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call.,( ; l e watiti ~ l NoI110 b t ili t. oal
bVo lllnt 1"r )1 tho k S'tiiedl to prmnI
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YhdIr oo t w do elt. pro
to is war ke fteas
' ier, pean tr*
e ita t f. 'I he former is a td
1,alternmativo and should by a
means be avoided. The latter al.
in." ternatlvdonshbm~f T rTf ic 'fo
tho;Tuxpaydrs' Convention is calAd
er. to'plevent'bloodshed. It is belibved
th-at if thle people tell tile egi,[&Ure
he ~~ p:il wht t y .0lo. ns la
et. thIey % will not, thle kjegislature
enwi 'nfr itfnWfSi~ f
it,. 'if the Conlvqntitbn should not meleto
-t t L1gtlatreA will coutinite in the
inj fuivre, as it has noted in t he pAst,
un-il some ueasure will be enneted
he that will enti 0 a bloody cosifliot.
cIy A iave cout se will do more to avert a
It rVIt ion tban an temporizing
I u. .sitemes. Our only hopo of safety lies
r1un in the Taxiuyers Convention. Let
ten evelry hoinest man then, irrespective
a) u' party support (ie Conveution-, a~d
In let eroukers be :,unt to the tear.
us. We are hippy to say we haj.ve seen
li.. no crt kers in Fairfield.
to Among the mniiy nuisances inau.
Sgiirated by the now regnite ther3 is
w none groater than the system of Trial
J iticc:;. The blamoe for this 'rests
%Vuit n Fr.nklin J. Moses, Jr., who by
a fraindulent is'sue of pay certificates,
1c and by corruption, foi.ted himiself
upon the ?tSate of South Carolina as
i ir Governor. Unmeriupulous him
seVl, he obtained the odlico for the
pirpose solely of personal aggran.
.lizment ; and to carry out his ends,
his appuitees are, with bat fow ex
c-ptions, igioriiant or vonal, or both.
With him, efibiency and mjerit are
ted a110 recOmmenticlidek'. Su soon as a
It subordinate imaifouts an indepen
dence suflicieit to refuse becoming a
to.d, he is removed and some maoro
t ' l pliait chiricter is instakeod in his
1teid, Aiong the,o incompet3ant
fflieiale, Trial Justices compose n
ree iuajority. Thiese oflicers. ale coin.
paratively irrespousiblo. They keep
no reord, and their deeds are not
kn llown. The Cases over wiho ,they
or- have jurisdiction are too insignificant
Lh fur the employment of an attor'uey
to propound the Ia*, and the parti.s
to 11io suit depend for thdir : rightd.
Sa. entirely upon the integrity and legal
A knowledge of the Trial Ju tice. the
C i offico shoild therefore be filled by
sole pci-son of good character and
fair education. Iuqto'ad of this, we
flod men of debasel abarilcter and
having an utter ignorance or disre.
r 1ar. of 1iw. The evil that such
i en lid Ill -tairring lip petty litigation
co and promoting discord is inealoulable.
11d The systemi of Trial J ustiCos is a
u.crying evil, caillinig alond for a reme
esdy. Gov'. Moses shows no evidence
onof reform. liis ap pointmeints are daily
*,. becomning more disgraoeful. (One of
ir hese aippointiments has been recently
Is mnido in this County. Mr. S. B.
lhe' Lufnipldin who has for s vordi yeiars
ne. heen aciting as Trial Justice, and giv
11d ing satisfaction to the neighborhood
a i has been recotly removed without
,'f any cause whaitsoeever. in his stead has
le tucn appilontad one Thsomas WValker.
ur. Thonis. WValker is a colored man whom
rswo do niot know, lle may be a very re
,. 4 spoetable fellow, b'tt't lie possesses no
ai i educoat ion, and is na unfit to be a Trial
buit Justice as Moses is to bo Governor.
iin. hbs alppioitineint is an insult to the
the jlaw, and an outrage to the intelhi
ith gence of the Connty. -What motive
'er Moses had in ap~iiiti'ng hiun3 except
not to pander to the colored vote is not
te app urnut. is appointmont is atm In..
.- dignit y to the coloredl people. There
a :are lty or a hu nd red colored men ini
eni, the1 couinty mniore1 comlpetent to fill this
ter ifliee than he is.
itil Senator Aloses Martin is r'espon.
sile egnia~lly with Moses. It lay
1l1. with himi to confirm or rejaot the
a-. noinirilationl. He, oaused the 8en
he r iato to uonfirma it.
We The following is the statuq of the
uf- Trial Juistices in 16 i tieb :I (yaie
hi:.t was 11eauivialciete of e mpiracny to pre -
p - venlt an arrenst by the Shior l', and .was
my3 lgedu ini prl'hon. Hie wia, howemver,
Vls remvedi subreqjuontly. True bills
ra- have been found by the (irand Jury
be *to thtse indict ments agast another
TrLi J1ustico, and lie will be tried at
a the next court. ie has neit yet
the been convicted and we tuspend jtidg
.-ment till then. ilut an oda should
ee beabe suspicion. Another Trial
-Justice appointed ra special constable
re-. tl~at could neither read nor write, in
ra-, a certain arrest, which wras tesisted
pby~tho person to be arrested, and the
to costs of a trial for oonspiraey were
tue entailed on the county. This 'trial
Lle-a Iustice offers in exonse that t$W oase
an- WaS'ur-gent, and he feared the cul
mid prit a ouldoescape ifbhe waited to find
icy another person. lint in no0 ease,.how
iot, ever great the .emes'gooey, 'shlould
frienid his cnot u- a paper, said
t thve been drawo up by another
Vrial Justice, in which a colored
-diiain releases her husband from his
ayinal engagunicut, and permits him
Q.diarry another woman. "resorviog
to Lerself a similar privilege." This
is the most easily obtaillod divorce
tg.Wjohave eVr beard of. Chicago
and lodiana must voil their faces be.
fore,a.South Ctroliua Trial Justice.
'T'hsek with the new appoiutee, are
some of the custodians of that, law
A' li'lh P. J. 11o.,es, Jr., soAltnnly
Owore to mlaaiiit..in.
We rei cat that the Triiti Jutices
are aauisainco, and we recuim tuenad the
Taxpayers' Couvein'itot to turn their
attention to th.-mm. WO will no long
et submit 'd bCh oditra,.es.
0 - L)Ik out for Dannenehrg &
TheO Uuion lerald, of Snladliy, con
tain the following : "GUv. Mobes'
l(eture dn religion that was an
nounced to take place at Parker's
1141 on M aIwy tveniing is post
potted to Thursday night."
This decidedly rich. H is Certificate.
eysppears a new 1-ole. l1 nia. be a
good paison for the same reason that
Bill Sykes' pup was a good 'coon dog,
lie has failed ut everything else. A
lecture on lcligi.n wih ll is Excel.
lency h iiciating, aind in hu e dlifice so
hallowed as Parke'ds "lHul,' cannot
fail to be edif) ing. We are curious
to kntu whethe th thena w It be
Judas i Variot or the Prodigal Son.
lIe might haudie either topic with
gleat shill. Wo tru.t that (Le Uni
versity will not bij Vow to recognize
his mem it. lie should fl-rthwith re
ceive the degree of lleverenid D- D.
Niles O. Parker, in a letter in the
P'h'omuix, wishes to know why thu tax
payers mualttain that the new bonds'
are r.ot asi good us the old,:- n-i Ohould
not bear t1n sathe V.dlue. The rea.
'oil is siunply that the ne.v Ltd
have Parkei's seal upon them. That's
Judge -Wiight re.et-ly made a
speech in Columbia violenitly opposing
immnigrat on. le woulil be stisfied,
he' al if the poor dowv4rdddon col.
ored man in Georgia wn brought here.
Just sti, but the loailigt-a ion suele
ties think diffurentlV. Judge Wright
may thank himself. and his ionfreret,
if Colored amen have become woa t I less
as laborers, and land!iolders are coin.
1Cl.Ud to look elsewb.ro.
The print ing bill last yot Vas
$.l150,000. 'I his would h. yo pur
ohuied )0,('00 ,crc' of gotid latill at
$5 an adrei whildh bolt furnibhi 2,
250 frms df fL- rty the s each (I e
to) er *y <Eored 'U.,to in Fal'icdti Coun.
agair at the emnortnities of thSo Mobilier
Pr int ing Rung Swint.le. One liy one,
Radieal journauh, imp1elled by fear, or
by haoiisty, wtill jiin tlk people in
their cru.ade. Tel preunt is the
day of reformn. Fr in ta ast to det
and fromn north to south; the move
ument is spreadin~g anid gaining
btrengthu. Thelu pieople are apparently
desirous of aweepinag before their
doore5, and arraniging t heir al irsF in
order before the comain of Cegra
(Jenteninial. We trs that irt
general cle.aring anay of rabbishi, the
corrupt demagogumes anud thiev s o
S.auth (Xaroliua wrill be burie iat the
Three more governmtient ofioit.lS
Latro come to grief. M j. I-.e. M.
(Colk hdfested $13l,l'77 of U elo
Stin Ii i o.(y in a Faro IBanik ; 'mn.
Molntyre hourowed $500,000, and
nlever pauid it, an~d Asa 110l0 purchased
etp..rfinne in gold speculation
with *55,324. After lthreds( of pro
seedinjzs, th..y were allowved to resign.
The Chr isaijan warrior, llo*ardl,
abo has a defieh of naeaarly $300,000o.
All these belonging~ to the "(.ld anud
The Old Dominion tufill sustains
her reputafionm as the Mother of
Statesmen. Senator Nesmith, of
Orogon, Gov. Allen and S'enator
Thurman, of Ohio, Sena'.or Harvey,
.of Kansas, Gov. C;oke, of Texas, and
the lawful Governor of Louisiana,
MoEnery, are all natives of Virginia.
All these gencomen~ h~ve bven few
cently elected. With Gov. Kemupor
and Senaator Withers, represenuting
herself, she has a galaxy of states
men now in public life, of which she
may bo prend.
We are anxious to see a report of
the leetare on religion delivered by
the Rev, . J. Moses, Jr., recently in
Parker's "Haul." Perhaps he will
give us his experience with
"Phat-osh' and the golden calf. His
friends should urge his olaims for the
position of chaplain to the Legisa-a
The Leglslatore, impelled either
he (oar of the nole o.. bya e. r
ing sene of honesty, l showing some
signs of repentance. Several meas.
ures looking to econoiny l e been
introduced. The ttie for paying
taxes has been extended sixty days
fron the t ime the hooks were opened.
E. W. M. Mskoy, ofhttriestutl, I
introduced an amendment ito tlpa
(Constititlon, fxing the cost of pub
lin printing at a t'im not exceeding
$50,J100. ie made a fotie 19 op4eech
ab.o, slaying that the acts o the South
tarolina Legiblature bad cost he-Re
publican party s-evoral States, and that
Grant was determoined to urload.
M r. Muckey has great ii filaice in
baarlec.ton, and, if sincete, hecan do
ni-uelh in tie .,usd of reform.
E cetioi.4 are being held in . Eng
I..nd for Parlianicnt.. The Liberala
v ill probably be defeated by the
Cua.servatives, anl Gladstone, the
Pi emier, will resign, D6rauli sdc
ceoll ingh i in.
Suie i-ersuns seem to think that
only lnrg e taxi h-yeim have a right to
gruwble with the Irescnt adminlt.
trution. People who havn't prop.
erty, are also interested as they could
Ma ke money if the financlil condi
ti on of the State were not so rotten.
It is rumored that the 11ev. Dr. F.
J. M rtes, Jr., will organize a now
sect in religion. The Decalogue will
be abolishtd, excpt thig command.
anent : "Thou shalt not kill, that thy
Governor's da3 s may be long in the
laInd." The ser'ices will con,ist in
"padssing round the hat" f'r the pas.
t..rh bvne fit.
I read in your issue of Thursds)
the proceedings of the meeting of
Taxpayers held last Monday, and
took special note of the delegate elect.
bd to the State Convention. In the
lift of the latter are two individua's
whuse names can not be found on the
tax bous of the County. I make no
oommenteiv but leave the people to
draw their oun conclusions.
brand 'ournament and Fanoy Ball.
Our ity, in e ah-yo, emu'ating
the Rucuess the Fates; and Furiesgrat/
ted dur rival sliter Bl3aekstock will
give on Tuesday the lha instant a
grand Paoont Tournament and fancy
b.all. Already t venty-five valiant
knights ate cOs-ni ni, and the
bcautiful prikes V.lued at over odf
hut-dred dollars, are filling their
dr.asq. A sumpt"Us rep ast will be
furnished and the residents are all
dettrnined to ue every endeavor to
give visitors a &-rth Camolina wel
dmnieg and a merry time.
You M~r. lWlitor, hava hoen seleit.
ed to present the, prize4. and as
chairman of the judges, so you see if
the "fogies" ignor ed youn and
other ycurtg fiten in the mant
tier of the r Taxpayers 8onvet ion you
are not without honor in your LWfl
dountry. We did not intend to touch
this point but our pen has unbidden
trun into it, so we wIll express tl'e
tarivef-sal regret that we are still in
the identical rut that has shiprecked
every good intention sinae
"Grinm visaged War hath amoeihtah his
wrinklt d front."
That "slough of Despbnd" is the
selection of old gent lemnen who ifave
politically exploded, and whose pres
ence brings down anathemas from the
ether side. We would not detract
from the gray hairs of out- sites bf
word, or deed, but these are times
that "try muen's souli" and we want
young, rtalwart men who have hech
borun of revolution and athade by cir
cumstances, whose political page is
unwritten and upon whose escutcheon
is alone ineribed "Dieu et mnon droit "
Pardon the digression, and do not
forget the 17lth inst. Tfhefubhlio are
invited to attend.
"JANCE & SPURS."
f/,ssnao, 8. .- F6b. 21974.
Editor af the Winnsboto "Mws."
SiR -As there are a great many ru
mors afloat. concerning the stealing of th6
overdoalsof deu'ain gentlemen from the
residence of Cel. Janmes II. Ition, In
Winnsboro on the night of the 23d day
of December 1873, and as an atkempf is
being made by certain parties haeconnect.
mue with said stealing from the fact, th~aL
one of the overconts was found in my
house. I deem it proper to give to the
public a true statement of the manner in
wbich said overcoat, was found in my
On Ileceemrber 20th 1878, one Joftn Smith
a relative of mino, who had about tea
days previous arrived from New York, sold
an otersoa to nmy youugeht brother
Alexaeder' Martin, Vho is eighteEn years
of age, for fifteen dollars, stating that it
was his:pvoperty. On 8atnday Janary
26th 1874, Atetandet Martin boriowed
may overeoast, tand I used hits, wearing It to
Winnshoto on Wednesday January 28, and
I went to Columbia the samea day. On the
following day I returned to Winneboro,
and was ita t~he Ursna Room a4..l.. ,,i
Irial of i.. . Danan)for m:rd'r, s.)
wearing Wie ome overcoat. On Thur'da
evning 1rettist1omte and hung
Werboat lh-tng hali, producing the sam
whei called for by' Thomas Hf. Aiken
spe6iallbotitnble who h ad a search way
rait foin Trial Justice D. B Kirkland,
sto tt qt (priher scandal,
ff1n very Itespeot fully,
JOHN M. MAirtN.
N Tliirtdity 6th int. a by hor
fofwy eitid "06-halif i its binr
foot tia oth6r pnarks. Feqolleoted, exoce
61addie nti:rked.' innrvmetion ouncerni
hirt Vill be gladly recoeivd and libvral
feb I -. II. BRIC .
LIBE hAL, IT9Ri
We ar offering oui 'uahos for this see
son on the follovng l 'eral term :
Phonix ttiano, Per Tott of 2,000 lbs
Wilcox. . 4ibs & Co.'s 3ai4niulated GU on4
Per Ton of 2,000 lbs ,S70 000.
($1.00 pei ton "trayge to e aded,) 0
credit u'till lt Novemntef, 1874. *ith
option of ptfigg hi Ntdit g otton, dc
liverelf Qd htfors' 6baiteut dipot,
qt .1,59. .por ii.
A discouNt of $16.d0 per 16n will be a
lowed for Cdsh.
Our Agelts througlioit 0li Stato sell i
tamo prices Rid 6n sAit tethMa as ou
Hand in youir orders to tiearqt Ager
WVI -olt, 011UM8 -Ai0.
CHlARLESTON S. 0,
BLACKSTOCK, S. c;
I IM IL. iindNE TTF #f
NISIEI11. The public furnished W-Ih ti
best ibe watkct affords.
JOI!N CA RRlOrt;
jan 29-1m Profrietor.
FOR SA LE BY
jain Yi1. *. PHil~InPA.
TERMS FOIL 1974.
W rE propose to sell roods for )874 e
a cash basis. All goods charge
on our bodks ivil' be boI&eil.ered due o
the first day of the month following, itn
all bills hot. then ptitt *fll.le clatgedt in
torest, at the rate of two (2) per cent pe
minth until paid. This ruale will b
strictly alhered to in till cased wlere i
spe ial arrangntnf- are maide.
n 22 #1111ER8S & DWN19IH Tq
A L who gave me their no'tes for Carc
. Iina Periliser. art fierde notifei
that their ntoiesa an' dfite 6Ithe 9rd-i
of Novemb')er next, and -nth in my hand
for collection. Those wljo gove mne the
not es for Cot to n Foa., wll i hnd their note
at the E tpress Oflise. I hope far 6 proffil
payment of both.
oct 11 JNO. TLI CAfIICA VT
Boots and Shoes
A N elegant lot of hloots and Shoes ju
~ reccived front T. Miles & on.
Mo.\ ASTER & IIlCE
Nails anud Axes,
dI - KId diii nitilsi. aissyted :. 6 lloi
a -Etra Patent Finiish" Iler,
kMatis 4 Dozen Axes. Low for ('ash I
This utnrivatled Southr hem irtedy
warteod not to cirttajtn a single particle
Mlercury, or any iiijurionts eiineral su
stance, but is
P URELY *EGOiTAhth
containing those Southern lRoots anti 11er
hith an ni lhi4s6 P'rovidlence has pia6'cd
countries whoe Liver Diseases me
prevail. It will cure all Diseases cans,
by Derangement of the Liver.
The symptoms of Liver Complaihic are
bittfer or bad taste in the month ; Pain
Iho ltnck, Sides or Joints, often mistak
foi- Rtumatism ;Sonr Stomaoh :Loss
A ppet ite ; howeltt alternately costive at
ax I Icba athe ; LosA o f membrf, w it It
painftul seiisdtidh of haviing faiiia to'
'omething which ought to have been doti
Debllity, Low Spirits, a thick yellow a
pearancee of the Skin and Eyes. i d
Cough often mistaken for Consuamptic
Hlometimes many of tfrene afmaptoms att
th~c dise se,. dt othef~s tfy few i bit. I
ILives, t he largest organ In thb6 body,
generally the seat ct the dieanse, and if n
Regulated in Lime. great siu'ering, wrote
edlnoss and Death will ensuto.
This Great Unfailing Speciflg gellt fbt
founld fire ist Jnpe~saht.
For Ilyspepu in, Constipation, 'Jaundi<
Billious attacks, Sick Headache, Col
De pression of Spirits, Sour Sboinadh, lieu
ulirn, &e., & c.
S(IM6GWSIIvEk REGbIJIATf ci MED
Is thte Cheapest, P'Orest and Dest Farul!
Medicone ini the Wernd I
Manhufactured only by
J. II. ZEILIN &, CO.,
Macon, (Ga., and PhIadelphitr.
Ifride, $1.0'0.- Sold by all Druggiwts.
fling's foruntain Milliary 80101
IfORKVI LL2;8.~ 0.
STillS Institutolba Ifllly suj
plied with armas and all ftece
sary seletiifo apparatuts; at
the teoest eoptension of ti
course of st udies places .iti
the front rank of Sonthern Eduoatlobi
Institutions. 'the flest session of tli
School Tear of 1874, *ill begin on tli
24 of FE BRUAlRY. Apply for Oatahogtu
contaiansh full purtioulare.
~~ COL, A. 60WARD,
ltb Nr 8. )4portes, against. Rlizabtuli
10 psbuii -Gothers--tomnplaiit to
* aVre closo f ortgage.
- t8BSUANNT to an order of Court, I
.- will offer for sale at public auction;
to the highest bidder before the court.
House- -Door, in Winnsboro within the
i legal houis of &.ale on the first Monday in
March next tho' following dosoribed pro
perty to wit :
All that plantatloit or tract of land
' , unt ift the i:ounty of Fairfield and
ate of South Carolina, on dreins of Big
( dar Creek. wa9ers of Broad River, con
kiining 6ighly.ono acre8 more or leis,
houTntd4d on the Ndf thI and east I y lands
he i ng to J. B. Coleman and Delihit
- McCuh6; o' tho Soutih Uy larids beloig
ipg trJ D. Davis, and do tho West by
lands 1tunging fo the e.tato of W. A. M.
Leggo, deceased and laviish uimcsapea
marks, butlt, and bouidnfies as hre repire
5tnied or a pint of resurvey ihmeot'
iHindo bty . A. Kenied" 1). 8. on (lie 24th
day of 8epteniher, A. D. 1868.
Terni Cash, purchaser to pay for pva
per. L.W. DUVAL,, S. F. C
Wininsboro, .4. C.,
Fob 3. 1874.
S tt 8-flx2
FALL. and WiNTER
MIL LINE R Y.
J U. BOAO'S.
.Eagain ta'e pleasure in clling the
altendin of the ladie to oI tinunsual
large Atock flr Itidjis plllein ltirs, and
Donnelss.Ribbons, Floters atid f'6athe:6r.
. f1 llnA of DRY GOODS, ladies
Dre4s dOods, Naotiois and faircy goods.
Clothing, Men and We'frefft's flouts; hues
I r oer6i dio Cdnfectidnaries, Cignrs
and Tobacco, Furniture, Mattresses &c.
CALL AN) SE
Sef 19 .. 6.nA fAU.
A R H E iLs.
. - 110 retielving -'he largest and
a )iel selecie< block of
they hliic die- find, ntd are No*
prepared to adminfser
boli n .Ior to
- DRY cdo s,
IC &c., &ic,
We iaya dirn at buiying ifodd flOODS
and belit'fe that those wvhd fntor
us wish. a t rinl *ill
realize the faet..
CA.E O.T-.R~..E C
Ho ~n. Jefferson Datvis, Frbs't.
0' Gj.Wade Hampton, Vice PI'eg'I,
a J. D. KENNEDE~tt Ageout,
may 1zly Local Agent
-~ i..Lr the fteat inriet les of Potafto09, con.
aiauin of Early Rl6se, Pink Eve, Itnck
hy*ti oodtl:h and Poach Bloor'a,
y A fresh supply of Gardert Senuls, nnd
Onion tlutIons, all of which will be sol
low for CA81I1.
13. LA UDER'A LE.
A.of the traveling and boarding public.
Table supplied with the best the country
af'ords, and no case or expenso shall be
.spared in making my~ guests comfortable.
9 rivo me a trial.
d At A. lorris,
e mao 18. . i P'roprlior.
*SUGAR AND COFFEE?
* l1 Ihbs. Cruhed xra C. and Dema
tara Sugars, P'rime Rio Coffee, in stote
and. for sal, by . E ATY & DIRO,
ivery and Sabi
A,. i 0ODI NG,
KlEEP, ennstrifly tin 11.d exjr ft
1 W:111 01 good Litock will du well (0 give
In conneotion willi my Livery Stihle.
liv e peuil a ( arriage. iggya il 1%u-i
- r All wok naly exect Id an i
iarnt 1:j G3ive (iO :, call.
X'ii-I, lIE SO)i A1S FoWS
$E50 PER TON OF 2,000 lbs,
[855 PE R TON OF 2,000 lbs,
Payable November 1, 1874.
Freigil elld Drayage to lie Addrai.
iTS 8UCCESS IS
AND ITS STANDARD IS
WILL, 1IE SOLD AS FOLLOWS
$33 Per Ton of'2,000 1lb,
588 Per Ton ofi 2,000 lbs.
Payable November 11874,
Freight, and Drayage added.
FOR SALE BY
[iEO.W. WILLIAMS & Co
GENERAL AGENTS AT
Oharlx'emutOn. 8. Cue