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THE FAIRFiLD HERALD,
Published Every Wednesdaty at
WINNSBORO, S. C,
E)ESPO4RTES &, WILLIA MSi.
TRERMS--IN AD VANCR.
One Copy one year, . $ 1 00
ove " " - 1260
Teal " " i - 26 00
Tiho Now York World tnys that
it; information with respect. to the
emitidling truanactiom of Radio3l
flicials of South i Carolina, comos from
persons striotly reliablo and conscien
tious. It bolieves that its stateminta
as given in its issuices of Sunday and
Monday last, are strictly corroot. It says
in its Tuesday's issuo :
No coments ar in-ade upon the
answers of Gen. Dunnis to the repor
tcr's tie-st iin1g, but printed below
I pubilha-hed in file telegraphic coluniai
of Tu'dIay's l'l muix] is a stateilent,
at the bottorl of which tlalt gentle.
Niats's nam stands in substII dation
with two othens, who a1r St..te oilicers
for its reliability. A moi coir pluto
nIlirination of this p ipors stateits
could not be comnplied.
Ptiar' .- 1l1iils, $2,( -0,0 00;
iftolling bonds, 3,500)000, ; rg ist cred
Ctooke, $5,040,000 ; total, $85000
inSUCi) AND ON lA an.-Not issued
bonds, 19,000,0(10 ; storline bnads,
$3,500,000 ; registored btOoIk, $2,500,.
000 ; balanco issued, $13,80,000.
Adding to this tho lato war dobt of
$6,000,000, and the actuai debt of the
State is soon to be $19,680,(W0, by
their own statement its reprod-teed
UhoVo. .1l0sides this it a ooriti:rgenrt
liability for rtilra-d e'ndorsomeniti
amounting to $16,03J,ooo nioro.
MOnN til'Ac's.--Wh the Tnx-pay
Ca 4e (oil venti onl Wis inil soshiona, (ov
virnr Scott, in nt olic-itl 4tatemlent to
that body, set the debt, of thbe Stato
: ,L - 9,00000, and it WAN I out tlhait
I im tihat, (lie geitlernIt'en composiig
I hlt body explC4ed thmselves wil
ling to ulb.Umat -:i.)'0, 0001t, h 1at, not a
cta iore, e1- eaily Ihecin the money
was I t 14 la ihed l l orlig;lit.y', (
a pay indeltcdniias s thait, lad already
been provideid for, but, allowed to
11 Iluhl)aonoIed, whild1e tie unonaey
2 aS use for ohr purpoies. A inuo.-t
Clinuehaing argumllenit, by those who
contend tlinit frauds have iu-on porpo
t rated aid further frauds coltenplk
1,d, lis A hy it. ais been necessary to
Ijspqtosoit)13, I5(,0, to piay it total
tiUlbtum a t(,00,000, the (totnoult
(it (lie delat wllat the iprcsot ad iini.
tration wiiit into power, particularly
whent it did not fall duo in from
twenaty to twenrty-fivo yrars i and it
it was untnecesmary to sell $13,000,000
4t' laubons, how much wor' t.ham ab
sai d was it to have over '.0.000,000
I rinted if it. was not eoic.-ini.t-ed to
d ims of tlaen ? And i thaey further
argu Ilhat- i intdi i unbs aam ara -
tions do not. utter nott:. r print
bonds fromn ImeiQ ittotives cf Pitnuse
Inetl, that th'1e can l-c blt little
douut, h (av g the capacity so to do,
that they intrd to d'pose of the
815)O',00)0,000 now r it hanl. There i.,
(1110 4eXj pl~ation 1I1t 1 :1a ho e1e41. Cived
inl the itals of those wlo ar acqain.
t ed with 0h0 way in which thec State
fitnances av nc en tan i credl wvith.t
'lhat jis, thar~t thie lnoney has1 beent
wi iI,:al is to lie taue, tao tidlo over
the annotlhtil delcienc43 ie s hetween~t the
rcaeiip ta a t atal pnituret'as ; whItichi bat
ter, owiing to the W-in lonli 'xtravag ineo
adf the State loigi~slatutre, ini which thet
tax - payer is I a ' no voice ot' auidiCenee,
hiatd esnorirnously e'xce.eded thre fornieroa.
Now for' tha stattemrntaout t h~i ie
tunpnid iibere-t. lPint, it tnuist be ex
'.htinied I tat the Staite otf Sojutha (Caro
itat is of tvo classes, one lacing repro
Sented~ lay coupon 1441 nde11, (lao ite rest
oil whlichi is itadet i payb lo irn New
_Vork~ city ; te otheur consiaisting of reg
i(tered bionds, arid thie in terest ona
which is payiablo int ('bntlmia, S. C.
As stated, the~ inlt e (st payable ill
.Nw York ha. baeen pitad at mtutrity
So it lhifa'ens tha :t "aaot a si ngle coua
] hin wh1 ih ii duto is out atii ding ;
n it ulon the gistetred atock, whtich
1a nii couln ~a lat t a(ebedi, thao interest
aun. Ou t. i n o at only aremainsa un.
l i d , ba ttt iu is tie 'ioney ill the
S tate 1asua~~ry t paliy it, w'ithI.
('aitkt (f:a i'apjtaalcie. of Ih(litu hll't
I dtic kno w asI lie re is irac tioa bie
inaid abon:I thle fourithi da:y oft th le Jair
iavo that. it wais lay nio meanstt~ a fair,
4h y. Th'iceclerk of tho weathert Nsems~
to have repettd oft his cnt inuetd
kinmd nos during thie week, arid at. an
ea"rly hou ithiis mornminag the rehian of
dupijiter l'luvi us beagan, mtucha to' the
d i.-gitot of ove.rybody. '1'he enterpiris
ing" giamblersI who htoldl fort h the at
traotions of "chuikluok," "sweat
boalrils," anad."thre-oC-ardl tlitno," weore
diriven undelr sthelter. Speaking of
pa'nrnblerg, Ishonid state that thtis asby
ii ureanas an attrna'tive fantuire of the
Pir,' I saw to'(day ~a fellow, whlo I
ut tal, camte fronm Massatebusetts - -
ap in .~ a plain homeria'juna sutit, aitnd
'jpake ini tae vemuaitltla rof' an uip-courn
' ytanaty otf Iblis Staite. II wast play..
iig, wahi iti i~e4 .atan (of some con.t
S rait es, a p iaco ii kr iw to (the inai.
Itc byvd the a rate of thIrt)o-cardI
aiiie, whih ii a blight of-hianrd swin
a.. MA Iii 'esutad inag Meinei of Ihis
ii ulcute t be~ a~i at i e succeeded
ii 'aeiig ta rather wtell dbressa d tnan
to a haeL of lia'y dollat-which (of
'outrt.e lih; genitlemtant lost, anid the
SambIller1 wton." As theo greenbacks
werei' diiaearinag into the ca pacious
j, aket oh this wily swaindler, his vie
a beugan to seo that lie hadl boon
.ea' Cint, :ad appilying a forcible ob
*otive t'o ie word asa, anti stigmnatiz
ing (very hatroperhy) himself lay thoe
ep1iuet. I ta coneptaiiidedl, he siunak
out of sight, ashameda of haivinig benn
t*iadlud by such a ihallow protest.
I think the ofioers of the Fair .aro
much to blame in allowing thoso gato.
blers and swindlor to ily their vdca
tjoni in the Fair Grounds. In Ohlr.
-leston, I am convinood it would not
be toleratod, and much surprise is ex.
prossed at the action of the officers of
thonS~tato Pair Assouiation in.poimit.
ting its continuanco. The grounds
are crowded by persons from the
country, who fal an easy prey to this
crowd of vultures. The police look
on entirely unconcerned and snake no
arrests whate ver.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA CLUD nA.L.
The South Carolina C!ub which was
organized in November, 1869, and
which is composod of memabors from
all parts of the St ate, gave its third
annual ball this evening at livini's
1all. It was the Ovent of the feaeson,
and brought together the beauty and
fashions of the wholo State. The
Club ih presidet over by Major
W im. T. U ary, oiie of the most proini.
nont of the risi ng youang nen of.iEvlge
field, and who has a rcord in peace
as well as in war that would do credit
to a mieh older citizen. The Ollicers
of the CluIbl are as follows : Pr sident
- Wi. T. Gary, Edgefieldl ; Vide
Presidentis-.- Wade H anipton, Jr.,
Columbia ; J. S. I [eyward, leafort ;
D:vid Iemphill, Chester ; Paul Ilut
kell, At,bovillo ; W. .D. Aiknci,
Winnsboro'; Treasurer.-WAdo It.
Manning, Columbia ; Seretary-It.
P". El l ison, Jr., Vinnshoro'.
Wednesday Morning, Nov. 22, 1871,
Major Woodva r1's A4141-s.
Ve present to our renders to-day
the ablo and eloquent address dliv
crel by Major T. V. Woodward at
tho Biarnwell County Fair, the first
week of last imlonth, aInd ask for it at
their ianids a clome perusal, fooling
satisfied that they will be fully re-.
paid for thc time so spont.
Maj. Woodward has long devoted
himself to the agricultural interests of
tho country, and his remarks upon
this point will be found highly in
structivo and.useful to our agricultu
As a true and fearless patriot, his
soul.-tirriig words upon tho condi
tion of our country will Chid their
wny to the hearts of the friends of
libeity, and the onemics of oppores
Than li %gvin Ig.
V i.-. ,.... iir-imaded both by
'ita t aiid Nat,1inal authority to ob
servo the 30th of this month n's a day
ofgeioral thanksgiving, and strictly
enjoined to celebrato tho 1amo1 ill duo
The edicts imposing the proper ob
servatnco e imato from somiies for
whomr wo entertain but little respect.
and wore it niot that we feel deeply
grateful to our Creator for having
preserved, through a series of mi.
fortunes bironght upon ui by thoso ini
iower, we should ho loth to give hoed
to tho Thianksgiving Proclamuations of
either Glen. Grant or Gen. Scott, the
infamious tools of a corrupt and iin-.
Notwit hstand ing the opprossions.
that weigh us down, and the persem:
tions of our encmies, we have ritill
much to thank Providence for, aind
we trust that our people will observe
the da y set apart, not strictly as one of
thanksgiving, but with fasting anid
I it themi repair to tihe "hiousre of
God," aind thoero send up petitions to
Ilimn, whoe overrules all thiing~s, to de
liv -r urs from the hands of cruel and
tyrannical rulersq, to save us from the
fate designed for us by wicked anid
ungodly mirn, anid assist us in over
t~hirowinrg thre works, the labor, of the
friends of Stan.
if we performr this sole mn duty in
thre piroeri spiit, we may take tiour
age, andw witr confidence, hiope for bet.
Already tho two great political
parties of the country are casting
about for suitable standard bearers ini
the grawl Presidential battle next
It is conceded eon every htand that
Geon. (Grant will be tihe nonmineo oif
thre Repruliclan prarty, not becaurs Ire
is their favorite leader, nor on accournt
of his heculiar fitnesa for the position,
hit slimplly biecanse lie is a 1)p lit,
good-nratured, nshallow-brarined follow,
(complet ely under tire iinflurenco of theo
ext reme lindicals, and anr easy tool of
bitter pa~rtisans, ready at all times to
do the bidding oft his unserupulous
masters, and carry out tire nefarious
schomnes of dlemalgogues. .A man pos
sessed of those characteristies is best
suited to cxeeuto tihe revolutionary
designs of the Radical Republican
party, and continue in full force the
present polioy of persecurtion of the
people of the South.
Taking thre above into eonaldora
tin, we think we can safely predict
the renominration of (len. (irant fr.
the Presidoncy, and if recent events
have any signifloance, his chancos for
reelootion are by n1o means discoqr.
On tlitpth or hand, the Democratic
horizon is glouiy and foreboding.
The star of hope is glimmering but
foobly far In the distance, while the
signs of the times offor'nO encourage
mont to tho friends of liberty in their
warfarQ against tyranny and despot
The policy to be pursued by tb
Democratic party in the0 approaching
camupaiign will be no evn.y on1o to shiape.
Groat sagacity and wisdoui will be ie
oessary to murk out and defluo the
plan of battle, while gi--at. prudence
and forosight nIIuant, characterizo every
notion of the Conelorvtivo olelement ill
order to insure a completo triumph
over the envemvies of the Constitutional
Someo time ago tho whi1e country
was startled by i jnopoitionl advie.
od by tho M iis.u ri Itepuilican, vig :
that at the next Presiden1tial elootion
the Democrats maIkt., nit. olminiations,
but use overy elort to unito with the
.Liberal Republicans, isad thereby do.
feat the oxtremuiste. It seems to us
that this is the only ocurso left ts that
it'#o'htd be wiso to pursue. Defeat
itao in the face any man that may
bo put forward by the Domoorats as a
Si it not then better infinitely far
that'a Conservative bo elected by our
suffrages, though lh0 be a ltepublican,
ratbor than withioss a Ridical tri
tmpl, simply through a nmistaken idea
of clinging to a purty organizition
that offers r.e hopos of success.
The Denocratio party can romain
initact, and firmly bound together and
at the same time cast their ballots for
a liberal Republican, thereby striking
as vigorously at ladiealisui as if aup.
porting one of their own party.
We are strongly inl favor of this
policy, inasimulh us we do not believe
that the Democrat ic pa-rty.- ais A party,
will succood in the next Presidential
election, and thus convinced, we are
prepared to make saocrifi'ces now in
order ..to . render more sccure our
chances for succesi in the future.
This .course wa. tried ;in Vir
ginia, Tonnes.,oe, and Mis.ouri with
nyot haipy results, and without com.
porisiting one part iolo of principlo..
The condition of the country at
Lage is inch that it. behooves good
mien of'every ecation and of every po.
litical party to unite their uergies
And resources fin a death struggli
against Radicalistit uad. iti corrup,
Ill idvocatiig this policy, we urc
actuated solely I.)y a desire to restore
to our bloeding ciunt ry thlios preroga.
Lives arid pi ivileges that are tho birth.
rights of freemen, anid ctabli:,h on1ce
more ouponi a conisti ttional andh equii.
table basis thoegovrinment Lv ausmuit
ted to us by our foiefathers. Surely
no more p'atvioti0 nmotive could
promplt anvy cotuiie of act ion, and feel,
Silithat we nro r ight in the positiesi
ivo havo tankon, we shall await the Ii
vel result with the satisfaction that
we have at least acted sincorely auf
ini the interest of our whole people.
Gov. Scolt und the Taxes.
IPy refering~ to the Columx'-ia~ Pheo
nvix of the 15th ult., our read~ers wil]
observe a mvanifesto from Staste Audi.
Lor Gary, (which we wiill pulish iv
our next issne() in regard to the collec
tion of taxes this wlitor. Under the
same11 head, thvoro is appended an ox.
tract from the "proeeodings of Tai
Payors Coventi..vi" held last'suvm
mer, whlereinv it is diz~tinctly stated
that Go (v. Seoui, piromvisod a Commit
tee of that Covenvvtionv that, the period
for the panymient of' taxe, would bceex
tended to 1st Mareb, I1872.
Acuvord ivng to tihe A nid iitor, "tIhe col
lectiovn of taxes for this fiscal yeav
will o'tinvovnce on the 20th instant
anid continue utii thle 1 5th of Janua
ry next ; after which time, the pienail
tics prescr'ibed by law will attach, avnd
be strictly enforced." This arrange.
mont is made under the authority of
Gov. Scott, hvimvvol f, nvot withsvtaningvv
his provmise to thle comm aittee of the
TPax P'ayers (cov ent ion to ext end thme
time unvt il the Ilet .\l ceh.
It will 1 e senv ah:hlmv:lt Gov. Scott.
posit ivel y di ien lv k invg anvy such
promuise, vand herevi it hi i. procuvted a
qluestionv of fact bet w.-en our immac
u/ale Goeveirnoir anid thie gentlemonev
composjicing the euny imittee of the Con.
A s to onr b- hof in tho matter, we
will give it brw fly. If Auditor Gary
correctly states Gov. Scott's position,
then in ouir opiniion, he, (0ov. Scott,)
has uittered that which ho knows is
not trtvc. In an issue of veracity be.
tween the unscrupulous adventurer
from ab road, and gentlemen of known
integrity, we canviot hesitate to do.
The nroceedings ofth a n..yn..r.
Convention is a Mattor of recor
sworn, to and verified by -mon wio.
respeg the tiuth and follow its pre
copta, compared with wboni our moe
dacious Governor sinks into utter
Viowing the caso from this stand
point, we accept the report of the
Tax Payers Committeo as true, and
brand Gov. Scott as an enemy to the
people he misrules, in falsifying his
sacred promiseq made in their behalf,
and in their itieroste'. The langiage
we havo u.,ed does not exprean half
tihe idignution we fuel at witnesiig
such shanieful and reporesom-ible con
duct on thme Iart of our Executive,
but we forboar further ovimmutjut fur
Time Geisral Amieabily.
Our State Legislature, the bitterest
*cur.-.o of South Car olina, as it is now
commmp1osed, convenes on the 4h Tues.
day of this month.. T lhiat there in
ploenty of work for it to do, no one
w i;l deny, but % ahether it will be done,
we entertain serious doubts. Thie fi.
niances of the State are in a crippled
condition, and altogether greatly cm
barrasised, and deumnmd the early and
grave attuntion of our legislators.
Tie Trensury has been practically
abandonod bj Parker, ond should be
inmed iately looked afteri 9t the tat*
will soon lo bankrupt, if it is not in
that bit uation already.
Tihe reported fraudulent issue
of bonds is by far tie mot-t important
matter that could he chonsidred and
nted umpon by tihe General A sseimbly,
inasmuch as it fffucts so seriously the
credit of the State.
Tihe charaotor of our proeut Legisla.
ture offiria, however, no guaranty that
its proceedings in time futuro will be
ahaped with any more regard for tilo
wvelfaro and interests of tho people at
large than has signalised its course
Our past experience does not war
rant tho belief that at the appro,ch
ing session our law-makers will legi.,
lato in any way with- an eye to te
good of tihe State, and of course we
cannot look foward with any plcasure
whatever to the comiing-together of a
body of men whomse whole a ist and
object seems to be to force front time
pockets of persecuted tax payers the
hard earnings of their labor, and con.
vert time same to their unhallowed
In this connection, we learn from
aum exchange that a caucus of colored
lo. islators was recont(ly held in Cu
Iumbia, and roolutionms adopi ed to
the effect that they would resist the
appropriation to pay the interest onl
the State debt, and advocato tihe r
pudiat ion of both time old and the new
debt. hvthor or not this course
will be zadhered to, romicam to ho
seen. WVo aro prepared for tmest,
anys thting that niny turn tap.
On Saturday last, a white man,
nt: med0( Casey, in eharge of a numiber of
worksmen on time Wilnington, Colum-.
bia and Augusta Railroad, about
t wenty-five imiles below Columbia, enm.
pilod by Mr. P. 11. Joyner, a con
tractor on thme road, sent sonie kind
of an order to Mr. Joynmer for provis
a.,nn, whmichm order wase remunded to
Carey for explatnation. This causrnd a
personal dirputo, and then followed
a flghtt betweenm Mr. Joynmer and Casey
in thme course of wihei several negroes
camto to Casey's assistance, and as
aulted Mr. J. withs sticks, &e. Mr.
-1. raade hisa escnpe from time mob, and
me to Columbia on Suniday for warm
rats for their arrest. Sheriff Frnsee
accompftanied by Mr. J. and a possee,
wenit d own to arrest theo party ; butt,
in time mneantinme, (Casoy had anuother
d:fliculty wviith Mr. Tuoker, a cleric iu
the conmmissamry departmenmt, in time
course oif whichm M r. T. sot and killed
Casey, firing four balls imto hmmmi.
Wa are informed that Uniey had
made threats against Tucker, and that
thec latter hoad cautioned C. not to ap
proamch him. Th'ie waring was not
h1 eded, and time ufortatnato man rush.
ed oin to hi dloath. Sheriff iFrazeo
succeded in arreting all the parties
concerned inm thme difficulty, and
brought ihem to Columbia last night
-soimo fifteen in number. The 8iherifi
had some obstisate case. to deal with,
but by .hmis cool and determined
action ho broumghm thmem ump to time city
w i thout any trouble.-CLolumbia Ph/cs
Tho Northa will nothIavo for itsaaif
negro atlity, yet it wuold force it
upon the S3outha. A caso imn point is
stated by time l'itssburg P'ost. A
qjuadroon girl enteredl onme of tihe
schmools inm thmat city a few days ago,
amid forthwith all thme whlite cimldren
stamupeded. The Post states that thme
mtoral of this narativo is thaat the di
rectors of the school and time parents
who send their children there: are
A clergyman at Council Bluff,
Iowa, has made a new departure in
the matter of "hitching up" folks.
He0 has swept away thme old establish
ed rules of marrying for fee, and an
nlounces that he aali hereafter marry
by weight, charging four cents per
pound for the happy man, and two
cents for the bride.
Be Guided by what yi Know.
There is an old proverb which says, SEx
perienoo is the safest. guide." To tis
guido the sick and niling naturally turn
who cnating about for the ineans of relief
They inquire what a inedicitle has done for
others, before they adoit it theniselves.
Of all fhe remedies aid preventives in use,
llostetter8 81toiniaclh JIitters; nIects the test
most trIumphantly, and hence0 its imiuenso
popula.siiy and vast sales. The sifferer
from indligeslion is sure to find some one
among his friends who lits been cured of
that ailment by the famiious vegelable
stoainohie. The victin of fever risd ague,
liver coaiplaint, ostipntion, nervous pros
tration, or general debility, has on'y to
ilake iiquiry in the ieighborhood where
te rsides in order t1. di.sover whint t '
stanidard restorative hsiz effected in c
sisnitasr to his ownl. III lite publishid Ies
iitiiy to its meil1s ie will fild a volutise
of p roofs of its sailitaly propelrtiCi wi huih
it is i kn ible for his enoon sense l re.
mist. Ite rios it, and tle efeot it prucasees
on hist-ystIentl aldds ani1t 1 ier to lit! h,.1s Of
wixiesses ii Its favor. 'Thu1s, iis ilset
lion. f.hiinls-d oin faet s, nost assertissi', con
uisually grow.s an-i .pread->. Chiarlata is
andl iiposters, some of Itht nere local
triclsters, sis oithers who take somewi t
wider rnnge, aitenipt it to Isrust into ftie
hawk nitl down the Ithroats of invaids,
their haphamlaani n e - I s 11sui 111ituleH
for tHit, tonic which f'or so im-iosy years hains
leeti ieslicia sit nple thrihotsit the Uni
led Sit s. Spanist Americn, tinada. and
the VVest Indies, b,1ut1onhy 4sccetd (to a very
litited extent. in t is roasn,.isin a, wm the
People, luving necert ained wh1:1 I was le:,Ily
de.esrvinig or their contidence, deline
"i slimIng nftei etranioge gods."
MANrIJAOTI'IaN IwTKIn'lts 1.92 IN CitA) i.Ns
'ox.-Chaloston is rast btcomuiig a iuiisfl
factitring as well as a cortinercial city.
the largest nanusfatctory (sf doors, sashilses
blinds, &0,, In the Souliern St. les is that
of Mr. P. P. TOALR, o Itlorlbeck's Wharf
In that city, salea roonma it No. 20 Ilayne
street. Mfr. TOA.i's alvertiso, ell all
pers in nothe- coluimn. nsov I
8II~ltIFF'S SA LE IS.
) Y viiisire of puiry Xecitions to me
.B direti. I will olfer for sale. at Fair
fiell Court 1 Honse on the first Alolilay and
tlhe diy following. in December next wish
in the legal hours of sale, to tihe highsust
hidder. for esli, the following Personal
Property. Purchsners. to pay for li les
-1 welo hle's sif C' s4ion lel ied uponi re5 ihe
property of 8squsire iall, at the suit of lin
A lot .-eed cotton, lot pen vines. 8.) btlyus
ols corn and iti poIunds fodler. Ieviedupoln
an file p'ropersy or Stephen Jacekson, at the
Plait or Ws. Sslmon.
Ten lishelss corn, GO0 poindo s ed ent.
ton. 2 mt inehs fsdler, Iv vied i pon as I lse pro
perly of ('alvinl (ilbson, at tie suit. of .luhrs
L. V. 1)UVA L L, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, 8 C., Nov. 180h, 1871.
nov 21- x-1
Valuablo Land F'or Side.
f1HK heirs at law of fthe t :1t.1e of J.
. T*urner McCrorry, dee'd, haivo n;.reed
to offar at private sale, the10 lantation
whereonl the sasiid leeass'd, lately lived -I
Stusale in Pirtishil Conty. eleven mils
north or Wiunnsboro, on the Wateree Creek,
coninining t0 10 re, nii.fourt h of ivIsliet
isiin origiini WoAs, ths ainniao inl a high
state of oul tivatoin nasail well adslaspastd 1 tIsh
growiih of grains audf CottIon. 0?n fis e pre.
inises is a good inld cofisortable bie'k
ii welling, with kitchen, ment-house and
.tables of brick nI o, and other nccea.1ry
ot-buildings, (of woodi
For terinstand further parliculrirs apply
to J. A, MtcC MRiLn .;Y, 1r.
MASONIC IIEFTI NG.
regiuar comnimic:it ita (if 1h1
A 's Wiinsitort, Iosllg . N,, i 1. \ .
P.'. N.'. will be held Tllaurs's 4 y even
isng, Nov 2nd, ats 7 o'clock.
Ily ordser' of theo W.-. NJ.-.
G ROC EI ES,
1.1iAVft opened a firsti clr.iss Gsiocer'yad
Lignuor hsouseo next dosor to S. Woltfe's dia y
goods store. My old cussiomers and fraends
e invit~es to call ansd examnine may stock.
J. 1). Mcunrley.
2jSneiks anid luarrels of F'lousr
I Tierce (isCoie Canssvassed l lnm,
I Tierge Chosice Casrol'nsa tlie,
I IlbI. fleet Petroslesims,
6u Bags Choice lio (;offeo,
Demlarara, Coffee C and extra C Hiugars,
Lard, In Tin Cane, dandles, &c., at
nov 18 IIFATIY'8.
E .RONS Insdebted to uts aire retnlindled
that aOCounts shouald be paid sas cottona
has been sold1.
unov i1l McMASTERI & 111ICE.
JUST7A RhRIV E D,
I RI. J. MVcCARLEY'S.
A N extra lot of Canvassed Ihams, Samok
ed and Bulk Bacon Sidos. Alsio, 100 enekse
Fine Family Flour. Call aL ease.
Colgate's Family Soap.
QTARJIl, Potasho, Concentratedl Lyo,
k) Axle Orease, Candles, Piokles, ltaisins,
(Inn Powder ansd Cap.. Also a tsrirel of
N. 0. SjrtP, a super ior art icle. For sate
by MolNIYRE & CO.
SAN' FRAN *o, Noveni bor 14.
Pino Indians, in A rizona, havo mado
a raid on tho' Apachos, and killed
thirty-fivo men, and captured
eight children. They also captured
a quantity of plunder taken the day
previous from white settlements.
Nashville, November 14.-It has
been snowing since three o'clock this
morniig. t molts as fa,. as it falla.
PIII.AnELrIA, November I..
Thero wcrc 491 vos .f smallpox
last week, a doorense of 85 cases.
From New York.
New YOaK, Novoinbor 14 .--Thl'je
Waba,.lh will be dettiined three or
four days. She encounteied a muvoro
gale hither from Ioton, and tilre
mten at tle wheel were bLdly ii.jur.d.
A .llainolulu letter gives the det ails
of tie wrick of toi Soholsohalf, in the
Pacifie, inl July last; the crew and
four pu.re.agers porished from hunger.
The crew wer foreigunors, Ashley,
Crane 1ad lCia. Davis, of San Frail.
cisco, the 4only A mericans on board,
amn tie Capat.ain, wore barely alive
when the Muses Taylor encountorod
her oUt the 19th of October.
WASUINOTON, November i-It
has boon telegraphed North to-night
that tho Puesident has uudor consid.
cration the nceessity of placing cer
taint counties in northwestern Geor
gia under ro.triction like thio im.
posed upon certain South Carolina
The grand jury indicted Conigress
Iman Stokes fromn Tenneesco, tor dto
frauding the Government.
Signal Oftico reports Finow at inaha,
Corionne, Utah and Duluth.
HAVANA, November 14.-Colonel
Estrada, son-in-law of GOneral Agiil
lera, has been captured and executed.
\VASnIITOs, November 16.
Ponsion Agent Calhoun, of Pt ita
delphia, shOrt only a few thousand
d-l lark, has (ho privilege of making
up the the a mount nd resignminug ac.
corded him, but his tardinesin makes
his early removal probable.
Louisv .1 Novemtber I6.--A
sear ch of Taylor.'s house show s he ias
been reotiving stolen goods since the
Several other negroes havo beei
art.ted as im licated in the imurder
of the 'Park fsanmily. The danger of
lynching is pist.
LONnox, Noveitber 16.-An ex.
plosion rccurred at the WVigan Col
licry. Tlhe build ing rocked and the
pepe rushed paieic:tricken to the
st reects. Arn tnuat ely thie explosion
occurred after tie working gang had
left, and only six wvoro killed. The
cuue of thle explos.ioni is Unknown.
l'Ther thave b.cn lheuavy gales on the
lirit ish const unit reveral casualties.
No A mericaun vessels nttioned.
II avAN A, N ovember l6.---Thle Steam,
athip P'orto Rico has landed reinuforee
mients fromt Spain at Sartiago De
(Cuba. Arrivied, Columbia.
(CONS-rArNTIr.., Novetnber 16.
Thelure Wc 380 ebtolcra deaths lasI
Fromt 'ens) Iranin.
I'llInl.A n.i'itiA, Novemher 1 6.--Th<
Iirist snow oif thle seasm-N onflt to-day.
From New York.
.NEv Yionx, Novembiler 10 ----her<
is a v'essel ini the ofliag, sopposed to
be a Itussian i, whticht c:anot miako thec
'Flhe (irst tntow of thie teason lias fal
A llussianu vessel is unchelored out
side thie lar.
Detmhaio the high tide and sitorit
show tieuavy lusiS of property in the
lower port aoona of the city.
.Jamtes9 Iisk, Jr., is held in *3,000
bail to atnswer the charge of an at.
tempt to induce Helen Mansfield's
colored servant- to swear falsely,
Many buildings were hlowri. dewn
by thte stormn. A schooner at Nor
wic, Conn., was demuolishted and also
Thirteen new eases of Cholera have
been treeived since yesterday on the
hiospitul ship D~elaw are.
WAsninso-r->N, November 19.----A
large number of cotton cases are bo
fore thme Court of (Claimts, whtich will
roon tresumec its so,sion. Some of
thtem will depend for (heir allowance
up)on a decision to be rendered by
(lie Supremoe Court of the United
St ates, on appeal fronm theo Court of
Claims, the latter having decided
against a claimnant en the ground
that the' proclamation of the President
removing comnmorcial restrictions went
into effect at the time of its p ubliea
tion, and not on the day of its date.
The ,nonsuitod party contended
that it. took offect at the time
the original copy was filed in
tho D~elmrtment of State, there having
been seizures of cotton between the
date of the proclamati ..n a thed.
of its publiation of the decision of the
Supreme Court ; therefore it becomes
important in the adjudication of theso
claims, the proulamation having in
its effect diepensed with cotton eiz
K1 Klux Outrage.
IiIANArsor.j, Novembrr 18.-Tho
disguised men who hung ti co negroes
for the murder of the Park f..mily
mnet-no sorious resistance. The ai s
sailants beat down two doors of the
Charleston (Indianal) jail, when the
Shvriff gave them the keys to the
third. It. is understood : bit the no
grous mado additional confesions ho
fore (heir exeoution. Threo count inn
contributed the men engaged in the
1)A IlN, November 19. - N ineteci
Co i ii.nnuoist.i have 1"en fou..nd gtilty
of the denathIi of G(.1.0ral 'I'honias a11d
LCOIte, eveli I Whom1 hs bem
out itenced to de; ih, (ho ot-hlers (0o
imprPIisonmenf"It. Verd.1goni.r suffe"rsi
Froti lin ithnd.
'hie first. ILoiani Catholic MisAion ever
dispatched from IEnmmg hiid to A meuiet
h'a il t o-dhy The p:.it y coi ists of
four priests, Whose duty it will be to
labor exulusiively among the colored
1,eople of th Joited States. After
hic olobrat ion of mxas-s, previous to
departure, Arobbishop XManning ad
dressed the Milhionaries. Ile said
this mission had been establisheild by
tho Church in England, because his
country Ill( imposed shlavcry on
Amierien, anld it wa-. fitt ing that Enlg
Iislim .,ho ul hi be the flist to iove for
the tittelioration of the newly enintci
N Ym Y% , Nov. 18.-l'venint.
Couttoni quiet, tzales 2,20o bale
uplands 1-; Orlnis 18. (.h.l I1.
CHumx ros, November 1$.-C.t.
ton <Itito ; receipts 1,607 ; sales
I vlIatn'o(., NIov. 18.- lke'intg---.
Cotton 1.pened anii elosbd u:endy...
uiplands 94; Orleans 9; ,uo 1 2,
More than fifteen yoars ago a China.
man graduated it Yale College.
Now w, are told thnt he is about to
retirn, bringing with him tliity oti
,-r Chinmnicti, wIo will (tut.r the ;atmo
college."'lis i a new fol iII of Ciiefse
iimmigrationl. The solitary Cht-in:inmn.i
who has at ratre intervals entered an
A inerican college has been wel omel
by his fellow-studetts as in iiterest,
ilg novely. Thirty Chintinmet, how
ever, wIho will fUIn III a Iittle colony of
thoir own, aid will heep up the ita
tiotnal customs of dining and dres.,
will be a nOw cleelitat ii collegiate
life. The Chinese freshmnbii flyinlg
his liure kite uponi the collego
grounds instead of carr3 iig off mid
Inight gates aId nailing ip ohnoxiouvi
tutors ; the Chinese sphoimiot e feast.
ing upon the frugal rat insatead of
Ia viab ing hiis mouney on bad chba m
piagte ; the Cinese junior mialkincg hiis
ownt cloth ig instead of maiitk ing the
lortutnes of d esi gning Lailo rs :and thle
Chinese sonior pireferrinig to tanslatoe
Con fucis into nls ate hnt
fI irL witht the traditionali bellE? of New
Haven, will utterly conifounid the tra..
ditions of Yale and prOooe under
graduate hostility to cap Chiinevso
(lov. Scott hats made the following
Ge.i Samuiel Mttc( owati, of A bbe
villec, ias specia:l Judge to hoar thle case
of Walker Wilkie, for the use of
Elin beth Mart in, vs. Aexanuder
Ilryce, Sr., et a!l, to be heaurd at Oco.
nec Court on the second Mlondany in
Novetiiber inst., in lieu of.Jutdge ()rr,
he beitng of coiuselfor thel plainti ('.
II. V ihson, (Counity Comm iiioner' for
Unliion ; W. P'. Harris, Lcw is Milates,
D. RI. Phiphiler, for Newberry ; M. M.
Bibow, WV. P'. Mcnig~Iht, for (Clar
cindOin. 11I. A . Sm:it h, Treasure i'Cr for
Va ir lield, vimcc .J. Ii. I-,y I -s, iremtoved.
im. .Jone s, Tii ia I J ustice for Chester,
vices it. 8. (Crocketct. temtoved. JIohn,
I,: Youn1,. P'robaito .Judge for Un Hion,
0ce T . J. reeir, iiemo~ved'!. E. S.
MIoise, Noetariy Pulic l f..tr Suttor.
Wm. Fa tnning and F'. RI. Antd ersoti,
Commeiisioners of Deecds in New
Joseph Coxe, Deputy Surveyor for
Pigures about Chicago.
T~heofollowing, which we fln in ani
exchange, contains sonic fiacts and
figures that we have not seen hereto.
It is report ed fromi C2hicatgo, t h at
the actual i nmber of acros biiurned
over is about tw, o tosand fite hunt
diroed, aill of whicho was coveredh with
bunilinmgs. TJhe ce ntus returns shiowu
tiat thle poputl ati on of thle nix w rdls
burnied over in Chef wsog33
'I'lbree othier wards, wi i-h an iaggregatei
populat ion of 60,a00, were about one.:
third burned over. TPhe wards btin.
od entirely woro t he first, second, SIX..
toenth, eighteenth, tintetecnthl andi
twentiethi. Thei first and second wvads
were comrposied of te pi incipal heatvy
busimess stores; the sixteentth end
seventeenth of the immense iron mnan
ufacoturing esitablishmnits, anid fronm
the seventeonth to thie nineteenth wasi
almiost wholly given up to privateoresi.
VOA delicate parcel to be forwarded
by rail--A you:ag ladly wra pped uip inl