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I. MEANS DAVIS, Editor,
WlInIty loriiig Oclober 21, ISM7.
Foo Con :c,Im-a Ith Con. Ditric.
JOS' PH D. KERSH AW- .
Appointumts for the Canvas-.
'The l1udepondcnt R1publican.s v.ill
hold a mcothig at tho Court loion4O
on Friday the 231. inst. Addre.ws
vill be deliverd by M.i. M. R.
).I.ANy, T. A. F:r Jit., and
(41. J. 1. Kl:-uAw will SpOak
hero on tho :ica dlay.
Tho day haq bon cianOd from
Pattarnls." ou;rage, mill hal.,
groinal ont a i:.* democraie ina
jority in Olhio : ianal ii'm . Tell
soot uOre, Jolin, and you 112y get
us Now York.
Tho Charleston Sun flourtished like
a groun bay troo &o long its it agreed
wvith Chanberlkii in nominating
Kershaw for ('overn;r. Mit when
Green-it iiw nominate it ,hoin oe
day and-st. Its ifiIssion had failed
and Chamheilaill 'lo'ed it out.
"T'he AnlIAilsta C(oat it ut ionlist says:
ic friund ask:j us to write an artle1'14
On tho Greut nvontnt in Suth
Cnroliln. It. wUnid do 1o good.
"i.Ephraim i- jine to his idols ; let
The boevo is one of the best edito
all Il3 hav ver0co.
Indiuaa .lioa nlit!ap1er VerC
(1rd1I(1m i .o kee v o t ' outrag
elcton"It ha.I. donuo mne111h gomd
for lidiana that. w%o :h i-o the p p
0r!3iIS inl L-ther st.ttel to copy it.
1y the wiy, w y t i.a the Uliin
to raldt!. Look wit, brothier, it wvill
l I Chl:aaunh,lei lain,: tre.
li th el:C tioni tuhi. yIth r t lie
deilcr-at's hIAve ga..ie arte Itld
probaibly firt"ten Con:' ;. umenl. L:Iist
year tLe'ro wore froiml thes;o staites
15 1:i;ii,lic"'nl!) atl I l, Domocrats.
Now thero arc '1 rqpublican :and
3'2 dmouratLl Am e, :alt purhapi :0
year,~ ~ ~ o 27lt oft'ePttonr ili.-,
year t.hey are two or hroe i1) i
niitor y. I lO,t (f l in jority
oto. C: vot'-s is a Fcv ro 1low.
.t t hi ata, tl dit oer:it w ill
-avo at w tti. m3.ajity. vevord -
., a to the New YA I. alH. Lok
cut, earpt :yrit
The Ilnion lHer::;It. ,:I%s
hecethy any -:*e Ii to~ ':aabli ih
ten more t and o on. \taat. c an
~Judge l yn. d,a i ii.
prinetit nt1 e'. ablljiihed in tiume for
Let the Ceterv:itIives eat I thiir voteus
onily at the legafly appointed pre
otits fo.' in at c'nte'sted, ehe tionl the
\otc~ es idt at all the et her's will ho
thrwnou :n a hrtu'np t ion of'
f'rand. Tlhere will t. he a he:.vy
r'adita:dtmij 'ty in tlhe m xt ('on.
wl.ethior he hie ieeted or' not.
The : ferald howtlM bec.au:e
dl uke' '.. .n mie s thec veting pie.
oets in eaen county t ao be e.sia.
ted ten d:n.s be'f'or te efeectjut. .\
howl of this stt e;al nine only fromt
a~ hyena ba:lkied of his prey. 'T'e
yet Chlambiuerlaint is to teach us
.Ison ini eform,. 'the electiont Com.
Jissiitcrs of F'ai: lich'l, althenoch al/
the preciinets of thi coutty, and
havo apinited reliabhle ntal:ager's ofI
hl'h parties at each p'recin't. The(y
decalso to live 1;o tais.t of Iritnd at.
taeb d to their ski ts. .Judge Bry
ani's order gives thema no uneac:sin)ess.
Irmeve'ry Coutt.ty Coine enC
couragting leports if the GIreene
live:et. All the ('onserva
tive. )paper. we hiavete hIavo wheel
of into ine', togther v.th sever.l
reipubllii'an japeri.. 'I nbe( Grenville
Nw,as no beilievedl i', would, hms
iekrt<d t the ru eision of' the m:ajority,
and nowi hLists the (I reenie Ilag in.
5ciiled with the voi da "IHone.ty~
versus dishoanest t.
it for Tat,
WVthen' the~ idreen'-ent llopuibli
iuio'rrupted by a ha l;malufv britwiers
inado drunk on liquor suppluid by
two of Ch: anhea lin's choico refor
''lit." "lit' Ce.une wthen the
speak in Sumter. The people of
Sumter, who are all Greeno men,
hooted the "lRegulars" out of the
Court House and refused to hear
any but Chamnbe1 hlain. But Cham
berlain's valiant band "foldod their
.ents 11k; the A rans'' and stole away.
The Chanberlain pap organ do.
nonnces this as Ku Kluxism. The
:1depindents call it "tit for tat."
It means douth to Chamberlain's
ambition. Iis vauntted "4.0,000
majority" cannot be oiphored out by
tle rulvs of arithinetic, for arithino
tio knows not (lie minii sign.
>-f The Union- lerald Eces
dhrough a 400 diametcr magnifying
lons. At a Iliniort ratification meet.
ing in Columibia, we, ourself, count.
Ld t1c proco-ision as it passod the
Wheeler House. It inmlered hir
ty.-it.v men and boys, all told. Thu
1uion..llerald of the next morning
Saidl that 1,000 persons wore present.
The veracious correqp.7ndent of "the
orgii' who i acuonpaayibig tho car
pet-bag broad and butter brigade in
itq raid through the State, rcported
that 1,500 persons heard Chamberlain
in N,wvorry. The Novborry Her.
aid says 200 persona were present.
If t ho 'ioii-Ilerald would get off
U1oly ouderato "exaggerations," they
migiht (Ieet something. But when
we sei sich iago porpetrations a., the
Abuove, we reekoi it a mauufacture of
tho wholo 0loth.
The i). ebocrat ie b l1 ii .sti!l i-ol
ing ti 11umn1phaitltly oil, gathlorin.
weig.It at every turi0. lit) and Ill
i-.1a ha%e placed 1hei-'tIveA fi'na111 y
in tio democratio rani,. In 1872
the dem 11r1t4, utder Ikendriek-,
wr,,-idd li,diaa from th radioals by
th14' , l j0lri13y of 1.1.18. Lak.,t
year, tile toevcrat elected thle o.d
war h., 11. Allen, who W.ia con
tepll!;;.ry with Andiew duek'ui,
%er:i. r of Ohio by a miajority of
o,1y X17 votes, /ic fis e 1imein lien
:,: . A t welk idiana and
ti each rolled nu1 a idemooratic
..i y t f if. ten to '1*een hous.
v u.Thir suc'. C xceeds t ie most
a ine cx; .:ta L ions. The o ga is
wili tell i1Aist Leavi:y again't tL.b
C.-v(dit M bi er ar t. g-rtr -
y wo eall thm se1lS rC e iC. U hi
1a1s. : vi : t it, I 0 14,1nnat of
v0 : ti ih C S ..v whito aro now
('n sho ft-iece, i b int them l'.es
:ly dwiocr.t"i" grolnd.
Nvw Yor'k is now trualiing Il tle
hbce bet weeni demoer:ivy and to:
ica.a.. 'T'he ~Ncw York 1lmiald
:-l ele'otin in Ti.ana and
io i d -k-eido tho conte. t inl that
.te. This leaniq 35 vutes in the
Iw -l.en.' tialb enzivai., in hi 76.
owi :iiand Nebra.ska go republican
a:s t,u: I, but by sum ille:r iii ajoi itaci.
Thle~ ra:dical maj;:ity of Inva fvur'
years. t.o la. -'u, (dwn bj 20,000.
I.e .A!eetiaani ean~ a reactuLi in
p)Iiulit timenit. They meiani thati
the people are tired of radlical pauiti
siiihip, raldical earpet-baig satrapies,
mn radical K u lhux outrago lies
against the decent people of t he South.
Th'ley mean11 that honieeforth thie gov
ernment will be run in the intre,t
of tho peoplejanid not in tho.' interos
of thec rings and umonopoios. T1hey
m;eani, also, better- dayhl for the oentire
Southi, and decath to calrpet bag.
1:ue in every form.
Leot us tako hope. And as Ohio
was redeemed after twenty 3'ears of
thraldomi, 1.o may13 e.mth Ci(arol ina be
regenierateid by i he efforts. of all hion.
est peoplo direci against tho thiev
ing C'haiO mbrain rinug.
The present c'anvass will be short,
s-harp and dcoi,ive. The third of
Noviemberm is near at hand, and all
the work niust ho done by that timeo.
Aftr~' that it wilt ho too bite for idle
repjininug and arguments to show what
might have beeni done. Tlhe fato of
South Carolina, for weal or for woo,
will have been decided.
Let us therefore, lose no time. A
vast amuount of work must be (done.
'Theo whites mlust be roused fromt their
let ha rey, anid thle bl acks inust ba
tagt the real isssues involved in
this contest. The latter havo beeni
told thait (lie issue is one of liberty or
slavery', that Chamberlain is the cm-i
boimn of every)ting that 1s dIe
lighitful to the coloredl race, and
Gre'ene. of all that the colored mani
(imcst loathies. That that this is.falso
isi known to every intelligent citizen.
Blut it has so long been inst ilced in to
the coloredl man's ml ind that to shiako
his belief in it is dliflioult. Hie has
hieretoforo refused to listen to us.
Blut the iniquiities of the present
reoeare gradunally becoming appar
ent even to him, and lhe would aid
in efectinig a change were he satis
ied it would not work injury to him.
reason than ever bfote. Now is the
time, then, to pl-ove to him that only
by a refdrm in the govenlmebt Will
his rights rb:haih securo, and that a
perpotuati'on of ring rule will, in the
end involve him in ruin. Corrupt
juries caused the law, passed by .a
radical Congress, that hireafter o1tly
educated persons shall ierve on Grand
Juries. Coraupt govornmotits will
just as autely in time, oAuse the pas.
sage of an act requiring an education
ui (jusieation for Voting- The oll
ored nian must be convinced of this
lie nust also, be convinoud that
Greono is supported by the pd-ople
becaua he gives guaranteas of an
honest adm ini istration.
All this must bo shown bfore the
election. flow atin it bd done I
rho speakers who canvass the coubty
cannot meet every voter. EVery true
citizen must coistituto himself a
canvasser, and with coat off and
sleeves rolled up, inum cligagI5 in
active, carnesi work. lie must lay
abide privato affairs for the nonce
and devote all his enet-gles to the
The iusuo is on of life and death.
The election of Greotno and a glod
legislaturo mneans an antndl having
to the people, in differont ways, of a
inillion dollars. Politius iiow boter
as an ele0nLlt intO Overy malOs bufi.
ne.s. To scoure a good government
is as nc,:essary as to insure obeis
property tgainst fire or other lbes.
The nerchant ghadly pays a prea
un for Risurance oi his stobk. lie
should also pay a premium in time
and Hcrvices to secure his property
from ruin through the nial.adminis.
t ration of a corrupt government. .This
argument applies e(ttally to all
cla:ses. Lot evety good citissen, then,
in Fairfield county, duly appreciating
the magnitudo of the present issue,
throw asido sloth, throw aside dotty
objeots of pursui', thi ow aside uvUy
prejudice, and work, faithfully and
earnestly, to effect a substantial re
form iti South Carolinu. Victory,
for the first timo since reconstruction
is in our grasp. Shall we seize it
With this week begins thb adtive
campaign in Fairfield County. We
trust that every nook and borner will
be visited and canvassed thoroughly
so that a full votb of the whites will
be polled for the firtt time since the
war. or the first timo since reoon
tructibn, success is in- our grasp,'an4
surely the paramount necessity foi
an ' honest government was nevei
grenter than now. That suctess i;
in our reach c-Ln be basily proven
Por years the radical party in Soutl
Carolina, like its thodel; the nationa
republican party, was inagnuitioently
The maasses, long aceustomed t<
the rule of mastors, in a twinlin1
transferred 'their obedience froit
their former owners to their nov
political ruletw. Slates were fixed ui
in Columbia, votes were priatell it
Philaidelph1ia, and the colored thean
like sheep, east their ballot* withou
oveun knowing the names ot the per
sonse they wvere clevating to oilioe
llut, as thlrough its corruptioni, the
natio.nal republican party is rapidl;
becomning disintegratL'd, so the radi
eal patiy of South Carolinta, througi
its rapacity, its misgovernment, it
shameless violatioti of every holtmi
pledge, its faithless~ness to its colorot
supporters, has lost its colibsit
strength; and Ia ontly holding togeth
or b)y the els inertine inherent ii
overy h, dy. The colored people na
longer respect then detnagogubs wh<
have deceited them.~ VTey tolefata
then only bdeause they believe tha
thteir tights arc safo tUnder the rul<
of these demangogues, and this th6
place above every question of hottest;
or good government.
Once satisfy thema that they cat
tind honest rulers who will also pro
teet thtem itt their dearly pleddet
l iberty, andt( they will abandon thiiev
idh candidates with alacrity. 'fTh
whites have of late been off.rin.g th<
olivo branch to theoir edlored neigh
hors, and some of themt are accepting
it. They are being wveaned fron
these corrupt rings. The Independ
ent republicans. (amnong whomt wt
plae~ Saum Lee, a young colbred man
first,) were the first to rebel againsi
corruption. Their extample has beer
followed in nmany counties, by par
ties who, dhsgusted with tadloalism,
(not rcpublicaniatm), are fusing winL
hontest men of ail parties on the
broad platformn of justice to all, and
honesty and conomy in the goverb.
meat. This movement id gainin~
ground in spite of radical lies to the
cotntrary. At thairt, we confess; we
looked upon the Independent move
ment as a forlorn hope, and allied
ourselves to it merely from principle.
But. na woha,. fr.om ea c...n..
convention our hop-s grow strongel
and we n6w bnlii6ve that a full vot
of the'whites polled for Greene an
Delany will carry thom on trium
phudtly to victory.
No man need think he is tacrificin
his principle in supporting the lade
poredMAt ticket. Our clourbe in thi
matter has beeh applauded by ever
independent journal north- and b
almost every leading Demodritio pa
per north and south.
A higher princip'e is involVod i
laying aside prejudioa and voting fo,
au honest Abd compt tnt ruler, tht
in %oting for a pertonal or polition
friend. Any one, can bleti hi
friends and curso his enemies. Thi
is not principle. True principle con
sists in ignoring one't preferenbee
ind working for the phblio good
Let us thehl haviug only tile goo
of our State in view, rally solidly t
the pollb hnd cast, as wd cast btfor
the war, fourten hundred whit
votes, and let oawa Vote be for hot
csty and rofofin.
I overheard a vdaversation be
tween two negroes a few night
since whloh I will relate, as I am an
ious to aso6rtain tha facts. The
were convUrbing Opon the subject <
tho approaching electious, and on
,sked the other how he was goin
this time. Hle intimated that h
.was ag4inst Chamberlain and there
fore iu favor of reform and honesty
whi-rchpon the ibiuirur urged upo
him the impropriety of so doing, an
the importance of sticking to th
true p rty and tohis own raoe, "for
said lie, "Mr. Chambelin is not oni
a radical but a man of color, h
grand mother being as he said a m;
latto woman," lie then wout on a
some length to demonstrate Mr.Chan
borlains prdference for colored peopl
and stated most positive H wh
his child died in Columbia, that he ac
tually had a colored preacher to per
form the obsoquies. This settle
the matter at once, and No. 1. said h
was a Chamberlain man. Can th
he true, Mr. Editor I I hope tha
you will put yoursdlf to some troub
to ascertain and publish the fact
I have heard it said that a Yank<
would make money at the funeral <
his mbther; but this is the fir
time that I have ever heard eve
of a carpet4bagger making polition
capital over the corpse of his chil
and it completely sets in the shade ti
Dorforinance of Mr. Melton and Mr
Elliott rt the President's receptioi
[In reply, we stato that r. dhar
berlain did have the funetal serviet
of his child perforied at the colore
churchr. As to whether Ml'. Char
berlain's gratid mother was a mnule
to or nut, we refer "Itegulus'1 to M
Chaniberlain himselfi We L'n't ai
swer such hard questions. ED.]
Mr. Editor :
The true secret to success in il
political contest into which we a
just about entering is WVdRK, am
we use the term in its fullest seis
Every consideration for bar fuitu
welfare, and fot'rf patriotiu instin
of our nature, appeals to us as got
citizens, and as faithful eons of
prostrate mother, to pull off om
coathg and go forward to the nob
task before us, reoognising no suc
word as fail. WYd will firid 1t dlo cam
rmatter to aoomplish what we thu
desire. Heavy obstaclos lie in em
way, opiposing us at every stop, hi
these 04n bb redidsdd if the prop<
:nedas bti used. Detern1ination at
will can surmotint all diflloult,bs,
thoj be brought int6 a6tive opbr
tioti. hot o tory hon bst citisen wo
as he should; and we need have n
fears for the result. Petevera~nt
omnia vincil I. trub under all circus
stances, and wherever applied its
prinoiple is verified. Let it i
recognized as a fact that by unti
ing labor we can win this fight, an
in no other wvay, or by no oth<
means. I f every man in J?airfiel
County who is in favor of hone
governntent, ill work undeasing
from d Until the 3rud day of N
vember; the victory will be our
Unleoss we make up ear minds not
be defeatehd and aot accordingly, tl
work of a few will prove withmom
avail. Thme peopilb must turn 01
en maase, abd las' aside e*erythir
else until,thie taAk Is properly p
formed. In the name cofall that
good and on.nobling, i4by eannot thm
be don6 ? Why cannot the whole eon
munity, aye the whole County, rii
up as onie man, and rush on to the c<
flict impelled by the, high resolv,
to vanqusti thd~ hands of vandal
that stand ready to suck our very li
blood. It can be dore if our p04
plo are not hopelessly dead to
5ense of duty.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OP FAIRFIELD.
C'6urt of Conlion Pleas-Summons for
Relief-MaIy K. Harrison, Plaintif,
against Thonas W. Woodwai'd, as Trul
tee, John K. Harrison, Eunice II. liar
rison, Lucie R. Harrison, William 0.
larrison Hatelle A. Harrison, Jas. 0.
s i Arrison, Krah 11. liarriun, Defend.
To TEF DF9NdANi i You aro herohy
sumtqoned and required to answer the
com ilnt in this action, which is filed in
the o ce of the Clotek df Cbnimon Pleas,
for thesaild county, and to serve a copy
i of vour answer to the said complaint
r on tho subscribor at,his o ce, Nos 7 and
9, MarkA sOroet. Winns oro. So. Cn.,
I within twenty ditys afir I he service h#reof,
Soxoluslv'd o,f the day of such sirie ; and
if.you fail to answer th' con,plaint wiihin
s the time afdrecanid; the plaint ill in this
act! on will apply to the Uour for tho re
lief deman.ed in this compilinlt
Dated 17thAng., 1874.
., JAS.R. RION,
Plaiutiff's \ttorni 9
To the Defendant', John, K Itrrison
iEnice Ii. larrison, Lune R. Ifurrison
William 0 i1rriqon. Estelle A. Ilarri
son. James 0. Harrison and Sarah II.
'faki notice that. the Pi ninrlns in this
otion. of which the foreglirg is n copy,
.was fllet. in t he officA ot t he Clerk of ihe
Coltri ofCn'omhdh 1iels for Fairiii.ld Coon
ty. in th' a'oisema1l State, on gihe 27th day
df Adgdst, A. D. 1874.
J.S. . R ION,
.Sept -XG Pff's. Atly.
sept 2 .x6
StAte of South Carolina,
CoUNTY or FAIPifiI.D.
Y Copr of Coumon Pleas-Copy Summons
, .vid 1i. Cork; I'laintiff, dg iit Adam
To the Defendant :-You are bereby sum
njoued and required to answer tile corn..
pit, IIi tili dultiol, which 11 tiled in tile
oflize of [lhe Clerk of Comimau Pleas, fo.
the said County, and to serve a copy of
, your anwtr to the said complaint on the
subscriber at his office. Nos. 7 aihd 9,
.\larket Street, WiLnsboro, S. C., wilitji
d Iwenty days after tle service heieof, ex
e olusive of tie day of such se, vice ; and if
you fail to answer the complaint withii
the timno aforesaid, tile plaintit ill this ic.
y tion will apply to tile Cotrt for I he relief
deinided in tie compliint. Died Ist
October, 1874. .AS. II. RION,
Platin(iff's At(oi ney,
t To the Defendant --Take noti'o that thl
sulmnlons iii this aclioil wits filed in te
oflico of tie Cl6rk of tihe Court or Commoin
0 Pleds at Wiinaiboro in th) 3 Coutity alld
U Stte Afdresdid on teist day of O'ctobbi-,
1874. JAS. 1. 1ON,
1st of dot. 1874. Plaiutiff's Attorney.
S oct. 7-x6
d FRESH ARRIVAL
e 1AMILY.AND FANCY
f GRO EES.
n CA N V A 8 8 E D lams-snali sics,
remkfast Stripgs New Mess Macker.
el, Cheesei Biscuits -4ud Cakes, English
Pickles; FrenchSardities, Potted flamin and
e Tongad, Uurkee's Sineem and Selery Salt.
Also Durkee's Mustard, Cdf'etne inlld
. White Pekrs, Citinngiton, inger find
t:ipice putI~ in 8in,all till cans, tvoji &
Mull's 'Pride of Augusta" Plour, New
Carolina tw-e, Virgini-i and N. C. Tobacco
- all qualities, SeZarfi ftuitl 8 to 15 bts.1
d Whi.to Wijie Vinegar-,
. ilveI- Drip Syrupa,
.Can.ned Salnon, rchsters,
t QOysters., Peachles. Pin-ayple
r. -Pears, Tomnates an~d BirandIy Peachelrs
Pearl (Jrist, &c..Also a i-'ino A enortmotnt 0
IBOOTS & SHOES,
A1l of whicho will ha soldl as low as any
house8 In tihe foi foi- thle ('AS! by
VIERRE NA COTin.
sept 19 Aglh
A\PL, ighlts to the il hit, OffA
URA TED) lIRE Hil can be obtained
Sby citiaciis ol'Fairieldand0. Chester, Irotn
tr Cd NNOB, CLO IYNEiY 4- CO0.,
se . l-mWinnsboro, F. C.
d ESTABLISH ED 1859
WINN8BSLO R 0', $. C.
a ~IiIRtTY years experience in repauirin$
e all kindsa of Watohes.
d 00 Li anti fllvor Watches of all kinds
r lPancy Jewelry at11d1 'locks of all descrip
d tions, whlichl 1 will sell low for cash. Come.
anti see ror yotursolf. No charge for look.
ng. Thankful for past palt ronlage. I Ito
Y icit a continu.unce of the same.
dOpposite Batot & Co's.
:NEW GOODS !
~ IVBRY department Is now full of
The latest styles of Millinery, D)ress
G. foods, Boots, Slhoes uid &c.
all bought for CASII.
o WVe invite tile inspect Ion of all porsoni
s. wishing to buy cheap and dlurable goods
a to call at
D. LA UDERDA LE'S
=7 Cash-. at o:re. .;;|'
J6 W. LAW & CO.
. ITEt I-E
FALL I, WINTER
Gents Furnishing Gooda,
. 2 Boots, Shoes,
We call special attention to a handseao
line of Charlottesvillo (Va.,) Woolen
Mills Cassimers, and handsome Diagonal
Coatings, also different stylAs of fancy
Cassimers for Pants, all of wh.ch we are
prepared to have made to order ii the
most approved stylo.
WE ARE STILL PREiARED 'fb HAV
DRU88 SI1R'I'f AADE TO ORDER.
J. W. LAW a CO
INVITE the attentioh o' the
puMblie to their LARGE and
,A II ED stock of Merbhan
(se, comprisiIg a full lin of
Dry (oud ttl- Ladies; for
Gentemein; for ,C-ldren, ahd
for the house. Mens' Clothing,
Boys' Clothitig, Shoes; h ats,
IIair, To'otti, Ciotjieii
aboe, P'aint and Whiute- Wash
Bru1sheCs, Trunks, IMedicines,
Perfumineit; Soalp; C3hromnos'
Painats, Bibles, Religious and
Miscellaneoius Books, Station
eiry, &c., &c. .A ll offerbcd at
as LOW PRICE.S as t be samne
class of goods can be boughit
n the up country.
McMASTER & BRICE.
3' ccedi Canidjs~
2O 'LEs, A mnorcn Caddy assdried
i bbl. (linger SimAp~t
1 '' Soda Crackers.
axS U. G; Desportes & Vo,
j)Y VIRTUE of nuthority to mie grant.
.)ed by the Judge of t'robate of Fanir
field Cony, I will sell at antotlon for
cnshi, on Fridlay the 28rd of October and
succeedingdlays, the entire stook of good
and1 furniture in tho store room ia Winm
boro, lately o,oupiod by J. M. Rt. Mer
consisting of Boots Shoes lhats Read
e ado Clothing, Ladies Dress Good
Urockery Ware &tj., &o,
A 5. DOUGLAS,
Exeoutor of Will of 3. Mi. Rtland deo'd,
6ratel'id Thousamd. proclaiin VINI
CGAlt lllVTts the Iost Woliidftil 1in.
viorant th%.t over su8tained 'o siking
No Person can take these Bitters
Ucdrding to direct!it8, and rbnaiu long
unwell, provide, their bones are not do
stryed by mineral p)oisoin or other
-hicanm, andgvital organg Wasted beyond
Bilious, 11emittent and Inter.
uittent I eversi wIich are so prova
lont In tho valleys of our great riveri
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri;
Illinois, Ton esse, Cuniborland, Arkan
sa, Red, Coloradp, Brazos, Rio Graudo,
Pearl, Alabama; lobile, Savannall, Ro
anoko; Jaunes, aind many others, with
Ut:e vast tribititries, throughout our
ntiro country during the Sumnner aiid
Alutunin, and rlniarltably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
InVariably atcompanied by extensive do
rangoments of the stomach and live,
and other abdominal viscera. In tieir
treatment, a purgativo, exerting a pow
erful influence upon thes various or
gans, is essentially necessary. Tilero
is no cathartic for the purpose equal td
Da. J. WALKERI'S VINEGAR 1TT-1IRs,
as they will speedily removo tio dark
colored viscid matter with which th6
bowels are loaded, at tho same tinia
stlinilat,ing the secretions of the liver,
Anti generally restoring the healthy
functions of tho dligestivo organs.
Fortify the body against diseaso
by purifying all its filuids with VINEGAR
Ili-rm.s. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Iidigestion, Head
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tigltness of th Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructationv of the Stomacb, Bad Tasto
il 1he Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of tho
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful syiup
to'ls, ro the oillprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guaranteo
of it. merits thau a lengthy advertise
80rdfula, or ing's Evil, Wfhio
Swelli ngs, Ulers, Erysiplahs, Swelled Neck,
toitro, lcrolou11s liflliuiiatiOns, Inl(ot
billuniations, Mercurial A I1ections, Old
sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Soro Eyes, etc..
1.11 These, as i ill other constitutional Dis
cases, WALKRx's v N:OAR Brrriuts havo
showit their great curativo powers li the
miost olbstinato and intractablo eases.
. For Intfamllatolry aid Chronic
the1LUatiS1l1, Gout, Bilious, Reilnits
teit and Intermittent Pevers, Diseascaof
the Jilood, Li%ver1, E6idneys and Bladder,
thesm Hitter-i have no v(pult. Such Diseases
hre caused by Vitiated blo(1.
..MelCOanical Diseaes.-Persons en
gaged ili Paiits and Minerals, such -I
lnmers; Typ-setters, Uold-beaters, and
Miners, as they ittilvanco in life, are subject
td paralysid of tho Bowels. To guard
against this. tako a doso of WALKEts VN
EtA I Hmnra; o"ccasionally.
icr; S'ilt-Ithoutu, lBlotches, Spots, P'imples,
Piutules; Boils, Caibunils, l in g-worms,
~Seaild-head, Sure Eyes, Erysipjelas, 1 teht,
kuin fs. )Ibscoloratsions of the Skin, II niors
hn(d 1)iseases oft tho Skini of whatever name
br natiti-e, are litdraly dug up and carried
outt of the sysatemi in a short titino by the uso
oI these liitters.
P 1ill, 'Ipe1, anid other Wornus,
lurki.ng in the srstem of so ninny thousands,
a.ie ellettally destroyed anid reino'td. No
system of nmediei no, no0 vermiiuges, no an
t,hehmninities will free the systcni froin worms
like these Hitters.
. FoiI Fe(inald Coinylaints, in b'otag
ofbold. nunirried or single, at the dawn of wo
thanhood, or the turn of life, these TIonic
iBitters isplay so dec'idedl an influence that
I nprovemenlOlt is soon per'ceptible.
Cileanse theo Titiated1 Blootl when
ever you find its'inmpurities b,urst,ns th rouIgh
thie skin -in Pimipls, Ertu>tionls, 'er Sore30.
cleanse it wh len you find mt obstructedl and
sitiggish ini the veins; cleanse it when it is
foul ;your mielinugs will tell you when. Keed
the blood pure, anid the health of the systeni
will follokt; . &
It. II. MiIeDONALD deCO;,,
D)rnggiuta andl (en. A gts..san Francisco. Caltfornha,
andl US. of washiingboii niuit harlton Ste., N. Y.
808t1 by all Druggius anid Dealers.
r2OIK T6 TOUa oW:4 ixTt:n:s-r.
fliRtUTli tvill pr'evail--Facts are stubibornt
. things and w.il l.not hiear dex nal-T'Io se
must, bo to believe--In tese daiys of pro
gress, steam lias become thie great mnotiie
and labor' saving piower of thle age, ini all
I uduistrial thd mfact u ring pursu5Hit s
iand depart srit(---W hy shouild not, every
family have a t;eain Wasiiir..
Thu "Eclipiso Steam Wansleri-, is tho
best, I t does not, occupy t lie sjniee of one~
square foot and isi adapitalho to any stove
builer or round pot, iii ivhitch wat er can be
boiled ; at.d wIthI it, one womaun can do
wvhat is ord iarily reg.'u ded a O ny's wvash ini
from (a o to three houriis. A child(, I welve
years old1, mid. hso it and do the wvork of a
grow n womaxin in onle half (lie ilme, and re
gard I lie litbor of usintg it only a pas Iimoi
W ih it, ws.hinmg has ceased to lie tediotus
or l abormons, and 'Blue Monday"' has.
ceased' to lie a daiy of conftusion and lior
ror, becattse withI fitllIe or no labor t wo or
three hiour's suffico to do a day's wash
wvithout scruiairig, wearing or Lea ring t he
clothes. breaking buttons 4e.
TPime, labor, money, andii mat erial all flr
preeions --economy is wiso 1510,nd it s fruit
hesalt h,weal th anid hap pin ess - I, ok thr Ii(
economy in washing, nad3( save your clotble
to we5r s'our times as long as .w) en ws
ed by the hand and board, biy buyinog an
tusing the i&Eclipse8 team Washier," which
combined with that very attractive andt
unsiurpassed '"Eureka Wringer"s oonstl
tutes a completo andh perfect washer
every family and washter-woman shuouldi
and cani have it ; andu no sensible washer
womani who has at heart (lie interest of
her patrons will oppiosfe mis .
Th'le' Rolipse"' is simple in construction
scientifio in principle, effect ive in woik
and will wash thie finest 0or coarsest fabricS
more satisfactorily than by hand, int from
fifteen to twenty minuoesc. Price but fou'
dollars-Will be for sale f'or a few day
ongor at RL. M1. DUNLEVY'&: