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THE FAIRFIED HERALD Po
WINNSBORO, S. I. N
Wednesday Morning, Oct. 21, 1808. '"
Dosportes, W11llIamis & Co., Propm wi
UNION AN') PiEAl.m
For President. po
11ON. HORATIO 8EAMOR31,
For Vice-President. -
1101N. FRANK P. IlA111 0
OF MISSOURI. h
It is too early,for the wisest to von-. P
LirO to indicato the policy the wlitos "
of the tn Soutlictn States dhould pu- ri
suo, in' viow of the probability of P(
Grant's election. viatovor they 0
havo (10110 inl the presont canvaws J
however, bo it over rmembered, thy ri
have dono by invitation of their Da- bi
mocratic friends at the North. The ti
responsibility' for Lhie . courso of tho b
0anvass upon both sidos, and for its
result, belongs oxclusivoly to tho
North. As a correspondent from
Now York portinently writes in the 8
Charleston Mr-cury, "the Northorn
Democrats oonsidored it policy to
bring Southern men proimliletly for
ward at the Convention in New York," II
hoping, doubtloss, thuis to gain, by an it
appeal to-tho Union foling and mag- a
nalimllity' of the Northern people. p
-But wlhon the Radicals gave so artful 1
a turn to the carvass, as apparently to %
rouso the vindictive passions and tle
fears and approbonsions of tile North- i
ern people, many, North and South, p
fancied that a blunder had been coml- t
mitted. But lot It be at the door of g
those who committed it. It was no f
blunder of the South. In everything al
the South deferred to the judgencut ti
of the North. a
WO ourselves now doubt whether r
there has been any blunder, however,
at all. Tlhe argument, if it can bo o
called one, of tile Radical party isa o
porfo 0satiro up6n the intelligonco of d
the Northern nasses, if it really con- %
vinced, thoml and conmmnnded thir 8
votes. We can scarcely believe it. a
86 wo attributo tile success ofr tile f
Radicals to the power of patronfigo, a
aind to the popularity of the military a
hero, whoso reticonco has inspirod d
even Southern 1011 with 0 hopes thialt V
thuro will be wisdom in his poiy, I
and ability to rocommend his policy, j
whatovor it may bo, to tile favor of e
hism party and of the ontiro country. 0
Wo.oanl .900 lothilig for us to do ex- y
opt to-wait at'd watelh, and comm1iit H
ourselves to nothing, but bido the de. c
volopmuents of pulie op)inionl at the i
Nort.h. Th'Iis huated canivass has1 notj
given the Noth a dispassionate hear- f
inig of.its own and our caso. lRelief
may colli from tihe quarter that. it
.Is least anticipatod from---from the
iladicals themselves, now that theire
power is -secured. Already do wo [
hear of schemes of colonization for tile 1
negroos, and soon we may see the t
stMange sight of the black race, frmly hi
united unuier the lead'of their former 6
masters who alone cani deal wisely r
withI the( weak as well as the strong c
features of the negroo charaotor, pro- t
sontLing a solid front of resistanceo to bi
R.adieal seheies ,for expelling thomi i
from our soil.. It is very certain that Ii
we are becoming, day by day, a dis- hI
tincet poop1e from tihe North, and it is o
a fao6 pregnllit withg deep signih. d
ecane, and prophoetie of a distincet .fu- ii
turo, .. , ft
Lt nio angry pasnlons, thIen, be in- hi
dlg( d ini toivards thme blacks. We e
cannot it is true, yield to thonm the gov. b)
enment of our fair land and must con
tinue firm as a rook as to that, They si
will respoot us the nioro for not gield- j
lug, should Northern rapacity.,take il
the turn of oolonizatlon and expatria- or
Lion, whioh it nu .yso abortly tako. ra
3heydhl tb ynu1j ast a uinit to the at
moltwhQso polioy toalIy .brougt Q
about their freddomn, nlotintenutionally ot
*indeEd; but by'the o*erruling provi- et
dee6f God, and nh eniso
'otrully sit th'o esli.e jillc 41
trn to us for protoption, for life, for' fo
'salvaition,amnd tvo we alone of all of so
thoe' whti slitthe World, will not sell s
Shffotfo 6 or drinoy, N
but wh ayiie tile pde *in:(n'ill
Sto prteo6.antd,help lhi, because he c
rwas totis, totimes gone by, our faith. d~
#~Ib4h9 b.epublican press that a pa
oor o e'dik anoabE
WjQ on .troporty,
off and<offe te
soed, thi~n, that they.. will briug on
> bl d illniy man boliuve tlipL
Dy ilnto'd anly. suof ll iity to
Imselves They will have addi
mal taxes to pay and additional sor
jes to the State to perform. They
11 make small smaller crops, sell
is inerohandiso, - and mako less
mcy. , Tiy will b) harrassod and
rplexed in the extreme. Yet all
U property-holdors inl the South are
mocrats. Would they boeomoorats,
the L1)oumoeratiC progrIm1m contem
aMed the ruin of their property ?
No. The Domocrats mean peace.
mcy are the ponce-party. The Radi
18 mcuit war upoin tihe white raco,
o rebels, as they term them, of the
mth. All the strife will be of their
rn making, for selfish and partisan
irposos. There unever can be peace
idor their policy of exalting an info
or, alin and semi-barbarous race to
>itical equality with the whito race
SthO South. "Erpellas naturaCm bi.
trca ; u.spic rsurrit." The superior
Co will surely gain the assondancy,
it putting the blacks in a falso posi
on, may prove ruinous to them, and
ring on the most serious troubles.
Ot us provent this, say the Demo
.ats, if we can. Let us cheek this
lly at.once. Lot us avoid strife and
Not Less Ootton, but -More Fruit.
The high price of cotton is an im
odiate blessing to our District, sinco
will bring much longed for relief',
id put the planters into condition to
laut on tleiy own capital, next year.
or surely, if iny people ever expe
encod the truth of the adogo that
the in who tradcs on borrowed cap
al will never thrive," the Southern
hanters, for the last throo years, are
iat people. Not that credit is not a
Dod thing, but it is too good a thing
r most of us, and John Quiney Ad
ils would say that we are the vie
is of financial intomporanco, juist
;he does say, that political intempe
mo has, in other resp(jts, ruined us.
We would, therafore, suggest to
very farmor in the District, a slight
uitlay of the proceeds of say one hun
rodl pounds of lint cotton in such a
'ay as we guarantee will make him
art to trade 'upon his own resources,
nd at a tremendous profit. Let him
mco in from two to six acres this fall
ad plant fruit trees. It can be done
t very slight expense, and the immm
into luxury it will quickly bring, as
ol as the extent to which it will on.
tuolu V,it valu of his iomeustUad,
oul-d ba suflicient inducoents to
verybody to do it. The price of
ottoin may go down noxt year, or the
car after. It is a t.reaohorous com
iodity to risk a year's labor upon ox
lusively. But ripo fruit will always
e palatable, and cider, vinegar,
'each brandy, dried or preserved
ruits will ever find a ready sale.
In our own district, this very year,
gentleman has eleared over one hun
trd dollars to thme ace upon his or
hard of poaches. At Aikon, a farm
urobmased with its orchard by a New
ork firm, last winter, for twelve
Iousand live hundred dollars cash,
as in one year rlon.o paid for itself.
ixteen acros planted in grapevines,
oar Po,rthsuiouth, Virginia, it is stat
d in the Rlidhn:ond Dispatch, cleared
11 year,..iztoon thousand dollars,
y the sale of the grapes alone, and
Inc was made besides. A farmer
iVirginra, also states thmat last winter,
a sold the apples from a four ace
*ehard for neasly e~leven hund rod
allars.4 And j*ust imagine the feast
ig among his ochildren. These are
sets n,nd If every sound argument is,
lits last an aTysis, invariable a fact,
mrtily such.f'aets as these should be eon
dored as the soundest of arguments.
YVo know that you expected of us
*mothig on the elections. But
>lmU Quiney Adams, has desoribod
e situation. Hie says, just at pros
it, the North Is "politically intoinpe
te." Falstaff was "witty himself,
d the cause of wit In others."
rant gets drunk himself, and is thue
use of (politioal) drunkonness in
hers. But you. my friend, are also
fnkbut doii't know It, dead'drunk,
ron-.drunk, and cotton-drunk, we
ir, you will continue, even though
tton should fluctuate in prieo every
c months as It has for two years past.
Noerthmoloss, we repeat, .exchange a
udrod pounds of this falls's lint
tton for fruIt-troes; it is a good re
Snow Yo.un SI 8.--.oemmssionev IRoh
a says thiat the 18th 5eption of iho AQt or
1,y 20, 18G8, not only requires. distIllera,.
stIOors, wholesale liquor dealors and corn- r
dbxdersof iquors to place and keep a
Wion the outsIde of their distIierhos, ree.
ylng establishmonts or places of business .a
t requIres them to place and keep such a
;Ai 'donsplaoottel on the outsido" thorO. 4
A efa piscd "facing en the beeik i
001 ~ot' falfr9'of thogr~wemis0s" is hot a
nliati6 with,bt. Anm evnain of th.e la.
RIOAUTS 'AUD *iu ur STATHS IN TUR
roTi-ro1 PaifoxRNTIAL ELKTORS-PIto.
'Isloss or TIlS CONSTITUTIoN AND LAws8.
OnTuOOMIN(a PUoULA3ATloN OF T11s1 P11S- t
INNT.-I Is utndOrstood (hat the order issu. '
d by (enleral Reynolds hals been submitted
o the President, whoi in view of the not of I
,ongres which provided a punishment for r
my military offlcer who shall interfere, or
Atempt to interfere, with the free suffrage
f ciuizOn of Any State at any geneil or
peoal elcotion, and especially in view of I
he mandalory. language of the Constitu- t
Iot, has issued a general order, which Will a
)o prauigated soon, calling the atention ,
>f military ofiloors to the provisions of the I
Jonsctition of the Unilted SiateR.
Arliolo two, section one, reuiires "cachI
tato shll appoint in snch manner as th1e
begislature thereof may direct a ieuntibee of
llctors," &o. And aricle (wetih of (
tinendiments to thu Conistititian directs i
hat tho "'elector shall meet in tlaeir ro.
pect ivo -Stat 0 anld vot t by ballot. for Presi.
10nit and Vice l'rusident"; * * "and
dall make distinot ii.ls of' all persons vot
d for"; *- * * "11and the utnaber of
roters for cach" ; * * * "which lists
hey shall sign aind certify," * 4 *
"lind tranasmit Io Ihlo uelat. of goveralnvont of
he United lates " ''Tlo preslont of file I
lente hail open all the ecttificates, and
the voto.4 shall o10 bo Counted,' &0.
The acts of Conf,ress cited in file order
are: "An ct to Ostabliisl a inifurm time
for hohling elections for electors of Presi
Jcit and Vice-'residunt in all the States of 1
lie Union, approved January 28, 18-15" ;
iections one(, two, three, four, five, six,
aight, and twelvo of "An act relative to the
Dleclion of Presidett, and Vico Proildent,
%aid declarang h(le ollicor who siall act as
p.tesident in case of' vacanciels, &a., approv
-td March 1, 1792" ; "An not making oom,.
penaltion to persons appointed by tle oleo
lors to deliver votus, appro-ed February i , 1
1825'' ; and "Aa act. to provent oflicers of
Ale aInaay anld invy, amnd other persons eln
raged in (lie military and naval dorvite of I
the United States, fron inlerferig li (lie I
lcotioas in the States." Tha last recited
lot provides imprisonumient and fine for.any
Alicer who shall, by proolaimation or order
i aay manner interfere witi th free.
lomn of anly election in anly States, or with
to free right of snffrago at anmy general or
pecial election.-- altinore Sun.
EMO- or Ta SPANsn RaUOLUToN IN I
[Un3A.--A corirwipoietlntt of ilae Now -ork I
T11mes, writing froAm liavana, on (le 3d
Instant, says :
From anything to ho observed here, no
)ao would suppose th1.at a revolution was
1oing on ink the maotle!'r country. What little
,1ho people herO know of ie inatter is di -
3ussOd very quiet ly and ganrdedly. The Cre
Ales-wheln there are no Sp11aniards near
pnerally ohuoklo over the scanty Infoula
tion thy have, though nono of diom appear
able to say what benllt i ltey expect to de
rive from the clanigu. Thto nowspOaer
lera have little or nothing to say on the
stihect, and merely putlish the two or
three telegraphle dialitolhes contained in
tlhe govornment organ. One of them this
moing has a long l1eaider on the wOm1Vu of
France aid EInglixad, and another a scath
Ing review of the condition of alnost, all
the countrios it I lie world except Spainl.
Whatever may be the resul.t ther, it s
not probable that anly disturbance will oo.
cur here. The Spanish residents and uaval
and military mon stationed hure have
generaally beens lonag enouigh absent froma
the mnother counmtry for thao moduerationa of
their partisana feelinags. As to the (Cubanas,
laziness, if not. loyalty, will always s- m
thiem (froam revolt. Thela change that may
take plae lhore will be quiet andi gradual,
Onr Now York contemanporary (tho Sun)
.'-Wihin thIrty days from to-day thore
will be manay doats whichl might be pro
vented by warmor clothiung. Many a fatal
case of dysenatery is caused by thie want of
woolen nuder shirt, or an extr'a blanket at
night. The suiddens changes of temperature
which occanr at thIs season of (lie year are
very trying to thao constitntion. People
with weak lungs quickly feel the effect of
them. Frequently the thermometer fathi
many degrees within a few hours. Not
only (lao feeblo, bait robust and strong per
ions suffer from such gr'eat variations of
oemperaturo. Wheon the weathergr'ows cold
mapidly the por'es of (lie skina are suddenly a
3losed, anid the result freil'nontly l9 a' bad'
fohl, which msay haold on'all Winter and (or.
ninafe in consninption or a fatlu attaok of'
lysentery, or that dlreadful diseasq, tho ty
Speaking of thme incomning cotton orop, t,he
vellinformed Nowv York correspondent of
ho Augusta ConisttutionaIist says "e iEah
ucceoding week ineases the prQbablilt$
hat, with judioius management, thae orop
tan be marketed on the.basle of twepty.e
'oats for mnIddlig.uaplande in this market,i
'VIUh the incretasemd dllivories at the ports,
s cornparced wih last year, oloso money
ad a decline of flve per cont. ha' gold, the
aice has advanced to twenty..seven oents,1
nud It must ho a severe turn that can foree
t back to twenty-five cents. Neverthele,
oans but repeat the a ivioo heroeooro gl*eh
e yotir planters sell fveoly as- long as ye
ro twently-fivoeconl-a or over, anl hold on
e lon,g as possible if we go bolow *. hiat, 6g
RAIr.nonn CoaLatNW eaoxVlht'n,mays tlje 1
~harlotto lYimes, (lhat atigjp' otitNo S,', o
lailroad, with Magiey apdl 44tro,l's aIr- i
us on b,oer# ran into: theEprss traIn, 2
bout six gligu from . horo. .A nuampet of
assen gers, yreo, inred,-but. nsoal -fatplhy. 2
"RW ?r-anRT.~rofOQr. sWatson, of the 3i
ilohigan Unaiversity1anpdneoethetdisooT. t
ry by himself of a 'new? inior. planet~ tn 0
lie constllation of Cotus. lNo sayS lt.ye. .)
emblem a star of the tenth magnitudo,and S
ra. sItuated In tho@, ight asoonslon 16. dos '
ross 2Q minuteg, (6nd in declination r oo
agrees and 32 mientes ' north It- dsiOy '6
atoIon'Is 415 seudndfo tiuwe rot'ograde. ii it
ighat flscention, And 8 iies ofR~ aw otut
s declination. j
'A Rwou' ANZ'Lax--HO* MAN -TIMSA.
IAN SHOU6, VorT.--"The eleotion for
his State will t4ko plaoq on the.day after
o#inorrow. Like, good patrloti and truo
iombers of the 'comniulty, we hopo that
very oliIzen will vote early in the morning,
ato at night, and as often as possible du.
Ing the day. If the right of suffrage Is a
,reat political right it deserves as frequent
xerolso as it Is possible to givo.it.on the
lay of test. It is true that thero are ma
ignaut, laws for the punishment. of the pa.
rtioti not of Voting inore thou once at one
and the saine ele:tion. But It is people
vithout any public slirit that are afraid of
hose bad statutes. 'Ihe otizenti of true,
ational couragO never . shrink from the
>onally of Iprisonnent and mitilotation
Ataoled to thota ; but skilfully and boldly
hey both ciroutnvent and dery then -thius
loing high honor to their manhood and
inportant servien to their country. The
inly way to cover an opposil.g party with
he shame of defeat iN to vote as frequently
gainst it as possible. As in tho field of
var against treason and invasion, every
oldior is bound by all the laws of pride,
ustice, humanity and valor to give his inus
Let no rest in sending bullets into the camp
>f the enony; so In the more important coo
est of the serainblo for offices of the na
lon each good citizen is under a most
acred duly to hto as continuous as ever he
au in putting votes In the ballot-box
gains. the peaulating faction that would
lave all the good tiings of this glorious
'public to Itself. Therefore, wo say go to
he polls earlye, go to them late,
aud go to them as often as you can during
lie day. Universal suffrage means nothing
f it does not Justify title."
Philadelphia Univeeie, 111h.
BLIND Tom EcLIr.11D -The Baltimore
Pizette of Monday hitas the following local
kotico a musical wonder:
There is in this cily a blind infant of loss
han three years, who is certainly one of
roatest wonders of ithe nge. lIo plays (he
iano with wonderful skill, using his 01.
tows as well as hands on tho keys. le
vill play at the New Assembly Rooms this
voning during the week, that the publio
nay have an opportunity to hear him.
This completely throws Blind Tom in tie
hado, "having ehe ago" if nothing else on
On no other doctrine can we find this
vonderful endowment, than, that of Me.
ompsy Chasis, and it naturally follows
Floso "soul is it ?"
THE NATIONAr. DFUTr.-Tho Democratio
apors of the North are just now making
most offective use of a letter written by the
Ion. Itobert. J. Walker on the subject of
ie publio debt. lie shows that the annual
xpenditures of tie Federal Government
ave been incrensed "over forty-six nill.
ions of dollars by an augmentation to that
xtont of the yearly interest (in currency)
f the public debt since April 80, 1866."-.
[o admits that there may have been possi.
ly "a small reduclion of the public debt
at month; but Ithis reduoiloi, if tnade,
rill be in debts bearing mainly no interest,
r in war claims iWithheld, whilst the debt
)oating coin interest will be augmented."
PO.ITICAr PAnSONS RujoioiNa.-At a
-onvotion of lassachusetts Methodist
liturches in session on the 14th instant, the1
Rtev. Gilbert Haven proposed singing
"Praiso God, from whom all. Blessings
Flow," in thankfulness for the great victo.
ry in behalf' of peace and righteo'usnest
whtich htave been achieved in Ohio, Penn.
sylvana and Indiana. -The proposItion wat
Leceived with shouts of "Hallelujah,'
"Amen ;" and the anthem was sung wit I
HJIIHAY UoJJBERIY AND A TTFMPTEI
funnicn.-On 'Thursday night, last, si
hir. Joseph Keller was on his way frone
Dt)lumnbt to his homie in Fairfild .Dis,
.tct and when ntear Little River, h<
toppe pd for' the night. WVhjie ho and]
us driver (a coloredi boy) were asleep, r
>art.y of negroes made an attack on
iem, knocked Mr. Keller sensecless and
overely injured tihe driver, who ato.
:eeded, however, in niiaking his escape.
Wfr. Keller was robbed of his pocket
>ook, con tainin6 nearly 8200, and' Ih
vercoat. The owner of the teanm and
Iriver wore Democrats, and it ii 'not
snown whether the intention Was 'fot
obhery or roerely political anTtagonismp
['be wagon and toajn were not disturbb
id. At last account the woduded men
.OHnto AND INDIA.NA.-The following
hiepatcht front our friend "Mack,n
ays the Nationat Inkdli'gencor, 4 woll
nud favorably knowni here as a cau
ions and rol iable political calculator,
tates the condition of affairs in Ohio:
CINOIN4NATI, Oct. 1 1..-The, pros
eots were never better for the~ De
nbornoy of Ohio. Ashiey, BinAlhtm,
Iebenek, and Iggleston at'e atost
ertain to be .defeated. The indica
ions are that wp shall carry ten of the
ineteen distri its. We have blit twro
o the. present dongress. Indiana
ii 'give a good liahjrity fot Umon
INOLN'Pe flRTRAITe .800e ary
tanton. says Liocoln's .portrait i angs
y the fireside of .every household. in
Th'le New York Mm says it ia like
riAe found in, unfrequented parts, of
We0 have~ noB' heard of ile Oits'e.i
i frica-e very place'wher.,ie ought
>b 0,moat .co neoupy ditplayegl.-.
Vty pot jend A'" Atrrgp. avo
the ninnea Oas with a ship ldi f
Id A be's potcgrp ad soou rfMkb
A Satiduskty tuother-reQent?y reproy
El her thfee4y'aa-Qldater af"r eatiIn
ese The a iIia1'infant- replie
1 diilu't*ut m hI I bidy sane be
* ' NQiminatiQn$> --
Ttn. Envo a.-Please an)o"noapt. J. A.
1innant as a 0atOdidato fdr Taw09119etor of
Fah-ald Distriot,! ani oblige,
When the PLANTATION lr1igns Wr first
made known to the American people some
sen V onrd ago, it ras lipposed they were
an entirely now thing, and had never before
beon tiled. So far as their goni-al use in
the United States Is concerned, this may be
true. It is also true that the simo, Bitters
were mado and sold in the leland of St.
Thomnas, over forty years ago, as any old
jlantor, merchant or sea captain doing bu
sinleSs with tle WeaLt Indies will tell you. It
is distinctly within my recollection that oui
the return of my father (who was a sea oap
(ain, at d doing an - exteusive trade in the
tropios,) he would iuvariably have the lilt.
ters among the ship's stores, and our family
sideboard was never. withlout them. For
any sickness, it mnatters not how sovero or
trifling, tie decanter of these Bitters, by a
different name was alwiys resortcd to as a
MAoNOLIA WATS.-Superior to the best
imported German Cologne, and sold at half
the price. . ot 15-txlw
W ONTED to hire two good BoOt
oreShoo makers. Apply to
J. 0. BONH.Y,
oct 20-t2 Winnsboro, S. 0.
CIIEESE, Herrings, Makorol, Sugar, Cof
foe, Adamtantine Candles, Turpentine
Soap, &c.. &o. For sale low for onsh.
JIOIN A1CINTY1E' & Co.
FALL AND WINTER GOODSI
W B take pleasuro in informing our
friends and :he public, that we arc
now receiving at our old stand, at the cor
nor north of the Court- House, for tie FALL
TRADIE, a general sIook of Goods, compris
ing a great variety of needful articles, snit
ed to the trade and wants of the people.
We namo the prinoipal kinds, only:
Dry Goods, Clot hs, (uassitueres, Ready Mado
ClothbIg, Hllats. Caps, Boots, Shoes,
lHardware, Uuno, Pitl,.Wood..
on Ware, Cooking Soves, Sad
dies, Bridles, Waggon and
Buggy Harness, Oro
The prices and quality of our Goods will
compare favorably with those of any oth
or house. Terms Cash.
THOMPSON & WOODWAIRD.
Gullet's Patent Steel. Brush
CO1ON ginned on this Gin sold in
Charleston last season, at Cne to two
ceits per pund more tban (ho samo olas of
cotton ginned on tlie ordinary Gins of the
country. This statement is certified by
twenty-five of the principal Factors and
Buyers in Charleston, price, Six Dollars per
Sa for ,'ash or City acceptanco. Send for
Cirulars. C. GRAVELEV,
No 62 Fast Bay,
Sof6th of the old Post Otice.
Brinley's Patent Ploughs, and a full slok
of iardwaro and Agricultural implements
for sale low-wholesake,and retail,
E .ND EQUIPPED
For the Season of 1868,
AND RE.PRESENTING NEW FEATUR-.
A s and new faces ; mnultifarious, dliver
sitled and endless suosinof. novelties,
by a carefuliy seleoted troupe from the
FARAGONS OF EQ UESTRI44N ART.
The great alim of the Managet's is
Origiality and Excellence.
And with this viewr they have dongregait.
ed an-as%emblage of :Arista, from th~e-moot
celebrated sehoole of Eqnestrian and Gym
Both in Europe and Ameorica.
Tfhe facl$tiies for. speofy and eortain~ tran
sit iare unequal.
- AND -
Everything, Novel and Brilliant.
This ne plus ulfra'exhibitib ivilibo at
WINNSBORIO, Tursdny det. 2241
-!Whiere'they will, giye
BWO3RAND EXI UDITIOjq#.(
At4 and. halfepy p 6 l o ,0P9 M
ADISS~ION 715 e ht4
OItLIUN FA -
- ,AND 0.ROSB,At
tow lms, P
Of Legflitivan riety, Vas d116
at Cokosbury, AbbkIvilloDistViot, on
Saturday last, by parties uiknown.
W. I. Olawson, Esq.
We t'kO pleasuro in cknoWledelng
our error in classikgg -thiqgpntlen an '
along with Bowe, Whittomtoro and
other leading Rdicals in this Stato.
Afriond informs us, that thero was
good reasou,for his appligAution to the
legislature to havo his ditabilities re
. moved, and that ho has eiover affiliated
with the Radical party, but bolioves
as strongly as oprselves, that property,
intolligenoo and virtuo should rule.
This tomple of amusoment was fill
ed to its utmost capacity on Thursday
night, by the beauty and fashion of
our town. The brilliano young tre
godian, Mr. James Brooks, mado his
second appearanco, and sustainod'bim
self admirably as Captain Buredan,
in La Tour do Neslo. Tho ohariing
young artisto, Miss Ifattio Walcot, we
must say is unsurpassed as .largarat
of Burgandy. The aftor piocoa wore
all well performed.
The orchestra under. the manage
ment of Prof. Calvin Shodd, assisted
by the nooomplished imusician, Mr.
Moses Brown, wero"always readyto
respond to the loud applause.
The managemnont succ'ded in en
gaging for a short dramatic season the
farfamed Waloot family, who will
make their first appearanco in a few
We propose to the citizeti of our
town to give the accomplished Mani
ger a bonofit, at such time as he may
Now Ready I For 1869.
The illustrated Annual of Phrenol
gy, coitaining nearly fifty portraits of
distinguished characters - civilized
and savage ; is published. The true
basis of Eduentionl uses of Culture
how to study faces ; a dolivbntion of
the faculties; nature's noblon on;
eminent olorgymon i powor of exan
plo ; cholue of pursuits, or iriat ean i
do best; mirthfulness ; wit, hijor.,
with Illu4ratiolls ; ho4ds of Victor
Cousin, Hepworth Dixon ; Vm illie
Collins, Rev. Joh1 Cmmilings, author
atid prophet, 1lind Tom ; Artemus
Ward ; Alem. Dains ; Mrs. Ritehie,
Mr. Julian ; with Indians, Cannibals,
and others. Rioher in matter and it
lustration, thau over- bofore, 'every
body will want to6road it. Only 26
cents. 8. .0 Wells,- publi e', 389
Broaidway', N. Y.
IL Amarioan Stook yournal,
Every farier and siock broeder
should send for 0O of tI mga
sine, and got up a club. Only $1. a
year. The proprietors offor .valuable
premiums of blooded cattle, shreep,
cashmiieio goats, choestar wh it h logs,
all varieties of fancy p'outry, seods,
agricultural imoploments, and nmany
other fancy and. useful articles. Tih roc
copios toeut fic,. iA r'shwbl
lltrtdwith 30 engr'avigs of' dif..
foromst:varioties of do mestic a uinas
sont to any. por8on wishing to got up a
club. Address .'.. -P. lBoyer & Co.,
Proprietors, Parkesbur'g, Chester Co.,
Wo copy t.he following from tho \#il~
mington ota, n a peoi t, to thet.
The result of the recent~ elodliions in
the Northern States.mnust not deter the
Uonservativyes of North . Cmroli na .(romn
the performance of thecir dut.y. Thme in,
teorests of our State are .-m jeopardy,
not so.nluch froai tho ohaotjoni of Uramat
(even should that imngrphabloevent oc
cur) na from the indoimtLe ruleoo 1A1i,
cabsm ol' the genuine corpet-bag
It ;nunt bo'bqnoe mmid thath fadi
Here,we atrb n
offnire.. & flh
'W4nb'rhtr 'v ofjio'Wi
essamry to deoure ot' te s li
never 'tohargg,i t,v T~tm h ima'o
welcohm'e." ETit ann4jeiityo J., - sie
notminy'but Pdho husit.srafind ti to
cruslh. out thse' i Yp~s(itw
ca gn om4h ads,t -oo l;n i
du - r
4gnd~ In tre
P4 not i'if
our first att9~b ls
must b6 dMia No n abdr.
"' ollutVo m1 threoge kami~hIh e
w:rtha r 5ai vors,idtm ieGr.
Rh dmftohi'mby, begaIfi'od.'lbyydgik ,.r
tiod.oW th *(tdfj .ta h:4 Ad
shines in the ihavens we will carry thly
Stato by a decisive m11ajority if every
Conservativo will rigister ind vote.
As we have repeatedly suggested be
Tore, the Coiservative and Democratio
chibs of the dilrerent countios must take
right hold of this qtestiou. Active
com inittes.should can vasa every lection
provint a ,M i gW 9Qton f
patamount importance of iegistration.
Wcnelet f the $oven:', Con.
grossieki ;f we regi;er and poll our
full strel)gth But if our peoplo allow
themselve.,1 to becoitio ,deprcsq
play tho part of whippedt scho6l b y4,
they . vill.Iosv.ell. u &t;Ctti
We earnostly beg . ot irtatlcoe .
rarios to keep this (hostlimn priloinntly
beforo tle.pmeople, a u llti on. then. th0
importanwe of iualifyilg theinsolves to
Ieg1ster ,rijster I Register I I I Let
t-his be th watchword until t e 3
Novembee; anO, -then, vote.
(Ono door ibo0o MoCully's Oroocry.)
rI 11EM9 you can flud 'great qariely of
New and Desiral-o foods,
Just received and still receiving fromu the
City of New York.
The stock copsists of
Fancy and Dmestio Dry Uouds,
Boots and Shoes,
-lats and CAps,
Gents Yur1'isfiffig Goi0dm.
A largo lot of
Jeans and Plaids,
of all styles lind
at all prices.
The Ooods above"rnont foned have been
purchastd at i-e,aatirkably low price s,-and
herefore great. inducements wil be offer'ed
(o alt who fvor us with a call.'
We lako pleasure In showing o-r goods.
And ainke n1 Olarge thereforem -
SaIsfactioui is garanteitd n all goods
sold. If. BARUJ01H,
oct 3 Agert.
TO THE LADIES.
Mrs., JO N D. 1[CAM EY,
W 18IIE8 to Inforep the Ladies of Whing
boro and vicinity,, that, she tias ad
ded to hor
A large and selent assortnent of Ilat, and
Bonnet of the lafe"'t tyles. all of whichl
will be sold at a stnall advancO on cost.
J UST received a large Qi1 se)oot assort..
1 1nent of 0 ROUCIM1, &,., consisat ingx
in part of f
S i ga~ r,
Boots Sh oes and a - rent many or ar
t icles All of which, wll bo ul4 at', al1nall
advance on New Yol-k dost, for Odh'on;y.
sept 21) Q 149oC4liY
B aon - ,
Corn Wh skby
A1INE 0SSILTENT 91
CayJ.e 9 , '
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