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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Weiedslay Miorning, Dec. 22,18'9.
D. i ;y's3, W l li am3 & Co., Prop:e
ThIe Prope a E ference. '+
The Chai.leston Courier closes its
comnmien.t upon the Georgia bill by
uaving, that "all the South can do, is
t. wait and hopo." Now we cannot
" p miile of ground for hope that
j r inney of the congressional
' a hether cf the Radical,
- ie .r Denmcratio party, can
r.. "n except by armed forco,
nid an di: ever no sense in rcaifing a
inu iia y wuent. What we can do,
we ; ,!, at once, arid it is a very
ri np'. th g. though 'Tlhad. Stevens
notili I t t it would take "twen
. y '' o it g ts to it ; we can
us.; c' . I.: w. een? immerndiate/yl sub
nAl, ab>solutely and conil te"y. to the
Congqrcesional jna.,rity, and leavo to
ot.z;ois the pi otlen of overthrowing
the usurpations of Congress by force,
for it is sher lunnay, as grcat as that
of the idea of "peaceable secession,"
to suppose that they can be over
th r'wn except vi it armis. We can
:-unman t. r-C e i remember that we are
- jugatul prov:nees, and that it is not
.,, us to at ahtrt the principles of liber
ty. but to hold theit in abeyance,
whi!o conforming to the very last con
ditiotn of our setjngation. In l'ndo
ral polities, we should bdong to no
party, but, as a general thing, run ad
ministration eanlidates for Congress,
and in South C relina,, run Whipper
or Cardoza, if either will join us,
against Bowen, and Wright, against
Whittomore, along with two white
men. Thu!,, by executing to the let
ter the ver.C worst measures, intended i
to fret and aggravate us, so as to fur- t
nisah opportunity for future oppression, t
we may induce others (for we cannot)
to put a 5top to Congressional tinker- t
ing with Southern Reconstruction in
five ycurs, and disappoint the arch- i
iend'a expectation of "twenty years' '
use of such an instrument of usurpa
tion ;and revolution as Southern Re- 1
construction otherwise proanises to con
tinue to prove. We counsel, that our 1
(pinions and principles be held in
abeyance, as becomes a subjugated
section, anad that we allow folly to wor k
its own cure, by taking a (passive)
part in exhibiting its fruits. Free
provineoa m say have opinions and dis- s
cuss garinciples, but subjugated prov
ince3 must ncept them as fixed c
facts, as sign-posts by the wayside, and
aim after a practicable policy, at po- i
lit 1cal prnidcnce, ad t th al t- e
sh'uld run a black and white admin-t
is ration iloket for Congress, andI t
bla~k and white tickets for thec Gone.
ral Assembly. Nor must we commit v
the blunder, which seems to be conun- t
sdlcd by some papers in the State, of c
pros.eribing as a c/Us the so-called I
souaawaga and carpet-baggers. In our e
condition, feeling and principle aret
nothing--policy, everything. Th'le i
degradation of such a course, about t
which somue people prate, is exactly e
as much as, and no more than, the t
degradlation of L~ee, when ho handed ,
his sword to Grant. This is the inner a
logio, the proper inference of the
ease. Tauth and goodness are insep.
arably connected in God's plans.
K~nowledge of a fact Is ever attended E
by a blessing as its fruit, itf man will V
o'iy pluck it. If, then, Congressiona- I
al sup.reacy be a truth, wvhnro is the ii
good ne-s 1 if it, be a fact, whence can ~
we of the subjugat ed sootion pluck the o
blessing, save in the most absolute t
submissiou 7 It is the business of "
others, not of us, to resist, i f they sec il
fit, b~y protest, by argument, by bal- r
lots, and 1 y bullets, when ballots 0
fail. This is no longer any family n
quarrel to the people of the South. i]
Let it alone. f
Congress Suapreme until JAs- t3
paersed by thae swordi.
Those who strive to avoid all party ti
shackles, and exercise independent A
thought in politios, are somnetimoes $
startled by the boldness with which li
60me plain matter-of-fact looms up K<
and stands out before them. The of
Phanix will scarcely naow read the ai
Georgia and Supreme Court bilis, and ei
Sneer jocosely at our conviction, that al
ours is a government of the Congros- a)
tianal majority, whose will is spremna fr
ter. States, as snythinag other than h<
nmunioipal provinces of Congress, have
ceased to exIst, ad the fruits of this oi
great revolution in the character of d4
oner g'vernntpent will be exhibited, g
among other things, in the coniplote t(
fiaillaont of Thad. Stevens' clear. m
sighated paopheoy, that 'Congress will ti
not get to;the Mhd of Sohthern Re. t
et vtruoth adRO, TyrENtY YEAhI p'
.T'nkering, yllta reconstrietton serves ton
as both the p~rodueolig cause and net tI
nd-symptom of a fatal naladf, A)
Now tbe cogviotiQ has fore. it
elf upon our tnind :ith .a oer jn
hat. py caused usd . embl h;ta
ho usurpations of 'Congres can b
verthrown in only one way--eforce
md that the Acoerlcau people wil
urely demand.thoir overtbrow-in tbh
sourse of time. Civil war is, tlhei,
he certain future of the Unitel
Staus ! What a horrible'future fl
aolicve in for one's childreo, and fr
he wreck of one's country that ono
ivil war has already left us!' What'
i dark resting-place for one's con
.eientious convictions !
Principles are ever symiboliztd to
:ho vulgar with a power, and in a
rna~nner. that-they do not themselves
understand. The negro, Nash, only
,tatod the truth tho other day, when
bc ta' ! in the State Senate, that there
vare but one flag in this country, and
re didn't botevo that the State flag
had any right to be hung up side of
t." Wh- t flng is it? Niah would
reply, "the flag of the Union." We
inawer, "the flag of Radical Demc cra
'y," triumphant hero, and destined to
.plit the Union, militant in Europe,
mnd destined to revolutioniso its every
government and its every people, and
to drench its soil in blood. That flag,
the once glorious star- pangled banner
waving over a Federation of Free
States, is now the symbol of Union?
-believe it not -but of Radical Do
mocracy and its consequences, what
3ver they be. With that proclivity
o self-deception that charaetorises
oor humanity in every age, the Radi
ml Denoornts a? them.selves Republi
ans. But a republic is a govern.
neat of regulated liberty, of the will
nd wisdom of a people as expressed
n permanent though expanding insti
utious and principles, not a govern
nonb of its temporary will and fallible
resent judgment or caprice, This lat
er is the governmout of a Demoora
y. And the fact we wish to notice
s, that our flag now symbolizes not
mnion, (devils, awsiting the dread hir
ory of the future, make the depths of
toll re-echo with soornful scoffs and
ears at the delusion) not regulated
iberty, (that, too, has gone) not Re
mublicanism, but pure and unadulto
ated Radical Damoeracy.
Now R idical Democracy has hither
o always failed. M an being the same,
yo would say eategorically, it will fail
gain, but that we think the progress
f soionce and the diffusion of knowl.
dge does constitute a difference of
ircumstances never before existing.
Vhat say we, thou- t Why, aimnI
~iami t tu t-tidst of a most
olosral experiment that has to be
red. Conform to the miovement of
Le age, for it is irroeistible, and try
his experiment one miore, as fairly as
to can. But we needn't dream that
he pierpetual union of these States is
ne of the consequences of the princi
hlo now in action, arid sy mbholized by
ur flag, for it is riot. It is too clear
o be doubted, thait it *8isnot. The
Tini may last a very long time, but
Lien, again, it may not. The first
iovemcnt of organization is towards
he centre, but further progress re
ults in differentiation of parts and
p~eeialization of function.
A Fisha CommisIonaer.
We are soon, it seemis, to have in
outh Carolina a nahi-commissioner,
'hose duty, we suppose, it will be,
ike that (of the apostles, "to fish for
len," along the banks of the Savan
ah next fail, without regard to col
r or previous condition, and bring
temn to the polls to vote. It is also
cpected that lie will take a census of
to fiddlers upon the shores of our
vers and creeks, and recommend to
ar legislators, when wearied by law
aking, a diet of lobsters and crabs.
[a himself is expected to be a drum
sh, and to drum for the Radical par
IHe will, undoubtedly, also be
Squeer fish," for it is anticipated
at. just as the Commissionet of
griculture, Sparm.ick, has drawn his
2500O, and confesses that he has done
ttle or nothing else, owing to "the
stility of planters" to the purposes
his commission, so this fishi-commis
onor will draw his, and report, at the
id of the year, that, though land
arka have been plentiful, several
teals of sea-mullets have been driven
om our coast by "the well-known
>stilit y of our planters to-oysters.
Now we know that the sinoority of.
Ir Republioanianm is sometienes
,ubted, but we will prove that is is
inuine, by suggesting, that the pa
rnal care of this onr beloved goyern
ent should extend beyond the OAb of
e sea, to the fowl. of the. air, and to
e beaste of the field. The coloredi
iople *ill ,suppor6 na when 'we ebli
a* "wule~oomlnssioner," jnd ipon
at mesre watropose to ran.egla
* IA~rald .u e WmaeAjnos
ostat'f 6100 'oailtuenoy in'
rtrcthi /tleiome measu o
p lie f ast.i ; while we are H
d tthat 4i5 O ommassioner
find ocoupatlotn be 6efeial to the S e
even the city of olumbia. To 'his
latter suggoatlon some sober people
might objoot 4hab-n if.atbeofito af,
goose-co mmissouer be once esta le .
ed, the State *ill 4 porW ept A' j
died with the officer, no matter what
party comnes it9/go vey' aff a;t le
fore, by the adv<.eay of the oTher
ue astii O'd'ff ainilil=tl'i: t sti e '"t t
Ie hope to'nke 'our wajy 'anirei44b.
h claim to fatn'. O'i N the Itadicral
l rty bttnt up no bankrupt jockey for
1 o plre 1 Will nuaorofdho itasur.
a 'e conmp4Aies tako the rink of the
a ndnessand the lives of the n.iles I
uch is ot.e view of ' t bi. matter.
e other is, that by a f':per and j'
d- lons syste m of ptholculgure, every
st, atnin the Suato way be inude
al o with 'fi I, and seriously, we
th k that money' might' be wasled on
a rae expel iment,-if, tbat is, if the
Gsh ommisioner do hi dity.
Inetxo rable Tate.
o are told by Milton that
"Old expo 'lence doth bestow
SomnetthaL of prophetic lore,"
or,'i other words, we may judge of
the turo by the past. If so, the
out-cr gaiinst the eruuade of th!
Itadi is againmt the Supreme Cout,
that nosy being raised by some of
our e temporaries, ii as foolish as it
is vai~j The ultimato object of the
impeapiment of Andy Johnson was
the dearuction of the supremto Court.
That particular method of aoconmplish
ing theobject failed. But the logic
of revolution is inexorable, and the
Supreme Court must, in orio way or
another; be shorn of the prerogative
of being the ultim ate judge of the
limitations o.,tablijhdd by the Federal
constitution. It is a political, a logi
cal, a moral necesity, rpringing from
the usurpationsr of Congreo,, and we
have, for two yo-irs, considered it as
good as accomplished alreaidy. The
theory of the sovereignty of the
States, a9 d that they were the fn il
judges of their tights, was the only
practical cheek in our Fedoral sys
tem,:and'the country may yet uake
up to lainpnt that th..t theory did not
tri mph ih the war. But it did not,
and we may now look out for. the con
sequences, and stand from under, it
we can. It-there be ady truth in his
tory, the sleds of tertdfi intrnal con
vulsions are now sown, and the future
must bear the dreadful harvest.
. .sP qotton.
The well-informed London corre~
pondent of the New York 'limls
The question of cheap cotton is felt
more and mioro to be onre of life arid
death to Lancashbire. Nothinig else
can save the greatest mranufneturing~
interests in the juited Kingdom. Tire
MIanehester Cotton Supply Asoiamtionr
has been unwearied ini ita iumiries as
to where cheap cotton can tbe had;
but-hitherto with DO' success. Alge
ria is too dry ; Italy has too many
products; the Weost Intdies find it easi.
or to raise coffee anmd sugar: Brazil
needs -reads and labor ; Peru has the
latter difficulty ; AustralIa has good
cotton regions, but; men will not work
S0 near gold diggitigs for lessm than ten
shrillinugs a day ; (Jhina and Japan can
raise plenty of Cotton, but they hrave
manufautories of their own, and have
even carried off. 200,000 baleis in a
year'fromi thre Botnbay market, when
the price suited: them. The India
cottoin is peor and dear ;.it can he pro
duced in prett.y lam e quantities ar
long as the price is high; when it
falls the natiu.s either spin it, them.
selves or atop producing. Egy pt and
Turkey ean rai. e a good deal, and
someoOf good giality, but Austria,
near at .hand, and liussia, are getting
to be large consunmersd
After all, the difficulty Is not whol
lin the supply of thre raw material.
France, Switzerland and Germany can
buy cotton in Liverpo.1, take it home,
manufacture it and-sornd it 'to Man
obester for' sale and make money by
it. As long as 'tharte starte of things
exists, what is to save fianeashire'?
Take off yout' d etles an b, t ton goods
and they would servt you the same.
As the wortl i now -n'rran 'ed, free
trade rmeans'the devhl'take thre hind
most, and just at thid 'm:homent Lan.
oashire 'is the htrndmdst. -I am and
always have been for fI'e-.de in the
abstract. In the concfteo I don't see
it. There will be unireal tthe trade
in the millenlud
An old lady, who pretnds to "know
all about it," says thr oily da to
prevenit stesmboat exp fonb ik. .,to
mrako the eng ineere "bil theoir water
on shore."' 'In bet oio og, "allthe
bustin' Is dode by eookiig the i dim
on -bdard theboat.
The Cho*uare Reer -.thwt he
ha seen *tU the t14 i to pt' *iAe
.4eublics~ an rty bnC le MI wIte,
b anad' n&d, ed the tIree
seaM etQ ig esases C tribe
pre egeW.IAce an4 I. 95)
968&Eis tnot Qgba dIjdstat.
iiableoae ,NAh srm a e ra
Ti A Y D a0~ s. n 'c
S t, of ' Byr mn te
Sfu ho a w er in 0Nd
lull ho tha 'hie f ete-ho
fou ' ,r rl q5 I
ma~te frion 8." j cording to t t,
lively correspondent, whose story w<
find in the Echo, "Lord B) rou, was
as to gg ayh
:to1dyeJ"luO g net458 be biigdqoWn o
mn&'mt n ,,atJad a eilaUl toil, r'
pair of rudinentary horns, and short
tab fegtAiti for ',Arg a' fgin the
t,s/ep into twot part., instad 'of be
was. horn his n other haud beeu oun;
greatly torricd by sdch1'#i when in r
very delicato State of health, "th
eclehiated pituro of Satan Spurned
in tho galli-ry at LIHAyo, and iit
result had been the fashioniig of he1
child to 'somie exteozt after the mo
itrous fat mo of which the sight CtuOet
her nlarrm, and of which the contiinu
ota rt c ,i!eostion could not be cifaeet
by any tne'mns known, to h)' t" phy seliti
At the time- of her cvoilit.eient i
Iwas at firt snggeted th..t t.e mons
trosity should not be suffered to live
but the child's body, as a whole, was
ao pelfectly ahaped, and his face t<
wonderfully beautiful, that the tig
gestion wts forth tw ith put aside, ac
10rigland was not deprived of who
evoto become in due time one of iti
hiefest ornumenta. Poor Lady By
ron never recovered wholly from tht
shock caused by her discovety <f al- a
her 'hug and toally was; and partly
throdgh excess of imagination, ptrtlj
.iu ednsequence of bad advice frou
personA who shall -be nameles, tih
felt 'ltto be her-duty to insist upot
her busband subject log hinse if to cer.
tain painful operation?. Bat thiu
Lord Bjron obtinautly refusedto do
He urged, and with considerabl<
force, that the peculiar manner it
which he wore his abunutaut curl
effectually hid from view- the rudi
mentary horns; and that, as he never
appeatod in public without i.A boot"i
and trosore, none would ever suspeco
the existenceo of his other defects
with thb exception of his valet, ir
whom h placed implicit confuience.'
THE DECLINE IN PRINTED MIsT.rNs
-'The following statement in -egard
to the rde&ent decline in printed ints,
tins IThi keen made in New York
"A segret touching the fall in pri:t
ed musliu has ju-t leaked out.
Sprague, of l'rovidenco, ham iii hit
employ a young (0.runn nraned Pr'aff
who not nd ago invettcd 'a ethod
by which t printing of cotton cloth
in the Pr idence mills is do~e ata sav
ing of fro cne to two coe:tsper-yard.
While e gaged in 1.s es perinew
he moade a di.-covery of dtill grt at.
or import ne, wherehy thchloaching
which n, requires forty-eight hours,
way be tlI roughly complea;d in le..
than one; ur. These discoveries en
able Spra ne to undersell all other
manufact -ers of calicoes, and give
hitu virtu fly control of the market.
Praffs in ustry and praoti aal scien: i
,0 iktl n geob ha..va .. a -_
Tr-lto'ewar'ted ; but it is sid that hi
s' are in the result of the valuahl
di oset ies he has mude will be a lit
tile short of $4,000,000.
Thela WVabbington correspo:ident ii
the Uzalti merO Anzeri.: a says:o "Th
l'resident, ia cornvration with seve
ral Southetn gentlemen, who callet
upon hint ou the 25th coneerning (th
Ar~sociate Jidgeship itn plale of Judg
Wayne, indhitated a-willinigness to se
lect a South htn man in case he couli
find one qu~lifled for thte positior
Several nanas have been suggestedi
among thenm 1Draut, of New Orlern;
and Judge Marvin, of Florida. Re
specting a successor to Mr. Stantor
t he P~residout Is understood to inclini
to Judge Strong, to whom he offere
the posit(ion 'of Attorney-Generali
(lie event off Hoar's confirmation fc
IThe TIribqa finds fault with Senate
Wilson for sating recently that thi
Cubans tare "eotitled, if they deserv
it, to self-p~vernmnent" It saye
"As a general ,fu, we hold that (her
is nto qtuestion of merit involved in t1]
pritnciples of self-government-a
people are eatitled to free dom;
whether in the opinlon of earthly eri
ies at least, they deserv'e It or not.
The very effort to'setro liberty prov<
that it is desery'dd ; afid every societ
which has beutt' enslaved must la
emnancipated befo'it can fully appr<
ciate tile blesaing of freedom."
Trho New York Maili says :"A ih
dy--evidently Onre of the beau mond,
--attrnctod coilsideraible attent h
yesterday by p~ saing' up itroa dwa
with an immense' np'pendsge of da:
hair reduced to an lrngaroy shade b
means of an application of white ponu
dor. fTis fahion-hbas beet) grad uall
l i. hn' 'S was ti. tir.,t iqppsrae
of it at) the prt-n.onde witniionesd b
us.. . *
The State Treasurer -giveb ntotte
that the .tutorest maturing ' .Januar
lat,- 1870,on. theobonds~i f the'St
of South Carolina wilibe paid' in gok
on demard, at.the ..banaking hou e<
the gS~ ,of South~ Carin o.
a aubtrept,'eW tork~ (t s4 b
NA Wa i a
u rr 7i-NY 'fls Uni
ver ow ft oig the broad Ne
an oprn e o 1 d onidas
s I to its oing, in the Vant felt io
the vaious Southera State, of :, great Mr
duta ial institution. t. g an(
r09 tti of INorjh Carolina, hay
1 ! iardlina, Georgia, Florida, a
Alabau,, Misilssippi, L.ouielina,'rx.
( , yksans and 'tift ee,. i is .corn
er estone wae laid i6 Sewanee in a ]
'"- > t 9a a ,n.ed l uth location,. nd
onie atdiurably suliteti for the purpors
'Uf. a Uai:ersity- It has survived the
lat-- w.,~ and to-day is in successful
i operatio , It has lt4s buildings, and ]
a fiIl an able corps of Professors, wal
arid one i .dred sttidents.
Such I , been the felt neoesblty at I
this day of a Southern Uuiveity, t
that ther are over two hun.red ap
l 'plioants t bo are unable to attain ad. C.
to isI0 n.
'T o-nigh a meeting +'f all interestod
in te on so of Southern education
u ill be held at Ilolmes' Lyceum, for n(
the purposa of bearing from the Agent del
l of this valable iustitution a report
- of it prosent condition and future to
purpofes. 'Thero never was a time Af
..when the education of our Southern .the
I youth was of such vital importance. hat
We doubt not there will be a large
attendance of all of our citizens who In
are interested in the cause.-Chiaric-I
ton Courier. Ae
I his not 1CC.ary to .numerate all the
tl. places in Wyoming, Utah and oth- fes
er Territories whez e coal has been Sca
discovered. [: is enough to fay that fur
it is being found from time to tike in
different localities. And iron ore (If me
superior quality appears to be co(x. bot
tensive wth the coal beds. This iS
especially tl.e CsO in Colorado and
Wyotting. It is impossible to esi
mate the importanco not only to the yea
Western people. but to the conter- Ku
cial and mazuuf.cturing interests of
the whole country, of these con) lands 1,a
of the West. It is the coal of Great ea
Biritain, liaited coiparatively as it die
iscompared with the-o immense de. ad
posits, that ha. aided largely to make the
her commerce ubiquitous and to car
ry her. tanufetitures .o the the renio
test corn'es of the earth. I do not u"f
think that D.-. Hayden w;11 object to son
my mentioning his nane in rcpr.oduc- t*j,
ig a renark he mnade to te when Tih
riding on'thc railroad. Alluding to
the coal beds directly on the line he *
said that they contain "more power flit
than all ,he musclo that now existo, pat
ever has existed, and ever will exist."
And said another geologist, 'IThe dis-n t
civery of gold in Califi nit and of
"il is l'ennsylvatit do not compare oth
iu impoitance with the discoveries of upt
e tal :ulning the .eiky Mountains."-- stit
. . Ilra. Ci
The Empress Eugeuio, as she sp
peared on the im p.:rial yaelht, aII h. Il
crowning point of the Suez eeleh
tion, is tiuj sketched s
'i sponet ent :- "-.it!O.ie, .. I
t all men spetkl( eOx n - I,.. I ; t ',
a but a flioe wa tio . w th mi,ia
- remarkable about Is, excpt, hecr gI
rious form and unos i i.sad grace o'
mmoement. Her eye-s ar ie ghi.ssy, and ,
f give, ut far.st tiight, tin imnpression that e .
sile Equiatts, wvhich is by no meni s -j
- H-er eyebrows aire a peculiarity seldom bra
I seen, but yet do not doerct frtn hor I
a good looks. Hfer inouthi is nieither prc
a iolas.,il nor Romnan, nlor of tany parti- tar
- oular lind. The upper li? is cut
I strtaigli across thle face, and' contains TI
.several seams in it as she speaks, whicL
,2 is never pretty. The under lip is ill- lar
, formned in every way. The mouth is
- positibly too tsrge, sud the way ita
i, exhibi's the teeth, when op-nta dora pai
e-Inot se(1n nico. Her nose, thouyj~h wt t
ii faultlss, daes not necssarily 00co1- soc
n manid critiaism. It is the narrow ni
r foreheid, the Mlassy, expressionless
eyeow i d tho coarac mouuth, which od
evoke- a critio': dislike, but thlose ob- wil
r ject1ils tue all lohst sight of when oneu of
e gozssa the miagninicont figure of the ori
e .0mposand tile glorious und ulationsi
- 'or le form. The diress she wore ex.
I pose~her boson) rather more thlan was ITo
OnrP.ItlIo NU'gF. PL.AN OrF
NANCa.-IL is understetad thlat Gene- 'O
ral 3lter will soon again bring for
wartlAhe plan of finance broanhed in
s hisodebratedseech of last Fbrus. 9
Y ry.'th-e prinipal feature of this odi
orlai thgration~ of.etcortietes ofpr
valu or reeback, rceivblefor
tarer and illegal tender for all debts, C
*pubbt arid privnte,seeptsueh of thetr
a formera sare specificulfy made p~'apa. gat
~,ble e specio. - n thes cortifieate of the
l svaluf the'Ote~rnment- Is nobt to ipromn
yisdoothr E*pres sly or impliedl., to',t
C py noh specie, buitio many "do'
yI ars,9 ta term which t lsla~ parte of tfnk
- the Giekeil' pla-to dhpive of any sig1
y ref'erstlk to a specie dolr- Laon- ama
y An ~ishan of Dunsore, Pa., on Ima
being bplied. to:.for his.*ignaturo on .1
a petiu~ n for "Free Cuba," exclaim- ar,
e eod "A IlW,kyWhalt y uwant 4 yon
wanittinlner cianady, a d git .Ctbs.
e Then,#en thy ecomie nother draft
4, wq poordivil will hive ut plaice to
f o to4, il not do it. e head, was
0. tion, n 'h8~ e v pagp~. *dt
a, gqer,. ~w~es a~ y rafl .
e 4,e GreCW J An l wh
dlerdo . thAN < u hwt.pda e~~l of
C. L'add1 Ahbe Is. old, torue
tried teaehe', and loserves the
09989e Ri. hq p bli4. .
eo the Notice of hor suppgaed to.
Aand for Salo-W. Ti'born.
oru Meal at Matthe'.
mport ant Sale--Tt L. Peay.
,OO Busbels Corn-.*. F lom.
,Morganltont, N. 0. /
Algs--Jas. R. Aikot
it. Zion Institute--l A,1 ood.
d,' Prideipal. '
ebsol fur Young dd}s,-- I
e.. :obange of S061Ie of. the
D.& A. It; R. -
S.dmuinistrators, Exfstors, Assig
a, and advertisers enerally,'and
inqluent subsoriborsr re quested
QteU in and settle geir accounts.
or the first of Jatiary many, of
so accounts will beblczced 'in the
ids of it collector.
teresting to LaWerla
. writer in the (hiiago L ga'l
we urges the hold '4Y "annual
stings of mombers The legal pro
ion from every pa of the United
tet for the discu on of law ro
ns, similar to mie ingi held by
a~bers of other lear d ptofessions
h in this country al in Pirope.
oroner hlawthorn id tit, inquest
toiduy, over the bit .of Mr. Green
rieoy, who was found dead on the
emont in front of BJrown's hotel,
ly yesterday tmording. The. ver.
t of the jury, was,(that the deeoas
came to his death 1by a fall from
third story window of Brown's
0i, while if] a fit of &irium. This
ortunate gentlemn as frnt :Madi
county, Kcptoky, apd lepd boon
,urning with u. but a shoot while.
)ugh a btronger, every 9ttentioun
shown -hin. The rolutt's 'nd
uds of the deco.;ed hive ha- o,
hy of this conamu. it. .
1o are glad to Mov that thor are
eta he-ides ou .ces, 4o look
n old ,lt. Zion as at first Olns, in.
ution. T':e following ii, fra4,mi the
rieston !' nrier
h' W. ZI( t . ,a i suto .at Vnn
S St t T ..
rt t' ,. l f I ,. l
ve " b i. 1 o'U." e of n r ett ("
adiscipliie, theL In)stitute tfoara
tty miuch to v~bt obtains in all h.
en sumuter' IVews.
rhis paper bast reoently been en,
red and furanshed with now, type
I ranks doservedly among the besi
acse it attnnunedt in its Inst Ir.
,that thet pubiertivtn of ant Origi.
Story, from tifo pe of the~ talent.
writer, Johnt WitIsesspoon Erwin,
I Ue commeced about the middle
January, to beo fullowed *by othe:
ginal atocries duimg the yet.r
qow is a good timeo to subscribe,
rmts $8.00 per year.--two. copiet
00. Addres~s Darr & Osteeb, Pro
otors, Suniter, S.&
)ar formei- fellow-citisen, Col. D:
ratt Aiken, so well knoWn through.
the State, has become jointe pro
prietor of the Rural Carolinian,.
enel A. will devote hisv time to
yeoing through he Sotfaites,
b~oneAt of the~ magauine.: ,, -
L. couple arrived at Mr. B~oa'b tHot
Suntday moraihng, unrder "verffo
rile Clroumsta'nces; ~ud *ere as.
ted rooms. Their wante being
le known, the Rev.. J. S Cdanor
sent for and the happy pale were
'wo inore ~japish tpa v
iD pors.; (thereao iepeeted.
'esterday was very-coi;l dtidr WInd3
n o.h . N.S a '
hala Qj o I ed m regoIdAo
~a~hnable again. .a a, * f*
cloud *t loetistg, aeten miled by
, ddfo4 floadred desde
n6V o 'sinaoe~ l
ortisto lourts are tq try abreo$
komie.sttthe fair pouuinne I
edito'a devil. W - te.-d m me, ,
refit,. We are poorer t han Job)'~ a.
fortu'iato tuirkey /iIW 'eTb'b r tgTmga
a cntoppt; -QOPenpalfrgng hen h?
gobbled. If wholo grocery stores
were selling for a blue posta e t;tp
apiece. we woul i, 1xya~ a (epity
mzankerel kit I I ritad ! Good ien.lgt
this paper dlown atd think wo rnoi
some othe r itliNil i.bI1 ''A .only
'two dollars and a haaIf, but a tho)usnzd
gueh trifles , ekop42,59'tyitrheis',
a. big thing for g z~oNpaper--enqaugh
to putlns firmly on '0 r 'fdet again.
Pay upi I'ayup!
Gen. D. II. Bill proposes to begin
on the kh of January, 18.70, the pub
lieation, in the city of tbtyrlo'tte, N.
C., a weekly newspapert be called the
Swhern Vnoservative. It is to be do
voted to the vindication of truth, of
Southern History, the preservation of
Southern Charaeteristids,'totb docl
optment of Southern Resources, under
the changedh relations otj64tp, ,ys.
tern, and theiadvancoaentof onthern
Interests in Agriodtoel .Mini g,
Manufacturing and the Mleohauio Arts.
In actditi->n to the so6ti liutjotIs
from the old corps of wtiters of "The
Lamdn Wre Dee L ," the servious will be
secured of thorough mon of-Slenee,
and of Praotioal Farmers, Minere. Mr
ohinlists, &c. _
Ct- Terms-$3.00 per, and uln, in
advaanoe. The rcmittanoes in every
oase must be by Cbeek,. P. O.' Order,
or Registered Letter.
The barn and stnblcs of Mr. Thu3
R Cockroll, near Blackstock, were
destroyed by fire on Thursdayrnight
last, to ether with his entire-crop of
c.>rn and f.,dder. About six' huudred
bushels of corn were burned. It was
wigh yrbr, difficulty the n.ule. were
s.ved. ,We hopo that ,o0o0undrol
iay b~ jJseteetrd and iieet bi just. re
Wom ei-a if G v. Scott will offer a
nw.ud rca, I te f p I-nI -iOt oi f tl e
i.- en. y ? ''uhe abou '- r t.lay.
South Carolina Conference.
'T'ljs 1.1v l- .-oiv.n, d at Ohes aw 8
(". Oti 'S'C 15' h t.t. 1t'hae 'rippoii+"
lid ti ,l 1 'i
II. a,. '
or, aifor a feav w.arka ihneaas . e
hlear es a Pail faniily to mournth
loss. Our rymnpathy is wite bh
Blaugh)1 Raw DouSIO!
We iijte the attention of our*
f amern, ind othern iuntere~t d, to thba
uahca tisei-eLt of Afr. J. N. 1I.b.,1
Sale Agent for thi Stg ~.for tb
'ale of t e above manure. We a
persaonalir cuainted 'with #J . Rob:
non, arid fee safe in IaI~gi \b hi
wol elin no artiolpt gehn 4n
AIMr. Ro0byn has had an expeonee '
thirty (80) yearn, and was among th
first~ who (otroduoLud Gu&*bolnto thi
-e J. l[. Cathoart oftWalo
the Agent for this Ditrit~.-'
The Ritside begins itse r1~ 40!o
umne with hn illustration rIi
nent oha rit id of . t tnagqsin
fot young people.. vlsgolei *h
famotts -bld of *M3obH 9
i1ves a strfting largopi6 - f
an~1 tells tbout Cowper M aptboa~
the ballad. Immediately aftbi 1f
ted' al f 'jbe beet of'od' the~6me
e noistolybth bif
thme )aptagepiby* oggy'
sorene laid k01KaOtuk7., M
Figtftha rpar(tf f1ttb~ tbr,
Jake' a dl~"Pal l
manutit of thie 'BlYe Pn~8,Pw
dtliglitfugy ibhu41id 6qg1ha
.try 0 lpwrekiock~ ~ g