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Otarles H; Simonton, of Ohur?est?ti:
GSErtwuk? October 8,. ti
MY PsAjj SIB: B?jae time since your [
letter asking ???opini?n aa, to the Be-J
form movement ih. our Statereaohed me,' I
and whilst reasons both of ? poblio and !
??Zitate, J character have, restrained mei
rom taking ap aotive part io the canvass |
v?b?oh baa grown ont of this movement,
I hove novor h?d'the slightest hesitation
aa to tho course I should j pursue, nor re
luotatjca in , fl*nrAR?in?ir
BY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBIA, 8. C.. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1870.
, j The many friend?, (beta colored apd white,
of JOHN TffitOAjNf Ja.,1 respiotfully nomi
Ti'ato bim for the office of PROBATE JUDGE
of Richland County, J iC . Oct 13'
?o Republican Voters , c? l?cIilas? Co.
' THE following candidatos for County Of?
ficers of Richland aro respectfully submitted
to the people for their consideration! Believ?
ing that tho mapee H aro opposed to tbe action
of the (so-called) County Convention; hold in
Columbia on the 22d, 28d July, the same being
not legal; and that while they heartily sun*
Sort tho nomination by tho Convention of B.
:. Scott, for Governor, and A. J. Ranaler, for
LientBnant.fln?Min? ?? ? ?*-?-" *"
-. - .-m - , .-...p.. wv. . ?JJ J 11IDUUO
what that ooaree would be. Whatever
differences of opinion may have existed
among tho honest ci ti zena pf the State as
to tho- beat moda of redressing the griev?
ous evi^a ander which they have labored
for the last fow years, there were and
Aonld .h? ??ne as to. the existence of
- chose evita, and of the vital necessity of
making a vigorous effort to reform
- them. It waa this conviction on tho
part of our people which gave birth to
and now lends impetus to the Reform
mov?m?nt., It waa this which induced
tho originators of this movement, if I
estimate their motives correctly, to make
an earnest und patriotic struggle to
rese?e the State from those who ore dis?
gracing her hitherto proud name and
dragging her tc ruin. No aim can be
higher? no object worthier than this,
and though the means adopted to accom?
plish the parp?se are not such aa I
should have suggested, I sympathize too
fully with the object in view, to with?
hold any assistance in my power from
those whose motives are the same aa my
own and whose judgement may be bet?
ter. If this movement baa for its Role
parp?se, what I truat it has, the redemp?
tion of our State, the nominees of the
Beform party should command the sup?
port of , every true son of hers. Thc
effort to save the State deserves success,
even should it fail to. win it, and aa I
have not yet made it the chief artiole in
my political creed, that success can
sanotlfy a cause that is wrong, or justify
apostaoy from, one that is right, I regard
it aa my duty to support the candidates
of the Reform party. Believing that
they are moving in the right direction, I
shall not, from mere pride of opinion,
refuse to accompany them, because they
have taken a different road from the one
I should have chosen. I cannot vote
for the nominees of the Republican party,
because, to quote the emphatic though
ungrammatical language of one whose
high official position in that parto,makes
him an authoritative exponen^g S -true
condition, aa hie political chawR, ?-ren?
ders him a fit type of its officials, ? n some
of ita departments, retrenchment and
reform is, doubtless, greatly needed.
Some of its offices are filled by incompe?
tent and corrupt men, who should be
driven from the high places they occupy,
More economy In the appropriation ami
disbursement of public money should bt
practiced." Because their nominee foi
Governor is, to my certain knowledge,
false and treacherous; because this par M
is notoriously corrupt, vonal and profli
gate, and because, in opinion, any nntiv<
white citizen of South Carolina win
votes for that ticket will cover himsel
with deserved disgrace. I can wei
understand how honest and true mei
may doubt as to the propriety of tb?
Reform movement, and question tin
soundness of its platform, but I canno
comprehend how any South Oaroliniai
can identify himself with a set o
adventurers and plunderers,, who hav<
made the government of his Stat
what an influential radical paper ha
justly characterized aa "a disgrace t
civilization," and I am nnoharitabl
enough to believe that noue will d
so, except such as have been, or ex
peet to be, paid for forming an allianc
whioh they must feel ia disgraceful,
could aa readily be persuaded that Bene
diet Arnold acted from consciention
motives, and in good faith to his coin:
trymen, as that any true son of Bout
Oarolina who venerates the ancient hone
of his State, who is jealous of her pac
fame, and desirous of her future welfare
eould, from patriotic impulse, affili?t
with men whose only tie to bind thei
to our State ia the "cohesive power c
publio plunder." Some of the recei
converts to this new faith-that fait
whose cardinal doctrine it io that th
strongest side is always right-may boai
of their devotion to their State, and, (
proof, point to the scars they havo r<
oeived in her defence; but to these I be
to commend a reply once made to th
same patriot Arnold, who asked a fri?n
what the Americans would do with hi
if he w?B captured. "They would btu
the leg which was wounded in their se
vico with military honors and hang tl
rest of your body," wa8 the prompt ac
suitable answer. Unfortunately for 01
State, this wholesome discipline cauni
be administered to the patriots of th
same stamp among ns, who parade thc
patriotism while they are selling the
country;but it is in the power, as it is tl
duty of every honorable man, to trc
them with the scorn their treachery :
richly morita. Let them find, if the
oan, in tho price for whioh they ha
sold themselves and their kindred, coi
pensation for the loss of their own se
respect and tho esteem of all honorai
men. "The ox knoweth its owner, at
the ass his master's crib." Tho fow wi
have joined the runks of tho enemies
their State in this supreme hour
her trial, can neither give character
the party to which they have alli
themselves, or weuken that which th
have deserted. Their desertion shoe
but stimulate those who are hones
working for a reformation of abuses,
renewed exertions. Even if the nor
nees of the Beform party should be e
feated, an event which seems now ru
unlikely, infinite good will result to 1
State by Bending honest men to the 3
gislature, and, in any case, it is far b
ter to fail in a good cause than tosucce
in an evil ono. It baa been said tl
as the nominations of both parties i
alike in presenting a Republican to 1
people na candidate for Governor, . no
real difference exists between the two
tiokots. Is this the cnao? It ?B trne that
Judge Carpenter is, like Governor Scott,
a Republican, bnt does that moko them
alike in all other respects? The bar of'
Charleston, composed of gentlemen of
the highest standing and ebaraoter, bave
borne willing testimony to the ability,
the impartiality and the integrity of
Judge Carpenter. Can an equal number
of gentlemen of like respectability in our
State be found to endorso the official
oharaoter of R. K. Scott? Can one do
cent man bs found to do so? But ad?
mitting, for the sake of argument, that
the nominees of the respeotive parties
for Governor are on a par-a supposi?
tion whioh does gr?as injustice to Judge
Carpenter, and is too extravagant to
gain credence from even the most
bigoted of radicals-does the nomination
of the Reform party for Lieutenant
Governor present- no higher claims cn the
people of South Carolina than that of
the Republican? Of the Republican
candidato for Lieutenant-Governor, I
know but little. It is his misfortune,
however, to be in bad company. He
was an influential member of the last
Legislature, perhaps the most corrupt
that has ever sat in the United Bluies,
and so far from endeavoring to prevent
or expose corruption, he is using every
effort to oontinue the rule of those who
have plundered the State and degraded
On the other hand, the Reform ticket
is honored by one of the noblest historio
names of our State; a name whioh comes
to us covered with glory from the days
of the revolution; whioh shone bright
among the brightest on the plains of
Mexico, and which has received addi?
tional lustre by being borne by that
heroic eon of Carolina, M. C. Butler.
All classes of our people, white and
colored, who are opposed to misrule,
dishonesty and corruption, are vitally
concerned in breaking down this dan?
gerous monopoly, by which a few venal
foreign adventurers, aided by their baser
native white allies, are systematically
plundering the State and bringing her
name into disrepute among all honest
men. The candidates of the Reform
party have this end in view, and to the
full accomplishment of this happy result
I cordially wish them God speed. My
best wishes for the attainment of this
object go with them, nor shall I let any
difference of opinion on my part as to
the expediency of the means they are
using, prevent my extending to them a
hearty support. I am, very respectfully
and truly, yours,
Con. CHAS. H. SIMONTON.
A Chapter of Facts-Space i.-i valuable in
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this advertisement to condenso a variety of
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What this groat restorative will do mnst be
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It is really a valuable medicino-it is used
by many physicians.-Postan Traveler.
I havo used Davis' Pain Killer, and consider
it an indispensable articlo in the medicine
.MU. It has effected cures in diarrhtca, and
for cuts and bruises it is invaluable.
[ Nein York Examiner.
Spoken of in terms of high commendation
ljy both Druggist and Phj *ician.
There is no medicine 1 value so highly as
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Known almost universally to bo a good
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but for various summer complaints.
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THE ViTALT??S^a harmless
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Thin hair is thick?
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HAYING pat my machino in operation, I
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Kern oval o? Dental Office.
f\mm DR. D. L. BOOZER baa removed his
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ADELICIOUS FOOD, preparod from Sea
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For aale at HEINITSH'S
Sept 22t_Drug Store.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
?N the beat manner, hy flrat claaa workmen,
ENGRAVING finely exrentod.
Doo 16_WILLIAM GLAZE.
OF the Exeoutivo Committee of the Union
Reform Party ia over tho Savings Bank.
All persons friendly to the cause, will have
acceaa to the roi m at any tim? nf the day,
whore they can eeo the papers, and get thc
newa. Onice boura from from 9 to ll a. m.
and from 5 to 6 p. m. E. W. BEIBEI.S,
July 28_Seo, ana Tresa. Ex. Com.
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Railroad Contractor and Bridge Bail dei
COLV9IOIA, SOUTH CAROMHA.
DR. J. BEAD FIELD'S
?.WOMAN'S BEST FRIEND,"
WILL bring on tho Menses when they bavi
not been established, alao when the*
have beon suppressed Jrom unnatural causes
Will cure Rheumatism and Neuralgia ot thi
back and womb. Will cure Painful Menstrua
lion, and relievo the head, back and loins o
those distressing pains and aches. Will ched
Mtnorrhagia, or "excessive flow." Will cur
" Whiles." and falling of the womb, when it ii
the ret ult of relaxation or bad health.
It ia aa aura a cure in all the abovo dieeaaoi
aa Quinine ia in Chilla and Fever.
Ladlee can euro themselves of all the abov
diseases without revealing their complainte ti
any pereon, whioh ie always mortifying to thei
pride and modesty.
lt ia recommended and used by the bee
phyeiciauB in their private practice
For a history of tho abovo dibeaaea, ccrtifi
catea of ita wonderful eurea and direction
the reader ie referred to tho wrapper aroun
the bottle. Manufactured and auld by
BRADFIELD A CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Sold by all Druggists. Price $1.50.
TusKEor.E. Ai.A.. November21, 1869.
Mr. L. H. Bradfield-Sin: Please tor war
us, immediately, auothcr aupply of Bradfield'
Female Regulator. We find it to he all that i
claimed for it, and wo have witnessed the moe
decided and happy effect a produced by it. Ver
respectfully, HUNTER A ALEXANDER.
ATLANTA. GA.. December 29,18G8.
Dr. J. Bradfield-UKAH SIB: I take ploasui
in stating that sometime previoua to the lal
war, I used, with utmost success, on a aervat
Sirl, your Fi male Regulator, prepared then i
radfleld'a Drug Store, Weat Point, Ga. Bl
had been suffering eevcrcly from euppresec
menstruation, and thia medicine restored hi
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I willatate further, that I know of its heir
need, with equal success, in other eases. I <
not hesitate to endorse your preparation fi
tho pnrpoae for which you reconnu mend it.
Youra truly, JOHN C. WHITNER.
LAG BANGE. GA.. March 23, 1870.
Bradfield & Co., Atlanta-DEAB SIBS: Ital
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last twenty years, tho medicine yon are pt
ting up. known aa Dr. J. Bradfield'a Ferna
Regulator, and consider it the beat enmbin
tion ever gotten together for the diaeasea f
which it ie recommended. I have been 1
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and can honestly say that I consider it a hoi
to suffering females, and can but hope th
every lady in our whole land, who may bc at
raring in any way peculiar to their aex, m
be able to procure a bottle, that their suffi
inge may bo not only relieved, but that th
may be restored to health aud strength.
With my kindest regarda, 1 am respectful!"
W. B. FERRELL. M. D
ATLANTA, GA , March 12, 1870
I havo examined tho recipe of Bradfiel
Female Regulator, and from my knowledge
tho ingredients, believe it a moat excelh
Medicino, and woll auitod to that class of d
eases designated. X nave 110 hesitation in 1
vieing it? nae, and confidently recomment
to tho public. JOEL BRAN HAM. M. D
NEA it MABIETTA, GA., March 21, 1870
Messrs. William Root <? Son-GKNTLKM:
Some mont hs ago I bought a bottle of Bri
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used it in my family with tho utmost natisf
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NEAR MABIETTA, GA., March 21, 187t
Messrs. William Root& Son: About one y
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R?gul?t or from you, for ono of my daugbh
who had been suffering with suppres
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it is recommended. She is now in per
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Old and Wealthy Companies
AGGREGATE CAPITAL OVER
2Etna Fire Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD. CONN.
Chartered 1819-Charter Perpetual.
Imperial Fire Insurance Co. of London,
ASSETS $8,000,000 117 GOLD.
ja*Thie Company insures against Fireonty.
Ko Marino or Lifo risks taken, as in most Fo?
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Assets $1.200,000 in Gold.
49~Policies issued payable in Gold or
Knickerbocker Life Insurance Company
Of New York. Chartered 1853.
Tho abovo Companies have each mode the
deposit of South Carolina Stato Ronde, with
tho Comptroller-General of tho State, as re?
quired by tho Act of the G?nerai Assembly.
Tho undersigned has conducted tho busi?
ness of thia Agency for thc last twenty-one
years, during which period no caee of litiga?
tion with any claimant han ever occurred.
RISKS TAKEN IN COL UHR IA
UPPER COUNTIES OF THE STATE
All Claims for Loases
Adjusted and Paid
At THIS AGENCY,
GEORGE HUGGINS, AGENT,
Oftlco under the "Columbia Hotel,"
In roar of Messrs. Dnf?e <k Chapman's,
Columbia, S. C.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Rotary Public,
Aug 15 4m COLUMBIA, S. C.
_. w nvu no lUU
of H. B. Elliott, for the Third Congressional
Dist riot, yet they feel it as an nenrpation of
power by tho said (so-called) Convention, in
their having rando any County nominations,
and that they are not disposed to be dictated
tn by any chano or ring, who may assnmo
such power for their own aggrandizement;
and as they also believe in thc Republic* u
pri??iple of rotation in oflice. .
ROBERT K. SCOTT.
For Lieutenant-G ove mor,
ALONZO J. RANS!EB.
For Congress-Hard District*
ROBERT B. ELLIOTT.
REV. DAVID PICKETT.
JAMES J. GOODWYN,
A. G. WASHINGTON.
_ R. I. CANNON,_An g 25
Union Republican Nominations.
ROBERT K. SCOTT.
For Liruten ant-Governor.
ALONZO J. BANSIEB.
For Congress, Third Districts
ROBERT B. ELLIOTT.
WILLIAM B. NASH.
SAMUEL B. THOMPSON.
WILLIAM HUTSON WIGG.
NATHANIEL E. EDWARDS.
JOHN H. BRYANT.
JOHN J. GOODWIN.
C. M. WILDER, Chairman
Ang 24 Richland County Central Com.
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W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Raver;el. Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerk?, Widows, Or?
phans and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their innds until
they require them for .business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal representatives,) withing to lay
aside funds for future UBO. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
? hero they will rapidly accumulate, and, mi
thc same time, be subject to withdrawal when
needed. _ Aug 18
CHEAP CASH DRUG STORE.
?3. H. HEINITSH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST.
SUCCESSOR TO MSIIKH A UEINITSH.
At tho Old Established Stand, oppoeito thc
^HAYING made now and advantageous
BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS, tho
subscriber will bo enabled to offer very
great inducements to buyers. Goods well
bought aro well sold, and by energy and faith,
economy and cat>h, large dividends will bo
distributed to every purchaser, in the cheap?
ness of tho articles sold. "A new era" bas
begun, and all shall share in its advantages
hy buying their DRUGS and MEDICINES at
this well known and reliable Drug House.
Puro White Kerosene Oil,
Fresh Congress Water.
Castor Oil, Alcohol,
Sup. Carb Soda,
For salo low, bv Epsom Salts
Aug 27 E. H. HEIN1T8H, Druggist.
Fresh Arrivals. ?,
GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING TOBAC?
CO, direct from tho factory, tho great
Dalby Puff Smoking Tobacco, tho Sunnyside
Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco-tho best in tho
country-Mollers' Fig Chewing Tobacco, very
fine, just reoeived.
A full assortment, of choico WINES and LI?
QUORS always on band.
JOHN 0. 8EEGERS,
Main street, near tho Post Office, and Mila
street, ?ear TnoBNix Offlco._July 29
A r\ f\f \f\ LBS. superior IRON
WftUvU TIES, for sale low by
Bept 9 E. HOPE.