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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
l'uhlishevil iEvry We-1inesday na.
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One Copy one yVIr, - $ 3 00
Fivo *' - U5
Ten " '. " - - 2500
A ki. l.r 1:4oitudr(ld,
A f v th0 s .1p) a p1 troilicnnt law.
.-r r . INtll, toin ped Iis frcO pass
en ilth .y rai'ro.tl (if that city, and
r USIA C: h p ; ! it Ilatl Lh en litolenl, ho
1%t 111, :) 0;0 :i" -c (of Thie I .i ilroad
So p anp , :eol infurinne the officil*
14 his sopiciens mnd i"Iinested (herw
1, hae any one who Ou"ld primont
ihlog~, un % hean wt cars arrested.
iors: w2re ::c ly issucd to all
bv cond u1.iors rI ; I t lo ine to keep a
- arp 1, oloml for the mis~sng te~t
i : h ny irivn pa; era in hi.; (wiy,
to ;:aQ rVnthenon kound the ndaind
i-ket, :id while r!-'g homeo on it
v1:1, presentoud it, to :he Condhuctor, w01o
< ::mined if A !O . I o limmeliatu
ly cllared the atiiiooded ieiber of'
the tlr, -Ind inl reply to a1 (piiO.91 lll Its
to what Ij I a t 1' seiing him, rt
11u1lrk~ed (h::;, . o LVad V.een 1-oking for
Qh; Ulan 10h> hwl mlen (butt ticket
for some day. px. Inahi the W
Q~ gentleinan chdoavore fa explainl
that ihe wa Ie I i K!ful i n.cr of tt.
pm:s t O coniuctor wonihil not he
1i i I - k . .'i l K I had it cn :1 Til-t
b lnet i in : qn a f kmet L o t"
il o v- Irg ii l ;'ought, hi.; p isOn.
%..Il 0:l-l 1) h uC:n ook lhim to the
1" ce At.M onl, whI-C lihe wva. recog
I' tf ani- I reh-as'd.
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v 0 tl r ( i t eI in
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*l 11 w cl ii c- t1in (Itlit iid
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h t w Inn i" I A' Me t ItI v
f. ,% l u ii, 1-t thall i l
t .t k i I jh..1 i-W I
W. hO no the11. i
i w. led AY th t WIru
ther helo f e1o l in ovr id from a1ci
' h, IL thhi
d fs 19 i lle lix Ad.
-r I. : n i h r , %%Ito i i r.t of
n n t h h i , m a l t. l -h
and miitrry wer fttntd fiu h'is pocket.*
A t t - : 1 d t t tI'~e nyd
.n I. U t I ., Ic t 'c,, 1 '
re tt I ' iltI litr ifl , i f he1.
I - v t o h i 't t-- * Th j;i
h i ft n t ;i ~ t~'- le ]:i
tit e u .lth' :'.v-iij l~
* f I n. a t the il r. 11 a
e . I-t i' t h ilca i t
Si jtn i a l e cntlvnton c
VVIJ LI a retlp'j. e
lu0lroads adti the Government.
01o of the strongest lobbies jttet
forited is boing organizod in the. in,
torest, of a number of railroads, who
a8o about to mako a demand on the
treasury anounliting, in all, to several
nilions of dolltirs, for full freight
and trafie rates during the war..
Quarterainster Ie neral Meigs refused
to pay iMore (IIn a certain :unlIfulit,
per mile.--mziul lse; than the usual
I ,ates. T1ho cIpiIe li4:s eigagied in
this Iffoirt have l:ept a full account at
full tatas ngain:st. the Coverinlient.
'heso accouuts ali u now to be prosent
ed ; but it is expected they will be
disallowed by the treasury. The
parties who are maniging this matter
then llroposo to go to Congress for
reliv.-WaAsh. Cor. New York 11cr
In his ''ash ig tIi c orrespoI( eCe
ath" li'ns over tile lini ill tLi.
st:le : il you le.ari oif that cilhal,
who atte:h'-d the sale of, a ho)tel re
e'ntly at a towi in Ohio ? He hadn't,
a c'nt in his pocLet, Ibut ho stood
up and hid boldly, 'Twenty-eiglt,
thoutIsalld dollars.' It Was knochod
down to him ; and when the questioni
was r1sked, 'Who is the iurchasi- ?'
this auid aciou; s catop replied, 'Th I'e
Pennsylvania .hailroad.' Of course
he was not reqiuired iin person to put
up the inoney from an'iipqrial buyer
like that, wheroby ho wan : able,. In
the courso of a couple of days to sell
the whole to another party for thirty.
ivo thou,aid dollar, and clear the
dli'eere'. The country is neow full
ofn iearnp buying hotels for the Pinn
W .eun:Ihy Morni D. Po.2, .' /1
i'']jl1to stae tht iiioclicy,tI
Soine tin e fgo wo annouinied our
wilve, 0t Mavor or Nhat i; nu.yom
cuo ly temiled "the passive pO ll
Ii'lical circles, in regard to a Pre-i
d nt''i i i on iation by th le mc.rath
ihlilitary of thi policy, w' ala.
he:in to ahteo that ai moviel,'t is
now onl foot looking to at fuilion Of the
oaire Coniserat ms. o the coun
try in opplosition to Gxen. Grant's re-1
election to the l'roaidency.
This:chm ha.s alreatly re"Plved
Lithe mprvl f any 1 D.13lemo
erat-, andl Conser-vative eudc.,
and eveA at this early date begins to
cra a cio.siderahlo amount, of unen
sine.; oin ilihe part of promninent Radi
al Its clanecs for succom: mu, t, of
coui'se, for a long timo yet reaini i
miTly i matter of spec'ulation, al.
thou; ih its friends havo thu;s early re
eid ireat enouangemlent in its
It the pIt, as it at present strikes
i., meb:t h success, much perma
set : %. . ill Ie rondered the whole
coul1t ry, ad the wranglings and dis
in Ms, prevalenhct iln every hection,
* dI Ie5 ho ccrded b y an era of peace
iA'd prayeity, 'omtethinig itOst de
il in thee day's of' oppretssin.
thi; coaitIioni of cerItai elemencuts ?
Why3 inot fight the hat tle uinder thle ol
trI.ipplu ot' lute by rever'res, that de.
niimiat~ Iil-n pervavedes its ranuks to
Sneh'l It (Stetnt a to rei'ousl y thr'eat
I een lau ii a.ce in it; gieait stronghold,
th edI 11iuof wich' has worked uin
iijr to its cauMe. Its nameli is
5syno011mill wil, ithI d efeiat, ais reen t
event s so c'oncl i vely prov'e. Whiy
tl:iini t'tCillc iCtI to public welfare,
andiC' e co the reby) a Iprof ier apreci a
ion of' t he demlla ndls of' truet pat riot
Thier' are cer'taiii iunutle pirin
lil'nlt, iand t onst itult ional lIhorty.
TI' n se wi'ill ne verI die,-but. v'emaiiin as
the "'l I)(ks of' Ages."' A suppor't of
"the h1: srivo ltl1icy,''i jol'.'cs 1)
coinpromboi~ of theso pinciiplep, else
we wouhill oppose5 it. with all our'
in r 'th. Our' great aiml is to (ltfcat
thIie lii. st er Rad (ica lismn, and efl'ectunal
Iy chIiec k the onlward'l striido tfIt tyrann ily
anid dealot isme, :,nd we hiave' gi'.eni ini
our11 adhteence to fts new Schemeit
solly upon thIo gr'onetd ltha't e Ideem
it the savtte.'t way ini which to aIccom-i
p~ lih euri imnd t1( herioin prove our
dlevot iin to the Coil we call our otn.
.Let the p'lan of' Iat 1(1le b now atr
let th is. t'oplo awaike to a realizil
fry, and~1 it will bie rem 'illy seen that
tlwr 'ina e urit ''i rea ants why wo are
XI isi neetd ol allies ini our warfare
a.2.aii t the plrt'eent admiiittratim.ii
ldt!d iIvolving all fliat is dearni in life.
lhe ti ntitutiou of' 011r foref'athors
is e~aid, ouri lt bei ties 11r0 jCopt'i.
tanl y behoove 00te]Cver y paitriot to)
ada ui.ite their Ciuro'is :i 8 ,. ..lio
and then act from a strict sense of
duty. Every truo lover of his conna
try knows no interest save that of a
comhon country. War in mind,
then, that the-causo you are appealed
to, to advance and' support, is none
other than to cause of . justico and
righ t. This is the broad . platform
uipon which Conservatives everywhere
may meet and strike hands, and there
plcdge .thcneuclves to laboi ,without'
ceasing for a complete triumph over
Radioalism, its corruptions, and abus.
es. May God speed so noble a cause.
A Cont empt ibKeo1 ur3i .
In theiriliteou s effort. in behalf
of our per.eented fell w-citizens, I
Messrs. dolnioin and Stanherry scom
to have ifweitin the di-.penislige of
the organui and tool of the 1Radioeal par
Iy in Columbia, if ve n'ay judge by
n111 editoriali tiat appeared in tle
Union of the 12th. On uore than
Ole occasion has18 it qpoken sneeringly
of these distiniguishied geitleien, and
littellipted to convey a falso idea of
their mission to this State. As we
understand the character of the s
vices they are called upon to render,
none other than the cause of jtustico
and right will be subserved and ad.;
vanced, and if their labors are sue
cdssfu, the genieral welfare of the
whole country %will be l.ronotedi.
Oin the other hand, tile Union ha.s
repeatedly cnd.a.tvired to create the
impression that they Lave appeared iln
Court to : Uil , if po.-;ile, guilty
mell frm -i'.i.shiient, and delay, if
not actually defeat, the dule < xecution
of tle laws. In ti ismue of that pa
pet above refeired to, in connecting
certa n parties with tohe murler of
Chas. Goode, in York County last
: pring, it Sa3 : 'It. is such men as
these that oin mont coiumsel have been
brought heic f.rom other States to de
ri upon '.,t(fitutional rounds."
!1w diststing . msr, presenta
Thteale ai'vo-tes wvere invited
here to d nfe no un luipon "Coli osti..
tut iona grouii," but, to apily the
Constitutional te.t to the proceedings
under which 4u many citizeis *of the
81ate have beenl aIp prelhended and in
carcerated. 'I hey arlc here to vindi
Cate the Constitution, and proteet. tle
liberties of' our people. They are
here to see that impartial justico is
mleted out to freemen, and resist with
load of oppression now weighing so
heavily Ipoi us. Sieh is thiur iis.
sion to South Carolina, and we Ill
rea.dy have ab unl1ldalt proe'f that it
will be nobly fulfilled.
It ill becomes the corrupt organ of
a "Rii~g of thieve- and viilnus to
at einpt to (1s odium ulioi m
wtoe icord, in conprison w ith it
.Wn, i-. as pure aZs the di ven snow.
Such a courso on the part of a publ.-,
lie journal is a s infamui 10 as it is des
potic, and its eowa rd ly tshiaft s fall
hanrmlessa at the feet of its intended
It is satid il a.t tthere ismi. a supl roo m
elnnecoted w ith Ithle State Senate, piro
v dedl withi i ne Iliqutors and ul ega a,I
th at h as beeni Ii td nyti at the expense
of the St ate, whie~ ourt distinguish d
hu-maketS refresh themslves w hen
overromo wvit h the ardulous duties of
legislati onl. Ini the munie of thie tax
payers, we ask if thiis is so. Can our
nieighbhor "'the l'itenix'' pive us any
I.-i-cmaiti oh in regaird to thIAisl mat tcr ?
Who knows but that someW missin~g
funids havu e bce thus applijed ?
ThIiis qfuestionl ma.y veCi Iroperliy he
addretssod to the Genecral Ass-emnbly in
re-gardl to the recent reotof t ho
coantteto mlvestigatc the alleged
oiverisue of' bonds. That conlnittee
hais ropojrted an~ uniauthorizedl issue
amliounting to .ai mni//ion ftree huon
jUl reI .comii ne Cds thalit piroeein gs be
iumtult ed aigainist tihe par3ties responsi.
bdele theefor. It. isow re niai ns to be
seen whether the (General Assemldy
wcill act en the re'colnmnendation oft the
Conaniittee, anid c-ke inuniedi iie steps
ill ng to I ho bringing to slo niary
punZ I ilenit oif t hose gilIty of Sl swid
lin.; the State, andit intjurl~ing its cr'ed it.
yf they do not act promptly, then
they will fal sify theoir oa ths, and I lpar
takeo of the guilt cf thoso. they are
caF~lld upon3 to conhdemn~l. It is the
duty of' the Jaegislature to protect thoe
credit of thei State, and guaird closely
the iterests of thlo whole people.
Wheneover they fail in this, they be
tray tho saored tru'IstS conuigned to
their guar'dianship, an~d provo wholly
unllwort hy of conf'lidenue. Lect them
im peach Scott, .Parker', et id omn ge
nuts, and they wvill receive t ho thanks
of every hnoest man1 in South Cairo.
linai. We have no timle for wordls and
speech-makhi n. We want prFomipt,
fearless, and3( deteormined acotion, suceh
that thle world will is ,.-;mn~q dnt
there yojrotn*O in us some #enso of
luu ix Trials.
The trial of liilteboll in the United
States Court has almost reached a
close, the testimony being concluded
on Saturdtty last. The verdict of the
jury is, of course, a pre-arranged
thing, as it was selected with a view
to oortain conviction. The oses of
Mitchell and otbers, wo understaud,
will bo takcn to the United States
SUpre:e; Court on the following
grounds, that the ottencest with wihich
they t charged are offlueces against
.tIute, and violations of ik laws, and
consequritly full withinthe juri.sdio
tioi of the State Court., and are only
KiN(S OlD(UTAIN Ml hITA RY SC[HOOL,
Yorkville, S. V.
The first. Session or i he school
Year of 1872 will tegini on the
ist of February, mid end on fihe
"1n1h of, June1..
Ti MIS :--Fr SChool Expenses,
. e., 'uition, Iloard, t'I shling.Fuel, Lights4,
liotks, Stationery, &c., .lua 00, payable
in .ivlru,. cc:
Circularm coutaining full informat ion niay
be obtaili d upon applicatioll to
Qol.. A. ('OWA It 1).
Principal and Proprietor.
L[L persons haring claitims against ile
Estate of John McCilly, Jr., dceeas
cl, are hereby notifiel to present itiern,
n11(1d 0 a ll erons indeblitd 1o said E'-iuate' I)
1make payImn ot to toil oin or before thle .1st
(lly of Februairy, 17.
A settleitient from
those who hiavO
nIade their Crop,4
Fed their Fam ilie's, '%,nais and.
Stock nn Advances of PROVISIONS
SOLIC'1.1D fron us. Ret urn the
favor by p:Iying
up for C ei. Don't
may want thle samo1e
favor in: this
D. R1, Efenniken.
')Y V virtie of ski dry xecutions 1o tre di.
1) rveuld, I will sell to tle highest b-iddor
for cash, betore tle coirt liouse door in
Winnibori, on fiir irst Mondily ill Jani
na1rY nixi i, an id the day f'ollowiring wit hin
Ihe legil hours of sa'e the following per
Thlre'e hailes cotton levied upon as ihe
pt operty of' S. lill, at. the suilt, of liacot. &
'Trce stacks of fodder, one thonsand
poundls, more or l ess, one0 eam:uI matre, onae
ha Ie cOt tuii, levied tuponi as I le piroperty;
of: liharles Crayont, at thle suit. of lirodlie &
Tw'~o onndtoredl pouniids tfodr, more or
less, oneo balc cottion, s bushels corn, more
or le-2, one giray I i~se, 1evied upoiin~ a lie
propety of . Shaidr-.k lIarzris, at ihe suit. of
ir lie & t'o.
Twtn .uy five buishelsq codrn, mnore or less,
ji00 pou il.', seed cot tonl, more or loss, 30
bInhls coltn sei ed, tuiore or less, 3n0
r.ounids fodder, miore or less, levid upon as
I he lu-.oliry of' Renuheni 'ea at thle suit. of
f4-0 tie & Co..
L.. WI, D)UVAfLr,, S. F. C.
Flhe' it' Oll i 01ce,
i IIl(a-3 indebtedl to uts for Me rchandise,
lEitrait.re, ti0., are C leat'y refies t.
..d to caull andl'iet tle bot-->re t he 1st January.
loniey we waint iand miust. have. Comei
I.oeili genteitin an av 'ost , as wre cani.
no' ind1 ulge you~t loniger.
dee 1 McTNTYR E & CO.
7 T - desire to unot ify our friends and
noami custouiners in t he .ontfry thatu
ouri isto.e wvill be closed on Chlristma df~S(ay.
due 19- Mc'I ASTREII & liIllEx.
,regiiar coimnic lat ion of' lieA
L Winnuslboroi Lodge, No 11I, A.-.
F--. 3ul.-. will ho hield Thsursdlay
evening, D~ecerr.her 21st, at 7 o'clock,
Thle eci roni .of' etllueurs for ho enuing
in. .ni- yen,- will take [.hoce.
'I 0. Jlorii us, Sec.
dec 1.1-tI x
4LiOT of Shiucks, by
K lRTClllN & tOBE~tRTSON.
Ho 1 for Chrwistmas.
(A N DlHS of all khnds, Fire Crackers,
1 small and large, Fresh Pecachecannied
lPicnppiles, andii Oysters. Preservues of' all
kimds, Brandiy P'eaches, &o, at
i, I.. lDESPORTfE..
Whliskies, in ies andit Segar's,
Rt ENCI!l Brandly of the fmnest brand,
Chiampa gne, Port Wine, Sherry ''in,
Holland (Jin, (linger hi'randy, Cherry Btran
dy. Corn and iiyo Whiiskies of low grades
cheap hfi or csh at, I. WV. 'ESPOtRES
Iirec Candies, aill kinds, Candy
l oys andl Fruits, whole andh quiarter bos
Ilaisijs, Cocoanuts, Currants, Ahaa~nds,
Iih-azil and Piecan Nuits, English Walniut s
Fresh Salmon,, Cove Oysters, Brandy Peach
is Fresh Peahies, Picklus, &e.
Pound, Jelly and Frtuit Cake, made to
arder. Cake Trimings of all kinds. Of
FIaro Wor ks, RIomaa Candles, Torpedoes.
1eire t'riekei &e. -
o o mbor 1-5 A. U. -
The Prince of Wales, according to an
official dispatch just received from
Sandringham, passed a restless night.
There aro. no signs of improvement in
his condition, and his death is immi
uent at (hy timo during to-day, from
suffocating attacks. Iig strength is
not so good, and what sleep he has is
followed 6y restleisness ,and inquio.
tude. The chest symptons nrc bad.
The Princess Alexandra is greatly ox
husted. Princess Royal Victoria,
wife of Crown Prince of Germany, is
houtly expected at Sandringhiami.
The grom of Prince is somewhat
worse, and is threatened with inflam
mation of the lungs. The excitement
in London and in the provinces is
greator than during the Cri mean wvar.
SANrORNGIIASI, Dece0mher 12
Noon.---ito Prince has been re.tless
all the morning, but his condition is
SANxniuGAIAM, December 14-5
A. NI.-The Prince of Wales is le0s
rest less. No increase of exhaustion.
lie has had some sleep.
8 A. M.-The Prince of Wales
slept during tho night. There is some
abatement cf the graver symptoms.
12 M .-The Prince of W ales has
been tranquil this morning. ''ho
gain of last night has been maintain.
2 P. L.-Thoro has boon a slight
change for the better in the Prince of
WNales' condition. Ilia comnparativo
quiet last evening and rest last night
have proved beneficial.
PAIS, December 14.-It is report
ed that. the Orleans I'rinceg have do.
teruniined to take their seats in the
Assembly at an early day, and will
act with the party of the right, centre.
LoxNoN, December d.--Tho re
port that Parliament viil be convened
in January is contradicted.
At half-past 2, there was no further
change repoi ted i the Prince's health.
Hopes of recovery are freeley ex
SANDRINGH[.M, December 16.
Evening.--The Prince of Wiales is
more tranquil than since the fever
appeared. The fever's progress is in
IlI respects satisfactory.
Lox)oN, December 16.--The
Queen, accompanied, by Princess
imuiso and other members of the
royal family, arrived at Vindsor
Castle, this afternoon, by special train
J'AiIS, December IG.-The budget
of finance, Minister Ponyer Quertier,
s-hows a surplus of 1 ',000,000 francs.
Five sailors of the American ship,
James Brett, lying in the harbor of
lHavre, were accidentally drowned
I' NrSi' -Thyehc19 - .
Schonek has not resigned. Aker
man's resignation takes effect January
10. Willinms was nominmed for
The House committee on Com.
merce heard delegation of steamboat
mcin, in session here. The coninit
tee protise to investigate the _ - .atter.
The President has recog~nizedl Aveil
Mlartinez as the Conail of Alexico at
Nowv Orleans ; Dennis D~onohoce, Con.
ail of England for Maryland, Tennes
see, Virginia, nnd~ 'West Virginia,
Kentutcky and iss~ori-residence at
Baltimore ; D)e-Granier D~eFoublan,
rqnive, Consul for Louisiana, A rkani
mis andl Mississippi-residencie at
Ne w Oirlean s ; Ed ward Besehan,
Vice Consnl of the German Empire at
Wilm inigton, N. C. ; John Jlay P hi I
brick, Vice Consul of the 'Germian
Empire at Key West ; llerman lBat
zer, Consul of the German Empire at
WVA snuxc-rox, December 1 5.-The
Com missioner of lnternazl lievenue
has nomainated to the President Bernj.
F'. Bell, as Colleetor of the Second
Georgia District ; .Jas. F. Denor Cul
p ector of the Fourth Georgia District.
Ex-Senator Will iamns. who becomes
Attorney General on the 10th of
.Jauary, was congrat ulatted by his
friends to-night ie made a brief
spe ech. ie s'iid :"All the abilit ie.,
and enecrgie~s I poss.ess will be devoted
to the cnforeenit of the laws and
the suppression of violence, dlisorder
and crime. I promise all whonm it
may concern, that when I am placed
at the head of the department of jus
tice, so far as my juriadiction in that
department may go, its mandates wvill
be dlispensed wvithout fear or favor,
and with equal vigor and respect for
all classes and conditions of mlen.I
tegret that in some sect ions of the
country a sp'irit of lawlessness seems
to prevail. I will favor consideration
of kindiness t~o induce obedience to
tho law~s, bitt if no other means will
answer, then I am for using thme whole
powver of the country to crush out
every, conspiracy against the pence
of society and the safety of unoffend
ing cit izenms," The new Attorney
General is amazed tha't any considera
ble number, at this time, shouldI cn
gage in violence andl disorder, for
there is nothing to gain and muc
to lose, if hatred and revenge arc
allowed to overcome these considera
tions, then it beconmes the plain duty
of thme Government to interfere with
its strong arm an-1 subduo these piar
sions. lio alludes to being the lirst
Cabinet oflicer from West of the
Rocky Mountains, and promises not
to forget where his home is. .
Thle agricultural report will indi
cate the cotton crop at 3,333,000
A NNA Pottfs, Decoembcr I1 ,-Prof.
Aiken testified in the Wharton trnil
that failing to find strychnine or I
arsenie, led himi to suspect the pres.
once of' antimony, which lhe establish
ed by two or three result, caace.
g o of antimony and nothing else,
He detailed the process and treatment
for detormniing the presence of anti.
mony ; made tests to ascertain in
what particular compound antimony
was present ; there certainly was the
prosenco of ant ilnony containing the
particular ordinary article of coin,
moroo known as tartor ometio ; the
result of com pound obtained was sul.
phite of antimony ; the quantity could
not have been less than twenty graitis,
and if you call it tartar emetic, there
wore fully twenty gruinis or more,
The ten rains of sulplhite of antimony
present would make twenty grains of
tartar oectic. The witness was ex.
amintied concerning the e(dimniCt
found in the tumbler at Mis. Warton's
ments. A tutiblor co.:taining a sedi.
was placed in Iis lianid.. by Dr. Chew,
which he testod foe tar &r emotic -
vocifled1 his test, and found not less
than ten grains of tartdr coictie
think that quantity was twclye grains
-t was no less than tenl.
Ni.:v Yonic, Decenber 12.-The
Ocean Bank was thrown out by
the clearing house. Vit. M. Tweed,
a director, stated the failure was
occasioned by the stringency of the
money market. It is thought abovo
seventy five per cent. of Deposits will
be paid. A receiver has been ap
The failure of the cotton firms of
Wm. 1". Wright & Co., and John
8eayuroft has been announced in
consequence of the stringency of
ioley. It is announced, but unau
thenticated, that the Union Square
National Bank Las suspended.
CAIRO, Dcember 12.-A locomo
tive exploded near Centralia, Illinois,
killin& thre ou perSons. Ono was
blown 200 yards.
WAsIINo-ros, December 12.-The
Coimitt en on elections decided that
Clark (Rlepublican) aid Herdon,
(Domliocrat,) from Texas, were elti
tied to be sworn in on rima fo/e
evidence of certiiicatc. Tlis dveis
ion does not alfeect tie ltimate result
in the House. ilerdon was seatel.
but there being objection inl Clark'i
case, it went over.
,N w Yonc, December 12 -Ii
Prookly n, lifty-sevo enc.es of sinall
pox are repoi ted during the wveek.
Julian ha as abseonded, with the
proceeds of the late concert and ball
to the G rand Duke---owing his musi
ios-roN, December 11 --G: toi,
the Demiocrit and citizens' candidate,
was re-elected to-day.
N v Yonic, Deceimber 1d.-Th
cotton firm of Win. P. W right ,etth-1
to-day on the basis iif svertLy-fivt
cents oil tle dollar, and will i'esuime
Gi cat excitement exis'ts in Brookl yn
on account of' smallII -helix. It. has . ro
ken out in the jail. A corps of phty
sicians has been detailod for the vae
A World spwecial froil) ienlev. -nys
all the iemubers of the board of ar
bitration under the Washington treaty
are expected to nrrive to-night. They
will meet at the Ifotel do \ille, to
C~lino, Decemeril~i I5.--One of the
mnen arrested in l d ian Te'rritory', re..
eentl y, by De.tect ivii ike ra m, on
the charge of becing3 coneted with
the recenit robbeiry of' the Southern'~
Express Cmpany in T ennIesee, made
a daring attemipt to escape, this morn.
Inag, from the steame in ' Iii nois, whIile
undmer way between here and talum.
bus Ky. lie snatched P'iakertoin's
revolver, shot at an d iie:d lim ia
jumped ovcrboard and attemtipted to
swim ashore, but was d rowned.l
Nmw Yonll, December 1.-John
V. Norton, post oflico defaulter, has
been azrr'e.ted. Comnpt roller Coii
nelly's bail has been named at 1,000,.
Richard M1,. Blathfo'ard was rob
bed on the streets of $50,000 in
Tweed was he.ni t ily cheered by his
friends, when brionght inato cour t.
Twood was commatit ted to the TPombls,
wsithiout bail. A-later despatch say.
Tweed was before .Judge Barnard on
hae 1cCorp)us, wh1o released him on
A-rinwrya, D~cemnberi' 1 .-Uovernor
Conlhey vetoed the section of t he ap
propriation bill, a jppropmriat ing $2-I,
000 to pay interest on tho gold
To-day, all parties charged with
being Ku Klux, were discharged, ex..
cept two from D~ado county, who were
requtired to give bonds ini $2,500o,
for whipping a party chtarged with
inmnoral conduct. Three mn, ar
rested in Dado and brought in with
out w1arrant, wet-e d ishiarcedl to- day.
SAv'ANN Ai, Ilaecemblei 13. - liuhl
Collector oft lhe P'or, taft er a fuil lind
firee investigationi on the part ofi the:
prosecti lonl, and uniider the statemn t
of t ho Dlistrict A ttorn y and thle
charge of the c'ourt, was honorably ae.
quitted by the jury, without leavrim,
Gov. Walker hasx pardoned cx.
May,>r Chia boon, lieret oforeac e -invicd
t~w ice of comp ic itIy inl th~ II ann ast ain
fo'wery. Very generalI sat isfui,> in ia
exptressedl at thbs act ion of thme (Gov.
ernor, who sta:ites thait, htis parini~pal
reason for so doing~ is that it. was
eariae.dly reea imnded b*y a vr
large number of' wnrthy cit iz.-ms.
CrNC INss~a-a, I )ei mherci IGa.- eorge
McDonalId, a/ia s-.1. W. Sweet, a/ia.
bamn. lCrown, was arrested hero to-day
on suspicion oft comm itting a forgci'v.
McIonald had two eompiaions hci~e,
giving the names of C. Hunt and TV.
Walkeri, who disappeared last Sun
day. hunt.'s real name is snpposed
to be Bridgewell, and Walker, is sup
posed to be lais son, Tlheo par ties oanme
from the Stub h, whier' they land been
NFaw YoKK D~eenmbr IG6.--The
Wornkingmiien's Union took rio action
upon the invitation to join the Inter.
national's procession tc'mni.ro.
A spooial from Paris says tho Now
Orloans Princes and Thicra had an
unfriendly interviow. Thiers com
plainod that D'Autnale was endcav
oring to intorcst the gonerals in his
favor. This D'Aumalo <lisputed.
Thiers retorted, that there was,
evidence of intqrviews' with the gon.
crals, and cotelulied; by saying, "I
doubt not your aim is patriotie, but
those proccedi;gs aro not in aecord
ance with our agreement." D'Au
tile terminated the interview, saying
hl would consult friends as to tho
proper time to olaim his seat.
N Yourm Dec. 16.-lvening.
Cotton dull nd nominal ; uplands
191~ (.,lans 20; ; 1ale1:3 1,106 bales.
Ci u.::s-roN, DeDcember 1G.--Cot
ton) cguirt-m1iddhlig I!9,,; receipts
2,131; sales 300 bales.
bman-'ioor., Dec. 16.- vening
(Cot.ton opened and ci ed quiet tid
-tenlv-u plaills 10 ; Orlcang 101.
sales ,0)00 bal1es.
In lirels, lialf barrelu, uarter barrels
and kits, all grardes Flour, I1acon, Lird
ll~ivam, Moas'ses, Cheese, ail Maiccaoni
Boots and Shoes, Hardwaro tnd Croclkery.
Stgl',Cofflees ailul Teals, ,
BA(GIANo AND 1mS.
i0 hest market prices paid for Colton.
Liberail CASH advanes ruale on consign
meInc. Co on shil-ptekd to AN-w York,
11osion, Charleston, LivmRPoor, and JA
K T'lllN & Iu0MTim
CON V6 R 1-1SS S 77|1.;-1:;Al.
oC 1 2.
RtESTA UJ A NI'
NO) hli7O L Ki C) YSv.7iL ,;
-. 4A, j..' s .1 L a1lu.
Wines and Liquors
Of the Best in-ands,
E. W.1 OLLEVELR &0'.
1) INtI- mreh arrmils of nlice tliim' c
A. I' 'il . Anmnig theo late-t is c;
henuat iflt a'sor't ment of (Cupis Winte Ilot
!ties, w hit e nnd coloreid Wax Flo wers. Ginm a
ILenves, Girape Le.,aves, Gold Silt er Leaves,
toget her with a fieshi suply3 of sweet Or
anges, A pples, Bna cnc Cocoamnut (Candy,
Chocolate C lropsc, anid noiiny othter thiings too
nuc~inerous to menition. buct which I will taeke
pleasurec in showing to my friends and cus
Ill 'Ies, Ohl Yes, rCeemberc t hat thie bir
.gest, prettiest, most. attramctive antd
best assorted stock of Confect iOi.ries, F'an.
ey Goods, ioys, Firoi uoaks, andi
Nice Things geneally, is now op,,,c.l
ait A. P. Miller's Confectionairy, whane
pancts, friendls, lovers sweetlheairtcs and
everyhedty can find everything to pleasa
I le eyes or pilate, andmi can cielect Chtrist.
imas presentis that will please thle moist fas
in the Toy depatrtmecnt, lie feels porfect
ly satisfied of leaingi the little folks, and
ini Confectionaruies, lie can't be excelled in
anty ie .'Itet in thle State. Anm eairly call
fromii thorse in need of goods int his liiic is
request ed, as it- will enable hIam toC gi ve
hle ,tisfaction than lie catn persibly givye
duingc thIe rushl oft hlrias. t
'Ctne 'artly antd ofi en. andi ml iler i il
Iur t soi you1 . what you wai . hetI
IIV ar now preparied 1 (Gin titcim witI
ispalteli (cot? Pondii perhour
IIt tin Sixteenth. t'atromnm'e sogeiteed.
.y rliii M ill g.rinuls every da~y.
nti. Ii~~ 'ijcilO. . ~TOlstt c l,
-i -16 Sltadtes, .t hvets. amid Wthh, ow ( lass.
Also, Astrtat tilI whIicht iet ytot
use for light, 3lM AII I ~lp~
1 -USONSt indebt edi ts for supplies a'I.
it toi. tlheir interest, to 13y tul before t he 1st
Januia ry, 1872. a-s fit iti r indutclgene w 1
titt lhe gai ted, we C l c lose urli bootkst
Croni t0 di cay foirwacrd, itl thos, v wat ing
cedit. need not aipply. (i/,l VIC't7I. i'igt
lie scdel'.Thinre new one.s are noiP/ Tl his.
notice ia final.
dec 2- luii 1(ETCilll\ & Im0 DE RT$ON,