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H. MEANS DAVIS, Editor,
VchJewsday Morning, MarQh 25, 1874.
ho Memorial to Oongress.
We perceive in the late meeting of
the "Charleston Chamber of Con
lit re," that a now or .pdditjotpl-.
ctommittee were appointed by that
vnerab-le Board to accompany the
tclegates of the "Taxpayera' Couven
to 1.)" Wo do mosit heartily ap
Pi oie of it, and hope that every niein
o r will attend tlI e meetig to ' be
h1--.1 in Washington on the 26th of
M -t: c'. Whetn we look at this dele
g .t ion headed by the most indepnd
ett and trust-worthy 'ei jize of Sonth
-rolina, (we morn Mir. tatheis)
l:.o~e pamphlet on the '"Wrongs, the
:glts und the reiedies of South
rolina,' has created such an excite
muent as to warrant a true ind lively
i*terest in behalf of our cauhe
throughout the Union, from every
L.tieat man, be he 'Yederilnt, Ro
ilhlican, Demoor&l, or Cutiservztiv",
o feel that much good will bo don.
.\nd when we read ;roui the "Charlem
(onl News and Courier," that lie itt to
be supported by such iuen a- ex Gov.
\ iken, a former meioer of Cobgress,
0d a friend of President 'Oiant, a
colloeagnue With him (in a financial
*p int of vien) in the trust estUtO of
\1r. Peabody, wc feel ounfidelit
o tf icli.f. And yet whenwe add such
anmes as have been recoAEmendol by
thie citizens of our old n-bIe
ily of Charle:-ton, viz dourdin,
'tupper, Tronihoilim,itSimmonts, DeSaus
suire, we cannot am will not despair.
To these we are to add with their in
dntic and clinancter, the naies of
..orter, Uha'sn ut, Alidriih, Kershaw,
M.!annjing, llulcombe, Butler, Jondi,
Woodwarl and ohhers. Why should
WO der pair ? No never I 'Iest as.
n red, there is relief, and we will find
it on their return from Vashiugton.
The leading Radical luminaries
have been pr-ting loudly of reform.
The mcibers of the Legitlature have
tlso claimed to be actuaed by
motives of the strictest econo
my. But by their fruits ye
lhall know them. And we need go
no further to prove that the majority
f the present Legislature are sind
lers aid knaves, than the pr6posed
tax levy for the year beginbiig Oo
This tax was at first proposed to be
8A mills. But by dogress it increas
edl in magnitudo as it bounded and
rebounded froin either house, gath
(ring bulk like the avalanche, until
it has fallen upon the taxpayers with
the crushing weight of fourteen mills.
A pecularity about this b'ill is that
'vhen it is to go into operation the
present legislature will be numibersed
among the things that were. Trhe
duty cf levying taxes for 1874--5, Oc..
volves upon a Legis'ature not yet
elected, and the existing Solons bad
'as much right to fix the takes for the
next ten years, as for next year. As
tvo therefore do not believe the pros.
ent levy is binding we do not devote
much attention to it. But if either
the present body or their successors
dream that the taxpayce will stnnd
any such burden as fourteen taills
they are muclh mistaken. If tis be
their idea of rgform, they will have
a good many other ideas beaten into
themi ore long. Trax unIona will be
organizedl, and resistan'ee will be
offered-a resistance that the Nation
al Republican party will connive at.
Thle present le'gialat ion has shown,
itself more ignorant mand more corrupt
than m ny previous body, aud. its re
cord has damned it.self and the jKrtig
that elected it. We are anxious to
see our delegates returninug and go
lng before the people for re-election.
We believe their ieception will he a
wvarnm onle, 0110 that they will noct like.
Last year the general tax was 1.
mills; 'Tho proposed levy calls for
14 mnilli, besides 1.} mills defioi'eney
tax'for lIairlield, oami onc half naill, Ku
Klux tax-ian al, 16 :GiiIs. .One halIf
mill more than lost 3 car. And this
is their reform. The present inctim
beats will obrtainly will be asked to
back seate, anil iii all pro babiliij thle
party will be called en to retire. We
like this reform.
:2-'The State Government.
[The Union-Iler ald gzives the "par.
tyu delicate thrust in the following
A prominent politician says the
feeling in Wasshing.ton on South Caro
lina afinirs is intense beyond expres.
sion, and getting no better fast."
TIhtis is good newsn for the oppress
ed people. At last the wrosigs per
retrated here are being fully ventilh
that it will be held responsible by
the whole country for the outrages it
has perpetrated upon a helpl'is peo
ple. This Is the reason of tht) intenhe
fooling." * Not 'tat Carpenter and
O9nkling and Grantud thbir 'sateoi
lites are reformed, but they see that
if so-e change be not wrought, they
will ,e deader at the next eieption
than ever men were befure. They
are marilbg, tbeiefore, strenuous ef
forts to bring about rutoru -'6 Toukh
Carolina. But they are ignorant of
what sort of mateIil 'itoy bav- to
deal with. The Legitlature, in spite
of the solemn warnings read to them
by their fortherh masters, carried
out their rascality to tho 'enti, and
adjourned only after all the money
was out af the treasury, and they had
saddled a fourt, en ni'li tax -ni the
taxpayers. And this 'sio get of
villains will be stutmping the State
during the taumner it t iInaking
loud protestations of refomin and de
ludi'ag their fullowers into sentling
then back for another steal. The
Northvnil find, as we have loi' since
didooverel, tiat there can be no re.
ifor i 5outh Caroifia without houe
organic'change. . As long as there
reminits this im'ense ia ajority of
ignorance, so.long will fraud and
crime'rulo the Stati.'
We trust that thisgoverngient will
be aso:'t of political hoonierung, re
turninfig uplon those fanautical duan
gogues who hurled it ugait, it us.
The smarting Gf our injurims would be
much allayed by seeing thie prcent
Cqugeessmien wlipped out of tbeir
boots by the independent party that
is already gathering strength for the
confliit. ' If a conservative Congre.,
be elected this fal!, on1e of two things
will reiul t. Either the troops will
be temoved and the South Carolinaa
government will fall of its own waak
ness, or tlse ue thall be reconstrqut
The Rev. Whittemore is alre'ady
sendinLg Up piteons howls to 0ogress
not to remove the troops, tihs 3on.
fessing the sheer ,vetics's of his
party. The ting.is tremubling with
dread. If they h'ave such a mijority,
and represent such advanced ideas,
why slould thIey fear to be left alone I
South Carolina is lo-day, virtuailly,
under military 'government. W ly
shoiUld C}6'igress hesitate to give us
relief , 'We beliove the next Congress
will set thinfgs t 1ihts, a:id. tvery
soallawag and ev!i y carpet- bagger
who is not incarocrated in.tho peni.
tentiary, will then set out for parts
The colaed !itizens of Coloimbia
and Charleston held a meeting lo ex
press there sorrow at tho death of
Charles Sumner. Mo~desses were
delivered by Wright, Elliott and
others. This is all very proper. but'
two years ago these same colored
citizens ret used to hme.i a word from
blumuner' in the Grant-Greeley ~anm
p'iign. We would sdiges to these
citisens that theby had bei:t ho~nor t'he
deceas'ed Senator's memory by taking
the ad'vice lhe oif'ored ,them to cense
making themselves. odi~ons and ria
dliculcus by wvholatalo sittpidity and
ra sealit y.
The Uinion-tieraII Ihas at the head
of its columns the platforni upon
whioh the present. udministratica
otume into power. The confessions of
guilt and protestritlons of reformn
were as vehemient then ih at presenut.
'rho dir. rence is we believed them
then, but have since gotten bravely
over ot~r credulity. lThe lebneet
irony we have seen lately is the re
mrk~ul or the Union-l eral, "jLet us
f'ight our own wropgs, inisids of our
own party Hue~s." W e dont't believe
the Unaion-llerald cld half fill its
slate with nodiineos amoung its party
bruells, Ihat wvould inspire any conti
deuce ini the u nto any itetlligeunt
u:an, R~epublcan or Cons"rvatite.
parsons are raking up th'o old lBrook'.
Sumner diffieulty, giving that as the
cause of the latter's death, although
thme physicians deny that such Iwas the
case. It took Stroner eighteen years
to (lie fromt that mnortn't injury, jud'
aniteen years an'd two or thr~ee hun
dredd,ys longec- t'ian the law gave
him t.o die in. We might as well say
that Mr. Brooks' death was caused by
the caning. While Sumner buried
his3 enmity during his life, and while
the Squth isdoing honor to his muem.
ory,.these mean Bniveling, puritanical
f ankeed re ,ent'avoring to revive'
old section'al diff'erences it would
be much better it Mlassachusetts re
pented in aekelotlh for the stab she
gave.SJumner in ersuring himt for his
battle flag resolution, instead of
abusing a gentleman lonig since pass
ed away, who assaulted Sumner for
giigtelie toan aged relative who
was absent. Wha infrm.l he.
Crites Beecher and Talmage a&d the
M0sanohisetta puritaca are I
An ex6hango tCls of a yoth l y
v11ho Whhilluiing in Bosto1 ip P", d
and fell. ,- er partner caught f h3r
but also'eli, ai in falling thrust his
fliger Into her. aide, iujuring her so
severely that bho died in a few days
Doubtless many good people ' wil
think that bii.e ought :not 'to haie
dance. The only thought however,
puassing through our mind on tq.
buljet, is thut the fellIw Ougtl not to
have puncthtd her so sav.Ig ly in the
Deatfi*.' 'ifh iharlestnI l *ii kt
wh~lite b, Coloed 1'. Under five
y.eap!rs of nge,. v.hiti s 2, oAlgred 6.
.The populatioun is egcyally disided.
Almo.st every weeliy tablo show
that the 'mortality an !ho a
childreb is ,' greater ha.n among
the wlijtcs, proviig that the Coulored
raco is decreasing profortionately,
, A Sweect Trio,.
A trost disgraceful sight haabeen
brought to light within tle pa-st few
days. Tie Legislaturo just before
the close of the 8e5sioutsottuated
more, we fear,.ty hostility against
Niles G. Paiker for hhowing them up
than by any lovoeof justice, passed a
coneartInt retolution iutructing the
Attoirney General to institute pro.-.
ceedings at once against that officiul
thief, looking to his speedy incareera.
tion within the walla of 'he Penitei,.
tiary. Upon that bright ptglitloal
luminary, Senator 3|axnell, As chair.
Imai of the ill proiritition evinittee
devolved the duty of submittg the
said resoluticn to his reverened the
Governor fpr ;q.prI al. .'it eolu.
tiou bas dioppeared. 'ils ''prtill.
CateCy 6ays talit the IcU1utI5n ziever
remchi.)' his UoLe, apd us his certifi
catecy in in n 'iwte wird is as
govd as his boud. we. are conspeidlled
to believe hiOn. O the other hand
M!, xwell !.irnis that te delivored the
'resolu0tio to R e Goveraor, ulung with
other acts nl'-I re'oluIionts oi Ttienday
and ee-iv'-d a ee .ipt thereltr. I
is said Ihe ipre.-s c.p y book it the
Govern-i's dillee s-.owed buch a re
ocipt,and Nlukwell eahibited it on
Thursday. That.asoue day a gbntle
man saw the lof contaiining this re
eeipt torn out of the book and lying
in tle halh. ilo.es claimed to have,
a certifiato from Maxttll that the'
!ceti.pt was fur a duplicate of the
resoltain, nid that M.vell had
madc way with the original. 1tr
the re it hiavlIIg ben torn out of
the book, we pi e-u.a his ExcelltnC3
will claim now that Ito nuvr san%
t ither o:iginal or dUIpib.tme, and that
Maxweh,'a receipt is a forgery. Inl
te ileanhIbile, Parker seems to be
Wc regard the supgressi n~ of this
rerolution, by whoussOever it wase
done, ha the c'ronnuing ->utrage of the
present adi.jitration. . The Legis
latur ho ad devoted its w holA energy
and venoml to the~ padrtigecof t1~g?>ill;
and before its nirnbers ar fairly
at hoc, t in liil is to~sit''l 'nParker.
noes free. We ha rd~y lth Iht that
tiov. Moses, gretedy as lhe is for an
other term of ofli'e-in catenided
license ,t"pinnder the people--Ivolhd
dare tit1-1 to shield a brother swindler
wheii th.it brother is in bad odor. (The.
evidence is ngain.-t the novernor,
though Maxzwell's skirts are by no
moanas clear.) it ia the bustoml of
woles antd o'ther ferocious~ arimals
wh len bandted i t oget her in hu nting
downi thieir vietimii, to act its ebneert
until oneo of their leadsrs falls' ind
then to stol tha ir paui sait lNr an in
stant to devuyur imi. Ivlgikd
all the inceat frotn his bones, they go
on and on in their relentltess 1bas.-.
So inith.ile Lecgislattmre. As long as
Parker w~as powerful among themi,
none ahot-e honored than lie. liut when
he lost (ofii' tije- went for hi iu with
all the rapacity of wolves. In
this yelling Radical packc, howevdr,
weret t wb L.eeolent, kind heai'ted
wolves, ivh could not hear *to gpo a
brother wolf torn to pieces, Mos~es
and M~axwell be.tween theml have
sauved Isrker's hide for tile itoo,~
But for tlhi act of kindaoos. thiy
may be t !ientaplvesq diusmeinbeoreo by
tha,t hungry, howling piack of oflige
seckers.. This is a cnumto
devoutif~ to be wished
We yet see no reasofi dh Parker
,hould feel afe The Attorney gen
eral can rosecute Parker without
the bill. Let him get the proof, and
go ahead. 'lThe, leading Rladioals talk
b atantly of reformj, but this is lip'
reformn. Trhey h~ave doino athjng as
yeCt, t o inspire any .0010 with confidene
in their pjotestation. Letthe *.
torney. tlenral b'ekill the- Norke
by prosecuting Da only, i#Arker
but Moses and Maxwell too, .nd let
all honest men be gladdened. withi the
sight of this trio safely esconoee:- be.
hind the bars of a cell in the Peni
Joh CaroliA is trying very. ar
t e enstion in the shap of
vtu leanIoiuption of Bald Motiftait
near Ashevile. As'-yet alth'oug
there have beeu ominous.multtoring
and an earthquake or two, thero ha
b eep.no oruptio4. A, few daiyp sinet
strange sounds were beard, the qart
Eimbled and qw'aked', steain burm
fort1i frow sotne orevieos, and a 'crow,
'colleloted t94vipiess theq filal catastre
-phe. - Whon iheir exeltemont hal
reached its highest pitoh, a terrifi
n.oi-e struck their uffrigh.tstd ears
and-nstead of lava.aud abhes an
fire, as had bepn expected, out ther
ru-ihed agray headed old whiskey dia
fler, who had been making tnountai
dew in a cave, and was terrified at
the earthquike. A straLze confir
mation of .th old fable, Prturiuan
PROtles, nasceutr ridcius ntuq.
Gov. Mobes goes .in.o the nex
oampaign assured of the sup.port of i
certain class of voters,-tho one oi
two bundIrod nurderers, burglars, in
incendiaries, piekpoclget3, ravisher
bigamists, cotton sterers, forgers
horse, cattle, sbAeep.and hog thieves
who have beensout by the laW to th<
Penitentiary and turned looseo'gal
upon the co'iutry by his'Excelleaoy
.Vr,il ,the quality of tne j is no
alfrained." .Gnats and calhnls pas
pith equal facility tbrough the gu
Mtr. .Aior: [otnc:o'
lo your issue of this nidrying.
notice my mante proposed f'or ,lnuten
dant at the next Municipal election
Periit me to say, that I do not de
sire to throw fn.m ~y b)o4iders ani
duty that mauht, in due , rrocess o
tinae. fa.ll upon me, when i feni cotn
petent to ti harqe it ; but it is en
tirely oUt of the iuestion for me ti
con.%enti to aGee'pt the position of, In
tendant, now, as other duties conflict
and labors binnected with my posi
tion as Secretary of the W innbori
G'rarge ftrbid eant ireFy my acceptinj
such position even if. I .*ore elected
I therefoie respcotfully decline per
tbitting Mhy name to be used as i
candidate, ronsible of the complikneni
embodied jn the proposal of "Pro
W. E. AI K EN.
The Municipal Nominations.
Mr. E'litar :
I was present at the Town meeting
last Friday night, which had been
called to noain-ate a Counicil for the
euuing year,, annj. v,as patticulurly
struck- wital the fact *iat only one ol
our old citizens'participated in .the
meeting, the responsibility o'f makcinh
nominaQtions devolvinog euntiroly upor
yourqg men and .nbgroes in conse
quence. 1611y one half of .thes<
were h6hjbroperly-holders. Doesil
not seen'a .strange..that our largesi
tax-pagry shofil4 metet with cp'par
ent indifferenoe a mYatter that ini
volves them so set-iously 1 IFortuttate
ly a good ticket was nominated, bu
it was efletedImol'e by skillful nan
,agemnent, than by the positiv
strength of a well-nieaning control
litig element. The alisepee of sq
many la'ge. ' rjperty-owcers pn'gh
have resulted fatallyito the bes-t in
terests ,qf the Toyon, in the nomnina
tion of'an inof~hcient and, worthlcs
Council, and then the r~esponsibili~
for an odious dondition. ol' air
would have rested upon their shoul
ders and theirs alqne. Happily thea
are served, htii thity re- not to tard]
themselves for it. A little rno
tion upon this rnatter may have goot
fruit for the fujore. . ,
Only one thing now remains, Mr
FEditor, for evbry honest eatahen to do
and that is, east your ballot for tit
ticket nominated, and see that iti
elegtede M' EROA TOR.
Items of Interest.
An fIrizshman~ being asked by thi
court for his certificiato of Jitartinge
eowed a big,.car on his head, thbou
to e z of a snmall shovel.
Why~ uro youiN. lar Ies at th
breaking up of a party', lto . rrows
lIeecause they cannot go off.- without
beau, apd are all in ajquiver till the,
get oneg. ..
In Ceylon the .tfri'iage ceremon
is perforzaed by tying the couple to
gethier by the thumbs. In this coun
try they are usually put together b
A gallsd .in not teing .a jrocers
kept by a wottan, says: .El e~r to
matoes are as red as her ch~eeks, .he
indigo aM bluonas her own oyos, an<
ber pepper as het as her own temn
.Newshlas been received, by Jeffer
son'Davis' friend,', in Memphis, the
en his arrival in London, hae was suf
foring greatly from dropsy of th
heart. Further Dews wi I be awaitei
"Anutjpdear, if I should attempt
to Ipeli 'oupid,' why Coult I not get
beyotnd the fir st sa llible V Anieti
a gave it 6p aud Willinm sa-id, "be
, cause I catne toc u, of;. edrarse, and
t'herefore I can not go any furtber.
' The Columbia Radicals have nonii
8 nated Mr. Alexnider for iayor.
Tbe Union. Herald- is satisfied, but the
a Union is awfully-dis.gusted.
"Six feet in his boots " exelaitn.
ed Mrs. 13eckw.,x ; "What will the
-ibpticletico of this worli. collie to, I
wbnder I Why, tho migltt us well
tell 1ue that tliw maun had six beada
in his hat."
The Conrior de Pails stato that
a when the Pa inee Imporinl was born,
endowment assurances to a largo
amount were effooted on his ife, and
mado payable at the age of eigliteoa.
Conssquently, on tie 19th of, Maruh,
1874, he will recoeivo sev'drr. iill ins
(if frances from the as uran'to conipa.
NotiO in Bankiriptcy.
N OTICE iqpliereby e ven to all creili
101.. h'oldinig lienls .1ainint th~e
estaio '-'f Ap. rM. Neill. Mnk.
rupt, that 'th Wy 'dre rairedi to etailiiha
.Lhe same brfora ine. at my off i.e in Yirk
ville on or before the 15th day uf April
- - .J. CL. WSON,
iuih 18-x3 I"giater in Bank iupicy.
HE annual election for Intendlar.t and
four Waleins fdt thi' Iown of Win-.s.
boro. will be litt in Vie t.-%vin hill on t it
Ist Monday in Apiil, ehet wieen- ho hours
of 6 A.%I. and 6 P. ?. The hooki will be
opened fur registrit ioq. on 'Tlhurslay, Fri.
di.y niel S'turday pt.eedizr; t-he day
of electiod'.' 'hie follo wing persons. nr
hereby aI.pointed Regisrars Nf langers
of election : J. F. .cMasi er, Win. . itlinb,
Logan Blrawn. Uly orler Town Council.
.ich 17-t3 , ,l L CO'ES, Clk.
Nails and Axis,
KEIGS cut-nailu, assorted ; 6 llo*'
-E) tr Patent Finish" I 1 s
1aiis ; 4 Dozen Axes. Lsow for Sek 1.
sept 2 . 3A T V & it T o
Notice for Fifteen Day.?
LL p.riie s who have yntyhes,
- 187 to 187-). m" t'lema ftjuward
and get then in FI F tEtLN DAl 1', or they
will be sold for repiairs.
mch 12-2w CIIA1 LE3 ; INULLER.
, i TR IMPHLOT.
EL3-RS Lager Beer excels any Yet In
k) troduced and is I'lEE OF A LCO110,
Two kegs of tlie above on draught at the
sainple Itoom of
feb 28 11. 1. .lEFO.
A1M now prdpart to tune Piaious, fix
Melo-eons, or sonble
rates. J. W. Lo0WEIRy,
1. 0. Box 83, Winnsboro, 8. C.
mch 12 6t
FINE TEA1 FINE 'l EA!!
tin lIowder. Inperial, Eniglisli, Dre' k
fast and[ .lixed Teas, froni United
States Ten Cot oprny
- ALO -
Black. Gioeen, ahd Japan Teas.
Fur Sale By
McM ASTER & IIRICE.
SUGAR AND) COF'FEE i
tBBL. Pc w'derel S'iagar.
15 hbs. Crushied, Extra f'. and Dema
iara Sugars, l'rime Rio Coffee, in store
and for sale by liE .-YIy & IIIU)
LL eron indebted to us eilhbr -by
Noeor accon t, /)usl due, are bi crog3
uiiledi liat, prom pt. CA Sit paymient is
now required or oet her satisf-ictory set tle
-toent be made immaedialgly. usiness
ntecessity compels tna ii' maihe this eminand.1
and we hiupe alt interestodl will come for
ward ar, oince and save inether' trouble.
S jan 3 IUEA rY & 13RO.
.'TERMS FOR 1874.
E prpos toi sell g' 0(d for I- c:n
, a cash biasiu. AJ I goodts charged
in outr books wit' be co-rdered due~ on
t Ihe first deitf of the monthI tollonwin.g, Snel
all bills niot h'hen paid -witllihe charged ilt.
terest at the late of t wo-(2) eper centl per
mn nh unttil paid. -This rule 'will be
strictly adhered to it all cases where no
special 'Arratigteinnts na made.
jan 22 WI'T'HERtS & DWIG i'T.
NOW is your inie, rts I intend Io.clos~
uL tp my Onlirgy in thie oourseo of a
short time. Photographs, Ferreot ypes,
Ivorytypes, small and Iire size Ir o
desire a Iife-like ornazhlmat, call and give
me a Trial.
BOOT AND 811OE
'1 IIAVING p-rdciired lth
very best Mechanics in
tihe country, I feel wvar
ratedci in saying thait I
can furish as neat BOOT
or S110E as any Shop
warranted to .give saifacion. .u My op
Is next doior to P. Oerig's Saddtlery.
moar 19J 8. M. GO.BIElRT.
.Metallic Burial C, ses, Rlosewood,
S Walnut and Pine Cofilus.
f~ 4FOR SALE BY
feb 24 . WV. PHILLIPS.
This isurivalled Southern Iemedy is
waatted not tu coninilii a single pariicle of
Mercury, or any ijarious ninleral sub
stanoo, la1t.ig '-..
PURE LY VETGETABLE,
conntiingin ihose,.Saihern Hoots niid Ifsrleb
which a all -wish Provlienco lia18 phiced ir,
countri3.. whtelo 'Liver Disenses moot
preva14' It wil1 eire ail0l!aenats casel
by Dernt gemen fthe Liver.
Ihe sypttoms oTf Livesr Comuplaint are a
bitr or1 had 15aste inI ite nIuth ; olin ini
ip lnok, Si-les or Joinssi, often misaken
fo'r Itheumntism : Sour Stomach - Lose of
Appetito,: -Bowels niterinat lv 'ontive ind
six I llealaqio ; Loss of, meniory, with a
p l sI est'sere sf inar of havis fnt ini ) to do
aonc'hi nt Which .tt gh't 'to iave I-,-en don
lebility, .ow Spirits. a Nioli yellow oip
tenranco of I-le kin 410 s and CS. ' d1y
Co;tlh ofen mistaiteni for' 'ousumption
8o'euimes many of. itese qymptonms at end
he-dienso, at (ath16rs Weiy rew ; It the
Liver, fie largest orga: in file body, is
genernily the sent cf tei disonpe, nind if not
nulted inime. grett tiiffering, wretch
edness nind'eath will ebl'a.
This Great. Unfiltng Specific will not be
fopd the least Unpleanaht..
fer 1ytpsps.in, Cliniti pt ioi, Jaundion.
Bilhous attacks, Cick Uendache. Colic.
D' pression of Spirits, Sour tomnaoh, Heart
ullen, &o., &c.
11IMOVS LI VEl ItECillATOR OR MI)
14 the CIt eapes, Purenst, and Best Faivly
Medicie in the Worid I
Aliniufactured only by
J. If. ZIIlLTN & CO.,
Mlacon, Un, and Philidelphia.
Prioe. $1 00. Sol'A by all Druggists.
Stato of Stuth Carolina.
Wm. L. Roshorough a's.Executor of the Inst
W ill and Teat tamenit I of James L. Iloshor.
ough, ldecelaad, against Caroliste 1o1s.
horough, P'ehecca 3. Rosborough. Mary
. osborough, and others, defendants.
URSUANT 1o Wt ordor of court, made
. I. l I he catse rho ic St 'll, 'I olice is
hiereby given, that tlie creditorn of te
said Jaimes L Rloshoroigh deceased. are
r(qured to prsent. a.d establish their
claims before flie undersigsnd, ats Ref..
r'at~s Winnsboro, on or before flh first
day of. A pril, next.
iarolh 2d, 187-1.
- - * A. 1mr'L. S OiEY
meh itlX2 Referee.
- N Thufirsday 6ist inst. a 4. y horse
ten years old. io has one white hind
foot, no otier markea recollected, exce.;p
addle mnarksi. Any information concernit g
h0m will-be EIndly receisegl auai literally
feb1 y J. T1. aR I .
NE~thY lBUILT asnd NEATL'iY FUJI
NISI11D. 'VT 1ublic fuirnishsed with the
heat. theL mtarket, ofifor.is.
J'JIIN C AR1R10L.,
Jan 29- im Propriet or.
~I1E ter'd of~ vocal ist ructiorl (24 les
- sons) ogmm n-e 's dt the Winsblor'n
Semsint'y' eoh TI'lsa'lty aft. Nlini- I1-Ml
anad Fsistdny, .\ltarch it' h si at 4 aind 7 i'. mi
respnelively. Tickets $5, book 75i ces
pay-"ille ont .1 sning... r.i ( fr'ei tal, ft.hnd evg.
'fthur sdity Alt arch ithsI an srbft. -411 pta..
rentss intes si.stedl in ithe cuslt ivsion of' lie
voled nhtd e'thainit, art invited. Titnket a
nndi~ oasiks cans be otatsil aiJ (lay at
lise So innisry het Ween 9 and 3 r. xs.
. J. H. OWERY.
Disfoliilioni or Par'tniers;hip
r1 JIIE mnercant ie part nersbip hecretofo e
i.'kdvn usnddr the fitmsnnme' of J1. Jl.
II. NIO'0itE & CO., itt this, dsny, by musstsal
cosec ns well as by tile termss of its own
htutahions, dissolveo -
. . J.~ M. R U T L A NJ),
J. M. I. AfiO01I E
feb 12 -
-. - A IKE.', M. D.
rp HEi sutbscrilber htavisng putroliasejf the
Istock of' Digs nnI Alddicines of
Alessrs. Laddl Trosihers, will devote his
'tie and att-ention t o the Druag buinesa
Sit its .legitinihte .detaihtr. .P'romptsiess
otro and attentlion'will bo'given to th's
dhispentsing of Medicines, wihel can be
hiid at all times, and of standard puarity
EKing's MtolInltin lillini'y ~C100oI,
YOR'KVI LL E, 8. CO
,TillS JInstituier' in fstliy sup.
plied witha an-s ansd all uecees.
'sary scietntilo apparataus ; andl
she rebent extenaisi of 'the
-cottit of'55 sidtes pibiccs is. in
ths fiosnt ratnk of Sontitern, Edlucationals
Institins. ,Thie first sesaion of thse
Bihtool Vear. .pf' 1874, wilpbIpgins on--ftha
2d (of P'EBn hA RtY. Apply for Cntalogute
conitaining, fuill paurticulara.
CUL. A. CbWA RD~
Nndaerthis deste, thie tdttinane
ngass, uising fare arms in thie corpo.
rtate himits of WVinneabor'o whtether wit hint
or .wtihot pf-iato en~losuraes, illb
strietly eniforced.,. II~t
By order Town Council,
mar I0-tf ,J,0EL COPE~S, Clerk.
, A BRAI.
r HJE undoraignedi ofi'ers'for. sale cno fif.
?toen horse power Steam Engisne, willh
Qris Mill attnched, at, a bargai'.i. SaId
Esngine nnsd Mlill can b9 soon at my resi.
dence 8& mniiesinorthea'st of Winansbos o on
the llocky Mounat Road.
feb 8-8m JOHN I8ENHIOWER
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
Tho Peubian Syr a Protect
ed Solution of th"a otexide of
41ron, 49 so comabted av to havo
the character of ais aliment, as
easily Mgested and assimilatect
with the blood as the simplesC
food. I increases the quantity
.of 'Nature's Own Vtalizing
'Agent, iron. in the blood, ane'
Cures "a tho#band ills," simply
-y Toning upInvigorating and
"ItalizIng.W ystemt. The en
'iched and vitalized blood per..
sunates every part of the body,
iepairing damages and twaste,
acirchiwg out 2norbid secre-.
its, and leaving nothing fQs
disease to fed upont.
This is tha s&-et of the tvon
derful -sudess of this remedy in,
curing Dyspepsia- Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chironic Diar
rihcoa, 3oils, NervousAffections,
Chills and 'evers, -Hunors,
Loss 'of Constitutional Vigol-,
Diseases of the Kidneys - and
Bladder, Female . Complaints,
and all diseases originating 6b
i bad state of the blood, or ac.
companied by debility or a lofu
state of the system.. Being fr'ee
front Alcohol in any form, its
energizing eA'eees are not fo.
lotwed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permtanent , infuc.
sing strength, vigor, and neuPe
life into all parts of the system,
'and building itp an Iron Con
Thousands have been changet&
by the use of this remedy, frona
twcak, sickly, suffertng crea.
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women; andf
invalids cannot reasonably hcs
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PER U.
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. 1 Milton Plaeo, Boston. I ,
BOLD ny DnuoolaTs OEaZALt.rT,
Wle n1ov offer our. Stock of
I t, L . -_
DOST C U.ie .oT Of -lt rj
peiaslui ateon c alled to on
DeO ! Ln Lot of (lois.e'
LPan d Bla~ck 'Cloth Coats.
TO CJASH[ CUSTOM!ERS
.W'jOD WARD & L~AW.
FALL and WiNTrL
MILLbIN 1i ItV
J. 0. 110 AG's.
)SYCIfoM ANCY', or SOUL CJ1AtM..
I ."Iow Oilher' sex may fasciniate
nd1 gainl the love ard affections of any per
on the~y coIo)se, inst1antly. 'Ihi11 simiplo
nentlr iaquiremaentl all can posse i,, freo, by
~udEyptinn Oacle, Irenj m lnst
.a(les Wedigh h~~g iras, &c. A quee