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Wednesday Morning, Feb. 4, 1874.
Expenses of the Convention,
T11'he coming Convention will cnuso
Some expense. This expenlso mu11st
be bortie by the delegates. As this
movement is one of public good, inl
which every property holder is inter
ested, these should all contribute.
Th Railroads will be beiilItted.
They should convey the delegates free
of charge, or at nominal rates. The
hiotelshould also charge but half
fare. Tle dclegates will go impelled
by their regaird for the com.1on wel.
fare, They should be assisted. TVhe
Conventicii hould be deli be rate.
Tle mistahos into which the last one
fell were caused by the want of due
icliberation. Let every preparationu
then be in.tde to entctntil them at ts
6n1alI expend as possible.
Judge Carporitor's Trouble.
1t will be reiremberod that a con
1iittoe was appointed by the House
of Representatives to investigate the
conduct, of J udge Carpeniber at Cam-j
den, in discharging an ignorant jury.
Ilis hlonor comes bravely out of hi.
troubleo ns will be seet from the
'ollowing extract from the procced
ings of the Iloue :
The commit)tee appoined to inves
tig:a1C the Chargos against Jddgo R1.
j' (hiirpenter, repot ted thaL Judge
rptn ter a p peaired before the con
ittce, and upon being interrogated
by the chalil rnn, reilid as follows :
Th-it le 1 disCbiiuged the ju'ry be!caueic
they were iicoipeteuil, and that his
;t wias was a judiciil at, and that
the LIegislature of South CarOlinia
.ald no jilt isdictioi -in the pretnises.
Thiese faets the coniinittee submitted
L itlhout, contnent., leaving to the
Iluue to judge of iheir weight, im
portalee' aid legality.
Mr liuiley ubninitted a minitiority
report . solitwiig tiat, alf1or full 'coi I
dcideraiion (if the resolitionl atid i
thoronlhi i invest igat ion, he had 11r iv
ed at t eonelusiIn tha tie. iC('iruit
Judge acted il good faith, and witini
the just limit of a proper legal dis
4retioni. The min jur ity report, how.
ever, w1as; adopted.
A Judge in Trouble.
Il aniuotier culuin will be found an
extract, from tle proceedings of the
Legislat ure, embodyivg a resolution to
institute i~nuiry into the conduct of.,
Judge Carpenter inl discharging it
ju.y bec.lus of their utter uni
for their duties, us shown in a verdie.
rendered by them contrary to all
reasoi and justice. Our legislators
tre iuito fond of in estigation tifter
their own fashiiol, aid we are by lno
maCns118 surplh'rised at this action. Ever
since the liadical party conmnenced
their rtuns rutle, the leaders have
been on the lookout for something on
which to founid a charge of dliscrii--.
nat ion) "on account of rae, coo or
previous1 coniditiont of servitude ;"'
and whiile we hardly suppllose t hat
thist will b'e the complaint aigaint
J1udge (Car1penitoer, yet wve can not but
t hiink thazt at t he bottomi of thle reso
lutiotns adijpted by the I louse is the
tuania no0w so prevalent for construing
every act, whether legal or otherwise,
aigainist th le colored uman, into an in
fi ingemnit ofhiis "civil rig hts.'" The1
action of J udge t.arplenter canntot btut
ineet die aipprobation of et ery good
citizen. ini too many cases, the
juries arc mlade up of men, who, by
realsoni either of pn'tjud ice or of meon
tal intcapacity3, are incaipable of re.
alIiz.ing the nmagnitudo of the issues
presented f'or a djtuication. The re-3
ceot case in J udge Carpenter's court
is by nic toans the first in which law
~and evidence have been most shamec
f'ully3 d isrega rdet' . The Ku Kluix
trials before .Judge Rond, (in which
the juries wuere mtanipuilated touch
after the. samio manner as arc some
of those in otur State courts) iil
ever st and as a blot upon01 the record
of the United States C'ourt *iu Soumth
Caroliina. We ate not disposed, at
this late day, to d1well upon01 the mani.
ncr in which those trials woeecon
ltkd WiA. til the facot, siznpiy
to show that the case'i mde is
not thle first in outr Stae, t~i'.ongh
Judge Carpenter is the first of oui
judiciary, as far as our knowledge
extenids, who has hiid the courage to
give a merited rebuke alike to t he
jurors thiemiselves, to those by whom
they wore empanied, and to the
framecrs of a system susceptible of
such flagrant abuse.
WVhile we have no possible symnpa
thy with Judge Carpenter in his po
litical afliliations, and whbile there
are many of his judioial acts which
muoot our hearty condemination, yet
we eannot but express our gratifica
tion at his recent manly notion, and
the hope that the investigation, should
one be had, will r'esult in a full vin
Our legislators are imuch too. fond
of so-enlled investigation ; and the i
matters which receive their attention t
are most frequently those of minor b
importance and intorest to Cho people a
at large. The constant and palpable
frauds perpetrated under the guise
of legi-latis e and gubernatorial nu..
thority ate a nuch wider and wor.
thier subject of inquiry than the
d ischarge by a judge of a jury beosuse
of their inoapacity. The frauduleit
and enormous increase of the State
debt ; the numberless swindles done 0
under pretence of furnishing "lands
for the landless, homes for the home
iss," and of equipping our gallant t
"National Guard ;" the immenso
sums fraudulently given to the r
Printing Ring ; the frequent and no
torious instances of bribery and cor
ruption in all branches of the State
government ; these furnish ample
field for investigation-investigation,
too, that would redound to the benefit
of all tie honest people of South
Carolina, and command their hearty r
and unanimous co-operation.
Tno Taipuyers lonvention. 0
On Monday, meetings were held t
in vai ious Counties for the purpose
of electing delegates to the taxpay
erm Cenventiotn. This body willineet
in Columbia on tho 17th. To its
proceedings thte eye of the whole t
State is turned. It behooves the
meiubers to deliberate maturely, and 9
to bring something to pass. The P
duties of the Convention are mani.
fold. So many grievances exist that t
to provide remedies for all would io,
qu ire ntuch time, probably more than
ann be given at present. But the
move thuuld be inaugur ted now, and t
perfceted at future meetitigs. The 8
firht, dity is the preparatin of an
albpeatl to Congress and to the differ
ent Lagil tures itan d deliberative t
hodies through thOe whole North. A t
panphlet ht.uld also be prepared a
set ting forth our grievances in a plain P
stiatenient, and this should be seat- I
tered through every Northern Statto
as a campaign doouttent. The West
ern fariers Mhould be invited to send
hero an inve itigating committeo in
whom they h:nve confidence, to dis- t
cover the truth of' the complaints
uttered by our people. Petition af
tor petition should bo sent out until
the North will be obliged to turn at. F
tention to our cry. Show them that
- c e rt ily in earniest, and thit b
3illt 1*r., atees are nut idle vaporings,
but the expressions uf a desperate 1
While (loiig this, we must look I
nearer home. The gods help ttos t
who help themselves. We must have t
a plaitn understanding wi th Governor t
i3loses and the Legislature. They
must be told that thne taxpayers are g
weary of supporting themi in extrava.
gance and idlcness. Let them know
that we will pay a certaiin amount of t
ttaxes and no more, that leagues will
be formed to resist oppression. Tell t
.3loses also that the people will noe a
longer pay taxes to arrespoinsible of.
ficials appointed by him. The At-t
torney Gleneral reports that over four
hundred thousand dollars htave beotn
emnbezzled by thievinag County Trens- I
urers. This must be ended. Property I
holders will ato lontger pay taxes a
t wice, first to emabezz'.ing Trcasurers, y
anid then to a swindlinhg adnministra
t'oni. Another grievance is the whole
system of Trial Justices. T1hroe- I
fourths of those petty officials are
veahietes of fraud and inoitors of i
litigationa. Moses shotuld be made to a
distinctly understand that these must
be0 romoved and decont momn put in<
Thecre arc tmany other grievances
shat might be enumerated, all of i
which must be redressed.
The policy of "mtasterly inactivi- I
ty,"' hbough good in some respeets, i
has beetn, in otlnersi a failure. WVe<
naust muse from this inact ionm. Shall~
we sleep, and sun'er ourselves to be <
destroyed 1 Shall we haive our
Ihomnes tatken from t us, antd oura a ights
enuitailed without a struggle 1 81hall I
we' see op n bbery and oppression<
goinag on before our eyes, and do I
uothintg to arrest it 1 We are fast
~ing all the spairit we once possessed <
No otb'!r Country on theo face of thte
earth wonu'd submit. to what we every
day uniderg\withnout a struggle. It
mtu'st comno sojlner or later. The
New York Tribuane gas proclaimed in
thutiner tones "Recford or Rlevolu
tion I" This ery, "Reof rm or Roeo
lution !" should be taken phby every
honest mian in South 'arolina.
Prosecuito thte thieves in eyem.'y eourt,
exht aust e very peaceableo mean. , first,
and after thast, if nothing be a Com-i
plished, the honest men of the -tate
iwill not be respaonsible for any kdos.
porate alternative, that the in orne
prinoiple of self-defence may a p
WVe doc not beliovo extroaoa? Will
' necessary. In our opinion, a tl
ltermined front shown by all honest a
1en, will cause the thitves to stop al
heir in their headlong career. \Ve b
ave groat confidence in thi good re- is
ults of the coming Convention. Y
- - _- a-04 _ _1
A Pitiful Pretext,
Tle findness of the RHadicals for g
iaking capital of nothing is strik,
agly seen in the tonacity with which
hey eling, as drowning men1 to striws
a the merest ad most puerile pre
ext for construing every -ign of
omibination on the part of tho tax
ayers of South Carolina again,. the
illainous governent under which
bey now groati into a conspiracy
gainst the laws of the United States
bpecimen of this we find in a ei
eceut article in the Geoigetowi b
'Janet, a Radical sheet publish- "
d by Bowley, a negro member of the tl
louse from that County. This bold tLi
tepublican starts out with the false th
llegation that the Tax-payers' Con., P1
ention of 1871 was productive of a
bate of public sentinitut giving I
iso to the Ku Klux opei atiolns in of
pper South Caroiinn, and thence to
oneludes that the coming Conven- C
ion will lead to like reaults. In 0
oint of fact, the statement is en. di
irely without foundation ; and in a
oint of reason is as weak as an argu- wo
lent as it is contemptible ats L poli- ti
ical artifice. oI
We are, of cnurse, not inclined to it
ive much weight, to the fully of a (
>ual tupported, as we pre.,uiome the
'1anet to be, by pitionage obtained it
trough priititng ring frnmils itad
'gislatyive favoritisn.; we cite the P'
oints nadc by this bi ill iant .riter, t
s an c idence of the de icieney of ti
lie IRidical party in r-al Imoral j
trength, as showi by the eagerness K
ith whidh they avail thelnselves
f issues as dead Au we hope m
to cause ieadi, to them to be, ;I
e east odium upon a proposed il
ssetublage of the inttel.igLilt tax- te
ayer of Suith Carolina, for the "
urpose uf I hx iig beforc their fel
>w-Citize.s of the United iates, the In
srful e (.io of thitg, anow exist- D
(ig ii our Smte. h'lle cry of Ku
Elux is stle, anmd f.ll:, pJwei I ed -s on
e eus of ev-rv -un.,ible mati, IOWA
%er- much the Iltdiclb, and their luini- b
aries (if the pie.-s in-y wi.-h to re-1al
ive it. The people of Suuth Caro
na, inl the ippruaciia.g C. ivel.tion, W
oteid sin ply to lrt the light, in. 7
cre t in every citizen of tle liited
tates, to protest earnitstlv it
e cubly, against tihe outinages tl.y
ave ITered under tihe rule tf lit:
Ladical party. L is their pu rias,
brough that vonvetition ti pto tlay
a their fellow-eitizenas the evils of
ax ationl without represenitation in sr
he lawmno aking power of the State 'M
overnlmnt, and1. the mamy villa-.ious
rallnmactions done by thle Raical d
ulers of South~ CarolinI unduer pre- A
ance of legal e~autnec.ss; antd to I
etition Congress for a re2d.e:s of b
beir many gaieivances. is there
nth~linig not highly proper indi
ra i.ewvthy inl this actioni, andl is
bre anry ground for are nbe
aindi to appirehenid anly bu. pa.e. ful b~
ieasures at~d lt gitimamte re sulth 8:
romn a conlventin composed, not of 1.1
re-eationg poli~ieians and bo iimai,
tumpl)oriators, but of honest, in'eli.
eumt Sad latw-ablidinlg cit izen i. It
~ill have the honor oIf being com.i Ir
osed of the best and pulrest of Caro
ina'.,~ sotas, and will in all re pee' s p
lifier from ordiniary political g other
ags. It will elnmhatcally, y-et with I
calmnless anti dignity conidtent
Vit lie ebaracer of inteletual umen, se
onsidr~r and take action upoa the C
nany and grievous wrongs uinder
rhich oulr people niow la bir. Pure 2
a its character, patriotic ini its per-g
ose, and abovo tile corrupting in- i:
luenees of politi~s, it will cotumenl i
tselt to the respeoe:f.l cosi eraiol
f evemy righlt-milded citizenl withouta
egard to party or section. And no t,
lenunciation from hostile source, and o
io puerile attempt to misrepresent a
ts true character cani do aught tc
linder its progress in good works orr
lepitive it of the respect of the coun-* g
ry. The empatie utterancoes of a q
>eople oppressed with almiost everya
onceivable form of oppression can-a
lot but be hleard and heeded, and
ny attempt to stigmatize their as- t
emblies inl any way whatever will
~ai-disgra cefully fail of its purpose. ti
On Saturday night last two ex
juisite young men arrived from Co
Lumbia (their place of residence) at
Browns Hotel in Winnsboro S. C, and
give their nao'ea as Simmers andc
Wilson representing themsaelvns as
hgents sof Wheeler & Wilson sew
lng machine. They remained over un
Lil Mon4ay when they qnietly lo*ka
keir room taking the key with them
so their unpt.id bill. Si-aa mes is
)Out five feet, 10 inchses high slight
ailt, with a sandy mustach, \Vilson
short and thick set, clean shaved.
ou will do me and my brother land.
rMl a kindness by giving the young
>nts the benelit of this notico.
ou and all your brothers of the
Aill who copy this aro cordially in
ted to dino with like at any tiane
>u can make it convenient to do
i1A. L. BROWN,
Proprietor of iown's Ilutel.
An l'nforttillale Jtidge.
Judge Carpenter scems to Lave ox.
teld tibe ire of his Legislative fr:ends
r his atioLun at Camden in disharg
g with rebuke, the worthless jury
at hadl been imipanmell edt. We c Iip
c follo.vinig frotu the proceedings of
4 Hiouse as given by the Col'iabia
J. ). Boston introduced the fol.
wing resolution :
Wheress, R. B. Carp enter, Judge
the Filth Circuit, at the receit
rm of the Court, held at Camden
11., in the 'outy or Kershaw, did
cr-,step the bounds of his Quty by
scharging a jury regularly drawn
d empaneltd, beeaum.e isid jury
ks composed of colored men, and
,re empansled for the purpose of
ying a ColorCL mhan for the oflniee
lareeny ; and, whereas, the said
.3. Carpenter alegos, falely, as
a gromi for the cout se ie pursued,
at, the said jurysmen were dishouest
d incounpetent ; now, therefore, be
ResolCCed, That the said R. 13. Car
iter be ispecnihed for conduct un
comning a Judge, and AVur denl3ing
citize.ns of this State, "n account of
(ir ol0r, the t ight, to serve as
rors in ansd for the County of
A debate ensued, when Minort in
Oduced I resulution, which was
lopte;d, that a coiniittee of live be
spointeil to inivestigate the Charges
leged against Judg. R. B. Carpen
r, iss conitained and implied ink the
solution by d1. 1). lBostons, with p)ow
to send for i.ersonas and paper.
The Sieker aniinounced ls the coim
itte-', Mearbr. Mlinort, Hlurley, J.
Boston, Adanison MAId I. Samkinss.
There were three deaths in Colum
a for the week eIndinig the 2dhti UIt.
The deaths in) Charleston for the
k nding .lannary 2--ilt weie 33
whites and 26 coloried.
The number of emigranfts arriv.
g at Charleston on tha. 27tlh was
s9 ; and aill got enigage mIeurs a, fairi
iges. They setciead anxiuus and
illing to wuik.
At the aniiiiven-ary dinner of the
urns Club, of' Columbia, On linday
ghlt last, Gr(ov. 'Moses, by liequest,
iog '"The Wearing iof thle Grceei,"
'here was haughty N eagle ?
At anetion sales in CharsitSon, ou
e 27thl, 1 ,t'00 aceres of landi in St.
udlre w'~ su aislihii broghtV $1)1; andsi
240 (thle Toiigiiid 5o pt. ant a t i im)
-ought $700. Such are the cffects
Thle store of Hoiwdens, Go od lett &
,of Spa rt allblirag, was biroikeni open
the 23d anid r'obbhed (if gioods and1
onecy to the amllounit of four or live
irdrod (101lars. Oif thIis amsount was
150 eash. Thei goodhs were' subsequenst
founad in the graveyard.
The Governor hias approved the
Ilowing acts, and they are now a
An iact to empower' coroners to
jinish for cointempt.
Ans act to inaco rporateht thle Peet Diee
ouing Meni's Pl1antinrg C lb.
Ani act to incorporaute the Claren
sn Agricultural aund Prsogressive As
>iciutioni, of Clarendon cuinty, South
An act to alter and amor d section
->, chapter 25, titlo 6, part I, of the
An act to cbarter thse Jbatiens's
hosphsate Rive Minintg. Comnpasny,
Sthe State of South (Carolinsa, anid
grant to the persons namied therein,
aid their associautes the right to dig
isd mnre ini the beds of the naviga.
he streamns and waters of the State
Sonths Casrolina for phosphate rocks
ad p~hphitLie deplosi ts.
An act to regure till institutios
aing businiess in lending mionsey and
>Ceiving deposits undter eharters
ranted by the State to publish
uarteuly statemeints ot their business
An auet to amnend a joint resolution
uthiorizing the counlty comiissioners
f leatufor t county, to levy a speciali
rx. Approved l'ebrtuary 26, 1873.
An act to incorporate thue Farmers
ad Planters' Saving and 1osan Asso
iation, of ilaimburng, South Carolina.
"lIe ealled me an ass, a simspletons
nad ain idiot, all of which I declare to
e true,' occurs in thse affidavit of a
Charlotto has a man so msean that
then lie asked an emsployce to drink
with himi, went off to his oflico and
barged the employee with it.
The whole unumber of postal cards
lisposed of so far, by orders from
soetmaste and other wise, us nearly
This unrivalledl zouitherni Billedy is
walrnlled n1ol, tu o(101 ico t Single piatile olf
Mercury, or any iijikuriouls Iineral sub
staice hilt is
PU RELY VEGETAILE,
conta iinig Ilhose Soultherit Iloos and I[erbst
which an sill-wise Providenlce lihs placed int
couitries whero Liver Diseases tuost
Ireo"Vasil. It will clre alII iii!4eases cauksed
b.y Derangement of lie Liver.
Th12 sptomst (155 of Liver C(omss plait Iaore t
hitter or bail Iaste in fite mnouh ; Pin in
ie Ilick, Si'les or -Joints, ot'en mistikens
for Itlietiiatiss : Sour SIomsa"is : Loss of
Appetite ; Bowels alornilely vostive and
ax lilendielhe ; Los's of iseirnory, with i
pilifiul senlsllioni of ha11vinlti fitiled Io do
.smething Which ousght t) alive oeen donse
)ebility, Low Spirits. a thick yellow np
pearance of the Skin iid Hyes, -i dry
Congh ofen i mistiken for Consuimption.
Sonielties many of theso synptos0ll% afttensd
the disease, aM others very few ; but file
Liver, fie ltrgest rni'gan in ile body, i3
gonerally I ie seat( c s the disease. ssnid ' not
ltegulited in Limtse. rereat suffering, wrcioh
edness and lDenih will ensuo.
This Greatt Unfailiig Specific will not be
foiund the least UInplenslnt.
For Dyspeln in, Constipat ion, Jnundico,
Bhllious aineks, Sick IHeadnebe. ('olic.
Dt.pression of Spirits, Sour Stoninch, lie, rt
ullirn, &C., &C.
8131310'S LIVEII IIE1L'L. A TOI' 01 3I I,
Is the Chenpesi, Purest and est Family
.lcdiene ink the Worid 1
Matuiuiftetured only by
.1. ii. ZEMLIN & CO.,
MicoG, It nd 'l'hiladel phi ia.
Price, $1 00. Sold by till Druggists.
To the Planters and Far
mars of South Carolina.
T Ili subscrlier res pecs filly itvile
y1.somur aition o aI Poritabsle l'flank
Iinu straight rsil fieice, Which Ihe consilens
ly believes solves tile Feliee qiest
whi, MsinCe lie chlinge of orr labor systei
5 now the (ftest-ion ' o lse fiim.
hi-i lettee is one.ol' tisitjiler iostel r cril
soproclailed by all who have exa4n1i(eil
Or iied it. Wiih nearly ONI 11|A i, 1.. IS
itAILS, the usss'ioIsh )y crooked fiensc enCa
be conveied, wilt asinnl mi I, inlo n subII
AiaslslI. d nbiIIlIe I'ence, w ilsolti ibt ,.~t' 01
new rijt. It is- ensiy adIIo---cani bo.
f illidly cos11t4rcseld. Propeily' con09 list oil
( is proo g:Ir:iitnlsy stock, wiid rs
1iisd wt ill 'si il y t s, if u:mt
lon1ger, withouMt ropa)ir. No partI of thev
Ieincie ieed ouhiel tihe grni:l . llegiires io
po1t -hboles, no . ir, Iso huaI insg I mort iS
Thisii fenie b 1 be iniil i'e inl lh SassI
of New York sid .lissisippi, nil in (-vo-x
inlstanice 11s mt'ore ihalns il te Imloi l il
Ir ii expcaion. s ( fe most pratien
This fence Ias atn'llted bv Ceo. I
Clake aid . o. , of New York in I i71. The
unidersigiid halts plrclis(l tile eitire in
rer'st of ite palentees For Ihe Ilt' o:
Soulb tIl'ari'innl, ail is preasesvd to seli
( NUNTY AND F.a10 lil1t(IT. for hi e
saie. These will be sold oni rinsonalile
Oiver thle ilIy popislar ieiiee of hl
llev. Jhini 11. Stione, it Las tse 10llwing
1It i. s per. bees being all
-'Air~ I.inse Feiice,"' is iak'ts l-:-s rail
ltoerause, hasvuing no0 whie asnd loss lholes I,
payi3 fort, iit will save'15 il elsnI cosI snmre~
Iliant doisble Ihe cOust uf'1nsrms l'iighits ofsany
Misii., I is tuiOre dlsuible. llaiving n,.'
Poiw. 51In lie giiisasl, is cannoit srir il.
Everiy irail bei.nag i'leari of Ithei grnol ei. x
Ilsinns it.Ifrim lie 9lline' d~isadvaniitage
liegig firm55ly bainced. il idlers greai :eOSis
Iii neet sI :ck, wlindsi or l..
'bl. Iiing lo t abile. ii is msiore con5 v'5ei
in costriuetliston i and dlesirnble in use.
Tlos entleri'isliing younI g men'i aI i'are' 4p
p'srtuniiiy is ill'ers Isi saike ui~ l i
lturcha~se of' ('onsnly I llhs. ( urreis; tn
N. 11 As I wlil lie ,-bi~sn t'ifriom li ssens
until the 1 st of' Nosvetuber. i'irl i,'s wrish ini
1fur1 heri inflormautions lwill tomu~ient~is i' ib
It. 1. Ellsn Agenst for Fiir'seid Cunt y'.
sepi 27 him
praetXewels, Ra ,BDalfer 6imwnan
LiH. HlAL L&8 CO,
This Cut, on tttoed nocoriding to Acl a
ngress, in t' to year 1878, by I. TI
ALL~t & Co., in1 he office of the Librarians
Congress, a e-Wlashington.
FORL SA LE BY
Jan 13 - . W. PinL.1PSc
WILL HE SOLD AS FOLLOWS:
$50 PER TON OF 2,000 1be
$55 PER TON OF 2,000 lbc.
Payable November 1,1874.
Frei-Mlt allitd Urinyu"e to be Added.
ITS SIW&*).;m IS
U NPAR A L E L E
AND ITIS ST ANDAI' 1S
A 1o. L
WILL IIE SOLD AS FOLLOWS:
CASII P ICE.
$33 Per Ton of 2,000 1b
TIE PlC E.
$38 Per Ton of 2,000 1L
Payable Novern er1 1874.
Freight and 1),-ayage addei,
;[O. W . U ALI 8 & B)
( INER A LA AU E' N TS AT
C~i rlet r E!!. C)
UFE INSURMNCE 001
A N I,
ASSETS $1 00O,000,
Hon. Jefferson Davis, res
GenI. W~ade llamipton, Vice Presl
J. D. KENNEDY,Sta.e Agatv
J) l'i H io l0 .l.sT ON,
laty 1- Iy> Loal A genl
Liveryf ~and Sal
A. F. G00D I N ,
jKEElP contstantly on handta ext ra f0
i Kentucky li '.e:- ami. Auiles. Parn
in wvat ofn gal d M a will (10 well to gi
In onnevtion wnilth mya I.ivery Stoahl
hn ae .alrened a t .ate, ibuggy tand 'a'
on Fuca ry . i tH a.m k nat ly exencued ta
wtaranted'a, Giive met. a call.
TERMS F'ORC 1874.
W~'' nprpose to sell p oodsq lor 18$N
a cashl btasian. All goodes ch.arg
ont our boonks wil! beOC cnsidea'redl due
t he first day of thne mnth Ifollo.wing, a
all bills notaf thien Pid wrill be chaarged i
terest att Ih rate1.. of t wo (2) per cent p
mo anth ul patid. This rule will
strielly aidhered to in all cases where
special atrrngaoments. are madtte,
jan 22 'a Iilliills & )WIlO IaT.
~AIVI'VNG paurchnasead at inte et
- -.. AMr. it. J1. Kelly in thneabove saltin
I will condutl I ie busineoss as anerel orm
1lesides the finest ltrandaies, Wines, WI.
keys tand Segars, I htave a R asturantt t
lacheda, where ptarties cant gelt meals at.
hours of the' best thIe markel aff'or<
Frusah Oyslers on linn-d every (lny. T1
patro~tsge of the public is reaspect fily
licited. K. C. TIMt AON I
P ARTlES indebted Io me for ejil
Planitationa supplies or fainily 01
ceries needl not apply for fur ther ind
genceo or accotmmodlationi untiiluhy p
up what Is due. They will also confe,
ravor by not sending anty more ordlers
my store, as tho snmte will not be fille
unless accomupantied with I he cnsh.
jsha 17..1: T. R. ROBER UTCOM
GRA N D
FALL and WiNTER
M I L LINE RY.
J. 0. BOAG'S.
W E agaiin take pleasire in calling t ho
: tteilliol o t I lie l dies to oil til n ttiIal
large stmiok of ladlies pattern1 Hls, nuiid
Boliuncs. Iibbonus, Flowers ail Fea lithels.
A hill liio of DitY GOODS, Isldies
Dre-s Geo!wIs. Natlionts and fancy goods,
,io hinie, .\le and Woitenz's hootus, Shuoe.4
Gricorie-1i an4 (Con fect ionaris, ('ignru
Iudl Tob-teco, Furnitiure, Mattresses &c.
CALL AND SEE
sep 18 J. 0. BOAG.
.." now receiving the largest aid
bust seicted 'cock of
BOOTS & SHOES.
they have ever had, und aire uow
prepi d t lo diiiniiiter
bolid Coifort to
We ilavtys aim', at buyiig good QOODS
andl believe I lint these wiho faivor
ui with1 a Irial will
realize ilie fact.
MeLauglinii & Co.
K ing'! M 01111111i ll 31l lr y SC11001.
YOi1KVI LLE, 8. C.
'Ti! is Institution is fully sup.
)lied with ilnis and all neces
-ary 'cientitic appniltus ; iand
ibe reicent extensionl of lie
cou ire of stiilices places it in
he I nt rank of SoieiirnI Eductlion
lustittion I . TIhe first sessuion of tio
Sebool Year of 1874, will hegii on the
ed of Fis lil1'A I;V*. Apply for Cataleguo
coitaininit full pul 1t ieclars.
COL. A COWARD.
dec 18 P-seipal
1 Car lo-d Lbiverpool Syruse Salt.
0 Sacks Grioud Salt,
10) loxes SoniiP asoirted,
I1,xes A -lita ntinue Uuindleus,
I Y'erce itice,
1 Tierce Lird,
Nails andtt Axes,
KEGSi. Cut nis, asusorted ; 6 lioxes
xtrai': l'atieint Finish"1 liarse
NaNit ;i 4 Donnet A xos. Low for ('nsh by
sept 2 IIB A unglt(
U ISSOll tion oI' Copari llerf4lIp.
SillE1 firm of Nelson and Revfi has tis
1 duay been dissolved by mutual
Jan. 19thl, 18-74 ii. B. IEFO.
erl iiuN. B. The books of the store are in the
en hadsofW M. Nelson for' collection.
11d Thei bookus of the Bar Rtooim iaro in the
n-iiiands of Ii. II. lIefo ror colleclion. All
er piersonts who oro indiebte atiii. cithIier pla cC
be are requesCt edi to make pay mnt at occ, as
1n0 we wisht thie books closed cas early as
possible. WV. M. NELSON,
j.l 24I-tly.1 U. 1. RIEFO.
e, - or Chr'istmaai Iholidays and comintg
iu- Ncw yeat for oh folkcs and young folks
LCalculated to mecet theo diversified tastes
laq of purchiasers of all ages sexes circumi
hoances and conditions, just received n,
We inivito inspection acnd Cuotmers.
-. M . ~i[ A N Cl1 iCL, M. D.,
-a ~ILreanat Winnasboro until the
to22d instant, and can lbe found at
, the residence of Capt P' Bacot. -
D~r., H. will continue lisa visits to Winnsi