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THi XAI60a 1?I1"Sa
EHNESDAY, JAL 20, 188.
B. S. DINKIUS, Editor.
SIMPLE LARCENY EXPLAINED.
We would bring to the attention of
eur Trial Justices, for their informa
tion, the decission of the Supreme
Court as to the legal signification of
the term Simple Larceny,which, here
tofore, has been generally believed to
Ie any taking, aninus furandi, of
poperty under the value of $20. Now
the larceny attended with aggravating
.ircumstances, isaFeloney, though un
der the vale of $20. The following
extmct is from the decission referred
to, delivered in the.case of the State
Our Statute does not wake every
petit lareeny a misdemeanor, but only
simple larceny, Gei- Stat. See. 2,498.
Where therefore the larceny is aggra
vated by some special circumstances
which render i compound, the pro
visions of the sthtute do not apply,
and the offence remains as at common
law, a feloney, and is not reduced to
the grade of a mdemeanor.
A correspondent, whose thoughtful
letter was published-jesterday, advis
es that the Constitution of the State
be so amended that :both .populatioii
and property shall be..specifically rep
resented in the StatetAlegislature, as
was the law in Sout i'aoblina from
1808 to 186& The p e- reason for
the proposition ii s nas.y~ of
protecting the .hotdng class
from the raids of those ho have little or
o property, and who pay tjD axes, .
There is great complaint already in
the State on the subject of the inci
dent of taxation by reason of the in
equality of assessmenf -If facts count
for anything in politIde"calculations
South Caroliu is in, danger, as no
other State is, of being taxed at will bv
voters who pay no taxes. . The plan
which has been submitted will pro
tect the people against this, and no
where is such protection more neces
sary, we imagine, than in the upper
parof the State. As well as can be
Judged, the majority. of the voting
'pulata is to be found in the low
erw toe& And these counties, by
Zntation in proportion to popu
lation alone, can control Suth Caro
We have no doubt that th% propo
sition to amend, the Constitution will
excite surprise, and it is. not unlikely
that heedless persons -will deride it
and even denounce it- but the white
people of the State-the.fro pety hold
ingdass-need some safe-guard, and
we know of no better safe-guard than
that which has been described.-New
and Courier.- .
- The poorvf the State are too laige
a class to listen, with any degree of,
patience, to the proposition advocated
.y the Ne~w and Cvurier of represfet
bae-nproperty. Agam- the
well aware of ethe vast
he'wealth oftb Count-]
res to reeire, with favor, cay suelig
theory, no matter how artfully~ pre
.mnfed.. The plan, if effected, would
?Colinnbi aad the :.opoortunities
Vould be larger for class or local leg
islation. Chrlestor, the metropolis,
and dwelling. .place of the nabobs,
wuld increase )*r Ja delegation,,9
<hichis*mow such a Jne to our
~Northern neighbors. ----
~ 8tite laws, to ineet the ends aim
ed at, must eminate from -wise heads
of every interest and section. Let us
not have county representation *based
on a property valuation, which' would
only increase the delegations of a few<
ounties, and juight, in time to come,a
should the pendulum ever swing, be
a weapon in the hands of the 'enemy
How would a property requisite at
the ballot box effect the race in 'pow
e r, and secure-the privileges~enjoyed.
thCarolinians have.-dii~li obe
ud of ii:4he Neu-s and jQuier, and
have alwaji admired .Qbe., ability,
'Lssand fairness exbibited by
our distinguished co-temporary, but
athainstance its reasoning appears
'~j aophistry dictated by selfish mo
TRE ROAR BILL.
Consequent to the sudden death of
.the lamented Vive-Presiderit' Hen-!
-dricks has arisen a grave sense of in
yand ational danr ....thie
of succession to th'e risi
ecy, ha not been one of recent-agi-1
tation only, but has engagj'd ~the1
minds of many of our ablest men and
journals, for a long time. Th'ese pru
dential measures however, were per
rnitted to find no echo in otr. Legis-'
stve Halls, until the death of 31'
Hendricks, so unexpected, so unlook- <
efor, brought before the Amierican <
people, and their Representaltives, the 1
direful possibility of having,~through i
a combination of adverse circumstanc
es, the country reduced to the extrem
ity of being without a head.1
It is with great satisfaction that we
sein the Federal Halls, measurest
troduced looking~ to that end. A f
1 ' .. Qtr Hoar, of Masachiu.
has aliread~y ben approved by
th Houses the provisions of which, I
Y1' nndersand them, will efiectual-i
ly set at rest the well grounued un
easiness of a great and powerful peo
pie, that they may, some day, perhaps
through the hands of an assassin, be
plunged into anarchy. The sue
cession, set out in the bill, will meet
any probable exigency, running, as it
does, through the entire Cabinet, and
while it is only a possibility, rather
remote, that such a state of things
may exist, yet, common prudence
would suggest, that we incur no risks,
where such momentous consequences
might result from the want of such
WAsHiNGToN, JAN. 8, 1886.
When Congress reassembled this
week after a fortnight of holiday mak
ing, the scene in both Houses was in
teresting. The Senators plunged in
to work with a spirit that betokened
they were refreshed by their relaxa
tion and the Representatives were on
hand, eager to learn where fate and
Speaker Carlisle had cast them with
regard to the standing Committees.
The speaker looked weary and care
worn, having been up nearly the whole
night before working upon his coi
mittee list and trying to make fifty
good places go around among three
hundred ambitious polititians. Of
course there was some disappointment,
as there always is, and some ill-feeling
over the list when it was announced.
Still the less favored members are
disposed to acknowledge that Speaker
Carlisle desires to be just and fair tz,
all. Owing to the great diversity of
opinion on important questions, even
in his own party, the Speaker's posi
tion is a peculiarly difficult one.
~ The work of the session will now
begin in earnest. An immense
amount of new business will be pre
ented for consideration, though the
country is more interested just now
in the quality than the quantity of
measures passed Thus far seventeen
imudred house bills have been intro
luced, and several States are yet to
be heard from.
It is hoped the re-organization of
1he House committees, the changes
iud promotions made among them,
will have a salutary effect upon -legis
lation. The revisions of the rules,
hich attracted the attention of the
ountry, will certainly have the effect
f expeditingsuch measures as are
f urgent importance. It will enable
:ommittees to select their important
bills and consider them, if a majority
o wishes. There will be no wrang
ng oer "points of order" as to leg
slation on appropriation bills, and
~here will be far less friction than be
ore as to precedence of business.
Considerable interest has attached
o Senatorial proceedings during the
ast few days. Senator Beck dis
Raimed any attack upon the Adminis-'
;ration in his ante-holiday speech, and
ogiidreif Senator Morrill had not
iisonstrued his recent utterances,
i thie silver question. The Senator
rom Verm'ont said he had misunder
tood Mr. Beck's allusion's to the Pres
aent and his financial adviser, the
ecretary of the Treasury, and took
aeasure in saying so. Both Senators
ieemed to feel better after this explan
tion and immediately was sprung
lie question of Woman Suffrage in
That clause of the Utah bill prohib
ting women from exercising the right1
>f suffrage in the Territory came up
senators Hoar of Mass. and Blair of
Ce Hampshire., two prominent
:hampions of woman's rights, combin
~d in an attack upon this section of
he bill, and stirred Senator Edmunds
o some of his old-time spirit. Sena
or Edmunds declared that the major
tyof-the women of the United' Statesj
to not sigh for the right to -vote. At*
>resent he thinks society is better off
itout such a union of the home and
he field of politics.
-"Whenever our wives, sisters andJ
weethearts," said he, "believe that
hey can serve society and themselves
>etter by going into politics than by
~onfining themselves to the sphere in
hich they are now employed, they
hail have the aid of my vote in attain-.
ng their object.
Senator McPherson, of New Jersey,
ansered Senator Beck's recent speech
>y sustaining the President's position,
dvocating the position of silver coin-'
age. Senator Gray, the successor of
leretary Bayard, made his maiden
ffort in the Senate in defense of tihe
ame measure. The forensic debut
>f Mr. Gray was listened to with much
:uriosity and interest. Being a line
oking man and having a good voice
ad manner he made rather a favor
ble impression upon both the Senate
ad galleries. He was however, em
iarassed by his surroundings and by
a ungracious reniark made by Sena
or Edmiunds. The latter had the]
oor and was asked to yield in order
hat Senator Gray might speak on the
ivecr question. Mr. Edmunds sali
Le would not refuse, because it was so
teir speeehes that nothing but the
Fdling-in of the Senate walls should
prevent them. Mr. Gray did not look
very grateful for this caustic introduc
tion, but made no reply to it, and
proceeded with his speech, which he
read from manuscript.
Delinquent Lan d List
Notice is hereby given, that the whole of
the several parcels, lots and parts of lots of
Real Estate described in the folloving List,
handed me oy Co. Treasurer for publication,
or so much thereof as will be necessary to
pay the taxes, penalties and assessments
charged thereon, will be sold by the Treas
urer of Clarendon Co., before the Court
House, on the 1st Monday in February
1886; Unless said Taxes, costs and penal
ties be paid before that time. And said
sale will be continued from day to day, un
iil all of said parcels, lots or. parts of lots of
Real Estate be sold, or offer' " sale.
Auditor e ty.
Fulton Tot -
B. P. Barron 150 a p
John C. Manning 2 's.
J. C. & V. A. Manning 13 i'd's.
Daniel Billnps 40 acr's 'd's.
Joseph or James Cantey 52 aer's. 2 bil'd's.
Siukler Rodgers 17 acr's.
Theodosia Rodgers 21 acr's.
Susan Rodgers 17 acr's. 1 bul'd.
H. J. Ross 35 acr's.
W. W. Whilden & Co., 9G acr's. 8 bal'ds.
T. F- Brewer 10 acr's. 2 bul'd's.
Rtufas Ragin, Sr., 40 acr's. 2 bul'ds.
St. Paula Township.
William Johnson 2 I r's. 1 bul'd.
G. Manigault 428 acr's. G buYds.
Mrs. J. D. Pack 100 acr's.
Wm. K. Ryan 2,200 acr's 5 bul'ds.
R. J. Aycock 43 aer's. 3 bul'ds.
Ellen Childers 65 acr's. 2 bul'ds.
Henry Frierson 130 ner's. 1 bul'd.
L;. IV. Richbourg 101) acr's. 2 bul'ds.
A. R. Taber 1000 acres.
Lt. S. Thames 144 acr's. 3 bul'ds.
Ben Waiters GO acr's. 3 bul'ds.
St. Marks Township.
Carolina Mack 55 ner's. 3. bul'ds.
John Simon 50 acr's. 4 bul'ds.
N1rs. S. G. Brunson (Bocbette) 260 ac's.5 bl's.
Anna Davis 2 acr's. 2 bul'ds.
SIrs. P. Dyson 84 aer's. 2 bul'ds.
i. A. Durham 50 acr's.
WM. K. Ryan 354 acr's. 2 bul'ds.
St. James Township.
SIrs. E. N. Frierson 290 acr's. 6 bul'ds.
Sammy Swamp Township.
k. C. & M. C Butler 428 acr's. 3 bul'ds.
%Irs. M. E. Cochran 45 acr's. 4 bul'ds
T. W. Childers 10) acr's. 3 bulds.
[-arriet Frierson 47 aers.
Ulrs. Mary A. Hodge 155 aer's.
%Irs. Anna E. McCauley 123 acr'.. bul'ds
E. B. Rowe (for 1883-4 and 1884-5) 100 acr a
Est. of March Davis 50 acr's. 2 bui'ds.
W. M. Dyson 143 ncr's. 4 bul'ds.
lames McCauley 16 acr's. 3 bul'ds.
Dhley Pack 56 acr's. 4 bul'ds.
A. Walker agent 58 acr,s.
Mount Zion Township.
fames Cannon 50 aer's.
L. Cannon 100 acr's. 4 bul'ds.
1. E, Evans 202 ncr's.
Urs Ann Kelly 25 aer's. I bul't.
.st. of H. M. Plowden 300 acj.s. 7 bal'ds.
V. N. Tobias 52 acr'l 1. ibul'd.
Laron Weinberg 216 aci'
iV. J. & 31. A. Cannon 64 acr's. 1 lot, 1 bul'dl.
IV. J. 1. Connon I lot, 1 bul'd.
LIrE. J. A Haynsworth 243 acr's 2 bui'ds.
st. of William Johnson 46 aer's. 4 bul'ds.
r. P. Lowder 8 ncr's. 1 bul'd.
oseph Robin 5 acr's. 1 bul'd.
st. of Ben Richbourg 100 acr's. 3 bul'ds.
r. H. Tobiab for children 296 a-.r's. 5 bul'ds.
Plowden Mill Township.
Thloe Moses 16 acr's. 2 bulds.
.lufas Plowden 17 acr's.
Jathias Abraham 19)0 acr's. 8 bul'ds.
ii. J. Holladay 145 acr's. 1 bul'd.
irs. S. A. Richbourg 311 aer's. 8 bul'ds.
Irs. E. Thompson 40 acr's.
. E. Taylor 700 acr's.
oseph 0. Burgess 4 acr's. 1 bul'd.
y'fax Milton 51 acr's. 3 bul'ds.
obertson Taylor & Co., 850 ncr's.
3yrus Scott . - '8 Ker's. 1 bul'd.
New Zion Township. -
htiss S. F. Fleming 100 acr's.
ames Hudson (col'd) 40 acr's.
1. M1. C. Knowlton .12 acr's.
V'. 0. McIntosh 300 aer's.
sentry MlcFaddin 50 acr's.
Irs. M1. M. McFaiddin 35 ncr's. 4 bul'ds.
'V. W. Barfield 30 acr's 1 bul'd.
.,. D. Barrow 247 ner's. 2 bul'd.
". T. Floyd .- 150 acr's. 3 bul'an.
Lndr ew Floyd 37 acr's. 4 bul'dls.
im Hudson 20)0 aer's. G bul'ds.
slizabeth McElveen 70 ncr's.
V. N. Rtoberson 100 ncr's. 2 buil'ds.
1. M. Rtobertson 74 acr s. 5 buil'ds.
asses Robertson 58 acr's. 3 b'ul'ds.
olhn Rush 199 acr's.
.J. Welch 100 acr's 3 bul'.le.
V. D. Weaver 100 acr's 2 bul'ds.
ami Woods 50 ncr's. i bui'd.
Sandy Grov-e Township.
Irs. E. L. Driggers 100 ner's. I bul'3.
Irs. E. H. Floyd 125 acr's.
)aniel Morris 75 aer's. 3~ bul'ds.
. J. McKenzie 100.aeres.
st. of Wright Wilson 123 acr's. 2 bul'ds.
~. T. Worshami 118 .cr's. 1 bul'd.
esse .Caraway 115 acr's. 4 burl'.
.3M. Frye 2(0 acr's.
1. N. Floyd 40 ncr's 2 bul'ds.
ames Graham 25 acres.
'. E. Hicks 58 acr's.
~elson Hen drtcks 30 acres.
aura A. Hlickson 300 acres.
.L. 31. Lee 21 acres 1 bul'd.
'I. .McKenzie 100. acres 7 bul'dls.
1. W. Oslorn 72 acres 3 bul'ds.
C'. D. Parker 170 acres 3 bul'ds.
St. of R. J. Welch 100 acres.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
Do you hear a big noise way off,
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