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SATURDAY HOSSESQ, DECEMBER 21, 1SC7.
LOCAL M ATTERS.
WK ABE indebted to air. Patrick Quinn for copies
of late Northern papen and. magazines. Mr.
Quinn has recent!; taken charge of the Up-town
Bookstore, aud h?s made that depot of literature
all that it wag in its palmiest days.
BSUOIOUS NOTICE.-Rev. Lovick Tierce. D.D..
of Georgia, will preach to-morrow, at half-past iO
A.M.. and a quarter past 7 P.M., et Trinity Chun
Hasc'.-strc t, ..mt in the afternoon, at hall-pa-. 3
o'clock, nt Bethel, corner Calhoun and Pitt Btroets.
A PosTorncE has been establishc:! at Korti
Santee, Georgetown District, aud a rural pas.- ,
between :t and Charleston once a wcok, each way
closing at the Charleston Postoffice on Tuesdays,
at half-rust 9 o'clock, a::d leaving North Santee
for Charleston on Fridays.
DBOWNIXG.-Tho body of a man was ft und
floating in Commercial dock yesterday, and a jury
bein:- impanelled an inquest was hold by Magis?
trate Kanapaux, at which it waa discovered th vt
the deceased wa? named J. Leahy, and i ad resided
at thc corner of Bogar? aLd Coming streets. Il
waa scc-u on the afternoon of the samo day, aud i
vas supposed that he had strayed upon tli
wharves and fell overboard. Tho jurv returns
.?.how a verdict in accordance w ith these facts.
THE BAZAAR.-Tho Carolina House ha-, becom
a popular resort for all who wish to while the time
away, and the Bazaar is nightly thronged by those
who wish to enjoy themselves aud to aid tho hoi)
causo of charity. Tho attraction? aro numerou>
and few can resist thc demands made on (heh
fractional currency. Saturday is a half holiday to
most persons, and tho occasion could not be bettei
improved thau by paying a visit to tho Bazaar and
purchasing some Christmas gifts from tao numer?
THE JAPS.-The Hall was ?.gain crowded las!
night by an appreciative audience., whose ideas o?
anatomy were shocked by tho ability displayed bj
the youthful Japs. Thu ditTaront feats were ad?
mirably pc-iOrmed and elicited general applause.
Tho troupe will conclude their stay to-night, and
all who have not seen tho Celestials should avail
themselves of the opportunity. There have been fhn
exhibitions in this city that 7 assess more interest
than tho Japanese Troupe, and the remembrance
of their varied exploits will serve to drive awa;.
dull caro when other amusements are forgotten.
CLOSING OF TUE CHRISTMAS TREE FAIR.-This
Fair, wh.ch has been such a great financial and
social success, closed last night, aud the ladies
who havo been so zealo ' and untiring in their
labora may now rrooso npo tho laurcis they have
One of tho great events of the Fair was the
voting for a beautiful Cope which had been pre?
sented by a friend. The chances went off with
great rapidity, and when the lime carno for closine;
the pells, it was found that one thousand two hun?
dred and sixty-four votes had been casi, of which
the Rev. Mr. Quigley received fivo hundred and
seventy-seven. To the reverend gentleman tho
Cope was accordingly awarded.
ACCIDENT ox THE SOUTH CABOLIXA RALUte.uv
STNGULAR ESCAPE.-On Thursday evening a Mr.
Campbell, a passenger on thc up Columbia night
train, while uear Branchville, endeavored tc step
from one car to the next, but missed his footing,
and fell botweou the cars. The passenger and
brake cars passed over him, Lut ho was fortunate?
ly not touched by tho wheels, and received only a
few bruises from the brakes striking him in pass?
ing. Dr. Ott, at Branchville, examined his
wounds, which proved to be slight, aud ho was
brought to the city by tho Augusta Night Empress
Train, and was taken to bis brother's house in
FA??OBAAIA Ol THE ClTY OF COI.VIUUA.-TllC
Christmas Tree has fallen. Tao woodman has not
spared a bough, and thc glories of Commins' Flail
aro being fast swept away. The Bazaar is, how?
ever, still tho attraction, and is attended nightly
by numbers who are anxious to deposit their
mite for the causo of charity. The Panorama of
tho City of Columbia is a now entertainment; but
as it represents scones that aro familiar to most
persons, it will doubtless be weil attende 1. Tho pe?
riod embracei in these views extends from 1SG0 to
1865, and those who knew tho capital in its palmy
days can roneT their ncquniutatxe by means of
the life-like representations presented on thc can?
vas. This Panorama will bo on c .hibition during
next week, aud bas every merit that should make
THE NORTHWESTERN SECTION.-This section cf
the city has been slowly bat steadily improving
ever sinco the war. The burning of the New
Bridge and tho removal of tiie railroad track have
changed it3 appaarance and detracted somewhat
from tho former aspect of Spring-street, which is
the main arten- of this portion of thc city, bu*
the houses havo boon repainted .".rid improved, and
tho general appcaraucc ol' tho street considerably
changed for the better. New houses Lave bion
erected, and thoso that bad stood tho shock of
battle and tho inroads of Fat 1er Time have been
improved until their former dilapidated appear?
ance is entirely forgotten. A number of vacant
lota in this vicibity, suitable cither for building or
farming purposes, hr.ve been offered for sale re?
cently and have brought merely nominal prices;
but this is owing to the tightness of the times and
tb6 scarcitv of monev.
THE COLOBED FD?ECOMPANIES.- Yesterday being
tho appointed anniversary of the Colored 1 ire De?
partment, it was celebrated in a becoming manner.
Engines Nos. five, seven, eight and niue, passed
through the principal streets and attracted con?
siderable attention by the deccratious ou the en?
gines, and tho fancy uniforms ot" tho bremen.
They were reviewed by thc Mayor r.ud Aldermen
at the City Hall, alter v.hich a contest took place,
in which number five was victcrious, sending thc
farthest stream. Tho colored engine companies
aro an important adjunct to the Firo Department,
and have been fouud to bo extremely serviceable
at fires. The members take a deep interest in
their organizations, and have the same esprit de
corps that is felt by the whito companies. Their
uniforms and equipments arc all of thc best make,
and thc general appearance ot' tho companies was
extremeb flattering co the pride of the membeiB.
THE SP.OBTEST DAY IN THE YEAR.-The festival
of St. Thomas, which falls upon to-day, was insti?
tuted in the twelfth century, und, as an old author
all?ges, was assigned au early place in the eccle
aiastical calendar, from this apostle having been
vouchsafed tho most indisputable evidence of tho
resurrection. St. Thomas is generally considered
as tho patron saint of architects and builders, and
is represented in old pictures as holriin< 1 build?
er's square. It is said that alter the dispersion of
the apostle, St. Thomas preached the gospel ia
Asia, and suffered martyrdom among the indians.
St. Thomas" Day falls on the Winter solstice, tho
shortest day in the year, and in tho olden time it
was the practico of the poorer classes to solic.t
alms from their more wealthy neighbors, and from
this circumstance it took the name of Dooling
Day. No particular importance Ls now attached
to this festival, and it is only remarked as having
thc longest night and shortest day hi the whole
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Charit sion llolct.-A. Ward,
city; C D. Owens, Atlanta, (Ja.; C. Tybney, New
York; Robert Dempster. Liverpool; NV. A. Beal]
Augusta; S. P. Wagner and wife. Lieut. J.H. S.:II- t
tee, M. S. Lewis and wife, New York; W. J. Croh- t
Tval, city; Mr. and Mrs. Churchman and A. L. t
Churchman, Philadelphia; H. II. Wright, Bucks- b
ville, S. C.; J. J. rUlebrowue, Darlington, S. C.; E.
N. Plowdcn, Clarendon, S. C.; Chancellor Carroll, t
Columbia; K. Dozier. Georgetown; C. D. Melton, I
Columbia; Dr. P. F. M. Dow and sou, Liberty Hill, f
S. C. f
Pavilion 2?x<y.-Gen. 1!. Scott, lieut. Thomas e
B. Wolfe, Baltimore; Thon. B. Pohl, Branchvill ; t
Major F. J. Sistrunk, South Carolin-..: J. M. Bo -
erts, Nev,- York; P. A. Rich, Aiken; B. O. Stansell ! I
and J. S. Edwards, Barnwell; J. J. Doggett, Cia- I :
reDdon; Jus. H?nfern and J. D. Turney, iii:., tn ... j 1
C. D. Baldwin. North Carolina; J. D. Altman,
Carolina; A. T.Horgerand J. A. Inabinct, Orat
burg; M. C. Ha I, South Carolina; S. C. Land, ^.?n- j t
ter; E. J. Parker, J. B. Gorman, Sumter; R. M. I i
Evans ?.nd W. A. Beaty, Union, S. C. j I
Mills House- Dr. D. A. Patterson oed wife, M?S3 j ?
J. A. MeRao, North Carolina; W. L. M. Burjer, '? t
John a Island; J. H. Underwood, Boston; Wm V.. 1
Parves, J:io. A. Ruse, Sr., S. D. Humphreys, New 11
York, M. Court wright und N. P. Courtwright, | i:
pennsylvania; Chasking Francis, New York, j t
Thc status of thc Negro.
"AKIEL" m HIS own DEFENCE-A SMCY AM
ITCP BETET TO HIS ASSAILAHTS.
Ia accordance with our announcement <
toni.iv, wc pabksh to-day two totters (rom "
intended ?ia .-. partial anarer tosotnaof t'i
prominent replica that have boon given l>> b
.. i ?-known pamphlet on tho negro.
li ri ved hardly be .said that we do not,
Shape or form, agree with " Arid " in his pt
opiuions and conclusions; but we are eo.ii
allow both side:- of tho casu to bi; heard, w
doubt a<t.> tho decision thal every uuproji
reasoner will foi m. " Ariel " writes with vig
i scvulonlly in earnest, ami this JS tho whole
that wo can admit to be his due.
NASHVILLE, December 7, i
DEAS Sin-I have received your k;ud favor
instant and th.: acoompanyiug pamphlet in rc
?.Arier by "Optician," fur which picado aeco;
best thanks. By this mail I son i you Dr. Bob
?oung'a reply, with thc kino' respects of ilic
mau who has had i: printed by J. \Y. "Mo Fe
I fear from what he tay.-3, liiat il was an aaJ
nato investment for him. li you thinkaoy copie
bo sold in Charleston, to .-;ivo him from loss, y
address liim on the subject.
I have read "Speculum," and my only asto
men* from reading that, and Dr. J. L. Girat
.md Dr. Young is, that such an amount of :
ranee-rank, Kiarie ignorance-coull bo f
under cover o?' D.D.'s. I notice J our note on
13, "Upon thy belly shalt thou RO, etc..'" and
it aays. Please look over tho words of thc ci
as stated iu our Libio, and as being prciiou
by Go l on the serpent (?) and you wdl not f?
observo thc following ?acts: (1) that the e
.vas one of degradation only-"Thou art cu
hove ail cattle, and above every beast ci
deld;" and (2) as in our Bible goes on to
.Upon thy belly shalt thou ?o and cat dust al
Jays of thy lile." (3) Thai this serpent had t<
rolivc-oat dust; (4) thaine was capable of
mity; (5) that ho should prop?gate his specie
v.nh; (6) and that ho should dio-"eat dus
i ho days of thy life."" Docs this reier to tho di
ile is to be punished in everlasting Ore-ho d
.at dust all thc days of his life, neither does
-erpent-ho don't prop?galo hil species by i
ria*;e or otherwise ou earth. God said, "I will
'inniiy between thy seed and lier acoil," etc.,
How then are wo to understand it? The WX
.'upon thy belly shalt thou go,"' is an interpola
in the manuscript from which our Biblo was tr:
iated. How do I know it ? I know it from
following facts: (1) Tho Hebrew word Aac
translated "?ei-ponr," dou't meant serpent :
a over did. (2) Thc root moans "to seo,"
gaze," "to look attentively," '::o observo close
Now it ia a rule laid down by philologists and 1
icographers, that any meaning claimed for a
rivativo word, thc principle of that uioaiutig m
oe found in tho root-c. g.-you have two ap
trees, one produces sour and the other sweet
ole*. Now, the principle that makes thc one s<
md thc other swoot, must be contained in tho rc
.Vow, "s;rpent" is not contained in tho root, i
is itiu reality in thc derivative Xacash. "flow ih
j.imo it to bc translated ' serpent ?" Simply fV
:ho mistake of the copy.st a'oovo retcrrcd lo,
Interpolating "upon thy belly shalt thou go," a
i9 nothing went on tho belly but a serpent, c
ranslators without further examination of otl
MS. forced "sorpant" as tho translation, just
hey have forced into modern Hebrew Lex'co:
he words "brass'* and "brazou" as parts of t
neaningof Xacush, to oomply with Numbers a
3, ct. sig. But NaoaA moans simply "to vi
ittentivcly," "io gaze at, intently," "to acquire i
brmat'on by intent observation,'' "to sequi
mowli dge by experience." Had our translators lui
)d at other manuscripts equally old, Cha'dean, Sj
ic. Ethiopie, Arabic ttai., they would not have co;
ail ted so groat a blunder as they have. Tho eui
when piunounecd by (.?od on "Xacash" ?as and
'Thou an ours.dabovo all cattle, and above eve
jeast of lite field, and above ev.-ry creeping thing
)f t lings thai go upon their belly and eat from
he dust alt tho uays of tu cir life." Ibis vers:
f it is plain and simple and true, and is rcquir
jyourB.blo itself, when tho whola curso is ar
yzed. I shall. God willing, notice all these in r
Yours truly, ARIEL.
NASHVILLE, December ll, 1807.
DE.VU Sin : I sincerely thank you for your fan
if lot?t ins ., and tho enclosed elegant speech <
Jr. Wink?cr AT "Ariel."
lt is couched itt suprior language to any otb
ittaek that I have seen, and lias more of tho tee
if a gentleman who honestly believes "Alic
vrong, and gives his az-r-x rea sons for ao thin!
:ig. This look;, like honest, not partisan, Inqn
.y, and should be so regarded and commended.
"Ariel*' has stated his proposition!: ciear au
listiuct; he has furnished clearly and distinct
iis proofs irom tho Biblo and Bible history, ai
iustamed these proofs by est.- ting outside ?jn-t? ai;
:oucurrent outside aucic.l history. Now if' Arie
s wrong, he eau bc answered; if bo ia right li
:annot bc answered. Tho denunciations of D
Y., or any other of tho assailants o'* "Ariel," ai
io arguments to provo anything, and show oui
heir own weakness and want of Libio andotlu
ruth to sustain them, oi they would net resort t
;hem. Thc question in wbtch we are all interested ii
vhat rank or po; ition has God, not man, assigne
or tho negro? and how is this question to b
'ccided? By the OPINIONS of men, whether leam
;dornot? ?y tho heretofore received opinions c
;ho world, raid because they have been accepted a
ruo by past ages ? Or, on tho contrary, is nc
bis question to be settled alone by God and iii
doly Wold ? We say by Go J aud the Bible.
Will the opponents of "Aricl'j" views accept th
Scriptures of thc Gld and New Tesi.tnior.ts as com
Detent to decido this question? If they will b
rilling, as he i9, to bc bound by what they say, i
tan easily be satisfactorily settled. And its ad
ustmcnt will not only settle, aa a fact growing ou
>f its adjustment, that the negro is a boast, bu
V/ EXPEESS declaration of the Divine writer
hat HE HAS KO SOUL. Tbrso points eau bi
lemonstratcd by the positivo authority oi
j-od's Word, and by tho logic of facts whicl
hat word icaohcB. Now, if tho views of "Arie.'
iro what Goa teaches, how dare any mat:
o gainsay, and bcg.n to tell us ol' tho awful cou
?equeneca to the negro-to tho white race, to so
aety, as onsujig, if "Ariel" is truo? These gentle*
nen, too, forget, that, by iudulging in ouch de?
nunciatory calamities, that THE! are a.-sumintr;
hal THL? could have arranged thid world much
letter than God himself. This QCASI infidelity,
rhich is now filling the pulpits of tho land, be
ioving OXLT so accu of God's Word, us in their
udgtuonts God should have douo, said, or corn?
il.'lided, aod where anything is eaid (bat does
tot L'iraiouize with THEIK judgment or opinion,
nust be laid asiae. This is not only truo of our
mlpite, but no less astonishing. Do no; such
nen know that God wi ll stamp them out of cxis
eneo for such impiety ? Has not God said, that
if every word which HE HAS SPOKEN, not ono jol
ir tittle shall fail, that ALL will bc accomplished ?
.'ho pulpits and the religious writings of the day
re now owrrunnin; with this cytwsi infidelity.
Le t mo ask \ou a question ou this point-You
inderstand Dr. Wink!? as asserting that tho
?tbiopian roforrcd to in his text, Act:., vii:., aa be?
ug a negro? Yes. Do you Bupposo that tno
"toter did that as an intelligent reader of the
libio or from design or ignorance? Look at,
nd road attentively verses 27 and 2?. Ho had
:one to Jerusalem TO wonsuir. Now. was any
?non BUT A JEW ? ver allowed to worship in the
'eniplo? Seo Acts ssh, 23 to yo. Nu man CAN
JELIEVE that ?ie was a XEGBO, except such as have
veil over 'lo ir minds, "to belicvo a be, that they
lay bo' "****. Ho was unquestionably a Jew.
lucen Candase was likewise whit J, and ail her
objects ''.hito al io. Had Dr. W. but looked into
latin history he would have found thal, at (his
erv time. Nero was on thc throne, that Pct ro?
uis- bad bet :i appointed bv him to succeed Callus
s Governor of E^ypt and Ethiopia-that at this
imo tho Bi ?man army under Petronias was in
bo actual occupation of "Papata, thc capital
hen oi' Ethiopia, where this Queen Candace
?cid her court- ilia? they were white, de
ceudants of Ham-and had ho examined his
ory fur th or, ho would havo found that the
Stbiopi .. of tue Bible (not the Ethiopi i of inca's
?ucy), waa settled by the descendants of II un
rom Egypt-that Etl iopia extended from Cyicne
?nth of L-gypt, and extended up the Nile to Eash
onm, at tho junction of the White ?md Blue Nile,
. distance of some 080 miles. That its first capi
.1! was "M-'Toe-that its mina al this day are oi tho
.lOit mar-.silioeat kind-that an examination ct
keir catacombs, ai welt a" ?\[ their architect me,
1. iw thai Ihey are tho same aa tlioso
* E?ypt-theil .coils and temples tho same
heir ourlai of thou- dead Um same-the
nscriptiona on their Raroaophn.^i ibo same
i.'eroglyphic?-ih..!: IA opening ol' them, tho
ame cast ot features, with long Btraighthair on
hem, is lound ou ihoii dead. Tue writer of thia
it da lock of hair taken from t .c bend ot ono ol
heir queens, thai was buried two huadre ! nd
if. v cirdit yeats ix toro 1. Exodss o; iii" Hvurows
tom Egypt, uncoi' Uoses and Aaron.
Diu lo test the Doctor's Bfblo knowledge and
contemporaneous history :
Wc now orri" bun, or any one else, to point hia
?ngor to A SINGLE INSTANCE, where any Apostle
EVE:: PREACHED TO A N::GRO-ever baptized one-or
over establish M a NEOKO CHURCH ON TUTS EARTH.
Wo .-ay v. ? DI ; ? liim, <?;. any othor man, to do ibis.
Tho Apostle Paul declares that "tho Gospel." in
bia day, "had boon preached throughout the whole
world," and he sp? ko truth. And wc now say
again that wo defy the Doctor, or any other man,
to show ono single NEGRO CHURCH ostablishod bj
them, or n Bingle negro baptized by them, any
lore than ho ca i show a church ol horses, asses,
goats or sh? op, established <>r baptized Ly them;
churches such a* can be shown oi tho whites.
Ic won't do t'. dodge this quos ti jn. God will
make thom ans xor, or he will CT i?b them into tho
* * * * * Li them try it. lt
won't do to say tho Christian Church AMONG n-e
i -r-o-c-s, is involved in that saino obscurity that
overhang., the demoniacal idea that tho negro is
tho offspring of Ham, Shem, or Japho*. Tho
Apostles either did ordid not preach to negroes,
h' they preached to then!, whore were their
Thou thal second sprout of infidelity anion:,' tho
learned (?) clergy, which they lay to thc Apostle
Paul, savin: in Athens (seo Acts xvii., 26), "That
of one blood God bath made ail the nations of men
for to dwell on all tito facoof thooarth." This,
they say. necessarily includos the whole negro
Well, wo now utter another defianco to lho.se
learned gentlemen. We defy them to p at their
linger 0:1 ONE SEC?LE passage in tho Bible, from
(ho :lrst .'otter to thc ! is. ono in il. where the ne?
gro is ca!P. d a NATION any more than horses, asses,
cattle, sheep or soaL, aro called a NATION or NA?
TIONS. Lot thom try it. Chris! told his disciples
io preach thc Gospel io every nation, and they say
t.'iey did; but how is it thev never baptized a ne?
gro, or established a negro church ? Those learn?
ed (?) men would maire tho Saviour's orders, and
the veracity of his Apostles, cf little account
ala?! for our poor fallen natures. Wc arc great,
VERY great hi our vain imaginations. Wo want lo
show God that wo jan mah; ROO J CERXSTTANS or
RE ?ST 3, although we eau hardly make J. '.ruc and
honest one of ourselves.
Again, it cnn br; shown from tho Bible that it is
ns impossible (reverently speakii fr) tor God to
make a BLACK MAN. and endow bim with a soc a3
tor him to croate FIRE WITHOUT niiAx.
I want ail to be said against "Ariel" that can be,
justly or unjustly said, before wc reply. Wo arc
now preparing our Dot cs f jr another work, in which
all these matters will be properly attended to.
Most ol" what has boon said against "Ariel"' is de?
nunciatory, not worthy of a man.
lou may print this hastily written sketch if yon
think propel' aud your papers atc willing '-Arie'; '
should bo heard. AlilLL.
ANOTHER FAIR.-Tho coii}riecation of thc Mor?
ris-street Baptist Church (colarod) will open a Fair
for their Church, at No. 107 Mo ting-street, oppo?
site thc Charleston Hotel, ou thc 23d. They de?
sign raising funds lor their Church, and thc
arrangements have been nade to accommodate all
of their customers.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, COLUMBIA,
December 19.-lion. Cc J. S. Dryan, D. J., presi?
In re J. K. Mdnor, a bankrupt, and tho credi?
tors ol'J. M. Hines 4 Co.-Order ol salo in batik
?uptcv. On reading thc affidavits of D. C. Shaugh
a;id Messrs. Sauous & Simons, for lac creditor^ ol
J. M. Hines & Co.. being heard, it H oidercd, that
tho sales of tho effects mentioned in the adver?
tisement of thi.1 as.n' ncc ol' J. K. Milnor be sus?
pended until tho furthOi order of the Court.
COURT OF APPEAL^.-On Thursday thc following
business waa transacted :
Theodora Guerard, executrix, Bi. S. T. Gaillard
recalled, and .Mr. T. G. Larker heard on Inhal! of
tho executrix, air. Dozier in reply for Gaillaid.
T. W. Daggolt nfJs. J. C. Couoy. Briof and ar?
gument of Ur. Harlloe, for appellant, read hy Ur.
Sellers, air. Warley, CUK ra.
Susannah .Spaih.:!. : ad?, the fjip'.e. Mr. Dozier
Samuel Plui'.t is. Sarah A. Kelson. Mr. Dozier
for motion. Written argument of Mr. Prcasloy,
codra, road by Mr. Mciver.
Edward Evins wis. the Stale. Written argument
for apu'Haut, read by Mr. Dozier. Argument of
Mr. Preseloy, cotur 1, road by ?fir. Mcivor.
Tom Cockneld tts. the Stale. Argument for ap?
pellant, n ae! by Mr. Dozier.
J. H. Bag t tt & Co. t>?. George McD. StoH. Mr.
J. ll. Hudson J ?raup liant, lr. Spain's argument
forappeilco, road by Ur. Mciver.
A. Kobcrtsoc ctr ads. tho State. Brief ami ar?
gument of Mr. Boyd, road h.. General Harlleo. No
Adams, Frost .f. Co. es. George J. Myers. Appeal
At 3 P. M., tho Court adjourned until i P.M.
Friday, when opinion1; Will bo delivered.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT ron SOUTH CA?
ROLINA- FOURTH CIRCUIT-December 19.-Hon.
Geo S. Brynn, D. J , presiding.
In re Kewcllo. Harman & McDonald ts. Elijah
W. Brown, aud L. cc J. A. Bowie, survivor)?, r.<.
Elijah W. Brow.,-Funds hi bat ds of J. I'. M. Ep?
ping! Mara?al, under junior executor, in United
States Courir. Claimed bv so dor executor, ni
Court Common Piena lor Anderson. O.i thc return
of tue rule ou too Marshal, tittil oftei hearing ar>
irumcnt, on ni'.''.ion of VVhitner, attorney lo.
Bowies, and with consent of Harrison, attorney of
Notf?lle, Hannan & McDonald, a:id of M. F. P< rry,
attorney tor plaintiffs, itt execution issued iro':i
this Cour:, and of even da 0 1 tho ox eution in
thc above montioucd case, it is ordered, that J. P.
M. Upping. Masha!, do pa; over to tho Sheriff* of
Anderson, or the attorneys ol tho said Bowies,
tho moneys in his bauds, orso much thereof as
will bo necessary to pay tho damages, costa and
expenses ta their J aid execution.
tare Joseph Mond I, declared a bmhrupt.-Ap?
plication to release M. tVinstuck, bail of said Mou
dcL F. W. Fickhug opened tho nrgmnent, lu fa?
vor of tho motion, McMaster was heard hi reply,
and o'. J>. Popi <ilosod ill reply, lt was contended,
thal principal being declared a bankrupt, tho bad
is discharged from tho debt, inasmuch as the
Court lakes possession of person andpropcrtj of
bankrupt, on hts being declared a bankrupt, in
reply, it was urged, that creditors might yet como
in and hinder thu bankrupt from obtaining his
filial discharge Alter ho irinif argument?t length,
for and aga nst application, thu Court refused to
order discbargo o, bail, but required that tho
principal be su t rend'-rod.
Ihc Court adjourned ou Thursday at alad- hour,
alter a laborious sc-sio:iol nearly a month. Wc
understand that all the CIV.'M on the various dack
Cts, which were ready for trial, have been disposed
Uf* _. ' _
B USINES s SO 11 C L',-.
If you wai t chea). Blank Booka;
If you wast cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Ta?
per, ic; or, M?TTT;ns' Almanac;
ll you waut Fruiting executed neatly;
ll you waut Books bound in any stylo, or Account
Dot litad-; to ord-r, v..i:t d' -hud pat turu ol
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS NO. 59 Broad t'trcot.
THE MEMBERS 01 the Stonewall Fire Company
aro requested lo notice tho call lor a monthly
meetiug at Morset Hall.
BfO?RCHRISTMAS ADVERTISERS.-Messrs, Welch &
Brandes invite tho attention of tho pnbl'c to their
line stock of domestic and imported fruit Thoy
are prepared to furuish all Christmas supplies,
aud vviit inako every effort lo please their custom?
THE GAZE?: CONTENTS TOR XO. 7. VOL. LL
May a Man Choose his Country ? More "Out?
rage^' in E gland; Tho Papal Mercenaries; Dr.
Pcrsico'S Lecture; Djr.ih (hues by Moina); Thc
London "'Aimes'* ou Ireland and Pula:"'.; Thc
Fr?lich Press on thc Q icon's Spi cl?; Tho Decline
of Ireland; Mount Vcsuvin : Bominisconcos ol'
Themas Francis Measlier; Sketch of thc Lives ol'
I';.- L ilians. Allen and Gould; Ced Sav- li ol ur l
(lim 1); KapoliHjn IIL and Eurone; V Belfast Pub
lio Speaker on tho Manch . !. ? niions; Corres
pondcuce; Literature: Fullest Details of Latest
Foreign News; Catholic Intelligence; etc., otc.
Single copies Jive Cents. J'n be li il itt all News
Stands. Office ot publication Xo. 307 Kiug-street.
Try Tit cm.
Many persons have within this summer experienced
tho benefits lo be derived (rom Ute use of I'AN&NIS'S
HEPATIC BITTES*. Wc would recommend t:.. 1,1 to :.'.l
who. land i'i ni -11 ? n tonio.
Tor sale by ail Dr?sigst*. * vrt? 'ber a
Suggestions of th:- Season.
Kiuj Winter bas waved 1 rcptrc over Ute land,
whi*enins thc earth, bridging tl? streams, and turning
ihe water-falls tj pendant er. st j I. lyu animated a ;
well as inonhu ile nature, the fri - id atmo?phcr produces
a marked effect. The Hood . drive troon the surface
of tho body b- lt upon r fountains, and Chilla
and lev r, B'-icunia! sm, Pulmi ... . Diso lea Dili a -
ness, aud uui-tcasA^t disordcid ol thu st mach aud
bo'veis aro spl to bc t?:? rcj^lt .
Now, what ij r?:<iu'.?w t to i.ro... ti*c systemaRahist
lb-*a!tr.<,;t" >i d:c: ?se :.i a . ngcu 1er . c:<"--??i.' u IO.N'IC,
which, ac-ing throos 1 the . mac:i ipon the eh olatiou
anil tho nervous syst.-m, shall redet raune the vital
fluid to thc surf . J .. t. . ti : v JOfmoUouand
sensation, EU' t ii not all tl ?tl n^ulred. With
the TOXIC mint e <;. .-J suc'j ^LTECATIVEand
C'JCULAIINO aj- iciisaawj . tcud to kce;i the whoL* ani?
mal machinery "in sot d v.'o-::!--; order."
Theso three grand ; jdsitc o? .. iVintcr restorative
esl :, in ttir?r fu', c-.t pori ellon, m HOSTETTJ^'S
?XOMACn LtT?.i: ;. whicli ara compounded of ihe
purest vegetable stimulants and is'.rtcts, -.i the most
trcuiai und hv-al?hlul rooh?, barin and plants thal the
Uo-b lists aud bot-nii;; ol .'.. world :. , tdiicov
srod, ? December IC
FANCY GOODS, ETC.
QHRLSTMAS FRUTT CAKE, ALL SIZES.
AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.
CHRISTM AS MINCE PIES
CHRISTMAS MINCE PIES
AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.
N, B.-Familioa wishing Pies for Christmas Dinners
should leave their orders by Monrlay evening.
TEN CENTS TOTS
AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.
MUSIC POXES AND ACCORDEONS! AT COST, AT
December 21 _
SANTA CLAUS' HE1B0?ARTERS.
ISHALL COMMENCE FROM THIS DAY, THE 20TH
?uv... to RETAIL my entire Stock of
AT "WHOLESALE JOBBING PRICES.
Mino arc ah th : BEST QUALITY EXCELSIOR FIRE?
WORKS, and warrant?d fresh, of this ...cason's manufac?
F. von SAN TEX.
December 20 2 No. C:90 KING-STREET.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
SOAPS. EXTRACTS. COL?
FROM THE WELL KNOWN HOUSES OF
PETIT ic l:OCHETTi:
LOW, SON i HAYDON
BAILEY k CO
PATE ST I CO.
.lust received, and for sale by
G. W. AIMAK,
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,
CORNER KING AND YANDERHORST STREETS.
December 18 ll
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
Ever Offered in the City !
No. 233 KING-STREET.
BEST QUALITY FRENCH MERINOS, 75 cents.
ENGLISU MERINOS, 35 cents.
FIGURED POPLINS, 25 cents.
DELAINES, 20 cents.
And all other Goods in this line at similar low rates.
I. HYMAN k CO.,
So. ?33 KING-STRKET.
December 17 5
420 DRY GOODS 420
IBAS COST ONIMTACIl'IlE.
G0?UK0P & BECTHNER
PRIMS AT ?c.. 10c. AND 12J?C.
Bleached and Broum Shirtings and Sheetings
Kentucky J>uus and Tweeds
Black anil Colored satinets and Cassimcr:fi
Dla. k Silks al t>l and upvard
A large and varied aesortment ot Shawls, kc.
Blankets, Whi:c and Colored; !?wi-:a Counterpanes, kc.
!.. . os' Blaci. Cloth at 52 and upward.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS ! !
CF Tili: LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
S i YLES,
AT THE LOWEST AND MOST UNFASHIONABLE
GOUDKOP & BE?THNEB,
No. 43;? KI\G-ST. (MAST S?OK),
TUREE DOOKS SOLID OF CALHOUN.
December 1I_ "_W
" FOGARTIE & STILi MAN,
Xo. 281 KIM STREET.
281 Hoop Skirts, 281
KIM. HOSIERY, MG-ST.
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
CLOTHS Ai\D CASHMERES,
FLANNELS k BLANKETS
HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES
COMBS, NECK TIES
UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS
Wo invito thc attention Ol those in want of any goods
in our hn<', OH it will be to their interest to give na a call
before purchasing clsvwlicrc.
FOG ARTIE ?Si STILLMAN, Agis.,
NEW STORE, No. 231 KING-STREET.
December 0 22
BU!lD!^a MATERIAL, ETU.
NO. 37 EINE STREET
BE I WEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILD?
ING .il U ERIAL, LIME nod PLASTERING LATHS,
PAINTS, OILS, OLA Sb ES, tc, constantly on hand al
thc lowest market prices.
September 13 tlnly
READ FOE YOUR INTEREST.
rjAVE Vi I i'. MONLY UNTIL YOU REACH VUE
O Southwell corner ol Sleeting and Wentworth nrects,
where B. WHITE will seRyon jdai anch FORSriTJRE
is von want, hom a CRADLE to a CHAMBER or PAR?
LOR SET, at pricer lb'*, bave pleased many others, are
pleasing every day, and they will you.
-\ Cnn,; warranted a- represented.
Hair, Cloth, and Vern Mi cheap to the trade.
Don't be kepi away, and don't leave if others arc be?
fore you; you ?ill get your tutti.
Soutiiwesl Corner ol*
Sleeting Wentworth streets.
1 eccuibcr l lino
mm, BLACK & io.",
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANI'FACT?RERS OF
IF XJ ? .;NT
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 7o Bowery, "ear Canal street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
IT RNISHED Al THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
AB Goods purchased of oar Howe guarantied aa rc
n. w. FROST. JA\IES LL.I.Z?:. oro. s>Yr>r.j?
U.-tol. I 3mos
FIN FOB ALL:
IrtClX INSTRUCTION BY WHICH ANY PERSON
. malo or t?malo, can master iiiet-rca*. ar: ol Ven
trilouuisui hy a lew boura' practico, making a world o:
tau, ena alter '.miius experta tbcmwl'.-cs, ?ai t?acl
oilierv, Uiercby mattiug Itu source ol tceo^nc. FnB ni
structi m ; L ,. t-by niall ior CO cents. goL?r laetlorj gnar
AiMic: I. ". I r v.T 21, Hoy, N. Y.
Ma? '.; lyr
CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS.
FILL m mm CLOTHING
GEO. LITTLE & CO.'S,
No. 213 King Street.
TXTE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK
VT of TALLAND WINTER CLOTHING,tdwhich
wo invite those in waut to cull and exaniiue before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Our facilities aro such tl at we can
offer our stock of Ready-made Clothing and Furnishing
Good? at such prices tbat will comparo moro favorable
than any other bouse in the linc.
Our stock of Clothing were manufactured under our
own supervision, and can stato that they arc made up in
a workmantiKe manner, and of fashionable styles. Our
sto<k consists of all grades-Fine, Alodium, and Low
In addition to thc above, we have on hand a very largo
stock ot YOUTHS'. HOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of alf qualities, larents will And it to thefr advan?
tage to call aud make a selection. Our tizes range from
.1 years to V) vcars of ai?c.
WHITE AND COLORED LINEN SHIRTS, of all quali?
ties, and warranted to fit.
FURNISHING GOO OS.
Wo offer a larje stock, consisti?? of Merino and Lamb's
Wool Under-shirts nnd Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Shirts
and Drawers, Canton Flannel Drawers, Travelling Shirts,
all color-, EnflHali Half Hose, Suspenders, Bows, Neck
l ie.-, silk and Worsted Scarfs, silk and L. C. Handker?
chiefs, hemmed and ready tor usc; Gloves, of French Dog?
skin, Buckskin, Luci:-kin Gauntlets; French Kids, Silk.
Cloth and Cassimore; Collars, of Linen and Paper, of
LOW PRICE PLANTATION CLOTHING
Wc offer for Freedmen's use, at tho low prico of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SUIT (Sack and Pants).
We respectfully solicit a call fr; m thc citizens ot
Charleston, and those visiting thc city, to our complete
stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, and
will take pleasure In showing our goods to those who
may favor us wi. h a call, and we will guarantee that wc
will sell at euch prices that will emt the time.?, tor cash
or city acceptances OEO. LITTLE & CO.,
No. 213 King street,
October 29 tuths2mos Victoria Ranpe.
Being determined not
to be undersold by any
one, we will henceforth
LARGE AM WELL-SELECTED
Which being Equal to any
At such Prices that
TEY US AND YOU WILL BE CON
I. L FALK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHIERS,
NO. 303 KING ST.,
Between Wentworth and liberty-Sts
Large Stock of
MEN MD BOYS
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT PUPPLIED WITH
au elegant assorlmout of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
and VESTINGS, which will be made up under the care
of a First-class Cutter.
No. 219 KING STREET,
West Side, One Boor South of Mar?
B. W. McTUREOlS,
PLANTERS' Al MERCHANTS'
ALMANAC FOR 1868,
CONTAINING ITS USUAL VALUABLE INFORMATION
/STThc Trade supplied at thc following rales: $10 per
Hut.ilred; ?1.00 per Dozen.
PUBLISHED, No. 59 BI?OAD-STREET.
December 19 thstui3
For the Holidays.
rnilE SUBSCRIBER n.\Z COMPLETED HIS USUAL
J. COLLECTION OF
ma je with great care, anti comprising the choicest Pub?
lications ol the London and Coutiiicntal Press.
Hts specialty, however, for ibis season will bc
SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES, and selected from the very
bot publications <?i LONDON ANO THE CONTINENT.
Ht- also oners choice editions of BIBLES AND PRAYER
BOOKS', PHOTOGRAPHIC VLDOMS, PAPKTEKIE, fcc.,
ail Of which, having been recently | urclni*ed tor cash, on
unusual v Uvorabfe terni:*, will bc sold ut correspond?
ingly LOW RA i Ls.
IMPORTER Of FOREIGN COOKS,
December ic _No. 288 King-street.
(LATE ll. M. QUINN.;
LT-TOWN BOOK IN?WS DEPOT.
No. ?27 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN,
Y ?T> fl L KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALT. 7EIL
Yt LATEST PUBLICATIONS, Siu'.t as BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, kc; partis living u.
town will find 't convenient tj dvc n c a call, ard can
i cly on getting theil papers regular. City pupen sold
and rooe'riptious taken for ali Papen und Magazine?,
b'oreiyu Papers and Reviews ordered for regular sub
Particular attention pri I lo order? fro-u tho c uutry.
A COOd SUUplV Ol sC!L?L BOOKS always kept ou
nanti arno .November 21
NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE.
CHECKS CONSTANTLY FOE SALE LV SUMS TO
snit on NEW TOBE and BALTIMORE.
Apply to L. GAMBB1LL.
November 22 imo No. 7 Bread street
W. E. MA?SHALL,
SDIHG MD DUD ill
No. 31 BROAD-STREET, Up Stairs,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December 5 Imo*
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
J AMES w. MCMILLAN, THAD. C. JOWITT
Late of tho Late of the firm of
DAILY NEWS. BURKE A JOWITT.
MCMILLAN & JOWITT
BOOK AND JOB
NO. 33 HAYNE STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
HAVING PURCHASED THE EN?
TIRELY new aad complete Job Printing
material of the DAILY NEWS Office, are
prepared to ezecute, in the highest style of |
he art, at prices corseting favorably with
the North, every variety of
BOOK AND JOB
BILL AND LETTER HEADS
Railroad and Steamboat Printing,
&c, etc., ?tc, tte.
AU orders left at the DAILY NEWS
Office will be promptly attended to.
Book and Job Printer.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING, TN ENG?
LISH, GERMAN, FRENCH OB SPANISH, execu*
ted in the floest stylo an J at rates which will
Orders left at the CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILD?
ING, corner Broad and Church streets, or sent through
POSTOFFICE BOX NO. 340, will receive immediate at?
tention. 19 December 10
"DRUGS, CHEMICA18, ETC.
GREAT HEALTH RESTORATIVE
BALM OF LIFE!
POR ALL WHO ARE CONSUMPTIVE, OR
ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRRITA?
TION OF THE LUNGS, WHETHER TIIK
COUGH HAS BEEN OF LONG CONTIN?
UANCE OR O? RECENT ORIGIN.
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF FOR ITS
wonderful restorative and curativo qualities. Un?
der its stimulative influence, and by its penetra! ive
agency, this health invigoiating cordial excites a ccucral
beneficial reaction, and dispersas the Impermeable ob?
structions which prevent access to other remedies.
While gradually reducir?a the accompanying constriction
which attends "thc malady, it reproduces tho essential
warmth and elastic vhjor of the respirator}" vessels,
which, by this remedial combination, promotes the heal?
ing process by which relief and curs is effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested aud cured, wita every other
As neither narcotic ncr emetic properties of auy kind
aro employed iu thia Pulmonic Compound, and the most
a-.siduous attention given to thc quality and medical
value of each component urticle which coustituto it, it is
confidently and eor,sdeDtiously recommended for its
salety and reliability, without restriction m generous,
wholesome diet, or apprehension or renewed cold ironi
Tor sale wholesale and retail by the Proprietress. Mrs,
CECILIA RODKIGUES, northwest corner of MEETING
AND SOCIETY STREETS, aud at the Druggist*.
PRICK SINGLE DOTTLE ?L2&.
"Prevention is Better than Cure."
VPPROYED AND HIGHLY LECOMMENDED BY
the!'tench Al edical Faculty, as tho ouly sale and
inlall?L:e ?r.tulote against infection from .special Disease?.
J his ini.iuat.lu i re| aration is suited tor either sex, and
has ?roved, trora umpie experience, the most efficient
and reliable Preventive eTer dis? ovcrcd. thus effecting a
desideratum lone nought for in thc Medical World. Il
used according to directions every possibility of danger
may bc avoided; a single application will radically neu?
tralise tho venereal virus. expel all impurities .'rom tho
absorbent vessels, ?iud render contaminado J impossible.
L'e wise :u time, au! at a very small outlay, save hours ol
uotold bodily ami mental torments.
This most reliable sped tlc, so universally adopted lu
the Old World, is now odored for sale mr the lira! time la
America by F. A. DLTOKT ? CO., ouly authorized
Agents for tho United States.
Price SJ per bettie. Larire bottle, double size, S5.
The usu-i tisc'milt to the trade. *eut. securely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc?
tions ?Dd pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT k CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Ri.-ord's P. L.,
M.-.y co lyr No. M floto Street. New York.
COLGATE & CO.'S
THE STANDARD OF
Vor Sale 'jy aU Orocir?,
October 21 3mo
Boots, Shoer, Brogans, Balmorals, Gaiters, $c.
BY N. HUNT & SON.
On MONDAY, the 23d instant, at 10 o'clock, in oar Sales?
room, No. 142 Meeting-street, we will sell for cash,
CO ca?es assorte1!, all fresh and desirable. BOOTS,
8HOE?, BROGANS, Balmorals, Galten, Ladies'. Minn*
and fhii.ircn'a Shoes and Habnoials, Children's Copper
and Silvcr-Top Balmorals, Boys' and Children's Boots.
AB suited to the Holiday Trade, to which we invite
buyers. . _December 21
Furniture of a Family declining Housekeeping.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On MONDAY, at 10& o'clock, at residence No. ll Went
worth-street, near East Bay, will be sold,
Sundry articles of Parlor, bining Boom and Chamber
In the matter of John K. Millner, one of the Firm
of J. M. Hines cf Co., Bankrupts-In Bank?
BY LEE & CO., Auctioneers.
By virtue of an Order of Sale, to me directed, from the
Hon. George S. B-yan, Judge of the District Court of
South Carolina, in Bankruptcy, for the District afore?
said, in the above case, I will Bell, at public auction, at
thc old Postofflce, on MONDAY, S3d inst., at ll O'clock,
ONE TURPENTINE DISTILLERY WITH APPUBTE
N ANCES, consisting of ht*;, m Engine, Retorts, Ba-kets,
Tool?. Ac, locitcd at Monk's Corner, together with the
exclus ve right lor thc State of South Carolina of James
A. Mattock's Patent for an Improved Method of Dht?
THE EQUITABLE INTEREST IN A FIVE YEARS
LEA^E OF ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND, upon
which tho said works are situated.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for rapers and stamps.
December 13 9 Assigneo of JNO. K. MILLNER,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
IIcndiTson, Administratrix, vs. Henderson, et al.
VALUABLE PLANTATIONS FOB COTTON AND PBO
Will be sold by tho undersigned, hoforo the Court House,
m Walterborough, S. C., on MONDAY, the 14th day ot
January, 1868, at ll A. M,
All that PLA?IATION known as "OBANGE GBOVE,"
with the Buildings thereon, in thc District of Colleton,
containing 892 22-100 acres, moro or less; bounded North
by lands belonging to the trust estate of Mrgj. S. E Hen?
derson and children; East by tho Black creek Road;
South by lands now or late of Nathaniel Heyward, de?
ceased, and West by lands of thc estates of Nathaniel
Heyward and Paul Pams.
A HEALTHY SUMMER BESIDENCE, on lot of 6
acres, with necessary outbuildings, adjoining the above
Two (2) TBACTS OF LAND, containing respectively
644 6-10 acres and 673 3-10 acres; the former bounded
North by lands of Hey ward; East by lands of Parda,
Southeast by lands of Wilbania; South by lands of the
estates of Smith and Heyward, and West by lands of
Daniel Blake; the latter bounded on tho North bylands
of Bobe rt Snead; Eas: by landa of Varnadore and
Graves; South and Southeast by lands of Loyleas, and
West by lands o? Snead and Hey ward; said tracts to be
sold in ten (10) separate parcels, as per plats of Bobert
E. Payne, ol'February 7th, 1855-said parcels cont lining
the following number of acres, to wit : No. 1, 127 7-10
acres; No. 2,105 3-10 ucros; No. 3, 104 6-10 acres; No. 4,
91 4 10 acres; No. 6,116 7-10 acres; No. 6,112 4-10 acres ;
No. 7, 91 6-10 a rcs; No. 8, 98 8-10 acres; Nc. 'J, 124 9-10
acres; No. 10,143 7-10 acres.
Tems^ne-third (H) cash; the balance In two (2)
equal annual instalments, secured by bond, with per?
sonal Eocurity and mortgage of tho premises, with in?
terest from day of Bale. Purchasers to pay lor papers
and stamps. B. STOKES, C. E. c. D.
Persons desirous of purchasing can examine plats and
receive a description ot the lands at the o21co of Meran.
HENDERSON & BE URE, Attorneys at Law, Waller
borough, S. C. _mail_November 26
By virtue of sundry Tax Executions to me directed, I win
sell, ut the Courthouse, in Walterboro", S. C., on the
first MONDAY in January next, between the usual
hours of sale, the following property, for cash, viz :
1. THE SPRING HILL PLANTATION, near Green
Pond, on the Savannah and Charleston Railroad, levied
on and to bo sold as the property of C. A. Myen, at the
suit of tho state for taxes.
Ono TRACT OF LAND on Asbepoo, bounded by
lands ot Jool Larisy and others, levied on and to be sold
as the property of Estate Jno. O. Sanders, at the suit of
the State for taxes.
The Preston PLANTATION, bounded by lands of Colo?
nel lt. S. Bedon, James 8. Glover and others, levied on
and to oe s .u as the property of Estate John O. Glover,
at the suit i ' the state for taxes.
One IBA T OF LAND in st George's Parish, bound?
ed by land, of John Bumph and others, levied on and
to be sold 'S the prep -ny of Estate Charles Beeves, at
the suit of the State for t ixes.
One TRACT OF LAND in St Bartholomew's Parish,
bounded by lands of George Warren and others, and the
Edisto River, levied on and to be sold as the property of
J. E. Mies ter k Co., at the suit of the State for taxes.
Three T .tACTS OP I AND near Walterboro', S. C., lev?
ied on and to be sold os th.- property cf estate Lowroy,
al thc suit of the ? tate for taxes.
One FARM, containing 1C0 acres, bounded by lands of
J. M. Liston, J. D. Smoko, and others, levied on and to
bo sold as thc property ol A. B. Liston, at tho suit of the
State for taxes.
One FARM, containing 160 acres, bounded by lards of
D. L. smith, J. D. .-moke, an l others, levied on and to
bo sol* I as the property of D. W. Liston, at the snit of
the State lor taxes.
One TRACT OF LAND, bounded by Beverly and
ethers, levied on and to be sold as the property of estate
E. H. Benton, at the ?mt of the Sta'e lor taxes.
Ono TRACT OE LAND in St George's Parish, bound?
ed by lands of J. A. Yat s and others. levied on and to
be sold as the property of Julia Young, at the tult of the
State for taxes.
Ono TBACi OF LAND In St Georgo'a Pariah, bound?
ed by lands of T. W. Harley and others, levied on and to
be sol 1 as tho property of George Givham, at the suit of
tho SUte for taxes.
Ono TBACT OF LAND in St. George's Pariah, bound?
ed by lands of Geo. Traxler an 1 others, levied on and to
be sold as tho property of Estate W. B. Crook, ot the snit
of tito > late for taxes.
One TBACT ^F LAND In St George's Parish, bound?
ed by lands of B. J. Limehouse and others, levied on and *
to bu sold as the property of Joe. A. Thompson, at the
?uit of tho State for taxes.
Ono TRACT uF LAND, bounded by Josiah Mendaugh
and others, levied on and to be sold os the property of
J. M. Hickman, at the suit of the State tor laxes.
One IR ACT OF LAND, bounded bylands of W. B.
Brabham and others, levied on and to be to a os thc pro?
perty of J. EV McMillan, at the tu tof the State for taxes.
One TBACT oF LAND, bounded by Jennings and
others, levied on and lo be sold as the property of J. B.
Bobertson, at the suit of the State tor taxes.
Oje PLANTATION, containing 400 aires more or less,
bounded by lands ot Peter ltentz ..nd others, levied on
and to be sold cs the property cf Thoa. Polk-, at the snit
ol the State for taxe
One PLANTATION, containing 200 acres, mon or
less, Lounoed by lands of Silvesta Benton, Seaborn Flak
and others, levied on and to be sold as the property of
Mrs. Catharine Benton, at tho suit of the State for taxes.
Ono PLAN TA i ION, containing 225 acres, more or
less, bounded by lands of Jessie Hearndon, Joseoh Ben?
ton and o thora, levi d on and to be sold as the property
of Estate Silvesta Benton, at the suit of the SUte.
One TBACT OF LAND, bounded by lauds of McDon?
ald and others, levied on and to bo sold as the properly
of J. H. Ward, at the suit of tho State tor taxes.
Ono TRACT OF LAND, bounded by lands of 2. R.
Hallford, levied on and to bo sold as the property of W.
R. tucker, at tho suit of the State for taxes.
Ono TRACT OF Li ND, bounded by lands ol Mn.
James Hill, levied on and to be sold as the property of
Mn E. S. haysor, at the .ult of t.:e State.
One TRACI OF LAND, "Good Hope," bounded by
lands ol Eldred Spell and otuers, levied on 2nd to be
cold as the property of Joseph Tucker, at the suit of the
State for taxes.
Ono HOUsE AND LOT, in the town of Walterboro',
levied on and to be sold ss the property of Estate J. H.
Marun, at the suit of the State tor taxes.
One HOUSE AISD LOT In the town of Walterboro',
levied on and to bo sold as the properly of J. D. Edwards,
at the suit of the State tor taxes.
Ono HOUSE AND LOT in the town of Walterboro', le?
vied on and to bo sold as tho property of Henry Albrlcht,
at tho suit of the state tor taxes.
One FARM, neat Waltor'-oro', levied on and to be sold
as tho property ol' the late Thoa. Byan, st the suit of th?
State for taxes. GEORGE WARBEN,
Docombcr 20 3 Sheriff Colleton District.
C. DUCREUX'S PATENT *
For Instantaneous Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INGENIOOS AND VEBY USEFUL INVENTION,
which has been patented in the United States,
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nation, one of the greatest inventions ol the age.
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FntsT-The utility with which horses may be harness?
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SECOND-In caso ot a horse falling, he may be loosed
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THLUDAND GREATEST-In cases of horses taking fright,
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