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Wrdn*dey ilWrning April 14 187.
lis Qr!kt driq4is less or buys
eMr d he wtl'11i ,'un for
a third erm.
We will have something to say
soon on the t x bill. But as Gov.
-Chatnbrlain has until winter to- veto
it, our opinions may remain a while in
Vill not some paper that Is posted
-on the figures, give us a full explana
tion of the items in the proposed tax
levy which we sincerely hope Gov.
ernor Chaiberlaip will veto.
The Abb'ville Medium invites the
Press Association to moot in Charles
ton on 6:.h may. Court is hold in
Fairfibld at tiattime,-and we may
-be prevented from attending, but'
if possible we shall -most certainly
put in an appo3rance.
We bad the pleasure Thursday
of meeting in our Town Mr. J. F.
Buohanan editor of Chester Reporter
The Reporter is one of the best
Weeklies 'In the State, ard Mr.
Buchanan says it is doing a good
Rhode lland had four candidater
in the field for governor, but as the
wh6le State cannot afford room foi
more than tire to run in, one wa,
compellod to withdraw. Hazard, the
bolting republican and prohibition
ist, defeated both tho regular repub,
lican and the regular democratic
candidatos. One more blow against
King Caucus, and Grant.
P. T. Barnum has been elected re
publican Mayor of Bridgoport, Conn.,
John Robinson will be made Mayor of
CinoinnatI.' We prbii'me Dan Rice
or Herr Longel will be made Presi
dont. They could buy up the whole
colored, and a large portion of the
white, vote by a lavish dibtribution of
The Aiken Tribune and Walter.
boro News urge the governor to sign
the tax hill. The Free Citizen and
the 'Orangeburg Times agree with us
that it abould be vetoed.- Un ion
Please enrol the Winnsboro New.
on the list of,the vot oists. The more
we think -of the bill the more we
den't like it.
Gov.. Chambierlain has refused to
pardon D)ennis Bunch, sentenced to
be hanged for the murder, in Char
lenten, of Mr. John Donaghue. It
has been said that if the law be per.
feet, a pardon ia inadmissible. We
are pleased to see that Governor
Chamberlain is not disposed to prosti
tute the pardoDing power, though
his refusal to pardon may be person
BJonanoa is a Spanish w ord mean
ing a "boon" or "good fortune."
Spanish miners, op striking a rich
lead, were in the h abit of exclaiming
"bananza." So that in time a rich
"find" was eallod a bonanza. The
late Nevada "bonanza" was such an
enormous swindle that the word has
become synonymous with swindle or
fraud. henee its application to'
Bilsine thinks the work of the re
p iblican party will 'not be ended until
Wendell Phillips can speak in
Georgia with as much impunity as
Gordon can in Massr.chusetts. The
People of the South, after being tor
tuired so long by the speches of Pat.
terson, Moses, Leslie, Ananias Hays
a ad others of that ilk, would greet
e'.en such ereatures as Phillips with
* 'thusiasm. If any Southerner dared
4to ir-sltt Massachusetts as the Carpet.
baggers .have insulted the decet
,people of the 'South, by-their foul
-liarangues,-he would be .tarred and
'feathered so quick it would make Isis.
We regret extremely to learn ?hait
Mr. J. 1'. Southern has identified
hi maclf with that Imiserable fraud,
the bonainza bill, by actually consent
ing'to sento as cnm missioner under
tji ?t We warnned Mr. Southern
that sudh a couree .mighto prove di,
.aitrous to,hi an. He has decided for
himself, sind must, blame himself, not
the News, if his deoision irijures him.
Weo rejoice however that the -injuno.
tion granted aga inst the act will most
probably render futile any attempt by
any party to p it the act into opera
.The Phojix aayb tbat Mr. South
iril-was.'advised by "prominent citi
cenp," to accept the . commissioner
Shi,; owill the Plejx- plo se in.
fbrm Us who were"the prominent
Ditizens advi.ing this courso, how
many there were and whether they
are interested in "sorip" or any Oth
species of bonaiz , claims. Wh t
rondars theE citizens pronir,it ?
Wo ire asking these questions sin.
corely, with a desiro to be insw4red ;
as wo wish to ascertain upon whit
4dvice, the advice of Mr. Southern,
which we regard a bad mis'ake, was
In Rhode Island there was no oleo
tion for governor. Lippett, regular
republican, received 7,250 votes.
Hazard, Independent, 7,750, and
Outler Democrat, about 1,000. The
Aleotion will go into the Legislature
w'ere the two highest oindidatesVill
be voted for. A contemporary sO1.
in this no evidence of a ' tidal wve."
We differ. The regn'ar republica1n
majority has usually ranged between
tour thousand and eight thousaud.
This year the opposition majority was
.ver 4,000. This shows the waniug
power of Cauous, and is therefore an
ividenoo of the presonce of the tidal
vavo of independent voting.
The Bonanza Bill and the Phonix.
The Bonanza bill is an acknowl -
adged fraud, spurued by decent m<n
-f all parties. Wo know of but one
iwspaper in the State that gives it
&ny comfort whatever. That papei
is the Phoaix. the so called conser.
vative organ at the capital. A L first
the Phonix denounced the bill as
A swindle. 3ut, like Paul on thu
road to Damascus it has seen light.
[t now takis a somewhat "charitable
view" of this first class fraud, and,
.s has been frequently the case, is
:ompelled to offer scmo explanation
'or its inconsisteuey. The PI w!ix
5as been putting forward this bill
rather mildly, in its local colunw.
Let it come out boldly either for ot
L.gainst the bill, so that ita po.sitiot.
Inu be casily seen. We offor thi.,
&dvice to our contemporary, not to
ouch the unclean thing, as any
ffiliation with it will end in disaster,
'he honest people of South Carolina
,re wide awake now, and will not
iuffer frauds to he practised upon
hIm wi!h i.. p1. ity. Alroady all
njui.xti,n has been granted b1
Judge lryan in the U. S. district court
:estraining the commissioners from
-aking any notion i' the premises
until the legality of dhe bill oan b,
uly investigated. This sounds'the
leath knoll of the bonnza, and
here will soon be none so poor n
o do it reverence. We. hope) to set
.mo more bonanza locals in the col
awns of the Phw.aix.
Partial returna from Connecticut
.how another democrat ie victory. TUhe
result has beeni looked for with great
initerest-by politicians, and by the
southern people who wi ish to kn. w
whether the north is still inflam<cd
with hatred, or whether the olive
branch will be extended. It has
been claimed that the, dlemocrat ie
viotories in November were acecie
tal, and that the tidal' wave is rece.
ing. As Connecticut first last year
manifested the change in public
sentiment, so it was anxiously watch
ed this year, as showing the senti
ment of the people in 1875. Bloth
parties wade strenuous efforts to
earry the election. Speaker Blan
and other radical luminaries stump.
ed the State,-in support of a platform
advoabing a third .tornm and denounc
ing the democrats and the South.
Governor Ingersell was renominated
by the democrats, and Greene, who
tIred 100 guns in honor of Granit and
Sheridan was made standard bearer
of radicalism. The presenit conigross.
men, Barnum, democrat, and llawley
Kellogg and Starkwoather, republ i
cans, were renominated. llawley
during the canvass denounced the
third ternm and incurred thereby the
hostility of Grant. iIe has been de
feated by Landers the democratie
candidate by several hundred votes.
Barnum has been rceleoted, and so
lias Phelps, the libe inal republican
nominee of the .democrats. Stark
wveather was opposed by Judge hos,
ter, another liberal rqpublican. Tlhe
result In this district is still uncer
tain. The democrats have elected
three oongresamen and probably the
fourth. Ingersoll's majority is esti
mated at .probably two thousand,
iagainst 1819.last year. The legislaa
ure will be democratic 'by a reduced ~
nejority. The result thius far is en
couraging to the democrats and gives a
enewod assuranoce of victory in,
Tha n -a t Wave. W
That tidal wave is still moving. 1i,
gulfing (l'oA.4,4io, I btronghold r
othera liAttfl ubmerging th
hat Lai'o already bec overflowed.
4l lreturn from Connecticut show
hat Ingersoll rooeived a plurality of
',482 votes atga in-t 6,7 lat , r
lisajoityo'ver the een.bnid u'
'd and prohibition vote is 6,684
Zralpust 1,809 last year.
Hawley, repliblican, was elected,
a 1873 by a n:i i gf t 266 t: d
vim thjis year defeated by .193 vote.
'tarkweatier's o.ajority was reduce-i
teot 1,177 to 375. The demoerai.
pined heavily in the other two di.t
iets, electing their candidate trium
The pres,i of the'ei.tirc coiitry ale
ont.m11'1ting tipon this re.-ult. "Ti o
iew Yoi k 'Iia.as uttriics thiti demo
a i - victory to the ipi,igoided poliO3 p
f the republimn party, in atleilpt.
lig to jstify the Course of the
overnment inl i uisiana and the
egislation on the force bi3, and the
>as age of tle civil rights la w.
Th-.) World hiails the e!ucti n as a
;lorious DemX rai i. victory, and ut
er repudiation of ;he republioan
The Tribuntir coinmiders the election
IVIS all adminitration liit atd i an
The ller.a Id, camp ring the votes of
Ale P..st two years, Shows that th ?t
Demlnlatic 1i1;aj.rity o.1 the State '
ticket i. S all r than last year. 11
reviews the po'ie aclqestioi at ia.
e an1d r.11ids t lie elect ion of E atol
to the Uni;cd St t(s Snite as it
blunder (,f demoeratp. ul.ich hIa*
flienatel 0hon1lldi ''f voters from
the de0:noeratiO rallks. It a.-gue,
Lhat th repuiblicalnis imlay rc'over a
a go;>d deal of -leir lo.4 gro,unil if ii.
tie nLXt fall election. they thr< w
)verboard G.amC.' thi.d term aspira
This would seem h be a %ictory.
not SoI much over rt,publicanism ai
over Graniti.-Il. In New Illu;pshlirt
when the tiiid tcrio w%,as repudit,ted
the repuldicans lield their own. But
when till adminlistr:1tioi fialt wal.
maida in Connecticut, the lou'gheaded
old tradesmen who wanted to regain
the trade of the South, put thL i' vCto to
ans continuance of disorder in this
section: (raint doubtless swore b
when lie saw his pialanx put to flight,
and lie will swear Pgain we opine oii
the 3.d mori.ing after the elections of
1876. If the den.oaraey behave
themselves fur two years they will
doubtless come into power, as Comnec.
ticut is the opening wedge in ln.
That Odious Tax Levy
Thbe WVi lnf'sboro Nurvs, a]lway.
trigiht andi ijpicy, mnu.t hav'e miiss9ed
the UNioN Iibi:i: .n if March 3). 1;
:islk, : "Will not 'omte papIer that is
pioste I in the li.gures give us a fuhi
eixplainationl of the items in thepr
posed tax levy, whieb we- sincerely!
hopi~e Goeve rnor C hamiberl ain wit
We forward to Mr. Dazvi.i a cops
of our paper ci onitaiing the act in futl..
We consiler it a first rate subieet for
a "'tinging"' vot o.-- Unan-Hferald.
We re ad th li n ~iion-.l ialId regu
ilarly, antd onl1y abhsene e ausedl our
not seeing the iue ieferred to. Wie
are mnehl)C oliged to Mr. TJho mpson
for the courtesy, and wheni we receive
the paper sent will endeav,r to dissect
Lhe act. In ~ithe:men time we must
express our fear that a perusal of the a
set merely will not fu.ni,h us with e
Lhe required inuformiation. WVe htavo '
ul roady pli. -hied thle it ems of lie
evy, as copied frein the Phcoaix, but
se canet discern which are lawful . a
tmd just and which aire conceived in - I
raud and borni ini iiqu~ity,
WVe poor baekwoods peoplek have no 0
necans of asiertainin.g the villainy
liat is Cceeted in the Statte Capital, p
nd are compelled to acept the ac-.
ion of the legislatuarc as altogethem A
ovely, until our eyes are openied.
hat wve wish-is for seime one posted
ni these amatters to infourma us vwIh p
if the apparopriat ions are for ob'jects k
Cenlly coniceded to be p roper, and ec
whliich f.ir ,hj ecs about whose honest y
hero is sonin. doubt.
As thie I'n ion Tlortil Ihas lately C
biern poutriug hot shot into thme ,ranks e
> f the corrupltioist, we woulsg
:est t it expi)-e any f'aiuds that 30
liiy bei kmi9Wi. We ha:ve ever f
midcavoed to act in acecord ance
v ith .1 Iavy I>rookett'st maximt, "lHer
ure you arm right and -then
:o ahead.'' Weo wishi to do0 no- b
njust ice to ar.y onie, rind never assail wi
ionsmures or an individual without be
ieving we. have cause for 80 doing. thLi
lut i all .mattters, anld in this tax
ot especi illy, we atro ready to de.-w
ounce what is wrong. an,
Ini regard to the act in question wo lii
ill at present say tbat wo are op pa
used to it On the general grotind that i
is excesr ivo nnd anncsvoe..j ie
creall tb QbjeOts Of it' proi% MM
irfeotly piure and hoL testp the should I
i paid d.; ou i i m[sue I
rd to pay. ll. e: MU0 iore reas 1*1'
en in refulilig to pay theml when
ey,. .. 2.kig
We are perfectly well Satisfics
I ra ita le purposes.
Iut *1811,000 for the Judicial iad
Ccoutivo dopartmotas.is ,top t.nmoh.
a.ilshtiid be' rt du(4:ad. ^ Tben'",1),'
ire bhiould r% .r.ivA. The $140,000!
, ,titest (ill the&. lio debt, we'
resumae is 116t tod ll)u -h, but of this
(,atitlot ep-I;k positively, as We
Ive Oever beenl tale to a1e rta1 i
hat the debt relly is. '1 bel we,
ive the usual ex4rbitant appropria
oil for pa i.itig, $o,o0o for' thl,
1r aid defici niuies of 1871 a
r0,000 f--r dtioietiesi of 1873-.;
w ill bo eln.elibered that prilit.ilg
ia lreayl v a s..re-6 a milliou o
e peop '.- 1:o11ey.
Thenl comie tlho e 11. by 11claiint' CA,
373 .1, for ilich $60,000 are ap
ropria ed. About twenty per cent.
this would probably be full com
nsation for bervices thus ndered.
hou *120,0 -A are devotea to utnpaid
ppropriatirans cf lait ye.r. . The
ppropriation of $50,0OU for debts
r the .Lumitic Asylum is proper,
rovided Ilie (bt tquals thi,
mouit. T11. apprupriation a two
fths of a mill fur the Orphan Asy
im and Not ata 1 Sliool al o Uappear
IrOper. A hout the one fifth (if a
ill appropriated for iutcrest on the
,gricullur4l College boads, we fa)
othing, -xcecpt that thero has been
rave f.aid iin the mstter of thest
Olnds. 'Fle inevitable d liciencie:
f. 187-15 also claimia $1209J.O. 1A.
be6>itefls foot up a heavy" bil
gainst the people. Wivo have based
ur estimates t the asu mlpt i )fn thai
he' State . ownt $120,000,0)00 of
roperty. If there be n1.ore, the
.rious items will be correspondingly
In on)aclui ai, nbout a half mail -
iun of the tu*xs of next year will
e paid.on i"t.indebtedne-s. Thit
[ct itself i'iould urge Governor
,hamberlain .a veto the aet, and
ave with Lg,iblature the resp"nsi
ility of reta4ii.Ug it or. of passing at
ow one betfer suited to refur-i idea,
nd the pockets of the people. Let
overnor ChambeainL-a iiflict a
st iiging veto" upon this act and bet
zill be sustainAed by the pe-op)le.
Statistics showing the fearful r.or
ality among the negro ponlati,n are
atusing mucha talk at the North
'here is a lot of stuff written to ex
lain this matter, but thae simapla
ruth is that the boon of freedomu ii
lae blacks was thae begin nintg of thae
tactical extermnination of the race
r the United St ates.
A Loliton Persotnal.
TheC following nadvertisem<-.nt l:ate
y a; pea red in the LiAveapool Pst .
If' the hldy who struck a gentlemaan.
n thae head with he'r umabrella for!
rotrinag her dress, on U 1ld street, on
W'edniesdlay Iast , will seat dIhera ad,
ress to A. 1., pio,toflice, C'arlish.,
lae wvill hoar somtrath ing that will
Thle coinlerientr Elcetlin.
There is mourning in thte Whaite
louse to-daty, andl Republ icanas tare
ad nad soleman over the the Conniaecti
ut eleotion, 'vhilo Demtocrtats tire
abilant. Thela latter would htave
alt no chagrina hail thec Deatocracy
f thec Nutmeg Stato held their own
atmply ; but a gaint of two Congress.
ten, with increased tmajorities
liroughaout the State, in the facee of
he superhuman eff'orts-of thte Radi
ails, anad thecir feverisha expenditrae
f mioney, is a suarprisinag victory.
'ho lleptublioants wero beaten at all
Jildge Who Vo Ild Appreciate the Clr.
A Lancastor, S3outh Catrolinra,
olygamtis-t was cer tenaced' in thec
d lowinag words: "J amtes Miartin, the
>urt Is credably inaformed thant
out have six wiives now living int
a ucaster' Countty. Thla lawv does
at tolerate sauch a monopoly, but the
ourt recognizes, as a mnitigatinag cir
tfmstance an your ease, tho fact that
~au d well.'in this viast solitude, end
Atatay thereby htave boon im11press.
I with theo belief tat you live in
ittr iarchtal timeias, and m,ay thtus
ave -multiplied your maarritages to
lieve thielonolines of the situation.
[te court, therefore, imnposes upont
u -the tildest senatenee permittedl
the statute, one maonth for caeha
fe."-Dctroit Free P.scss.
Judge Mackey is responsible for
is umaque sentence. -
Mi,s E~ast man, of Boston, speaks of I
yes as buighat as buttons on an
gels underolothaing." It iis a startI-]
g comparison, and thec molanohol y
rt of it is the suaggost'ion that wec
lows have got to bie troublbd withI
ttin over thaere as well as over
r u .-- Roehanser n..,n,.....,a.
n it ted lot lo h,oeplo a com(Rttutional
noient o ding &r 6e meeting
if 1 bod 1. in) a
A T. S! var oned Pi Sot, 00
ro a pain'ing forty fe -t l tig,' and
jV0' bino then he makes it a
tM'Wry-'Yg1t 'and thorning of
Lilijsp)f: "Y'.y i y.U
a i eriea."
A Vatorford corro pon<lent of the
I;roy Whig wriftes: "J: ) uppin iII o
h Y.oung Ment's re,diag ownmm ti
,ther eviaip, we were rather sur.
men 1110 pla,i ig -rad-w. pok* r fu.ry Alual .s.
And thee he mop,. No kt t w .rd
's to who wor. Now, wht kihd of
30rr'sp. ndelce i, tIh t I
O. Tuluisday evenintg 6 hinst., 'n
City of Now York, 0 k"T. W.\. 1).
(lIlKEN, of WinuS om., . C., to
MI88i IGEOJ~.H.. nughter ol J. B.
ila wson, Xtl ','of N is ork
OF EVERY KIAND FROM
RUIST and FERR111Y.
"6jVPiver Ski" Oni1on Sets f-r sale -at the
DRUG STORE OF
W. E. AIKEN,
1uck Eye Bee 1'iye
And oth Trap.
C JONNNO c C LOWN EY & CO., proprio
/ tiis ior lhe atiie l s o Fs ito ii d antai
Ibwster, offer IPa',sa IItchtN to mik
1at 11.40 (lie SAU1aI it Nft n JiVe 0lye
3 1 0 04. A p1ly n lt once ra d be ready I(
:acuse 1h1 f1irst aw1arna.
nir i10t) n sinsboro . C.
WE AIE STILL
S T OCK O F
Dress Goods, Clothing
thaeir raptid saile.
We invite anU examlina:tioni o
WVe hafve just rcCeiv
((d a new~~ supply1)
LONG CLOTHS &c
Sugar, CofTee, N. 0. Molasse(
W. H. Flenniken & Co.
mairch 1 t
DIR EC T
3 IUhds. N. 0. Clari4ied
Sugar, 10 JBbls. IN. O). Molass
A for'mer lot of' thi'-se goodls
iave givon general satisfatction
(live 'Themi a Trial.
nIwrvT 1u1nn & SO
xron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect.
Ri Solution of the Protoxitd of
Iro. Is so combined as to haava
the chavacter of an allment, as
easily digesteed and asslinilate<l
With thO blood as the SiMPlC89
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitatizing
A gent, Ivon in the blood, and
cues' a thoisan tI ills," simply
by Toin g up,Ii vigor-atiny antit
italizll the System. The en
vi'ched and vitalized blood per
acates ccevy part of the bodly,
repairing danages aned waste,
scarching out mnoi-bid secre-.
tions, anld leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derfld success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic War
rhon, Boils, Nervous Affecti
Chills and 'cvers, Humtjo
Loss 'of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Hidieys - and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and aI Idiseases originating in
a bad statle of the blood, or ac
conmpanied by debility or a lo<o
8fatoof the systenm. 3eingfrca
from Alcohol, in any f1or-m., its
energlzing eJ'Ccts arm not Jo
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are per)manent, infu
sing strength, vigor-, and nezo
life into tll parts of the systemg,
and building up an Iron Con
Thousands h ave been Changed
by the use of this renedy, frola
weak, sickly, sulering crea
tuoes, to srong, healthy, (ud
happy mien d Wvomnav; and
invalids cannot reasonably ies
Ptate to give it a t-ial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SY R UP blown in the glass.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. I M1 im Place, noston.
801,n n1Y Dn,001.ATH OLNERAL.,
Order l'oi (eneral Meeting or
Ill Ihe I)i; lioll Colurl (f t Uit' 14 11iedl I Ir .4
ftr lite Wrestevrn llis(riktof:-( h Ca o
[it he min vi- Cie f Ino Cfav
Cn ar1111. Btank:ruipl ij l n e iy
N0Ml'' ki herebyv "iven (1ha11a gener
X al ileev;isw -1*11l k1elr*d1 o . o u i
03tWikrlipt will he hel-.11 h -fi of* 1h0
Iiti %%. I l' soun . legiste*r in l iak
rlwpty, ill Yorkville. S11i-h1 CIlarolil-, in
4:lid district oil 114te 90h iaty f1 * April,
Alnio 1) .11iiimo e 11hou11andi eIghl h1undre1C-1
:1111 seveltly Iii-, for 1e10 pil e n1.4 a.d
(inhe twenij -evo-n1Ih Seel loll of h 11 t. k
rupit et of .lre!i 2, 1867.
Ansignpe of 'st. of C les Cahli eart,
iar 23-h aw2w In upt,
41.o r cole 0
L pj' iesnde (ed. Io fic Morning
- fFNalaoy et ted
theiracconais n i o A pril i l; ilI be re
lied credit elireafter.
april OtG . Prop)rieter.
It ek l1a ind.
and luhicet.. N-ild and A .XOs, (tlli
(2.,1 1 u i IIIII S..w1 2. for il,%. l
%% 4 i t, Ir (-,. C 212I~ Iilt
G. :I 1 . rtu. ,. 11i ehvl Tti b.
ook Pler& -
1 Ta-ree P Inll.ohia Vice
. 1'5 rels assorild Ei"ilg IInd- Pl lil
'or Sale low for Cash.
Pac-iges of NEW MACK11O.
in 1:rrels,hiIf :Id q1rt0r Biar
rels, K i t 1 1 , : , n-Il Cx r tmu r
ber 1, 1ESS
323 S,.eks (f fre.h gr-imnd FL )JI.
I'll size.s 11nid grades fromi the
Granite Mill-is AnuILsta C;,.
A fit 11 stock of o G loerie. Provision.,
n"r Is I 1'11 1tat imn Suppl I Iievs, alI
of which will be ,old at thev
lonwest pricez fur CASH.
BEATY 11R0 & SON.
VV31. mi. Li, .
ATTOR1.G0Y AND CO'NSEl.1.OR1 AT I A\
Rioom N"'. (", 4vecol F!ir,
-N'Fil' L/' I FE 'l JsUAA1 P I'l/I?N
Ctir..t-r Hclietr eipnimill W ,.hhngton 'Strerte,
COLUIM1A. 8 C.
fV y" O 1 i% pIa'elicO in Fairfield
S . tit
X 'tt tilo III vII i.211 ' b iilii.li
W'H are agents Ifmr a hlag- Now Yor
W T TEIA 0A' i 1' Ul,a hve -n4w
hIIIan lGlnpowdier anld Ylvingl IIy4,.1 Tea
pia IIp inl onie 1b. na ld A 1b. 1 ln canli rms
wvarrimled fiM w.--ihtl ando to gi 4!aIS
-'aclionl or lthe purchase
Money Refunded !
Il.icji low. G ive 1 hem i t I ial.
)EATY ARO. & SON.
IN .BANKJ6 UPT1'Y.
b Westerni Dhytrict of1 SouilI Caliljna - .8
a: Sp 'rtanhiiig ihe 1111h d1y -of Mbu-e]
A . ID. l875.
I Itl1 underigned( h2ereb1y gives notic1
i o hti' rp1i ('n21 mntiPl as1 As. ;i2e: I
of11 . 112. i '. F.!k ins tIf Alston, 1 in th c.in ly 1r
wtIiti saidl Iliilet who htas been' a11
b)y the Districi Cne; of2sa~ 1:litier.
mtarebi 17 .x3 A j2.11' I.
A d mIIinlistraitor's Sale.
ILuL be 22(1.1 on 21he l9uh daly
-u e ise, ih ( i 2 --1o2ni p erl y bo gi
I h Al .1. HAt.\W .,
Ad191'r. wi1th 'Ifill annetlxed.
.20 i Co l F. li. - 0am1on is I t h t th
chlims ag i IIsnid es .t wil prese
do elAi givn'r.0 einh ll nex
'111 Vogimb'n Ilci. . llc 1:( h, 1875.i1
LI e st. tit bo 211 1 .T rill, y 1122 il . e
constntl of' und Hoses ii~
sle l'riein wnn of g(ood tek iwii
doWl 0 ivey t21112 a ll n, 11
blg have0 also 1012 opeed ill Carringe rh
''and Waggo FniIbescty A"hiee o
la zoa wyi ll e rinhan neinrdl u%i
b Rgg lakes, stroeet,Calgeston's1 hlig
mau hr 30--- l l:I2 fiepthl1
d he inees f . . g ui,i