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posed union Uion the candidate, a
union so sudden, so compaet, and so
earnest, as to surprise its friends and
to confound its enemies. [Applause;]
,Which comes as the winds come ;
which to borrow a figure, overwhelms
the ordinary currents of .publio
opinion as the great storms always
run to the stirface currents. What
means all this ? There are sonie
things gentlemen it does not moon.
It means no abandonment of .what is
true, of what is just, of what is good
In human gnvsrbment. [Anplause.]
It means no Union of the dead upon
dead issues, but a union of the living
upon the living.issues of the present.
It moans no union for the spoils of
office. [Applause.] But it means a
union of men with the same faith
upon the great and paramount issue
of the present hour-a frank, manly,
honorable, and equal union of men
who have the sagacity to see and the
moral ourage to accept the situation.
["Good," "Good," and loud cheer.
ing.] It means a union of men who
have the sagacity to see what is past
and to deal with the issues of the
present, and for tho future to do their
duty to their country, their God, and
their follow men. 'I'le issue to-day
is not the repeal of the Missouri Com
,promiso, nor the question of slavery
in the Territories, upon which alone
the Iepublioan party was organized
in 1858. It is not upon that
which followed hiren the Lecompton
- Constitution, for Kansas divided the
Democratic party in twain and elected
Ala ama Lincoln to the Presidoncy
in 1 'O. It is not the question of so
cession, nor of war to put down the
rebellion, nor the abolition of slavory
in )he States by military order or by
o#stitutional amendment upon which
Mr. Lincoln was re-elected in 1864,
nor yet is it the question of recon
truction, the 14th or 15th amendments,
nor the question of negro suffrage,
nor the establishment by federal
power of universal negro suffrage as
a condition precedent to the States
of the South having rights or any
existence even as States in the Union.
It is none of these questions that
is now in issue ; all these have been
issues of the past-great issues
sufficient in themselves to create and
dissolve political parties, b'oause
ideas are stronger than men or par..
ties ; but they are all past issues, they
have been fought out and fought to
the end in the forum or in the field,
and they are no more in issue to-day
than the Mexican war or the war of the
rebellion, (applause). We could not
reopen them if we would, and they
falsely misrepresented our purpose
who say that we would ro-opeg
them if we could. This great union,
therefore, means no stops backward,
tcheers.] Forward, is the word,
loud cheering] and first of all it
moans to-day for all the other States
of the South-.what it has already done
in Missouri. Instead of proscription
test oathd, suspension of the habeas
corpus and military despotism, it
m.eans the personal freedom for the in.
.'ividual and Rpublican good for all.
:Lo.ud applause.] Instead of negro
supremacy, upheld by proserption and
the bayonet, it moans equal rights
to all men, white as well as
b)lack. [fLoud applause.] Instead of
thieving Governments organized to
plunder subjugated States, it means
the dominance one more of intelli
gence and integrity. Instead of
strife, hate and robbery, it means
ju.stice, liberty. po'ao, loyalty, good
will, and, gentlemen, for our whole
country, East, West, North, and
South, it means instead of a war
President, trained only-in a military
school, and whose wh~ole characer has
been formed in the ideas, arts, habits
and despotism of milItary life ; in
stead of this,- it means the election of
a peace President [cheers,] trained in
the ideas, arts, blessings and repub.
lican simplicity peace and universal
freedom. [Loud cheers.j Of a peace
snot enchained, of a liberty not under
arrest, awaiting trial,' sentenoe and
execution by a drumhead dourtmnar
tial ; but that liberty and pea'ce which
the Constitution secures by placing
the civil law above the sword, by.pre
serving.in full regard the sacred writ
of habeas corpus and by the right
of .trial by jury. -A pplauso.J It
means another thing, and perhaps the
most Important of them all. It
means to arrest the centralization of
power in the Federal Government.
Loud oheers.j It is to assert the
vital prin'ciple of our Rlepublican
d.ystem in whiqh it means and has its
very being *tha6 OonstItutions are
mnade,by the people In their soverign
-oepaoity, for.the expres.purpose of
fdigand limitag the powers of
ernmn[ .[Al:use,] pors of
GWeieleltseStat or atinal.
It means that we are determined that
Presidents and Governors, Congress
and State Legislatures, and every de
partmnent of tbo Government shall
obcy. the Constitution. [Prolonged
Mr. Doolittleeonoluded, gentlemen,
I have 'thus briefly. stated the situa
tion, the dutips. the purposes
which bring us here. A great re
sponsibility. rests upon this ..Cpnven
tion, if its aotion . shall be 'such, I
doubt not it will be, as to put in and
end this misrule which fcr tho .past
few years, afflicted our beloved coun
try, this generation and' generations
to come after us will remember
with ripdo and gratitude the Conven
tion at, Baltimore of the 9th of July,
1872. [Amid loud and continued
applause, Mr. Doolittle took his
Stnlped to Death by i lIofme.
The Liberty (Va.) News says that
Mr. Thomas N. Lee, living near
Claramont, in 13edford county, lost a
little boy last weelk by a kick from a
vicious horse. Some horses got into
a lot of oats and the little fellow, who
was about five years old, without
being told went to drive tt'em out.
Among them was a mare with a colt,
which was attacked by a dog. The
imaro became vicious and stamped the
child on the head crushing in the
skull. le lingered several days and
'died on last Sunday'morning.
Doort, Sashes, Blinds, &c,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
No. 20 llayne Strec and loribeck's Wlarf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
- This is the largest and most com
plete factory of thte kind in the Southern
States,'and all articlea in this line can.be
furnished by Mr. P. P. Toal at prices
which 'defy competition.
8&- A pamphlet with full and detailed
list of all sizes of Doors, Sashes unid Blinds,
4nd the prices of enoh, will be sent free
and post paid, on application to
P. P. TOALE.
July 11-1y Charleston, S C.
Ole Set Scotch Harness,
H AND SEWED---STEEL I3ITS-Orna.
ncntrd. Value $50.00-for sale at
$35 00 Call and see. By
may 25 . U. G. DESPORTES & CO.
lONS1STINO in. part of Bureaus, Bed
U steads, Bedroom Setts, Chairs; Walnut
Writing Desks, something new for this mar
ket; Solid Walnut Book Caser,, . ardr3bes,
walnut and stained, Walnut at I Marbletop
Taibles. for parlor, Saloon. Tables,. Sofas,
&c.. We are determine.d to sell, and sell
chteap for Cash.. Those who wish bargains
will do well to call, see and buy..
'-Let those now buy who never bought
And these who always bought, now buy
Of that new and elegant Furniture, low for
apl 27 McINTV'RE & CO'S.
Candy S Candy I
Fancy Cocoanut Cream, Coeo#nut Bars,
Cocoanut Str-ips, Sweet Chocolate .Dessi.
cated Cocoanut, Rock~ Candy, fted and'
Yellow ; Fancy Plaited Mint Candy, Ameal-.
can Mustard and Sniced Oysters.
. U. 0..DESPORuTES & CO.,
apI 30 Corner No. 1.
A L.ARGE supply of halt galldo and quart
?FruitJ Jars. Also Finest Gun Powder
Tea, hlyson yea, Black Tea and Japan 'fea,
always for sale liy
june 16- MceMASTER & DRtICE.
Kerosene 013 1
T WO barrels extra fine N~o. 1 lerosene Oil
to band. Warrantedl 110 Ftre Tost.
June13U. 0.DESPORTE & CO.
Candy ! Candy t
1)[CKL158, Green Corn, fresh Toma'ttos,
SBalmaon and Lemons.
Bed Cast ings, Bed-Rgllers,'Table Whoe.
Asserted Pad Looks, and Moulding.
apI 18 19JeINTYftE & CO.
Spool Thread ! Spool Thread !!
BEST Thread for Sewing.}iaohines and
Bequal to floats' for -the' hoedle at 90
cents a desen. '' ( -,
feb 21 M'IMABEr&n A nurrt
- 'XW ADvRTIOElw.
Now at work, or looking for somenew book,
will miss it if th.y do not at once write for
eiroulart of tlbo best selling books publish
ed. Extraordinary inducements offered..
Profits more than double 'non-y. Outfit
free. Address, F. M. R1xx, 139 Eighth
St., New YorJc.
Aghts Wantd-for the Lives of
Grant 1 Graeley I
WILSON I BROWN I
And ihe leadiug men of all parties. Over
40 Steel Potralis. Just the book wanted by
the masses everywhere. Agents meet with
wotulerful suoaess. Send for ciroolar and
ceonre territory at-onco. Address ZIEG.LER
& Mo0UdDY, 5303 North Sixth Street, St.
Presidential Campaign Book
Every Citizen Wants 1. ,
Aleo, for CAMPAIGN GOODS. Address
Qoodpeted's Empire Publisiling house,
New Orlearas, Cincinnati, St. Louis.
Rockbridge Alum Springs,Va,
OPEN JUNE 16th, 1872.
The proprietor offers additional attractions
this season. New, elegant and spacious
Drawing and Ball Rooms, beautiful lawns,
exquisito air and scenery, while, the waters
of tlese spe,ial springs invariably relieve
Consumption.- Sorufula, Bronchitis, Dys.
pepsin and Diarrhca, and are fot sale by
leading Druggists overywhere. Ready no
cessible via Chesapeake & Ohio R, it. Stop
at, Dos'-vn Depot, where coaches will be in
waiting. Pamphlets on ap} rioation. JAMES
A. FRAZIER, Propriltor.
DO NOT FAIL
While on your Summer Excursion North to
secure ope of. the
Sr'WART 000K STOVES
With its special meuts, Roaster, Ilak.
er and Broiler. Stove ad Furniture
carefull j packe afe shtpnent.. Booka
eents,on application. FULLERl, WARREN
& CO.. 23U Water St., New York.
ew Turtsine is in general use .
throughout the U. 8. A'-el itioh
is used by ..the Government in
Emo the Patent"ItlIce, Washington,
D. C. Its ainplicity of Construe.
If tion and the power ittransmita.
ienders it the beat water wheel
ever itivented. 4Pamphlet free.
N. F. BUIRNIIAM, York, t af'
]I a powetal Tonfe, specially
gdapted for use In Summer, when the Lan
gnid and.Dobiliti ted systim needs strength
and .vitality ; itiwill give -vigor to the feeble,
strength to the weak, animation to the do.
jected, activity to the sluggish, rest to the
weary, quiet td the nervous, and health to
It Is a SouthAmerlcan plani., which, ac
oording to the niedical and scientific perlo
dials 9f LondOntnd Paris, possese the Moat
Powerful baloniropertliea known toMateria
31ledlca, and isgeyll knownt in its native
couptry as having wonderful ourative quali
tIes, aund has bbcn long used as a Specific
in all cases of Impurities of the Blood, De
ranggme,t qf the.'Liver and Spleen, Tumors,
Dropsy,. Povertuj of the Flood.. LDebility,
WYeakness of the Intestines, Uter-ine or Uri
nary Organs. ..
Dr, Well'sExtract ofiJurubeba
Is strengthening and nourishing; like nu
tricious food, tpkea Into the stomach, It as
simulates andhtjif'uees itself throiggh the
circujation.. giviny vigor. and-be.d1th.
*It regulates the Blowele, quiets the nerves,
acts directly on the Secrot ire Organs, and
by Its powerfuil TONIC and restoring ef
feets,-p).oduceslicalthy and vlgorous ac
tIon of tlle sykterno.
- JOHN Q KELLtOG,
18 Platt St., N. Y., Sole Agent for U. 8.
Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for.oir-.
i6'lar. July 2
ON'E barrel:qf Pure Cider Vinegar. .
5.) U.G(. DESPORTES &CO.
, Sa'Aa'fAxuno- DISTaIOT,)
Opes 6tit Pli.; the ohespest Female Col
lege in the.Boeth ; closer-last of Noveniber;
ten-Calender Sionths; Vacation inathe Wia
ter ;Fall Terns begins -le1. of :July ; Board
from $10 to,$12;- 'Tulon, $4 ; Music, $4
..r Month, Nd EiTaAs; D o ohargs for Tul
ton ~of da ~iers of Ministers of the Gos
el or Sol4d, killed in Battle,, --
ev us W~ApriWufn,./
l' boU and E mor,.
W B" oJ * j'we'l-- and -"Iver
'sigm? t yior en4pqDotwcal
Metal,g 4 afg Wfude,,
Mirto8e. 2 For mald-by
aeji 6 A MoJITYRS & C0,
Charlotte, Colun4bia and August,
CoLUNIA, March 29, 1872.
HE "following Passohgbr Sobedule will
go into effect on this Road on and after'
Suunay, blarch 01.
DAY TRAIN-GOING NORTf(.
ieave Atagusta, at 8At as
" Colaihbia, S. C., 11.46 aml
' Winnsboro, 1.62 p in
" Chester, 8 81 p in
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 6.10 p m
DAt TRAIN-0os0 SoUTu.
Leave-Charlotte, N. C. at 7.10 a mi,
" Ohester, 9q -n
" Wnnsboro, 10' 4 a in
" Columbia 1.15 p m
Arrive at Augusta 6.16 p in
IlOhIT TRAIN--QOINO NORTHI.
Leave- Augusta 6.80 p in
"" Columbia 11.10 p in
" Winnsboro, .1.10 a in
" Chester, 2.89 -a m,
Arrive at Charlotte, 6.00 a no
NIoGHT TRAINe-OOlN SOUTH.
Leave'Charlotte, 7.25 p in
" Chester; 9 28 p m
"t Winnsboro, 11.82 p m
" Columbia, . '1.49 a.im
Arrive at Augusta, 6.30 a in
E. P. ALEXANDER, Supt.
E. R. Doasar, Genot al Ticket Agent.
,ron niid Steel.
PLOW MOULDS and a large lot of 11 ,rd.
wayo. Also Turpentine Soap, Plaid
Osnaburgs and Brown liomespuns.
fob 1 McMASTEIt & LiRICE.
ATS and Caps, Shirt Fronts, Ladies
Cuffs and Collars, Handkerchiefs,
Gloves. Hues, &o., just received by
feb 20 McINTYRE & CO.
ONE more chest of that fine UNCOLOR.
ED JAPAN TEA, which has given
such universal satisfaction wherever used.
Give it a trial.
feb 27 , EATY BRA
JJay and Corn.
6f "tales Timothy.
8(t, Rushols 'rimo White Corn. Just
received and will be sold low for cash.
apI 80 13EATY & BitO.
1?JIL LION8 Dear TestIue.ny.to Iheir
WVenderfIsi Curative EIBecl.
Vinegar Bitters are not a' vile Fostcy
Drink, Made of Peor Rums, 'Whiskey,
Proof Spirits and Refe Liquors, doc
tored, spiced and .we.tened to 'lbas the taste,
called " Tonics," ", Appetisss." " Restoresb," .:c.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness .and"rue',
but are a true Medicine, =Wae from the ,Native
Roots and Herbs of Ualifornla, firee frint all
Alcoholic - Stimnulants. They are the
GRA LO UlIII n
LIE IIN PLNCPE,a efie
Reovtr ndIvioatr fth ysem ary
Jn alL5, pooos at.n etor tHtCowLi)ne l.oo
toaILthyIondi n D No eson c.aae these
DitesVodrigto dirtins andfemants.
unea proieter ns are o viestroyd
Dr in,al pison o oter Rms,-n thsey,ta
oan stedi beynd thefpoint Liquopar,dc
Tey arle ad setene Pugto v as telt
bue a Tnue posesisine, alsdo the atiare
Rt,s anng bs oefu Vagenta fnreeie frongall
Aloo Iniamationth Lhe andofae the
VGseAT Organ. .'KIII and A
:LItFE i AIIN PECRINPLET, awhethe:
in ng or piou maer angrestrn the odo
tomnodo ahal condi,ion. of pierson cane thes
-itters Inaccorintor dirtosdreain Rhea
bynerals pon Gethe Deansa tor vital
miesTion, posing,so,Rethe t ulandri
Inatrigen asepo eraent iseae thne.
De rInmaiond.L r of thedLiver and ofat,h
iQji PEPIAJ .COR - ,LNTON,ter
inyengoche, iedorsngi,a the dawnen-Cugs ofht
thom o or Bad athe n oflftheseoth, Bit-u
a- hunrd othne yu syptm C arehe of
maprin aof Dyspp t,a Dy-pae n
ThgeytIon,igorateth 8tomiach andstnatth
toirpi iend Bowers, whisheses t~ heo .
unequaelllprdued byay nama=u thegslood of l
tlestm,. v e -rgi-a
FOJ DYSKEI' IA ES, iEtoSTette,
Headache, Paiithe, Shouls, Pimpes, Pust.a
nessso arbsno Ding-Woms, Board Hrelad,n Bof
tve tnme adr Taste in th pot, iiu
Atacs l'alprtduto of ther Inomma oeo
thutes Lungsting thronh the kidayn Pps,d
aohureed theggiphinnutheymptnas aleanhe 06
KeThe ibvior,atd the eah of sthe te
t.piN, Live and otel Whrees, uhmngf
uequalld ys namzsngbbodofalis
BOJ ALL~ DibSEGSET, ArNDpDBAss.Tetr
, Rhan Dccc~Sos,Pmls utls
oisfarbn 1gWom1Scl ea,Sr
NEWS AND HRL
flawe latefy made large additions to their
And are now prepared to execute in the
- 'osL4rs, 0.o
's Chaasan behad Anyt 5