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BT'W. AULfiE AW!) tflfeH \VlLsbjC " '" ABBEVILLE. S. C., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24, 18(59. VOLUME XVTI?mo **
v-r:U- -i? -" ' ""V" ~=_?
Fall and ^ Winter, 18GQ?Sppcialties.?
; Drj Goods and Milli^eiy, /;\
' '* ^ ^ J
Messks, Fowr.T.n' iv afcDoxAr.b arc
now bettor prepared to show the Ladies
of Abbeville District a handsome
stock of Dry Woods than ever before.
Tho Jjadios aro especially Invite^ "to
% examino their stock before buying
They M ill always strive to keep goods
suited t(T the' tftsta ol' the '"Ladies of
our District, In tho Dress Good* Do1])artment
they have beautiful plain,
striped and plaid Poplins, DcLaues,
Km press Cloths, Keps, Flannels,
iMiux, etc., lilaek Alpacas. Opera
Flanuol, DeDugua ami bilks. They
have a lull stock ol" House Furnishing
Goods in H'aukfts, (jounterpanos,,
Sheetings, Towel fugs, CSirtjiliVjfliaje*
rials, Shades, Tattle J)an)ftsUs-,'l)iiyif>r?f,
Long (.Mollis, Napkins. Doylas, LinXMifi,
Carpeting*, an<l Wall Papering.
Also. Hosiery, Gloves, Ilrnids, Tapes,
3laukcivhiul? ami everything . in
\\ Jiilo Goods.
In tlie Gentlemen's Furnishing l)eparluK'Ut
they have u Hph-ndid linn
<>P (Mollis,1 ('as>luieres, Corduroys,
deans, Kerseys, iaJiuwla, Collars,
t'tills, Cravals, [Jose, Suspenders,
Shirt Fronts, <Moves, (Shirts, and
l>ta v.vrs.
Ahhevllle can hoast of as fine a
-Vi tiJniuk\v ilnase a* uny in in the
Siuto^bt" Soutli ('uroliim?in -fact, as
lino as any in any city, .North or
*iij'itIt. Tin- stock will compare with
any l.Vtail House in Charleston, Baltimore
(ir -New York. The Ladies
can have no }>!ea lor MMtiiin^ oil lor
their millinery any longer, (br^Mcssrs.
Fowler & McDonald can s>hpw as pretty
yood-s, as line ?oo.JjS.. as Ktylish
jjonrls as can be Ibimd in Baltimore j
or -\tw York. And. besides, they|
c:tu-|?rove tlieir prices to be from -7>
lo TVft per cent. lower than city prices.
They have every ?t \ le ol' lint and
Bonnet that is out. Sliouid any new
ami novel style make its appearance
in New York, they have arrangement*
l'v which to iret it immciliately,
hence there is no necessity lor the Ladies
of Abbeville to pay city prices
when they can do better al home.
Airs. Sassard ha* had e^pcrienyij,
both in .liurope and America. ami, "We
think, has the confidence of every
Lady of taste in- Abbeville. Sh? is
assisted by Mrs. J no. A. Wier whose
j^ood taste and.skill in, this Department
Is well known to the Ladies of
Abbeville, and will always he pleased
to see her friends at the .Kmporimn of
of Fashion. Airs. .Sassard and Airs.
*> jot *v;U lake pleasure to hIhmv (l?e
Ladies, Flowers, Feather*, Bridal
Wreaths, Plumes, Birds, Ornaments,
i'ibbons, Sashes, Curls. Switches.
Chignous, Embroidered and B ruidtd
Yokoa and Bands, fekirla, ^('o*+et?,
Pads, Breast Protectors, Buttons,
Trimmings, Traces. Edgings,' Cloaks,
Shawls, Nubias, Hoods, Fur Capes
and Muffs, Breakfast Shawls, Collars,
Cuffs, Chemisette, Necklaces,
Shall and tiold Beads, cut and uncut
Velvets, Satins. Silks." trimmed and
iti)trimmed Pattornx fur all kind*- of
Indies' and Misses' (J arm cuts from
E* Butterick & C&. and Madame
Demorest. of New York, lJouehes,
Hetts, Illusion*, etc., etc.
They pay particular attention Uo
tho getting up /of Bridal Bonnets,
Veils, etc.: a?4 j-H-o-niptjy Attend to all
orders from a distance.
Salesmen in 19ry floods Department
?Jas. W. Fowler, W. T. Mclioiiald,
Marshall P. DeBruhl.
Millinery Department?Mrs. Sas eard
and M?*s. uier.
By adhering strictly to the cash
tcm they arc enabled to sell fine gjfids
M reasonablo prices.
For sale in Albcvtflc. /mportat to
Lund Jjuyns.
ACRE lot in Gr*enmaiil wiMi fio<?
in.|?r??Vfinfiit?i; ;jrt rori>M iii; |tri|*ifi>il i
forest?Urge voiiiij _<>rclianl. Tlii^ pl;<? e enn
lie bought low, nh (lift 'aviitr Inia '6 in* f,n- it.
. Two lfi ncre l'?t? oirrft-In st.tfef, IYi" minx- vil !
lasfC?. w?ll iiliprovi-d.?' I
'|"h !o'i>,tiear fl-potAdji-i'n'Ty'lor;.'!|>orii(?n
ol' j.iuh iit fbr^pi. ?oiii.-tiiu
"iui? f.0,11 oO Ij aoii-s. One t.Tl?-t ? ( KOO
Acres, known ?s \Vlii'?*UV!; :;ot) ?eics in f<n- |
e<l| 60 Uiies piiine IjoMutiis; "ell iuijirov.-^.
and con'ains ?n cs?'<*'lent sloie tibu'se, nail
.good me-caniite n?.d. " X
On? firm on Salmi* ?iv?-r. of 3j0 aere*. 12 ?
In,- fn.e<M< 20 a( :< . ? in m-w l>o'torn?, 100 hi-i-^h
cf ? )*)> : ] ? fi?H for ?'4iliiiii nM umlei'(ooil
coaifoituiily inipiowd for t".iim.lq. Kxcellent
f*'ils on Ilie rjyer uiij w< 11 adajitid to mai-liine,y'
Out form ndj.iiuins Ilie nl>ov* on Tin-key
c<e>?k of 4 '?(> Qi't*'. 10D acres iipiniid
CO i*<:rw I'ooj |ioil#m?, Iwiainte in original for
est mni pin erf, fencing good, and good leu nt
liMWr't.--* : ; y. t .J
On# fftrm or-1 *92 \ acrr?. jn JtykefidJ, fite
vnlion. oi:? Ji:iid (. orn H o 4 aeros, trees in good ;
condition. fftUt nW? in well lmn???il:IT I
One farm of oUU acres, in i
lent timiiT.
One.f'lio of 9ft0ji?ciTBV il? ^Lh'^ill?ron
Cotoivm week. 100 uretiubaiw>?*%?olJ Juipr.>V'''l
.'oM??y;>nl?. . , , ,
On? fun a a1 3(H) 2i>?*# ,.oixV^4)14Mi;teK*
f ei i.?r cot ion ljuwl l%5 ucre* ^?X ?uj?p?(j?r boiloms?iinf{it?
iwmrtflfou? ^ j3
One firm f l>00(H*r.-?, c>? , sanpe creek, anpe/ior
imnrovemenli'lor' fesiiioiice ; land
I'or leinis apply 14 Luiul <Joiifpf?nyV it
CffMiwoofi, J. T. PAUKK,?
A rP
-r A?.' * Miw| . . j?-*% * i.'j.iif rut: ^15 I
9. JL A M. I* KIMABD'8
coi-cmota. a. c.:
HJ_ >, : :h ! f r .'if I. i; " . .'rl* I m unm,
"Wje Jmv,e just received, ayd lYave reafyr for.
examination. -'ilia1, largest nnd ino?f ?iVr,d''ti^r
0t?e|( MtitjL 1*1 w
,)ij^lt,eou?Uiii,g of eve^l^iug ^evuiiiipg.I9 9,
ifefy Ck>odg E?tkbMih?ie^t. 50
. A .'I y.^,4 ' " '0
Wtffl&OW fiTHApfe#,' &fc.
OdtfcWfcfs ?o osctfi^voifD^'^irf^ Hi at ft'
if inf>4rtfcl? iWWah?nfcf ton
ftel/rea. We guarantea Mtiafaaiion-N/C^
>r n isi
; *
> Certificates of Deposit.
.0 j ./ ')7n .vL
^The Carolina National Bank.
BY resolution oi 'In* !5'nr<l ??f I)iroc^
tors of llti-t Hmk, (J'-rntiiinn-s. of
ll<'|iu>iL will l?? issiiwl, ilrnnint; inic'icsl ni
lltfc riile of SKYKK I'EII CM!VI' i'i-n !** '?
die lor it I lute for moi.ey in tlm Slate ol
JSotiili Carolina, for unuts deposited in litis
manner, to r?*m-?iti not te?s than thirty
<mys, payable on <ieinnnJ after Utl days
no ice. ' 1
Tli** Capil il S'?>ck of tlii- U ?nk i? no?r'
$123 500, aii'l MUilmiiiy luis lu*eii irrani**?l
lu iiK'ieiM) it t?? U?? mm ?4 4>'<400.000,
Tlievt|evur>iy p D?|?oi?UorSu is. gitucatitreij,
y <lie lull jmyau-ni of tl>ir> (S pitMrSi"? l<v
Hinl by (i<e XaOiitlation aod pjtl<>-lif<l input
t? of its condition w lieii?vt-r rfqutr <1 l>?
iiitt Coiit|>;ol the*National i'liinrin'y
Bui' an.
Tin* I?alik deals in Kxi-liniiyo, GoM Hinl
Silver (Join, ai.d XaM??n..| ami ?> ? ? >Soi:u?
11 geneiallv. D- pusns itj-e'ved in
Com hi Cuii'-nrv, mil p>iil in the tsauie.
| When iiHon'?l is pied, ii will he in k ml.
j IVimjiis having fii?.d 'o invent, are ri'R[
ptriltilly invited to coiri-?poii?l with ilic
| i'nt-i.N iit or C ollier ou tlie .t?nland
i in -ko m 11 invent Ration tlie v iimy se<* piop?
er ti> satisfy" themselves o' the Ktletv and
pio-liiclivciiess cf an investment in i:s
Tilts Carolina Kh'ioi al Bank lias pur.
Hrust'.l for its ti-e the building he1oiiuin<;
III ll?M lillhL* I l.? ? ?
C'-lumttiii, i* liit-.h it v ill occupy lttv.ftOuii. as |
ti e rrete??fi?ry ?lt emiton* mirl irt?pn.vt?cu>n,*'[
will liVlnadr. (jic'Ht will lie l.tkeit in j
ilu*rwiisiiuc'ioit o iin-V-Mul', wliicli will l>e
Iniiie mill hn Hroti*; as g-;inaie ?inl iiotj
chii iimke if, nff?ir?ling every po*siLle fcecu*
iuy to its contents.
Do A Uf> tiF DtKF.DTORS.
I>. D CIIILOS I'le^Jfiil,
.rbllN PKESTMN: Jit,
JHt J W. l'Al.'KKK,
II. O'NEAl.lv JK,"
J. <; lilMi:KS.
W. B (Il'I.lCK. C.is-liicr, '
D ?; 3.- JM " 4 - > "^r j
. * ' * . r?? * /.. > * n,
? :?
rI",l*R introduction M>?ir
L ins rumeiil. we n*?rt* ti< xuiiSe;
TWSe tVlariliuc i? slowly bat eurely Ik?
coming Oh lu-Ccttany <o (lie lumily circle it* m<y.
?? lift* e:irtlilv | cis-e^ioii, ami lit* lime wi I
colli)' when Hie tit :ul of h f:nhi 1 a' wlio Jim-s ,
Itnnifli when alile, Ilmi rye jiointid ufrfilte, (
will lie oi-nI \c the I?Miittiie Anylum. Ulm
would dfinuiid tfiat Ins wif? or daughter
ttliou'd stilclt. etilch, ull (be live l?'iif? diiv,
wlnn ill .-re u mi iii*tr?nu?-iit iliut diim ih>mime
woi k ill au lioui t In eig(il lioui'n w> rk
KfWii HrtV^d ! Wlint It* do witli Miem? My
|i<-i-(i]r will H'*' 'nzy, SiU? W'bmi i??-oi.l? i
Iiuve co'liins? to do -iiit-y lo at mmi-tnini; j
wrong. t-ays iiiiii'Iil'I'. Is limt x fuci ? We <lo '
not li> li?v? 111?l- a well <lireiM?*d mind w ill d<? '
gfnei at k inul?-r ordinary iitll'-eiioe*. BeMow I
on*- ot I!>e liuure ii|>on tlie ( trd'-ii nu-i 'i\vj|| i."
ii?i|iniva..i)ue healili ij.ucn Hie. ;
for at-?>iii?'ir; to clm-km*, <lueL?, iur
Uv*! ?! ?: h<M * V<-t |"i?"liiul'Ril exliil i(
<h?;iu hi 11>?* i.ext F . r ; lei op? aj-eiit upon |
ilitt nriniiil Uiui lurmtbii.you its sn|i|>ly of i
mi k mid lniM?-f; im'lu<le a / ? rhn-p, iliev | 1
will repay \ our Undue** wt It et-l w. rmili of
f. elitijj I>u i Unit iii ? i?nipituiti<l by lint?it
<]i?nyienable newsaiiy ? kuii, knit, knit ! ?
Screw up _\>'ur mid ?.ount ?h?* 6-it?die<?.
Count i lie r?iw#l Tlit luhy ?-ii"?. mid 3-011
: eiiuiit ntft'n. Ah iu?*, i? I wav only
till ?>IJifll till*. (ill il filler Imttr lit pv 'Ollld i iii'.
I Cru** hihI Fo'ir ui-til ilie L>ml 1 iii|? i* ov?-r. :
'Fond Memory,* and every piece of lifiulit wile '
k?*ep? up tlie fiettul Mule tiufit Hie di?rnint? ,
t\ id -nuc eotua* on mid if y<?i da not ttarn tli<-11 I
\?u luu-l Iju How to piovcul ? 1 liis ?
W f \vi 1 t "11 \ uu in a lew word* KUV A
ll/.NKiEV FAMILY KMTTEfi. Giv.- it nn
li'int-. 'Twill knit eveiythin^; Unit ?ver Iir?
|??-en knit, iumI wl.eu y<>a yet nf<|?i?iiif*-il it I
will n>4. tu 111:1113' mine. tli- inncliiue i:nd !
you *\j|i-*** ii) 1*1 it, cm prrlorrn ti1* 1 r'uiii.-e.
jj.-vot?? 1 iie ivMCiiiiiiug lioirr.tipinii^il nml uifiitul
iiii-t rui'i'mn " "IVnr out ?lietil* ?i:<i put
init'pifcu' fioni I lie "knit. I if, ?nd if s:ili>f.n:tion
1 dui-s not fftL'it in tlie liu??ni ot your laiudy
nd <iti tlie eoles of llicir feet, 'twill iw/cr
| *raiti* HL'-'in. Cull m.d nre the ii>? in o(ie
I l ulion on S.ilc D-iy in LKcmiljei- at Abbeville |
Court ll??use*-ir < 1? 1 tt
? ' ' ' ' .Age^it.
N<?v 12, 18<50?;2??if iti -7 {.;
Dickson Fertilizer Company.
' AonrnetH, On.,N<>*. !2th. 1809.
HAVING U IuhkI HF?>' ,Nu.
i PERUVIAN C;UANvO, ht>iI ft
hope now of being ai.le lo keep up the
supply, w* reduce ilie price of
in Si*M-FA/e (to5) Dollars "per Too of
2 t)dO lbs. lor jyujli.' | ,v f,
Ai-d ntv-liiriA liH; Viioximltin i -'la^A in
. fc75 hh*J ln^rcW.ftr tijipWiv^d' (Sljf A?*- |
1 rep tuKii-. Drny?ji0f ?u Vli. CH6e*. 00 i
| I'bkT?n Cowp'mixl *J??u will]
j It Fim u( Clntr^J al Buy D?,
po? tn1 SotiMi CrtrfttfMi, m '*xHi*n<ju for
C<?u7?r Seed, :/t fl?^ ! inte/of1" TOO gf
j Ci?iiipiMiu?l for ifi, )-u*lie!* (&)
I eiU'll) of !i;i?rs lor^Mfd ftlso fiufilli-br
C..Wili&, fliC;
Dwfmher 8, 1869, 82?if -- -
* *4-' t!'? l' ? ; .1 * A
,,*}*.*?> ,^.be A rf,i W,^
'AJfomi $ *?'/} /?Cfa a)?y>l? tfw
ftvi) io v> 3<
', w?otf> l#n.
"^n :t! ?Ui V:<.UJ ^a n& ;?tq hn* rr*jnrr>
,i ALSX. *, USS/"*u;"K'lJ
I?>U\I 'irffrt'Ki I |W i;'.lniT?:(imil.?. mil
Cttvft?i) jydrtrottg Knginwar,
r' Office?Sumter St, '^t^ien'^Bref &*
*i--?n ,* r ,?r .*??I
Fi'iln inn i; m
s " tliu Sign of I lie
i.knt fur B il'ic* ; Poinsh to hi ?k<
soup; Iii-liijo. IJorax, B.?y Ituin,
Hitlers, l'liilomkcii. Benzine. Cllloiodine
IJlisl*?rinTissue, Cliamoise SLins, J lad
wa\V llc-olvHiit, Il?-ady Rwlinf and J'ills
Mini h i|juu>jiiiil oilier articles?.<11 liayiuy
iliUuit-Jit naii;vs. _L?ot ennnMy_UM;ful to j>crOQ8
who llittfli n?.dd of llifcin.
Woman's Best Friend.
sail' Oy W. T. rEN MOV.
1'iirc oO } ! l'ut'1^.
Call anil gel a circular lr<?i', loarn of itf
niHii .? tioni llic testimony ol lliuto wlitj
have Used it.
Heinitsli's Queen's Delight.
THE Crowning CJ'.nry of M>-dic<tie and
wonder ol rciciiue, lor salt: bv
Price $1 00 per to'ilo.
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid.
TlIK mu4 pow.-iiui ilisintorianl known
Cuits ISui > \mid UuiiiiMtjr S"r*-<, removes
Si a ins nod <lf8l roys all Auiti.nl uud Vege.
table Poisious, for >; !* bv
, : - W. T. PENNEY.
Trice CO ocnt*.
- - . . . ..
""Lit. M1 LLKli'S
For sale fit fcl.00 per buttle, l.y
Xxveni'ier 1 '2. 1 KG!) ? *20 ?if
Notice to Pefsona Sr>fFArir?or
with Asthma.
KlililG N i> f??uu?l in
* " ylmlitn* . purr,
" Vi*r
Leidy's Blooa
An ("Xi'ililuul iuLlU ill tvli'rh in Isilri? o?lr?..|
i?f r-?r?n|iuriitu. 'J ln-v liare l?**entinted
im<l (ou nil good I'V prr-on* line. Call
iii<I h few boxes ami fry them. Price
25c |>er box. Fur sale. l>v
W. T. rKXNF.V.
Nov. 2G. 1S<?9, 31?ll
a The Beat Estate
Ahram ITaddon, deceased,
"\T7ILT, be *obl bj' lh<* Kvecu ors of the
VV Will of I he suit! ili co-is-eil, on Sale
D iy iuJ >n i ?ry. viz:
Three Hundred and Thirty
Acres, more or less,
L\in-f fviiliiii tour iiiiLs ol AWHwille
iii . - -?i ---- - ? * - ?
HMJ'Iirilg- liitKJR ol WlllMlll
11 ill, W. 15. K- ihhiib ?n . other i>n tbe
nee h-I necessary oul-UtiiMiiigs.
Th? K<le will (akt* jjlace Hi Al?l?$*ille
C=?ti*i Houi* on Sule l>.?y in
he'njr the 3 I day of ;lie month, and llif
hif>lie*i bidder will lie the puri'liHsur.
The juiivlutsttr will l>e required to give ?
I?oiiil mnl :i|>|>roved security, Hid h mortof
the pri'ini-g* to secure the |>?y(iient'of
the parclia*fl tnotn?v,- mid |>?y for
nil nece?saiy papem,- including Haaip?&o
Jas. C? Stevenson,)
t - >i < . ?, v Jixtr's.
A. J. McKee,) ;J
Dec. 8, 1809. 33, 3t ^
3. T. BOZEMAN, Pres't.
.ft.%WWf %>w
nf/oin*t lost or dumriye by fire on all kinds
of-, <adfqyatsrr*f<s.
. Autt'iliCHrirttf Gii?M; au. gvtiry. ^oml?
nent point in tLe Southern Siaief*, to
whom' . Replication#: <*?r irwuwaucB an| lii
lundt*. . Af>plv to> . f | i- / <i-.V {
ZtXV'.C, DuPre. Agt. ;
A-j- aa 1 onn at f ?
V|?'/ ?9, 'ioi)V, i a .
$25.00 Reward!
"EfOgfTQtt. Jf T.
t Ui i .< ? >' , w'J .< r' i ? IfV.yA
4 ND:W que*?ion*?-kHl, for tire rccov
<z " V'- 6E0R0E MoCALLA.
No*?fofc4i^ ?if3 k . ,_
- * Mirfl ?.|1 a4l 1?? < <? I III <' ) ' Vi "' *
t *11111, at u toPyi^f pt}1^! ,t' I
. to *J;.ijm 4|K^-C J-AM'R'o ?^I:.-j1 j;*'/" l>
/^(E^iTAIN .Jiqu* npti ArronpU, tatfbhc&f
t^'^t^EW?Wor.r?r9K':B. ffejh'ttFd
Sn the h?d<tw at th*iMudrrt4tti*d#nrni4iw
>jP?nito 4?nMMn?Q^?g?bi do^weJJ'.H
| *bT*W,l!^^fiio..o0 b,^ vj( c,,,
er ,oa?r >t 33?I
To tlio Public of South Carolina.
| The immigration of an industri1
>>us white population into our State
2 is now universally aeknowledgod as
the true corner-stone of future prosperity.
The undersigned, having
completed his arrangements to furnish
good aud reliable laborers,
. would be glad to have the planters
' and other patriotic gentlemen geu4
erally, co-operate with him, und rej
spect fully calls attention to the fol,
j lowing programme, as already part>
j ly indicated in the correspondence
published in the Charleston papers
several weeks ago, viz :
| A lew days :>go I received a letter
! from Mr. Ferlow, our former Slate
I agent of immigration for the Scan?
, di..avian countries, in which lie inI
forms me that early in this mouth
I he will leave Malmo, in Sweden, to
| arrive in Charleston about the 23d,
i when he would be happy to meet
i planters that desire to make con!
j tracts for European labor, at any
I convenient pluce. It would, perhaps,
be interesting to a number of
your readers to peruse Mr. Ferlow's
letter, and if the country papers
would generally copy it, some good
might result. Yours, respectfully,
\f\T.Vf* 1 O 1 Qil(\
..... w wvwv. i J- ?*. 1UUC.
! 7b Cft?. ./o/m yl. )V?yc??cr, Charleston,
8. C. :
Djjar Sir?In the supposition
that you are still interesting yourself
in blilialf of immigration to our
' State, I hope you will call attention
1 to the following;
{Since I left Charleston I have de!
voted most of my time to the imiuii
? ration question, and 1 am, there
- nflent better able to know
- '?> ortlor that
gjer agent toi
steamboat companies.I
great deal of delay, dii'd trouble, 1
have now obtained tlie agency of
the Cunard line?tlie best steamboat
line running from Liverpool to New
York. This company lias deposited
| vviih tJie Swedish Government ?15,
i 000 in gold as a security for theior1
warding of the immigrants in
| conformity with the Swedish emij
gration laws. I am now in possession
of a license as agent for the
forwarding of immigrants to transatlantic
harbors, and 1 shall do my
best in trying to make the immigrants
go to South Carolina. We
have, in Sweden, a great number, of
people who are unable to pay their
tvholc passage to America, and they
v.uiuitiku inu uiicia ui some nircu or
; four land companies in Missouri,
Wisconsin, Minnesota and Lower
Canada, which pay half of their passage?about
$25 iu gold. Wisconsin
got about one thousand immigrants
last spring in this wa3*.
When these immigrants arrive at
! their place of destination, they have
! to worlc on lhf? InnrU r?f tl 1A /?Amno
t -- y*?>" -- ?'Y .j?nics
at a fixed price , and then receive
some acres of land in. waggs.
If something similar could be Arranged,
I have no doubt that I could
send out a number of immigrants
every fall.
My proposition would be as follows
: IC'i farmer wishes'tQ get a
number of hands, he deposits, at the
, aiiyJijki&er in^Ol)in-Xudiouj twenty*
: five dollars in gold, or he may bind
himself to pay tT.ht*"amount on the
I ? ? " -
I demand ot the banker for each h&ijf(?
male or female, above twelve yedrfe,
ami halfamount for children
under: twelve years. t The: requjsitions,
with a duplicate, are sent to
,: me,(>n<Loi*3cii by the banker'. The
\ duplicate 1 send.to the firman Liv1
erpool, who are to forward the imis
notified by ,tl*p iu-i^lfa^. tho
i mi^'igran U,ei)j?^c<J havve l^iff I^vJ
erppol ^or C^iarl^ston^ )ie ,\}u|L ibt
ward tVc?apipput Jleposited for f]fc
immigrants in question Ho the older
. of the firrttifl question'. iThe jriffti'J
1 tejr ,\^U J|e_, uiug ,^9, Qthi;^k
i than, that the.veasel with hie people
I should eh down, and that htj trtaV
I ti'Jdk&'As.' 'it -A?i-U*i - f-1 vn
I ;Wr.i .,;A,
ooiitract pbvjuW iUe dwyn upubo-.
; tweon the emriowrftnti bis people*
&$? mft
^ each person, male or fenmlo^flaftlL
. feeItt^TBgeApetbesides
\j m$> WP,
for a garden, how many hour* ?f :tba
1 f.* .?f.t>.* .* x ,I.IIU .VW
:5 -If. (n*?! .*1
day the laboing man must work
and the kind of work, farm work 01
any oilier, and what kind of worl;
the females are wanted lor, kitchen
work or any other, or all.
The wages will be the first yeai
so much besides the money paid in
advance. The contract mnst not
be for any longer space of time than
from the arrival of the immigrants
on the plantation to tho 31st De
comber the same vcar. Tf o ini.
migrant arrives iu the spring; or in
the next year, it' tbe immigrant arrives
in the fall or late year. The
laborer must bo received in Charleston,
and puss freo of charge to the
! plantation or tho place of destination.
If the people engaged do not do
what they contract to do, tho employers
have a right to dismiss theni
at any time; and if the employe!
does not come up to his contract,
the people will have a right to }uit
him. The immigrant does not receive
any of his wages before he has
been in the service three months.
If you make the above known to
the people of South Caroliua, and
you think I shall meet with success,
I may count on at least two hundred
immigrants the coming year. ]
shall myself arrive in Charleston
the latter part of November, but
only to remain there ten or twelve
days, as my business prevents mc
from anj' longer absence.
Yours, rospcctfullv,
Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
MY. Trumbull, from the Senate Judiciary
Committee, lias reported a bill,
j as a substitute lor one olio red by Sumi
tier and referred to tbe Committee, in
relation to the appellate jurisdiction ol
l ho Supreme Court.
Air Trumbull's bill shows a naked
and bare-faced attempt on the part ol
| Congress to destroy the Judiciary as a
eo-ordinate branch of the Government.
~ <.f the most alarming of the
-' s of Congress
j ther
j IIK'UUh.. I
| to concentrate
I mcnl in Cong. i.
| boM and' serious inrouu
j rights Hud; .powers of the Execuw.
I and have passed law a imposing restrictions
upon the Judicial Department
! wholly at varianee with their eonsli|
tutional rights.
! The Constitution wisely divided the
! powers of Government. It confers
| upon the Legislative department the
, power of making the laws; upon the
| Judiciary the power of interpreting
| the laws thus made, and upon the Execative
in devolved the duty of enforcing
them. This beautiful and wise
system Congress seems determined to
overthrow. The Radical majority
claim that they ure the Government;
that tliej' have the right, not only to
enact, but to declare and enforce the
i laws, over the whole of the immense
j territory embraced intlioStates of the
! Union.
Wo cannot believe that the Supreme
Court will submit to this unauthorized
and unconstitutional interference by
j Congress with their plain and ac|
knowledged rights. If th? Court
i should determine to uphold their con'
stitutionul prerogatives, it will be quite
j impossible for Congress to enforce
| obedience, unless tho Executive should
join in the erauule against the Judi|
ciary. This, perhaps, Gen. Grant
j would readily do, unless ho should become
alarmed at tho rash action of
; Congress and fear & like absorption by
that body of the Executive power.
Tho real caaefefor alarm, however,
at last, is in the fact that ft statesman
of tho position and ability of Mr. Trumbull
should eyen havo seriously considered
such a hill. Jn tho bettor days
of. the liepublio no trinn would have
permitted oven a suspicion to rest on
. him of a willingness to destroy this
' I...i.,.c 4 i:h. i.. '
. uuiTiiuiv MA ^ 114vifii;a11 jiuui.v^r?uujvision
of tUo po>vo?*8 of. (iovornment
amon ( throo distinct nod iiidepoodont
branches.' Tlris tbyolntiohftrj' proposition
is tii6 Vbiiijfc an^^uoncb of tl>c
whole scries of ni'ia&ures adopted by
; the Jlririiftfefc m thc'il- legislation towhrd
t! j b^$o nf h 6k'n State's. On6 ttncphfitiuy
iiontvl pi)up(ivVnt lift-s fovcgd tli(? adoption.
of;4W)(iiliqK, lyitil tbo Govtsrnmcitf
bra drifted far from ;the moorings of
tlie ^Constitution' "And is now ;6n'the
jtav^'ixpcdiWc^;. 'vVhcre
i?W WttRWfc A9 .P*^^
wisdom to foroc&Ut. j: rt?*:?i y/ .) .in.ri
We are not without hope that this
bilk'lft noti pass. Soeolj^hore is
onoiigh- ofc patriotism i Add good sense
Jpfp fQ''Conffroeat 4q {tare >the 43overnm?ut
firofp the fearftpl effects of such c
hivr.*~{Chr*,hiclt <6 tiStqliuelr . > :. p >r
La:X miili < -...! - I _;i ...
It is a poor practirtdi'fo ,:defrem}vflp.
ou borrowing VOW* neighbors rakes
' fmm^t^and Jdfcaaalavof irrtglem^t*
iq ilufyibjg add ffarveet tauie. it ?;'> i :
iiwD vrq v?r.tb c) Jo;: i-ovUm -roS !
/ >^:*Vr
u* roni (lie linftMo Express]
( "Yurrup."
i Mahk Twain's Vis-a-vis with a
Naiisty Family
! Ilavc you ever seen a family ot
j. fools just I aek froin Europe?or Yurrup,as
tliey pronounce it? They never
talk to you, of courso, being strangers,
but they talk to each other and ai
you till you arc pretty nearly distracted
with their clatter: till you are
1 sick of their ocean experiences; their
mispronounced foreign names; their
1 dukes and emperors: thoir trifl?%
ventures ; their pointless reminiscence
s till you are sick of tlicir imbecile faces
and their relentless clack, and wish it
had pleased Providence to leave the
, clapper out of tlu-ir empty skulls.
I traveled with such a family one
i eternal day, from New York to Jlos.
ton, last week. They had spent just
a year in ' Yurrup." and were returning
home to ]>o*ton. Papa said little,
?md looked bored?he had simply
been down to New Yo"k to receive
and cart home his cargo of traveled
imbecility. Sister Angclitie, aged 23,
1 sister Augusta, aged 25, and brother
Charles, aged 3.3, did the conversational
drivel, and mamma purred and
1 admired, and threw in some help
r. when occasion offered, in the way of
i remembering some French barber's?
, j I should say somo French Count's?
> j name, when tlicy pretended to have
. forgotten it. They occupied the
parlor of the drawing-room car, and
for twelve hours sat opposite to them
?was their vis-a ri*, they would have
said, in their eharming French way.
Augusta?'-Plague tliatnaliHly (nasty)
stcamei'! J've the headache yet.
she rolled so the fifth day out."
Angclinc?"And well you may. 1
never saw Mich a nahsty old tub. I
never want to go in the Villede Paris
' again. Why didn't we go over to
London and come in (he Scotia?"
A ng?"liccau.se we were fools!"
! fl fervently endorse that sent imcni].
I -\ngO?' (.illstiO, wliat r>m?lo f'nunt
j Caskowhisky drive oil' looking ho blur
j that lasl Thursday in Pairy? (_Paris,
she meant.) Ah own up, now!"
Aug?''.Now, Angie, how you talk!
I told the nahsty creature I would
not receive his attentions an}* longer.
* ' the old duke his father kept bor'
!i'in and his two million
' 'dm oft* with
j .
i you get this
! Ange?"You, Cholly, *?..
j Cheap! Well, how could I help
j There wo were, tied up in Switzerj
land?just down from Mon B ong
j (Mont Blanc, doubtless) couldn,t bu}
| anything in those nahsty shops so far
i away from Fairy. I hail to put up
I with that slimpsy forty-dollar rag;
j but, bless yon, I couldn't go naked!"
j Aug?-"Guess who I was thinking
j of. Those ignorant persons wo saw
I first in l'ome and aitcrwards in YonI
ice?those "
| Ange?"Oh,- ha-ha-hn! It was so
j funny! Papa one of them called the
Santa delta Spiggiola the Santa delta
Spizziolal lla-ha-ha! And she
thought it, was Canova tliat did Micheal
Augolo's Mosesl Onty think of
j it! Canova a sculpture and the Moses
a picture! I thought L should die! I
! thought I should did I" ?'iia-in T lot.
I o o
! then* sec by the way I laughed, that
' they'd made fools of themselves, because
they blushed and sneaked oft'."
[Papa laughed faintly, but not with
ihc easy grace of a man who was cer|
tain he knew what ho was laughing
Aug?""Why Chollv! Where did
you get those nahsty Beaumarchais
gloves? Well, I wouldn't, if I wero
' Mamma?fWlth nplifted hands.}
"Beaumarchais, my son!'
| Ango?"Beaumarehuis! Why how
! can youf Nobody in Pairy wears
! those Oahsty things but the commonest
'"'Charles?"They; are arum lot, but
then Tom Blcnncfhassct gave .cm to
' me?he wanted to do something or
'! other to curry favor, I s'pOse,"
Ange?"Tom Blennehasset."
1 . Ayg ? "Tym Bjemiorhagsety" ,
^laintni)?'Tom . ^Blonncrhasset!
I A iwl llfli'n ?*Aii Kitnn o ocnni .?#! *
I ? i*%* ??* v j vu uvvn Hilll
<} , M,K. 'V
Pappa?[suddenly interested.]
^ "Itcayen, what has the spn of an honored,
and hopoYablc. old ^iond boon
(ioing?'!' ; R .! V
. Chorus?:"l}oing! Why, hip father
' hu^ indorsed himself bankrupt, lor
( fppnd^tjtiat's what thrift ft ttor!"
f nji&PS?W# Pteu? j'fti filial
i Aye/yvous quel^ue chose no bon, en vq
tro pocho, mon chop? frere? Excuse
k mo for speaking French, for to tell the
truth, I havn't spoken English BO
ltmg ttiptf U'fc&thei- dreadfb 1 ? wkWfird.
Wish 'we Were bflck fn?' ^P>^P~^,e8t
\ votlfe d^si>o: aus^/ 'rfw^ pas, mos
.. ;I rH.!f#
And from that moment they lapsed in
ints barbarous French and kept it uj^ sn
for an hour?hesitating, gasping for sc
words, stumbling head over heels dt
through ail verbs and partieiplo, h<
\ floundering among adjectives, work- tl
- ing miracles of villainous pronuncia <Ii
lion?aud neither ono of them ever.fr,
by any chanco understanding what 1 tb
another was driving at. 1 D
3?y that time some now comers had fo
entered the car, and bo they lapsed gi
into Kuglish again and fell to holding al
everything American up to scorn and
contumely in order that they might
thus let those new eomerH know that
they were just home from ''Yurrup."
I "i liey Kept up this littlo game nil tho
\vajr to Hoston?and if ever I can
learn when their funeral takes place, ^
I shall lay aside every other pleasure
and attend it. To uso their pet and .
best beloved phrase, the}' were a m
"nashty" family of American snobs, ^
and there ought to be a law against
allowing such lo go lo Europe and ^1,
misrepresent the nation. It will take
, _ ft
I these insects five years, now, to get
done turning up their noses at everything
American and making damaso
ging comparisons between their own
country aud "Yurrup." ^
. The Abuse of the Franking Privilege. oi
The franking privilege enjoyed by
Congress has long been justly inveighed
against by the entiro newspaper
press of the country. Tho system in
itself would not be so bad or so con- P1
J "
ueinnaiory, nowcvcr, were it not that "
it loads to such abuses as has drawn J1,
upon it universal odium. In his ex- ^
eel lent message to Congress and to U
the country President Grant assures
the people of an administration of
economy and retrenchment in all the P
departments of the government under
his especial charge. It is to he hoped
that Congress will keep step with the
Executive in this eourso of retrench- %
? sl
ment and economy, and that the first
earuest of its good intentions in this
regard will V?c to abolish the 1'ranUing 11
privilege altogether, or institute a re- n
form in the present system which will "
render impossible the frauds upon the
Post Office Department, to which it
is now notoriousl}* subject. 'C
rriir> nliiun nf < Im ^
_ ~ v. U..V Iiaaguin:
so far that not even tlio semblance of
the autograph of a Representative or
a Senator is necessary to frank letters m
,r> the most distant parts of the U11- 68
,,r*??diingt'oji not one person P1
^feps a letter w
ed staiuj,.,
autographs, \vhic?. .
term of their offices and tor
ter they are dead?of which there
have been instances. Not only mail ^
bags of letters arc thus fraudulently
transmitted through the Post Office,
but tons of Congressional reports and
documents and such heavy matter, ^
that is never read, but which involves w
the Post Office Department in great
expense and encumbers the mails and
often retards their prompt transmis- I*
sion from point to point. u<
Congress, perhaps for want offl w
little good advice in the matter, has te
hitherto persistently and contumaciously
refused to abolish their privilego
of franking letters and Congres- 'e!
sional documents, notwithstanding all Wl
the abuses which we have pointed out
as attaching thereto, and which havo
never been denied as existing. Now us
we propose once more that the privi- be
lege bo uboliuhed, but not without of- wi
fering a substitute in its place. Here g?"
it is. Let there be a law passed grant- te<
ing to members of Congress while en- ac
gaged in their Congressional duties an
postage stamps for all proper and nec- tw
essary purposes, the Postmaster Gen- gr
oral to keep a record of the amount
of stamps thus contributed by his de- yii
partment, designating tho quantity ve
allowed to each Representative and gr
Senator. It" Congress is imbued with mi
any of the political wisdom of Gener- re
al Grant, who first in his own udmin- at;
istration of affuirs promises economy ro
and retrenchment and recommends fif
the same much needed policy to the
legislative branch of the government, w
il will surely move in the matter and 8t
act at once upon oujr suggestion. fe
. \yith our suggestion the economists flj|
and reformers iu Congress cau one* r0
more direct their cffoi?s to the xemo- jj,
val of the abuses of tfoe franking priv- Cfl
ilege. The opponents to the change
must be fow, as opposition to such a or
F*UV( JliVlWUIW TVU1U <10- gjj
auredly briug down on members the
obloquy and odium of their CQOfclifcu '
Tbo cbango which we here propose
in the flunking spstem wqald embrace 4*
all the dopartmonts pf thf government, as
civil A&d military. . Th& cheek to Ml Tl
audit* and extravaj^VdW'tif tatfmp- re
propri&tiOQ of pos^^ ' istAMfp? wontd be
lie jn the feet,. ifefttmaeter ar
General in hi& animal report- to the eo
Aresident for?ttbrnls*ioo to ^Congress er
' ftp*} the'o^qpt^ WcmJd be r6quir?d to at
'.yrfr.Mr.'xr- *r ''< \ '
A*. JL. 1 " /? Ut/,
akc a return of the amount of stamps
ipplicd to each Senator and Ileprcntativc.
In the same way ho would
jsignato the amount, consumed by tho
jads of the various departments, and
iU8 would bo insured not only a re pug
nf fIia ni?rtDA?* **
VOVH l> uuuhl'8 oi 1110
anking privilege, but would show
o extent to which the Post Office
epartmcnt would be entitled to credit
r its share in the performance of tho
eat work of tho government.?Htrd.
Fi.owkrs in Winter.?Thero is no
>od reason why thj winter should
) the sepulcher of all the beauties
id charms of summer. Wo keep tho
uits and vegetables of summer
rough tho win tor: why not tho
nvers, too? They arc as beautiful
January as July; nay, they aro
ore beautiful, for they seem to bo
ossoms on a tomb; they area typo
' life that survives and flourishes in
ie midst of death. It docs not require
hot house or a conservatory to prcrvo
them. An ordinary family
om will sufllco. If it looks to tho
>uth, so as to allow the slanting rays
"the winter's sun to stream in at the
indows, all the hotter. Tho touch
* these slanting rays will remind them
their familiar summer, and causo
lem to smile with a beauty and
:ightness scarcely inferior to the raanco
they exhibit in the bowery
onth of Jnuc. They require attcnon,
and it is useless to attempt to
reserve them- through tho rigorous
inti?u Af 1- * * 1 * *
.. bwou* Luia utuiuuc wunont Dcmg
reparcd to give Ihcm this attention,
hey nood to be rogularly vratered,
ud tliat the temperature of the room
here they are kept should be mainlined
pretty equally. If tho fire is
crmittcd to go out for twelve honrs
uring a severe spell of weathor, they
rill hardly survive it. If the room is
eated by a stove, there should bo a
cssol of water kept constantly on the
Love, to moisten the atmosphere with
apor, and provent tho air from becom?g
too dry and withering. 'J his is v.
jeasuro that tho health of plants reuire
no lens than the health of per^
>ns , for the former absorb moisture
oni the air through the pores of their
aves, and wither if such moisture is
onung. with such precautions as
lese, geraniums, roses, fuchsias, vcr)na8
and other simple plants may he
ade to brighten the duties and darkt
winter with their beauty, and irairt
to the dwelling a pleasant air
hich nothing el9e can give.
" ^Pfs&test Yiel^ af on fie'
T. t
44 H WTT.l
o.?An Engbnto .. icking
or his seed wheat with utmost
ire, and planting a grain in a place
, intervals of a foot each way, proiced
1G2 bushels of wheat to the
Such a yield, though enormous, and
trhape never before realized, ought
>t to be regarded as incredible. Wo
member reading a well authenticad
statement, before tho war, 196
ishels of corn to tho acre being
own in Kentucky, a growth not the
58 marvelous than tho ono given of
Not tho least wonderful part of tho
count is the small quantity of seed
ed to produce the result. The numr
of plants, standing at a foot each
i}', was 43,560. Supposing every
ain to have been sound when planA,
the quantity required to plant an
re would not have exceeded threo
d a half pounds, there being bcrsen
turnlvA on/1 *i
WM%? ?UIA wuu i/uuuauiiu
ains to the pound.
At this rate every plant should have
elded about 2,600 grains?Bay senty
'stalks or ears, averaging ibrty
ftinsj^o the ear. Perhaps every faror
hastseen bunches of wheat, appautly
coming from a single grain,
anding in a rich spot and having
om to spread, containing forty or
ly stalks, and bearing laj?ga ears.
Now we have only to an
ire of ground occupied euch
alkft, having a plenty of manure to
od on, to be convinced that it is posjJe
to obtain something like the crop
presented in the above extract,
it, perhaps, our readers will say it is
aier to figure this out than to reach
oy naru KnocKa, to which we navo
dy ito reply; let thom try it ou a
i*tl softie, say a square in the garni;
or even * square rod.
Kr Peabody's will is not yet probad
The oonUnta are .substantially
follows: Of property in England
be balance is divided among His
xty Kusseu jind 4,wo other .nephew
e made re|id?ftry leg*efv ?Hi airo
npowtrcd to settle ftf* ofUto p**>i>ty
in Altaeri^a, ' wfeftfri? /'fcteimated
between $750,000 and *l,#,00fc
'* .tjfdl.fi -ai
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