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] SATUI J? A yT j A f \! A H Y 0, 1877.
The Printer s Dais.
This is supposed lo l>c the lime of
year when people- have money, and
inci -'d some of fhivn?iioi a few either
'I i luve ii, li>r w<> have opeii evi
dences of the fact. They are bring
ing1 their cotton aiid cuhcr produce
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ing remarks of an exchange, and ask
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gnlhcrcd and patiently hoarded, or
the wherewith to discharge the liabi
lities will never becomesufficiently
bulky. We imagine the printer will
have to get up an address to his wide
ly scattered dollars something like
the following :
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lect yourselves, for valuable as you
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ing about your clothes? If you have,
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Mr. Jus. Van Ta.-sel has been np
pointcd County Auditor by CSoveriibr
Hampton. Thus hns honesty and
nprighttioss in oilioe hern rewarded
? \ l lie people's t; .verh?r.
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(inventor Ha hi pi oil's Addryss to
the people of South Carolina.
Coi.i.'Miii i, ?-. ( .. January 1, 1877.
?-In accoid.inc? with aiid under the
u?lli?rSty gi\h!ti by the annexed roso
liiiiotis of ibo House id' Ucpros' ntn
t'tws, 1 hereby call upon all the faith
ful'i law-abiding and |?>yii 1 citizens of
Hbtilh Carolina y.ho desire t'i main
tain the government of '.heir eh doe;
to Iconic forward promptly, and to
ptiy]teh'per cent; of the amount of
the luxes paid by tlictii lust year.
Due notice will lie given to the citi
zens of each county of the appoint
ment of some proper agents for the
collection of the contribution here
called for. The resolutions of the
House of Representatives authorize a
call for twenty-live, per cent, of last
year's taxes, but all immediate ivanls
of the legitimate government of the
State caii be .supplied, if tlia paoplu
will respond generally to th.'. call
here made for ten per cent. The in
mates of the charitable and penal in
stitutions of the S:nte are now suffer
ing for want of proper supplies, and
it is to meet their needs which ap
peal lo us so strongly that fun Is arc
lion for the pcot lo of - outh
^uiu'ili ucv? so OCtOt'jui ?? ??' >'.
they will support the government
j they Ii vi> iu?lalled or the n (.tempted
! usuiputi in which is only uphul I by
the bayonets .ol'".tho Federal tioops,
1 ani but tho representative of the
people of the State, and to their do
cision I shall bow with profound re
spect. As long as they choose to
support nie as the duly elected Gover
nor; I shall maintain that position,
and supported by them I feel safe
in assuring ihein that their rights
will soon be firmly established and
fuliy recognized. Our cause is just,
and we have left its vindication to
the highest legal tribunal of the
State and of tho United Stales. I
adjure bur people, therefore to be
steadfast, law-abiding and peaceful,
and I pray that the new year will
bring to them the blessings of pence
and of prosperity.
Governor . . oulh Carolina.
Whereas the organization of the
Slate Government is nbstreeled and
hindered by the refusal of a majority
of the members elected to the Senate
to recognize the lion, W. D. Simp
son, Lieu tenant-Governor of Smith
Carolina, as their President, and
this the 1 louse of Representatives ?
recognize I by the Supremo Court as
the constitutional body?as tho co
ordinate branch of tho General As
sembly, aiid thereby tho passage of
the. ordinary and neecs.-ary legisla
tive enactments is rendered for the.
present impracticable; and whereas
it is essential to the peace and digni
ty of the State, an I the welfare of
the people that the machinery of the
LjOVcrnment .should hot he .suspended
by such extraordinary, unprecedent
ed and revolutionary conduct of a
small portion of one branch of the
government: and \vhorcn3 it is ne
cessary that ways and moans should
be devised ah 1 provided for the sup
port, and maintenance of the execu
tive legislative and judicial depart
ments of the government, together
with such subsidiary or s ubordiiiato
oHiccs, as are or may bo incident to
or inseparably connected with the
discharge of, the ordinary or necessa
ry functions of them, or cithei of
them, and more especially for the
sustenance of tho charitable, penal
and educational institutions of iho
Slate of South Carolina, and of the
respective counties therein. There
fore, be it _.
" TlV.oA r,,', by the House of Ivepre
scutatives of the State of South Caro- j
lina, now met :
1st. That his Kxceileney Wilde
[lampion, Governor' of this Stale, ha
and lib is hereby an.ho i/.-d and 10 |
quire I forthwith to ;- u ? bis proela. l
inatioii calling upon a I fa itaful, law- j
abiding and loyal 1 iii/.ens - to come
(til ward and without delay, and at
stich dale and within such time as
the Governor may seem proper, pay
to such person or person- as the Gov
ernor shall designate and appoint in
each county, the sum of twenty live
percent, or one-fourth of the State
and county lax exclusive of anv
special or extra tax, in tho respec
tive counties paid by all stich per
sons in und for the last fiscal year.
2d. That for t he sum or sums of
money that may be paid by each per
son under the provisions hereof, pro
per receipt? or vouchers -hall bo made,
executed and delivered by the person
or persons duly authorized to receive
the same, which receipts or voucher
shall ho received as payments of thai
j iiiueii film regular ia:< when col Ice
j led or lo be collected under the pro
per tax act
I That the Governor delegate iho
duly of collection to liie resp ctiy<!
County 'rrea.surers, or to such b her
person or persons as ho may doom it
wise or advisable to appoint; and that
for such services said person or per
sona shall receive lite su 11 ol live
hundred doll trs, except in t!ie County
of Charleston, where I he compensa
lion -hall ho eight hundred dollars;
provided that if only ten thousand
dollars or a smaller sum shall he col
led el or received such eompo shlion
shall not exceed live per cent, com
nii.-.-ion (.n I he amount thereof.
?1th. That it shall he and is made
the duly of (lie Governor, and he is
hereby required, (0 exact from each
and every ope of the persons to lie
designated or appointed to collect
and receive said sums of money, a
bond according lo the form and with
1 he conditions and under the penalties
I now prescribed by law. and required
to be given by the several County
J Treasurers in the said State, lo bo ap
proved by tho Gover 111 r.
nth That a discount or reduction
.. horized of
1 live per cent, oil all sums paid in on
or by the l?tb day of .Innunry next
ensuing; of four pel cent, on u:l sums
paid in on or by the 1st clay of Febru
ary next ensuing; of three per cent,
"ii nil sums paid in on or by the l?lh
day of February next ensuing; of two
per cent, on all sums paid in on or by
I the 1st day of March net ensuing,
and of one per ecu), on all sums paid
in on or by the 1st day of June next
ensuing, unless the ordinary annual
appropriation and supply, bills shall
in the mean time be regularly passed
Glh. That all sums of money col lee
teil or received under the provisions
hereof be forthwith paid to the Ciover
nor, or lo such person or person-; as
he may designate or appoint.
7th. That the Governor, in his
discretion, shall apportion all such
sum or sums of money as shall or may
he received under the provisions here
of to ?.he support and maintenance of
the executive, legislative and judicial
departments' of the government, and
to such subordinate odices as are or
ill y be. incidental to them/or to either
of them, and to the sustenance of the
charitable, penal and educational
institti ions of the State tun) several
8th That i:i order to a correct
tin del standing of our objects anil pur
poses, and we hereby do, reiterr.ate in
good faith our pledge to rede in at the
earliest practicable moment the credit
of the State, by the payment of the
matured interest on the valid, legal
ami recognized bonded indebtedness
of the State as now provided for by
law; but it is submitted that until the
scve tal departments of the govern
ment sh:tl| have resumed the dis
charge of their respective ordinary
constitutional functions, it ni l he in
vain to a l leih pi the acco m p I ish tiic it t
of such a laudable purpose.
Olli. That we hereby earnestly re
que.-l that in order lo the accomplish- J
meut of tic purpose hereiiiabove set
forth, all persons shall tender in pay
ment of the s uns required only gold
and silver coin, United States cur
rency, and National bank notes, save
as modified by a resolution eleven
The Cabinet Decider on ajI!Haiids
0:7" Policy. \
\Y;asuin<;tox, Tuesday, i^uary 2,
MidnigU-t:?A? vlinrrrrn^T Tmfuiry tTv'~
the agent the Associated 1 Voss to
night confirm-- the statement that the ,
ncii it id' tl.e ( abinet In day was
negative and cuiisoivative, \u no
liijn wil; I o taken regarding fio.itli
I arYJina, Florida or Lidnsiaha; linh -
sonic overt act of disorder makes
Kcdeial intcrferctioe imperativ ?. The
recognition of Hampton or Chamber
berlain in South Carolina; Nichols or
Packiird in Louisiana, Siearns or
Drew in Florida w ill be avoided if
possible. The taxpayers have the
isvitc in their own hands. This is
The Cabinet iiieiiting was' the first
that has been In It.r two weeks.
Its action throughout was mainly of
a negative eharue'er. The telegraphic
I application of the Republican portion
of the Louisiana .Legislature was
brought up. hut il was the decided
(ipinion of the Cabinet that the.
j troops already in Louisiana are suf
ficient t<> cope with any difficulties
that may arise which would ptybably
demand military i clef- fere nee". The;
si Ilia'ion in Souih Carolina and
Florida was discussed, bat no action
in the case of either was deemed ne
cessary. Sceretuiy I'idi prssmicd
some appeals from the Kio Lirande,
i bi t it v as ngruil that the existing
i brdori covered the eases. Thy State,
? War a nil Navy Depart tit en is arc ex
pitted and instructed to act promptly
should new exigencies arise.
- ???W? ? - . E ~y. ?: ? r u ? ?
Our Electoral Volo.
Wamisncion, January 2.?Judge
Spoflbnl, of Louisiana and I'id. Har
rington, of Sjiutli Carolina, to day
delivered to Mr. Fern,;president pro
leni. of the Sumte, the return.-of the
election id'the Deniocralic IVesiileiit
ial Kleetors in their respective Stales
The packages wcijo delivered in the
presence ol Senators liayard, of Dela
ware, and (ioidon, of Ceorgia, and ol
Representative. Willis V.o receipts
for the packages were given in either
case, and they will be op -no I with the
others at the joini,.sessioh of the two
1 loiiscs id Congress, when the l're-d
dcntiti i vote is counted
An Extensive Snow Sform.
Nnw V?iik; Ja it miry 2.-?This city
was visited last night by a regular old
fashioned snow a (or in, and this morn
the city j r. m ills, a specUielu u?lfrit
ness.ed before fur a inin>bcrjjtef w,^to.
The gl reels are blocked ^f?lf?lc
piles of snow, and trnflio is Almost
? 1 ?
suspended. But few wheeled vchildes
arc seen on the streets, cxccntvwno
horse cars, and on all tho uvgfiTes
long lines of these cars aresj&jeen
blocked and unable to make head
Locomotion on foot is almost imp
The ?tonn set in about four o'clock
yesicrday afternoon, and continued
until late into the night; (he snow
drifted badly, and is piled tip in
places to a depth of lour (Vet. It
lell to ;i depth of eighteen inches on a
level, and this, with 'heaccumulation
ol previous storms, Irs given New
York a decidedly Artie appearance.
The weather, however, is only mode
rately cold, and tho wind has mode
Washington, January 2.?The
Po'oinao fiver is blockaded, and all
railroad trains delayed. The tele
graph wires are slow. There is over
a foot of sn ?w throughout this re
Kicn.MoNn, Va., January 2.?
Snow fell nil yesterday nui.il midnight,
reaching a depth of ten inches.
Trains due here last night and this
morning were all delayed several
hours. The weather, to-day, is clear
and phasant. Advices from the
wi.-tein portions of Virginia state
that the Miov, is nineteen to twenty
inches deep. Fourteen freight trains
tire snow bound between J.vnehhurg
and Bristol, Tonil., on the Atlantic.
Mississippi and Ohio Iliii road. The
idie.-apeake and Ohio Hail road is
New 1 Iavi:n, Coxx., January 2.
The snow storm here last night was
very severe. About cigh'een inches
of .-now fell there. The roof of the
Xcw Haven Moiling Mills, situated in
Fail Haven, fell in on account of the
snow on it.
Florida in Port.
Tai.i..-. UAH*1 r, January .*>.? l ie
returning board made a return to the
court dbelariog the vote for < S.bv i'rnor
The court accepted this i- a .- ihslaii
tial answer to tlio writ, and ili.-chaig
cd the j?? i;with proper eo.sls. Wh i;
action will be taken t'egitnliiig ;!> ?
Fhetorul vo'e. Iia.i not bo/?i dule'r
G.iyerhor Draw waji iihohgnra'?d
at tif>i?i|,Chief Justice 1 land a I a I
|u iti Uteri tiig the bath. '! !? ? i.a.r.;
ral address guataut e- lull c mcessioii
and proti ction, i.i tit ? eiijoyiii 'at ?)?
all rights ail i privileges u der t'.i ?
Constitution and law's of lit- Uli'Ucd
Slates, to (He freed tin n. A a it; ihy
colored people witnessed and to?k
part in the inauguration,an I bit few
licjuihlicaus absented th imsblve*;
Nearly if hot all ofCdK crnbr Stcdrji'ss
Cabinet nflicc'rs were present.. Coy
eriior Stearns himself did not attend.
The oath was administered to the
Lieutenant Governor als ? by tin
The Legislature is organized in
both branches, and both tiro Demo
Wheo'.or is Willing to Serve Un
Nkw Ybnk, January ?The Her
ald prints the report of an interview
with the Hon. Win. A. Wheeler, who
has been .-topping in this city for a
j few < ays. In reply to the reporter's
remark, "You have undoubtedly read
the statements that you are hostile to
! a chin'promise with Tilden, by which
lie i> tobe elected I'resident by the
House, and )ou Vico-President by
tho .Senate." Mr. Wheeler iespohded :
"Such reports arc necessarily absurd.
How can there he any compromise ?
1 do not believe that, (lie suffrages of
the American people o tu be made the
subject of dicker or barter. What
right have any nun to forestall the
constitutionr I settlement of the ques
tion by bargain, arrangement or
compromise? Call it what yon will.
As id my submitlini: to servo under
Governor Tihlen's Pjcsideuoy, if he
is law ully elected, what could 1 do
hut submit cheerfully and respectfully
I m:iy have my individual preferences,
hut if Governor Tilden is lawfully
summoned by the House to the
Presidency by a failure of a count,
and if the Senate elects me Vice
President, 1 would of course yield to
him that ready and hearty allegiance
with which every American citizen
should sudmit to the lawfully chosen
President, he he whom he may." Air.
Wheeler, however, said "1 do not
conceal my conviction that I
' have been elected by the poo
pie. it is my linn conviction tlniL
I have been elected by the people.
It is my firm conviction that Congress
can never he constituted a National
canvassing or returning board. The
Congress cannot go behind returns
beyond the there question el" the
regularity of the Certificates. Under
stand me [clearly^ for it is a point on
which J would -not like to bo niisiih
dcrstood: the Congress cannot in vesti
gate whether Louisiana has gone for
Tilden or IT:iyos; the action of the
rein ruing board, on this point, has
been filial and conclusive."
Cni.uMiiiA, January 4.?(bites the
Logos Ulli ted Slates iMaivhal, who
arrested a witness before liic Senato
rial Com in it Ice, was himself arrested
yesterday, lie was released on five
hundred dollars bond.
The Supreme Court met this in /ru
ing, but adjourned without action.
The Joint ( oih mit tec from the State
Senate lo arrange a comptomisc met
to-day, all members being present,
but neither side being willing to make
concessions the committee adjourned
sine die, without doing anything.
A hi y was fined ten dollais this
morning for throwing snow balls at
Chamberlain in the.street and calling
him by an opprobrious epithet.
The Union Herald this evening'
speaks of Governor Wade Lampion.
The city is still full of sleet and
snow. All the mails arc delayed and
everything is dull tied at a stand still.
Whiitctnoic was before the United.
Matts Senate Committee to-day.?
.Jojtriiiil of Commerce.
Death iif ?iiiiiiiinilor? Yatuict ldlt
Nt:\v Y?KK, .January -I.?Commo
dore Vunderbill died J) minutes to 11
this morning, after struggling against
his b ug and lingering disease for half
Vile Slanders Repelled.
Govkunok Hampton's Rf.coui)
Without a Stain.
In \[> issue ol Wednesday, the New
York Tim .- published a letter from a
( orrespbmh ir in Sdtnh < 'ardlinU; sub
stantial I v, and ai gretii lengt h, <-.i-,- r.
ing (-ineral Wade 1 lampion with
dishonesty in settling with hi-?-iv ii !
tors a for thj war. f.ii; Gjoigril
Hain ?: m, Ii!;- very mt'ny i 'i-Vrn !
i?!:?:.: !-. \\; s forced into bankrupt-y
iiv '. 1 ??' t- lo-s of all his .slave-, til i I
;? I'riulo depreciation (if property and i
th>- dauuig incident to war; i- on
doUbtcd! V t rue?iiiiurwtso I lie hialc
mcaits ;n the iiitns letter nr.- itiere.
tissue of fal.-elioods. General 1 Itinip
ton's largest creditor, who appear- as
such in the sehe bile of his liabilities
I as printed in the Time.*, happens in be
I now in this citv, and yesterday tie
liouut ed the letter as atrociously false
and libelous. 'General I lampion's
settlement with us, sail lib, "was!
strictly ami in every respect honor
able. The Times' ^statement that'lhe
I creditors have never received a cent.'
in satisfaction of their claims is ho
less tin'rue than the whole tenor of
the latter, lie gave up every dollar
of his property to his creditors, ami I
received a considerable proportion of
my e'aitu. It does not need," he sul
lied, ??that General Hampton's credit
ors should oppose their denials to
these ^libelous assertions in the Times,
lor no man who knows his singularly
scrupulous und high-minded sense of
honor bat won d pronounce any sisse'r j
lion to the contrary as false; but, in
the face of such a publication as this,
1 cannot refrain from protesting
against it as utterly bsue and un
founded. Had General Hampton
occasion now to call upon tue forassis
taticcj most certainly I should not
hesitate to gi ye I."
In contradiction of the entire sub
stance of the Times' charges, it may
bo well to state?a fact well known to
all his I fiend ? that, having stir
rendered tili Iiis once large fortune to
iiis creditors, he lived for sometime
jalter the war in circumstances of ac
iiial poverty, being forced to sell even
the furniture from his rooms and the
carpels from his floors to support his
family. In this he shaved the com
mini lot of very many neighbors anil
of planters generally througi out t'>e
South who were utterly impoverished
by the war,
In the Times' publication, General
Hampton's schedule of liabilities foot
up over 81,000,000, while bis assets,
as returned, lall very greatly short of
that nmount. This discrepancy is
easily 'explained. The larger part of
his debts was for money borrowed
upon cotton and for the working of
his plantation. During tho war,ho
had over .^OOO bales of cotton destroy
ed by fire, which at a low estimate
were certainly worth over $1,000,000.
In slave J property, General Ilajiipton
before the war wa> worth fully 8500,
000, while hits landed estate was very
valuable. It was upon this property
which the war reduced to a.compar
alivoly insignificant value, that the
moneys were loaned. His case is tho
same as though a "'New York mer
chant had borrowed a largo amount
of money upon property which was
considered by both borrower and
lender as worth far more than the
amount of the loans, and as if that
property had af crwnrd been destroy
ed by causes of which neither borrower
n >r lender had any thought, and for
which neither had considered a pro
The chsirga in the that Gen
eral Hampton, in making a settle
ment with his creditors, so arranged
it that a debt to his wile had prece
dence of all claims, is pronounced by
a gentleman in this city, who is
thoroughly conversant with General
Ilamjiton's affairs, as both false and
malignant. Mrs. Hampton's proper
ty, which she had Inherit, d in her
own right, had been turned over to
her husband, and was swallowc 1 up
in his own losses by the war, That
she did not have precedence over
nlhc1' creditor.) is su'Iiountly proved
by the circumstance'4, already allu
ded to, in which her husband herself
and their children were forced to livo
after the war.
< bio other statement?that Gener
al Hampton is cot a citizen of South
Carolina, l ut of Mississippi?is also
denounced as utterly false. General
Hampton li;is never been a cit:z?n of
Mississippi; an I has never ceased lo
I?.: a citizen d! S< Ulh Caroli a, ? .Yew
Vurk l m;'.t.
-i.mxil stiw ? - ? ?I'-.J? ??:? - '
The following letter was handed
us by Mr. Alex. Tharih for publica
tion: It having been sent to one of
his employees :
Orangeburgli S. C.
Jan 2 1877
Mnrfe I'nrker while yoii are livo
ing im lids earth god is your friend
gb to prayiifg it want he long liufk
froin the lonihe the doneful sotfijd
hush Sitsiiii dcint er? hope you wsfnf.
louse votir friend vfiTl better ll'?t
put V'ttr lead out doors after Kit ghfc
veil hardly can pass daytiiho Von are
a dam hint k one . ved S -never bile'H
we have got !i?e boards ready l i
Make vniir cdlin. th rw an ot e
hundred Men ready now to I ill vo !.
und one half of liteiu s white men
wh'en vou hear the.*?i wi?rd- douligo
eusiti'i for von had jn-t ns well g-f I ?
pr.-.ving hold the lamp c'o ed u t-'i
So I can write a good letter lo the
black Sorever bit el1 now marte jive
low you time t ) pr iy bjfdre. we may
hater ICtieuiy all honest Men I will
help to get you out of the way boys
best go a Mom shinny Knight:, know
the best way toJiill that dam rfegro
is to go a dark Ivnight you must Wot
fail to goto god for Man cannot do
you any good, pray mart pray will
you die god your maker ask you why
for b ack white and that is the end of
marte this is no lie farewell farewell
has nothing more to write to you
a men to your (lain nation, we hea<,
from marte purker along wnys see
how many more democrat negros you
can fine this is from
Ulysses S. grant,
Parents, mothers, nurses, do u >
fail to give Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
to the little ones for all eases of
coughs and colds. Only costs 25
TO THE PUBLIC.
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
?ltAXOKIlVh? C?UXBY, S. C.
January ?, 1877.
Having received the appointment of
Auditor for tl)ist County from His Excel/ ^
lency Governor Wnde Hampton, notice i.s
hereby given to the public that this office is
now open for the transaction of ba.siuc.is.
.1 AS. VAN TASSEL,
On the l?tii day of January 1S77, I will
sell at public outcry, at the place where
Tom plover lives, to the highest bidder for
?J? Ihishc1* of Corn, more or less.
200 lbs. of Fodder, more or less.
10 Bushels of Rough Rice, more or lets.
1 Lot of Cotton Seed. .
2 Load* of Hire Straw.
?1 Head of ('utile.
I Hank of Potatoes.
1 ljank of Seed Potatoes.
2 Banks of Sugar Cane, Loticd on as tho
property of Tom Glover, at the suit of D.
Louis, muler Lein. Hour of sale, 11 o'clock
L. W. DANTZLER, Agt.
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