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R. MEANS DAVIS, FAitor
Wcincstlay llorning October 6, 1874.
For Cogroman th Con. District.
JOSEPH B. KERSHAW.
In 1872, Moses led the mases and
Tonlin.ou. the politicians. In 1874,
chailerlain leads the politicians,
but the inasocs have no love for him.
And the masses generally decide
Them UnilitilIf,rald IIeiles thle
idea of "civil rights" Jones and 0ov
Perry "lyiig in tle saime hd." This
is somewh:it novel. No such 1nbon
gruity t.ppears in tho stipporte' of
(haiiberlain. They are all tarred
Avith t he same stielt'.
Cor. losel ha, r(enovcd the inana.
gers f' election in1 Marlion County
l,knil alpin.611ted Chanibclalin m1ania
, vr.;. Tilh ap1point,inlont was mnadei
onl tle 19th, le.s than sLiyty days
belore the election, and is therefore
wott'is election catisod a geieral
nxolus of adventurors fron kltio to
Son It Carolinia. Chmniberlain's
nolnination is already bringing lank
hugry looking bummers froi Mas
sehlusc tts. "'TIo lIub" is doinq a
lively trade in carpet bags. Every
carpet. bagger who obtains an offito
cntt off the head i native re
The ro2tlar radicals endeavor to
expla1in the ('haImberlain fiasco in
Cha rliston. Ir they were disturbed
by (I)!V a foV druinlCen1 brawlers, why
did they not hold their mass meet
ing the next day, instead (if packing
their carpot lagi an-1 loaving at an
early hour next morning I They
did not peuk at Walterboro until
two days ifterwards.
The nomination of Kersh a w for
Congres is tho dath knoll of Wial.
.:10 whom -Jtudge l Mackey styled in
Wiinsboro the ot her (lay "that hoary
hietilod (old (estroyor of the pence."
Walla-1co is badly sared. He wont be
able to persuado Congresil to count
himl, in again is it has twice already
donie. Wallace has heldoflioce six years.
For four years he received $0o,ooo,
for two years. $12,000, and lie gra',..
bed $5,000 of tek pay. lie has thilus
Tad!, $37,000. This should gath.fy
- Too Thin.
Tho U'Dion I forald racotitly assert
rd that (hamberlain would defoat
Greene by drtin00 nn jorit y, while lie
ivoul I only defent Norshaiwi by '20,
9-00. V et the Uniion ieraild vies
wvithm the C:halstont,m Sun ini pressing
ho claims oh Kecrshaaw, and in en
iion voraig to deofe t thc 11 nmin at ion
of (h eeiio. Thiiis t rick of t lie organ
ls so thin that. as San Weller says,
'I. callIs it wienitiiation gossamer.''
Whetisn Within Wheels.
The radical party at present seems
to lie comnposed of whooels witin i
v.heltcs. TUhe fight inside the "regu
lar" lines is h'et wet it three rings,
caneh, if~ possilo I"'more corrupt than
thie othecrs."' We could not uinder.
standl thme nmntnve rs of the pyarty
unmt il wo- discovored ith(iis sol ution.
Noiw thli ttie for their internal
d issenioni itre as plin asi tl(ondaly.
Qui l I'ire, the Inamerited corros.
l'endent i ft lie News and Courier,
bhowedi that there were thlireo rings
in tic part y, each I al,orinug for its
own end. TIhero was the coniversion
bond;riing, betided by .liemlie, l'ai her
iand othear cogruptioenists who viewed
many ofthese5 b ands. Sonator D)unn
was chiargedl w ith be longing to (this
ritig but hitterily deinios it. Ile was
believed by Qui Vive, to be about
th(le only hoe't republican in the
Senate. Then there was the Blue
Ridge Scrip ri 'g, hecaded by Patter
soni, who owns 00tA,00t) worth of
6crip, lI, 1. W'em-Iy of New York
who li ol~dds '$1I,20t0,00t0 ohf th same
anrd oithleris. The thlir d rinrg was coml
posedl jof the F"raukyl oses rag-tag
and- bobtail crowed, who held
noum berless fraunintilu pay certifientos
Now thie.e precious rascals know thatt
the state urill bear only a certain
?:ate orm taxaition, and beyond tha
they dire uot go. TPheso troo fraudm
eai i'~a aI be suidI ed iuponi us. Thle ir
adh<u'tnts he!Litvaed thtt one could
ho t'"reedl thu,ong;t the legislaturo if
the other two were killed. ILeoh ring
wa:s I hotn-fote fighttitog fotr itself, while
I ittca !y hocsti!e (3 > ha ec'lirn of thie
Wo hivo i', en hight radical miu
thori v, ithat, theSe rings bt ill exist
r tactics assume.
This fact is bork-oboratdll by the
case of the Chamberlain Organ (the
Union-Herald) vs. U. P Leslie;
Fjeslie is an anointed villain, as un
savory in the nostrils of honest men
as two thirs-r of dhamberlain'a other
Ie snuffed the oirrion in the bree e
and swooped down upon Iarnwell
County, announcing himself as a
candidato to the Lehislatura. Fdd
ing that "Chamborlain -and riform"
was the cry of all the other notorious
villains in the State, he joined in it
with the greatesi vehemence. lie
attendod the bonvention and cast his
vote for Chamberlain and reform.
In roturn for the service Chamt.orlain
was ungrateful. lij paid organ do
nounced Leslie in unmeasured terms.
But Leslie is not to be bafiled, when
fr-audulent bt.n-l are at stako. Ile
sits upon the shoulders of Chamber
lain like Sinbad's mai of the Sea.
Tho more i he denounced, the more
lustily ho orows for Chaimbarlain and
roormn. No amount of wriggling can
shako hini off.
But why does Chathborlain so do- d
sort one of his seventy two unbought
supporters ? Because Leslie runs tho t
conversion bond ring, and Patterson,
who bought Chamberlain's nonina.
tioll, pon for the Validation of the
sorip. This is the best of reasons.
With Leslio in the Legislature, Pat
torsons chances are had ; Ergo,
Chamberlain repudiates Leslie as an
unclean thing. The ways of radical
im are.dark. We trust that al
thor triukt will bo vain. I
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The Greenville News atil our Polidy.
The Greenville News is one of our
most welcome exchanges. Althuugh 0
still in its infancy, it nevertheless 2
exhitits remarkable vigor. It is one
of the few paper outside of Charlotto
and Columtia which appreciates the
nece.sity of rousing our people from ,
their crim'nal apathy in regard to ,
polities. Ats loaders are spicy and
e itertaining, and if we sometimes
differ with the position it assum,-',
we 6 n appreciate the force of its ar
The News has differed widely from
us Itpoh the question of supporting
Judge Greene for Governor It con
siders the civil rights bill a vital issue
and believes that the conservatives
should repudiatoGroeno because of his
position in regard to, this question,
and that the gallant Kershaw should
he made our standnrd hearer in the
contest ngaivpt Chamberlain's ring
thieves. In a roceat editorial head.
ed "Our Policy," we advocated the
endorsement of Groan for governor,
oulely upon the brold issue of honest
government, and expressed our
preferen~ce for Kershaw for Congress.
Our contemporary takes issue with
11s in the following editorial which
"Our contompotary ?1he WVinnsboro
News, in defining its position in re
'gard to the choice of a candidate for
governor, says, "the alternative pro
neuted is Greene, with civil rights
and honesty, or Chamnberlain with
civil rights and d ishonmostyv."
We do not think our contempotary
would have made this rash ass rtion
had the facet boon borne in mind that
legislation upon thme subject of civil
rigtets l,f Sonth Carolinla as a State,
is quite a different thing from legis
lation by congress upon civil rights.
In the formner case the legislature
may perform a constitutional funotion.
It is an assertion of the right of local
self govornment. But whe.n congress
ossays to legislate upon civil rights,
it overste ps its-,eonstitutional bounds,
is guilty of exercising a centralizing
powewr, and naurps lie functions of
the state legislature.
.hawvs enforcing civil uights have
ern passed by the legislatunrc of
South Carolina, ,andl are now of force
in thme State. Againht these laws
South Carolinians take no issue.
But do South Carolinians wish to
have similar la#~s forced upon the
people of' other States against their
will ; States too, both io-rfhetn and
southern, that are in full sympathy
with South Carolina conservat ism 1
Such a spirit is akin to that of the
f.ox, whose tail having been out off in
a trap, was zealous that his neighbors
should submit to the amputation of
their candal appendages, out of rcs
poet to himself,''
We agree that Congress may have
no constitutional authority to pass
this b'ill; and we b'elieve that its pas
sage would result disastrouly to both
races. We do not wish other states
of the South to be interfered with,
and for that rease)) would deplore
the passage of the bill. But, when
we consider the qftostion in this light;
we step beyond the State and enter
into national politics. Na;ional
politics shouldl not enter into local
olcionK. It matters n.ot wihat con
victions Ju-dge firoen may hold, as
to national issuesjg provided lie does
not en'er into the natiiomal arena.
As governor of South Carolina, he
will exert no influence whatever in
Congress. During his whole term as1
1e will not be called upon to pass
Oudgmnt on divil rights. As Judge
ie Inay be compelled to abume a
loolded politidn. Lot our contempo
-ary then assist us in making Greene
xovernorg.whore his "heresy" will not
)e inade prominent.
Were Judge Greene a candidate
or Congress, the arguionth of the
xreonvillo News would apply with
;reat force. But as wo do nt pro.
>p'ie to send him to W anhington, his
>rofessions of what lie would do if
io were in Congroess have no weight
Let our contempotary aid us ih
lebtir.g a governor wh. is honest,
lad thou exert itself, if it wishes, to I
lect a congressmian, who will oppose
he civil rights bill.
Above -ll things let us I Ive it.
iarmony. To dissension in our own
ank's may be attribut:d many of our
ast disastors .bt tbd entire honest,
ingagglad, unbought press of the
itate agree to move Ia concert
traight against the Chamberl-in
'atterson-ring swindlors organisa.
ion, adopting the plan of battle laid
'own- by the peoplels convention
rhich meets in October, 5hould
hat Convontion in its wil.dIm adopt
ome other progranimb than the one
roposed by us, we will lay aside
ersonal preference and follow
Ian adbpted and labol- earnestly for
And vo belieie our patriotic con
emporary will adopt the samiceourse.
Ve have one common end in view,
he election of an honest governor,
nd the complete and final overthrow
,f the carpet bag ring conspiracy the
gainst the property and libertiei of
-11 hont)st cititens of South Carolina.
L Card fom the Prdprietor of th j Pho,ix.
When the indepen-lent In ivoment
ras first inaugurated, it had no
varmor supporter than the Columbia
onix. That paper contained sev
ral able and manly articles in oppo.
ition to tho ring nomineei Chamber
ain. But recently it has been as
onm about the motement as if it in
erested only the people of Patagobia
rho News nhd .Couior on Friday
ast mentioned thdt tt distrersing
rumor had reached Charleston to the
affect that the Phoofix, which claim.,,
o be the central organ of the conser
vativos, had sold out to Chamberliu.
[t called upon the Phcotjix to deny
bhe charge. That paper, in its issue
>f the 29th, contains the following
-atd from Mr. J. A. Selby, the pro.
prietor of the Pbcotix. We insert t
or the benefit of our readers
To The Public.
The Charleston News and Courier
nentions an unjust 'rumuor in regard
~o changes in the political course of
the PA cnix, whoih, it says, it would
not have hetened to, but for the al.
eone, for the lsas two dlays, of tI.e
issal bvigorous editorials'" in oppo
~ion to Mr. Chamrbov,lzin. WVe wod
:iot presume to teach, but muist re
mind the Ne ws and Courier how little
v'alue should bo acoredited to rumor,
3vonl withs such cotfirmati1n as it
thinkca it findie in this particail ar onei.
We ofreltes heart nmany, somue evbn
loncerniing our contemipora ry, bu*.
weocharit.ably disregard all that are
circula'ted .withi injurious initeret. So
much for this rfiuor in its defamatory
It is true, and wo state it canndidly,
that no are not incined to pu'ruo bl'r.
Chiamberlain furth-er With any special
severity. Toc the mlomtnt of his
noimiation did since, until within
ihree or four days, we opp< eo. it by
every argumniut, con,iiera,tion ft.d
ra t in our power to use. We were
as darly as t he News anvd Courier ini
uis work, amnd proscouted it as vigo.
rously wishin (vuf rphere, as long ase
it appearod to he' a duity to do so.
T'his is fresh in the kniowledgc of the
lountry, and we need niot reeall it
with am'y greater minr(tenoa. lBut
tapon refetiovn and examiination of
the field, afier the nomination, we
became convihiced thiat fartlrer oppo
eition was fruitle.=s. It appeared to
is that then effortR of the miinory of
the Republican Counvent ion to roun an
>pppoung ecandrdate must result in
ailu're.- We resofrved , the reforo, to
nioderatE the expro-sioni of our oppo
itioni to air. Chambeorlain, ana to
mold the balanceoeven betweon him,
Judge Gr,eeni, or any mfher opponent
Lao miay encounter ini his o*fr party,
Ioing justice to ali, and giving to all,
uill and free vo.ice in the col
irmns of the Pumonix,- within the
inmits of just -and fair discussion.
[Phat's our position, anid we I ope it
nay be satisfactory to all inqlu ring
A usord more. We have difl'ered
rith several of our friends in arriv
og at this decision. It has cost urs
>ain to find ourselvoa at comiplete
rariande with the gentleman who,
or the l'as' t (o ydara has conducd,
or polition-1- eolumns. le is strong..
y of the opi~nron that we should take
ap &nd continue to champion the
manse of the Independent Repdlbli.
ans. lIe believes both in itfs justiceo
nd in their power, with Consorea
ivo support, to make it successful ;
nd he thinks the defeat of Alr. Chain- I
>erlain would break the back-bono
3outh Carolina. le Is, therefore, in
Id wAy reapdaiblo fbr the more
noderate course wbiob Wre prop6se to
pursue, viz : that df Ab arnied mou.
irality iu the pending political oon
est. To the undeksigned alone will
>elong the praise or the blame,
rhichover it utay prove to be, and
be entire responsibility for the atti.
ude of the Pil'(:Ntk, whIcbh lie heroby
innounoces that it has taken.
ditor avd Proprietor of the PitwNox.
Our reade-s may draw their own
ionolusion; as to the course pursued.
>y Mr. Selby. We regret ext remely
to see the polly of the l'h13nik thus
lofined. We believe it to be disas.
rous in the extreme, and to tend to
urther ruin to our State. The PhoD.
iix has not the coi.fidence of all
itisens. Soveral editors a t
lifforent times did y e o m n n
vcrk in behalf of the people, but
hy resigned in the midst of their sue
esq, Cdl.J. I'. Thomas resigned, be.
Ause he said lie wDs not permitted to
lonounce the Blun lidge friudst The
amented W. II. McCv* also resigned
t the tnio he was rapidly building
Lp the Piwonix. Now, at the Critical
nomnit of the canvatis, thb Phd4nix
>roolaimns "armed neutrality" and
iolds the balance 6enly betwobn
haubdilain, (whose rop-tation i3
1ulliod. by a suspicious iecord, batk
d as he is by the combined forces of
lemagogues and swindlers), and
Judge Greene or any ionost roptbli
an. We do not wish'to impugn the
notives of Mr. Selby, but we consid.
r it a pub'id calauity that the only
o-callod conservative paper at the
oapital, is neutral at the present
imo. Wo udmiro the coursolpuraued
y C. P. Pelham, 111q., editor of the
'.aix. With him we believe tl,e
ndepondent movemtent should be
It tho masses prefer the prosent
ourso of the 1l-.enix, we have noth .
ng to say. If they aro dissati3fied,
et them establish an organ in Co
uwbia, which will proclaim eternal
t stility to the robber bat,ds now
lundering our poopie. The honet
itizens of South Carolina caunot af
ord to Pay for lessons in "armed
eutrality" at this time.
We regret cxtremely to speak thus
f the Pbcouix. It has ever been a
'alued exohange. But we are con
trr.ined to affirm that in our humble
pinion, the posit ion' assumed by the
'hoaiix is disastrous to itself and to
hose who folibw its counsela.
CMr. MdMtor . comIMUNICATED.]
As it is more than probable that
ve shall have.a, full turn out on the
irst Monday in October, I would
like to inake the inquiry, how it is
,bat th.e whi'e people of F'airleld
sannot have, tbo uso of the Court,
[louse for assembling together, when
,hie republican party, and more en
,cialIly A, 8. WVal lace, their candi
late, can seire the aime, for the
sApecid lbens fit of a disorderly crew
f blatant politician-r. Is it bay the
~diet of "the K.>wrt 1' It eoirainly
5not securedl by the speciarl favor of
he Clerk of GJeneral Ses:.ionis, whoma
L elieve wvould make no suoh spec1i
histinctions, Let us know then,, in
your nextt issue, and before the meet
ing, if yoti donn, why a peaceable,
ardorly and ro pectful organization
of white eitizens cannot assemnble to.
etheor in a building erected by-their
ituds for thme gueersl go.>d of t,he
whole Counity. The Court [Houso is
r pubhlid~ bui lding and the Ta1x Unions
f tho Co'unty linto na much ri ht to
us=o it fbir purblio assenmblids as the
republi6an pa'rty, ahthougli they ex
oe'u us in numrber.s, tivoy do not in
taxation,- which bis ufp and sos
tains all our public build ings. We
are contendinig for eg'ual I.'C not
aivil) rights, and we as.k no more.
TPLLf asle ep in I eegas, i n ih i*th i sf
.1 ept ember. P1 iI Ibl e. A I.Ti ON,
bonoc r a o laze oiO. W .\f. .1. XI,; PUN. of
F'airfield; need I wellif yeari
Yoeu.es inK a it e andi afTeou ion'ai
'tisposit ior, he endeared hiiimself toa all
who knew hizi4 :but hsis remssoval, junt g'o
lhe verge of s ul manhood, is p'ecutliariy hfllit.
ing io hiss-ster nnd brot so n.
Al ihouigh' So youing, Ih'o snmmonin dame
aot too r.oon to i is, for heo hads verified
she pruoriso of the tsord tha:t he who seeks
lIitm gArIy shah findl filim, lie united
vit h ieo M. E. Ufsn'rch wheni a boy andi
ever fed.*a Co'nsistent, tiTrrisstian firfe.
We sorrow adt as' tho'se witi lont hope,
Ear '.Procious in thie eiglit, of the ?sord
is th'e dentiv of hig saints..'
W'axystron , 8 C.
I have heed' reporte(I tS (h4 'lfon
joinneil of Win'nsboro as having hong'h t
70t ton in the Pse(J. I empdantically deny
iaving ever beo'ght seed cottoh, and Vould
iot do it u'nder any cireumistances.I
in:to bo'ne as good eharactor sincoe I
aie be'en in Winneboro as anybody, and
an prove it if' necessary. 1 pronounce
lie parfy starting this report a mnalieieus
OctOf P .1 JNTiTS.
State ooflSouth rolina,
COUNTY Of FAIRFINI, D.
Dourt of tommin Pleas-Copy Summon
David II..Cork, Plaikatit, ag hi not Adair
To the Defendant':-You are hereby sumn
u1oned and required to answer the com,
plait in Ihis notion, which is filed iii t
>flico of lite Clerk of Commou Pleas, foi
ha said tdounty, and to serfe a copy o
four answer to the said complaint ou t hI
gubsorih'.r at his office. Nos. 7 and 9l
Ilarket Street, Winnsboro, 8. C., with ir
twenty days after the mervide hereor, ex
)lusive of the day of such service ; and it
eon fail to answer tihe complaint, withii
he time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ao
ion will apply to the Court for the relie
lernituded in the comnpluint. D ted li
Mcober, 1874. .IA-4. n. IoN,
To the DeeW4 ',44 :-Take notice that th
ummmoiis in this act ion was filed in tlh
ffice of the Clerk of the Court of Common
'leas at % innsboro in tha County aud
itate aforesmid on the let doty of October,
1874. JAS. iI. iON,
Ist, of Oct. 1874. Plaintilf's Attorney.
NotWe~ to Wepablicnsl.
N accordance with tho rtles issued by
the State Central otmintiice, I here
)y istie my call for the County Convetn
ino. 'or 1116 purpior e of' nonimtink t h'e
tepr sefitatiliem to tene'al Asi-embly
1h1ree Coltity t.otfitulssioners, Omnt'Judgc
P'robitte, tmd on(c. School t omnmittsionier
o be holden At Wintnhoro Court lliuie oV
?ridag betober the 16th, 1974, ht II
olntk A. M1
111Iimft il liftelhis n?'e otiedt 6 6i1a
helt tepective ecnvetiflons on Satirdty
lie 10tis October 18'1, at, iI b'clock A
UI. or as nearly as prinitablu tmio isla
-litce of voitig. At Which convention,
recincet Chairnien Sihall firat. be olected
ind inmme,llatily theretfler Delegites t
,ounty Convention shall be elected.
I would ilso cill gereral attention to 1le
hot that no delegaion will bo considered
inles their credentials are signed by
lie chairman of the precinct from which
hey come. Chniraien must obtain tlib
ervices of competent Secretaies.
Time Chairmen of precinis am
ecognized by the County Ch sirouma.i will be
mmed below with th apportionment of
Irecin'it. Delegates. Chairman.
Vininsboro. 18 John ) Smart.
tonticello. II Isao Miller.
(idgeway. 10 Nmlvort Marshal.
'casieivil.l 7 George Jones.
ongtmesville. Jim Williams.
loreb. Sam -impimn.
Hvaddon's Gro Curier Bouty.
)oko. 4 Joe ]look
inkenpville. 8 Dnve 14criven.
Lillimswirtlnn F. Mille.ingqwdrii.
Totoal, 78 .arIhaM
otl-t2x2 Chir. Fairfield Cotinty.
R W it Phillip.e
DU LER IN U*R.Nl TURE
F Till Vet. Jjoeqt qmI it ~ f l 'njl4rH.
0l.111114 nnm i ld ii-Imi.g il"floolll. For
legign and %vorkinuttmil. 6 N LQU.%T,Ll;D!
otfer tmit prices thl 11efY coumpt-Wimt
MADRI oflirti wood. lnd orranted f
It 1-tImox2m Cinr.m Fairetd Ctount. e
DeptTol.ETvery bres quealip. rnlr
I hami1-r and plini-,g flooms. ?ap
[ on'e. nt pricsi hatdey c~ompelip
give etire Watisfaokot1 Pkets no nt
Erqt.Ue econrtny edbn t
Fes,'Rn buy nhetrepoircan buy the'
ItBh beto ite Umadrkt,m witou Pe
mepi. vTem are caha.Iacupnl
bonta. O afrrcest aei6cn64 dope
'F thy o manftiur Wainna~
FUNIiTUR-M m E . nealeairedon Alainomet
nie Pris. Pi' rlmmaV fraosmder as orer
GtVc N Jo hthe I Undermotakm e h Dp a
moJ.iaiii6 kearanh,n It fiurrilm ispply
\lemtialo t'ae and Wo,ird mollinsof mu
mrne finiit. Aot ntjcanti' propiprvo a ccend
oefy teurm anere nh oth pad upin pl
hoor tha shmborrt: tleioets Nnk 7 am
iThe tte ay fteroutli Car?olfuer
Cxlm~ o r the (la or sun rvice , am
00If o' falo m.o e's-~Ito umornkl s wit
te lflieta.\lai the p1mrion Plaftin ti
n'ginswil Thoply W.im owrd,o na Tru
le e,.iod n iaris om,laini6 t. a
rillia, 0ui lai.mn Hati A. Ilan
so,arris Es0.l I . Ia rrison, Sa,ah
eTo -ritwhD'c. P,Nm)' Wfs oreongi ar herp
smmoed nd eiini re toe anler ofh
tholic' ofComhe Cleask for Firfiel Comm
for i the afd oe'n' t, n there a7t d'
of yuraint wer to 1874. dconpn
9, Maret steet. i'nn ff. 80. ,
witn t nydy f rih ehehr
W now offer for Ihe insjecli n of
thIt Pub lin. our. FA L, and W IN'I J R
STOCK of goods. unstorpas.od
in variety, 4iiality and
price b y any itock
t o I h is
White and drey Blan k&it, d, id, 1 1 and 12
Crib and C-Adle Ilinkets, Whice, Red and
80 Pieces Bballe-l Iloiespun, a'l grades,
5 Bales Bro*n ani Sia, 4atid Homeqpun.
I HalO checl ke ilipuin.
Bed Tickingi anl Cotn ilannuols of all
50 Pieces Wool Jeano it very low.prices.
A hen tIifull line of
. . nd Tlowelin
Oluves of 'Rll
Vbo'd aisnTimept of slitionery and
Ndtiuni in great v.tric .,
-ine nahrt hlbbil or,
Mells, Boys, Toi1 3 jril chIld ren .A
rcndy made Cloihing.
ShiNs andi Crnvnts.
I,mIdies, Cenitd iien d Misseq
LARGE ASSORTMENT OiF
('rookery anl glass wre, Sigxr, Coffee.
Tens, koaps Cnnales &.
Special niflenlion is called otiour stock of
Which hive beetn !elec ed with care, and
giaranteea to pleIase. We oniv
enun.erate a few leadifig lines.
Oursteek iq cmplete in all oilier de.
parltnents. n di s'ewn with pleasure
and pricea unsirpitastLd.
Withers & DWight.
Wh6i-a Yor can jet Goods
Cheaper than were
CO'2 NO R,C. 'NE1.-C.
n, sept 10tn
n-- - ---- -
a o in Vaoie
' an, ' generl~( work. ni t otina
by Oiins of heairfil ainchiester fribton
at,dho So oMCMaste &NI Br. C.
J.J.tm c~ leih fo.Mcm i SoTinR ,
- epat. 17 Ag...
The lai-noom ll1nedy for
IlI ailmntiiis Is Ruin Bitters, surcharged
vith P8uel Oil, adeadly eloen, rendered
vre tctivo by the pangen attinget
Iith which it IS 00o1u61int r your lite,
inuch is weak nind yetr i ver or bowels
liqordored, strengthel) all .eguInte theni
with VI'OAnt I'lrrt>.PS, a purely VCOITA
imv.- A G,TRATVIii. and A rV-lNT1,ftee frotn
tlooho1 and capabile of infuning 4i9W villili.
into yonr exhatsted.hyIdi
DlAHLIEWTON TO TIIE FItONT.
A ming oiir new -i0rlselie s, is tlii
)f oi of' the 6indtt eAtibli.-iment1 iil
1t iito H,14hbi-thied in' I12, it hini; minin
.-ned the fivrt. pt0d in i a lit e Sf bi inepd
Nith large experi0iIdb and unsurpassed;
'acilitiest Nirs. -Walkyr. Evans & Cogs.
voll are preparert to ;istIin the reputa.
ion of licit-i e.-thishient. b,ike A. TI
4tewvrt..- llQy -lkevo.in tiewspaper ndver
i.-;ing', and :ake 0 it-iricali , in iin oltine
lint they hav. t,hig. genjon nuiltid very
argoly - to . t iIr .st,ac o. type n
itachliinlry. Anq are better prepared t ha it
tver to pleI I helir rstoiers: W wi ih
h . everiy success.
PUKI110TT, BENEDICT & UP
C 1l A R LEs rN, S. C.
)Jer to t- pibhio an'] deters in genornt
n ilmme iso and. well selecteed hitck ot
)ry Go 11, Olarpe6, Oil ClohIs, M1nttings,
r , at tie lowe4t pri3ces. Herowit.h they
inn1ex t iho pricesof 6ia few rtiolo;-Un,icon
roin fio loc., Lotig Cloths, from 6 to
50 . Bro1-0d6 llog1e10punA, extra heavy a
vrm 7 to 108., . Je:m.ns, fronp 12je. n p.
r,tr,lq. Oa:aii--req, rron 40o. upwards,
'I-iiiies. froni 20 to 40c. idies', Mis.es'
'1,( lent's Ilpse.' 75c.. $1. 16, $2.00 per
oz. ait oipaiitr is,, Soipenlrs. $1 .40 1 er
-1. 1nd S ,,warl.. [hLdies' and Genta
.det. llandkerchiefs, fr-mn 60o. per doz.
di -apiy-trd 4. Ilitk and Uplored A Ipnoa,
)0. 1111l uipwA-1l.4, Dra Gools. fraii 25o
nwlrds. ( lies'and-tentt' Fii-nishin
km k. llmn.aq.keepijngy Goods, Fpnuey (3 inas
til-oiun. Nonioa<, &o., fro,i,.15 to ':6 per
.-It. chO-npt4 0h1i else where. *-nitp!aj
pill. an to.1 11r-4i" .s p. vn.mo 11y filled. All
ernil.nrd .rs I 1ni .0 t0n thwrdp. 0p- nt,
,r H-!re- iirel o ' ilinrge- A libvrai
i4couit to wholesiie denl-ka.
bri J. Walker's California Tin.
Dgar Bitters are a putely Vegotable
preparation, niado chiolly from tbo na-;
Live ferbs found on the lower rankes of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor-'
nia, the m1oMlicinal- properties of which
aro extracted therefrom without th'o use
if Alcohol. The question is almost
daily aked, "What is the cause of the
uiparalleled success of VIN nAR -BIT
rits f" Our answer is, that they remove'
tLho caiur.o of disease, andi the Ifatient ro
pove;s his .hcalth. They are the great
blood- pur-ifi5r aid a life.-giviig.principle,:
i. perfect Redvator and. Invigorator
of tid"Ayto.'-Novo befor"in the
history of th *otld. hasi' a-tbbdieino beent
bompotinded . iosassitg.. the . reinarkaplo
qudltie of. VticsoAapIjjTTRs inbealing the
mick of bvery. diged6 inah is hdir to. They
air1 a gentle Purativo'.as well he a .Tiio,,
ralioving Congention or Inflamiation of
the LiVir Mnd Visceral- Organs, in Bilious
'Pil N6perdies of Du. WALX
INYGAti iTTirns are Aperient. Diaphorotie
Carminattive, N,,iitritious, Lhxati6o, Diuretic(
tive, and Anti-Bilious:
.A. ...&&NAL CO.,
Duistt and-Gerjggi.. Scof ijr oo. California,
rnid cor. of Washhictond Chkrn Sta.. H. Y.
Sold by'aU Druggists and Dealere.
TO THE IUBG.
LA V INQ purc1'l n Ihb' iock nn
lix intnres.' of Ii Sugenheimcr nd Vo , 1 nmt
no0w prepc.ied to otfer to the pmkhlic a first.
'oiasa. har aind r(-esinurl,nt. Thie finest.
'w ire r , I.iin arsegjinra && b.;vit b6 kcept.
niotantly ,.on hiand. . 'saliformnin .$egnrs'
cmde. i-s'pecialfy. A hilliard and. a baga
ell, tauble nrce attached to the bar, where'
lie 14o1irs of tit Pane cati speiid a pleae..
ni .hoe I respectfully ask the8 ,nblic
.o give ie a ca I,
'oi I-1m - .O ROflCiEL.
Troniin the Blood
NAKES THE WEAK ~TiiONGd
Thes Peruviani$u i a Ertect
4clSolutionb f the Ioto:wide of.
Iron, is so combined. Ge tob aw-d
thae character of an aUmuent, as
easuy. digested and asiateA
witJi th6 blood ad the simplees
food..- It incase he meantt,
oJp Nature's ,Own.Palin
89 o Theen
W litasIzed blo. per
Yneate.everyL.Vart of the body
epairitsg dama gee and wae-e
ieachtt pit norbid eeere
Thie 66It s(ecereA of Ahe.4ven.
4erful euccese of thi.remedy 4its
cusring D)yspepist$j Liver Comn
pla1ntl. Dropsy, Chronic klaz
CJhills and . evoes J3iiiiorsj
Loss 'of CostitutioWat1 Vigor/
DIfseases of the Ridnols. and
Blladderj Female COompledtnia.
and all diseases o,riuftysting it''
14 bad state of thte bloods or ac-.
compatied by debilit b40 logo
state ofh es etem.., Jloing frea'
from Alcoho in any~ fQrm, itd
1nergizing .j'ceapnot .fol
life into allVparte of the systems
agnd building esp an, Iron Con-.
Thoussands have been changei
bztlthe s48of this remed y, froin
weak, sicly, su'erinr, crea-.
tures, to strong, healthy, an<i
happy men and wometr; anct
invalids cannot reasonabiy hes.m
6tate to givo il a trial.
See that ea,ch bottle hac P ERU.
VIAN SYRUP blownin the glgaed
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Pfopfletofs;~