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VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBR UA R Y % 18T
IF; ti'iIt'1il~l) W.:E.KLY BY
DE.S4 RTE S & WIILLIAMs,
Tern<. -Tiii I I rit . 1 .1 s ptb I iliherl Week
yiw.the Towi, of Wir al r-:, at 963.00 in
varia6/.y in adrance.
c-ey- ill transient itivertisements to be
paidl ill a 11vance.
Ob*t, iry Notices and Tributes $1 00 per
h eanat C ll( t at 12 M.,
t Senator Clinton introduced a bill
.o provide for th q..mpij.sQry attend
awee at school of children between the
agCs of tix [and sixteen. ''he bill
'piovides that it Ohall be,tlie ald'ty of'
-.the parents or guard in w-fA' all chil
dren, betwen the ages named, not
mnenta~ly.or physicilly disabled, to
compei thetri.,t, attend at either a
pujblic or private school at lo-it sthree
mnaths in e.ch year, provided there
is ai puli'; schol w. ithlin two maile."
'of the place of residenec ; and thit
any father, mother or guardian fail.
itag to, we!h1Ydy.with Aiis .reqIirement
wil hout good Caluse lhe'1 the Sch3og11
Commissioner of tihe County where
th -y reside, sh'p ill he guilty of a mis
de mcan.,r, punish.\lci by, imiprisan,.
nmenat in the Counity jaii nut..la.11tian
qne month nor more than six month:s,
or by a, line of not le-s thatn fifty nor
more thain one hundred dullars, or
both, in the discretion of the court ;
and makces it the duty of the School
,Cqommtnissionrers of the several Cout
ties to cause all parties so offending
to be prosecnted. 0
Senator Cain introduced a bill to
amend Secting :3 Chapter 3, Title V,
of Part 3 of the Ceneral Statutes, re
h:ting to the d rawii, of uries anend
ed by adding thereto the fAllowing
"If from any c tuse the board of Jury
Cunmissiotners shall fail to prepa e
said lists during the month of Janu
ary, it may be (lone at any tine
thereafter . Provided, Toat the atne
is completed at least three weeks be
fore the itting of the Circuit Court
'in the County for which s rid jury is
to be drawn ; and until said list. i.
completed,juries may be daawn from
the box prepared for the preceding
year, and shall servo at all the Courts
hold in the County for which they
are drawn until the list fur the year
is 'C unpletd.
Simator Ilayne offered a resolution,
!;Io Cones llittee ott WXays and.1
Mo . Xf tLe l-n e, report as 'e.. Y
as p- s aile a bill or joiua esohuion
to provide for the levy of a tax t"
Meet expenses fcr the current fiact!
1OUSE OF 1 NESENTATI VS.
''hae House met at 12 M.
Gabriel Cannon asked leave to in
trodu'e a bill to explain or amend an
Act t' auithorize allei taihold propei
ty. The bill sets forth th it whereas
doubts have been ugge sted w hether
the Act to authorize aliens to hold
propeity was intended to include in
corporations created undei the laciws
br by the authority of other States
and nations, "aB it enacted, &,j ,
that corporations created under the
jaws or by the auhuFity of other
States andl nations were inlfonderd tb
have, and shall htave and exercise, a
tihlts granted to alienas untder the Act
atresaiad as fully as if' they had been
specialliy therein named.''.
W. A. G.-ant ofbred a~ re'olutior,'
wvhich was referredi to the Committee
on Railroads, that the Committee be
authorized atnd directed to ascertai'n
the facts oaf the ele .of the Spaaran
burg and Union Railroad,' arid report
it an early day, ras it ias currently re
ported that the road has been recent
ly sold for less than otne-half its origi
nal' cont, (h~c Stat4 holding endoasetd
bonds of said roanl:
Robertson offered a coneurrent
resolu'ationy,vih was i mmedijately con
sidlerdd an4 adopted, anud ordcreri to
be0 sent to f~h&Sen'ate, thmat a comnmnit
tee be appointed' to enlamnine the aec
coutnts of the State Treaisur~er-,as pro.
videdl by the law. *eoufn
A rtson i nt rundre45Esoui
which was indeini'tely postppned,' that
whereas h'is E'xeellencey Ulyssmes S.
Gratt tn'e l'residleiit of the United
States, is'expected to visit the capital
of Sthtl Carolia' o& or arbout the
20th Marebh proximo, and' i'n ordor
that ha'gi.slation on our pare na'y not
be retarded :.
Resolved, that tis Gen'eral dIren
bly tuke a recess from the 10th of
'h is month to the 15th proximo.
..'The Committee on Eamgrossedl B3M
rep~orted the appropriation bill which
was read a thir'd time, amended, pass
edi and sent to the Senate.
-Thie Senate sent a concurrent resolu
lion, instructing our Senators in the
United States Senate and requesting
our niemubers in Congress to secure an
a ppropriation sufficient to repair or re
.build the WVest wing of the Citadel,
whioh was burned while occupied by
the Government of the United States.
On thme passage of thme appropriation
11i,$15,000 ardditional was appropria.
ted for printing the public Ants.
The Senate at 12 M.
TbM failomin were rea a t:..d
time, passed and ordered to be sent
to the House of Representatives: To
renew the charter of the Charleston
Floating Dry Dock and Marine It til
way ; to ,prevent Stato and Count y
officers from holding more than one
qffie ; to provide for the purchasers
of lands, at sales made for nonpay.
ment offiaxes, being put in the postes
sion of the same ; to provide for the.
administration of derelict estates.
The Senate refused to pass the bill
to make the County Auditor the Clerk
.o( tlbe Board 9f County Conimission,
erG by a close vote.
The calendar bill, on a second read
ing, Vvere tboV proceded with,
Se-nator'Corwin's bill to incorpo
rate thQ. Newbqerry. Cotton I Millsf
naines Wallaee A. Cline),William G.,
Mayes aind others as corporators for
the '-Newberry Cotton mills," for the
purppso .,of manufacturing, dyeing,
pl inting, ee., woolen and cottqn , fab- r
riws, and machinery for the purpoie,
at Newberry, aid for branches of the
saine- industry, the capital to be
$S0U,P00,.n ahares of $ICO each ;
ths uaual corporate rights and privi
leges are granted, and that they may
coumineuce bu:sinqas as soon as $100,
0.00.h4Jl have bcen subribed and
twenty ollars oil ci)ni-paid up, a cor
tilicate of 1.uch nayncnt., higned by
the secretaryof tho corpu:;at on',t.o be
filed.in the ofiee of the SecreLary of
State ; the members are made jointly
and severally liable, &o., &c. The
bill proposei to exempt the corpora
tion from taxation for ten years.
11 JUSI OF R EPRESENTATIVES
The House met nt 12}1,,
VUnd erpool intr oduced a bill,
which was refe-red to the Committee
on the Judiciary, to amend Sections
11 and 13 of Chapter CXq of ..,the
General Statutes. The bill arendn
Sections 11 so as to read : "Such
lien t-hall be dissolved, unless the
person desiring to avail himsolf there.
of; within six months after he ceases
to labor on, or furnish labor or mate.
rial fur, such building or structure,
files in the office of the Clerk (, Court
of Common Pleas of th' Coptint.y in
which the same is situated a state
meut of a just and true account of
the amount due him, with all just
credits given, together with a de.
scription of the property intended to
be c.>vered by the lien, sufficiently
accurate for itlentilleati6n' with the
I. ine 04 tie oxner of the pr.-er'v. if
pla ~ ~ ~ if v i!i
morTtga- , qu 1 - .
Section 13 is 1 n1 1 t
read that unless a suit fr,. c:.f i e i
the I-en is conmineiced wit.in one 31.
Rfter the pe oi dringf1114 t-' a%:t;l ic
8qlf thereCf ceases to lb )r on. or 1far
n11,h labor or materials for, such
buildiog or structtires, the lien bil
There were amepmpt.ioserting
thq pampes. of certain phyoicians of
the several Counties in the bill to
form a pharmaceutical association,
which passed to its tllird readinft,
The follov-,iwg Uill and resolutions
werg,ipitroduiced enid referred:
ICur tis-INill jo .prohipit So~v~iels
from being liired out to private par
IQilmnoe -- 11 t8 requiro the
Sehoool Commissionmers to have pub
lie examinations otf the publio~ schools
every three iiiopths. .
dJarnon-t3fll to e::plain the Act
allowing aliens to hold property ; aiso,
n re.-olution which was adopted, that
when th~e flouse; pdjourms, it ,.'ned4s
adjourned until 11l A. Nl., to-morrow.
Tsh'eSeqmate met at 12 M. .,.
Nash in trod uced ia bg tQ. incorpo
rates the Mill Creek Manufacturing
Company,' ,of Ilichland County. .1
seeks to deveiop a water power nipe
miles from this city, org the Gagner's
Ferry lion il of.fortf'two horpe powpr
omwneAd )y. C. P.'Peolham, Eq. Simi
lir cp terjirises are on the tapis to be
located in the fork..
A' niotion to strike out. the enact..
ing clause of a bill to aid .and en
courage manufactures,' was voted
I~iSTOF R'EP1A9EEN T ATIVES.
IThe Ihouse met at 12 M.
ISperry, from Conmittee en In
grossed Bills, reported a Senate bill
to charter the Spartanburg and Ash
vii~le R'pilroid Company, Wi h amend
ment thait the, Company eztend the
roal.to. thme city of Columbia, or may
unitp qnd consohidate with auny ether
railroad lea 'ng thereto ; to regulate
the service o, p'rocess issuing from the
ISupreme Court -,to better protect re
ligioos worship;'to incorporato the
A resolutionsb introduped by Mr.
Meotzo,' of l'exingto~n, thllt all bills
in the bands ,of'the various commi}
tees be reported on by Tuesgla'y ,ngxt,
was adopted ;'also,'a resolution,..that
the unfavorably reported hills on the
ealendar be first taken .up;j glse a
resolution, that the comtuittee on
I~ailroads be directed to further in
vestigate the circumstances attend.
ant upon the anin of the Spartan.
burg and Union Railroad, with power cii
to send for pereous and papcr:i. lot
A message was received from the itnp
Senate, that, that body had laid oi nI
the table oie bill to retvim: the urpor- it
tioninent of the free selhool fund of ph
the various Counties in the respeetive of
County Treasuries. - it
N. T: Spencer offered a resolution, he
which was adopted and sent to the cot
Senate, th it the Glencrolt Als'-enmbly iml%
adjourn mine die on the k~th in. tie
The Senate met at 12 M.
The following papers were received th
from the louse Bill to amend S a. c a
tions 9.8, and 99 and 100, Chapt.er
17 of the .revisod statuteS. nande, 1h.
which streek out thei words "lmarket "a
value,'' and inserted so as that tihe 01
same shall be publisied in one news. 841
pappr. in eachi of the cities of Charli- a1
tun and Colunmbj.. T.bhe ,S--nate con- Tit
cutred i.n.;thamoend ments, which al. mi
lows United States bond 4, ts well us 9f
State bonds to be deposited 1, in- lin
surance companies. fre
'The President took the chair and an11
announced that the Senapte would in- Cit
form the Ilou., that it insisted uon 'ni
the amTendmc nts IixinIg the sia lary of set
certain oflicers. A coilmtnittee of coll- to
fereiieo wa.s nqpoin!vd consisting (if da;
Senators Vlittemnoio and J. M. col
Whittemore offered a resolution.
which was adopted, that our Senatot s
i4 the United Sates Len wte are here
4y ixnvtructedi and our lepresenta
tives in the House of Representatives -
at Washington are requested, to tiso f"
their influence against the withdraw- wa
al of tie United States troops. from 5t'
tijs State, and to represent to 1n
his Exmellency the President
of the United States that the th
withdrawal of the same wou!bl be tle
at the present time detri-neintal to for
the permpmient establishwevtt . and CI
maintain ing of law and order, in time p1
State ; cad that his Excelleucy the el,
Governor is ierehy requested to for
ward to each of them certified copies 1.
of this resolution. ty
Wh'ittemoie avd Mr. Swvails advo- n ig
cated the resolution, upoan a request to
from Seinator MlintYre a.sking a rca- rm
son for the re.-o!uti on. Mr. Viit- tu
temore statcd, in the course of his re. 10
t a rks, that l-he Iudlaed wih:t tmli le'
from what. had been. lie believed Le
it th11e genlthl-ani whom anked thle
- . 1iu1d tile trooip.- be cd
icompt ied to I,
tikil sixty dI s. r
ai:4 icesry to
'Ii the tGiivern C
f r tie imora I eflfect
- e advan-etnept as well f
tie protction ofI lazy a d order.
ie pilaced it ipiol higher grolun1d th
!,%(1m than hai t14. Th top'"011s did no pa
iirm, aid h.ft their moiney iere for cli
pociny benefit ; remove.tie .trqops .d
at this tii e atid iknotler .-ttp tou%%nrds
aniareliy would be takien. Senator to
Swailh coinided, with w.at Senator to
Whittemore hail slated, an.1 favored tii
in strong icmarks, the re tiuert timami ra
ilte tloopis le 1:ept here, consuderii. -i ra
ihelir ordering away at this iiC en
tirely preiniture, Senator MeIlity'a to
said it made i) difference to him t h1i
wiether tlie si inassed or nit, bu t I t.
lie thought it would tie d~m nagi ng to
business prospects. Seniator dotnes si
adyented the adoption of the same ca
as nece-ssarily expedient at the presenit nmi
ti me. I nstar noes of the CpresenI~t or- th
gantization of , thq K< m-K lux were of,
eited. 1lope believed lie lihould vote
for it ; thiere was ntever no us-a for cc
for themt in good old Lexington; they ye
were a lawahiding pgople) over t here ; to
lie wished they wer-e no all over the &
9.tt. sMonater, did . not rcemen. hmr, ref
oyee ,pn a ti ime, pf one hmundred
ar-med imeni.,puittingJ in an aippenraince
at the poills. - llope thought the 1
keepingt) of lhe Uin ie Stlrat es t rooes
here convoyed the idlea t hat .the co
ple w~ere upruty.. .Swa iIs aked *U t.I
if h~e did not It:tow that military p,.,ts. tht
wer-e "stamblished in othetr .S4ates' tot
North. Hlope only rpoke, ho tiid, to r
dampien thle ideas t hat hagil got abrioad of
about Ku 31. &,e. ..Thp coticur.~ ai t
r-ent resolution was then un animneusly~ t,b<4
adopted. , . I h
fThe samne resolution was also itrtro- I
d uce d in thte Ilouse. Iti<
.J The report oif th Ito udici101ary com.St
mnit tee oni a bill to regulate thle lees jpa
of Probate .Judges, Cierks of CUjirts, w
TLrial Justices antd other officers, to
wals debated at length on the second re:
rending. Tfhe principal object ion ret
seemed tu4.be cutting dlown l'robazt e int
Judges' fcee. Mr. Jcter fatvored the to
reducing ,of the fece, but desired thi(
the bill returned to the. Judiciar-y lini
committee, so that attorner's' feen w'
could be inceluded and emit dosrn. le. tel
wats decided that it would r-eqp.ire a to
sepatrate bill to do this. It was anmal- ft<
ly concluded to take the bill 'ny at aft
once for consideration, and thte atteni- sp
~tion of the Senate was engaged for da
an hour or moi-e upon a large num.
ber of atmendmnent,. TIheo main
amendments placed the fees back
where thbey were in the law of 1839. Lc
HiOUiSN OF R EPR ESENTATI V ES- ret
The Ihouse met 12 A. M., Speaker Ilu
Leo ja the Chair. .him
.A bill to provide for the registra- 11
Lion of bonds, Btock and coupons of t ot
'the State. and toa inetae hen fn- K
I condition of the Stato, cIum'd I t
Ig defbate, Inty a11<- Idnwn( 1'l; Iw be
I'ffert d caleil.ted to k-l the i
vna;. very detrime:0,al to 01tcltes.
to tle : wi t of tie State anv
t he I -xeemive <i eers HO., had. i
was the duty to .rt id out mho a
!d the boids. aud that one ''emsoI
ild per foriml tihe registry, thel cur- t
'e-tigation would he possib') parae. C
11blo. lI (lid not believe in legis. -
it g one year aLd udoi:ig it the it
_ochran sipportedithIe bill, on the
Mild that it wias the only measure ;I
it. won'd fai litilly cariy out the
ty phud..eVs. t
\ cotwrr-et re.-oluItion)i, (Slered by sI
W. iTirner, of Charleston, for the t
*(oititIii.t .f a comalii.ittue to ike i
tlin inive.tigiations relative to th' s
ith Caiolia Railroad, Was pased p
I ordered to be sent to tihe Senate. ai
D reoi.lition provides that tle com.,
ttee shall investigate tihe aiounat
ptroperty owied by the South Caro- e
a Railroad Company exeipted ih
mn taxatioi under their charter, I]
i, also, the amount of property ex- C
pted by their charter ; said com- o
.tee to havo.power.. to send for per.
S a ad papers, to imake their report C
the t " neral Assembly within tenl A
's al ter its next meeting, such r
nuittee to receive no nay for such w
, . SNATE.
T -;:s.i, February 11, 1873.
Ih , Senate tmct at 11 A. M. ,.
\ bill to aid and encourage m::an
tires and internal im proveweits
I ral a third time, passed and1, 1
t ito the Llouse, for concurrence in
. bill to encourage anl provide for
incorpiration of agricultural ald
Clanus ical soceitics and associations
the the promotion of the arts andi ,
maeCa, was read a second time, v
sed to a third reading, and order.
to be engrossed.
lke follo inag ., were p.assed to a a
Id retdinug : ills to require Gn
Seliool Coninisioneis to ablish
hts tschools at eachl County aseat ;
reqiuir - County coroners to of r
narLs inl capit Il cases, with bUl..
)USE OF RELR ESENTA VES.
ThseIot et at 12 M. Speaker r
e inl the Chair.
l'hae cominaittee on lRailroads report. I
favorably on a b'ill to charter the a
leigh antid Auigusta Air Line Rail- I
d in this Statw.
P'. impkins, from the colii ittee on
utily ()lies 1and Oflisers, reported
orably a Senate.biill to lix ihe.time i
.ertain 6 tato o eiol.e rs t.> reo lo t.
The bill to c.foi co tle paymet of
' poll tax was read a thard tiie, i
;d, and the title ..rdered t. be
ngcd to that of an Act and cmoil- P
3ill to a mend tle charter of the
vn of Anderson was a'assed and eit
the Senlate : ako, bill coiceri.iig
3 hA'i0l. lend ; ahlso bill to iteo. r
e tlhe, -out hx Carolinia A cgiultu. t
and MI ehaniiical Societv.
The h'ill to i limal IIth. ct, relfaing
tbe b: ds ofl the State wa, mtiade
p:ee.1 order for to-norrow at I e
t he enact iuag clauase f a bill to pro. r
jeC i i a iinane of 'Cm- i'g damaiilgeS "
*ted bJy. the o scilflw o f andmi from~ t
Il pemt.s was; etne*ken ot; also, ~
it. of a b ill to pr eveat thte carryinag '
Iceidly weaous. t
Cochan inoaeved that the JI ouse seo
aider the vote whereby it, coucur-- '
.1 in thle amendmeantsi by thte S'ate
a bill to eeoarago m antufaactures, t
.A deb'ate followedl. Thie 'louse a
used thlerecupoin, to coneur. 0
H NAVTE. a
l'l.ct Senaitc met at 12 ..
the foLalowing were a eported from r
ei'iciinitteer, hiaviig thaema under C,
i-idea tiot: TIo repeial ani Act to
ime, sintiphry antd abridlge the r-ules t
pra c icme, plead intgs, &c. ; to e
m gate anid .iiii al'. thmat lortioni of
debt iiaemared ini aid of the rebel- p
[h follon ing was received from r
II 0use Elil to iincorporate theo C
tc Auox iii.y .Joint Stock (omo
iy, wih amtenadmxeats, the Rame 0
re ;igreed to. atid the hill ordered
be corolled : ah:, returnxed, Qonce'r
.i,. thle .eolIutmoti asking for th. ~
oantilon of the Un ited States. t roopas 1,
this alte ; also, the .resolution .
iint e.tigat e the~ rights undii'r o
charzter of the Sjuch Casro.
a Ril~~roatd Comtpany ; a imessage
s received, stating that the llousea
uised to contetar ini theo amendmeniaits
thle hiill to aid anti encou rage manau
tures and internail imaprovteent ; e
er debate, the samte was made the i
cial order for a future hour of the
)USE OF. IIE l'RESENTAT1lxiES.I
Vhe Ihouse imet at 12 MI., Speaker
e in the Chair.
[n the Ilonse, Mr. Reed moved to
onsider the vote adopting the reso
ijont of yesterday, suspei'ding from
privileges as a member of the
use Thomas Hlamilton, of Beau
L, for the remainder of this session.
ith moved to Iny the ame on the .,
hkN whichtist -snoI ion w:s carried
y a .:,te of .!7 to :'S, which Closcs the
fatt for this tes-ion.
The S,:Ilate bill to athoriza (onty
'ommiiners of ccrti~n CNnries to
"vy 1n1! cOIleet an addnIal tW, for
V. 1 ei t11 1111o VO1 the :,en- IIeIII se. -
The billI t-, pr~o% id 1" for Lcr t
'1n %.f bonds:1 , *, a Ind - n111 1 -1 (1f the1
t:.te Was put ny( 1p n is t i n Irend in ,
mlenided b1Y adfding a ile of $101) for
ut rep->rtig, and pawed and sent to
The Uom ernor has.dgnal t-: follow.
-g Acts : To renew the chairter (f
io Wofford College of Sparti ab ii
>punish any per-on or nieroins who
tall sell or convey an1y IalI propur
,, &c , on whieb a Iun of any kind
ay exist, without giving notice of
ich lien to the purchaseas ; to ineor
orate the Darlingtou Agricultural
rid Mechanical Fair Company ; to in.
>rporate the Sedond Coosawhattchie
ajptist Church, of Beaufoi t, to in
)rporatc the village of Fort Mills,
i the County of York ; to incorporate
to lIartmony3- Circle of the city of
barldston ; to incorporate the town
F Hodges, it, Abbeville County ; to
corporate. the M ariner's Chapel of
harlebton - to incorporate, the Unliot
.sembly Society of Charleston ; to
fer to the qualified voters of Irn
ell the location of the County seait..
Tnunsi.iv, February 13, 185.
President pro! teln. Swnils called
'0 Senate to cider at 12 M.
The following bills were reid a
iird time and passed. To mal
lerics of Courts ex-oflieio Trial Jits.
(CS for certa.in p'iirposes ; IM1s to
guilate the fees of 'robate .Judges,
hcrks iof Courts Trial J ust ices,
lgistrates and other officers thlpre
i mentioned ; to encourage anld rro
ide f.r the ieorporation of agri
ltuiral and mechanlical societies and
isOciations for the promotion of the
ris and sciences ; to provide for an
msessitent of real property in the
car 1873 ;,to incorporate tie Grand
outhern 'lPotpl and Transfer Com
nny. of.CoIunbia ; to require Cu
v Coroners to report to the (overnor
I capital caseS. A n1tiher of bills
-ere lead a second time and refer
The Sen ,. Ut la d con ie rale t!.
louse rrsealutionl te adl o)Irn eino dlie t
it the 20th inst., by a vote of yeas
MUSE OF ImI'R -MENTA ItV.S.
The House met, I I A. 3., FpeakerI
1ee in the (lTir.
lonley, Chaii an of .ayi ald
leanis Cononilittee",:,favOrably spr
3d ; authori:iiig the Comptroller
eneral to audit einims ; hill to re
cal an Act to relieve the Sitate oll I
Ibility accoliit. of the in-i14orsnn Tt
r the Wkle ridge 11ailr.il bonds ;
Ml to emnrage the mna"fA"eure ofr
ittoii and woolen fabrie, bill to
Nibiiire the C(' int.y (tillisinces of
he resio etive Count ieu to turn
Ver1 to the County Tre;sitr(rs
11 fim S anld licensles Collected b'y
bjiint remolutli to lippoit a r
Uommliisioni to ilvestigate th out
Landii.g ,bonds-of the Siate ; bill to
e'pealI si ion 3 an i4 of th e Act pro-.\
iiig fori the it iee~ uiit andi to
ion of puropert ': joinrsinin o
seertaini the ruilidtit y of' the State
eblit ; to pr iovide foir an: inves'utijg.a
ion iof the bondfed debt-of' tthe Stiet
ud( to maktle a'i apprprinitioni for the
mvn, evneerning thz paymenit of .3
bri. by the daito 'iDreuasurer l il ?
i am~iendt the law in relating to tax i
iles ; tbill to provide for the funingui
f the State debht ;j.,int re,-olution
eqiing the State Ti 'i.'iirer to paly
.ie 'tert ilicat es of- thle memhiberc and
t-aches of thte Geneoral /.ssembl iy the I
ilt amiounti of' their ccrtilicates, br>
>re payinug aniy othter claimsn ; billI to
peat sie mnuchi of an Aot to provide
>r an appointmient of inspector of I
hosphlates as relatos to tho manuifan- (
arq.of, phosphate by ind ividuals or
>roerat ii. . -- ' . .
TIhe Educntional committeo re.
or'ted favorably on a bill to provivec
g the estaib'iia,ent of a h')u~o of
f!uge and .an industriial school in
A resolution, offered by Turner, t
as5 ad~opted1 aind senlt to theo .entet,
int the two llouses meet in j ,int ani
tuibly, on Friday, at 1 P. M ., for theit
urp~ose of ceting seven TPrustees
>r the SuthI Cairol iirna Ui veri'ity.
A resolui on;J to- adjIonrn ain cduie
a the 20ii h, ofvered by (3il more, was I
dlOpted and3( sent to the Senaiit.. ..
TIhe caltendar hilts wcro then taken I
The ra aks for the California grain
rip last year cost California farimers
'2,4 50,00)0 or abcut onei eleventht of<
143 valno of tho wheat crop of that
tate. 'These sacksa are madq . from
ludia jute worked up in Scot land ,ond
be Presideuit of the California Agri
ultural Society is of opinioni thiat theI
ottom~ lands of that State are abun
untly capable of piroducing alt the
ito required and thmat there is enter
rise enough in California to mnann.
aeture it into bagging~ material.
Mr. James God win died in Jef'fer
on cnnnty,. OG. laat weele
Miter is speaiing uf a cot'n fin
Keuraw plants largely in cotton
Ihi Aikenitesare oinha.ing a Wk
A (g'arlestenianl ha.1 hi:, pideket
li-keJ of $1 .
The lo:.ses in A bbeuvyl Ihv Ii .e h anve
Abbeville hs nitinety-.ive in
-11101nt tax payer.
T[he !;it~he 1(of 11. S. Iwua
'umiervilewas burniedl mn:t :0.
I'rep:r-dions nro beingv m01e for
he establishment 0f at Navtiinl R
A you!ng, ma-n inamed lienningt di.-i
n Aiken of enintgitis, contractl
while in Augumt .
Quite a nue (tte f persow; Ieft A h
eville county f or (Ieorgia otd Al
issippi, last Monday.
The A1,6beville Mleditmo reconhl, tho
leath of Miss Anniu .liuinn, ogei
The imeting commenced i: the
Iethodist Church in N eberry a WC-1,
go is still in progress.
RevW.W ). ied has neel.'t( it
All to Mount Zion itnd Uin.i liver
in ptist Churcles, in N jerry coun
Tie Herald wants the Newlrry
Wouncil to "coie down llkielsIn4y"
or the ceennnial exhibition, in iii
ation of Philadollif I.
Abbeville ha-4 an eve -ri 'n : thI
hape of a number tf loaiting vata
,onds," and tile M.ldiion calls f, r the
nforcement, o f th he a ,arant A ct.
The Carolina Spartlan r( emlds m
enthis of b'r-;I ilin1l'o -ey,.\. I1I. I-s,
Olr anId W a10hingt! (on F+'otecr, a11 uNi ;h1in
he l..t few daps, inl tha't cmitty.
The Air L~ine liairoail I, iihe. Iover
'aco-:t river was cmleted Tupslav.
I ij thl hig.t bridge on the hine,
eing 120 feet from wator- to rail.
Two t housatall d4111 rs 11-.- b11 e L en
uhlseribled, a Lit ha:-hee purch:1. ,,
ud vigorous preparations are It ill.
111de to at. once( build a1 llaptist
hurch in Albbeville.
A citizen of Iexiogton ray,, Ihat
(fore the war it paid t .::. n 1.ii
roperty with a l.S iX , : 1.
ow req iires $_ (o pay the ta:xci onl
he.1nme pr ipert y.
Th , tM barn of .l r. Wiley, living rear
hie ", rcc 1::idge, :n.mal liver, wz.
inrited liit week, tigetter w\ith i ll
10l gca:inilg, '20 n' ~sh:is :. f t tioil
Veid, live boys linlico l,th. pl. -per -
y tif' his widoiwed nlqlotl r.
The gin) houset .n11 :;1' i, -. eu -
nsist ting of ia nlow gin :nd i
ilteln hales of cotton and :t i:'or.
::into ity of cottu n : ed, of T. N..1
er, on the Samte Iiver, wrrl ,P. .oI
'i by fireV, causeVd by) aLaalcu
dai ing with mhat thes.
Thel oild "wiport of .l~ '-,i
Ite .oultlh of I'l-ance, hil.o te :.( 1 t
-tranlteant trade, has of li.t. ' bI , -
m1100 iW eresting to Sh o li a t, n
ount of its hiig tho chtI if .t in
he worild for the tir:tlt in hum an
aitr. I U plwa 1d ofl f(Ity Och;n'itol
lonols are brouht tlgheit re tnul y.
t aly and ti(.JY), !:.d e ji .
Sorto t w i e rin~ :as i ml'Iame inp.t
dy the rest. citi te poin--etiti'
rance, I rittany at ndI i ts.o Au e n . ' ci
uneer is thewgh, of at ncig,-. of il
h io, ual ofi, eandt que f ri-, hun li
A.. om Iur hunded harirs
rls n al-lrttilr to tte otem lvti
I guhin c (oigbc.5 aon Ite iio
laimsgithe .\melrlltcl:Iicanls a it to
?theirl be t oto y m a It i enri
uf tto ':nrowi that scte-mofst. eer
aired, and tt earttoly if n
itit, all of11 iti o~e fir o m ic at ttlad
iricles ofltte toi thea votriofl il.
orghth pCornretionalfou nitrlt, if
.yoria, aofneein itihitsl ios ao enn
loiat foct nget , wit i1 ith Ithpe forlw
ln caatio ofl is pCulicali nt l
ueuts a i orttis'
onAn sol ofupoities.t In it Ii was
-ten~rd,~t to i it, ~Iaiexpeoe I nii~ltffc
hais schoo I imbibwet ai fixed fait lin
cOe, capactit of~ may forl (elilovern
ho unsrvi ng tmainetnnc ofth he
,rinces o ielf. ti.i .great,' psue tof
ibeto restb ntig ronly o alltt hope.'
or(the olreserva t in ofonr maueh.os
tem Vofoufree inuldtittison tis
~ ooptinent olsrenq hopfo the
landy owpoe pe in n~~r all
a :a l1tter f .n . ahni orsyth
to te 20 61. Mi serto the at.
V ir f.. Ie v . taxes :an:d freo
at - V'Ia 'a-u t V ::s poASibl. The
prie lit in N ln \\ ina:Jro are get
1 o a . ai'ious tiatter.
\ hat1bi ii nal ket aonopoly
iq MA .\' l eratl aprecsely lk'o
'e wN a ; tr: a the gates of 'aris.
an .Iiat would bt thought of our
t'ity~ 't 'ls wte2 they to build m
w . ; t i i" tI d st:tion ofli
* 1 at (vve.). .'ate to livy at tax onl
ev e lli ikel, pjiollal of' iith r, etc.,
t1:t *ntered Ohe Cit y for food to the
A : .\ a t i t ea.ca. ItaoraO
VXmtly pMAMl, whit would bo
thonh' w. re t h sy to establishi It
br i f mar.k t :iiu l rbid (hat atais of
life toalf w1 ho:a di not lent ia 'tall ;ii
(h ir b r :al to: Ika t ? Alreai v tho
at!of living is aiin n y high it) our
ait y. It i a" ab .ah ta the piablio
fa: r . 4 :ri1t a .1'ertIail y a har to the.
. wh I of the I'. vit poul 11111 n 1,1.
11111h I ti.e WOMI 1o be 4 mtmil inl
li a k~im!si m!12iore nattra'.ly
. '-I n a : I l ai o lai:y Sc at 16
a! in thw pltihio. im-utilae, whero
a p !. a up in \.a..;t a tr the pro
.('t. 1.1 1 11r b.1ys4 :nol river", and1 the,
ti acr m :1!a, gadLala Intads thacat. ataI%.
rl inal th. city ; and1 30t What prices']
do ' i pa fCar their fiah ! As
faor frna , it :l;.ppla' if gol i n. ril -
ar, of :ll'r," ri:r t.O !aao u1ponl,
but bay - ,"! the reuih of mesat peopei.
Ile wh' of w.'ll er ite aMna put into
ar:af'al ieratiin I sysienm far
ah aifac~ the 41t of living il laobilo
W-ubi |-t a 1li nefai-tor tip the! comtuusII
li, v' ralt i e1:10 l who A hould build.
f1r ic a :aih':cl. (liar ciIy 11111aaro
o the 1 10 p-ah io will that crown
oafala l.,w 'I whenii the l' a th e i)ili ht
.t a, tc i. l a - a a biltil e. IPree Trado
ajl ;w d .a y ,l t I t r t a t
if it i, it, ii th-r c are ma ny criii.
nal. , firl- III ,ay 1110 tiui iolr to live inl
r~.Sort of dl, ItII ~ frt
The :1 .otii r hn y and excel.
hq n th- miao Is "f mraiy metn, i.4
. adi%. 1ial plenty
hlis .. full, and ex.
un w !1 - ' i'! 0: p r t oa b 0roal acres
af 1:id " ui i) 11ortgage lies
tand W hait aI :iiait a ait ate of fialitq aro
hia hln anha th theaelaa things ? Wealti
i eICs 1111 r its thai anything else.
"Ho . pa' ., bIiut an holicst imllan.
.Ii, there it h., -poor" yet "honest,"
thiy i:g, as if thy condition werce
Ie!y alli al. A\t I that's the vay
Ithl norl f.-.!N t ,wVardl, pomverty,
t im lan-l p -.(. rIt g h d .a hand
ini!1 p a a 'I l ci aay of Iits.
aIha ait u .ai h.ir tob ho' and.
w i h.a a t v. .h if h of u:ind %liand aoul
thMi t eIY M , ;nniti, 3ndistry, no
ri-'% -., hII hel I ieb er A)por, and m,
i'-h :i r 1f r. t!it it- 16 Il of purse,
nh : er and
he'tIem. G u I d ofiener be
is v d :.;1 -, .. apprI ciated.
"I'tr, y a b ' a' 1 I"l0 1 r:':iti u l ',0
iNht ed' 'l t hi lher <; rion, .for
bi. "uI h! I - at kt wn that honor,
truha ii' pr.i.ti m ih ollo J uch ex-'
ha'ioa'. A an shoua~icld bethonro1
and v a;l iila-e btasr wha.t boha. oot
wa ll'ou ownaa of wealth Iawho gavo~
to Il wori~ld thei'5 2111 an egineC, and
thu nds ofi othrca al fua and ti 'sctiCi...
'i Ia iia th hl' cLivl- wraiorbiia.'~ ;1 ua~tti
men of po t, w.'aIl~ Ibaho v ini obscuriatya,
alal laauiea thei' I aiian l i l roaich on ;ae
a aanut of (-uli ) uvealy . I L lI:as evCr
beena Ii u : I ,I ui I'fcar, wvill contlinaua
grt ca', iind nonwy hi.', ru l 't orld.
1hte I'laaik iandI PoInIIl c.
Ia v~a sated'a thiat by ther terms; of
tha hill for th ah li: ionc of the I'' rak
ing'f'I piilege, as it p~a~ad (aongressa,
the beaacn ehanlge of noawsplapersu was
to, la ,traattail. M'lr. li ,I memaaber
of' theca floa- fro biai w d'orreyI ~~', ace
oaut, iln Correct' jion lo the~ lt atemen~lt to
thlat e;~'eel, iuh blal heei (ciralate Ir
bay a itl ~ nube of paers. Mr. liii;I
The" -alitio ; f athela franak only
touche a.; th w-a ho au sei'a it. Newt' a .
per hav i't fei1nik, au- aare not af-.
'(sted by the~i Alt. The whoba posth1
(codie outlideof th Le fr'aank itselfi is un
If, threifor, tany\ re.t alhation la to ho
a.ado ill 'a angau , upon the p1(1Jressl for
ad'!v oc'aing thec a aeca t iionl of theo
fr: aking :'hlU'2, it musa.t bo by naow
A iul Ii rnuna)fr osusap
Ar.1 Ann r ,er y,~:al ofa th~is iyba
beena1 a'ecorn.i'ih dl ly all the [twa
delegcaiona 1:- by. th' aunited d'le.
gat jions. af ie ,a at-'ar St ates, anrd by~
iwaae~c ora fiteaa S.attesa, inacluditng
faeary \Wil-oni fal Unaited StatescCon.
sucl at ilavre, F1* s a n'~cl office now fill.
eaadcriy Gan.Oi-agi -,anul Iowaa nan I. We
unertadtuc t these~ recomm nenda
a as otf Mrs. Savelry were procuredl
by at her pairtie..,1 anm to brinag to
aI te('ct thae rilaestion whecther or not
a woman111 1)1 ay noit i ad cannot filli a
le 2~alate~t uander 1:he Gevernmnt ad'
wel H a~ ceek2..-Des Mfoines