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Vot. X.] WINNSBORO, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNINi OCTOBER 14,184. [NO. 21
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St. Louis Eepublican.)
The grand column mde of- t,h
Au--trian guns of Au,terli(s: agai
-statfd ercot and at its full height
Th the Place Vendome 'of Paris. It
was an unlocky thougbt of the man
,of Sedan when e tok tron6 iRe
'sumwit the iron eigy of the lsttie
Corporal aud replaced him by hi
other self in the toga of the Ctssars
The Brienne lia gr6y riding-col
and high boots repreasehtbd the mili
tary power of the nation-, Tht Int:
rel wreath and sandalt ot the ho.
man illustrated the iwperial code
I was one of the great mistakes ol
the last Napoleon's lif3*to hAve WTh'v
this change, for the most decided
imperialists preferred to woe the
-Napoleon of their old idolaly, as
fhe was to be remembered at the
bridge of Arcola. When, however,
the cra8h cameo, and the coMmuniSti
turned their vengeful hands upon
hll that illustrated imperialism, tho
*olunura of Vendo.me did not escape
their fury. It fell bravely and with
dignity, as Ctsar fell in the capitoli
'with Caesa:'s head pillowed on tht
boulevard, and the mtagnifleent
shaft, wrecked and 7iven, lying on a
bed of manure in the Rue do la
It has just beeh rebUilt. Tts bro.
ken parts have beon wolleoted, and
what was misbing hat been recast.
INothing is wanting to make it what
it was before but a head. The stat.
\be of Napoleon is not there, not
does it seem probable that the
Parisians will soon determine whal
-sall b'e placed there. It was con
6tructed as a monument of glory,
Which should reflect the sun of Aus
terli.v. The external spiral abafi
illutratee'd the Inemo able battlef
,of N;poleon in relief. la e-aglet
of Bonaparte stood guard at tht ooV.
i*rs of thb bube. One 'd his old
hiousthoheb who had followed him
through the Peninsula and left hi
fortunes only after that fatal bhargt
at Quatte Bras-one df these evet3
Oay stood sentry by the eOtran'e,
Prom the bMse tothe rosette in tht
little cooked hat of the statub on the
hunimit of the bolumn, it *as Napo
loon all. Now they are deliberating
as to Whit they shall put up there
those volatile P'arigiahs. France ii
a republic. France Is split Up int<
half a dozen factions. All but th
Bonapartists declare thtt the Napd
ibohists hav ruined Franbe. Ti
lrect a stattie of the first Napolibi:
would be to proclaim that Bondpaft
ism dse-vas well of #france. It Is I
erious bitlah It would alho be i
great pint gained for thdse who af
blainuldg the throne of Franbo to
Napoleon ir who is now learnin
to be a soldier in the land of thei
old enibmiosag the lNnglish a Atid i
thei dolitati of Vendbme stands wIi
out a head, but wheti that la put di
in -pite of all retnotistranties, we ma
safely proaphesy that It will b6e
Napolebn the Groat In the .litti
cocked hat atid grey coat that all Lb
'world knows so welL
tFhe loulslana Probiib
NtiA Ohi.Earms, September 4.
TVhe election of delegates to th
.Democratic Parish Convention ye.
terday was Every goxoitin1g; atnd th
udiididatel itere very numeroti
The a truggt' *as bitter ani -1 ah
ambitious leaders were left ott
There were a few fights alnd tht
White Leaguers carried Aovera
wards, T'he eonvention meets o
Mondsj, in the registration in thi
ei6y the Democrats are largely I
excss, witild in the country the I(e
publicans lead. The togistratio
returns fronm aetentech pariahes haf
not yet been reeeIved.
No, Repnblican Party In Georgia.
It is not wofth while to close on
eyes to tho' real corndition of affair
in Georgia. Tile whi te ropublir an
are leaving tho' pafty there li-ke tat
getting out of a hbuning barn.- The
democrats will h'ave eterythina
pretty much their own w&y in Novecn
boy. The negroes, left withon
white leftderP, will be na shee.p beref
of bell wethers. TIhey will be scat
tored ad 'tverthrown, and thoil
party wrecked. 16 can almost b
saidl to-day that there is no republi
can party in Georgia.
Nort,h Carolina what thifty eetto
rpen thousand eight huandred an
forty-th roe acres of land In Mario
County have beodt forfoited to th
WASHINGTON, Oct. ,.-fi;' Wash
ington National Republican of t&day
in so editorial on the Chattan6oga
Convention, say% : "The Republi
cans of the Aouthern States seem de
termined to hold a Convention in
Chattanooga this month. If one may
judge from the newspaper paragraphs
afloat upon the subject, and from the
expression of individual sentiment as
it comes to us in privato lotters and
in other ways, the purpose of the
gathering is vagun and indefinito.
We are told by sothe that it is merely
for the purpose of considering the
Whole Southern question, of compar.
ing notes and, as a correspondent
writes, of sonding Out to the country
the informati'ln Old statements laid
efore the Convention, staa'pdd with
something of official authority.
This is all vey 1olI in its way. If
the Conventin stilI -ontest itself
with this yslple ptogrnmme, It an
not do any harm atid may do good.
But if it is to be held It ought to be
cofiposed of the vety best men in he C
South.' Native. Republicans should
as far as possible, be' electad. It
should contain as few Fedefal oice
holderb as possible. it will be alose
ly watched and still more closely and
bevdral %ritized by the oppositiobt It
will b' charged that it it h more
bread abd butter brigade, .whose
statements i'ro entitled to no credit,
and whose Oitje should meet with no
d'diisid'eration The oppositid a must,
as far as possible( be disaried, ahd
no opportunity given to either belit
ti" or leride it. Again, the Conven.
tlon it it should meet, ought to con
fine itself exclusively tO Sot horn qu1s
tions. Anere recital of the dat0k and
bloody deeds of the last 7 or a yeaIrs,
a recapitulation of the outrages of
the Ku Klux and the white leagkkera
aloie, would onjy tend to defeat the
obj6ets sought to be gained. If we
must have the gathering .nut the best
men forward, and above all let us
have no nonsense ab.2dt questiolis.of
National pdlitieq, which are nearly 2
years itk the future, and which will
take care of themselves. There are
some vory zealous, superserviceable
gentlenien in the South who will, in
all probability, turn up in the Con.
vention some of them hiiling fr6m
South Carolina, tdo ant whO *ill
endeavor, if we ate correctly informn.
ed. to use It as a fileans of advanoe:
ing their own porsdnal Interest. They
should be watched, atid any attempt
on their parts to pursue their charqo
teristie practices, should be promptly
and affeetually rebuked."
A Fair Elftion.
Anther mass meting was held
li Uharleston oil Thursday night to
protest against the appointment of
Bowen, Hoyt ahd Gregone as Com..
missioners of election. Your thou
sAnd pirsons, white and colored, re -
publibana anti onservatives wore
present. Hon. H. D. Lesesne waS
c ealled t1 the chair. Addrepabs werb
delivered by MI. M. R. Delany, Jos.
VV. Barawdli Fisq., Col. H. W. At.,
' Mackey, and [Ion. Goorgo A. Tien
holm. All of these dendounded bit
r torly the appintment I Resolutions
g weIe dinanirildusly adopted that with
r subh mnanagers thbre is no assurance
0 of a fair election ; that the citizens
of Charleston, irrespective of partg
are determined to have a fatir vote
and A fair ediuht; that they deolare
fthis deternlhutain in order tto ward
a the authot-ities that they iill reAoft
a to every mtians in their power to so
bure a fair dilebtiott, thdt a cofmittee
of seven be appoitedo td wait updn
the Governor and demand the ro
muoval of the bhoard of a ttiajority
- thereof, and the appoibtfiant of par
B ties of krfown-integrity, that In the
event of the refusal of tihe governor
0 to accede this demand, another inass
-. meeting be SaIled, to ttako further
f steps, and that a committee be ap
a pointed to ascertain what protection
e can be afforded unddd the United
.. States lawi regulating suffrage.
n The addresses were matked with
a b alm dterminati6n to resist tis~
ni gteat krong. The spSakers attetidmt
to the fact that this was ihe fird
ft meeting sino6e the war in which
S whites atld coldred haue met in har
The ttweeting was remarkably
qfdorly Charleston neans business,
IEvery c ,.:aty hating olijectionable
r comisioners shoimld take a similar
acourse. Let all possiblility of a c90
, tested election be re*noved. Olher
g wise Li re*oluition isinimnent.
The Crest or the Blutlers.
The~y are bothered In Boat6'n tio
Stmnderstmnd the meaning of Brittler's
motto and Orest, found on a letfer o'f
his to IKello'gg ooneerning certain
fees ,papat,e fo'r "advice, and comn
fort." 'fhro Stest is a nondescript
'vessel9 anid the mo6tto ii "tomnme je
irouve.'' The veasl, a's *6 arLi ena..
bled, by consulting Guillie, t6'in
n form the anxiotis oitiAons of Boston
gnd Gloues.ter,- is a receptacle of
fluids more Oommonly wielded by
d body servants than by butlers. The
a motto signifies :" When good i9uor
e is g pg, any cup will serve."-2 ,. Y.
Report of the outrage Committe.
To Mon. Jamev Chestnut, Pregident of
State 'itz Union :
The Following resolution was adopt
ed by the State Tax Union, und
rore' t'o a committee :
"Whereas, to our great surprise,
a commnimoation of President Grant
to the Attorney-Generall of dato 2d
September instants bOItaiIs the fol
lowing doolaration : "The recent
atrocities in Alabama, Louisiana and
South Carolina show a iasregard for
low, civil rights anI ersonal protoo
tion, that ought not to be tdlerated
in any civilized Government ; where
as we are confident that the iniorma
tion conveyed to the President re
garding these alleged atroeities in
Sonth Carolina is not true.
"IResolved, That one delegate from
each' County be selected by the
President of this Union, to inquire
what atrocities of the above nature,
if any, have been reoeftly comaftitted
in this State, and, if any, in what
section and by what class of persons ;
und that said delegates report, with
ot delay, the result of their investiga
tionts to the executive Committee of
the Stute." Upon which they beg
lewve rspoetfully to report :
That we have failed to ascertain a
a singtc case in the State of an injury,
outrage orwrong committedj during
t,b present year by a white man upon
1 negro, in the slightest degieo at
tributable to tite races color or previ.
ous condition of ger'vitude of the ne.
or upon aby hapublican on uccount t
o( his political opinions. t
There have been too many In'standes V
of outruges committed upon whites
by negroes, beoaus th sulhafer woro
*hite ; but these Att not within the
sope of the matter submitted to us.
Therk, have been ii,statet, of late,
of L:gant breaches 'of te peabe,
but these have been between hegioes;
or ca used by armed bands of negroes
assembling on Sunday and other
days and threnteniig violence to the
whites I ot' by negroes endbuvbring
to resist arresG of thoto of thuir lolur.
Thbse caves art a], outside 'df th'a
wattergsubwitted to us.
Ve deci, it, howe%er, not irrele
vant to report that a couliot of races
has only been atoided by the uniform
forbearance of the whites ; which
forbearanbe is bsp'deially boiniaei'da
W3e, as the 'whites, under grievous
provocation, with their males; for the
greater part, veteran and disciplined
soldiers, and thus having it in thibir
power to crush at a blow the uidi.,bi.
plined negroes, whose nulldfiecal su
periority (only four to thice) i- of no
consit'erutton, save, from a regard for
peabe itud good order, and a desire
to aVoid a conflidt with thb Federal
authorities, hitherto borne and 'for
Tie tendency to a bonfliot olits
entirely on the side of the negroes,
and arises from the existerce of the
following tondlton of aff.tirs :
The negro is generally too apt to
rogfi-d the administration of justice,
in which any white man has any
instrilnentaity, its an invasion of his
The neg-o is taught to consider
that the whites (not Republitihns)
have not the right to form vod ateer
il itary brgamniz tions ; anid hence
regatd the rifle clubs, lately formed,
for martial social and defenuive pur
poses, as the evidence of incipient
rebellion, The fact that almost the
entire tailitia of the State at-e dec
gi-oes, and titat white ctJmpitules
have not been deb~UyLdd by the gtate
anthorities whech tendered, may have
eduised this opinion.
The negrtu militia ro commanded
b'y thdny turbulent officers, are arm
ed witih find armas, and abunidanitly
supplied with ball cartridges nit if
theoir services itt nadtdal bonflrot might
any day be required.
ThIe negro is taught to believe that
t16 whites design not o'nif to deprive
thed/f of the right of suffrage; buti
even to rddumce them to their original l
otnditioin of dlavery.
The negro is taught to regard thei
United States troops as only intend- 1
6 i lo Aceep, doti.fI the whites, anid not
for omnmon protectiona of all siti.
The 64fpft--bagget; (th wvhich
term wve do not men those fro'n oth
br States who remove here, but the
dishonest politic'.l adm'euturers who
now infest this 8t ate,) do everything
in their power by incendiary speecbes,
sianders and otherwise to inflame the
bietek4 aginst the whites and also to
inflame th6 blacks agditast sky 6f
their own color who mmight dare to i
vote,,as they call it, "against their
Thus; ttere is no politiatl freedom
int South ba?rolina for eithef face,I
and little civil V'iherty for the whbited.I
It is true, and ft eodid not be oth
em'ise, that there exists a fooling of<
dee'p indignation on fhe pait of the
whites, but i't is not against the ndgro,i
nor against ti6 honest Repuiblieans of
either color, bu'i against those wIho
have organiized a systdmn 6f election
frauds', ~invent and pubylish tabroad
shameful slanders for political p'ir
poses, crush us with taxes, steal the
money raised by taxation, teach the
negro the infamious doctrines above
above mentioned.- and i genoerd
each the Viegro to fogard all white
non Aot of the lepulican party at
,heir nAtural eienlies.
In olddldhiou, we. repeat that we
lave failbd to asoertain a single ease
I) the State, of an ijary, outra-e or
Yrong committed during the present
rear, by a white man upon a n6gro,
,I the slightest degree attributable
o the race, color or prQvious condi.
.ion of servitude of tle negro, or
Ipon any Republicau q account of
lis politio,i opjin .
All of wbith ts. rap eotfully stb.
litted. JA ! M11 ION,
On a wet night, in 11oston, visitors
o a public hill found man at the
ntrance. holding out a tioket check
People gratefully"IVIesigned their
Vot umbrellas t1d hi custody, but
iei the ebtertaiiihMent was over
ioth man d umbfOlhb bad disap.
A more audioious t k was. latbly
ilayed by a ne ak thil at a -.ondon
lub. lie elitbred tht, hall without
ttracting the notice f the porter
ud proceeded to emp the pooketk
f the overcoats he fd' d ranged in
lie corridor. While Alecting a few
f the best, he was intdkrupted by a
ieniber,who in aston hunent asked
Im what he was doiTigl
"1Oh, this h my regu ar busibeso."
o0said ; "I am emplo.ed to dlean
he gentlemen's ' coata -in several
lub.s ; I take all the gtoase out of
161ndeed ?' said the entlemen, In
dreated, thinking he 1ad g4 hold
f one he could'- tut' -W iddbuut.
llow long do you take191
"Why, 'll bd back- 4th these U
"I f so you may:ns w- I take -min
'Idmug his coat to the . eap, at the
ame time escorting th sueak thief
iast the porter.
1WhIlat gVeat boilllI0i6*es you
anve in London,' ri'marked this
usuntry gentleman to a group of his
ciend. ; "1 have just glyen my coat
o a ma.$ I found in thc corridor, whg
leans coats for the club:'"
"%'ho, do ybd say i" cried A*o or
"The tdan i round barrying the
outl out-waits I hate his oar'd
But the knowing onep did not *ait
-they hurliod but to lind the -ock
La 8f soiie obeluoats empty, and
Alier boats dltdgethergoue.
The MIWchuSetts ipublicals
losroN, October 7.-The Repub
lican Convention nominated Talbot
For Governor, the ballot resultingf
l'albot 755, Loring 198, Charles
Devin-, Jr., 51, John E,. Santod 20,
B. F. Butler 19, Ilddr dad Dawes
llostt!A, t.etober 7 -Midnight,
llolatio 0. Knight was nominated
or Lieut. Governor. The platform
lenmands that the nation must make
Is promises to pay equal to gold.
[)awos, who bil the balloting for
governor i-ccifed dn6 foto, in his
'pooch said the spirit of tel lion Ia
ilays sleeping so long as Re pui-~Ii
~an rule seems secure, but it Instifbt
vely wvakes into earnate ferocity
it the faintest prosmille of the return
f th6, Dotforatic Qiat to power.
It ias been deluded bjr thie spring
lections, and his alsi eonde cut
'rom its lurking place, fully araifea
o hunt and murder loyal citizens
rhom It bates. At suoh a time
Iassaohxusetts cannot afford to break
esr front and give a single vote to
hat party with which, by somne
trangh ins.tinct, the White hoeaguer
nd Ku KluK ally themnselvas and
efuso to be shak~en off. Trhero is not
Dem6'trat in Massachtusetta, I know
hoso soul does noct rbvolt at the
tr.,cuiis duaily coumimitted on de:
enoehoss Sout iern citizens, and who
vouldl not shun their perpetrators as
ra wonild a leper. Political allies
inst be political.friends, uitil the
'iumblest Amneicaft litmzen, in the
unanecst hovel, thud~tgl his face be as
ilack as the heart of his persecutor,
hall be armed with all the legal
reopens to defend himself in the
nj.oyment of every civil right to
rhichi thec constitution entitles him.
L'hero is no room i'n the Massachu-.
"tts delegationi in Congress for a
inge rep're.enutative of uhat party
vhoAc votes aire uniformly withheld
rordi i.uch lbgiltion. Massa.lhu
ett! hida ~a sacred legacy i/i tVic civil
ighits bill, which she cannot barter
awaj do'r entrust to any unfriendi
ceeping. T ie recent outrages up4n
ones and ti'vos of dolored oitlzohd
at the South areo shmol'ing the fra
~f the nation, and auttempt, to 64et.
broW the the constituted at4thority
n tihe 8ou'tlhern States are fi'liing it
eith serious (byecbod imgs, but t|hose
riolent demosratiomh are otedat&e,
and will dlefeat their ends.' 'lh,ey
inve tdug~ht the poo'ple, h.efo,' it .wai
00 late, to withhold cbi(fldec from
nero profession.,, and dlevo'utly to
thank God that Grant and not Bnoh.
ana wields the power of the gov-.
Columbia, last week, wAl \ 4ene
of interesting events. On rednos
day the Congressional Convention ol
the fourth district met to nominate a
candidate. Col. McCullough ol
Oreenville was made chairman and
J. J. Hemphill, Ftq., of Cliester
secretary. Alternates were invited
to participate in the proceedings.
From Feirfi ld, the regular deleqatyo
were Col. D. Prevince, Col. B. R
Elkin, and 'D. It. Feaster, E%q. At
tornates Col. J. II. Ition, R. S. Des.
porten and R. Means Davis.
Gen. Kershaw was nominated by
aoolamation. A oommittee was sent
to conduct him to the Hall. On
reaching the hall be was introduced
by Col.'Aion ahti made a stirring
addresb Which was frequently ap.
plauded. An able address was made
by Col. Elkin on the necessity of
earnest aotivo work. Hon. Sinipsoli
Bobo of Spartan-burg and Mr. Kelly
of Kershaw also spoke at length.
After making artahgements for
Federal ttipervisorh, and be election
of Messrs, Rion, Hemphill; Itobo ind
ANtbliough as a Cotigrestional l'x.
e8ptive Committee, thb Convention
.n vaThureday the Conservative
Convention M*dit in the State l1duse.
Rvery County but fotdi Waf ripc-.
sented. loh. ithpson liobo of
Spartanburg *as ele-ted permanent,
Chairman, and C. P. Janney, and .1.
J. Iltiephifl, Erq-I. SebretarieN. An
Executive Committee wah uJpointed
to whom all resolutions an)3 thotidds
were referred. After SdVeWil rosolu
tions \Werb introduced, the conven.
tion took a reces till 4 o'clook%P. M.
On reassembling, Mr. C. R. Mle
of the Necutive Committee 6nbiit.
tod the following report *hlh was
adopted unanimously :
Whereas, the Republican party,
Ieing in the majority in thie state, is
responsible for its. governmnent, . and
the ConserAMb diUtizons of the State
having declared that if the Republi.
can# would nominaib for Governor
and Lieutenant-0overnor men of
their own party, of honesty, oharor.
ter, intellect and competence, the
Conservatives would refrain from op.
position to them ;
And whbeeap; tbb R1gug ar Noni.
nati1 Ubtntlon of tub ilepillci
parti huV6 n6minatU'd for Governor
and Lieutenant0,vdror', me whose
antecedenti ahb* theiti to b' An
worthy of oonfidonce, and whoso 8ue
cess will insurb tbp continuatib of
the coriuplion; disionesty antd party
tranny which has prostrated the
And, wWfre4s, the INJeeldnn
wing of the Republican party hh.
declared its intention to reforti the
government or the State, and in
pursdanBe d ' ihi' ijtentioi has made
Flomiiations of men whosb anteced.
ento entitle them to confidenco in
their integrity and hodlty, fdr
which nonilttationg they havb ailked
the 81upport of the Conservative
voters of the State
And, whereas, we recognize that,
in the present eonditloh of the State,
the beoessity of ecking corruption
and proburing _lonest officials is
paramount to all ejdestions of party
polticii of' affiliations, and believing
thb opjoftunity afforded us of soeur
ing suoh reform will be in the sue.
oess of the nonminees.of the Indej,end.
ent Re p,alliedtn piarty :
Recso?ped, That it is the sense of
this Convention, called to consider
the necessity of making nominations
for State officers in t he approaching
elbotibn, that nb noininations for
Governor or Liieutenant-Governor in
the approaching election be made
by tbe Conservative cit.igens of thld
Resolved, That in the opfiuioui of
tilis Confontion the Conservative
eitizens will best promote fheir in.
topest and thme welfare of theo 8tat6
by giving their support to the oati
dtes for GoYecrno'o Rr'd tietonanmt.
Gofoiofnomminated by the Inde
pendent Republican party.
Reschedr That we adopt as the
platform of the Conservative party
of South Carolina~ "flonmeatj ind
Econmy in the ad t$1nisthriou of the
T[he ob'mn'tt also favored the
~esol$$Io id fsing an appl.ication
from each~ cony chair~mmi to il
United States distriot judge for thme
appointment 'of supervisors for eaich
polling preoinoet. The report was
The per:nanent executiveoosmmnit
tee otmnposedl of tv.o' fri/ru each dontJ
gressional D)istricst, wuas neit dun
aiYolnc.od. The following iare the nsrObs
of the comnittee
.#EnNiANI@t44 hECUTIVE' SoM !tvThE.
nlon. d. tobo chairmin - First
ftt , Uo!. J. WY. Ifarrington,
Gol. i \ il,son ;'8econd Distriot.
qov. .' II. Manping, den. James
Couiner, Tldrd Djetrf4t, ()ol. Win.
\Vallace, Co. J. M. Jfipseomb ;
Fourthinpstrjo4,(C61. J1ames McCul
lough, Col. James (l. ,ftion ; f"ifth
tlistiot, lion. W. F. Colcock, Gov.
An.exeoutive committee .for each
county In the State, to not in the ap.
proachn eleetion. was also appoint.
W1, with authority to the chairman
of each county to make any addition.
al appointments that should be neo
No comirVlttee was appointod
;rAi Fairfield, the Executive com
mitte6 Lf the County Tax Union
being 6harg6d.with that work.
Gen. J. B. Kershaw then addrors
ed the Convention at some length
and was frequently applauded.
After the usual do'ipientary
rbsolftions the convention adjourned
The Itadical NicAnd Couhty nomi
nating convention met in Columbia on
Wednesday. Minorit's faction elect
ad the Chairman, an1d N,ash and his
followers bolted. The former con
vention hiominated Minort for Senar
tor, F. J. Moses Jr., R. J. Palmer,
J. T. Gilmore and Jas, Cooper for
the Logislature. The Nash faction
nominated their leader for Sehator
.ohol T. Sloan Jr., ti'., Vm.
Sinlondd, A. W. Curtis and Weston
for the Logislature. They nomina.
tod Mr. George Davis as one of the
Bouitty Commissioners and 1. I.
Coone Esq., for Probato Judge.
Mess. qloaii and Boone are two risitg
young lawerg i Columbia, and Mr.
Oavis one of the moot substtifilal
aiti*Zen-. Theso nominations were a
bid for he conservative voto. The
Nash tic -et is the "docent tioket,"
It will probably lie elected.
The Lelldin Aepliblicill Journal 6ives
ColIse to the Coiscrv'atives.
. Froni 1he Now York Times.]
Judge John T. Grodn, a good Ahla
strictly honest Iteptibl6an, was yes
terday n6minated as a ba'ndidato for
0 overnor 6t 9plh U arolina y tb*
Indopondent Repablioans of that
State, in a 6onvention it Charleston
The Conservatives now hav' a 'chan'e
to fulfill their,promise 6f oo.opera
tion with any Republicans who would
name an acceptable Reform oan4i.
date. The Charleston Convanti6d
accepts the platform whi .he
Chathbcrlain party recently a' djted
at kpliilhbia A And the "Independ
cnts" also pled.!e their support to
Gen. Kershaw, an eminent Conserva
tive, if lie chooses to run for Con
gross. The taxpaycrs, if thiy <we
wise, will do thcir best to aid this n w
ftovfitit't for good gbvernmenit il 9 ie
State, and will not embarrars it by
making any nomination of th'ir own
Grcen'A Eilcetiol in Every Way DU
iFrom tho New York 1imnes.)
A Cony obtion 6f ile Independent
Lepiblicans of South Carolina will
begin its session at Charleston to-day
and promises to be an enthusiastic
gathering. . The Conservatives still
appear inclined .to co-operate with
tIo indepeident party, provided it
wil nominate as good a Ropublioan
Sas Judge Green, who is its 'flodiiHent
candidato for Governor. Th6 itito.
ment that Judge Green said some
time since that lie approved the civil
rights bill has been brought up
against him by son a of thd Consor
vative papers, whose edltofs afe
anixionis to seo Gon. Keorshaw .ufade
the Conscryotivo nominee for Oover
nor. liut thd mass of the property
owners in the State sedm. eenavinced
that Kershiaw could not b8 oleQted,
and that Green's electidn is e4ery
way desirable. Thie, hd d tbat thby~
have liad 'i pretty lair taste drn
the past few years of till the trouble
that a civil rights bill could ive
thenm, and.that they shnh i ot dbjeet
to iJudge tireeni because of his seuti
ments on that subject.
20 O( s, s rnric.: Candyassgr-ed.
Ibbl. (linger Snaps.
U, G. DesporhNs & V&
EST AI3LiNlED%5 9
WJINNSI10I O', 8. C.
rj,iIiltTYy rp experienoo in ~6pairin11
GlOLD) ned Slv'r Watcs of all lkius.
Fancy .Yewelry anm1.io66k5 of all desqrip.
uions, which 1 will Aceli low for cash. ,On
and see ,tor fourelf. No charge fpr look.
nig. TIhanmk ful for past p)atronage, 1 so
ioit a continu mnoo of' lihe satme.
Opposite Ilac0t & Co's.
ITAVINO engaged ft e ovics of Mo
iL D. L. 1)eoLney, a lvst-class Tailor
we arc now prepared lo, offer our friendi
andi cusmomors the advantnge of having
their Clothing cut and made to order i
Bh) most approved style.
Ssept 24 J. W. L&W&ACO
HU RR A 1-1
L ani makitg A lPECIALTY
of this UO sra'd Brabd of
Cigars, and Guaranle a Good
Te*n Thousau Jit itaceFeA
19. A. WHITE.
TILE UlfEAT SOUTNERN
BUY AV OODS HOUSE0
Furchgott,,,,,,,t & CoI
"o Ifh *'27K ig Mieot Ch"'rleston, S. C;
THE O JEAPEST
hiAs SiAh OF NEW Youk. Ru8,
Fqr prices, see Local.
DEALER IN FURNITURE
P THE very t cldiles, for rnrlurs,
Chambers and,pining RonmR. For
e gtid orkmapship. JNEQUALLED I
I offer ai Plies tat. defy competition
MA hard wood, and warrauled to
give oetire sa tsfaet.ion. I keep no inferi
Sr cduality. se eoeniy~4 t'ig buy th
boat, aud b(1y whore you can buy the
A Nh BUY the People's 81PRING UEb~
pis the best in the market, withcdu't ex
oaption. They are. cheap.
R ATTAN and Split tdeat Chairs a spe.
ciaIly. Our prices are be ond compe..
. P, r'i own manu(Rotelc WIndos
hagec, WVail Drackets, ackoete and
.FURNITURE neatiy repaIred )U moder.
at'rices. Picture frames made to order.
eelcaI Attefitieft I
,lE to the Undertake.'s .q-i
metf. I keep on hajd a (ul s upply of
Sletallie Cases rnd Wo pd .Cona of thq
nest filh. All calf . romptly aftended
tp My (ortin are cash,,. I.aet.uppn ih
h,eory that short Bblements leako g
I frie, di.
ocI 8 .
A. 1. aGOrNG&
IIAVJNG disposed of my1 Livery ier.
est. to HI. T. Teruill, 1- will keep
constantly on handi i'orses .andJ snules for
.sale. Part-les in -want of- tood stock wil
do Wel.t ogive.e' m e, al -
I have also oposed a Carrage, Bnggy
a ndr.Waggoa FactoryseAil- work nently
executed and warrante'd. E GIve me a call.
A. F. a9Pnme