bi.l pass4od and its
title was ohangud tonIn Act.
Molu[ntiro givenotice of a bill char
tering a railroad from Jacksonboro to
W ulterboro. t
The IlIluso's substitute for concur.
rent re.oblition appointing proxies forC
the Stato in the Spartanburg and 1
[J1:011 R.ilroam, was agreed to.
'Tho joint reaultition .ap.ointing fish
coi rtassiunors was read the first time.
Notice was given of a bill to change
the obat ter of the Central Railroad
ao as to run via Camden and Lanas
ter to Charlotte, N. C.
Bill( icaL Jrst time: Incorporat
ing Unity aid l ierd,.hip Society of
Chjarleston;: rechartering Bi3the.'
Gap Tu.ppike; empowet ing- oprtatin
pej ons to contruct at raih o..d ; chang
ing county seat 'of Ba.rnwcll ; in re.
gird to .,al a orlca td by 'the Court of
CONGRuIIONAI. -The Di at. r ot
Commanittee wet directed to inquire
into the propriety of repealing the
charter of the Medical Society for re
jecting the admission of negro doo
Trumbull roe. ted, with amead
mntts, from the Committee on the
Judiciary, a Bill relating to the appel
late jurisdiction oif the Supreme
Court. The 1Bill, na amended, de
c'area that the judioial rower of the
Utuited States gives no power to the
Courts to decide upon political. ques
tions, a:.d that it rests with Congress
to dczide what Government is the es
tiblislhed one in~the 8tate. -It prohi
bits the Sutpreme Court f'om enter
'ertainisyg juridict ion of any case
gt'wing omt otf the excoution of the
Uicons tructipn Acts, until the Gov
urinments of tjis lute robollious Ststes
atac reorgatrized by Congress as valid.
It repoaja al lg Acts a uthiorizingap
peals to .4 $pr eme Court in flubacs
Corpus proceedings. The, Pro..ident
is directed to hold and proceed with
all prisners held in said Stato.s by
military authroriyg i hout regard to
any uivil prueeedingg or authorities
The N.at ional .Executive Commit
tee of culored,..ineni of the United
States, through tlheir chairman, Rev.
Sella Ma.-tin,'havg 'prepared an' ad
die-s to the igqpo f the Republieug
The address urges the eboition pf
all~pro.-pective fonjuios int e nip
al laws of Liblinia-; that they believe
that the emanipa tion and enfran
obsOmettt bof the, black race wvill re-1
suit in great gectd to Afuica, and es
speciaily to liberia; requests the
peoiplo of ibni4~r to influcee tyo r
Conugress to ittitiato mn'eures so as to
alter the ccongitition aidd laws hy
strikintg out tlo wvord whits,, so an to
put the Ilopubgg o~ LI borlain Ia qoid
,wth' tilo laws tt't e Utehd S~tes
etil thted of ill otb ed c '.69ntries
whtos3 ostitton -eshxiotions, n'1'jh
h'av o th'ae iE~d "to Qreate prej'dl o
I~tflN gol rt( gli a li
2,,tnusatl AqigraIQp. a
honiv y oe to igoh chUdrep,>A ii
y 4rillijg to stoop .aen uge430o
ept em ghng tvra 5 f 4 I
.fn r ko egdt
There will be no paper'issued from
his Offico en 1Wrdnsday po.
:very Farnner tal hqi10 /e It.
The Rural Carolinian should be in
be handsof.every- farmer, merehantr
r professional man. Subscriptions re.
eived at this office. Price of this
aluable work is only $2.00 per an.
urn. We will furnish . it and the
IERAI.), ono year for $+.50. Now is
he tine to-subsoribe. (onie forward
no and all-and lend a helping baud,
o a truly SoutherD, farmaers' mouth
Yesterday morning about 3}o'clock,
i alanr of fire waS given; ubich was
ound to proceed from the premies of
I r. Cbarlos Cathcart, hii barn con
aining about two hundred and fifty
ushols of-corn was totally destroyed.
t was by the greatest exertion of the
itizens that Mr. Cathcart's dwelling
pas -saved. Wo noticed particularly
hat the young men did noble service.
(cry few of the colored people seem
id to tako any part in stopping the
ire. It wsus the wok of an iucendia.
"Procrastination is the thief of
ine,"-See D. R. F.cnniken adver
is;ment, all thoso that are indebted,
nd govern yourselves accordingly.
Ale-lR. J. McCarley.
Paints, &c.-Ketchin, McMaster &
temov.d of Confectionery and
auit Store-E. W. Ollever.
Sheriff Sales-L. W. uuvall, Sher
A Fresh lot of Candy just received
t McIntyre-& Co.
Stoves ! Stove. !-Wm. Shepherd &
;o., Charleston, S. C.
Lot---M. S. Miller.
(5 Mr. W. S. Hall will accept
ur thanks for a bottle of fine Black
>erry Wine. It was really delicious.
the Charistmis'Tree !
The PresLyterians, having by coin
non consent undertaken the Christ
nas tree for the season, desire to give
he ehild'rei- of the town of all per
nasions an opportunity to enjoy'them
Slvts, on Chi iatmas eve at 6 o'clock.
L'be admission ticket will give each
gift just out of Kriss Ki ingle's bud
et, while the older persons will
iave an opportunity to treat 'thern
elves and friends to a fine supper to
>0 prepared in the handsomest style.
We hope the public will patronize
Tickets may bt had at the stores of
Me-srs. Withers & Law, Thompson &
Wood ward and J. M. Daly.
The "XIX Century"~ for December
las a good table of contents, and is as
aatly printed as cver. Single copies
or sale at this office, at 35 eentr.
)all and get one.
Jaunty little saoks ,of navy blue,
laborately trim med -with silk braid
ad large brass military buttons, are
mowv in vogue among our metropolitan
>ehles. To *appear oa promenade,
aovever in one of these rather gaudy
affairs, is not striotly comme il/(a t.
'Livilng Authors of the south'."
Mr. Jams. Wood Davidlson, the au
hor did well in choosinig a subject so
muitable and so interesting. is mod
ist design is "only to show tohat liter
ature the South has" and "to present
Southern writers as they are." The
book is h~ighly creditable to him every
way. It is interesting -to us as a peo
ple and should ba possessed by every,
Mr. Davidson has performed hisI
bask well. UI'oike Poe he has been
generons in his ornicisrne,. always sof
Lobing se vdritles by An encouragilig
wbrd of' saving claurd. H-e has dealt
npartially by all, regardless of posi.
Fairfield las her representative in)
f!iss Clara V. Dargan.
The book is very hiandomiely got..
ma lip nYR 'dsild ho quheo suit al-he for
Yainedni D.'flio e d h sii'u'u~ai' hoo
E'o Cre fawnese Qaus.
A o Qeondlrni in qige
qndrgivj.i thbe. followlngicure for
~al eon hohtes -shoulders : "BJefore
h4 galled phbek break,4teko of. wae
n' int Be s, one tilb14p6odjaV
h11aRdemswish 4to; ha aefepuntob a
Ittle grease, It ls eaId "t& Wab eo
I a...nai Ab.4,fomIa A4~p
aontai oi ';r.. Fishb of the
Unito&tesP apt oiliop a oes.
30ep3, of *the ao14 Canal ro cnt
Uopedoe of George ) body,
and many othe 1, The asp Wait,
-its physiology; Our Agrioultural
Resources-productions' during the
bast' afty'' 'ard'' Ni it'ttitW iM62ty
will a horse hair beepipe. q 1spake4l'
The Hedge-hog-illustrated ; The
Sponge-its origin, growth and uses.
This favorite Journal has now reached
its 50th vol.. and age ars in a hand.
some Naoazil tornh. %or m lt it
will prove -oven more 'pootllar than
over. $3 a your, or 30 cents a num
bor. Norfis tho'"tins" stkasarIkfor
1870. Addrc sa . '.". V'q a 389
l3-oadway,,N. Ys1 ", s y -
'rho private dwelling of our towns
man, Mr. James A. Ba ioe, was enter
ad on Wednesday night list., and a
fine gold watch, pocketb'ook coutain
iug money and soveral other nrticles
were stolen. The thief outc'red. tb
house from the dining room window
while the owoers of the premiisos were
asleep --and so stealthily did he ma
noeuvre-that the loss was not kno.n
until the following morning. lt. is
thought by some that the thief or
thieves used chloroform on the in
mates-and thereby su3oceded in oar
rying off the spoils without detection.
Tlhete midnight robberies have occur
red frequently of late and it is time
for our citiz n.s to be on the alert.
Forewained, foreoarmed. We sin
cerely hope the thief or thieves may
be detee'cd and 1unished severely.
We are most certainly progessing.
Lust T1hursday night wa an,,opoch in
the history of .old ,.Fpi.field-atAleast
we thiuk so, as far back-a>.e oanre
member, do not knou'of h iug heard
of so many mah Iagobin. 1hgle night
before We have it frm -good au
( hority, that there were not loss than
four marriages solemnized on Thurs
day last. Were there over better
signs of the onward prosperity of our
old District, as at present. Surely
The nveither for the past day or
two has been quire - flokle. Warm
and bhalmy, as in June, at times.
Then cold, dismal and dreary, with
slight. falls of rain So far we have had
no snow, but have looked for .it fre
Numbers of rockets and roman-can
dies were fired last night. Iave as
much fun as you please, boys, but
have a care, and prevent if possible
promiscuous firing, as it endangers
the eyes of pedestrians, and threatens
the destruction of buildings.
An alarm of fire was given on Mon
day evening lust, caused from the
burniing of the chimuey of tihe jail.
The first instalment of German im..
migrants for Fairfield, arrived in
WVinnsboro yedterday. They are for
Mr. G. II. MeMaster. WVe hope more
of our farmears will follow the exeimple
of Mr. MoM aster.
A 9odel P'ar1.or Magazine.
For beauty and typography, artis
tic engr.avings, and liigh-tonied litera
ry artioles, together with a-large and
beautiful display of the fashions,
Demmorest's Monthly Magazidte is cer
tainly Unsurpassed. T aur
number~just received, in adldition to
unus. al holiday attractions, has a-fine
steel portrait of both M'r. and" lmon.
Demeost4 The rich display' of nov
cities offered ihi Demnorest's mionthly
wvouldseeom to be otio6gh to adourd a
circulation sufficientt to s'atiefy. its
publishers, but in addition we see
they propose to give-a very large and
fine engraving to each- subscribet, val..
tied at $1l0. 'flhp angrgving .atorie
would make a very appro~priai~o 50W
day or birthday gift;. but when added
tOsthe costly picture .o~good p~~lor
magazine is iluded,ito Be A'roh6
reminder of tiio friendly ,feelingg o
the giver, theraois certainly noabce~'
way oQf lnvesting $8. .Ad d *es enfb.
rest' Monthlyy 888 Broadwa, N .
Aalmat 'NAVIerAted.-J~r, iJo~4
M. Kaufmanni~ 'Giasgow 6'bIlhgi ,
has i nveteoda an se~ristItnsncih,
which has been heicmdtd With
very sucessfully. It mtdves ith
wings, ated is intended to rise -into-tb
alp after a shot arse ?0 erWflrme
drawing' behind Is' the ta'tkvdatri'agd.
4t lie to be of -I 20.horse pise'r, M
tot weigh 8,00(1 pbueas entpto.\vpfa
tender is to-casrrj tten- bttre ~ Afi l$vi
fuel 'and three lif 18'supIp1f1or .tati
and -with this' UtEren4' -?WU tp'
the inuachine .is intenddd4to' tnate Bttf.
six miles per hotar.. .3 & moni~
Jh~e Peacola (ommaeidial: :sly
Aka aoeiho p..ppen iy alfae-ythe
he Governmenat Rdngg
prohibitionr, ievyeden see i and Tieensa
OXNICt, IOMiNACK-Married on the
)vening of the 15th inst., in Nowberry
tounly, by tLe Rov. C. Jeter, Mr. T.
J. OXNER, of Winnsboro, to Mrs.
IARY A. LObIzNACK, of Newberry.
Wiresuono, D eember 1-;L- 4 bales of
otton-eresrold n ti mlket Bring the
past week at, 20is22&.
Ale 1 Ale. ;1 Ae (I ":
. FIN1 lot of Alo and Portor, Segars,
ve'ryid, VI'net Btr id?6 51#%.
eiveel by R. J. McCARLlEY.
Notice ir Time7
j)ULL NCl on i ngnid oo uts eae;
D. R. FLEiNJ
dec 21 Agt. for Aubrey & ;
111IE undersigned begs leave to inform his
I friends and the public g norally that.hl '
ins removed his
Confectionary and Fruit
[nio the at ore between I? Gerig, :and, lhe
Mtoro fortery occupied by' Jacob 'Wolfe,
where he has on hand coomplete. stockf'of
French and American Confeotionaries,
Fruits and Nuts.
A full supp'y of Notions, Toys,. Fire
Works. &n.. for the "Little Folks," ftr
CIIRIS7'MAS. Como soot, add poet f 6t.
ioico. . L. IV. OLLEVER.
COOKING AND HEATING
rTllTOE Undersigned. Successors of Hiotl
TON & 811EPIlERD, have resumed their
trade in Stoves, in connection with their
other business, and are now prepared to
supply other Dealers, Factors, Merchants
and all the custoniers of the Old Dlouse with
the most approved descriptions of Cooking
Stoves, Ranges and iieating Stoves at A
close approximation to foundry prices.
The Cooking Stoves and llangoi are sold
with or without furniture--sotne et Ihew
are designed to operate without the aid of
ilshmneys if necessary--and all are guaran
tecel to bake properly. if set up as thre etl
'he Ranges are unusually.low in price
hnve six boiler openings and double ovens,
t1ouighi but a single pipe, and ne9d no brick
work to set them ip.
The stock of ileiating St'ates ombraoes
Cast-horon, Air-tights," -Russa-it-on Air.
tights, 'is-plate or Box Stgves, &o.
Illustrated catalogues and prices will be
furnished upon application.
WM. 8iLEPIllERD & CO.,
No. 24 layne Street, Charleston, S. C.
BY Virtuo of sundry Executions to me di.
reefed, I will offer for sale at Fejrfiepl
Dourt. House on the first Monday and the
lay following in January next, witliln the
legal hours of sa'e, to the higheAt bidder
ror Cash, the following Personal Property
Purchasers to pay for titles:
1 mare and 2 coils, 2 mules, 8 cows and
lalveS, 1 wagon, 1 lot cotton seed, household
ad kitohen furniture, 1 lot blacksmith and
plantation tools, levied upon as the proper
ty of A. P. Irby, at the suit of N tncy
872 pounde seed cotton, '19 buybe1l,.co a
andi 2 stacks fodder, loeled upon as the pro
perty of Hienry Crockett, at.' thid ,ult of
John C. Mackrell.
265.pounds seed cotton and 10 bnshels of
lorn, more or less, lovied tspon as thpe prQ
perty of Anthony Devard and John Dob.
bins, at tho suit of John C. AMaokrell,
597 pounds seed cotton and about 10
buehelar corn, lewied upon as the property
of James Williams, at, the suit of. John 0.
00 pounds geod ?o eYeved u~ ;qNe
propeirty of' George CAldgell,.at the Iut tr
John C. M'Iokrell.
One Mare and two Mules, levied upon as
thelproperty of James 13. Harper, at tla
suit ,,f Win. B. Jones.
8. head cattle, 1 sorrel mare, lsopret tale
lion, 1 horse mnnle, 850 builyeols p,h 4090
lbs. foiage, 25 hahelf pebs '10001 bdiehelb
cott on seedl, 61000 lbs. foddleu ~4000 lbs4 seed
cotton, 100 lbs. ls.t cettesu,A: be$4;palt~o,
of cottton,"5 lervi d~ur6%as this" ~'tyo
James F. Cloud, at the unit of ThdW, Hf.
Olarlie, 'ox', ?d'~adioB Qiobdu ': T
4 01 erer Ng~ f
ofi x1lfo ij.
n EB O bS d i WiR. DUWv'
'A n Wd 13T4iPan alil oll~g
Llrnseetd Oil, Putt y,-:and WM dowzGlag 4f
vatlop *ise$. Just, e4ygp
en pa orper.~
~ev ta innd, 9Pi
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