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Lexington-B. J. Hayes,
J. B. Allen, Chester.*
8. P. Kinard, Newberry C. H.
James Orant, Union.
TUc Way to Peace.
The following extract is taken from
a speech recently delivered at Day?
ton, Ohio, by Hon. C. L. Vnllandig
Depend upon it, gentlemen, no
party, whoso only cementing element
is a sympathy of hatred, can ever be
permanent iu power, or even in ex?
With large multitudes of men, this
spirit of hate was the controlling
motive throughout tho late civil war,
and has continued to govern them at
every step iu their efforts at recon?
struction. But with a smaller, yet
far more dangerous class of politi?
cians, the solo aim for tho last three
years has been the perpetuation of
Republican rule, through the negroes
of the South. To this basest of mo?
tives and purposes the publio good
and the pacification of the country
has been steadily sacrificed; and,
worse yet, all constitutional limita?
tion altogether disregarded. Signally
defeated in their efforts to establish
negro suffrage and equality in the
North an?pjWest, they have now im?
pudently in their platform proclaimed
that here eaoh State shall regulate
suffrage for itself, while at the South
the elective franchise shall be deter?
mined by the Congress of the United
States. Acting upon the double mo?
tive of hate and tho desire to main?
tain partizau supremacy, they have
disfranchised a large majority of the
white population of tho Southern
States, and conferred upon the ne?
groes, by Act of Congress, the right
to vote; and then, at the point of tho
bayonet, have proceeded to establish
seven State Governments, controlled
by negroes or white adventurers
meaner than they-mere sojourners,
birds of passage, and very foul birds
at that; and have gone through the
farce of admitting them into tho
Union, and to the right of representa?
tion in the Senate and the House,
and full vote in the Electoral College
for President. In this manner, gen?
tlemen, they expect to control the
legislation and tho elections of the
country. And these ignorant, brut?
ish negroes of South Carolina and
Florida, and the other States, do
now make laws and levy taxes and
create publio debt for you, white men
of Ohio; and they expect to over?
rule your choioe for President.
Yes, gentlemen, under these Re?
publican Reconstruction i^cts, en?
forced by an army for which you pay
heavy taxes out of your hard earn?
ings, half a million of negroes in
South Carolina, reinforced by some
thousands of adventurous white
loafers from the North and West,
will control aa many electoral votes
as a million of white men in Ohio.
Aye, and at this present moment the
"Governor," so-called, of that State,
elected by negroes, under an Act of
Congress, and through the aid of
5S|Cr army, ia a citizen of Ohio,
having a legal settloment here; so
that if he would become a pauper
and South Carolina is very poor now,
and no longer able to enrich her |
eatraps-the proper township in the
County of Henry, in this State, could
be compelled to maintain him as a
publio charge. And, moreover, Gen.
Willard Warner, a noble confrere of
his from Ohio, has, I observe, just
boen elected a United States Senator
These aro the doings of the Repub?
lican party, and, if not marvelous in
your eyes, they aro at least costly to
your pockets. These are a part of
the blessings over which the Chicago
platform exults, and a continuance,
and, indeed, a multiplication of
' which they promise upon the election
of General Ulysses S. Grant.
Now, gentlemen, suppose for a
moment that the case were roversed,
and that the South had waged a suc?
cessful war of conquest against you
here in the West, and had compelled,
by force and arms, the introduction
of slavery here, and you surrendered
in good faith, under pledge and
promise of all other rights within tbe
Union, under the Constitution ; and
that, when you had no further power
to resist, a Southern Congress had,
at the point of the bayonet, forced
Constitutions, Governments and
laws upon you against your wiii, and
that victorious and insolent South
Carolina had sent up here the meali?
est and basest of her vagabond
"sand hill" citizens, with carpet-bags
in their hands, to represent yon, the
once free white men of Ohio, in the
Senate and House at the Federal
capital, and to usurp tho places once
filled by tho Morrows, the McLeans,
the Corwins, the Ewings, the Hamers
and the Allens of this glorious com?
monwealth, what would have beon
the emotion of wrath and indignation
which would have burned within
your bosoms? And yet to just such
indignities are South Carolina and
"Virginia and their sister States of
the "Old Thirteen," scorched and
scarred all over with tho flames of
the war of 1776, subjected by tho
falso and degenerate sons of New
England sires, who stood shoulder to
shoulder by them in that grand revo?
lutionary conflict, which, in blood
and suffering and with precious trea?
sures, first bought us our liberties.
Ah! but "these men are now rebels
and traitors, and you, tho Democra?
cy, received them with open arms
and gushing heurts to your recent
Presidential Convention." Thunk
God, wo did, and by nono v?ero they
hailed with moro cordial welcome
than by, not the bloodless, though
blood-thirsty, homo loyalists of tho
war, but by tho gallant and noble
heroes, the Hancocks, tho Franklins,
the Ewings, the Blairs, tho Slocnms
and the Stcedmans, who had met
them in deadly conflict amid the
sulphurous canopy and shock of
battle. We mean to have peace,
instead; wo intend to restore the
Union, in fact; and to-day wo know
these men only as friends, fellow-citi?
zens and brothers-the descendants
of tho Washingtons, tho Lees, tho
Hamptons, the Sumters, the Marions
and Prestons, tho Haynes, the Lau?
rens and others, who, side by side,
stood with tho Hancocks, tho Adams,
the Starks, the Putnams, the Gates
and the Waynes of tho North in the
heroic revolutionary struggle of '7G,
or with their sons and grand-sons in
the latter conflict of 1812, or tho
Mexican war of 184G-Americans all,
whose fame is the patrimony of the
wholo country. This is peace; this
is union; this alone is the blessed
vision of the seers and prophets of
an n?e gone by. One Constitution,
one country, ono destiny!
SCIENCE ADVANCES_AS SOON
as an article purporting to bo of utility
bas becu tested, and its merits endorsed
by public opinion, unprincipled parties
endeavor to replenish their depleted
purses by counterfeiting and substituting
a spurious for the gonuine article. Some
time since, mercury, in tho disguise of
pills, powders, Ac, was given for all dis?
eases of the stomach and liver, v> hilo qui
nino was freoly administered for the
chills. At length, HOSTETTER'S STO?
MACH BITTERS mado its advent, aud an
entire new system of healing was inaugu?
rated. The beneficial effects of thia valu
ablo preparation wore at onco acknow?
ledged, and mineral poisons suffered to
sink into that obscurity to which an en?
lightened age has consigned them. There
have been many spurious Bittora palmed
upon tho community, which, after trial,
have been found perfectly worthless,
while HOSTETTER'S baa proved a bless?
ing to thousands, who owe to it their
restoration to health and strength.
For many years, wo have watched tho
steady progress of HOSTETTER'S STO?
MACH BITTERS in public estimation, and
its beneficent effects as a euro for all com?
plaints arising from tho stomach, of a
morbid nature, and wo aro froo to say
that it can bo reliod upon aa a certain
relief and remedy. Its proprietors havo
made tho above preparation, after years of
careful study and sitting, and uro now
rt.aping tho reward claimed by this valua?
ble specific, and which they BO richly
merit. It is tho only preparation of the
kind that is roliablo in all cases, and it
therefore demands tho attention of tho
afflicted._Aug 1 f
"MANHOOD."-Anolhor Now Medioal
Pamphlet from tho pon of Br. Curtis. Tho
Medical Times Bays of this work: "This
valuable, treatiso on tho cause and euro of
premature declino shows how health is
impaired through Beeret abuses of youth
and manhood, and how oasily regained. It
gives a clear synopsis of the impediments
to marriage, tho cause and effects of ner?
vous debility, ?nd tho remedies therefor."
A pocket edition of tho above will bo for?
warded on receipt of 25 Cente, by ad?
dressing Doctor Curtis, No. 189 F street,
Washington, D. 0. May 27 ly
5BOXES Choice Pine Apple CHEESE,
10 boxea Choice Gloucester Cheese.
For sale by GEORGE 8YMMEBS.
Mackerel and Blue Fish.
5HALF BARRELS LARGE NO. 3
3 bbls. No. 1 Bay Mackorel,
3 bbls. Lake Superior Blue Fish.
For salo by GEORGE SYMMERS.
?)pr BAGS FAIR RIO COFFEE. For
?'J sale low to dealers.
June 14 E. A G. D. HOPE.
-I f\f\ LBS. Pure Spanish SMOKING
100 IbB. Lone Jack Smoking Tobacco.
For sale low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
FULTON MARKET BEEF,
Choice Goshen Butter,
Young America Cheese,
Choice Breakfast Bacon Strips,
Powdered Sugar, Ac.
For sale low bv GEO. SYMMERS.
Attention Architects and Surveyors.
THE subscriber has on band for sale at
a low price, a fine COMPASS, CHAIN,
T SQUARE and DRAUGHT BOARD. An
carly call will secure a bargain.
Joly 81 W\_T. WALTER.
Raisins, Figs, &c.
?)pr BOXES Layer RAISINS, tine order.
25 Half Drums choice Smyrna FIGS,
(.dozen Assorted JELLIES.
3 dozen Canton GINGER. For sr.le by
July 20 E. St G. D. HOPE.
-i i\ DOZ. Crosse Sc Blackwell's English
JU J PICKLES, CHOW-CHOW and 1TC
20 dozen American PICKLES, Capers,
Pickled Lobstor, Pine Apples in glass and
cans, Ac. For sale by E. Sc G. D. HOPE.
5BBLS. Exton's Trenton BUTTER
10 boxes Edinburg Crackers,
10 boxes Coffee Crackers,
15 boxes Jumbles,
15 boxes Soda Crackers,
5 boxes Tea Cakes.
For salo by GEORGE SYMMER8.
THE MORRIS COTTON GIN.
THE subscriber would inform Planters
that ho has commenced the GIN
business again, and can ?11 a fow orders.
Thoso in want of Gins would do well to
speak early, as a limited number will bo
made. Price $3.50 per saw. Terms cash
or city acceptance. E. MORRIS.
Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips,
AND FINE GOSHEN CHEESE,
at G. DIERCKS.
Sugars on hand. July 18
5BBLS. FRESH KEROSENE OIL for
sale low, by tho barrel, or at retail, by
July 19_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
HIGHLY PERFUMED ENGLISH HO?
Highly Perfumed Variegated Soap,
Chemical Olive Soap.
For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
July 24 _
Cuba and Muscovado Molasses.
-I HHDS. of prime quality, for Bale
1\J low by E. & G. D. HOPE.
Ale and Porter.
t f\ CASKS Jeffrey's Edinburg ALE.
JAJ 5 casks English PORTER. For sale
by_ E. A G. D. HOPE.
BBLS. SODA BISCUIT.
*' Sugar Crackers.
" Ginger Schnapps.
" Butter Crackers.
A160, Fancy Crackers, Egg Biscuit,
Cream Biscuit, Nonpareil Biscuit, Ac, for
Balo by _ _J. St T. R. AGNEW.
~ THOMAS & BELL,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
ALL work in tho department of mecha?
nical construction executed with
promptness and skill.
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.
Scrofula, or icing's Evil, ia cured by
using Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
TO THE LADIES.
STAMPING for EMBROIDERY, BRAID?
ING and FLUTING, all on tho most
reasonable terina, bv
MRS. M. C. WALTER,
July H lino Next to tho Central Hotel.
Gullett's Patent Steel Brush
COTTON ginned on thia GIN, sold in
Charleston, last season, at ono to two
cents por pound moro than tho same class
of Cotton ginned on the ordinary Gins of
tho country. This statement is certified
by twenty-flvo of tho principal factors aud
buyers in Charleston. Prico $6 per Saw,
for cash or city acceptance. Send for a
Circular. C. GRAVELY,
No. 52 East Bay,
South of the Old Post Office,
Charleston, S. C.
BRIN LEY'S PATENT PLOUGHS, and a
full stock of Hardwaro and Agricultural
Implements, for salo low, wholesale and
rotail._Joly 9 eow 6
ALL claims against the estate of J. H.
LEE, deceased, will bo handed in,
proporly attested, and all persons indebted
to tho estate wiU please make payment to
Mrs. M. E. LEE, Administratrix, or to H.
G. QUERRY, Agent. Juno 17 w9
The (So-Called) Legislature of South
fnrollim-Status and Color.
The foUowiug is behaved to be a correct
list of tho individuals at present holding
high conrt in Janney'e Hall, and called
tho Legislature. The Districts (or Coun?
ties) which they claim to represent have
not been specified, from the simple fact
that many of the so-called hail from very
remote points. If wo havo accidentally
made a black man white, or vice versa, wo
hope tho unintentionally slandered indi?
vidual will inform us at once, so that the
correction can bo made. Those who arc
known to be Democrats are marked with
Boozer, L., Pres't, Hayes, E. 8. J.
Arnim, Frank Jillson, J. K.
Allen, James M. Leslie, 0. P.
.Buok, H. Montgomery, C. W.
.Bieman, D. Owens, Young J. P.
Corbin, D. T. Rutland, J. M.
Coghlan, T. J. ?Reid, J. H.
Dickson, E. E. Rose, W. E.
Donaldson, R. J. 7 Rodgers, T. A.
Duncan, H. W. *Sims, R. M.
.Foster, Joel Whittemore, B. F.
Hoyt. Wi R.
Cain, R. H. Rainey, J. H.
Hayne, H. E. Swails, S. A.
Maxwell, H. J. Wright, J. J.
Nash, YV. B. Wimbush, Lucius
Randolph, B. F. *Young, valentine
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Berry, B. F. McIntyre, George F.
?Bullock, Zadoc *Moore, John B.
.Bryant, Javan Milford, T. B.
Colline, Wm. S. Martin, James
.Clyburn, T. Frauk Miller, Franklin F.
Crews, Joseph Mixson, W. J.
Dennis, John B. Neagle, J. L.
Dusenborrv, George O'Connell, P. J.
Duvall, Lewis W. Pettengill, Chari s H
.Doyle, O. M. Root, T.
DoMars, Francis *Sloan, Frank
.Field, Wm. T. *Stowart, Wm. G.
Feriter, John H. Stoober, E. M.
Hayes, Evans Stoibrand, Carlos J.
Holliman, G. *Smith, Robert M.
Hyde, John B. Toralinaon, Reuben
Jenks, Joseph H. Tinsley, Samuel
Jackson, B. P. *Turner, Claude C.
Kuh, Charles S. "Waller, W. W.
.Keith, W. C. * Wilson, John
.Lowie, G. A. Wooley, John
Lang, Jordan Webb, Henry W.
.Littlejohn, Sam. Moses, F. J., Jr., Spr
Bosoman, Bcnj. A. Leo, Samuel J.
Bennett, George A. Mayer, Jubus
Brodie, Wm. J. Morrison, Wm. C.
Brown, Stephen McKinlay, Wm.'
Burton, Barney McKinlay, W. J.
Boston, John Mickey, Edward
Boston, Joseph McDa?iels, Harry
Bishop, W. A. Mobley, June
Cain, Lawrence Mays, James P.
Cain, Edwin J. Mead, J. W.
Cooke, Wilson Nelson, Wm.
Chestnut, John A. Nash, Jonas W.
DeLarge, Robert C. Nucklcs, Samuel
DrifHo, Wm. Purvis, H. W.
Elliott, R. B. Perrin, Wade
Ezekiel, Philip E. Prendegrass, Jeff.
Farr, Simon Ransier, Alonzo J.
Gray, Wm. H. W. Richardson, Thos.
Gardner, John Rush, Alfred
Grant. John G. Rivers, Prince R.
Goodson, .Esop Stubbs, T. B.
Harris, David Smalls, Robert
Hayne, Charles D. Smith, Abraham
Hayne, James N. Saunders, Sancho
Humphries, Barney Shrowsberry, H. L.
Hutson, James Smythe, Powell
Henderson, James Sasportas, T. K.
Johnson, D. J. J. Simons, Wm.
Johnson, Henry Smiley, James
Johnston, Wm. E. Scott, Robert F.
Johnson, Samuel Thompson, Benj. A
Johnson, Griftin Thompson, Sam. B
Jacobs, Honrv Thomas, W. M.
James, Burrel 'Valentine, R. M.
James, Henrv Wilder, Charles M.
Jones, Wm. H. Whipper, W. J.
Jervey, Wm. White, J. H.
Lomax, Hutson J. Wright, John B.
David H. Wvnnov James Campbell, el u:
et al., vs. Martha C. Wynu, Administr
trix, et al. Bill for partition or rc
( ' H t ;L t ('
PURSUANT to tho order in this cae
the Creditors of tho Estate of
Wynn are hereby required to render ai
prove their doniands before me, on
before tho 10th of Angust next.
D. B. DKSAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
_ July 0. 1SC8._July ll j
Simon Younginer and Drury Nuunamaki
Administrators, ns. Jemima Smith, et
Bill to marshall assets, salo, iujuuciic
PURSUANT to the decretal order
this case, tho Creditors of the Esti
of Peter B. Smith, deceased, arc hore
required to render aud provo their c
mauds before mo. on or beforo tho 10th
August next. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
July ?J, 1?G8. C. E. R. D
Wade Hampton Gibbes, Washington Alst
Gibbos, executors, vs. Marv L. Singlet!
James G. Gibbes et al.-Bill to He'd R
Estate, Marshall Assets, dc.
IN pursuanco of decretal ordor in abc
stated caso, tho creditors of R.
GIBBES, sr., docoased, aro hereby requit
to presont and provo their demands L"?f(
mo, on or beforo tho 1st day of Oe'ol
next. D. B. DESAUSSUEE, C. E. R. D
Tho Theological Seminary of tho Evani
lical Lutheran Church of South Cari
na and adjacent States rs. Mary
Blanding, Executrix of Bimbel Blai
lng, deceased. Bill for relief.
PURSUANT to the decretal order
this case, the Creditors of tho Esti
of Shubel Blanding, deceased, are hon
required to render and provo their i
mands before me on or before the Isl
October next. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
July 9.1809. 0. E. B. D
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PINE TREE CORDIAL.
WISHART'S PINE TREE TAR COR?
DIAL, for Consumption, Ac.
Stafford's Olive Tar, for Bronchitis,
Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry.
Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne fl Carmina?
Ayor'a Chery Pectoral,
Stanley's Great Cough Remedy,
The famous Quaker Liniment!
All for sale bv
FISHER A HEINIT8H,
BACON MOLASSES, &c.
5 hhds. Primo Lacon Shoulders,
G casks First Quality Orango Hams,
150 sacks Country Flour,
15 hhds. Cuba and Muscovado Molasses.
For sale low for cash only by
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Furtfies the Blood,
Vor Sale by Druggists Everywhere,
July 21 IllTlyr
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