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Saturday Morning'July 11, 1871.
T. ROSS ROBERTSON, Editor.
SW Correspondence solioted from every
section of the country.
Our colunms are open to all for a free
discussion of any principle, theory or ide'a,
but We are in n'o way responsible for the views
or opinions of correspondents.
To the entire country, from Dlaine
to California, the ,re-nomination of
Greeley and Brown, by the National
Democratic Convention, commends it
self as a' most aispiolous ovent, and
will be hailed as the harbinger of bet
ter days by ever lovey of reform and
good government, be he Democrat or
Republican. With almost perfect
unanimity, the Democracy have o
cepted the hand of peace and recon
ciliation proffered them by the assem
blage of honest Republicans at Cin.
cinnati, and to accomplish the great
aim of reform, it only remains for
these two elements to throw into the
campaign their whole energies and
resources, and by a united effort on
their part, 'the overthrow of corrup
tion and despotism 'can be easily ef
The action of the Democratic party:
in their LNational Conven'tion, is en
tirely satisfactory, we believe, to
three fifth-of the voters of the Union,
and meets with the approval of nine
tenths of the members of the party.
The tendency of the times demanded
such action, and we rejoice to know
that this demand has been so fully
anf completely satisfied. The voice
of the people called for the nomina
tion of Greeley and Brown, and it
has been heeded. The work has been
well done, and quickly done, in a
statesmanlike and dignified manner,
and the issue now squarely presented
to.the country is whether corruption
shall continue to rule, or reform
achieve a triumph. Shall Grant, the
miserable demagogue, be again chosen
to preside over the destinies of this
great nation, or shall Horace Greoloy,
the honest incorruptible patriot, be
'elevated to a position whiolrhas bean
'graced, except in the past Jew years,
by men 'who guarded most sacredly
our grand old constitution, and de
fended from insult the honor of our
flag ? This question must be answer
ed one way or the other by the peo
ple. IThere are no side issues.
Every path that leads from Greeley
inevitably goes in the direction of
Grantism, and every man who does
not vote for ,Greeley, gives that much
support to 'Grant. The contest is
now definitely narrowed down to-.
tween these two personages, and ad
inits of no other departure.
We nail to our mast-head td-day
the names of Greoloy and IBrown.
We have previously committed our.
selveg to their caune, but as the repre
sentative of :a bensocratic people, and
privileged to rpeak in their behalf, we
i-efrained from a popular expression
of preferences until the voice of the
party had gone forth.
In the present campaign we can
oearcely hope to carry this State for
but weoan accompls uchdidas
cours6 shape'l in the, interests of
peace and modeAration, making there
by no capital which might be effec
tively used i'gainst u's by our wily and
uscrupulous e'nemies. O'ur advice.
then to our people, if we may i>e per
mitted to offer it, is to esobe,t politics
altogether for the present, iemain
jeaiceably at home, and pursue thoir
usuat ivocations, in the endeavor to
build up their material intereste, and
advance the prosperity of our. own
State. We are poWerless to help the
friends of r6fo'riand we had better act
so as not to do anything that would
*jeopardize the cause, in the success of
which there is everything for our ul
~timate good. If our moral support
can be of avail in scouring a victory
for Greoley, let us by all means give
It without stint. In his eleoti'on "e'
our only political salvation, ';n4 lie*
the event of his defeat, w8 l ust ppe
pare ourselves to receive th#tnaligni
ty of a vindictite and t rannical ad
The friends of Dr. Greeley will be
pleased to hear that tte White House
is undergoing repairs. It is to be hqp
ed that everything will be put in *a
ple.pie order for the great farmer's in
stallation in March next. No vestige
of illegal n ilitary odupation will be
allowed to remain, and the servants,
will have to lay off their tawdry
livories if .they desire to hayo the
privilege of brushitig the 'famios o1d
. lominntloni .
Mr. Aditor. Please annottuce Mr. J. R.
IIOYLES as a candidate for Sheriff at the
ensuing election, and oblige his
MD Y FRI9N)9.
The hot solar rays that ripen the harvests
generpsto nanny distresning diseases, If the.
liver be a1 all predisposed to irregularities,
this is the season in which bilious attacks
may be anticipated. A weak stomach, too,
is weakest in the summer months, and the
loss.of vitality through the pores by ex
cessive perspiration is so great,, t11At .., a
wholesome tonic, combining also ,the .pro.
perties of a t usive stimulant and gentle,
exhilarant, is in many cases necessary to
health, and under no circumstances should
be dispensed with by the sickly and -de
bilitated. Of all the pi eparationq iptended
th'as to refresh, sustain and fortify the hu
man frame, there is none that will compare
with liostetter's Celebrated 8tomaoh Bit
ters. . They have been ireighed in the bal.
ance Qf experience and n t found wanting,
have been recommenled from the first as a
great hedcinal specific, not as a beverage,,
and in spite of interested opposition.. from
innumerable quarters, stand, after twenty
years trial, at the head of all proprietary'
medicineg intended. for.the prevention and
cure of all ordinary cornplaint. cf thet
stomich, the liver, the bowels, and the
nerves. In the unhiealthy districts border.
ing the"great rivers of California, liostet..
tor's Stomach Bitters may he classed as the
standard pne for every species of intermit
tent or remittent feqer. The. people who.
inhabit those districts, piace the most im.
plicit confidence in the prcparalion--,a con
fidence that is increased every year by the
results of its operatioi.
As bitters, so called,,of the most perni
cious charnoter. are springing ap lie fungi
on every side, the put lio is hereby fore.
warned against the dram-shop frauds. Ask
for liostetter's Batters, see that the label,
etc., are correct, and remember that the
enuine article is never sold in talk, but in
Time.and dtlightened expirience .have
shown that certain substanoesfgrmerly used
nd relied ,. 4, tueaQal practice, are un.
necessary and dangerous ; yet some of
these subslitn.tes have fqund their way into
medical compounds.- Du. WALSRn'S CAL
FOnNIA VINEoAR lIrTTERs, however, contain
nothing injurious, being composed exclu
sively of vegetable substances from Call.
fornia. For all dlisor;ders of the livepr, kid
neys, bladder, skin, and digestive ,organs,
and for purifying the blood, they are the
most wonderful remedy known.
. e Strayed,
IROM the subscriber about the middle of
last May a pale rcd Mich (ow with
slhm horns, the only, distinct mark recol
lected is a cut or scar about four or five
inches longnear the root of the tall. I will
liberally reward any-one who will deliver
her to me at Winnsboro or give me such
information as wiltlie'ad to her recovery.
July 11 E. W. OLLRVER.
-At Private Salem
- TilE ifell-known three
story, brick .residence on
Main or Congress Street,
next to corner of Liborty Street, contain.
log twelve upright .rooms. For particu
lars apply at this office.
TIlE PROPERTY knuowu as
CONRNO. I, is now pifered for
-sl.Passession given o'n or prier
to January 1st-.1973. Terms esy. Apply
at this office or to the-ndersigned.
jnse26 U.. DEPORTES.
BOOT AND SHOE
HAVING procured the
very best Mechanics in
the country, L feel war
ranted in aying that I
can furnish as neat BO'OT
or 81h0E ad an.t Sheop
* .- in the south. All work
warranted to give satisfaction.... My Shop
'is next door to F. Gerig's Saddlery. n ,
1,mari19 8. M. GILBERT.
Fresh Soda Edinburg Pio Nio Crackers
and WVine Biscuit, a nice assortment of
French Candies, 1?resh Cocoanut Cream,
Plain Candies, all kinds. Also Jellies ini
Goblets, Tumbatlera and 2 pound Cans. Desl
ecat ed Cocoanun, Pickles, Sardines, Oranges,
api 18 0. A. WJHITE.
I Car "oa&a White Brano. drot'
800 bushels mixed Oats,
100 baslbel8 bolted Meal.
50 barrels new St. Louis 1ldu
100 sacks new A[ignsta Fleat,
25 lits M A
80,barrel , f by 8ru
15,000 lbs. Whit d Smoked BIab,
Lard in Cane and _egs,
8 heroes O. W. Tbonas & ,Co's 6olde1
10 sacks 3ava, Lagaayra and Rio Cofee,
4 liokes genuine Italian Macoaroni,
%est Gunpowder, Green Tea;
Sugars of all grade...
&aoked Pickled Tongua ea Dried beef,=
Pickled Salmon and Shad,.
o:nilny, Rie .
English drackers, assorted,
English Piokls, assot'te;
low Moulds, 8tee Iron Nalls Mule
floes,I8paAes, Soreis, Trice Chalns,
And a large stok of Booe and 8hoes.
Call and examine our ito
We have just reeeiv
ed a liandinome lot bf
Goods, Which *we E
offering for b
bal ad Examfia.
Oul* kntir3 al.ocka
of Lenos, Japanesel,
Grenadineg, trad oth
Will be bff'er d Rt
Strictly east fticed
li'oin this daje for ih
LADDBROS &C U
. nIons ! ions!
AND iia R9OTA reoeied
-fo sale. TT A Co.
"Where to a gr the SUaM.
SPARIJNBURG, 8. 0.
IN LACE will be open
ithe lOth ayof
qq, liel.of.his ater
are nt ez Y m ht numefoils
" otidettul eurig -bi's. een effected by
use of this Wat6i,+I' satisfied thAt
t)lilii tk place for all whose obniltion can
be Improved by the salubrious oharacter of
,.OOM large.and pleasant. Good
.ttentive servat,s. TABLS supplied t
the bes$ the agark4 affotdb. Fancy Balls
during, the siammer.- Ten Pin. Alley, Bij
llard sid Btatelib Tables, for the-amuse.
peot of guesta,a. Charges per day, $2.50;
per week, $1800; per month. $8500.
Gottages to rent at $26 00 and $50 00 per
season. Hacks daily from Jonesvillej after
the 26th June. W. D. FOWLEA
june 6 imo Proprietor.
T h,a .ota ,,
18 a PURS OHINRB84L&CK TEA, with
the Green Tea Flavg. .
July 4 U. 0. DESPO''ES & Cb.
24 sacks fne n'ew Four.
20 b1s. Lini.
Rugar, Coffee Tea andaLacon.
The Flour will be sold under.
'the mnarket price t diose up
sr their Stock
bonsistng'f ?oplins,, Japi.
niese .CIothp, .Lawns, Piques,
&c,AT CdhT &i CASE Cus.
Pi-ices on 81tdmel. Clothing,
Cassimeres, Linens, Hats, &o.)
red&Al~ frode this dadt.'
,Special att.ention called ,to a
~t of Gent. Hand-Sewed Shoes,
(Oxford Ties and, C~ongress
ahoqs,) ofetrg at $4.6 and
J. 0. nOaN
Use just received a large and splendid
assortme't 6f D'y Goods, Ladles 'Dross
Goods, Notions, Fancy Goods, Shoes, &o.
* Also fresh Groceries, Bacon, Flour,
Mackere, Lard, Meal, Grist, Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, Syrups and fresh Kerosene Oil.
Q'Rs. O&a. .BOA.,
-Fionaaie )lI ner,
Wishes to infori h&a0 friends and patrons
that she has J'tdpened a full stook of the
latest stylos,-of'.Hats, 'Bonnets, * Ribbons,
Laoes, Flo idrs, &c., and .111, as hereto..
fore, use every effort to p easo the most fas
tidious. Orders will r y910 cai'eful andi
prompt attention: '.Bridal and Mourning
Bon ets, made to order. Also'latest styles
Ohigbons, SwitchEs, Fancy Jewelry, La
dies Tyep, &o. spl 18
NEW AND'ATT#AC IVE
.A.2: ?iari ma1 t
MRS. LAUDERDALE has just returned
from New York and Baltimore with a
very full and varied stock of Millinery, La
dies Hate and Bonnets, trimmed and un
trimmed, Ribbons, Flowers, Ruohes, Laces,
Edgings, White and Colored Piques, -Mus..
line, White and Colored Japanese Cloths,
Lenos, Colored Silk Poplins, 'Gronadians
and Percales Crape, Linen and Lace Col
lars. Stamped Gown and Chemeise Yoltes,
Frilling in all varieties, Bustle sirts, Cor
sets, Gloves, Parasols, Umbrell a, Hand
kerchiefs and Hosiery, Linens and Spring
Calicoes, Ladies and Gents Shoes and Gal
ter,'BraldChignon. and Switches. Also a
full line in the Grocery department, as well
as Hardware, Crockery, Tinware, Statiow
ary, School Books and Medicines. Should *
you need more light call for Lamps, Petro
leum and Candles,
apl s D. LAUDERDALL!.
- - 'ams ! Hams !
ONE Tierce of Sugkr Cured Canvassed
Hauts in sbore, and for ealelow for cash.
june 29 BEATY & BRO.
1 Cat load C!orn,
18,000 IL,. Flour in Darrels and saoki,
8,000 lbs. Bacon and Bulk Meat,
150 Bushels meal,
Sugar and Coffee, different grades,
A prime lot W. I. Molasses,
1 Barrel Fresh Petroleum.
'OR SALE BY
NEW ARHWA LS,
3. D, McCARLEY'S.
1 Barrel df- Old Cabinet Rye, 1860,
1 Barrel Blackberry lirandy.
1 Barrel Ginger Brandy,
Ramey's Scotch Whiskey.
Stuart's Irish Whiskey.
Also, a good Nidok of Groceries, consist..
leg of Sugas,-.Cofee., Rice, Molasses, Bai
eo, I,ard, Breakfast strips, Sugar Cured
Shoulders and H~ea, dJars, Pink Eye, Ear.,
ly Rose, Goodrich and Peach Blow -Pota
toes. jan 8
I RESPECTFULLY in.
,, form the. ciisens of
Y ibero and Fairfield District, that I have
hand a fdll assortment of Watch.
se, Jewelry, Clocks, Spectacles, &o., and
Will sell-at the lowest -prices, and would
respeelfblly ask the continuance of the.
patronage of my old friends and customer.,
All goods warranted as represented. I am
prepared to do all kind of Watch and Jew-. .
uiry work and have always a good stock of *
good material on hand, and will guarantee
satisfaction, All work warraotedf.
--beu ,CAALES MULLER,
- bod dot froin VoL Rion's OM..,