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THE BAYONET ELECTION LAW-A
REPUBLICAN YIEW OF IT.
Th? Chicago Tribune, in an abie edi?
torial article, announces that it regards
tlie law for the regulation cf elections
by Federal bayonets as "of doubtful
constitutionality, and, as a party mea?
sure, a great mistake." After suronia
izing the provisions of the act, the
Tribune 8?y> >
'.This act rests upon the assumption
that Congress and the United State?
marshals and their deputies ?re more
competent to protect thc political liber?
ties of thc people thaii the people them?
selves. We have an election in this
city tvety lour yars, at which Presi?
dential electors, Governor and State offi
eera, twenty five members- of the G?re?
rai Assembly, twenty Aldermen, aud
ot..er officers, State and municipal, tc
the aggregate uu.nber of fifty, are ta be
At the same election we have to
choose one member uf Congress. Un?
der thc pretence of regula'ing the elec?
tion of this one member of Congress,
this act interposes the power of the
United S ates marshals to take posses.
?.ion of the registration books and of the
ballot boxes, with power to exclude any
other persons; with absolute power to
arrest any voter or any other person
objecting to their proceeding, and with
power to arrest the it specters of elec?
tion appointed ander the State law aud
imprison them, and to disregard any
anti every State or municipal law or
judicial process which might restrain
Though, nominally, this is to be done
with respect to the election of the mem?
ber of Congress, ii must affect equally
the elect iou of all the- other officer?,
State and local, voted (or at the same
time. Has Congress the right, or hav
ing the technical power, ought it thus
to attempt to take thc management,
coutrd, and regulation of election for
State aud local officers out of thc hands
of the people of the State 1 * * * *
But the cfk-'ct isf this legislation upon
tire publie mind is odious. It partakes
of the svirit of thc sedition laws enac?
ted unckr the first Adams, and intended
to perpetuate the power of the old
Federal party. It has a reactionary ef?
fect, and though the law may not be
resisted by violence, the popular feeling
inclines against that party which adopts
it. Under this law federal troops may
be employed to aid the marshals in en?
forcing their absolute control at the
polls, and thousands of zealous and
earnest Republicans, in all parts of the
country, will not hesitate tc denounce
such unnecessary and wanton interfer?
ence with thc Ireedum of elections. Five
voters in cat h precinct thus protesting
against such legislatiou would revolu?
tionize the political organization of ti e
Government in asiugle election.
J?utr suppo-e there should be a
change in the ascendancy of parties,
and that the duked States marshals,
and their deputies, and the inspectors
of elections, aud the military command
ers, and the entire machinery of this
bill, should be placed in the hands of a
Democratic administration, what then ?
How would these arbitrary and extra?
ordinary powets be exercised in those
districts where colored persons vote?
How would it theo be in New York
city ? How would it be in Chicago ? Im?
agine the entire election in this city,
the registration, and the polls, and the
ballot-boxes, and the counting of the
votes, delegated to two "invincible
Democrats," with power to arrest any
person questioning their proceedings,
and having authutity to order thc Fed?
eral s oldiers to clear the precinct of the
"naytrurs" or other Republican voters?
Do the Republicans cf Chicago or any
other part of the West or South want
to surrender their right to hold their
eh-ctions under State laws aud local
officers to irresponsible deputy marshals,
clothed with the most arbitrary and
extraordinary powers ? Yet that is the
law which Congress has just enacted,
and which upon a change of administra?
tion would confer these immense pow?
ers upon the Democratic party. We
protest against this law. capable as it is
of being abused to such a monstrous
extent, aud we think that, iu whatever
light it may be regarded, ita enactment
will prove a gra7c mistake.
The State of South Carolina.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
COUNTY OK SUMTER.
Danie/ E. /Cfffx ra. William E. I'lmnhn.
To WILLIAM E. PLOWMEN, Defendant in thia
"V^'Jl" ;iri-' hereby summoned and required to
J[ answer ibo complaint in tin* sction, winch
\f filed in tlie office of the Clerk of tuc Court ol
Common Picas tor thc said C?unty. and t'> serve
a Copy of year ans? er un tb? subscriber at bia
office.."Minster, Snath-Carolina, within twenty
day> after the service ot this summon - on you, ex
lu-ive ot ti.*- day uf ser rice.
If you fail f? answer thi-- complaint within the
time aforesaid, thc Plaintiff will take judgment
a^.inst you for the sum of Four Hundred and
Eighty One Dollars, wit ii Iceni rate of interest
from thc twenty sixth day of Janu-xrv, one thou?
sand eight hundred and seven?? one, and costs
anil disbursements necccsswy and iucideutto this
iMted sumter. ?.. C. Feboary 7th. 1871.
E. W. .MOISE, Plaintiffs Attorney.
To the D?fendant, William E. Plow.len :
T.ike notice, thai the summons und complaint
in this action were filed in the ?See of the Clerk
of the Court of Common Plea? for Sumter Coun?
ty und S?tate of South Carolina, on the seventh
?ay of February, 1S71.
E. W. MOISE, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Feb. 15 ?t
ThsTstate of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF SUMTE li-COURT OF
AwjuMmll. Tatum vs. William, E. iVwr
To WILLIAM E. PLOWDEN, Defendant fe. this :
YOU are hereby summoned and required to
an>-trer the complaint in this action,
winch is filed in the office of (he Clerk of the
Court ot Common Pleas ! <r the said County, and
lo serve a copy of y.iur answer on the subseque?
nt bis office. Sumter, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the fervice of this summons on
you, e.xi-lusive of M.e day of service.
If you fail to answer (bis complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff will take judgment
against you for tn? sum of twelve lmu<lr?d dol?
lar*., with legst rate of inter??t from th? first <\HJ
of Oct"! er, one thousand eight hundred und
seventy, and costs and d?.-bur?ctaeuts necessary
and incident to this action.
Pated ut Sumter. S. C. Kobnary 7, 1871.
E. W. MOISE, Plaintiff's Attorney.
To the Defendant, William E. Plowden :
Take notice that the Summons and Complaint
to thu action were filed 1st the office of Ute Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas for Sumter Coun?
ty ?r.d State of South IV ci ina on the seventh day
.f Fcbasry. 1871.
K. W. M<>I??, Plaintiffs Attorney.
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Jan 25 2m
ron SALB wt
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PHOSPHATE to iaeraase Iba yield from 051 BUNDEE!) IO TWO HUNDRED PER. CJOfc,
uf ?visa musa!*. - - - ' *- J ,
Mr. Geo. C. Dixon, an eat meat planter of Camara*, Qa, in a ?attmUlha "Banner * Planier,"
says that in aa expariamni with seven laadlag Sap*phc??hat?? aad Q aaa os, the WHANN'S
prored ltseirtb?besi ?Tail AO?? tried, paying a ?*t profit at tba la? saarkat rai? of $30 OS par
acre of eottoa. A ?way ?flfcr. P?tca?? Ma?jrltoalikarta^|^ll$i V, V V " ")
FOR SALE BY .M.
Chariettia? fk ft . t^^Sxu?tm? 0ft.
1 ?T7,7V 1 - iuaiasa> iji uPiu-,u??*v
. T ? i? " * .'>>a^aaW . '? i'/
OF THIS POPULAR FERTILIZER
BiS BEI REDUCED FOR THE IM (11871,
TO MEET THE NECESSITIES OF THE
AND HAS BEEN FIXED AT
CASH-Fifty Dollars per Ton of 2,000 lbs. at Factory.
TIME-Fifty-five Dollars per Ton of 2,000 lbs. at Fac?
tory, Payable 1st November, 1871, wit out interest.
WM, C. DUKES & CO.,
General Agents, CHARLESTON, S. C.
ELISHA CARSON, Agent for Sumter County.
?gr- Coll and see n,e at GUE KN & WAI SITS STOKE.
In addition to the Wando Fertilizer I am prepared to Furnish Planters the
For composing with cotton seed and oilier Plantation Manures."
Price jxr Ton of 200? pound* at Factory, $30 Cish. Oo time $35 per ton, at Factory,
parable 1st November neat, without interest.
ELISHA CAR SOX, Agent.
Feb I_ jf
Of* Practical Success.
Introduced in 1852. Patented Dec. 20,1859
OLDEST SUPER-PHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY.
Hitrogenized Super-Phosphate of Lime,
Bone?, Phosphate Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal Animal Matter aod
No Salt, Salt Cake, Plaster, Nitre Cake, nor auy Adulterant of any kind used.
?fiSt* The ammoniacal animal matter in Marrs' Xitmgcnixcd Super Phosphate of Lime consists
of th? flesh (containing 10 per cent. ?.f ammonia) and the blood 'containing IS per cent, of ammo?
nia) of Reeve*, Uv rte?, Fun ar. J other auiu>ar", after the expression of the fat and oil by Steam.
We annex the analyri* of Profesor Shepard :
Ammonia yielded by the organic matter.2.S4 per cent.
9 0? Insoluble Phosphoric Acid. 19.TS Bone Phosphate of Lime.
3.3S Salable Phosphuric Acid.5.4* Soluble Phosphate of Lime.
3.38 Soluble Phosphoric Ac. 1.T.::S l:..ne Phosphate of Lime dissolved.
7.20 Sulphuric Acid.Sulphate of L me.
An excellent ?% rtilizcr. ltc.-pectfu ly ?obniitted,
C. I*. SHEPARD, Jr., M. D.
Inspector <>f Fertilizer* for South Carolina.
Send for Pamphlet.
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
General Ag?:uts, 126 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
GEO. W. LEE,|Agcnt*at Sumter.
Feb g _3?
THE DICKSON COMPOUND,
MANUFACTURED BY THE
DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPANY.
TBE DICKSON COMPOUND it made on the formal.s used alsenstexdosirelj for several
year? past by Mr. Dickson upon h .? own farm, the bert Peruvian tii?to in liberal proportion
being used as a ba?? supplying ammonia. It ii? a happy combination ..fe." scotia! ingredients
fouod by earetal and gradual trial on Mr. Dickson'* part to be the safest and most reliable as well
as the most productive in crop? "fall fertilizers available to the planter.
The materials for its rcannfaetare are ?.arefnlly purchased by analysis or made at oar own works,
ander competent chemical advice, and the preparation ot the Compound v. couductcd with all
necessary care and aitenlion to ensure uniformity in qcalitj and value.
Kolbing whatever that is inferior is told from our bands.
A. WHITE, & CO
Agents at Sumter.
N?3W FAIL AND WINTER DR* GOODS!
;.CST OPENED AT
STOLL, WEBB cfc GO..
Nos. 287 AND 289 KING STRUTT,
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE.
We beg io inform ?ar friends, patrons and all citizens of Samter, and the adjoining coontie
that ?a have opened a large
AT KO. 2S9 KWG STREET,
next dcor to oar letail store, where we will show a fall assortment of cheap DRY OCODS, at the
lowest Iguree for cati or city acceptance.
This arrangement is especially convenient for country bayer?, both ladies and gentlemen.
1st. Select all your piece gcods at wholesale ; then visit tho retail store and have alt of your
goods peeked io one box.
We goa rac tee to etiow tb? largest stock ami at jost as tow fi go res as can be found ia the cit/.
Be sore and examine oar stock (before yon make op your bill) at No. 2S9 King street.
STOLL, WEBB i C8.
Ma. Jo? G. ADA*-? is with ss, and will be always on hind, ready to give hi? friends sad se
4 a ait lances every attention possible.
Respectfully, STOLL, WEBB k CO.
Sept 18- ?tn
FOR THE CURE OF ALL FORMS OF
Dytpeptiav/^?^/^? gestion, Be
Apffwatlata ta all earn ?sera a Teak is required; and for those ftsjemiag tres? Acnes
?*-' " ? ? tK"n?"- Ita*?.,* " W. H. cB*m * co
207 East Ba?, Chartestoa, 8. C.