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it. ME1"ANS DA T18, Editor,
A"cdnesduy Morlu.ig eptinbcr ", 1874
For Conrooman Ith Con. 'Dhtriot,
JOSEPH B, KERSHAW.
If Caulborlain will walk ovro the
course by 40,000 maj.,rity why in the
diekonas ia ho taxing his poverty for
inlonley to buy an organ in CharlFs.
tonI Answer this q uustion, Mr. i.iou
If this ludelpeple'at .i.-4jVo l So IL
tiguilicatit, %vly d-j tho pap urgund
give it mul promnlilene I If they
continuo thitus to advcrtizo it, it may
gain 3u-te :> en mih.
Cihamberlaiin, in his organ, is bet
tiog up a piteous howl" gainst the
rinl, devil filN who are winding their
uritip around Lim and dragging him
down. You halo boon their tqol,
D\r Chamberlaiu, atd they will not
releasa you now.
Tho Itdicals clailu that overy one
admits ). It. Chamberlaiu'd porson
al purity. This ib falso. Wo. be
lievo Chambul lain to be equally fron
his reord involved with Patter
VI, Parker, Noaglo or th ront ,of
thu choico ILot Au ring spirits in
Tho Charle,tun Chroniclo of yes
tUrdty omes to us enlargod to dou.
1de itZ'-t S.O. It i.i republicmn
trugh atd th10ugh, and of ooust,
i;- .for C'haini berla1in. - L 'ujon-11JCeld.
Of cour.ie it is for Chinburlinti
That explains its double i le. An
U1ther1" raid onl tho ut,ets of the batik
of tho >tatc. Ci.inbeilain doubles
thoi of hi-4 o-"rgaij with public
funds as an evidileo of hia liknecere
(.odii1o for refuln..
The Greenvit t ltiiblienit is slhut
n. it had 1 wo -t ( i%tor V '1 -e, 1lUin and
I ullivall. i !iv ns ab"ecc
-.l1tionu ran up tho Ciaiberlaiii ban
1 iur. ulolian V;rote an editQrial do.
lon no i tag ai C uei I tlain. It was re
fundinsrtin. Sllianus pruisident
of the Stock (1ig:l0y, elooed the
offico until the Executiv,
Conaitteo iueets. The Itdical
hloutio i-I divided within iitself. Chain
b'IrLli andl'aPttor-onl kiPlld it.
Cer-tain ipr'aties aro co.paring the
tederendent inoven;eit. this ye:r to
the Tomlin;on failure. A great
.1IdiOec eiTt. Tonliisui wa-s ,
et-bagg1r, not kiown through
the >ite, and witas neeused of cr.
rupt iun. J idJd G reeine is a nativL
- aad no chiArgyLs of corrup
then Twoyears.of his inde, added
tfuryer o f the (I ha in,bertIain rint'
rulo e hvo tous ed. the ons!er ativyes to
The hlpdentt t Re ipulic lans
seen,~ to sht..v great v ital~ ty . They
aboun~d in Charle: tott, S tun er, Keor
ohtaw, Cl tret.don, (Geor;etownt, l\arl
hore, (Chesterti:ld , antd Greenville.
lit.other coni liels, the leaven is wvork
cant dec o-at Chlaimtberh~itt ,i n Itis ownt
paty TPhe Uniion- Itertld ist badlIy
soe.rod. It is tingtiai hatrder non
.ate by *l0,000J ntijo~rity" than it
did beftore thIe o l Con (ti. Th o
11aams are n?otats easily boutght ats
(Couven I tis.
C'ounit ency is aL jewel. It isI not
foutid in the Union.ialleragld. In its
iwoov of Sepitcitnber 22d, that pap~er
htas 'h ed it:it to show that the 1it
diopenetst "aro relyinig upott a
broken r.eed in Leolicying t,..t the
demttoe'r.a would be aati;-led~ with any
nylJO .cazn as a eaitdidate for gover
lir. A td yet in) ihe santo issitie
it endeOavrts to tmako ia poeint aigaintta
the Iitdepen'tdett by paublishing at
lettecr of Sentator l1)nnn which says
"i WItave the r-olemnti pledge or the
tax i onlS to s' p port an ty hoinest re
puiblicn v;t e n ill liut upl." In othier
1',dt th IIe cosemrvat ives ill tsup.
pot a t republician, anud tthey usill not
'tujor:- a repulbilia. Which doos
'.I''ho ontly tuguentt advianced to
p'rove 'h,ani, b .rltia in's hionety is that
hie exibit.s no evideoes of wealth.
Who in~t S.utht Ca rolina exhti bits to
hiii hangry orodit,>rs less tmoney thtan
F". J. M'eis, Jr 't W hen J udge
N1..ehe'y, two ye:lis ago , introduced
Moser at a meeting at Htidgewiay, Ito
a Gdt ".1o inOa troduLco to jou the
I -ni. Franklitn J. Moses *Jr., Speaker
too0 loue .of Ii t aI.Ientat ives, who
a' tandidtee toot igh~ of Gover,
no15.of Southl &tarohnat. t Ihimt 1. can
nutital:o ",i tiht.of al/ //,e E:tjels
in .Sou Cai Xirol inait, l/l il/Onl Is not
not hing. W I t lw iiar to th It plieal
no0w adivatcd lor' Chamittberlain.
-A , : .. 0. ..jeA'w., lo ,
The Indeponduet ,movement is
gaining strength daily. Chawbqf
lain, I-attornon, B, won, Parker and
the carpot-bag fraternity generally
are quwking in their shoes. Green
ha.been -'endqrsed in Charleston,
Suimter and Cmden, by largo wout
ings, ana Tho Indole udonts aro oall
ing mass meetings in other plaoe'.
DunU claitus already delega
tions to the convontion froln twenty.
throe countio in the State. This is
good for one weeks work. .Chaln
berlain las no perSon al stength .in
the party. His nomination was
bought, and the masses show no on.
thus.iqsmu for him., gis whippers
in are oracking the lash vigorously
But the masses refuse to be led 1Y
the none any longer.
Judgo..Mackoy,, i Li C areston
speech denounced the conmissioners
of o'etion w.ho are Bowen and his
tools. lIe informod the crowd that
their votes, unless cast for BoiYen's
ticket would lnot be counted, that bloses
had made a oonpitt whereby pighteeu
delegates should 'ncouitud in from
Charleston pledged for Moeos as
Speaker of the Hloueo.
Now wo.haye advocated peao, and
at pea.ceful OlOctiQn. I$:C (19 not
intend to permit V.e ballot to be tam
pered with. If tho el9etlon is fairly
conducted, and O ar-e faifly defeat.
ed wo will bubmit. But wo ivill not
bo defranded in.tat inster. And
we give timely iiarning that if the
conboivatives are compollod to resort
to arns, they will do no violenco to
the colored people, but will make
short work of just -u0h bnllot-box
stuffers as Bowen. Election frauds
brought revolution in Luisiana and
A r nisas. Let tho ring thieves be.
ware le:t they iiacite a revol-tion in
Questions for tA Union-Herald.
I1 Clainbertlai be dtsirous of re
forn , why is be sul.por tid by Bowen,
l'atturton, Elliott, J,C;die, .Whippe,
Cardo.o, and idl the njtol ius ban
dits in the State?
After Cha erlin had plodged
biaself agnil.st tho Iluo Ridge scrip
1an1d fraudtilen,t boids, why did Pat.
terson (who oI'o U1hsuds of this
worthless raper la1ish liis nlonC3
lil water to -stculo Cl.amborlaii'l
nonination ? .
Why was tho radioal party so
stupid as to permit Wit(omore, a
nut i ual hti noh b.ox, to IhISt ii pe'
Cumitig the refo pilat-ori, rud to
evioditet, tho ratifoation p-ow wow in
If Chabilorlain was t'o sit IpoI
the %ariouti advisory bpardl. like a
dumb tar-bAby, why in Ohe dtuco wa.
ho placed 1:pon tl.emu 1
If Chauunherlain is ai sincere re
fortner, why is lie associated with
the bigamaous Ilowe;on
J)ad lliott, reliuiaih his $6,000i
seat in Coiigu ess for a ront in the
layi, zaure, because ho was pati iotie.
or' becauso,bo could save more mtoney
out of a $6300 salary or y5ecause lie
was played out ini h.is :Congressioal
D)istrict anid couldn't, be te elected ?
WV hon our innocent curi:;sily is
sat iudied ini these small particulars,
woc will ark soine "hard quesh'ouis."
Call for a Oonvention.
In another doluaiau will be found a
call for a County Convention to be
held in W innsboro on the lst Mon.
day in October. This tou-ontion is
called to send delegates to a State
Conuvention, irecoummended by the
State Union, which shall consider the
pr.opi iety of now int.ting a caundidate
for GJovernor. .W\q trust that a large
mecetinug will.be had. It is the first
county politicail meeting that has
boon held since the reform eampaign.
For thie past four years our people
have been) pursuing a policy of mans
torny inactivity. It is high time that
they be rouseo. . fuperionoe 'a
suniciently taught that it is a suicidal
policy to remain quietly a hone
without, making any detormined effort
in the 'cause of reform. Let our
meeting b'o full and enthusiastic-a
general. raliy of the honest citizens
from all portions of the county.
Questions of vital i,mpol-tanco will
probably bo brought before the
meeting for discussion. aid weo trish
to gather the f ree, tinbiauaed oinnions
of the people of. every township.
We must d'cido upon the polioy to
be pursued by us at the cotmng 01cc.
tioni. 'limo radical ring thicyes ha~vo
niominate~d for Governor a mau who
is either anj gokno.wledpod swrindlor
or an egregious ndmb scull. Cham
berlaina ias boen iii one0 way or an
ether con neotpd.with ,alhmost every
steal perpetrated bj the Governmpnt.
Uis skirts are so besmieareda withi
frauds of every description that it is
the bitterest irony to call him a re
,forms candidate. was.ho.i deter.
ninod opposition be will be eletoA
ur iext Governor, and then # zqw
-aid will be orgqnised against. the'
Ittle property left by the presot
knd proced.ing larenous adninistra.
,ions. Already fresh swarwo of
jungry carpqt baggers from tho North
javo arrived in Columbiu, waiting for
Jliaitberlitaina'. el.etiqn to dip their
;roedy beaks iitfo tle State treasury.
1lroady the old we'l kiiown thioves
Lro planning fresh sohmous fur plun.
How to defeat Chamb-erlain, and
o beat o(g the harpios fropi. their uni
icipatpd' proy, is tho ques- iou t)afo:o
ho proposed lus un,tig. Every
litizeu who feels bill.lf op'pross.el b1
his heavy load of bad goverimenjt,
hould lio proptelt.
Some paperu in the Stato aqvoate
kstraight out nomination., Q.hert,
Lud we believe the m11jority., flvor thu
>ndorsoecut of the moxe rcectly in
rugurated in the republioan ranks, and
ho support of an hounst republioua,
If uomiiut'ed. by ti. ''h's latter
,ourse it recow6iended by us.. ,ut
jur delegates to tho ouil Vert wish to
reol sure that they repicaent tho views
a majority of ti', eop) . .or thib
reason, lot every wan,,whito or col
Dred, who wishes au honeat 'govern
men, inako it a solemn duty to at
Lend this uneoting.
Fellow-citizens, let us doniustrate
to ourselves and to the world that we
aro not dead ; thakt the fi\ine ardr,
bravery rnd enthu.,iasw which char
lotersZed the boys in gray, antl won
for them uifadinig laurels, ttill sur
vivo in 1h3 brca;ntsof the people, and
that we are deterunicd to iminke a fair
hon1est ligh1t againlst the plunderers,
demagogues and miscreats whto hlavv
well nigh ruinod Slau:h Caroliha.
Wo deei the gallant son of Caro
Linn wl;Qso jpenntat tlis at our mit
head, the ot fitting alid. th, mt110.1
Livailable person to lead the hosts o1
honeisty against A. S. Wallte, thi
uartridge bo: 0;ladidtate of the radi
Itals of this congres: iona I d ist rict.
(hco K,ihaw is perhap.s the ablesi
statcsman it South Carolina. The
politly which ho has recominmended
for 3 oure, contrary to the opiinions of
many of our leaders, has proven the
wiest. Co.ciliation .between the
racos, w hioh is his vate ord, is now
)onceded North and South to he the
)pcn sesat'a,to all tie Orro wit.
vhich the South is cursed. In this
ie leads and others folluw.
It is abAolutoly necesvry that
south Carolina .hotd o.;xt'clh t1e ear ot
ho Unlit.d 8tat.1. Thia can be effected
)y tho Oloice of l%erblhqly na her advo
aite. While manny ott orp in th a
liti r s pturo pndI na honest mn
(ershiaw, none.aro a ,wpil ,known
sent. Korshaw has a ntationtal reputa
ion, lie rank's with 1lampton.
,uordantI, llorrest and thmo other leadz
rig genierals (uf,tl)r- rufodor.ate army,
ud Itis i iitary 'prow ess hm; tck nowI
dIged by G rant and all other foen.
w ith whotm ho gaIllanitl Iy cn)itend id
nt the field of battle. lIt the nuivo r
al intore.st manifeiisted in Soutth
arolina,, itll. eyes pre t urnedl to hima
a the l-epresountative statesmtan of hi,.
IIis entrapee Enito CE:>gress, wouh,i
xcito as unteh ituorest as wais in
psired by Stevens, Gordon and
amtar.. IIHis.reputation would im
nediately pla'e h,im in ii . viaguard
nd heo would bo inscrisibly acknowl.
dged as a le:Ader.
110 is highly . retpeeted. by the
'ecutive, rini er.n :sutcces.-full;,
efui t mny of thu lieis that such ero.s
urnes as l'attersoti pour into the oars
sftho l'resident Trliese consi.era
lonus render himt thie nict litting
andidate we can sind.
I,e is also lhe most ava'~ihiblo. l1e
a known by reputition at leatst to
ivry voter ini the fo.urtht , Congress
onal district. llis di'.ision was
argoly comtposed of troops from the
listrict, and these votora's regard
heir leader with love and admaira
lont. As they p'rotnptly rallied
vbent the sound 1f his voice rose like
clarion call above the dip of bat
lo, they ivill,now ral!ly wah enthnm
ninstic pi,rdo,r t'o the polls to enst their
VOtes f~or thte chief whoe so ofteon led
hemi to vietomy. S uich an ei
~husiasta will b Imtan':fosted for, him
nt old . Faiirficld, its has inot
boon seent hereo.sine, roconistruotion.
lie is also popular with all the~ colpr.
ad people '/i> hinojv himt. IIis unui
formi kindness and benevolence htave
gained their conidqnce, anid mony
will cast their ballots.foi' him.- Still
another poin, may be., adduced.
f(ershaw ount~y is debatable grQiund.
The colored people of the other
cohn,ties are infatuated withi Wal
lace. Korshaw is a new cunty
recently added to the district. The
colorzod votcrs kunw nothing of Wal.
lace. Gen. .Kersaw is the iiobt
available conservativo to carry the
colored vote of that county. This is
another very strong argument in fa.
vor of his candidatp;e.
)Volhavo sbowi,that Gen. Kershaw
is the lloab fiitti6g; and ., the. most
available candidate in thi's district.
Lot him be nominated in the Con
gressional- qonveution by, acolama
tion. If h1e intiIgurato a cayas, be
will by his portonul nsgnetis) uause
such a shaking up of the dry bones
of conservati.in, as is not now dream.
edt o f.. ,. ;
Throu oheci' for Korshaw and vie.
Tihe Charleston Sun of the 21st
iekos t$o fo.llowing question of the
State Prets. "Do you want Gen.
Kersha%t or -Juige .Green ? Speak
out like uell" In ri-yly. we bhall
give tIi6 '0ositGuti of the 'ihiniboro
N Lws. We 4a-ve as yet.otdy cotuit.
ted ourielsps 01ai 11si (/atibe)rlein, as
the biptount Vf thQ v.&rious Iings in
the 8tntu.. VO Will t.ow dqolare
whoui no wi:jh to sup)ort for Gover
nor. 4. A
Many,o'q our. fiiotids wish to give
Gen. i(uprshnw the gube(nnt-vrial
nominatioA. VO aglop with. them
that J * the , ablezt, Pad alVo
t!e moat available conservative iu the
State. Iut we pio:cr to placo .his
nanje at (lte head .f, our oultiune 'for
Congress .frota this. distri-t. 'Tio
uontorvatives have no voice :ih Con
gro.s. There is great probAbility of
their ability to cluot,a Cokgresanau
in this dintri.ot. Coigress is .the
field in vhic!i the battle between
nonitesty and rapacity mnus.t eventual
ly be fouGht. O,o able exponont
in Washinyton youlti.be a host in
himself. Uen. Lershaw is the tin
to chtampion our cause in the national
legillature'. 119 hins a iational repu.
tation. M'is high honor, strict. integ.
rity and gtrotn' ,qenso of justico to
all tci are u;.ivers.lly, ackuvwledg
ed. He command6 the respot of
ProAident Grant and of overy foeman
with whom Ie cros.d0 .his trusty
sword. Gen. Korshaw.would be of
all Inen in South CA, dIina tie mobt
fitting Congiciempn that %o could
find. When; then, uch a man is
iound in a district which can elect
'1in, w%hy shl1 ho nvE be our can
didat;l It would stc.n.thAt Fo, tuiie
ru'.ed that thy redit.;ls.hould add
Kershaw County to this htriot, in
irder that Gen. Kershaw might be
-h.ctod its representutiv.o.
Before I ho Idical hon,ination, we
expresied our regrotjtha wo had not
two Kerliaws, because vie believed
.hat. this gllant general would. he
.?alled to com.miand the conservative
forces agint th.e 'pliii' of dlishon
esty, and thus our pet schomu of run.
uing him for Con'gress would he frub
ta ate d. ,
Whleqj we boal .that Judge Greene
amghat be nuinated for Governor,
we were relb-ved, for we thought we
saw succesa f.r our schepte. And
nSow, io e would p,refer ,soa,io other
gu *crutural cntait.9 j.o Korshaw.
Not beo.1us.e the mantlo ,eould be
thrownt up-an miore worthy sho,ee
nut becau.-o L'unaresa is tlae peoper a
arena f.'r this houoi d Qarolihitg.
Tn'ie*e ate our rersozn for not wish
ing Gent. Korshiaw as. or nminee for
governor. \Ve have itever given
thorm fully bofore, because we intemt
dled, if the ;mi doriaty of our [Teopje
thoughat ditf1orouitly ft on us, to
acquieoe and join with them heartily.
We have this to say aboqt Judge
Groono. Ilad lie beeni nominated by
the regular Conventions we would
have accepted him. Now t.here is
some prob.ability of his r'eoeiving a
noin ation; at thp~ hands, of Irido
pendent Rtepublions. If we lind
that this party contains any elements
of strengthI, we shall.' unhesitatingly
advise ots -,rindLs to vote holi.dy for
Gr'een, a~ginst Chanmberlain.
Otir Stato union expressed the
opinion of the ConservativQ par-see
when it declared. that it wished an
honrest (1, adinistration irrespective of
paarty.. By ,the ra.pnoity of thte very
knaves of whomi Chamaberlain is the
figure head, the people have been
bro.ught go low thast;.hey cannet,
afford to carp for sentimnent and ab
stract theories. . Al they want.,now
is a governn>ent that will n'o. put its
hand into their, pockets and steal
theit-seanit entnings. .No Ene would.
more greatly rejoice thaq wo, to Soe
alhl our prioiplef emispdied in a
governor.such.as Korsh,aw or Porter
But shal) we refuse to aceept any..
tahing because we ean not get e:very,
th,ing Shall .we refusae t,eo have
honet Novernqr merely beause he is
a Republican ? This ,Nouild give the
lie to all our prist affirmations an d
give our oeemies some cause for the
assertion that this is a q'narrel be
wten the "oktp" and "ins", and that
>ur appo%ls (or ,protectioq against
.hiees brl. meqely the howls of
itungry politibiaos. .
And were ye to battle for abstract
principles, should we choose tha
'states rightb,0 platform of:Pemoora
>y, which would leave us to he morcy
jarpiesof-qndrcoritorafitel o need
Mederfil ntrA.eence i the direction of
oncsty. .A-s,far as abstrapt theories
o, we - might So-d the Republiban
Alatforh.- better suited to our purpos.:.
The qjv.l Rights bill is thrust
inder our poses by several of our.
outemporarids aid an eldrt is thak-i
ng td,briug it 11td prominence iu'
ia campaign. In the naie of coM..
mon.,.Neose, let that questioui iest.
We hitvo had civil rights in South
Darolina fpr yean; and any fresh
igitation.of the Mue'tkott would be
lisastrous to tho whole people.
is a side issue. Lat It rouain
Two.9igunents, or.ly, are Prought
galust our support of Judge Oleeno;
Irst, that he is a republican ; becond,
0hut he sai4 if he were in. Oongres4
bo,wuuld vote fo'r. 1he Qi*il rights
bill. The first objeotIon wo have
rnwered., .The sebon4 iq anwered,
also in the.yotp cast b1y. the ocpser..
vatives in the Legislature of 8outh
Carolina, instructing the Congress.
moo from this State to vote for the
bill. We.h1vo tfie,. civil.'i'ghts bill.
any,way, The alternattivo presented is
J rqeen.e, with Civil Ights and hon.
stV, or Chamberlain with Civil
[tights , and die onosty. Had we
Kershv Or any o her loiier.vative as
Governor, we would have Civil
Rights akfo, in full. oeration..
The declaration of ' J udgo Greenc
Lhat he would votl,for this bill, does
tartie us frii. Other
%rd far moro julpoxtant issues are at
5take, and for these we are battling.
Frou what we bear, Judge Greene,
if elected, will :oakR a fight f,r hon.
esty, and this satisfies us at present.
In this declaration we asume that
the independent Repul;o in partj
will develope btrength sufficient to
Aeot Grone with the aid of honest
nen of all classes. .f these show no
itrength,thei their co-operation vould
)e of no ayail. [n that case, we
might 0o40661 a straight out nomina.
ion. But the sions of the tiwe
are that Greene wil devolopo great
itrength. And ten or fiteen
housand republican vot.s with tht
onservative oupport will bring hinu
n victorious over Chiinbor)ain aud
is ring supporters, tvaded down as
I ey are, with plunder. ,.
Our answer to the Charlestoh Sun
a this. in the present aspect of af.
airs we are im fav0r Uf, iggo John
i'.'Gree9o for Goverin', 4hd Gen.
ro.ieph 13. Kershatw for Congress frome
lhe F"ourth district. An.l if we in
ako net, with thisconabinat ion, we
, a,6 . [COMMUNICATIao.]
Let me call your attention to the
act that in some respects ta little ..
onie.beh,.pppronchos nearer to the
unmn raco ,thani ap.y othe,r creature.
bouy,fiogrgih in all ilities, and ini
11 olimnates. Wherever the foot of
nian, is able,to tread, bees are hib
omanfionsul and:thecy servo hi9p dili
;ently. Does this .not ..hrgue that
hey ai'o iin sonie way .9eyential to
can, or to the exibtenoe o4 tuchdego.
aLien,ac lie needs.g A ga4a, .beeg like.
iiei, flouriiih only under g6ood govern
uent, and like m.40n )hey ata fond of
weot thiu. 1itdire t:brough her
lants and flowers prodinoes i1 abun
lance of uwoots for mian, .whuich can
e eolqeoo4 fok his uise, only, by the
>ee. It is a willjpg, active and
>refitable laborer and should there.
Fqro ecninand o.ur, highite ai)mira
tion. No other laborer works half
o cheaply, for it, boards itself and
~orkaj foa nothuing.. It 1will even
'urnii4h ;its ownl storibhodse in. a
oighbort,gg .tgee or roSk if,rotothing
e,tter be provided for it,, IN works
~ig it and day and falls a.martyr t.,
abor in a.shprt tjme., Sveh a. will
ing and ii.dstdods japorer should
bb encouraiged and( furrihed -with a
isamfor.table $tore ,..bouhp, w.hore it
nuay bo card efor-atd protected.froar
its eiiemies. .Sudhi a home 'i-s provi
:led for-in Mitobell's liuok.Eye Bee
Hlivo. Ihere you have a tra~p to catch
the moths; which are the greatest
3nemies to bee. With 'this hive
you bt iihipulato your bobs as
~reely as you can your poultry and
~ako aw;y surp}tns honey as easily as
s dih from -the poultry,'without
maseing a drop or;- disturbidig the
workors or their young prood.
Atentidli!I Fairfield $abre Club
- OU are hereby ordered -to assemble
..In Winnsboro on Thursday, 1st of
)eiober, at 2* o'olook, P'. Mf., for company
1il1. W. D. AIKEN, Pree't.
W,.J. HlaRnox, lit Warden,
AVING ongaged the servige' of Mr.
we aro now Brep*red to offer our friends
and OusIoUIVs the advantage of having
their Clothing out and made to order in
the mout approved style.
sept, 24 J. W. LAW & CO]
.fulV'nndrcomplete stoek dfF 1I,,
aud WIN Iim hool.D just rece 1( and
opeaing at. th, imnsboto Dry 6oods
Fanoy Ooois. A MiliuOry
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and MilliIery
departnents. Inspeoction 1-( the
Ladies soliulied. Pricc
as low as tho
lIa%o a full stock of Gemts, Boys. Ladies
and Cuildrt ii .-ts. i.-.i. t it,ers
and Rubber Sain dals.
.New and fr'slh supply of Choice Pai!Ily
Cbuice 5 and 10cent. Cigars, Try them.
Fresh C lectse, 'ake , Crackurs
mid (rish Potatoes.
\Y -.ock is too numerons to mention.
-I' C:Itn P. 1 alnost nth 1410inig yOU call fur
a11nd as.c hea 1) as the cheapost at
r 111E most pjopular, the most. Dti.abli-,
the bes Mehinc for Family Snwing,
and geioral work.
Ono of the above 'Machines on xhlibil ion
at the Store of Ma10ier & Brice.
I J. F. cMASTER1,
sept 17 Agent.
UST1 R0ceived 100 lbs. fina 0oshtn
eT Ilut lor. Also a choice lot of Fe'esh
Uroceries, donw4kting of 3 bhls. No..1
\lackerel 8 bils No. 2 Minckerel,.1"
iis No. I M ackerel,. 24 Kits No. . Ilih
Vanaily, I bl. Pigs f Ie , 'L 1 . Pick le:
rongues, 100 lbs. Driod Tonlghes.10) lbs.
Bologn.- Sausages. Also a choico lot of
31ugars Ititd Co-lees, Sprup and14 MA asses
f all gradej. Also a fino lot of resh
,aniel Goods, conas i 8t ing of Canned Sal
non, Iob!ters-, Mocl; Ttrtlo, Cori ai.d
)oUSicated Cocoanut, F .t led Iam. Turkey
itud Sni-dides.5 Also a fresh I oh of ck-c .
vrs andi Cates, 1 D.rten lI es of IIerk
mer Co. Chtoose-the finest ini town. Aliso
onstant.y org hehd U 7resh Flour r.nd
4eal, Blaccat. ndl Lard, antd a choice lot. of
JicEwans Scotch Ale, Liius>rs andm $egurs
,f the finest Grades, Puwder, Shut a,nd
John D). McCarley.
. . .- 1
1 Gatr lOad bolteud Me'al.
I1 ''W ester i Scdd
. I1 .
gins and(i T[i(s
D. R. FLENN1I EN.
uipt.26 . .'
D1.. MACAUL4AY & (0.
Cotton Buyers an1d Oommission Mor
II INNS1ORO(, 8. U., & CiIARLOTTE,N. u.
LlllERAL~ a'hnces mado on conisignm
.LJmne ofCotton- t.o be sold h,ere or ini
New York. Our offico in Charloilto above
thestoro of Rt. Ml. ,Miller & Honas. All
odnsignmonts will recive pr'ompt 1p0r
monal at tention, --
mantt. 2-1m u ACr,AU14r & O.
The State of South Car1,olina,
COUNTY OF FAInnFI..
'otr. of Conminoni P%as-8ulnion,s for
ielief--M ily K. l1iiihon, P1i"imiy,
agninst Thonnu W. Woodwtird, as Trun.
tvb, John K. Prrison, Eaio 11, wlar
rison, Luco It. IlIarison, Williani 0.
I1arrisou, EmLele A. ,lurrison, Jos. U.
jliarion, arali 1. Iarrisou, vefud
To THE, DF.xDAxrs: You are heieby
W1imotied and, 1cyemil 14) ianswer , i he
Mipitlainti inl Lliis atilon. which is Aied in
he lico of l id'Clu'k ol 'Omiwi P1lons,
or* lie said connli y, aril to meyvo a copy
of' vt- arilai Ce t o the j"Id -. n-"Mint
l i tie subiscr-ibtl at hi is olfice. Nos 7 and
). a iltakei .41.pet. lil.-lhi.o . ;o. Co.,
Otih. % vint) Aioj S argu l h 0rv ice itolf,
melu!I,'ve dif 1h16 d!1y of SnehA .< otic ; ati'd
11 yo fail 1. l3 . a wtns Iver lie 0 .cn-in1ii e w itt
he lini aloilk'i l, Mhe' 1-ifilit in this
tion will npply to the1(;(tlrl t'*I tho ic
ef:.dlemad- r i.re-1; lhi1,enanli n t lj:)t
iate I h .1i -.; ,, 17. .
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1'o the- N-Wblelnls, juhn K Ila1r!i'pn,
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IIIIll' 11 %rri n l \ ii -
v4n . .bit! ! . eIrr on 1 i dn.l Sara.b. ly .
'i he nomi'ce lihe nn.nmons in hik
Cl[ie. I h' h e 1or(Poing is a copy,
xas filed in I he qillic.' (if' hie ts-rk of- i he
.oi o .o n 11 it d'le:ls r Faitivid Coti .
y.in Oth nr1rtn'.1c4i't4:1.0, Onl ite 27h aIny
:T Atigm-, A. . 187-1.
JAlly.. . l.. R ,
'll ht lilt a -R'im)Ia Al'iledy fKr
ill .niliaents.iA Rium flifter-. N-,nuh4rge,i
,Vilih Fle 0,Il, at deadly e linenl , I-en,1.jjjk
note netive by lt, p,ingent a311ringelas
ivimh which it is Combinyd If r t, sto
wicb is we ak !tit p-tir liv- - vi-r I.owol
ivil Y N Glt 1lii ' k a y e tti
*ivorti. eat, s I r lig'itclma l. regul: t-- sa;e
mm A NT V %r I I A 3p tv . e.e;m
1icohml 1nd41 f(pable 't illf,i tt new il a:i.
II Rito o.1 ta tN);V, f ..."nIle ty--tem
A.>in- a t r n w l rei, a .wih t
irkll (,I I h:allpo a.5 4!!-ItA12 jll~tZ
t la o. Eitaii<hed i i. a , i 1:1t h 1 nanin
Ained the H Pi. U 'tilt i n i S b e oo hia .i.e.
Wilthil-rge oxfperience n l1 tnr. i d
aoili'ies, 11 e.4 S. Walker, -vinsa s t's.
VIel atrl I eIVI -1 . el au 4 ain I i pt a
f)ln of the tn eb lsena . I,iLk .\. T.
alt w.1a.- :h0yhb 'it ve jn ne qap4er ild ver
II'. val r'a - It h intmani o a r"moumc
hul ihe tve thI ae Mi4 -asont a- vlvey
-gely t .14) , their. st- ck of type lan
-V[er,a aIse t heirutmes of wai
memt e%ery ,-n :muss.
UHUT,BEINElD I CT & WA
CI1 .\1 R1. 1;:. 1'0N, -'. C,
301r 141to Ah .b Ia J delerCIS in gC443r-1
n nent, lll n,t well ,o vC toe. o tock of
),y Gloos, Cal!uhi. U.A C"tio b, satlings,
lc , at telowe- 'p ices fol orewih they
tinex the rlice.ofa feC S ni tiNle--Ctoicom,
Kio Gio OU., IiOng Cloths, fron 6 o
50c . sliown i l esltpi-l, extra heavy,
1o- 7 to a ic7I ., . : , I- , 12 e. n thp
v.tr.lq. Ca-' on--ref, fr,mn 40U. upwitr-41,
innelk Ntren :01to 490. I,alies'. .\Mis4et'
"d,l enw'.s 111"le, ; .5c., .S I . 1.5, '-,2.0oo per
1z. 111 l pW l S, S1141tp1gedt S, $1.'40 ver
OZ. 3:.d o 4veao h s'. and heir . I.
oge: iarb oi . e0. per a .o.
11-1 tipw:vd-s, Bilock jAd Coloved Alpitcnq
,in(d upwarcsi, Driess o.1i. wion 25o
hpUaradies' ril Ger'l-r Furnishing
k.jo-ls, Ilin iekieLqin-g dut d% Fancy Gauds
lib ote Nc ioa,&c., 1) o nt 1.5 to '1,5 per.
iea uhenpur han e6ewhm. fnnphs
..I n-A ,opder s ro nl. y -ille. A
Vtaalon tt.'dersti tro $li0 t )nnarset,
trilixpressC, liritiofgL cage A 1)ibrtea
conutie,Cot tor->lesale denorifc, toa
I iri.a,d . ae's Cllfaasoniafin
aril ti. ersttn~I glaie aa pumrelyt Vogablo
>reartiob, mado c)tgl2t idel frothe na
iv herbs is W<mnd on tec oetinge toy
hoSirato adae mountins of uilIlitr
lia,:the meiil prtopaortils eI ofwhc
tro-erjac iteds itI throfro 1 withou te usy
>tf~~ Achli ThoC ea vn quionis ittalo
leaias,d tIil What lis Cte lcs oft thel
tarn tg ite successtI of VINEA B~4 ~kI,
.hieoatui of ieae and ttih pa 111, tions ro-1
:over gas hist'heaith." 1111Te arel te great
Liatterfet Ronov0. a tock and 'Invi)arI
>f to tystomiea. laNoerstpl f in ath.
oa uitundeposeingA bthe remarkable
uliltion oftr toNEoA Rn ITT i healdtny - Shet
acl ok of r tdisas man li liei o. nThity
.rgen tl Purativo f sh wel Cas anio e