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R. MEANS DAVIS, Edtor.
VID NONMqftlf , JULY i, 1874. 1
T h Ji* jet t it- arirty.-~
'ow that the Looks of the Audi.
tolAt o4p )/Aesmnent, we wish
to state a tfew facts to our readers,
a l mriestpaa been
broated that 'o one can return his
.pdperyo A4t 16*o'r laluo this year
than it 'WAsintu rha'd last year. This
,rirroly a spietake. The reason of
'the changoin. the assessment Is that 1
prop-fTy is -4sessed at too . high a
rath,'far abde its selling valu,.
Eyvery land 9wner is expdoted to 'ef
turn hisfi.gnh it the' atWai selling
V1fie' 6o more, and no less. The 1
fairest idea, ofthe value, of V.-operty
can be obtained- from the Sherifth
Ilho Sohool Pand.
,ow'that ttire is some possibility
of obtaining money 'fur the school,
School Commissioner should haeto
itpro rated. If he has no aluthorlry
to do this halllf, let tim havo such
a provlsion incorporated in the ordet
-of Judge Mackey, directing the Clerk
.of Court to turn the money over to
Grant and Shepherd.
-The District of Columbia has been
;govorned for doveral years by a cor
rupt ring, rivaling'Tdtmy'ring in
Now York. The district groaned
under a debt of $20,OOO0oo, and
creditors-dr'ho paid. Shoppord was
Governor. Congress abolished the
ConAtitution of tie district Govern
'rauit 'and placed its affairs in the
han'da -of itree Conmissioners.
President Grant nominated Shep.
.iord m on-t,*of thdso, although he had
boon notoriously corrupt. The U, a
S. Senate rejected him by a'vote of
36 to 6. The only sonators suppor
tAing the nomination wore Jones of
Nevada,-8argent of California, Pat.
,torson, of South Carolina, Spencer, of I
Alabama, Flanagan, of Texas, and
-another soallawag. Logan denouno
ed'shepperd am a robber, and other
ihfluential republi nmus expressed
'their digunt. This decided vote
was a direct censure 'to Grant, and
'will doubtless widen the broaeb be
tween him and his party. We rejoice
to soo some ovidences of reform in
'the United 'States 8enatb.
The Law of the Tealgraph and Ixpress,
oth I the telegraph and expressI,
ansqgasi dommon carriers, are subject
$o the sam8 law as to the ?elivery of
Tpaokug~es and dlospatchos.
The law is that the company must
'deliver the -package or despatch with
out declay to thse party to whom ad
dressed, provided that party lIve
wIdibin thre corporate limit..
The rason given by thm courts for
this rule is, that tihe 'consideration for
tihe ,eta sum paid beyond what
would be required by railroad or mnail,
is -hle quickness of the deli't~ry'.
Where heavy packages are 'reoeiv
-el by -e*prcss, then the company
'noeouoly giye tuprompmt notice to the
E'dgefld Is not asleep. On the
Oh of Jugj a County Union was or
ganizsed,-omznosed 'of -delegates from
lteen of' tife twcnty-two townships
ini the Couinty. Edgo~old and F~air
field, we believe can claim tolbe ban.
nor Codntle's in this sefosm,
Theodore Tilton Is down en Bieocher
again, Ie evidently doesn't think
the great parson imnmaoulate. Bee
ehter preserves silence. Bunt his char.
noter for piety Is not so well estab
lished that he oami bluff the world in
The tax-Untohs should send a for.
mnal .protest to Mcses whenever a mis
ereant Is pardoned. If they can do
nothing mnore, at present, they can at
least, "make up a case."
mRifle Club, aVe organising through
the State. 'Edgofield, Greenville
and Cawdon have Aine sabre clubs.
\innshot-o will soon be beard from.
"Moses spoke in Newberry on the
Fourth. 'obe Newberry Heorald con.
oladedo report of his speech. We
regret this, as We-ere anticipating a
rich lite.rAry 'treat, lie spoke of
W~'~rhington, Wonder if he did not
ste al a little from Irving's life of.
that patriot ?
. E. 0ov Scott addeased a gather.
1mg nf cit-izens at Jeukinsville on time
We~ lean' that Rev. .D,. 8. RicA
whol . rgftalk ithe tatqfffQs
1d a vO4atinglitOnioD otaill hofweat
uien against the thieves In power.
Ilis hearers accused him of bein a
raltor a*nda dew 6rat2IT6 -1 fei1.
o bring any leader to speak
o them to show that he *an correct.
3ov. Scott was invited and came up.
& gentleman who heards te bpeedh
ays it cannot be surpassd for ' trtih
Scott told his hearers that the
onidition of affairs here was d read
al, and that there must be a: rsfi-nl
I0 depleted in glowing colors tlI e
orruption of the last legislature
*nd warned the people to send better
men le told them two pick to of
heir own party but to have one hon.
st, intelligent white man even If
hey have to go to the "denmuorats',
o find one. If you do not, said be:,
axymyers toiW refuse to pay tuxes and
fou cannot naake theti do it. lio tuld
hem not to send down such1 Wen aS
5teub 'Millex and Leo. Ilis rcnarks
vero admirable. His heareia wore
omowhat out down by this triumph.
mt vindication of Ricoe's courso.
Now we do not pretend to say tbat
Wott rea ly wants reform from honest
motives. But when we see these
'ibgleaders preaching reform, we
oow they are wriggling and 'tquii
ning under the iron heel of the ad
minlstration j and though It may
not show them to be any butter than,
hey were, it shows that the North
moans reform, and will have nothing
Four years ago, spaoches all bore
he refrain of emnancipation inid ro
sellion and thBe ag. Now the North
will tolerate none of this, Candi
lates must ceaso talking aboit trea
ion, and inveigh aguinst rasoality.
11 theea are hopeful signs, and if
ho taxpayere, are moderate, wise and
letermined, they will have aid in
eforming the State.
The good seed planted in Fobruary
>y the taxpayers' conwation is bear
ng tibundairt ruit. It has awnkened
he North to a sense of the corrup
ion existing in South Carolina, and
t is fast awakening our own people
o the neoesity of united action.
lix months ago, the people were
lead. Now every exchange that we
-ead contains a report of the organi
:ation of a tax union in some county.
As yet, however, only a nucloa
ias beet formod around which the
ionesty of the State will orystallize
a time. It is a serious undertaking
o organize a party, to reduoe chaos
,o order. But if an e'ffort is made,
k body of thousands of voters eun be
gathored and made eaetve..
We have often been asked what is
aho obioot of tak unions, and how
wrill that obboct be attained. We
wrill endeavor to reply. Trho plat
term of the tax-unions contains one
plank of four words, "Reformi in
South Carolina." Upon this plat
rorm can unite all l o test mn, white
bnd colored, repul lio inns or deieo.
3rats. It knows no distinction on
account of "oc, color, or panyious
~nditlon." Tfhe Union is not ora
ganied to run a republican or demo
aratio trcket. kt is organited for the
purpose of supporting the most honi
set available men for offico. It is or
ganised to ferrot out and punish
erime, coming from any quarter.
E'very honest man admits that re
form or ruin are the alternatives, Bat
while leach honest citizen depends
upon his own individual effourt he cans
nfi'ect nothieg. Rvery great succesa.
is achieved only by ha&rd work and
harmonious, unanimous action. The
ring have four of the requisites for
success. 1Eirst, a majority of voters,
their dupes and tools. 8econd, the
strIotest purty disi:pline in the Uni
ad 8t ate.. Third, public plunder,
in the patroaage of government, by
which votes can lbe purchased.
Fourth, the entire control of elec.
tions, by the ftppointment of corrupt
managers to stuff the ballot box
Against those, the tax:payers lhave
nothing as yet. But let them once
organise and have strict discipline in
their rank. and tney can dictate
terms to their- adversaries. The tax.
payers own tihe property of the State
and they have courage and military
experienee. Suppose then that a
dishonest governor and Legislature
are elected again in spite of honest
opposition, and then suppose that a
delegation be sent from the tax.
unions, which represent 60,000 de
termined men, and nmne-tenmthm of the
property of the 8tate, to the Legisla
ture, to plainly tell thom that unless
taxes are greatly reduced not a cent
trill be paid. WVhat would be the
curse of the Legisla tum e 1 They
would interview Grant to sce wheth-.
er United States tro->ps would be
seait here to make the .'io uui
the wo 0Io ent for that pi%
poub the gfature ould make con
But if tl eZWsiiAL ,q or
gaz~at on, each idividual taxpayer
will tamely et44I. - to' 6ufrgp fpr
fear of suffering breater dalawity,
Tho tax Iuiiia must be or iisod,
and oe illivao p
ever hoiest nan in South Carolina.
9,ioggo~'t,,d rgughjtjg. s fuit
strength. We therefuio call upon
o6v ey$gherei6 eitizztJtt.cA'1lWfo:Ma4 d
andl ld 'aid to flsngL uib b i
work and influouce. We fool asiour,
ed that every go10 *Pregufocidig Upon
this matter.will be ouvin'vod 'that a
fall tat union is our only hyp0 for
Son'o timb;-kile ti1b 9ifika"o
South, Carllila adojo f tho ,f
that they hid becowo a t toannh i the
nostrils of all.honest nieun and were.
in immiinent danger of being turned
over to th'e ' tender aidreol of Itb'o
ot trag~ed t.; aycra ' f the S&ate.
This frighltuud thous - dreadfully.
sacl one begn to accuso his com
rades and th "denuoruts," and each'
one to prebch"yerm. 'As an car
neat of. Wha14 t0b4y int#41e4ud to do,
they began to imuiet, right and luft.
Fur a while there was a perfeet- si
moomn of reform. Tho einservatives
lost thiur bhic'li ltteh Ia ton ilent
and delight. Nvr.hoin repubicans
patted their reform frici.ds on the
back. The world belan to .Ihikt
s me gooid ight 90:uII opt ofzhg.
reth. But nan i. dioued to di6:,p.
pointn ent. The hobby of rifeia
thug iddeti by "the party," is a
rparin. d, aawint-eyed hear t, biadly af
feeted midh the tllump.s. Ir, CmiI
meneod in a hii.lk canter, but itbs
wind anid lJgs play, d nu'. aind too it
i a hobbling inoisinnte.
d.iv. ' O.teS W1s illdic-od ; about a
d( z n Co-uniy Trea.ireis vete pic..
i'utced do-laulters, mid two were ar
Iested. tIonaaaaty th.nmis-a by
the luore, p1oo ignoranlt. wrotutbes who
wure ualing the greater tiieveri, were
baytjeod iioent.e-aly. Other smatll
fly Wuro roast 41. .itt,- Mes was
t, touchetd. -ToLe Atiey General
endeav-ured to nauke alulbur,'a trial
1.rcLUede that uf bluses, knowing that
iaj~, 4Jeaa ilu ud ciear Nvoca,and
wiie i C fa4iled ill tli , J udgo Gra.
Law quuas.,ud th.- isi,.ten., en ai
leg.. <quabble. M.\uat, gr..t~.tu. for
sh.1 and k1ouwing b. riete how
"dul-d dga een ble" it i. to be- itn
tie clh.tb tf %J the atv, La been
1u y'paduing thc eutpr:ts who
wc.e coi.vi.ted of their maieede.-.
The thre Couny Com.issioneas of
11.rnwell Woe pa. duned, * tad the
Comisioners of Mluien l.ave also
betzn set fac~e, antd ite heb.th'e that
Moes ia muerely wvaitg fr the re,
septi n o a petition now said to be
priv stely ei~en;aIi: g in this County,
to pardona the < x ti :sur- r of tr
hlled, the ouly one of the deufaaul~iug
Treaure~s wh~o was Lroug~ht to jug
tie.. This, toog in faoe, o~the faco
that the' whole County .is grosninga
now under theO loss of twenty tbou
sand dollats stolen from the treasury.
We get sick, in coutempslating the
corruption and br:son impudence of
Moses. And he is ntot alone to blame.
IHe is r.apon-ible for the pardons.
Bunt lbo is not responsible fur his own
freedom fromt the penitentiary, nor
for the exemaptiou froth pttnishment
of the diffefeaut Treaisurers who, ce
oordineg to Mlr. Meclton, have stolet.
$45n,000. 'rho A ttornaey General
and the State.Trreasurer are responsi
ble for this. Why have they not arrest
ed theose defaulter. ? Why 'should
they lay'haold oJf Smith and let the
rust go 1 Smith is no worse tliana the
other defasulting offieiale. lReformn,
to be sincere, muso6 be thurough. If
the Attorney Genecral and dhe Treas
urer wish to be believed sincere, .let
thi talk less and not nmore energeti
. Thi% ptri11 diodi reform ifs not a
success. Moses, Scot~t, Chamnbilatin,
Pniker and Puittersoa soap their fiu
gers in the face of justice, and run
as re/brm candidates. The pardoned
Penitentiary copaviots, don their
whitewahedt chanracters sand organize
a thieves' brigade for .\oses. 'The
Nime leprous Couuty Treasurers no
longer cry uielean, but lavish bOhool
money anid poll -taxes on oampaign
whiskey and eigar8. The whole
party isas well handled by, thieves
that the honest alembers seem para.
lyeed. .itadical. refor th , is very
sickly at presenst ; it will shave to
improve rapidly to present a healthy
appearante at the baellot box. Con
servatives, organise youre Tax Unions.
The duty may .devolive en you of
working reform. lHe orha..igd atid
ready to assume the responsibility,
and to curry it thoihm.. dctalln..
FOn4 o the orst bhiogs to be done
by a raaioal ofcoo seeker is to buy up
a newspaper. The press speaks with
a million tongues, and can be used
to much advantage in denying oharg
A MadQ pgal.nal. its master, and in
manufacturing publio opinion. It is
a difficult matter for the. uninitiated
t asft thoru from the falso,- and it
is of immense advantage to any oan
'didate whose skirts are not clean to
have a tiewspapor flubky busily ap
The bond ring recognizos this fact,
and the :noney has been raised and
an erguu purchased. The Union.
I19rald wao hooen from the peculiar
quality:.i,, as shown of having as
many livt-'as a oat, and from its re
markable agility in jumping the fence
whenover ocuasion dewanded. It
was at first said to have been estab.
liO4 i.tl iterest of Honest John
Pairsoi, Next it was sold to
Moses for $12,000, of whiih $6,000
oame from Ilumbert. But the Union
lldrald ieutnok on %loses or Moses
ac '64 u the Upion-IHerald, and
it fell into the hands, not of the
Philiatines, but of the Republican
l'rinting Company. It has recently
ohanged owners. Report says it was
purdhabed by Attorney General Mel!
ton, as trustee for Chrwberlain, Car
dosa apd Gurney, a sweet scented
he Union-Herald denies that
Molton is in any way 3onneccted with
it; but is ominously silent as to t.e
rest of the repoirt. It is fair to pre
sutno then, that it will be. run in
iauiberlain's interest. It has here.
tifuore contained some good editorials
on reform : but how it can nsaim
henceforth in the current with such a
millstone aroui.d its neck as Cham.
berlain Is a "ataggerer."
C(hamborlain has his pockets load.
ed with the sinking fund -windle,
the land comwissiou swindle, the
conversion bond swindle and va
rious other small swindles, and it
will require co lks of great buoyancy
to keep his head above water. The
Union-Ileraid will find it bard work
this waim weather to carry such
Agad weight as Chamberlain.
' With Chamberlain as gubornatorial
candidate, the radicals can well
speak of reform. He possesses one
gbod'requisite for a refo u candid ate;
being more in neel of it than al
Wost any one we know, Moses not ex
cepted. Vw-e Chamulerlain and the
Spoech of E. W M. Mackey in Charles
ton, on the fourth.
We give below a report of the
speech of E. W. M. Mackey. It
abounds with truth, and good sense.
Let him prova his sieerity now, by
supporting sonme re~-petably decent
man at any rate. We want no such
re~for~m Candidates as ~Moses, Scott
We trust the colored 4 eopie will
heed these words of warning, com
ing fromt one of their loading politi
"Col. E, WV. M. Mlackey was next
ibitroduced by the ebuiman. He
spoke fur nearly an hour on the cot
dition of affairs in the State. In thn
course of his remarks lhe said thast it
was no lunger good policy to keep
the people Ignorant of the danrge-r
which was throatm'inig them. To
day the government of South Cairo
lina wa~s discussed in ahlnot every
piper in the United StatL&s, we
had attracted the attention of the
whole country, and the time had
came when our salva'ion depended
up..n a radical change in the manage
ment of our affairs. Tihose who had
been ruling .he lepulianm patty of
thia State had brought it into disre
pute with the wbole nation. During
the last six years our rulers ha.d
stolen and wasted more money than
wvould have bought a homestead for
every one of the twenty thousand
voters of this county. Under the
guise of Republicanism a few inen
had stolen millions, and brought d is.
gracec upon the whole party. Fo
all the bonds that bad been fraudu
headly issued ; from all the money
that had t'een stolen or waste oull)
expended, n. benefit whatever h-ad
accrued to the peolie ; and )et upon
themi fell the odium. At the las
session of the Legislature more naon..
ey was appropriated to pay fraudu
lent olaims tn:an was appropriated
for esfucat ion, and so it has been for
several years past. This w. a owing
to the corrupt ion and ignorance
which prevailed in tho Liegishatut o.
Men had beena elected meomber3 of
the Loegialat ure who could not read
a woad of the laws they had passedl.
Thle ignorant legislator- was just as
criminal us the corrupt one. No
one should accept a po~sit ion unless
he is capable of illling it, and the
man who undertakes to represent
the people without the ability to do
so com mits a crime. Unless a re
formi w.as brought about at onee, the
Rtepub liecan party of United States
would repudiiate the party In Soutii
.Rather than incur the risk of losieg
the groat States; of New York, Penn,
Sylv'-uia and Ohio in t~ho nex ro i
dential eleotion, they. will lond their
influonOe towards tuaniug this State
over to the party who are now or.
ganizing themselves as Taxpayers.
Without a groat change, in lose than
two years fiom now the Republican
party in this State will be dead. If
we want to save it we must at once
commence a fight against tite band
of thieves in our midst. We have
got to drive some iou out, of our
party, because they are our worst
enemies. In the coming elootion
those who have ruled us for the past
six years will make a srenuous fight
to keep in power. With the money
they have stolen they expect to buy
theisolves back into ofie . If
those uiren can keep the power which
they have so bhaniefully abused,
they will bring utter ruin upon us.
I'ven now there areno less than eight
or ten millions of fraudulnt claims
walting for the assembling of the
iiext Legislature. Then they ex
peot to reap a rich harvest in the
payment of the fraudulent couver
sion bond., Blue Ridge script and pay
certificates. Two years more of
such rule and South Car olina will
becomoe another Georgia. It should
be borno in mind that less than
four years ago every Southern State
was controlled by the Republican
party. To-day the IRepublicans can
rely only upou Siuth Carolina, Miss.
issippi and Alabama. Virginia,
North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Ar
kansas, Tennessee, have already pass.
ed out of their possession. Louisiana
will soon follow. Let us take warn
ing in time. Wherever the Repub
licans havo allowed the opposition to
carry any one of the Southern States
they have v'ever been able to regain
it. Let the Dmocracy onceo carry
So.uth Carolina, and the Republican
party hero wil' be dead forever. It
would be well for the people to bear
in mind the fact that no party can
live long whose supporters are main
ly dependent upon politics and poli
ticians for a living. If you want to
per petuate the Republican party in
South Carolina, give the people a
State government that can comuland
the espect of the comllmunity, and
the conii.iuce of the country-a
Staate goverunment that can do some
thing for the material interest of thbe
State, and that will bring life and
activity into busine.ss. lie continued
in this strain, showing the people
that their ivelfare lay in the increas
ed prosperity of the State and city.
lie watited to tee thecm, got g.,od
wages for their work, and lie wanted
their labor to be ir deuaund, so that
they would not be dependent, upon
polities and politicians for a living.
lie did not want the Ieptublicans to
be in such a coind iti in that whenever
they carried an election u io than
half of their voters wanted a situa
tion on the streets, police or sonic
Timothy Iurley was next intro
duced. lie spoke in his usual hu
morons -tyle. lie began Ly s3ing lie
could not undlerstand w hy the colored
picopl - were celebrating the Fourth
of July. The day did not belong to
theim. T'Ley hai nirthinrg to do with
it. It was the ti-st time inl his life
that lie had ever Leard of the l'ourth
of Jtuly being devoted to politial
haranigues. The host kindi of F'ourth
of July for them w..s a ftill stomaiich,
a riclh picket, anad t hiir ret tpatiid,
Ile told them that, they had wasted
money enough on the day to have
built theom a mragnificent school
house. As for the civil rights bill
they neededl none, for nto civil rights
bill in the world could com pel theam
to associate with him. Tiny 'Tim went
on in thiis ra1miblinrg way, pioking fun
at every thingz and every body until
lie exhausted himself. lie managed
hmowever, to wouik Gol. Delany into
a high state of' excite meint, causing
hum to take the ro.strum for thme sixth
tin e during the day, lie pi:ohecd
in to Timi v igot ously , ini ist in:.; that
the colored men had just ats inuob right
to celebrate lhe day as white meon,
and stated that this celebration had
'been gotten up enitirely by black
mn, and the3 initended to enjoy it
reg ardless of anything iurloy might
say or think.
The speeches were attentively
listc ned to, especially those of Ma:ck
ey, Ilurley atiu Declany. The crowd
lingered oti thme Battery until long
after dark, promlenainug and patron
iEing th0e refreshmenmt stands.
.News rf ('ourier.
Mr. 1/ito- .- [coumu x N cer nJ
Ini casting aboumt in otrmindiiti for
a suitable pers-mn to reproieett the
hionest~ portlion of our cittizens in the
Congress of the niation--a person
who can comb i no thle respoetable
coloredl mani, lhe whiite Unironist , the
jotisei vat ive, anmd bei ing to bear also
the infliuecec of wealth, kinship, and
a degree of populam ity withal enjoy.
ed by few, we have fallen upon anid
bog to sufggot~ (wvithout. nry confer
ence with the gentlemen) Mr. TV.
Illai. Clarke of leairhirld iad Ker
C cOl Vt A I E
Mll,. I'ddior :
h~as it ever occurred to you that
we have no men anmotng thio conserva
tives of our State. They are all old
women, demioraliz..d oownm ds, afraidi'
to speak above a whisper. They
have no maihiood, they have nto
*Thlose who led dhivisionis, Brigades
flegimients Comniganio.s "have retturned'
hom~e and ar, ar a ..o ay.... lie,..
A D DIT ION
"0 their usnal s4eck -of Watehes, Clocks
and Jewelry, China and Oranite
IONNOR & OHANDLER
linve Just naid a large Assortment of
rie Ghass Waro, consisuing' of Tumblers,
oblots, Tea Sells, &c., attraotive both for
zsefuluesi and .buy.
triotts" "liylde of Latlps, Lantorrigand
lf seainngFruil. Jnra, and one blil Fine
eroseno Oill, all offercd at' remarkab.y
j ly 2
This unrivalled Southern Remedy i.
irnied not It contain a single partiolet of
ercirv, or any injurious vaineral sub
ance, but is
ninining thoseSouthern Roots and Hfrbs
iich an ill-wise Providence has placedinp
n"ries where Liver Diseases -rogst
evail. It will cure all bisease. caused
Derangement of the Liver. -
The symptoins of Liver Complaint-Are ar
iter or bnd taste in the mouth ; Pain in
inck, Sides or Joints oftent mistaken
r itheumatism : Sour 81omaoh :' Lobs o
retiloa' lowels alternately costive -an
l; idnhe i Loss of mep:o9g, with
iful' sensation 'of hfivlin. faile'd to d
mething which oditht'd
M1iisity, Low Spirii.* IMAi fe; 4yIlo*.'p.
nrance of tlie Skin and Eyes. b dry
ugh .often.- mist %ken 'for '-'onhemption
mnet uimes many of 'hese syrnptoms atten(I
e diaease,"at othe'rsltery fe'w ; isi, the
ver. the -largest orgon- in-.the-body,. is
Iuerally the seat of the ditasea eand IWOt.O
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This Great Unfailing Speoiflo will not be
titid the lenst. Upplcasant.. -
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Iron in the Bloo4
MAKES THE. WEAK STRONG.
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V ftures.Own iung
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riched aned el rbloodian
Inatu every, part of the bd
repairing dasmages aeni wu
searching ~-out : morbd.- seers
riease to fee tq on
This 6s the secret of the wes.
rl.'ful sucessU of this remedy its
mering Dyspopsia,' Liver Corn
PlIaint, Dropay, Chronic DIaz'.
Jhills and 'overs, Humors,
Eosa 'of Constitutional Vigor,
)iseases of the Ridneye.- and
iladder,- Eeomale Comnpilnts,
and all diseases originating itn
x bad state ol the blood, or as
tompanied bif debility or a lose
;tale of/the sistem. Being free
*rom Alcoho in any fos-m, it.
'nrii~ kc.are 9no8 feg.
znd building up an iron Con
Thousatui a e been changed
WU the use pis rmd, frons
veak, , sl ssf 5 creaa..
urea, to atng a y, 'and
Bee that ea bottseha. PERU
hIAN SYRUP blown in the etae.
LETHl W. FOWL.E & SONS, Pfopuietofs,
No. 1 Mitten Wmape. Boton.
Ss r Daunna... o..... k....
my own "
If any are surprised or dial olieved
let them try to raise a Riflo club, or
a Tax Union. .
But the ladies, Heaven bless tiew
-the ohivalry of our Statei has
transmigrated to theow ; they .(if per.
witted) will join any organization
for better government and what -is J
nioro-they will win I For shame
ye who wear men's apparel I
[COMMUN ICA /ECD.J
Mr. Editor : -
Winnsboro is located in Township p
No. 4 and is consequently the
wealthiest of the 13 townships coml
posing the County of Fairfield. Yet
their Tax Union numbered Iat
Monday morning (counting Noses)- C
the magnificent figure-Seven I
We hope there is power in 7-we
are retninde<' of the 7 Stars-the 7
Churches, tle 7 Candlesticks. But
we think we bee the angel of wrath
emptying his Vial ut-on the heads of a
thuoe who nurse the curb stones like i1
the thirsty Molochs and funereal
winged vampires and buy thoir un ,
fortunate neighbors property at thirty L
cents an acro I
Woe, Woe, to then in the day-.
when labor divested of i-s heritage K
arrays itself against oapital. -
[In reply to Retribution, we -
would say that the Unuion of Township
4 numbers sixty vine. member,, and
this number will be increased. The
meeting of the Union, on the 6th.
was held at an extra hour, in order
to mako way for thu County Union,
and this accounts for the sinall pan)
ber present. We did iot ~ ' .unt
noses." But as we believe that
every honest citizen should not only
join the Union but bhould attend the
mectings, we insert this comtnunica.
tion as being peitinent, hoping that,
No 4. will wake up. .. El.
Tlhi NIws and Courier in its report
of the cele bration of the Fourth gives a
the following ;
The ball was opened with a soeeoh
flor Collector H. G. WorthingtUon co
upon the old I 0en of.pairty 1ealty, .W
the sacred rights of the negro, and co
tile beauthis of Iepublw.i.mn.' 1I; p,
was followed by one of the black
lights of tho bnr, .Louis J. Taylor, b
who bitteily assailed Worthington, ti
charging the latter with beinig. -the fo
principal cause of all the corruption A
that [low exists in the State. -~Hu as- .
SeI ted that Worthington had iiuaugu- .
r.ated a sy.,tom of boribery .dd-- cor- 1)
rup n fii khd' Legilaituae unhear4 ta
ot uttil his-arrival in tle State, and:: C
if the Republican party became -odi: d'
Una to the Northern I cople, it was
through such meu as Worthington, g
who never hesitated to bribe the Leg. it
islatuie whomever he had a corrupt c
job to put through for laiwelf or his
.,asoiat~o. In -reply to this unex- fe
pected attdck, Maj. M. R. Delany -R
arose to defend Vorthington, under. D
whom he is now emiployead as an in- e.l
spector in the Cuatonzhous. .
Tribute of Riespect froni Wlnns a
boro Graingo No. 29.
Tr is always a sad and mournful tihing
1.whien in reference to one we have
laoved, we are called to say, The spiait
has re'turnoed to Godt who gave it. . It: is
our privilege, it is our duty to pay this
last tribute to the nmemnory of our late
msend and brother, WILdLIAMl 14. 'Akb~ *1
TIN, ii is painiul to think or dent h,'but
while we larmenit the loss of o so dear,
so firm a friend, we cannot but feel bonl
soled by Ih lieh ought. at; he -has lefC us
for anlothecr anid a butter world, that he
bas beoen admiitted to the great Fraterneity
aborve where is happiness anus eterlasming
peace. Li, 1us therefore rather rejoice,
with him who hlas found an eternal homne
in hseaveni, for me live is to' be expose'd to
innum ltter mble t rials and dangers, while to
die, as our birothfecr hae (lied withI hope
and trust in God is unspeakable hlappiness
anld eveirlasting glory. Andl as we bow.
befrie the decree orf tho Aighty Mlaster,
anal synmatfhize with hitis friendsa In their
groat bereavemnt, it is tilting that, we
should give expression to our esteem and
regirrd for, hiim. Tfherefore, he it
1lesolveda, TIhat this traternity lias suse
taine-d an irreparable loss in the dath of
omir esteemedl and beloved brother WYIi..
lA.\ 1. M1A li N.
Jllen~aved, T hat irwe d eeply en d sincerely'
aolu cre hiis lossi, and withf hieaitfel t nor
row ender our symipathies to his afili oted
Rcesolved, That a copy of these liesohi
tions beo sent. to the family of the deoeas
edl, anda that they be pumblshed In theO
IVnnsbi~ oro N Swa and Fairfield 11SNIl..
)?esolved, That a blank page Ia our
Journal be Inscribed to fais memoary,
JOHN A. WEION,
BROW N'8 MOTEL.
- TllE undersigned respect-.
ful ly Infot is hIs friends'
anal the travelIng publIc,
that. tie hasi removed to that large amnd.
commodious house formerly known as tihe
l.Pairtleld IIlotel"' where he will lit parepasred
to nrutine thom as heritofore. TI'
patlronagn4 of my fallow cit izens of Fnirniol
part icutlarly sailbeltrd. Toe hoik Ii ransient
anal regular hoarders my terms will be
Ill. L. IIIIOWN.
enfa 25 Proprietor.
-I I lComnpanora~f Cigars,
1000) Chieroosats Cignes.
feb 1 4 U. (I. IEdPORT Eg & (o
Boots and Shoe.
Nolegatnt lot of fleots andr Shers Jm
reele fr om T'. \il ies & .
o AiTfElt A Iiig