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VOLUME IX.-NUMBER 2154.
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 10, 1872.
EIGHT DOLLARS A YE??L**
THE; GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
TBE BBB 1 TB ON THE FIFTEEN MILLS
A Startling Exhibit of Deficiencies
Another Avalanche of Bill? and Rc go
Intiom- Spasmodic Vigilance upon
-'' tia? Printing Question.
[SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE NEWS. ]
COLUMBIA, December 9-Evening.
Tbe Governor's message, already puplisbed
lo THE NEWS, was read to-day In both houses
In the House ot Representatives the bill an
thorizlng the tax levy was taken np, and alter
a debate of some length, its further considera?
tion was postponed until Wednesday. Cain
Introduced a joint resolution to authorize the
commissioners of Abbeville to levy a special
tax of two mills. Wilson Introduced a bill
Axing tbe pay of county treasurers at four
per cent of the taxes , collected up to twenty
thousand .douars, and one per cent,
on . any- excess over that sum. Bose
mon gave notice - of a bill to in
Incorporate the Draymen's Benevolent Asso?
ciation ot Charleston. Spencer introduced a
bill to incorporate the Lincoln Light Infantry
of Charleston; also give notice of a bill to
establish a State normal school for juvenile
offenere. Artson introduced a bill to Incor?
porate the Randolph Enterprise Association of
Charleston. Holmes offered a resolution ask?
ing the Governor whether the financial agent's
accounts had been settled-adopted. Keith
gave notice of a bili to incorporate the Dar?
lington Fair Association. Moore Introduced a
bill to amend section ll, chapter 45 ot the
getters! statutes, by substituting 60 for 45. Can?
non gave notice ot a bill to incorporate the
Spartan burg and Asheville Railroad Company.
Levy introduced a bill to renew and extend
tbs charter of the Charleston Dry Dook: Com?
pany for five years. ' t- *
The Senate concurrent resol ut lob request?
ing Inlormatlon from the clerks In regard to
- the publication of the laws In the newspapers
was concurred. A report from the clerks was
then presented, showing that the acts had
been published In thirty-nine papers at ten
cent* perUne,.and that the cost for each ses
sion was about sixty thousand dollars.
The bill to designate the officers by whom
sales ordered, by. the courts shall be made was
passed toa third re?.d I Dg.
The.Senate adopted a resolution to authorize
the attorney-general to employ two solicitors,
two attorneys and two clerks, at six dollars '
day. ?:. .
Gaillard gave notice of a bill to Incorporate
the 'Draymen's Benevolent Association of
Jeter gave notice ol a bill to Incorporate the
Spartanburg and Asheville Railroad Company.
* Smal hr introduced a concurrent, r?solu tran
to pr?vido tor a joint committee to investigate
the pay certificates outstanding.
Whlttemore Introduced a bill to authorize
the Supreme Court to send Issues ot lact to
the Cl trait Courts for trial.
Tbe Dill requiring- a bond (rom the ?onnty
commissioners, and the Joint resolution re?
pealing the armed force law were passed
The. bill to repeal the license law and the bili
Oeding to the United States the National Cem?
etery in Darlington County were passed to a
tb bd read lc g.
'In tlrei?aite^'Stoiea Court th* fetal, of Wm
CL Whites!des, ?no: ' Whlsevaot and Moses
W bise vaut, of York County, occupied all the
day and evening.' The Jury, at 9 P. H., found
a verdict of "guilty."
. A large caucus ol members of both branches
af the Legislature waa held this, evening In
tie ball of the House. The principal speech
of the evening was made by JudMackey,
in a savage excori?t iou ot Patterson. Much
Interest ls manifested this evening in. ail
quarters Ia regard to the senatorial contest;
which begins to-morrow. Scott has his
headquarters illuminated and a band of music
employed. It ls said .that Chamberlain ls to
be announced as a candidate to-morrow."
NOTES BY MAIL.
Farther Details ot tbe Proceedings on
[FBOX OUS SPECIAL C OHE ES PONDENT.]
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 8.
The proceedings in the House yesterday
were unenlivened- by any im portant debate,
excep?-upon the question of the publication of
the acta ol the General Assembly In the news?
papers. This was precipitated by a resolution
introduced by Representative Warley, colored,
of Clarendon : '
Resolved by the House of Representatives,
tbe Senate concurring. That the clerks ot the
Senate and House of Representatives, or who?
ever may be cbarged with the publication of |
the acts of the General Assembly, shall confine
tho publication thereof, in the newspapers, to
public laws of general Interest, and shall not
publish therein, at the expense of the State,
acts of Incorporation, or other acts of private
or local i nt erest.
The author of this resolution advocated its
passage in a forcible speech In favor of re?
trenchment and reform, and he was followed
by Bepresentative Cannon, Conservative, of
Spartahbarg, who endorsed all that the pre?
vious speaker bad said, and moved to still
farther restrict the publication of the acts to
one newspaper in Charleston and one in
Columbia. This--wholesale reduction was,
however, met by serious .opposition, and alter ?
a variety of speeches in favor of tbe country
pren as public, educators, Ac, an amendment
was*adopted confining the publication to one
newspaper in each county, in the Stale, aud
the resolution as thus amended, was adopted,
end sent to the Senate.
The Judiciary committee reported favorably
on a bill to amend the act to provide for the
recording of real eBtate transf?ra which seeks
to allow six months Instead of thirty-three
days for recording such transfors, and upon
the bill to authorize rheriffs to make sales of
lands ordered by Probate Courts.
Representative Cain, colored, of Abbeville,
introduced a bill jo amend the common school
law by striking out the forty-third section and
Inserting a clause makins lt the duty of the
county school commissioner to open the
county schools on the first Monday ia Octo- j
bet,' and continue them open for niue month?,
or limit the session according to the school
food at his command.
Representative Ellison, colored, of Abbe
ville, gave notice ot a bill to perpetuate i he
xecoras destroyed by the late fire in Abbeville
Representative Cochran, of Anderson, In- ?
troduced a bill to abolish the office of county
auditor and confer the duties of that office
upon the clerks of courts, the object or which
is expressed by ita title, and which provides
that the clerks shall receive- the aum ol five
hundred dollars per' annum as compensation
for such additional duties, except in Charles?
ton County, where th? clerk shall receive one I
thousand dollars per annum, payable quar-1
Representative Myers, colored, of Beaufort,
gave notice ot a bill to establish a new judicial
and election county from portions of Beaufort
and Barnwell Counties, fo be known as the
county of Lincoln.
Representative Artson,.colored, of Charles?
ton, introduced a bill to amend an act to in?
corporate certain fire engine companies in
Charleston, which proposes to strike out the,
word "Star'- In the name of the Comet
Fire Engine Company and substitute
word "Steam."- He also gave notice of a
to incorporate ?he Randolph Enterprise i
elation, of Charleston.
Representative Vanderpool gave notice
bill "io enable coroners to detect murcie
and other criminals," which was Introdi
to-day, and which authorizes coroners to <
a reward o? one hundred dollars for the
tectlon and arrest of criminals, to be pale
the county In which the crime was commit
Representative Brennan gave notice yee
day, and introduced in-day, a bill to locoi
rate the National Zouaves of Cbarlosi
which names as iucorporators Edward
Hoffman, D. M. ErvIn, N. K. Beed, A. J. ?
ger, C. 8. Surau, W. W. Simons and R
Barkley, with the usual rights and prlvlle
ot military club*, and with authority io c
real and personal property to the amoun
$10.000; the act lo continue In torce lor twe
Representative Spencer, colored, of Char
too. Introduced an act to amend the Jury li
the principal provisions of which are as.
"That the board of jury commissioners
and they are hereby, empowered when In
drawing of jurors lor the Common Pleas Co
a sufficient number having been drawn, an
appearing to said board that a majority of 1
jurors BO drawn are not within the immedl
reach cf the sheriff, (non est Inventus.) or i
being ol sufficient mental qualities (as ls
quired In civil oases) to meet the many a
very important cases arising in the court afb
said-to strike off Irom the venire so many
the names drawn by them and fill the sai
with the namen ol such persons, Irom t
county at large, as are duly qualified accot
lng lo law, who are most familiar with cl
cases, to serve Instead of those origina!
drawn. Provided, however, the names
Jurors on the venire be equally divided, 1.1
half original, half otherwise, as above statei
Representative Bosemon, ' colored,
Charleston, presented a report from-the me
leal faculty of the University of South Caro
na giving the names of the druggists licens
by them under the act of last winter, ai
which have been published from time to lin
in the columns of THE N KWS. -
Bepresentailve Levy, ot Charleston, gai
notice of a bli! to incorporate the Irish Vc
unteer Blfl-J Club ot Charleston.
Representative Young, colored, of Cheste
gave no! ice of a bill to aitborlzs lauds sold I
order of oourt to be sold lu lots to. suit pu
Representative Holmes, colored, of Coll
ton, Introduced a bill to set apart in eat
county a fund io bx known aa a Juror i
State witness fund. This bill provides as lc
"That the board of county commissioners
each couuty shall, un or before the first di
of fach fiscal' year, furnish ihe county trea
urer wkh an cellmate ol what Bum will t
neco-Bary to pay thu accounts ot the juroi
and witnesses, on the part of the Slate, lc
and during the ensuing year.
'.It shill; be, and is hereby made, the dut
of the county treasurer, upon auch estimai
belog filed In his off.ee by toe county commli
alone rs, to retain in bis possession the sm
necessary to cover said estimate, io be-subjei
only for the payment of such accounts here!
contemplated; said orders to-emanate oui
from the Court ot General Sessions."'
Representative Barker, ot Edgefleld; lntrc
duced a bill to limit the hours of labor In fat
Repr?sentative Slmkios, colored, of Edge
field, gave notice of a bill to abolish the offlc
ol stenographer In the filth Judicial circuit
ana ot a bill to prohibit the employment e
minors without the consent ol their parent
Representative Miller, of Fairfield, Intro
duced a bill to charter In this State th
Raleigh and Augmta Railroad Company o
North Carolina, which authorizes ihe con
structlon of a railroad across the State o
South Carolina to connect the cities named
with authority to construct branches of, no
more than one hundred miles In length, an<
with the usual right s and franchises.
Repr?sentai ive Cannon, Conservative, ol
?parianburg, gave notice yesterday o? a bbl tc
repeal the act of February 22, IS 70, regulating
the publication Ot legal and public notices.
Representative Spears, colored, of Sumter,
introduced a bill to empower sheriffs to col?
lect tax executions, wnich provides that the
lists ot such executions shall be put In tbe
hands of the sheriff) and collected by them
without additional compensation.
Representative Myers, colored, of Bean
fort, Introduced a joint resolution, similar to
the one Intrt duced In the Senate, lo repeal
the Joint resolution authorizing tbe Governor
to employ an armed loree.
This completed the business of ihe House at
its session yesterday, and after an unsuccess?
ful effort to bring up the tax levy tor discus?
sion tho House adjourned.
The session ol the Senate thia morning was
brlel and unimportant. The House concur?
rent resolution, mentioned above, was refer?
red to the com tnltteo on printing, where such
measures have in the past usually found a
peaceful and permanent resting place.
Senator Corwin, of Newberry, gave notice
ol a bill to lund tbe debt of Newberry County.
Senator Hope, Conservative, of Lexlngtoo,
gave notice of a bill to amend tbe act to pro?
vide for the assessment and taxation ot prop?
Senator Lee, colored, Chester, of Introducer!
a bill to flx.ihe time for holding the Courts of
General sessions and Common Pleas in the
Sixth Judicial Circuit. It provides that the
eourt Bball be opened in the several counties
on the following dates: Chester, first Monday
In January and third Monday In March and
September; York, second Monday in January
and first Monday in April and October; Lan?
caster, third Monday In Jannary, April and
October; Fairfield, fourth Monday in january
and first Monday in May and November.
The calendar business was then taken np,
and the following bills were sassed to their
third reading :
Bill (by Mr. Jarvey) to incorporate the
Charleston Coastwise Transportation Com?
Bill (by Mr. Jones, Jr., i to require owners
or lessees of lands to remove fallen trees from
the hlghwavs adjoluiog their lands.
Bill (by Mr. Jones, Jr.,) lo provide for the
payment ot the past Indebtedness of George?
Bill (by Mr. Whlltemore) In relation to the
service of legal process.
Bill (by Mr. Jervey) to Incorporate the Peo?
ples' Loan and R-ul Estate Company, of
Charleston, S. C.
' Bill (by Mr. Whlltemore) to designate offi?
cers by whom eales ordered by the courts of
this State shall be made.
The following resolution and reports were
Concurrent resolution (by Mr. Dunn) rela?
tive to the contracts ol' the clerks of the Sen?
ate and House ot Repr?sentatives, with the
different newspapers of the Slate for the pub?
lication of the acts and Joint resolutions of the
Report of the committee on privileges and
elections on the petition contesting the elec?
tion ol Hon- Sanders Ford.
Report ol' the committee on Railroads on
bill io amen d an act to Incorporate the
Charleston, Georgetown and Couwayboro'
Railroad. . .
The proceedings io the lower House to-day
were ot rather more Interest, botb from the
number and nature of the new measures In?
troduced, and from ihe importance of the
malu debate ol the day. which was upon the
proposed tax levy of fifteen mills lor State
and county purposes.
The committee on ways and means reported
favorably on me bill to repeal ihe general
license law and on the amendment to the bill
In regard to the pay ot members ot the Gen?
eral Assembly, which proposes to give them
their salaries and mileage in one payment at
the end of each session, and reported unfa?
vorably on the concurrent resolution to ap?
point another "Joint special financial luvenl
The commute? on county offices and officers
reported unfavorably on the bill to abolish the
office of county auditor and to devolve Its du
ties on the county treasurer, and favorably ou
the bill to prevent county commissioners being
Interested in contracts given out by them; the
bill to fix the" office hours of certain county
officers irom 9 A. M. to 3 P. M., and the bill to
amend the act to define the duties of county
treasurers. The last named of these bills pro?
vides that county treasurers shall receive di?
rectly from the parties applying lor liquor
licensee from tbe oounty commissioners all
money paid for such licenses; that the fund so
received shall only be applied for the benefit
ol the poorhouse or poor farm, and paid out
on the orders of the county commissioners,
and that a statement of euch funds shall be
made to tbe circuit solicitor before each
Representative Featherstone, Conserva
ot Anderson, introduced a bill to amen
act to better protect holders of insnri
policies in this State, which seeks to si
oat In the eighth line ot section 1, tbe i
fifty and insert one hundred, and in the n
line strike out the word twenty and It
The following notices of bills were glvet
By Representative Featherstone, to ri
late the fees of trial j UBI ices and o
By Representative Spencer, colored
Charleston, to incorporate the Lincoln L
Infantry of Charleston.
By Representative Turner, colored,
Charleston, to repeal the charter ot
Charleston Charitable Association, for
benefit ot the free school fund, and to re
the charier of the Charleston Joint Si
Company, for the benefit ot the State Orp
By Representative Bowley, colored.
Georgetown, to amend Section 328, tltli
chapter 2, of an act to revise, ?o., the rule
Sleadings and practice in the courts of t
Ry Representative Meetze, Conservati
of Lexington, to reduce the salary ol cou
school commissioners; to fix lite numbe
attaches of the General Atsemblv.
The following bills were Introduced:
By Representative Greene, of Charleston
Incorporate the Irish Rifle Club. Tbe
names Messrs. James Armstrong, Jamet
Grace, D. O'Neill, A. G. Magrath and ir.
associates and successors as Incorporate
with the usual rights and powers, and w
authority to own property to the extent
ten thousand dollars; the act to continue
r oe for fourteen years.
By Representative Llily, colored, o? Chest
lo compel county commissioners to furn
medical aid to the indigent sick. The obj
of this bill is expressed in its title, and the fi
ure of the commissioners to carry out lia p
visions ls made a misdemeanor, and ls pt
lah Able in the discretion o? the conns.
Ry Representative Young, colored, of On
ter, to allow lands sold by. order ot the oou
Lo be sold In lots to snit purchasers.
By Representative Thomas, color ed, of Col
ton, to repeal the bill to relieve tbe State:
all liability on account ot its guarantee ?f t
bonds ot the Blue Ridge Railroad Compac
This is an Important and rather curious bill,
lt distinctly implies either criminality or gre
carelessness on the part of tha previous J
sembly. Its text ls as follows :
SECTION ?. That an a:t entitled an act to r
lleve the State, Ac. ls hereby repealed, at
ill powers and obligations .conferred upi
thy partie*, and any issues of scrip und
said acr, are hereby declared null and void.
SECTION 2. That tbe faith and credit of tl
3tatets hereby withdrawn from the ultima
redemption of any of the said Blue Rid;
revenue scrip, Inasmuch as the said act und
which said scrip was issued is In violation
the provisions of the Constitu? lon of this Sta
ind of the Dulled States.
By Repr?sentant e Gilmore, colored, of Rte
land, to provide lor the election ol Justices .<
the peace. TblB provides for the election c
me first Tuesday in March, 1873, of a certa1
lumber o? Justices of tbe peace,'who shs
Hold their ?nices for tbe term of two year
rac andes caused by death and otherwise, I
39 Ailed by appointment by ihe Governer ii
;he unexpired term.
Representative Bowen, Conservative, <
Pleiteos, Introduced the following resolntloi
which was laid over under the rules :
Be it Resolved, ?c., That the pabilo pr in tin
Df this Stat? be let ont to the lowest bidde
ind that the clerks of the House and Senat
ie authorized to receive sealed proposals fe
;he next, two weeks, and report tbe same t
?he House and Senate for their considerate
ind action. .
2. That no . newspaper In this State shall b
paid lor the publication o? the acts and Join
resolutions ol tbe General Assembly.
Tbe House then proceeded to the ousldera
ion of the -tax levy bill as reported by th
.ommlttee on ways and meaos, and ibis, a
vas expected, led to a long and Interestloi
llscusslon. Tue bbl waaraken up by seotloni
or its second readme, tod ihe first and see
ind sections, authorizing the levy respective!;
if a five m Hs tax lor the current fiscal year
md a two mills tax for school purposes, wen
tossed without opposition. Ou the reading o
he third Beetloo, however, whloh authorize
ne levy ol a tax of five mills for the deflclen
ties ot the fiscal year commencing Novembe
i, 1871, Representative Cannon made ari able
ind earnest speech against the levying of BUCI
i tax .until the General Assembly was fur
ilsh?d with further information upon the sub
ecu He said that the late State officers har
nade no report of tbelr transactions duri nf
.hat yeaT, and the General Assembly had nc
means of knowing whether or from wba
Muse those deficiencies existed. The lan
Stale treasurer had Bald that onl<
ibout two-thirds of the taxes nae
been collected, and If that were true he wouk
be In favor ol collecting the remaining third
and a- plylnsr that to the' payment ol the de fi
Blendes. He desired the paymeut of ever]
honest obligation that had been incurred bj
the State, but he submitted that before thc
General Assembly should demand $600,000 oi
1800,000 of the people's money for deficiencies
they should know what the deficiencies were,
and why they were. The constitution required
lhat such statements phould be made, but li
bad not been done. Liberal appropriation?
had been made last year for tbe schools, the
Lunatic Asylum, &o , yet lt was notorious thal
those Institutions had not received the money,
and he desired to be informed where and how
lt had gone. He hoped that the bill wonld not
be passed upon until all tbe persons entrusted
with tbe expenditure of the t- tate's mone>
should have regularly reported to the General
Assembly, and he, iherefere, moved Us post?
ponement until ihe reports ol the State treas?
urer and comptroller-general should be
' Representative Bowley, as chairman of the
committee on ways and means and the Intro?
ducer of the bin?, replied that lt was well
known that lhere waaa .certain time when the
collection of taxes was required to commence,
and' that lt was necessary to have the tax
levied without delay,.to ?Ive tbe county offi?
cers time to make out their accounts and the
people time to pay them, before the expira?
tion of the time allowed by law. "lit was.true
that lt was the duty of the Slate officers lo
have their reports ready for the General As?
sembly upon the first day of the sesoloo, and
that they had not done so, but. the oom mutee
on ways and means bad been shown by the
present State treasurer a statement ot tbe
present deficiencies, which would require for
their payment a tax of more than five mills.
He then read the list of deficiencies in the
various appropriations made by the General
Assembly, as follows:
Contingent accounts. 19.629
Lunatic Asylum. 67,170
Keeper Ot tue Lazaretto. 400
Repairs lo ihe Lazaretto. 600
Scbool records. 6.975
Repairs io the University. 8,877
Deaf, dumb and blind. - 10 roo
Supreme Court Library. 1,000
Catawba Indians. 800
Clothing discharged convicts. 300
Mes ne Conveyance Office. 3,000
Support ot the University.. GOO
Civil contingent fund. 19,665
For free schools. 300,000
These amounis, he said, were only the defi?
ciencies In the specific appropriations. The
committee, however, had only estimated a de?
ficiency of $100,000 in the appropriation fur
BChools, because it was believed that the
schools having been closed during the year,
the. actual deficiency would be found to be less
than stated. This made the -total deficiency
Deficiency as above.$366,295
Pay certificates. 230,000
To provide In tull for this deficiency of one
million dollars would require a levy of about
seven mille; but the committee had deter?
mined on recommending five milla, because
the last two Hems might perhaps be reduced
or otherwise provided for by the action of tbe
General A3semblv. In addition to all that,
moreover, lhere were the following deficien?
cies tor the fiscal year ending October 31,1871,
whloh would have to be provided for: I
Penitentiary. 500 OO
Z- Watt .. i,31186
Qtiaranilne. 2,828 29
Militia.?. 6 892 04
Supreme Court Library....-.. 1,286 60
Deaf, Dumb and Bllod_ 2,610 00
Catawba Indiana. 495 00
Lunatic Asylum._. 14,875 00
Transportation Bick poor...., 4,30600
Clothing discharged convicts......] '234 00
Lighting Statehouse... \ 2,000 00
Safe, attorney-general's office_... 800 00
In view ot this accumulation o? deficiencies
be thought lt was time to look- the situation
squarely in the lace and decide what was best
to be done. Ii they were not provided for in
the lax levy they would undoubtedly be push?
ed through the General Assembly as claims
and then there would be no means of pre?
venting their payment at the treasury to the
detriment ol the expenses for the current
year. He admitted that there had been
shameful extravagance in tbe past, but be
submitted that there was nothing left ior the
8tate to do but to pay ita debts and thea In
starting fresh, adopt the plan of paving as
they go. .... -
Representative Cannon asked that in the
absence of the full reports from the proper
officers the information furnished by the mem?
ber be printed and laid on the deBks ol the
Representative Bowley bald that be would
submit bis Information io the House for the
purpose of having it printed, and he moved
that ihe bill be postponed in the meantime
until Monday at one P. M. ?-.
The debate then took a wider latitude and
was pan iel pated in by Horley. Barker
Holmes, Artson and several others, until it
was Interrupted by the hour of adjournment
and lt will therefore be resumed aa nndnisbed
business at the opening of .Monday's session
The Senate this afternoon, In executive ses?
sion, confirmed the following appointments by
Governor Moses, and referred all the appoint?
ments made by ex-Governor Scott, and not
yet acted upon, to Governor Monee :
County Treasurers-E. & J. Hayes, Lexing?
ton, Jas. W. Holllman, Oconee.
Trial Justices-Sal I aa Randall, Sr., P. B.
Rivers, Aiken; J. A. McIntosh, Abbeville: c
H. Brown, Barnwell; D. H. Farmer, R. A. Ja?
coby. I. M. Cantwell. O. 3. Curtis, D. K". Chap?
lin and Thoa. G. Richardson, Richland.
MORE MURDERS IX FLORIDA.
A Faibf r anil Son Shot Down-Encape
of the Assassins.
[From the Lake City Herald, December 7 ]
We are again called upon to chronicle ano*
trier deed ot blood and mifrder,- enacted thia
lime at Wei borne, In -Su wan nee County,
about twelve miles distant from this place.
Jesse and William Burnell, father and son,
were the .victims in the present Instance.
Two brothers named respectively, Barnard
and Isaac Hart, who Jointly keep a store in
Welborne. did the deadly snooting. It seems,
as the facts have been reported to us, that
JEALOUSY AND ninga BATHED
existed between Barnard Hart and William
Stencil about an abandoned woman, who re- J
sides in the outskirts ot the village, and Hart
had notified young Siancll In writing that he
meant to kill aim on Bight." On Wednesday
last the two Stanella, who irealde on a lar m lu
the country, visited Welborne, the Bon, Wil?
liam, being armed with a double-barrelled
gun. An effort at pacification on the part of
the lather with the Harts bavtng failed, the
two Stanella proceeded to leave the place on
their return homeward. In - doing so they
passed within about twenty steps of tbe store
of the Harts, wh?-n tbey were Immediately
fired upon through an open window of the
building, and young Staooll was
dangerously if not fatally wounded, at the. Drat
discharge. A ball shattered the thighbone ol'the
right leg within an inch oir ao of the hip-Joint.
In this disabled condition he returned tbe Ore
of hts assailants, but without Inflicting upon
(.hem any damage. Hla father, wishing \p pro- J
Dect?TS^vrd6irtiod"son, interposed ~hnT,peraon'!
and besought th? Harts to cease firing. The
only answer was a shot-a ball
. ORASHSD TBHOUOL. HIS BRAIN',
and he lay dead by the side of his disabled
son. Some iilteen or twenty additional shots
were fired at the prostrate bodies of the
Bianclls, several of them taking effect, when a
gentleman named Peter Mlchler advanced to
The front, and, throwing up bia arms, called
upon the parties In tbe store to desist irom
Buck in hu mun butchery. His life waa threat?
ened If he did not withdraw, bur. he held bis
ground, and the firing ceased. Barnard Hart,
who was the principal actor in the bloody
drama, then Issued from the bouse, and.
mounting a horse, waved his hat In triumph
rode leisurely away. Old man Stancll, who
ls described as a quiet, Inoffensive person and
an excellent citizen, waa killed instantly, and
his son William, who received several wounds,
lt ls thought cannot survive. Besides these,
two other parties received Blight accidental
wounds. No arrests, we understand, have
yet been made.
DESTRUCTIVE STORM IN ENGLAND.
LONDON, December 9,
A terrille westerly cale, causing great des?
truction to property ot all descriptions, pre?
vailed yesterday throughout England. The
telgraph wires were prostrated and many
buildings demolished, and others damaged in
this city. A large number of pedestrians were
dashed to the ground by the violence of the
hurricane. The street lamps and ad?
vertising boardB were blown dowo, and
many persons Injured by flying debris.
Dispatches Irom the seaport towns report nu?
merous marine disasters. Eight ships were
blown ashore In the harbor of Plymouth.
The flagship Narcissus parted from her moor?
ings In the harbor of Devonport, but the crew
succeeded In again anchoring her before any
serious damage was done. The gunnery ship
Cambridge and three small merchantmen,
lying in the same harbor, also parted Irom
their anchors and were blown ashore. The
crews were In great danger, but were rescued
from their perilous position.
LONDON, December 9.
The telegraph wires lu tbe north of Eng?
land, which were destroyed by the storm yes?
terday, are not yet in working order. Dis?
patches from all other sections of the country
bring Intelligence of great destruction of
property. The gale was as severe in Ireland
and Wales as lt was in England, and lt was
accompanied by lightning and rain. Many
towns were flooded.
, Several vessels are ashore in Cork harbor.
The damage to property in that city is very
ureat. Many buildings were unroofed and
trees blown down. The pinnacles of St.
Thomas Church, in Exeter, Devonshire, were
blown down while the congregation were at
worship, and, falling upon the roof, crusbed
through Into the body of the church, A panic
seized the congregation at the first intima?
tion ol'tue danger, and they rushed from the
building. None were killed, but their escape
was considered miraculous.
CONGRESS IN BRIEF.
WASUINQTON, December 9.
In the House of Representatives,, under I he
regular call, a resolutlun was Introduced to
amend the Constitution oi the United States
so as tn authorize Congress to fix a uniform
lime lor State elections; also a bill to com?
plete the James River and Kanawha Canal; a
bill to repeal the tax on spirits made entirely
from ir nit; a bill to construct a ship canal
near Su Pnllip'a, Louisiana, and ia bill! to re?
peal the law requiring tbe iron-clad oath.
The oivil rights bill was discussed, and Anally
buried by being referred tu the committee
on the revision ot laws. Resolutions were
also introduced to bridge the Arkansas River
at Yan Buren; lo extend the Southern claims
cotninlsBlon fer lour years; by General Young,
to remove all political disabilities, also for tbe
relief of certain members of the Catholic
Church at Dalton, Ga. The bill removing the
political disabilities of L. Q. C. Lamar, ol
Mississippi, was passed. Acker moved to
suspend the rules and pass tbe bills removing
all political disabilities. The motion failed to
receive a two-thirds vote, and was lost; yeas
102, nays 84.
In the Senate the conference report on the
bill to regulate the construction of bridges
over the Ohio River was concurred in, which
virtually passe? the bill. An Ineffectual effort
waa made to have Wednesday Bet apart for the
consideration ot the French spoliation claims.
THE COnU DUELLO.
A Meenntc, an Exchange or Shot?, and
an Amicable Adjustment.
[ S PK C11L TBLKG MM TO THE NEWS. ]
OriANGEouna, December 9.
Mach anxiety ls felt here on account of tbe
departure irom this place ol Mesara. J. 8.
Heyward and M. J. Browning, the iormer of
the Times and the latter of the Mews, to set?
tle under the code of honor a personal dif?
ficulty growing out of certain articles ap?
pearing in their respective papers. The
parties, with their Irlends, left on the Satur?
day night train for Augusta, and- t:he duel was
prevented temporarily by th? arrest at
Branchville of Mr. Browning. But lt ls feared
tbat the meeting will take place to-day some?
where In Georgia, as Mr. Brownlrg is reported
lo have gone on.
ACOUSTA, December 9.
Hey ward, editor of the Orange burg (S. C.)
Times, and Browning, editor of the News of
the same place, fought a duel here to-day.
Alter they had exchanged tvro harmless
shots, each saluted the other and left the
SPARKS FROM TBS WIRES.
-The Reynold's Woollen Mill, at Windsor,
Conn., was burned yesterday. Loss, Blxty
-Tne capital prize of the Louisville Libra?
ry Lottery was drawn by a club often pet sons
In Colenburg, Indiana.
-The Comstock .Company's furniture ware
rooms, In St, Louis, have been burned. Loss,
one hundred thousand dollars; insurance sixty
three thousand dollars.
-The customhouse retiring board at New
Orleans give Grant 14,624 majority, and Kel
logn 18,661. They eleot the entire State Re?
publican legislative ticket by a large msjorlty.
-The Louisiana political tangle continues
aa mixed and Incomprehensible as ever. Two
rival legislatures organized yesterday at New
-Tne reported connection or Schuyler Col?
fax with the New York Tribune, and ol Oakey
Hall with the Herald, Is authorliailvely con?
-Some changes have been made In the
French ministry which secures to the govern?
ment the support of the B'ght Centre and the
Left Centre, and Virtually terminale the crisis.
-The editor al and composing rooms of the
New York livening Express have been dam
axed by fire. Iosurance ten thousand dollars. ,
Toe Messrs. Brooks lose a valuable library.
-The Union Bank ol Brussels, Belgium,
suspended paym-nt yesterday. Privat? dis?
patches received la New York say tbat it lias
been granted an extension of four week's
time. It was thought that the failure was
caused by losses sustained lu the Russian
TBE WE AUBER TB IS DAT.
WASHINGTON, December 9.
lathe South Atlanilcaud Uti?t States to?
morrow northeasterly to northwesterly Winds,
clear cold weather and rising barometer will
BOTEL ARRIVALS, DECEMBER 9.
A. G. Tunstall, H. P. Moore, J. A. Robinson,
New York; J. P. Hawkins, W. P. Dix and
wife, Mrs. C. M. Harris, Colan tl a; J; A. Law,
H. L. Law, Darlington; L. B. RagBdale, Jas.
T. Bristow, Jessie Keith, Timmonsvllle; H.
H.Newton, Bennettsvllle; W. B.':McCleneg
han. D. E. Gilchrist, A. E. Gilchrist, N. V.
McMillan, Marlon; Major J. C. Dunbar and
lady, A. W. Hamer, A. H. McD?fnald, W. J.
Edens; T H. Davis, B. P. Moore, Dr.
William J. David and daagbter, Marlboro';
C. 0. Hahn, Ballimore; Lyman Blair, G. E.
Egan and wile, Chioago; George T. Wickers
and sister, Wateree; C. A. Fowler, Hartford;
R Fopp, Tennessee; E. A. L. nd say, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Graham, Augusta; W. M. Ramsay, J.
B. Miller. P. F. Dunbar, South Carolina; A. Y.
Corrie, Northeastern Railroad ; P. W. Farrell,
Blackville; J. G. Munday, J. 9. Begun, New
York; J. Curran, Hoboken; El. Nebemlae, Wm.
Elliott, Beaufort; C. E. Bell, Grahamville; J. S.
G. L. Dove, J. H. Wilson, Dove's Depot, A.
G. Rowe, 8. H. Bowe, C. 8. McCall, J. F. Mc
Bae, Bennett?ville; W. M. McNeil abd wife, A.
G. Tryer and wife, Forestville; T. H. Boss,
J. D. HUI, J. C. McLeod, A. P. Ray, G. H.
Powell, J. A. Peterkln and lady, Miss Mc?
cormack, Z. J. Drake and lady, J. R Town?
send and lady, W. T. Kinny and lady, H. J.
Bogers, Marlboro'; A. C. H. Kops, Florence;
G. H. Myers, J. T. Bragdon, IL P. Davis, A. A.
Myers, Marlon; B. Williams, Dr. L. R Ful
more, R. D. Rollins, Williamsburg; Miss
Gandy, F. A. Gandy, Darlington; Mrs. 8.
A. Coleman, Kingston; Dr. E. H. Dowling, H.
G. Brabhand, Lewis Brabband, Bamberg;
H. L. McMillan, W. E. 8ease, C. C. McMillan,
Bamberg; L. L. Rice,. Graham's; D. M. Elkins,
Reevesvllle; A. M. Kennedy, Camden; J.
Snelling, Barnvlllo; N. Porter and lady, G.
Porter, Beochvilie; V. 8mlt.h, Rldgevllle; Dr.
J. C. McKeron, Dr. W. M. Shnller, J. M. Wet
sill, W. P. Wilcox, J. 8. McLeer, South Caroli?
na; H. E. Phillips and wife, Wllllston, J. Fer?
guson, Mount Pleasant; W. B. McClellan, Mc?
Clellan vi He; S. P. Burbagp, Colle ton; A. L.
GUI, Varnesville; Dr. W. P. Warren, B. N.
Miller, B. H. Walker, Appleton; C. O'Bl ley,
Allendale; J. W. Jenkins, L. F. Hughes.
Owen's Croea Roads; A. M. Bulb, W. J. Peo?
ples, L. A. Futen, Varnesville.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a meeting of the Hibernian Society, held
on Tuesday evening, the 3J Instant, the following
preamble and resolutions were unanimosiy
- We i s- embie on this, the last meeting of the
clos.ng year, saddened by the reflection that so
many who were with us at the flrst gathering of
the society In 1872 are now gone from us forever.
Death has been amongst os and has taken an un?
usual number from our membership, as o jr min?
utes too will bear evidence of In fitting language
of sympathy and respect, and to night we have
still another nane to add to the lengthened roll.
The subject of this brief tribute of respect, the
late James Armstrong, Sr., was a native or the
Goan ty or Derry, Ireland. In his early youth he
sought a home in this cour.try; thirty years ago
a business opportunity broaght him ti Charles
ton, where hi pissed the remainder of his days.
Of kindly and gener?os disposition, he held tbe:
confidence and respect of all who knsw him. For
a quarter of a centnry his name appears on the
roll of the society, fulfilling all hlsdatles in lt, and
contrlbnUng always his Humble aid to Its ad?
vancement. In a residence here or thirty years,
some of it in periods of tr jobie and difficulty, our
deceased friend held the nven tenor or his way
forming ne* friendship', retaining ihe old, until
a ratal malady laid him on a bel of suffering.
Through weeks of pain he lingered, sustained by
an unfaltering trust UPB tne end came, when,
with the ca'mness or Christian resignation, he
The scene at his grave was confirmatory of the
regard in which he was held while living, for
there were gathered there among many friends
some who were among those who greeted him
with kind words on his first landlog In this his
adopted home. Be it, therefore,
S?so?v?k, That the Hibernian Society deplore the
death of their esteemed associate, James Arm?
Resolved, That .the sincere condolence ol
the society be tendered to his bereaved family la
this, their time of severe lifflietion.
ResoXvea, That a page in the Minute Book of the
society be appropriately Inscribed to his memory,
and that thu tribute be published In the u ornlng
Papers. D. B. QILLILAND,
Secretary pro tem.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a meeting of Pythagorean Lodge, No.
21, A. V. M., held on Thursday evening, December I
6, 1872, the following preamble and reaaolu'tlona I
vere unanimous!? adopted:
Ooce again bas the grim monster Death Invaded
onr fraternal precincts; once again baa his relent
lew hand stricken down one bound to na by the j
atroDgeat ties. An honored brother, and a val ned
member who had occupied ti.e mon responsible!
praiMonin our mUht, has been removed from"
active duties of a craftsman bere.below, and sum
maned before the Great Architect of the universe
to reap bis Anal reward.
PaSj.maater George P. wood, ar er a lingering j
finesa, borne with a moat patient resignation, baa
closed his earthly career. Aa one or the oldest
members of our lodge, and aa a man of moral
worth and integrity, he was a living example of
the noble influenc?e ot onr ancient order,, ?cd
won for himself the esteem and confide nee of the
brethren. Courteous In his demeanor, affable In
dl-poaltlOD, wllk a warm heart and willing
hand, he was everready to give a practical illus?
tration of those Ugh virtues which are the chief
characteristic and crowning glory of Masonry.
As a tribute to ntl memory, and as a token of oar j
high estimation of his many virtues, therefore,
Resolved, That li the death ot Pas tm aster
George P. Wood, Pythagorean Lo?ge has lost a
valued member, whose long and close connection
wlthoor organization, whose influence aa a Ma?
son, and whose personal worth HS aman wm em?
balm ht? memory tn.the history of the lodge.
Resolved, That as a test montai or oar respect a
paae in our Un?ate Book be dedicated to his
m mory, and a copy of thia preamble and resolu?
tions be transmitted io 'he family of the de?
ceased with ?sonranees of oar deepest svmpstby.
Resolved, That these proceedings be published
In the dally morning papers or the city.
E STSWAHT, secretary.
Receipts por Au Uro ad, December 9.
BOOTE: CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1448 hates cotton. 120 bbls rosin. 86 cars wood
amt lamber, 1 car a wet To Railroad /gent. Pa- I
ellie Guano Company, J F .sires, .Miler A Hern?n- '
dex, B kl Backer, Pringle A Son. R A Pringle,
Oaldwell A Son, F r Downey. W 0 Courtney A co.
W S wunama * -?on, OH Walter A co. Crawley A
Ut lion. Pelz-r, Roda-ers A ca Mardangh A Week?
ley, T P smith. W W Smith, Kinsman A Bowell,
(teeder 'A Davis, w c Bee A co, Witte Bros, A S
Smith, Barden A Parker. Mowry A bon. B II Frost
F i - c Bracke, Campsea t co, j N Robson, W if
Bird A co, Tupper A Soo, G W W.Piaras ,t co,
Trenhnlm A Sun, H Watte A CO, J 0 H Clanssen,
H Bischoff A co. Lesean e A Wella, Sloan A Seig
nious. Cameron, Farkley A co, A J Salina?, A B
Mulligan, W B Smith A co, W H Jones A co, E S
Miles. J u Mallonee.
NOKT 13jAflTRRN BATJLBOAD.
487 bales upland and 22 baga sea Island cotton,
85 bbls spirits Turpentine, 428 bbls rosin, cars
lumber. tobacco, nalia, mdse, Ac To Frost A co,
Mowry A Mon. W K Ryan, A J Salina?, G H Walter j
A co. Caldwell A Son. T P Sm!' h. A M -ml tn. W O |
courtney A cn. Barden A Parker. Quackenbaan,
Estiii A co, Wbllden A" Jones, Treuholm A SOD,
Peizsr, Rodgers A co, j D Kirkpatrick, Ravenel A
bo, Reeder A Davis. Kinsman A Howell. W U
Dukea A co, Wu te Broa, W o Bee A co. F Wen
mann. Fenwick A Talbot. W Gurney, Pj Ingle A
Soo, T G Snowden, S D Stooey. B Welling. G w
williams A co, Railroad Agent, Order, and others.
SAVANNAH AND CHABLISTON RAILROAD.
6 bales ata ls'and and S3 bales upland cotton,
66 bu ?nels rough rice, cara lumoer, mdse, Ac. To
W A ?oyle, Barden A Parker, Wheeler A Wilson
Manufacturing Company. Western Onion Tele
g<aph Company, G H io graham A Son, J Cos?
grove, Peizer, Hodgcrs A co. Counts A Wrotoa,
Mowry A Sou, Mardaugh A Weekley, Kinsman A
Howell, h A A Gaillard, Reeder A Davis, W P
Dowling. Crawley A Dehon, Uiaey A Stokea, S
Cunningham. B Moultrie, S Small. l> Maybank,
Mrs M M w. bb. p Brown, s B GIHllend, Major
Wlirstns. J Waiker. Titus Wilson, S Mitchell, F A
Waiker, IO Qulnby, Mrs Perrr. W O Courtney *
co. Fraser A Did, 8~MW leton. Dr P F Palmor,
Quackenbaab, Es till A co, Brassen, aa 1 others..
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka. via Jack,
Bonville, Fernandina ana savannah- V O Allen.
Lieutenant: Bryant. H A dark and wife, G F
Rodgers, Mrs Keogh, and 8 on dock.
CHARLESTON, 8.0.. vDECEMBER 10, 1872.
Lat sa deg A?, mm 83 seo. | Lou 70 deg 67 min 27 seo.
Spanish l ir lc Providencia, Juan, Barcelona-67
days. Fr ulta, wines aaa spanish J?uka. To W P
11*11. r , .
Behr Old Chad. Mcclintock, Bnracaa-fl days.
Fruit. To Pani, Welch A co.
sehr S Y W Simmons, Williams, Philadelphia
Adata. Coat To i P Belgnlous. Teasel to BF
Swegan <. . .. ,
Behr M B Maugham, Beveridge, Baracoa-fl
days. Fruit. To C-Bart A co.
Steamer city Point, Fitzgerald, PaDtka, via
Jacksouvilte, Fernandina and savannah. 63
bales cotton, es bbl? oranges, 4 norse, 2 wagons, 1
bbls syrup. To Ravenel A co, Witte Bros. G W
Williams A co, W-B Willlama A boo, G H Ingra
ham A twn, J Salvo, Paul, Welch A co, Pinckney
Bros. W Bl Lawtou A oo, Wardlaw & Carew, Mr
Arnold. Ml Hockuday, singer Sewing Machine
scar ??tlwan, Prince, from Combahee. 6600
busheia rou* brice. ToW.OBfOAco.
Behr .?allie sisseil, Magrath, Combahee. 2700
bushels rough rice. To W O Bee A co.
Behr Ann S Deas, Cambarte, fron West Point
Min. 88 tierces lice. To J R Pringle A Bon. and
W O Bte A co
Sloop Isabella, Costa, from Combahee. 1800
bushels l ough rice. To W O Bee A co. :
Boat from John's Island. 6 baga sea island
cotton. To R Roper.
Boat from Edi BIO. 4 bags aea island cotton.
To J Colcock A co. \*S>
Boat from Church Flats. 2 bagB seatslana?otton
To J Colcock A co.
Boat from John's island. 2 baga sea Island cot?
ton. To John Colcock A co.
Boat from Edlato. 19 baga aea Island cotton.
To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from John's island, io bags sea island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Wadmalaw. 6 baga aea island cotton,
To St ney A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Church, 6 bags Bea Island
coron To Stooey A Lowndes.
Received irom CblBOlra's Mill-63 tierces rice. 1
To Gaillard A Minott and E N Thurston.
CLIS AK ED YESTERDAY.
Sehr Myrover, Brown, New York-Roach A
I Hscnr Eclipse. Rouudtree, savanoah, Ga-Roach
I A Monett. raoM THI8 TOKt
Steamship Maryland, Johoson, at Baltimore.
Dscbr ?*F Jackson, Tomllo, jacksonville, Decent
"seer Francis Sattsrly, Stetson,at Boston, De?
OP FOB THIS PORT.
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, at Baltimore, Decem
*jw?g Wm H Parks, Dix, at Baltimore, Decem
bschr B N Hawkins Wyatt, at Kew York, De
Ceschrcarria S Webb, Homan, at Sew York, De?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT,
sehr George Burtou, sclover, at Philadelphia,
Dstcamah!p Manhattan, Woodhull, at New fork,
December 7. ..... ^. -
Steam hip Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia, De?
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^THEMEMBEBS OF THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING CLUB are requested to call
on Mesara. MENKE A MULLER and leave orders
for their Uniforms.
By order of the President. _
J.O W. BISCHOFF,
""^sy-THE CONSUMPTIVES OB SUF?
FERER from any pulmonary disease will And
TTJTT'S EXPECTORANT the moat gaulai restora?
tive ever offered an invalid. decMDAW
_,_ Inuerai-Rente*. '
?ST- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AN*>
Acquaintances of Ber. F KANE BROWN ?ad Wtf?
a re respect fully Invited to attend the Funeral of
the latter irom tue Laurel street Ohareh, To .aroa
BOW (Wednesday) Mox?mo, at io o'cioct. .
' ? gperial gotirefl'.
- ?SFDR. M. S. HlNOKEL HAS SE
TU8JJED to the city. Booms Ko. MS Slog
street . deeltwi*. -
"NOTICE.-NEITHER TUB CA P
TAIN or Consignee of the British bart MAGNAT.
will be responsible for any debts contracted by
the crew. GIBBES A BARNWELL,
d ec io Consignees. ,
' NOTICE.-THE Bril TISH BARK
FILLS DB L'AIR Jones, Mas te r, rro m Liverpool,
ls Trna DAT, 9th instant, entered under the Three
(3) Day Act, and will commence discharging un?
der General Order, at Accommodation 'Thaif, on
FEIOAY, the 13th Instant.
All-persons are hereby cautioned against har?
boring or trusting any of the crew o 'the above
vessel, as no debts of their contracting will bo
pald by the Master or
declO-S HENRY CARD, Agent.'
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FALCON, from Baltimore, ?re hereby nooned
that she la Tam DAT discharging- cargo tt Pier
So. i, ?c ion Wharves. All Goods not taten Mar?
at sunset will remain cn wharf at Consignees'
Hat ,7 KO . KO ?DECAI A CO.,
p*- CONSIGNEES PEE STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN from New York, ure notified thu
ihe will discharge cargo THIS DAT, at Adget'.
Sooth Wharf.. Gooda uncalled rora* Basset win
remain Ci tbs wharf at ownenr risk. ?.. v
declO-1 JAMBS ADQBR k W.. Agenta,, .
fi** PALMETTO G QA BJ) El FLU OLDE,
The Members are- requested to call at leesa/*.
BROWN A JOHNSONS Hat Store, King street,
jpposlte Hasel, and have their measures taten ?Rpg,
the N<-w Hats, where a sample can b a t een.. , ?j
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NORTHEASTERN. RAILROAD CO M P ABT,
JU Ah L?*TON, S. O , DECEMBER B. 1?2.-PTOUX
tad after thia dare Naval'St Yes wlU be aupwed ;
io remain in this oom pan j's jard, free of storege,
tor a period of twelve days-from the date of l s
irrlval. lt not then removed a .charge of, two ,
?nu par barrel per week wlR be made. ?.
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the country contain contrtbonooa from re. lao e
authors who have made wogarl*!?urea, eftir V
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the Lehigh Ooanty Med cal Society, MBflWiW
In tbe Transactions of tbe Medical Society..of.. -
Pennsylvania, Jone, WW: . ^^^i^japa
..Internally, I give qnlnine and.Iron Jt00*
noor shlng diet* Still El found great ^bV?l .
keeping up healthy granulations; they w^dbe
come slaggUb. I tried a ?HSSfiLm?^c
elnded to ?Ive tuts remedy a i$Ar trial. 1 dUcan
tlnaed ah other constj?tlonai treat men ^and
rave three pDH three titees a day. manufactured
by w. RTwarner A Cp,,of PhuadelphlSj^i?JfV.-,
had the satlsractlon pf seeing a wpldlmpr?ve
ment. The pain at once left ber limb, witaWW .
she had s offered continually; ,ihe gi-anliUoa*
became more healthy and more abundant, and I
now have the satisfaction of sector my patt?at
en cai; tne tn all her household duties. Not a ves?
tige of the disease la to be seen. The ps tient u ,
enjoying perrectl?ealth. ls sollte and lively, 'jr
.'Since, I haver treared two other cases, one of
three and one of ?ouryeani' standing, wita tba
same good result 1 feel convincedloltne efficacy
or the remedy;" ?? P. L. RBIOHARD,
f,, Chairman ^ltaryom^ijea.u
For sale by Du- ?. Mst,_. .
TTITABNER'S PIL. PHOSPHORUS .
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Each containing . . .. . ..
Ext, NUX V?mica.:..One-fcmrth Qrain.
Phosphorus la an lraportant constituent of tko
animal economy, particularly or the Malo aaa
nervous system, and ta regarded as a ?alnada
remedy for diseases common to ?em -?s in cases
or Lapse of Memory, Sorte?lo* of tao Brain, um
ABNER'S NEW REMEDIES.
BEEF, WINE AND IRON.
Beer, Wine, Iron and Cinchona,
Elixir of Bark, Iron and strichnla. . j
Elixir Pipsln, Bismuth and StrichBia. ,., v
BUxlr Valerianate or AmmonlSi
EiUlr Valenanate of stricanla.
Bitter wme of Iron. -,.;r..-.?^riS?
Eltxlr Tarax acorn Comp., (a new and VsJaaWe
combination of the medicinal properties ot. tb?
Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian, With aro
mKil3r Bromide or Potassium. .? .
ccmp. syrup of the J^cto-Phcarpbate*. ?m??:
AU the aoeve constantly kept on hand, san xor
sale, whoiessli and retail, by - "
> v Dt. IL BARB-^^ ,
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