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THE FAIRFIED HERALD
WINNSOo, S. C.
Wednesday Morning, Ot. 28, 1868
Dep)rltes, Wll1allms & Co., PropS
UNION AND PREACE.
IO1N.' 1l10AT10 SEV10UH,
61F NEWLN\ YORK.
1ION, FIA- P. BLAIR
Gov. Soott's Incendiarism.
The indignation of the entire whit
population of the State has been ex
cited by the Radioal mooting hold
last week in Charleston charging the
"Demoeratic party anid Democratic
doctrines with the murders lately
commi11itted in this State. They are dut
in reality to Radical teachings Infla.
ming the passions of a few violent
men. The hypocrioy (if the whole
affair is Iransparent, too, to any one.
Thojoy over the "ton thousand votes"
siipposed to be added to the Radical
party, is so little concealod, that we
at once sce It to have been an occasion
of rejoicing, such a8 a negroo funeral
is well known usually to be to that
strange people, rather than a public
expression ordisapprobation of vio.
lonce, or of sympathy with the unfor.
timate dead. Sawyer and Mackey
lejoicing over the fato rf throo of
their deluded victims, and glonting
ovcr the pubic plunder they confi
dently hope to reap therefrom-this
is the brief statoment of the nature of
Governor Scott follows up the game,
lIN pons a )roclamttiot, for tho 'o,rus'
al of the North, nnd to influenceo th
clev,tion both there and here, in whicll
lie slanders the peoplo of the State,
lie olfers a reward of five thousand
dollars to be wrung outof the pockotf
of Democrats, whorens the amoui
usually offored has heretofore beet
five hundred. lie hopes thus to con
fer dignity on negroo Logislators, and
to punish, by a fine, t,ho State. Th
Iesult will be, that the ill-blood of th<
whites (the rebels I suppose he consi(
ers thet) is already stirred. Whor
tho Radicals, say we. are so ovidentl
in h igh gloe over Randolph'm homicide
if lie spoke of inciting to the use oi
tile itorch or inurder, if lie did not
why should we havo to pay five thous
and (101111s to the perjured nogroel
that th1e reward is apt to tempt t<
swOar akwaVy somo innocent white man'i
life. To what are we coming ? Sal1.
ties dlouibl thosoe giveni in North Caro
lina: to initumerablo unlnecessary olli
cer s created for' the henefit of carpet
biaggers andl renegados I Now flv<
Itousand dollars for each of three no
groes I Suppose somebody shooti
Soott himsolf, what tax shall we titer
pay ? Fifty-t housand we suppose,
Note that, ye Columbia negroes
Contrive to shoot Scot,t, and Boozei
will distribute to you a reward of fif.
ty thousand dollars, if you simply fh
upi the evidence-andl fathter thte erim<
upon-the odlitor of the WVinnzsbort
.News antd Faui rftld hicrald, for exam
Fellow-citizerns, it is a clcar ease.
This so-called governmnot le never
goitng to wvork. It will. never coin
matnd the aff'oetins or confidence of
our white people. T1ho eletiotn of
(Irant means en dlss strife, the con
solidat,ion of the United States .Gov
errtno.t, atid its fut ure dissolution,
We ar-e being moutlded into a distinct
people, with nto love for "our North
ernt brethiren," while the blacks are
rapidly dying out. John. Qouincoy
.Adams, auid the like, may tryv to tink
or our people, but he and his people
hate us, will never trust us, as the
late 'roteo learty prioves, anud ,wil
tinker In vai.n, Our.. ,road lies,
through terrible suffering, -endiung in
a bloody convulsion, to independence.
The hutubor of youra to elapso, howt.
ever, whether twenty, forty, or sixty,
no one- now caRl teU, Let us nov.er
vol antarily surrender ourt government
to our slates. Lot-us- submit as con
quered proins, who 'have lost thstr
rights, but Camu, not on th e iron hand
of porfidy and soppression.. This is
South Carolintgs answer to Grant's
Oortmin #s 'f theeBaglhMPreoss on thte
Is it rnot trtrhy *onderful that the
rediuit oS the 41eetIons iip ot the" Ihlir
Npkssoro kRQonl in. Epgnd -it
tilno for commernntpnipont.thbw to- be
conlk"ad,s %wer pubI$.ed , e
pr4of th#'Uited te
-i JnGas Mlon'dy, j&d lineto t 1
T1hac,is a8Istonishit* a4d wor hg of
1 plade amongst the inost rcnaikable
in the history of the world.
The comments of two of the Lon.
don papers are strikiog)y .sbrowd.
be Daily News (]Radical) says . If
the Domocrttio paity had only ro.
mained passivo, Republican blunders
would have given themn p*1er, bug tihl
Democrats hve an" ejual,' i 4of
greater - aptitude 'for -erro :h1M6
telegraph (Liberal) . while approving
the result, sees in it ruin of the Re
publican party, in which there are so
many wide difforencies on linan.
cial questions." Those two son.
tonces cover the whole ground, it np
pears to us, completely, and very littlo
can ho added by even the wisest o.
servers of the times on this side of the
ocean. The election of Grant does
moan the ruin of the Ropublican' par.
ty. It is in reality two parties gII.
ready, and it will go to pieces in the
very hour of its apparent triumph, and
two years hence, another party, led
perhaps by a portion of the present
Republican party, and perhaps with
General graut's cooperation, will
spring i) in the house of Representa
tives, and carry the next Presidential
election, should there ever be another
against the Republican party (so-oall.
od) and its present radical policy,
Excopt however as a more matter
of speculation, this doe not concorn
us at the South at all. Our fate Is to
ho persecution and oppression, as for
years past. We are neither expected
nor desired to love our government
again. So much taxos for so much
tyranny is the bargain we are to look
for, come what changes may. The
groat God who presides over the desti
nios of nations, is working out some
purpose towarda us, by uniting us in
the furnace of attliction and by the
bonds of a common suffering inl freet
dom's cause, but that purpose is still
dark to u:s, and its meaning we can at
present but vaguely guess. Is it, oh,
can it be separation from these poo.
pie,. self-governiment, independonce I
Will the blows they strike so re
morselessly upon our iron yoke, wold it
more firmly about our iecks, or shivor
it ill twain ? Oppression breeds
hate. Force suggests force. Time
bringsopportunity. lovernmonts that
trust to tle sword, perish by the
-.0 -.. 0 0
The Canvass Past a .d Futuro.
Our exchanges indicate that the
election in Indiana is still doubtful,
and if carried by the Radicals, it has
been carried by ton thousand voters
from Illinois. The Radical majority
ill Ohio bas dwindled to searcely over
ten thonsand, and in Pennsylvania to
about thlroo thousand, but firtoen
thousand naturalized citizens wocro not
allowed, through ai partisan decision of
the thlree Iadifoal Judges of the State
Supreme CouIrt, to vote., It is not ish
possibIo, therefore, that the Demo
crats may carry both Pennsylvaunia
and Indian~a ill November. At least
so formid able an opposit ton wUfl be
'xlhibitedl as will probably check 'to
seone extant Radioal extrava6ance,
and secure- the coutry better govern
In Congressmen the Demnoerats
promise to gain considerably. But
unless our candidate is elected,. we
believe that both of the present par
ties, as now eonstituted, will go to
pices. The Demoerats wtll 'titet
with Consorvativo Republicans un
der the lead of Boward, poolittly,
John Quincey Adams, Oh,.'o, Sban
berry and othlers, and under the name
of the Union Conservative party,
will comna .nto power at thle next ol3.~e
tion for Representatives to. Congress,
if not sOOnole while the Radieal party,
unider the lead of Sulmtier, :Butler and
othlers, will retaIn thme namnd of. Rd
publieoh Uinion palfty aliy sndier 'an
overwhelming defeat. LShlould Geno.
al Grant be eletods this Noetueber,
and cooperator with tle Unwkni ' Conm
serrativo party, lie will doubtless,lf
aliv-o, be reel-ected four years hence.
We believe that Grant stan lds mnuch
the best chanco of the eleotion three
weeks henoqe, because theo rgum#Mt is
exhausted, booause the vote has been
very oloso-and rather In Grant's favor
hitheo-to, bocanao all disputed cree
,ions wU.t ~o deooldo e nt.onyy
beas ncounting tile votes of the
Southern States there Ils anh trobm for
hundred and fifty-nidi, or aa najWy
etI li eT' EYmtot'ai 'Colidg6,1 to'
p) ep.ry. ighvpIo, 9gr a majority of
biJA votes: 30 be counted1 to elegt
Grant. In the fae of a party so 4,
scrupulous as the 'R*dicals, It requir-:
@ed Tory h'daiy%~jori,es to Intitul
dae rdg knd f 4eelare.
t Wif 'kk#.46 ili so 0lose, Av)
do - t 0$ Oy will inaugutAte
u 4ot, terr otod fairly or not
ddress of the Oeufra Demooratio Olub
to the Demooratio Party of 13outh Oar
FKLLow-CossNs :-The ehetion. for
President. and Vice Presaent of the United
.tates 4s now close at hand. The great
Lraihoples ,involved In Lie contest ;.the
lnakiltde of i%terests tt stake, and the In
Wenot,w.aioh,ti1state mry have on ihe
result, make this a pr-4per oucisin !ho l y
before you a'brief ndfres..
The tendency nnil pitrpore of the radical
party, as nianlfesef le wordi and acts, are
tho absorption of the liburiy (if the itdivi.
Jual; the destrtolion of ttates ; (tie sub
version of the Conii1tittion, and the ereo
tion upon thj ruins of individual and publio
liberty,fo agrand.gri:ling,oonsolid:ated des
potism. Already it has mado rapid strides
in that direction. itile. now, is left for It.
to do bitt, to Ane into one ntsp, and then
crystalize into pernianeitt fromt its various
%oqdisitions of us'irped power. Its unpri
Dious aONtilte 'wanton crucelties ; its eor
rupt practices; Its enormous burdens yon
havo felt and do know. Against these, and
more than these, you are now called npon
to continue a resolute fight with the pence.
ful, th-)ugh potent. renpon of tile ballot.
rie Democratic party bore and everywhere
ire striking with yot; for the priielples of
hiberty, and the forns of Governient to
which we have been accuatome, for a writ.
ten Constitulion, a Fedoral Union and dig
Linot existence of the 8tates.
Surely, then, the principles of the con
test are important, and the interest. great.
Arouse, therefore, to the magnitude of the
emergency, and spare no effort., for sucesh.
When the time of registration shall come,
let, no man fall to appear and none fail to
vote. Let each one temiemhor thIthis In
dividual vote may decide the eleotion in his
own District, and that the electoral vote of
the State may turn the scale iII favor of tle
Our people must not deopont]. nor relax
their efforts, it there should be failures
elsewhere. On the contra'y, tIhey will have
reason to hope, aid much to stilntlato them
to increased energy, for it Is yet. possible to
win. State election. are influenced, and
sometime controlled by local issues; and
it has often hapl,eneal thicri' these go one way
and ir, a few weeki thereaftr, In tie samo
plnoo, the Presidential elections another.
This may be tihe case in tie present can
vass ; and, indeed, we h-ave reason to hope
so. Recently we have receivei reports
from all parts or the State, which induce
the belief that South Carolina, with proper
effort, will be carried for Seymour and Blair.
Let not the failure to du so be usoribied to
Tho canvass in which yott are now on
gaged, Is full of exolteenlt., which will
probably continue and increase to.the end.
We trust, therefore, that it will not be
amiss to drop you a word of canution. Tho
criminality of a few, and perhps the indis
cretlon of mnany, iave pinced it ' the pow.
er of malice and misrepresontation to in
iture Is and seriously to dimiage the com
mon cause. WI- urgr you, therefore, not
only to provelit violence, but to abstain
from the appearance of it. We ard dealing
with a false tande suable foe--prolinec in ine
vent ions andl venhncoius In purpose--mt foe
who fully untdercettvdj the temporary profit
of a nimble lie, which too ofion anchieves Its
end hoforo tho trut hi can even buckle on
We need not urge upon you the polIcy and
tjo duty of treating, withI great, kindness
catd forbeitranoe,, tie cobredl populat ion of
the State. This you hiava done, aml will
continue to do, as long as you are permit.
ted, -Y le ave no doubet you will make.
manifest the untrutht of the malicious
elharge, tat by force you have oompelled
thteir votes or by httmidatton kept them
front thce polls. TheIr nmiada awe ra edig
opening to Ithe truth that the vagrant white
man frotm tbe North, as well as the renetgade
of the South, who live by deceIving and
plundering them, and who have been driv
ing thenm *0 destruction, are not truce
friends, and asre uaworthy of countience
apd s'uppoei.. With it flair opportunity they
w11lt rstuis-to.eyou as their estrangement is
swing enttitily to thie.false toehinigs and
cahiglant'effdrts of the -No. thern emissary.
[t cannot be fMeetiien that the State volun
ifj, in 18654 %an se tie chored popsia
lion With evet'y cfvil right ; and tihat the
Democratic party, In Qenventian ila April
last, recognised themn, -under the previous
Iotioni of the State, as an integral element
n thte body politico-and-expressed Its il
logneas, wfhen in poWer, td enfranchise
hem to the extent which th'o publiv Weal
pd thleir ows geooi andgt, warrans. The
siti he taken by tite Convention, an
ihwar alnon'oed to th$'pueople of theo
ratIo;pany of:tb.State *as net 'organisd
'or the fut-pbte 'tVutely of 9tippettinwti
~oU5esand' more qtnduring.qndas Isis posslb
>le-that, our present letadiers imay be teav.
Id, but het Wu'uolples; will *ttCelt> TJhe,
Irt Stae the nsii.oe # We'it
54ates- iitd a Fedieralt Ul9on Unded .11," t
ebfeots Wetlhy of gea*ioneAv tid dhthffefs
borte. ,t thie suosa he koe fr. our or
se of defea4, 1 wIll eame. easential...s.
fEe, bheretera disire-to Impress. upin yn4
ha imo444e ayy f g 4 ilme
'. ta Ie~ofIouth Cazolna,
Ftt1,9W-CIZCNs: As members 1
your Stat .Oecutive Committee--4
body hich represents nearly every
we tem of South Carolna-wle
reel it out dtity to invoke Your earnest
efforts in iie gause of peace rint the.
6rder.. We beg you to unite with us
in reprbatin those recent acts of vio.
lence, resulting in the death of Martin,
Uandolph And Nance, by which a few
lAwlescatd recileas men -hve brought
lisoerdit, on thei character of' our peoplo,
Ihough provocalloll in these cases may
b:ave bel giveln. No cn<ie canl pros
Iper which call imard"r to its as-istInc41,
ir which ilookt to ass'intiiii for sue
-s. T "The id-a of assasstinnt ion," anid
U,-orge NDiiffie, "i- so absolutely
riihorrennt tu ill th.. fee-ing.. the Uhris.
lint feelings of modi-rn timi-A nd of
3neh pernicioliq s-ewic t. I 6-el it.
to be my duty thim tn,q,ivocally to
Pxpresa my titter abhorrence (if nnv
ptoceeding that may have t ho retnotest
tewlenev to wnggi-st it. Soich a course
is not only obioxious to the abliorrence
of everv honorable man, trom its moral
atrocity, but frots, its political tendet
Listen to the words of that patritt,
which seeth to cmw- from his grave, to
Wtarn the people whom ho loved so de.
votedly. Wt. can adld flohilii to Ile
weight. of this great. nithority. We
v"an unly appeur to you, to support the
lawe, to preserve the peace and to do.
nonneo ltho.o crimes which have so
riscentiy been committed in some por.
tions f our State. We opak in behalf
f thh conservative and law abiding
portion of the people, who constitlte-,
we fI-el assured. nearly our etira white
popuhtion, and in their name we ex
pr!'a emphatically our nbhlorretice of
Silch ncts; and we pledge ourst-ives to
give all the nsasi.tnce in our power to
!4i?press them. We adjure all who
love their Sthte, of till classes, white aid
blitel, to W ieaceilu and qiiil-t, to
lIt-d their efforts to promote harnonv
and to q,iell disse-nsion. We aRk those
who are oppoted to us, politically, to
mite with us to check a.d discotinte.
nance all incendinry lInguage, whether
tttered in ptibbe or private, and to join
n. in the efforts we are making for the
preservation of peace, the supremacy of
law and the maintenance of order.
bawleseness will enidanger the peace of
the Whole State, atid will surely brina
disaster to all class-s. Let is all theti,
however wo niny differ'in politics, de.
vote all otr e-wgies to matuitain the
good character of "tr State, and to pro
mote a butter feeliig among our whol
WA Dlt HLAMPTON, Chairman.
JOS4P-1 DANIM0L POPE0.
J. P. THOMAS.
W. B. STANEY.
WM, N. SHANNON.
W. D PQRT10jR.
TJH10. G.-1A RK MR.
The State of South Citolfint.
To the Conmisioners and Manogerit of Elec
ione for the Couny," f Fairjied
W i'iREAS, lionorabej. M. RUTLAND,
who, at the general election held in
April, A. D. 1808, was chosen a member of
the Senate for thie tounty of iairfield, has
resigiied. Andi whereas, the Constitution or
the State of South Carolina directs that ini
such a case a Writ of Election shall be is
aued by the President of thie Sentate for the
puifhose of filling rho vNalleyc thus cnsion
ed, for' the termu for ivhloh the memtrer so
resigneud was elected ta, sorte,
Now therefore, yoot1 and. esobi if yott, are
hereby reqjuired, Rfter ,due adverlicement,
and with strict regard de all ths provisions
of the Consftention and 'laws of the said
State, aermoking yottr duty In such case, to
irold an election for i fMeaber of the Senate
for the County aforesaid, to serve for the
remaitrder of thoe forr ftnr which the said J.
M.. Rlutland was elected ; the paul' to- be
opicee, at the various p laces or eleetfon In
ihe said County, Tuesday, the Third day or
Nove'mber, A. D. 1868, by the various sets
ef iwanegere respectively ; said managers
Ice proeei publioty to.e.anvss the vote, at
the closfng,of the election at the precinets
wher~ tht' votes hate been traken, fiing
gover ed an all respeets according to the
Act eat ted "An Act providirig for the next
general election, and the manner of eon.
linct ng She same," passed at, the recent
'Genera l tsmembly.
Thiw Wr, together with your returan of
the Electiona to be'held tender it. have be,
fre tihe Senate at its next meeting after the
Witness, the Honorable D. T. Corbin, Es.
qiire, President of the Senate, pro tent
pore, at Colubjev thIs sixteenth day of
06tef.er A. 17 1868.
D. T, COR1rrN,
President of the Senate, pro temspore,
J. :Woonvr, Clerk of the genat,
Ln compliance with the. abe Writ
>f Eleetton, the Mianagers of Election at the
eveal ollngprecincts In Fairfield Cenn.
y,wll ho a6 Eetet on Tuesday, No
ember 8d, 1868. for us inember of th Sen.
ito to serve for the- semaindo. of the> teraM
'pi wbicha th* ilor.. Joencs M. titil4ras
i Store now ecctpled by L % Mulli.
,Mn', is . ofrered for rettt frm January
peri Maeep Sugar, Qor.
oot 1 t n 1 WO
hnari e te. s e&e e" tot a
8 #last scr et Wbeat witkou6
0 O 06WWh of SVO ART 'RU flAMe.
Ity i# Excellen&j- JZOBPRT K. SOOT2 f
Governor-of South Carolina. - 1
W IIEREAS, reports are being daily ro
oelved lit this Departmlnt, and pir. 9
tliclarly from the Counties or Abbeville,
Andernon, Edgetfild, Lezington, Newbetry,
Chester, Laurens, Union, York and Diarling. 0
ton, that tie law are being violated, and 4
the oficers of the iw pet at defiance; that
peaceful and unoffending citlisens' are murs 8
dered in cold blood, and the ruirderers not 1
only permitted but aided to escapo from
inws ice; that families have been forced to t
nbandlin their homes and property by fonr
or violence; that ithe atthoity of the Stato I
Government is openly derided diid denied;
tIhat threats of violence, and even deat1, te
uttered against prominent nembers of the
leptublionn party, if they shall attempt to b
visit thei- Districts, for the purpose of dis- b
oussirig the political questions of tle (ay ;
that doclarations are openly made by por
sons calling thom-e!ves Demoornts, of their
determination not to permit their political
opponents to vote at the enstuing electiou;
atnd, to enaLle them to efl'ct their ptrposes
and to overawe the people, large qttnities
of fire-armts, of the most imp,roved descrilp- It
tion, have been brotght into the State and
secretly deetributed ; that tie publio 1ligh
ways are picketed and patrolled by armed tI
inen, who stop and interrogato passetigers, o
frequently abusing and Insulting those who
differ'with them in itpoliticol opinion: and a
espeoially is there apparent a systematic of- b
rurt, by abuse and intiiiidlnt ion, to deter col
ored persons from ilto exorcise of the elec
five franchise, and all this in transgression It
of law, in derogation of the pesace and dig
nity of the Contmonwealth, and in violation P
of the rights of tle citiiSens. I
Tie right of su'ftfage b6longs equally to
the white and colored race, and all muitt be
protee'ed in its free and pencernil exercise
Fraud or violence may vitiate tlt- rtturns of
oily poll where they mny be perpetrated,
atd I oal upon all goad citizens to aid
the officers of the law in their efforts to
maintain the peace and preserve the inde
pendence andi pitrity of the hallot box.
The State Government, of which I am the
Eaecutive head, Is not. only de facto but de t0
ruire, andcommands the allegiance of all 1)
wit bin its territorial limits. It is ind,lpen- 1)
Ient of Federal legisl:ntion and of the Fede
ral Judiciary, whose powers are defined by "
the Constmttion, to be "judicial" and not I
"political." Its sovereignty and its honer
are Itn Its own keeping; and t ie rights grant.
ed and conferred by it can only he effected Ai
or subverted by a change in the organitl tc
law, in obedionco to the wi6hes of the peo
of the Sinle acting in their sovereign anpa- Y
oity in a Convention called for ite purpose.
To resist. the laws of the State, represented 0
by its legally constitted ollicers, is atnt of
fence of- tle gravest character 1 and armed
resistance is treason.
Now, tlhrefoore, 1, ROBERT K. SCOT I',
governor of the State of -outl Carolion,
do hereby issue this my prool ination, on
|oining and commanding all Magistrates, fe
Sheriffig, at d other officers of the peace in
thelv repective Countles, to be falthful, vi.
gitant, and natie in tho discharge of their 1
duties, and to report. promptly to this De
partment every case where they are ob
mtructed or resisted-In doing ra; and, in the
Y%fht of resstnce or insult, they are di
reotod to daly to te netrest. thilitary p(et
United States troops for aid and co opver
ntilon in enforcing the laws and niintaining
the public peaee. In case of failutre oni the
part of Magistratesi Ohiriffe eind other ffA
cers of tlte pened to pIfortH these duties 6
promptly and efficiotily, either forlY neglect e
or sympaty with te w'rung-doers, they will
be promptly removed and their placca fill-ad Mi
by tacn loyal to tlte State and faitlifusl In te a
dischtarge of their obligations to the eorn.
And I do earnestly tp peal to t hie law-abid- fi
ing people of the State, to .those whto are
identitled and interested in hter reputation .a
and prosperity, io all Wt sire upposed to
violence atnd bloodshiled, and to a coitditfon
of riot,.and atnnrchty, In whtich life and pro
petrty are alike insecure, t hat they will aid
ame in my efforts to maIntain the sttpren,acy S
of the law ad Ite rights of the people, by n
discountenancling and denounoing all vio. ht
lence and outrAge, andi by ast'istintg the lila. F
gist rates and peace officers in arresting the
perpetrators thereof, so that ftey rsy be
brought to condign punishment,.
In the eye of the law, the rights of every C'
oltizen, white and color-ed, are equally sa' p
ored and egnally entitled to protection' and b
vIndIcation; and It Is my duty and dotermi
natioth to' tale all the power. at my disposal
ror Uha. t.tpe. Arid if my efforts to ac
comaplish til by peaceable mueans are fttts. si
ratod, by turbutent and rn wless mere rethst. ol
Ing the Exsecut re atthiority. in the~ persons ti
of itIs offcetrs, I shall be compelled, h oweve
Sr reinetantly, to arm itnd organize a *nfi0
haiet fu'Fre oft foyaf citis'enu to overcom#e that T
resisfattce; arnd the responsibility of the con. l(
requences, however disastrotts atid deplora. ni
ble, must rest upon the heads of thtoe who a
In tes!imony whereof, I hta'e hereuntlo
etm~y hand mid caused the great seal f
of the State to'be affixed, at Columbia
this twentieth day of Octruber, in, thte
yeat of eter Lord onte theand eight I
heudred and sixty eight, and is thre tI
tilnety-third year of t. Independence ir
of the United t3tates of Americtt- .l
ROBERTe K. SCOTT, Governor., -
#' L. Canooso, Scretary pof State. ,
oct 27-zI 1N
Difrect Steam Comtnunteation be
tween Char?esto nd iv Aer r<
Lio eopse t h Firt Cas Jrp
t'a esG lenIen,18 tn,. .C
DLiye,o ~sen4 Chab. irstshas1st ats
~tagGolden hrn - l'8 th@NoemIy.
sphefugh, -mmande-De em
6t f euwitidate a fneseohlta 'aa '
Re43ibqtrf Th ay.
finusbo'O OotOa iVar S
WiNsijOisoo,* tbr 27. Sa'ses dtur.
Ig the past wek ere 321 bres at
row Avertisements. .
We direct special?4t1tdutj6id Jo thd
Olumnns of now advortisements, that
ppear for the first time in to-days is
Our readers doubtless have observ
d that Fairflold .Distriet is advertised
Sbie sold, in oinall or largo tracts, to
ti purehasers, poxt Moidtiyi by our
heriff. Now is a ohianco for invest.
ireot Steam Communication.
Direct steani coorinunioation be
scou Charlestoii and Liverpool has
ol osthblishod. The first trip will
o on the 15th Novcnmlio-r !
See advertisoindlit of Robert Muie
eMeber to Vote.
Since we lire to live under th.ia re
orseless tyranny of a sectional ina
ority, lot every man ratuenmbor for
ic sake of tho past ahd f6v the 11t+ o
r the future, to put his pru.est
gainst its oppressions. in tho ballot
ox next Tuesday, ' and. whenever the
rce of a voto- is offerec! uS. Our
its a-e tied, but whii hypootite,o
retend to the forms of freedom, it
tould be a relief to spit in their
Lccs. elect outr candidate, and let themn
a omt of it; that we inny Icarn to dea
Axo thema the more.
IeNCNDAiisM. -Pssengers by the
reenville Railroad inforim us that
to stiblo of Gon. Mcowan, in Ab
evillc village, was entirely destroyed
y fire, on Toeaday night,- and a val
able horse burnt to death. '"The
latch is doing its work.
So says 'the Pwnuix of the 22d iti
ant. We would adviso our citizens
he on the alert for thosemidnight
A. goott's Impartiality,
Whan negroes in Columbia killed
nith, and now that the Camden
murnal offied has been biit, who
)ard or hears of a reward btig of
red to detoot the criminals I .ut
ro negroes afd shot, Pmid forthotes
l0 offer of '*tttards unheard of- in
)utli Onrolita Inftil now
one & Mirray'a Great 0iroxid.
Stono & Murray's Grout Cirdts will
thibit i1 Winfisbora, or Wodnaday
onemntir the 4t6. udging fr ad
umts whiii we see In oair Qxchanges
o should say that this *as second to
~no that evet'y visited this- orntry.
hat staid ard rellable papet, the
:ichinofd Wlhig, g[v'us the follow(ng
count of its ex;hibitions In tilat clty
,Stoe)r & Mfarray,~ Great %-rcus. gave
Khibitionts in- the city. :yesterdrgy af
~tnobn arnd lat fiight,r anid: notwith:
anding the powerful rivbl attractions
ithm which it had- .to- coatondl,.the
uige pavilion tras well paitr-onized on
ath occasions by huindreds of happy
tile folks, round-eyed with woender,
the daering and graceful feats .of
'tuhiation, the wonderful eerobatjo
erfornmancesm, and the display by
rutes of an intelligence seemingly'
,t far removed froib human. IIow
o,y clapped their 'tinmy hands, and
Irieked with .langhter at the anties
the mouler the inock aignity' of
0os0 cunning little'dogs,-and thiejou
Beo of sayings: ofn Mr, Merryman I
ho ocIreus is, one of thosbest,.i every
spect, whtiolr hae ever visited Richba
oad,:and is' well worthy -of-pamtron.
,Annr.qfr:n.-..-Messrn. Cald well' and
lehard Gist, of New' erry, 'wore 'a
sted, yesterday, andI btrugit to 0o.
nibia, charged - with 'ompi (ty (p
o nmurder of eoe Npunobh asMiN
g tri' ep of the edasla" Tfie
eto hat they know t h& Mr'dpra of
ishortl arest thii9n.--Phsim'x,
at and end privato f Iet-na 40o0
mbia I Are we still uileom tltarf
amorost's Young AtnerIoa.
The ,jnvenites arb'full of el. o er
e receftionofn uIarged' r mn$q
btis popini-r litt1% mmagasino, 1Mog'
etros, moroe tprios, tAoroipiles,
ore of everything that the '4hildren
o in love" with, IA Ihvolvod ( thl
bilaniLevent, wich ijpgs~ l~e
)ethoiYoung AtpQrjoan seri n
t lie &rlrog Ocn Il1tbredI
a find no other In th.m*lho1e rang.
perioc3dt tefabd''th4t *1-U jlove
retlly valunble inforination in regard
to dress, the household, and whatever
pertnins to woinals work, .Soil for
it. Published at 475 I)roadwity, N,
Y. $3, with a preiniunl
The Land We Love,
The Novembor number of tho Land
We Love rottcty" (l'19"Wth*itb
,ustal variotpo Intprrf ppqter.
A beaudfut engrAving r presents sk
Secle in the battle,of Eut%% witO
description rrom (. &ilmoro' ,
.Esq. The principal articles are bat.
tic of 0loasa iWH, t1o Va'it'y nil(
tho Glory of Litorature, Valborgs,
inne .''ryst, Wi,twdoorCfitle( oneQrn-J
ing He'roes, Mrs. CronshawSt
Organ rinders, Clsirdtles ill Uhoath
tm i"vIision in i fiimiid 8h, 4n 4T W
Jean iigolow by Mrs. Piestf.6,
The poctry Is by Yi. T." iuwitoan;'
Alrs. Rosa V.- Jeffroyl nnd Miss Tbaok
Maginley* Carcole 0 rono -
Maginley k Clarrols 'eircu-ri-oud
litave cottle and gote. No hubug,.
Send 15 conts for a specinon nung
bor of the Carolin )'rmer, contain.
ing splendid list of proniums for noi
subscribers. Active neents are sk
ing $5.00 to $10.00 por ifty; Ad
dress, Win, H. Bornard, 'Vropriotorj
STATE OV SOU ril I-1IOLINA,
CO..uMBIA, 0eobOr lt,*1808f
iN piu'.nceo of an Act of the Genera
npsied September 2r,th, 188,
:n Election will be held onl the second
TUiSICAY, of Noteinber, being 'th tehlit
day thereof, it 'll Incorpot-aed difi0 s anfd
Tiwns or this Stae, for the Election of alt
Oticers provided for by the Charters of tho
said Citiesandi Towits.1
The Maa.igers of Eleot hus, app9inted id
purstiano of ain Act to provide fur the next,
general election, ar7o wthorjaed and reinir
ed to cownd.tct the lunicipal Jections afarie
said, until otherwise piovidd for by a*.
The qualificalonits of ai Eleot ioinsial ly
those reuired by lie Const itof ia, together,
With a residence ol sixly daym, nes preopde
ing. tle Elect io1. wit hin, t lie ccrpora d litits
of the City orTiwn, ind thrit he has bee
(lily regiseredl in the Ward or Preciht Ira
whieh Fie uffet's to vote.
The Manaters of- Ele.sjoe ghali ..oped
hit 1e'8eeiVCe polling plACes for three
day, next, preceding the day of leectbfId
from 7 A. M.- to 6 1'. M.. fur tire puipose of
registering the names of the qunlified eleo,
tors and their places of residence,
All bar rooms and dtinking .sIooss Ir
tili Town or City where such Election is
feld, i?Rall be closed on I Ito dity'of Electfon;
and any person who shall sell r('an'y periaest
asny intolttinng driks on tipo dag o- Ele
lion, shall be goiity or a inlt'demteator, nnd-(
on conviction thereof, tshall be fitned, in a
sumi net less thaai one hui,1:-ed dollars1 wr'
morer thian itree hutn'Je<f dolina,' ot' be inat.
prisoned, for a period not. less thani ons
tnonth, nor more thani six nmonthsie
l'he Managers of Elecuions as aforesaId,
anid echcl of thein, are hiereby .required, af,.
ter; due publiention, and' wIh Ii trict regard
to 'the fgeovI:!ons of :he CSrn4til;tion and of'
the laits of tIra State taoit,il tkvi'r ud -i
il Aueh-Caise, to caluse sufdh Eleo't ons to
held in their' respective Cities and eTowner
on the day aforesaid ; andi to take gll thy
neopssary stepa hor' the holirrg of-s
Mleciois, nd ortheI loe'rIAnirig *a'e.
lrernhang the plersons wiVo shiall kine be'or'v
dnly elect-ed thereat. - .
Given under miy httnd and- the seal- 6f the
* State, in the City of-C.lJnb ,thi~
16th day of' Qcto*r, In the ear of
onr Lord one thoutnqn' eI$ht hnk
[r,. 5.] dred ahid .sixtpelht,'ur'rd'in thle
ninety-third year "of the ' Indepen&'
d cenee of thoe United Staltes of Ameri
'F. L. Cannosa, See'y of 'State."
Nq6. 1 NoI
tion of the~ - ~'; '
hioh the are n