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1'UI'ULAI IAI.LAI) iWRI'Tni or ills TIME.
W'ill S. Hays, of Liouisvilio, tho
author of "Nora, O'Neul," "Driven
from Ilome," 'Shamus O'Brien,"
"Writo Me a Letter from lome,"
"ollic,'Darling, etc., is to-day the
most successful and popular song.
writer in A merica, if not in the World.
. It is not too in'tel to say that
the ballads of no writer that this
country has ever produced have so
touched the hearts of the peoplo am
thoso of Mr. Ilays ; and there is
scarcely a hoartlistone in the land
that does not kiow thei. 80mn o of
then pathetic, some of them gay and
Fparkling, all of them seoem to hiv
within them1 a power whi-ch if not
born of genius, is the offspring o
somthing that nmay-bo said to close
ly approauh it. The amount of worh
whili he has done, and the succe.
which he has ahtievod, ore rowarka
ble, auid we proposO to givo here sonin
necount of the man anid of the circula.
tion hich his songs have attained.
Mr. Hays was born in this city or
the 1 9th of Julily, 1837, is thirty-sovei
years of ago, and is the oldest soi ol
Air. Hugh Hiays; an old resident of
Louis ,ville, who has been a mianuil.o
turcr horo for rnany years. lie ha
dark eyes, dark hair, is fair coinplex
niied-and is of medium n height. A
handsome, dashing sort of ia man, ful
(it life and good humor, ho dverfl aws
ivith-odd and comical stories am
ainecdotes, which colocd by his exu
bcrant imagination, auford raro enter
taimnent to the jovialI company i1
whicii ho is gonerally to bo foum
wheni ni>t Aabsorled in I ii busi ness.
lI J wrote his first sion, "Evatige
ilne,'' hoforo the war, and it wa
published by Silas Brainerd, (levto
anid, Ohio. A fterwa tli he wtot
"Wandering iutigee," ''"I,
Grove by the Sea," "Druin ner lo3
of Shiloh," ".My Suinny Souther
Illin,' and ot hers. \Vrit'ing at-irst fo
amusenent, lie subseritiently offemrD
to Sell his soligs to Vl.nltutis publIihel
of music, but met with little or n
enotciiragement. Reome mbering, hon
ever, the fate of John loward Paint
tho author of "Ilome, Sweet ilome,
the coldness of the unappreciative
publishers did not disheartenl I im
One day, in Cincinlnati, lie Ilet .1 'ih
J. Peters, the w ell-known miusi
publisher of Now York, who hal
0lce been t buv Coml) panion of his i
Louiisville, aIdI'ir. Peters agreed t
take several of his songs at twenty
livo dollari each. From that tilm
ih rsuccess was assured, and Mr
Poters his evei Sinco beell his priici
Not only is Mr. Havs tie mos
prllifio balhld writer ofbis day, bi
he i., the Imiost succes.ful. N in o
his best songs haiv o htad an ini
Jisns sale. (Of "Shiamn O'l()irica
1'lir. Petohers has sold 23-1,3:75 coies.
87,-150 copies withiin the past t welv
mont hs :of ''N orm ('N ecaii,'' :UQ6,.i.i
of "'Iriveni from hlotme,'' 35(,315 t5;i
''Write Noe a letter from iome,
d-.G,I 100. The~ totaiilii numbher of. cop ie
oh hIis sorgs sold bty Mir. P'eters sine
becomiing h is publisher is no less thai
thgree mill ion otne blodrtted and eighty
eight thiouisiid . Alinsie putblishers i
Cleveland, Now Oileians and Li.oui1
viiile hav al i so sold grea tt nmbet
of his priodutct ions, anid t hey have lil
wvith a iready sale~ itn Eurotpeani citiet
.Atter such tiguires as those give
-above, what Mir. Peters says in
lettor- to Air. llays seems almost~t su
per nlons. AM r. I et ura says : Vi Wlhe
1 toil you1 that nce coinsid, r an avera g
salo oft two thoinsand~ ai I 'r estimit
ofi a 'hiopular wr'iit er's ell'orte. you il
isee t hat you OnI ongs havec been i unust
Probably ino iong-wvri ter has be
offered greater pecuniariiy inzdneimnn
to writc for 'this counltry' antd i*nnrop
thani Alr. llays. llis melodies ar'
oxtenisively used biy the Genevt
(Swcvitzo riand ) MIus-ic *hox ("0111panll
whioso int'trumienits amo known all ove
tite world. JI' possibie, his laitte
songs tire bettor and more1 ill demattn
than I hose of t he y ast, and his powei
oh product ion appuar' to be inexhaust:
Ml r. I layss livIi' d in [Louisv-ille evc
sine his birth, and noaw resides witl
lai tiwo sinares of the piaee where bi
was born, It has been saidi that lie
not so well appraciated at home r
ablroad, buthi is hardly tr. ll
writer is as well recognizedct htero a
it ean possibly bo elsewhelitre, all
ntowhlere, is his great succes~s bette
k nown thban ill his tnative ceity.--Cot
Ilingl ishl('tpilanl in Sonth ('arol inn,
A correspondent writes fr-omj Spa
Itanibitrg thait ai comlpany oif .iai
capitalilsts have pu rechased t he prio
p erty in that county known as tli
.loliling MIillh, about, nine mi les em~
of Spartainbuirg Court llouse, ont th
P'acolet, liver, and also 'on tile A
Line Ra i lroad. It was formterl
owned by thet lion. Simpson Bohu
o nd others, and thle lm'n works *we
operated untiil at fewv yours ao Tlh
lie wV 'onlrs wiIt reapeni the liol Iin
MI ilir- ont ani onlargod and imnprobve
toale, anid will ailso erect at the san,
1 !acee a ist-olass cotton factory.
A-pasttuaster kud the-samte right m
us any other member, aud no more. Si
Members not clear on the books an
should nut be given the annual Wrordy roe
lery candidate for initiation .nWust fal
be balluted for, whether the co'amit
tee reports prto or coi. 'lituals are
I not to be distributod uionng -the
difforent ineusbers of the gtlange, but
to be kept by on0 tflicur. Ad~nit no be
more than twcity male and 'en fo
-mnu!o imet-ibrs at the organuisation of as
a now grii1go. Thepr'dise formula,' an
as laid down ir the ritual, in ust be
o.,ervcd inl (Ieling, closinig and ad
iaitiatory ceremonies. 'he0 constitu
tion nialks no difiureno in regard to
sex of uilms) ; therefore lIdics dre- "
eligible to any oflice in the Grange, an
to which they are duly electod. An UC
appeal from ruling of master of sa at
bordilate. d raliges on1 costitional Wi
questions tq the 1embers of the at"
Grar'ge'is inmproper. olch n'pp'ail ye;
must be 111md to the worthy Master
of State Grange. \11 appeal frona
ruling on points of o-der to'th'e temu- tri
hers in right. 1I orgini.ing new \I
0Granges anit it4meC as chart, r mem1- yo
bers but-thae h are actually en- loi
gaged il faring, and hose prinoi- fai
pal iieans of living are derived from hn
that ciiiurce. 'The0 Wives Uld children 4
of Such, if of.proper ago, may abio'bo
'I ht "rani eirs, zo
Some of thc lowa granges have. Wi
adopted the practico of appointing so
one of their number ani editor, whose ril
duty it is to 1ropae a paper for the hl
su Occedilg ileetilkg. - tl
It. is pr6posed to Ievo a -conven.
tion of pifrens inl the City of 'Culim
Lug, l ias., on the 4h of tly next. ar
Delegates from every grange inl Miss- to
icsipii al West Alabama will be cc
invited to attend. Questions of g
tiuch un importiance will be discussed. I
.'1e PatIongs co-operati.O store at, (o
. Wilton, Iowa, was commenced in .
M-areb, 1872, with a caipitall of $600. 1
lDuring te balanee of that. year they
sold $2-I,000 worth of gpods. In i
elevei monthis of 1873 tioy 'old
$31,000 worth. All goods wore sold -
at ton per eet,. above cost, and g
evoiything is satisfactory with those __
'i'he Pformed Presbyterian Synod
o)f I'hl i Irtle''( i ia deeIirel thetiselves
e1 a .w of a -.-s by rei b irig aginst T
I t:kiing i, to the Mw men' i-rip (if -heir a
S church 1 i.tts ol I l u.dmtry or any wi
t person be:ongiig to a secret order. sj,
Were the fool-killer to ston awhile
, at Philadelphia, the undertakers "
thero would be kept busy in pettin'g WI
fripn sight a race of bigots.-loamCr Ii
-.0 A- . '&-- -h
P llorcl irkism,
" Tom. Pasterly, cate to loYiny
a ,otion it (his cotumity duri: g the war 't
- refugecinig from the Kirk radioal
cutthroats of East THnedes ie "
was a blacksmith b,7 trade und work- la
. ed at his business on Ilomiiny for sonic
time, tiwn it ove to Liecester where it
lie remainiei unl1til ibunt eo year 11,
t 1go, whonli h returnel to his old
home ink Tennesse. A few night
.'( go ome lile, su pposed tol have beeni i
>his old enemies under the Kii k op. th
; proes8sionl, wenit to hi~s homue, took
,himi out andi -hunig him. Eastcrly ,y
a was said to hiave borne a vory good
character-was industrious ai~d eC
f peacableo.--A s/cm'//e ('/ izens.
s Theiy tell the following on an Au-si
Sgulsta bi wy-er. Hec had a caso ovor
on tho Cairol ina side, and hiad gone'
civer thwro to att 1nd its trial. Hie
had sonme bajggage --a valise or some
thling ot the sort, and in looking
ci r'ornd for son ec on e to carry i't for
Shimn, his eye luckily fe'll on a ne'gro
mn wt ho was one of thle jury be'fore it.
whom hIs case was to be tried. A
happy t hought struck our disciple ol
Bhoaekstoine. Putt inmg on a mitost
leiasanit stmile, anid addressing himself VO
in his 1uost winn1if ni anuor to the~ 3p
sabile son of A frica into nthoso hands lit
he w-as soon to conmmit the interests thi
of hi is client, our lawyer engaged thle ilt
juror to "tolte"' 1 hiuggage, anid paid
1hun1 two' or three time, as much as isa
susutally pltild for snch services. It is tO
nedesto add thlthat lacwyor gain- is
edl h is case.-- (.'oni~'unt anaisf.,
S Once, 0our staltesmnen lclusteredl p
a ron nd tihe tree of li berty ,* noWt, our tli
iol it ien.hs onily take to tliu stump. yc
.'lhio divinity loatures at Yale are"
s herebcy to i nclude a c)orSe on the t'i
- pro'(sel vat ion of heal tl. ~This is
. I'Tie A lab-i na Stalti dirang I s
e prenainlg to cci operate with the w
s Georgia Gr ange in1 theo mattesr oif di- re
s root trade wifhi Europe'.
A becaut iful inoident of woman's P~
s love has just occurred in Liverpocl. to
1A woim an to i-shiel d her hiusban d, who
r~ wasc ha rged withl remnovinig the end ,
. if her n isc, swore that swore that abo
bit it oil' hernaolf.
I nitation Noldoes hiave putt in an an
aplpeairanmce at N iagara anid Saratoga. nai
.It 1s a fact worthly of niote that the
iarticles they scll, represenited to be
h i thetir ownr workmniahsh ip, are ma do by
-thei inmates of the inmd Asy!um. t
C - . -... at
t The other day an aged couplo ra
e drove unto Inldiana Oity just as an
r undertaikinug firmi was mioving imnto an
y old church, whiichl had been purchas. tb
u ed for a el opi. The gentleiman stood bi
s up in hIs wagon, his mouth and eyes so)
e distenided, as the men01 silently earri.
g ed collin after coffin into the ehurch.
d A t lht lhe turned to his awe-btricken *f
e half uand gasped :"Sary, by golly it's th
the c'h.lry I hom's ..t o"n
A tsewber'3f of the publi
Woolt of. "'as asked .0th
lahiwg e' t InsAiptioul "NoI
bi sed Pafat ,"''on a monument
d dftetsome vexation of spirit, be
p6nd d. '"Not , mIself, 'bvt bli
No appointmout of an 'Ansistani
cretary of lhe Treasury has ye
Dn %nade,'aod'porsor% Who o lit ui
w4lladvised r'egid *he l estidt
an open goe. t is 'thought tha
e'fftvill be ha'de >
p i-alary, Ahich is now 'grotly in
kquua t, tv',0) per.\ ear.
A edvArydicffOt i, !efulsid'g 'ai
our fents in the sadflle *wIth'Oustal
vernmuetA'\yst 'very zbbrt bf'bo-rWi
one tine,'but v(6 are dbt gilling
rupied 'the satVe cbeCI for -foun
1Ldi~es'df1'rovidenoe 'ft. q are
,lg tithftbd a "61I6e for Aged
i the-e feni;les Pucceed, til
ung mon of iProvIden6o 'will i<
ger have occasion to igave muoney
their later life, but dun be goj
tterfliea until the drop "into th<
French barberin 'IStaItn."oto:By
un, if a nigre cone to fty Iae tc
t shaved, so. he shall. ut h
11 n1'% II wito to conto if -he heve
.o pimples on his'oltin. The civil
,ht bill say nothing 'bout keepinp
orp razre for Measieufs, Ithe tgon.
11,il of 1qitltr\'1
The fact thint the Englhh editori
men has hitherto blinded 'thean
thu f"t 1ha't the iew-ovrstifiioe
]ence givcAb 1 riti0es 11ektioe
d chance to i-pdll ti o
,a. Ed in burgh's good cloth'es bj
idernally treadittg on them..
99 1V IV 833 03EI
It H1EANS DAVIS, Editor,
The Tax Wnlon,
The ExcautiVe CommIttee of tbe
xp syera' Conventiioni have att forti
coriaittitn far Tax Unions. 11
11 be tenienm f& fiat sotc timi
ice, Judge Aldtich, of the sub.om
ttep, proposed a Contitittion whcli
04 used as the baf of 1bregeisinjg
ions in this County. 'he neu
nititution differs but little rron
e other, anld the changoo ncessar3
n be eaeily Riade.
We would seggest that the UiAo0n:
aud its already organued j but thu'
lw members be proposed untjer the
KS of this riho(al duo-titutiotn.
The del:gatel to the Gennty.jsion
will bo icen, are two for eac
Mwnship uniott, .Nikd one 'rot Wver3
ditional twenty memberb. Th<
rger Uneons ne~ requested to fli
Let each member ei thu 'vrioui
ix Uiona011 cut out and 'hetp thia
nstit utiA, fo: future re fe redee.
We giveq in another et6 inn the ad
e~sses of the committee and the oh~
tution, reserdng further coniutdenti
I another Ucension::
The Oivil RkIts iilh~
Thisq hill is probaub:y dlead forever
ungres.4 adpe.rn'ed athonut paOssinj
The lUnion.lle~aid wainl'd haV6 n
lieve that asll the liepublieans8 fa
red it and the 1)etnocrat's were re
onuible lor i's defeat. This is br
miea the opinion of the iest o
0 niation. 'The telegjraph tel'ls u
at the vote stood 140 for the bill
d that f'rty '&puttts dfodgerd t
r;, and <leren v led against f6. 11er
the small n'umaber .of fifty 'one Ile
*blicans in geod itantIihtg in theli
rfy who oppose uhb measures Hazi
ese fifty-one votes been bait in fa
r of the bill, the ye wouild havi
mnhered Ibib withill toti- vbtbs o
o-thirds of the whole hoiuse.
Thu tospbneibility, if ther'e bi
y, resuta tipoti the 1topublians. I
curious too, that the Republican
to voted against the bill. tbro frot1
constrboted Statb6s wheti tah;
ight hat-e betsn expected, froini thuli
ofessed love for the holoreil mani
have supported it. .
In the Seniatt$, Carpehteri th
esident pro len&, and the leadinj
opublican, and lIroyblot' the lead
g uballawag, both oppoubd the bill
d the lhtter declared it atb abbomi
The Unioh-leorald fesorts to loi
ilagogisin when it endeavors to ug
e civil rights bill as a mans e
Irittg up animoiity between th
The Ifaol is that the best fributds o
d coored man are opposed to th4
ll bebauso it would vIfteully etol
56o18 in the Soth. It the boloreo
3n behave properly, they snhy wisa
prejudIe to a great ettbnt. Blu
oy injure thqmselves by forblhg th4
p The Tax La
-A t on -is the all Abgling
1p of the day, it may be of linter
est to give the featurds of the now
i- SaXlae s-pdied by the li28 t'begi.
lature. V,9 are informgd that Judge
4qidh"y die*%p he tHIL which 'be.
oane an at.
Ti~eftprovides that an proparty
shTlabe a edM its rel Valte
and not at a wm l r value, as i6 the
Ue to9finthe'Nirth. [f the Auditor
is totaAfikied Oith te retbrn, he
'u4t give writtob notice to tho tax
pafer at wait firteen daos "be' ire t'he
meetin'g of'tbo board of e4V-alfta
tio . Heret;fore asselstnents have
b'u-aritrarky titebased, 'atid the
tsix'aftes 'now nobting of 'it h'til
they tfo',y 'thelr tare. Now
thdy wil have ia oiportvinity df
matking a protest foto'the money is
The od'b 'nalizati'on'6onasta
of the Tredsurer, A'ditbr and three
int~lligont taxpayora, who are to
serve for fve years. They ate dp
pointed by the Cirodit*Judge. Thug
the matter is taken 'but ot'tlib habds
of tthe Cointy eonink4iroer'S, Who
in moat Oointies are ignoradtior'cort
rnpt'*en. This is a gtea. ilmrovd.,
ment. But there is still A loopholo
(or ro'rrptidats The banrd of I'uia-i-,
z'tion, lthouglk they 'tan ralvoor lowe'r
at will, mdividual asw9s ients are
16t to mako the aggrogato lesa than
the aggfe. to rtkrnas of t'o Owns,
with the ru-n added>, by which the
Auditor 'in-treased tire assessments.
TiUo Auditov tuny add 6fty per cent
and the boartd of equalliation can
not reduce ibth.
It is a pity that Ntepxbdlican legisu
lation ahould always have a weak
point, This to einpaatitall$ the
chief defet of theoamended lair. kt
is, however1 so npuoh better thab 'the
previous one that the taxpayerh are
thankful for it, fiet the Judges now
do theiW duty In uppointiwg good
men. JuJge Mackey's appotintmouts
in the Ountias o his 'birouit from
which we have boards has givou satie,
If the government *i1 assess the
tarpayers only the reil valuo of
their property 1 if they levy a mode
rate taxi if they fliaburao honestly
the utobeysacoliqeted ; then the tax
payers will be satisfied. Will they,
and CAul ,ty. do thes.e things t
South Caro&bo thu Oait6'd Statek.
and the Toria are an-xionsly awaiting
Hopr Ainon; Thieve,
Gov. Moses verifles the adage of
"honor amiong thive&?' The three
County Cemissionera of Barnweli
who were seetoncod for from three to
sixteen years, have already been par.
doned, ''hey must haec been deeply
guilty to ha~ve been so leaiysen
tenced. Three mnore reoruits to the
"Thieves llrigade,"1 who with flying
colors will osodrt Mioses in his can.
vase of the'State, as living proofs ot
A Oharatteristio Lietter.
IWe give this morning a character'.
istic letter fromn t. J. Mloseus .Jr.y
who at present disgraces the guber
natorial chair of South Carolina.
For bratan efrontfiry and falsehood,
it cannot be equaled. As the~ whole
letter is a tishne of uintruth f-om be'
ginning to end it scaroely uneida an
analysin. It Rpeaks for itsulf-.
Th1'e aflibotionato manh'er ih ~which
ho alludes to Molntyres at once
places Mtoses in the formost rank of
christain Statesmen. Tihe assertioni
that the intercourse betw-eba theed
lovely tha'ra'othra has been suoh sa
net to lesson the s'elf respebt of either
is~ peoulat-l~y rioh.
M ointyre acus~d M obeA 61er ey
speeiies of hulmorality and Villainy,
Sbut "subsequent dceeopmentsi' (a
tbounty ofh1oe and the command of A
ditislon of tnilitia) changed his
opinioni at1 Moses forgate hith
instantly. Ifoses' 'dofence of bib
private oharacter would provoke it
smile from a statue.
Altogethnri Mos'eS Is a *'ara avi~s
We would adviso him, however not
tomnakb himbelf Lvii public during
th# oainpaign. fno will have
to satver a good many questior.s
that othet' nth would- heuitate to
Shear. lint him collhe the soiuher
the bettet. This is trio lottet' frotht
the Union Heoraldi
-A narc'It To TINIG TIMEs cojngs
StdoW SotITI CanoLIHk,
CotuMIars, lurie $4, i84.
T6 ite:~r Unohh'-HMM .
1Jdor the last tho' dars'I hatd b'dtin
tinijtly devoting oselt to the dia..
ohatge of the var ed diaticd of my
oilde amid ths inert reeklese and ex
traataat sitta6ks:ditEotEd agalbat dby
porional and offcal charactne.
'I have been Allent, bedabiew up to
his tim# the charges and koobstaons
against *e beve roerred to -nets doio
or omitted to be done bPy me, sfd a,
booause I believed that the aedhia v
tions thzemi'lvds wdbId fati % 'tire iF
aocomplishment of their purpise- f'
6:ht/y reison of-th'eir oifm -wnprdha- 'ft
bility and reekledguess, and, seoonaly b
becauso'the m'aSs of the YeoplO of 1
4outh Carolina are suffmieptly just, b
and geneotbs not to 'beHV~e In :the. a
statements of 4jolitical or personal a
e)emiee,unIess they . gre supporte-d
by the phri'ont "and uibst 'induqbitable
'No*, however, a sense of ollicial
propriety will no longer iflenoo uy
voice wion "views and statbe'edts tro b
prestit'ed tb fhe public is comling
,ftow myself by'which I am sought to
be coudemded iu't 'of my 'bviWa
My aftdtitioh ias bebh 'bal'lea to
tWo'ldtirs tvrttt from South Caro- a
lina'to tile Now York T1 tets, one df
date of Sunday, the 2At, an'd ho of'
Monday, the 2-2d, to Which 'I Peuire'
'In these lett'd'rs I hav' beh tuoat b
grievously misrepresented in the re
'id'rks attribute'd to m5self. .
The story to d-bf what ooch'rfd be.
tween Sohator licThtte and m64lf
durin the dAmpaign 'Of '18% al
though not being exactly what .as -
intended by in 'o Bo nderstood,
still is n11t a olenotly "errodi*,ou as
to be ddi~ared etirely false.
But the sflUeftare hiilt bpo 'my I
Vords does grave itiustloo both to e
Senator oidIntyre and my'self. "
I did tot accuse myself of having
made to Senator Mlutyro a promise ,
whioh I intended should 'be broken, 9
'hor cold aliything I said ha*n been
cutsftied f'ito'kny wish or intention
on tha lrt of BenutoAr A'lutyre to
ha've nied his constituents.
'1'be PeSona'l aad odficial inter.- .
dourge betwedh"ebator McIntyrie and f
myself has been ever since I have 0
known him, tithb'th'o <kepion of a
short Inte'rl su'h as 'Aot io lesson
the self-respect of either of us.
In the campaign of 1872, Senator
McIntyre (miatakenly, as I ktiow, 'but
jktly, as he betieved) cohoeived'that
I had t'ieated 'hiin tuYairly arid did
what he believed the oixbuniatoesa
warranted him in d.oings
Since that time the muAoii1cmeltion
of Senator McIntyre has been 'iewo'v.
ed by sulsequent developments, and -
the terms -of Oar iTitercourse have
been suoh as they were before the
In his lt-at. letter the correspondent
states that % admitted to him tiatiny ~
"private character was had very
bad." This assertion is totally,
essentiatly false. Kitowing the utter I
falsity Of Bunh an tdnisslon, of
course I coula not have WMade it.
What I did adwit was this: That of
all the mass of acbubationib og'inst
me, the only e whic is trde is
that which charges upon me personal ,
extravagince, aid an ineaulouo ex
pe'nditure of 1iy priiate nVih'b, which C
had hiolVed me in finat,cial litul
ties. This is a matter with %L~in,
however (as the correspondent !.imi
self said) the public have no concern
bo'!o*g sitdoUsWot Interfoio with
a faitb Tul ditcherge of nmy official
The %o'rres$'nd'ent writcs that I S
told him I \Was semrb of riantinationa.
This ib not'true.
lie asked me if I lieie'/ I would -
be renominattd, and I'answted him
"yes,'~ an'd gav'n him at a rehbon Yur
that opinion that the Reopublicans wh'o
will tiiake The naaihattioni kniow mb
thoroughly, aind that they ?tlso *lnmow
that thec charges of onicial 'de'relio..~
tion mado against mec uVa g~ouadledr..
and untrue1 and for that i-eas'on
would staad by said 'defenmd Ymie by
nomiination againsat political pe'rseoW. F
tion and porsaonal malice.
I did nmot say that netvspa~er a
charges wo~ald not injare mie, as my
commtituents cannot road. This is an i
old quotat ion, and has been at (lit.
forent tihieb attributed to various
Republicate. it hab never been bat# C
I did naot say that The Ion. lir.
Chamberlain would probably b'o th9
bolting candidate. I said th'at iY y
there were a bolting osb'didIate, the.
Conservatives, between the two R~e. 0
publicans, might~ win the field. *
I regret thus to intrude apun your
columns that which Will be 'of no ,
interest to nmoat of youlr rhadces, but r
I propose to enjoy for myself h~eef- ~
ter' the siame pv~iilege you an'eord to ,
every tin-that of being properly
re pronted befor'e the otbl11c1 t
I have al ways retoghited lhy fdi r
res'ponsibility tO the people of muy
State and party for .ap honest and
faithful discbarge of the duties whiohb
attend] my offoial positiotl. In a
very Abort timec I pi'opose to talk a
with tihe peoplIe of the State, In a fullt
and comprehecnsivo fdi'ma, iih dbl'nse
and vindication of the presebt State
Govern mont. Jiy its acts it inust be a
wneasured, nnd b.y them muset it stmad I
or fall. VWhilst I myself haveo beell
wofuilly ladking that iemorabld
ability anid intellect iwhich have won
for Soluth darolina suchb all enviable~
plabe amoing her seLter- Slat~s, I stiill
olaim for hiselfthiat hmlmo heartI'elt
devotida to her piraatida I Aumd mnateri
Al ihtiiresta abd earnost eilr'o fbr her
people ivblch abtuated thos'd groat e
thetn of tho pst who pirodded ino int
F". J. Ai'OSIA J f., iovorn-oi.
Therb~ ii a Datbhl-y 14~ehiI t6 the
bifebt that a party desiring to transa
ant some private butiness wIth anoth- -
tir was invited by thd otlher tb step.
lntd a neighboring attdre. "But we 'I
will be 'dittirbod there," daid the '
first party. "Oh I no*" said the 0
uedmnd party;. they doan'. navrdl-e.
A Fatal Acedent.
Capt. . 8 itas u
shoonor White Wing, of New York,
hile goin on board his vessel, at
or*'Roya On the-night of the l7thi
RI fro'ma '0lank used as a gangway
own theick to the vessei, struck his
ead on a fender while falling into the
'atir, 'Which 'Inust have rendered
it *pebless, for he never spoke
rter wd b~t'tvas drown4t'iwmedi
oorgia '0a 'year la
taunton, d db ating hur yubhg lNdie\
"hat ultihey ep nt on our homo
l1ool1 ivould th in flift'y per 'cent.
utter %ble to oqcr the advantages
tanton doeP.- e' Ah 7l.
u i 'o hsM 6 LO ad
)I ed and1 for sale at thle Drug S8t'o 1-t
iland 16 coita per lb., by . ..
ne 'an l'otash. Cqfoeutrated bye, Bab
This as lb. 'ptt'fti In otrble littlle
Ifth are liNIply (issotved fn tie bollin1
At11-,'In oip-making ; Thus se'aving til
ouble of opeding cans. For fh1 at
rug bt r.
E prdpose to sell fonds for ih of
Vka oseh basis. All goods ohargot
a our books wil' be considtred due or
te tist'day of t1, month fol hwing, n<
l illb'?iot'then paid will be bha'rgod In
est at the rate of two (2) per ''eent per
'ith until paid. This' rule will be
rictly -adhered to In all oases where ti(
peoial art angements are made.
jan 22 WITHERS & DWIGlIT.
LL persons indebted to tihe late larn%
of 88<'OltTlE & WILLIAMS, will
uid it to their interest to set Ile at onec
their accounts will he placed in hlie
an" of an attorney for immediate col.
u no 16 DiuPOirTkn3& WILLIAMS.
500 1,1.s, Am-rican Candy assorted.
6 "' lianut. 64 '4
..b 8U. G.Desortes & -a(
ART '0 AfiLRY.N
A.% A U 10.A R T EN
AVIN etuanea6for a short tim , I
am now prepared to got lp. -th<
tiest styles of Photograph., Ferreotypes,
vorytypes and Porcelhink.
lissyour timi. -
june 12 -
AJ. T. W. Woodward President o
tie State Agricultural and .Iechani.
Gen Jno .Bratton.
Y"ot, 31a1. 11. Ttiom,
Capt. Jas. P: hMetid.
Capt. Jna. Deaty.
Dr. T. T. Rtobertson...
F, E1.er, Esq.
8. Wolfe. Esq..,
Joel A. Copes, Es. ,
And nmany otlhors have Ilho "Eollpse
tea'mt Ihaber" usecii for their famnily
anshing nn. ot o'iend it. to the .pulin.
WrIN:TS2iOk O', a. c.
F iiRT Y y'e;ar ex perienco in repa'irinR
OLD ahd 8ilver Wai'ohes of'all ki'nds
ancy Jewelry and (looks of nil descrip
one, which I will sellljow for ca'ah Comta
nd see for yourself. No charge for, look
g. Thtankful for past pit r:onageC, I so
ila continu inco of t he same.
pposite Blat%t & bo's.
tuR INA NUE.
ilE following ordinan'oa is reviv'ed and
L pubish for the benefit of all con
Ist. '.'ho Towhm Co'mnb6il 6f Wi~sbro dc
rdain that all ilogi an'd t'nais going al
irgo, shall bo taken ump by the Maitskabi
nd held twenty-four hours. At the expi
ationi of that time, it shall bo tho duty
f said Makshals t'o ' lace 'or onuise to hi
IJacedi a notice at, the following places
'ho P'ost Offi'oo, the Cotl't lfeus and hieni
hie iblket., andverttiing such - ilogs o1
loats, for sale1; thd~ *saId advertisomont toc
emtairn osto.l three days a'f'te'r ilydunlding
f said h~imals.
2nd. Aft er th'o lnpse of Lwent y -foW
ourg. it shbil be daty .tliye larshals t
are for ,.ubh IIdth o~ (at~ ab NAk ha7
ech impounded, by feding in dwaterija
hab seine, for wichl they sh all beo allows
wenty-ftve'osnts per day to be paid out b
hes proceeds of seoh sale. lb Bad ,d
hall the MAl-shblls atinvlise 5t- s'el ga
mpounded stock .until furst reliorllig .Li
he Intenda'nt and receiving instrutid3n!
, . Intendant.
W. hi. Np~eido, Cik, of Counll,
A IL person's holdling claims again.
).the estate of James M. Rtliand,de
eased are .oreoby notinfed to presen
iezh d1 a (tested, ahd thosd lndebte
Ssaid eltato afo iequette'd to -stlake pay
eaot tb the utidersigzd..
xof Will of J, b uln dca'd
08'T on the road bet ween iolcen
Jand llisons upIiig, a small Slte
ateb, plaIn'ease. Thte fnder will be re
arded on delivering it to IthaArm oflie
r' to .
1a3 JOliN ~. FEASTE R
BY irtito of sundry executd'nsh to's'
' 'direefed I 4ill offer for sile 1 t l
higheist 'bidde~r 'before the Court H~ui'e
door in Winnteliro, oil the 'firat Monday
in 'July htoj,.lnth Me 'Ieg'41-eho'lrs 6 o.
sale, for eash, 'the purchapor to pay for
all nee6RV a+Ap ra, t$e 'fllowing de.
ioribed opoerty.to wW: , .. I
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
lying tiohag dbi sifalto in fhe county df
Faiofield and State of 0t4h Carolinaa, con.
taining threo hundrft a*or*s, more or
less, being part of a rdt. 'of'land 'o n'e
byJohn Entzminger, fiveiiles from Dok ,
A oinitig idhas of F. itutsminger aS*W
Aad'otlher riot In Ne boi dtil State
foedaid, toout'nihi'mn Effiltoe aoreA.
more or los., lieifti part of a tract 9f lan
ow~ned by Miss .Jano 0ioles, deceased,
lying on watbrs df Cedar Crechc, 'adjoinlin
lanhs of 'J' W, Chtpblifl. Y. Robinsod4
Another tract lh tii'b ootihty 4ih Stat'
aforebmaid, *ontaining oo lilindred an,
ninoty-sit adres, th'ore or loas, being part
ef a tract of land oivnod by .las. Enttznih.
gor. fee inilos froml Doko, adjoiining lani''
6f'Danie1-Nclon,.F. Ruff and oihers.
.. . . 'M't16 - , .
Another iract in othe county and iate -
''ofesiaid, coniaining twenty-four acre%
more or less, being-pip't of a t of lait
oCne4 by J. D. StewhYl(f on went .fA#..
nile eek. ardoiffhg lanris 'of - ancy
Voopdr. V. S. Perry and others.
khoiher tract in tho cdtinty a'nd stat
' foretihid. dontaining seventy acres, mor$
or loss, being -part of a 'tract of lank
own a by Mrs. E. E. 'Crtenpt-on on the
riglit hand side otethe roatnd leiadihg froto
riladney's Foril ' lonticello, a joinin
laaid D. 6. Kiklhnu', Q4orge Shedd and
othbers. 'Leviedtipon 'n' 'lle piope .ty of
J. S. Stewart at the sujt of'janmeS . Mo
Cabtslgainst J. S. Stewart.
All Ihat piftep. parelkl br ikh'ot of land.
lyinltv. 1beink. 'rq aio'jh 160 county 4f
9/liielt anid Stato di( Nlth C olinA, con.
taintig ihree hunadri lacres, more or les,
ani bbianded lands of W. W. Twitty Nortlh,
by lasndAs of - Mrs. Af. M. ride, 'East, -y
lands of J'., M. illih end Andrea South,
innd ly lianda of Mrd. R. 11. Nicholson ok
the W . evied unona as t'o , roperty
ofM. l. Witson'Kt the a'1 K f Edward
Pollaait ngtil;t MI. M. Watson.
L. W. 'DUVALL,
Stheri F's Office,
Winnsboro',... C ,
June 11. 187%.
This unrivalled Southern Heniedy is
wartodtenot to contain a single partielo ot
Mercury, or any injarlous mineral sub.
stance, but is
PURt LY VEGETABLE,
containin) those Southern Roots and ferbp
which auNt allviso Pr~vidence has.placed Ir
countries where Liver Disopses mos.
'prevail. .1t will oure nl Dieases caused
Tlg B sytnpt oms of L.iver doagiplaint are s
hitter otr bad I aste in to motah ; Pain ik
hie Back, Si'les .or Joints, often mistaker\
fot' Bhienaialtism : 86ur Stoma'ch :.Losse6'
A p~etiae B owels natrnatetly costive an
ax ;. lIidc. e; Losq of ,memqry, with.
paiatffl sensation of htavang;.failed to dt
somneating which ougaht to. have becen (lone
bebilityr, Low .Rpi'r'gs. A thicc ,yellow ep..
pearonce of the Skcin and Hyes,. 5 dry
Cough ~ofien .mistaken for -Consumiptiot
-Somet unesa many .of.thaego symup.namsalten
tImae tlisease, at. ,others yery few ; biut the?
Liver, fte~ larges~t organ~ip tho body, ip
generalfly the sent cf theo di 'ase. and if no
Rteganlat'ed In time..gu:t'ent ring, wretchi
edwpss and DeAth alli* ehusu.
i ',is Grenat, Utdfniling Spooifio vi l not b~
found tie l'east Unplegmant. ,
For iyspop'~a, 9nM ipat io , JaundIqq
Billfoum ,at tqs. icIC HJ achie, Colie~i
De prestsion of pirits, S'bur 'obi'ach, Heart
ullrn, &c., &o.
Is tha% Chea s't, Purest ala~ est, Fariilit
Mediche inm th'd World 1
Macox, Gan., tani Philadeljhia.
Prito, $1t.00. Sold by i lirgilit.
June 26 -
* ANX NOTIC6
1tlIN Audho ,a books ~will MaV Spy'm td
. thec p urpose of re'deulna returns'
on and afe1. tlil st dayr de aUly nex't
an'd 'renain open ubtil tlib t*ehtieth dA3y
P'boperty .hblders arb ~eji-e rod 'cl l'd
'forbarti nac snake i' urnis i 'allieir
pratl3 hotll't eal aln' f'eddtul WMthId
.: tt tinm. Thoseo failing tb lii b W ilt bM
assessed liy time Auditot fol. the aon
Jher ael retur' iil titbbn~
(or i le coufrenui'en o 'o 'all 'o'oice.A'
I will ataie'nd either il rsob or' by depth.
tyr at thi rdllbwig plamben dy,
Diokd, Monday t6t t., July'.;
Rti geway. Tuesdag ahid Wedahegdy, 7ik
Tong~esvilofitday, 'I'uestisy Anad
MAnticello, Monday and Tusday, 8th'.
l'oasterville, Thursday and 5frI<i
L9th'., and 10th, A'nd a, m~y 'ffice
Winnsbor~o util thte fdoks are 0l1e.64
Auditoi's 001fce, h. F, bAVI d~oN,
Winngbato, d. C.A .C
ANY o'ne having olainis dgtdn I bte*I
Al present them l'rtwthfrpyinkbt
june 18-t2x8 JOIlIN M LY; 6.
OI12! OILS !
N NEOil, Train or Faisera dil'
LnedOil, N~oat I''oot dil; Koresen~i
Uil, Alladin edrity Gil, for' 4le tEy
'marcli 28 5tM ASTr & n d