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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thursday, October 12, 1876.
JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Editor.
SAMUEL J. TJLDEA,
of Now York.
FOR VIcE PRESIDENT,
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
W.- D. SIMPSON,
FOR STATE TREAHUREI,
S. L. LEAPHART,
rFon COMPTROLLER OENERAL,
SICCRETARY OF sTATE,
FOR ATToRNEY GENERAL,
' JAMAS CONNER,
YOR RUPERINTENDUE I OF EDUCATION.
HUGH S. TIMPSON,
FOR AIDJUT.\N: 'ENERA4,,
E. W. JI ) I'E,
FOR CONORESS, FoULil DIS'u T
J. H1. EVINS,
FOR soLICIroiF rH SIXTH CIRVVrr
T. C. GASTON,
Ono point to which Judge Mlackey
draws atton tioll in his admir ablh
responso to Chamiberlain's prola
mation, is very sigiuificant. A mn
jority of the Stato canvassers sit
upon thoir own election; whilo th<
majority of the county eletior
managers are appointeeR of the
Governor or candidates for .Iadica
n1oinIIIations. The history of Lou
isianal is to be repeOated ini South
C.arolina. Failing in everythlingi
else, the ennvI~assers, .ithey dar'e
wvill thriow~ oult then votes of 1)ena
craltic countiesF. A pleasinig fael
however, is that the Legislature is~
the judge of its own meml~bers, a thc
D~emocratie majority that will 51m-ely
bo0 elected will see' that they retajin
their seats. The coniseq uon(es ol
the frauds of the Louisiana return
ing-board are'( not suchi, however, a
to eneourago oiur immaclflulato board
to follow their Oxamle~l.
An Intimidator Punished.
At the recen~it term of thle c'ir'enij
court for York, the first ease of in
timidtation; of vote,(rs en"or brought
ii a State (cour11, wats heard anud de
cided(. A colored Dem'ocrat hadit
been1 abuseAd anid hecat en by a (colm-,:d
Radicall, and the formnt' had the.
matter browugh t before the cour't
Th'moecase was fully heard by a jury
~ompl~osed of six wyhite aumd si cuh
orecd, and the defendant was repre
sented by W. 13. Williams, ont' of
the nomineos on thei County Demo
cratic tiet for York. The jury
found a ver'dio.of gUi/t/, anid the
Mackey to three nmnths' impr)Iisonl
ment in the c'ounlty jail--the lowest
sentence p~rescrIibedl by law.
This case p)ossesses speAcial im-)
p)ortance, in view of the frequent
outrages comnmitted upon colored
Deocrats. it will t ':ch the intimi
dators a lesson, b y . owing themu
that the courts of al th Carolina
ar'e intnded for tI. pr'1otection of
blacks and whiten anim' Now that
at precedent is estatL K ed, the ut
most vigor should be ':xorc sed ini
atlprehending those lR -d'ica who
molest colored D~emocra ts and in
having the guilty parties pr'op~erly
p~unished. The colored Democerauts
should1( be assured of full and con
stamnt protection, and1( thle pled~ges
made to them should beput iln praec
tice in the court-house.
Troops in Fairfld.
We have alreadly stated that one0
Company of United States artillery
arrived at WVinnsboro) on the 4th in
stant, and wvent into camp. 'We
have soon it stated that th'ree comn
panies more will soon arrive, and
form a part of the garrison at this
place. The stationing of siuch a
body of troona heraen~ woul semt
indicate the oxistenceof disgrders
which threaten the public peace, and
which the civil authority is powerless
to quell. No such state of things
exists. Everywhere over the dqunty
the profoundest poace prevails.
Though the political canvass con
tinucs to bo active and lively, and
though there are frequent "divisions
of time" at public meetings, yet we
have yet to learn of a single outbreak
of any sort, or any attempt whatever
at the intinmida:tion of colored voters.
Indeed the only instances of proscrip
tion or abuso that have come within
our knowledge have been of threats
against color:ed men for declaring
themselves Democrats. This species
of in'timidation is of course
n-t the cauiso of the sending
troops : it is is only when a
Radical cries intimidation that tie
national authofity is interposed. 'We
protest against the presence of troops
hero as unnecessary and as virtually
proclaiming to the American people
what is simply a lie--that bayonets
are necessary for a fair and free clec
tion in Fairfield.
To the simplo presence of United
States troops our community enter.
tains not th1 slightest objection.
They will do us no harm. l he
comipany now here i i uind13er iceisOls
who have most favorably iminzessed
our people, ms soldiers and as gentle
men, and the ueon 1uder their com
mand have thus far condlcted themn
solves witli per-fect decorum.
Showing their Hands.
Within the past four or five days
there havo been some startling even ts
in this State. Early last week, Col.
A. C. Haskell, on behalf of the the
State DemIworatic Executive Com
mittee, addrswed a letter to Chini
herlain, invitig him to meet Gener
al inIptoni On1 thie stump. The
letter set fort: the condition of thingF
in this Stfat. ini a general way, an,
directed the Gvernor's special attun
tion to the fael that he himself had
been cliarged- b,, the Northern prcss
with nlsW Ihir0,lv calculated to breed
disorder ill the'I State, and thIt it was
d1ue alike In 11he1 peOpleO and t) himself
that the truth .-hould be known. Col.
Hlaskell a1iro d. mauded, in the nanu
of the people i South Carolina, tha1
in (ase of (isallantce, citi
zens of the *te, tMe rifle-clul:s iand
otle'ris, sh')hl I h' ('alle . l) 1) to
- n)o)eri'. '1% letter conclludiel
%N.,:i a reji'esf that the Gover-noi
woulii niec. Im t'e 411)t.u
andi the assurt'ano~ that ho wo-ild ie
sneoh cause h1 )dro'atd wi th pmi feo.
courtesy. ChmiahoI ,rlain rep'Jlical ini J
letter tilling nerly fifteen (coh !muis
inl his orgmin, the Colnubia Union
/~'/e/d. Ile takes Oventsioni to r
vniw t,h nir potitical situationa in
andi abusi~ave t owardls thme Democ~'raiii
payihrg um. them with vio lence,
intimidamtin iiWmd other offenices. Il
'onichlde bI xpressuing his willing.
ness5 (o meiet I le Demoeratlic nm mi
ludes ini joint~ discussion. Th'le letter
is parutisani in) tone, sop~hiisical ini
argumenti ., and h uitte'rly un11truthfl
i n ii. The Gov1 erno r's ne~x t step
wasth iuance, onSaturdayla,
ofa rolarnaet ion declaring that r'
c'ond~ition of lawlessniess exists ;i?
l.3rnwiell aind Aikenm, ani 1 or~deini
the po >ple to ''l)i1rso a
retre pecebl .to thleir
homles," within three dhys. It also
onlers the l11110 Clutbs to disband.
Tj. thrmmeatens tho suspension of the
/A abrasf.' e'n/ws)/, and mar~it ial Ilw. To
this t bo St at o Demuocratie' E xcentive
(Coneunittee' have r'epied ini a lettem
ei 'mp~let ely oIvei whmehnminmg in) its fo e,
of argumnt~u. ILLabiounids in farbt
t nhig against C'llaiubelaini and liis
crew. 'The ( 'oiniitteo hafvei al1so
connuniiiiienited ithl several leading
lepimliens, aned these all bear' tes
tiimnony to thme piev'alneo of pec ir,
thme State. Chlief ~ Justice 3[oes
Associate Ju ic le Willard, Jud gtas
Sh~aw, IMckey, Cooke, Northr'op.
Wu*iggin, G4overnmor Scott and1 othiem
alutl testify to the quiet pre3vailinig
over the Staute. Jludge W'iggin says
that. the onily remistaunce to law lie
knowsa ini his circuit hams been by
B Iarnwell atnd Edgefieldh. Deoputy
umalhals hauve .dreaudy gonoi there,
and1 5 said that, the brute 21 errill
has reciv-ed t)-1'- % to repair t hi ther
at ence. If.: lip on mand Ite Execui
f~ive 'Conmnuttv,' havo advised the
peoplo1 to exQIn ie" constant forhear
an1co and( caiutlion, and t~o submit
quietly to mmartial law, should it be
Ianywhere dleclar< 1.
Tfhe whole net1.ion of Chamberlain
Rhows a degi ce / diespieration that is
the natural resl of the certainty of
Hammpton's oleition. Chamberlain
has shown hmimms-f to be no better
than Ames, Kellegg, Holden andl
other politicians who have lied ulpon
the Southeromn people; and caused ill
feeling, lie is now thoe greatest foe
of honesty and guoud govenunent in
this State that has over been in pow
er here, Hie has shown him.elf an
the people, we .advise the utthdob
caution and forbearance. The Rifle!
Clubs should keep 1bemselves within
the law, and, having taken that posi
tion, they should moaintain it.
The Itadicals are desporato. Their
game is up. Tho end is nigh.
The Radical Nominations.
We publish clsewliore the nomina
tions made by the recent County
Convention of Fairfield. It is need
less for us to give any account of the
cireonst:mces attending the making
of these nominations. It is enough
tL siay that there was such universal
disgust over the first tiekot, that it
wa.s found necessary to bagin de
oc mi, and put out a new ticket entire
ly. But where is the improvement?
The tieket as a whole is no partic'e
better. And it is without doubt the
worst one ever yet put out in Fair
flid. Messrs. Marshall and Neil
have withdrawn, and there is but ono
namo upon it. that is not utterly un
worthy-that of John Gibson.
Daniel Bii d has long been
a politician and an ofice-seeker.
We are credibly informed that ho can
barely writo a little, his knowledge
beiig limited to simplo reading.
Prince Martin is equally ignarant
and1( ineomlparably mlore corru'lpt.
John Gi bson hcas beel in the flonmse
for two years, aid his couisO there
Wa1s rather conservativye Lhti other
wise. We consider him by far the
bust. manl of the Ivowed Republicans
onl the ticket. I. B. Smith is a
mulatto carpet-bagger from Ithode
island. ie is s:id by those who
know imi to be imich muore gifte:1
With h %rew %'dness thRin wiL i pinciple.
ie is unworthy to fill the office for
whi he nununated. The county
board is really a deligltful one!
Carter katy is at pretsen1t in office,
nd is nowv under indictment for
A i miscndt L. 1H0 is ut.terly
ineomlpeten1t. John1 WilSOn--com
monly known as No-Noso Wilson
.'s already well knowin. utterly un
worthy to hold any office in the gift
of the people. Jim June isignoraint.
lissipated and wholly ungojunlifiod.
John l'iOusl is absurdly unfit for the
.eSpolsible ald ardlouls position of
SIllool 'ommismsioller. He Iias neith
r intilelligenwe nor editeation, and he
would 0b the merest ciplher posNsibl
'n si inljortait an office. The
nlolilinee for Coroner is an ignorant
negro, tot-,ly ineaipable of perform
.nlg theO duties appor1talining to th(
Sueh is a ticket put forward byv
mn emgaisition ehiiiiming to form a
part~ of the great Repub1ilican1 pa:rty
if thie United States! And such is
he( ticket to wh1icoh every mfllm ir
heo liepublicanif parityv is e'xpected t<.
iIbl! Therei" is now~ b~efore~ you
00aIig t i. h i abi Cno~i ab l thi t c o n - .
ml ilntly, vigoouly till ait last it
11ind1: utte'r anihlilatin on thet
seve.nth daty of November. To( say
niothIinig of Ilhe rest of the tic'ket, thme
e'lect ion'of .Beaty, Wilson and Junie
's 'oulnty c'omm~lissioners would be
in ibtlfl a dlisast er imore terr ible and
meirt) swcej'ing thani any that has
vet bie'dlen the~ people of Faiirliehcl.
Thew wholo crew iimst be fought to
thme bitter <nud. T1hero is now no
ime for cit her dlallying, or conlces
Hion to ayo 'speculiiiar viewsV.
The hine is dirawn. T1lhere is no mid
.ile' ground. TIhuo wVho areL not fi
,s1 are't algmlinst us. Thei ticket is thle
wor k of1 a ring1 haing~i) for its cenl treo.
if we areO (''coecly informed, Dr)m. W.
B. Peaiko and is son-in-law, I-. A.
SithLi. It is the fruit of a (conspira
cy againist all the rights, all thme in
terestO ofz tihe honest peOple of the
(countyI. Jt umist bo defeated.
Should it by aniy lbanico sueceed, we
shiuldder atL the bare thoumght of the
consetinenllcs that must comoe ulpon
The Deputy Marshals.
Th'le following letter from Col.
iuon time hitoe order of Limo Attorney
Gen'ierail of the Uiiited States. It,
wil be roadi with intere'st by all the~
peole~O : and1 the reputation of Col.
Bian as a ,'urisHt gie alsuranlc of
thme enitire correctnless of his views.
WlxxNoaiio,' N. C., Oct. 2, 1876.
A~ditors ( ''/un/dca Iicr :I see
froman l initerviewv had( withl the
United htatesH Alarshaul ho0 'oitenm
phiites aippoinutinig depulties aill over
the Sta:te to assist the snpiervisor~s
and inten'moe the election. I have
wamited ut il I could receive ai copy
of the act passedl by thle last Con...
gresus b~efore giving whalnt is thme law
on thme subject. I can now saiy thatt
the United States Marshal can
app~lomlt no0 such deputies except in
tile (City of Ch-tmrlesoton. If any law
giving such aiuthlority exists it has
nmot blen puibihed1, or' is not inidica
te(d prop)erly ini any index.
,The law, prior to June 10,. 1872,
allowed supervisors and deputy
marshi:dl to be aplnntmd fr. w
imprinocipe aid menidadou deia
gogue. For all time to come his
name should among South Carolini
ans-be- remembered as that of one
who' degraded the gubernatorial
chair, and violated every principle of
horior, to seeure his own selfish ends.
As to the course to be pursued by
having above 20,000 inhabitants
Only. On that dato an act was
patssed allowing supervisors to be
appointed' without this restriction
(17X1nited States Statutos, 384,) but
enacted, sAr 1ithat nothing in this
section shall be so construed as to
autlorizo tbe appointmient of any
marsials or deputy marshals in
addition to those horotoforo author
ized by law." -.ag. The authority
in this respect is found in 16 United
States Statutes, 436.
The laws on this subject are com
piled in the United Statos Rovised
Statutes in 1875, and are to the
smue effect. Seo page 357, section
2,0!1, and page 358, section 2,030,
the latter of which reads as follows :
"Nothing in thi title shall be con
strued to aut horize the aippointmllont
of an'y mlarsials or deputy marshals
in addition to those authorized by
lawiprior to 10th of June, 1872."
Taft's partisan order virtually
admits this to be the law ; but he
tale.the attention of marshals to
actsprior to Juiie 10, 1872, under
wlehih they can appoint doputies.
In other words, he tells marshals
that'they may pretenl to appoint
'for ono purposo and employ for
anothor pirpose I A nice legal
proposition for the Attorney Goner
al of a great nation !
It must, however, be borne in
min(d that law must be found not.
only fur tie power of appointment,
but likewiso for tie power of en.
ployinent. Now deputies appointed
inder any United States statutos are
of two classes-"g/eneral depities'
and "speial depuities." The first
are the ordinary and usual deputies
in regular appoimtiment and eimploy
ment b)y tie marshal. I suppose
there are aboutfour such ill South
Carolina now. These havo tie same
powers as to the laws of the United
Statewu as deputy shor'iffs have to
State laws (seo 788 United States
Revised Statutes.) "Special lepul,
tLis" are those appoimted under
iy special act, for instance that of
February 28, 1871. Taft himseli
points'out this distinction, and it it
taken Ill words in section 2,022, re
ferred to by hil.
Tle special deputies under the
Act of February, 1871, are essential
ly 8JM'el/ dEputies. They can only
bi appoim ted, On applictatiol
of "two citizons :" only for
a "t-jwn of over 209000 inhabitants.'
and the dltilies mu1ist be "qui.(anelsA
voters of such town or voting pre
No lawyer can read the act of
Fo'bri ry, 1371, and taat of June.
1872, githout coming to the conelu
moun Qit nuo dleputy cant atl at anl
election excetpt tile general deputies
under4, these actsI. 1110 conlemsionl in
irreusistiblie thalt thle mlarishals canniot
appoifttpecia/ de'putien' for anlothIC
p:li pose, or' umder' othier acts, andl
1 Ilpjioy the:iu at an election pre':inet.
an.'ywi 0'o, and1 special depties 01nh
ini Chsu'it lsl. He cannliot evadt
ties. He1( his alroedy his geneal()U
de'puties, a'd fihoir niamies are of
reodin the United Sitates Comiit:
for South Carolmna, and are1. remnova
b) o by tile Judge of tihe D.strict
Court or by3 the10 Circuit Court, it
the pdlatlro of either.
And beids is it not laini froml
the word'ts of the ac(ts 1 have cited
thattt the mlachinerty of spOciail depui
ty marshals is not to be used ceoi
iln towr'us of over 2',00) :nhalbitnts ?
Again, as the laiw prou'ides-nou pay
for auich service ouitsidio (of suco
townus, thlose depu~ties. would have'
to serve not only' at their own risk',
hlut 'uithout p)ay.
The) reasIon 'whyI w) objoet to the
exerc(ise of this illegal power' by Mr.
WVallaice is that lhe is a Radical par..
[i sim, hasi ai fathorci whot is a candi
daute for Congr~ess, anmd hoe has de~
eure. 1 that all his appointees will be
Under such a sys5temr as this, onr
olectionl would be one0 like those
wihichi Louis Nap~oloon used to have
held( in Franle.
Hence, shiouild Mr. WVallaco at
tempt the~ illegal aippoinitimont con
temlalted , nless some law exists
whichl I cannot finid, (and1( I inll~ude
acts to *.date) hie will involve both
himilself and his deputies in a position
(If difliculty f'rm which Mr. Taft
will not b)e ablle to extricate himi and
them. JAuuIs H. ION.
Judge Mackey has1 likewise taken
occasion to express from thle bench
hlis views of the famous or'der. A
epr'respondent of Ltho News and
Courier, speaking of the recent term
of the 'cicit court for York, says:
"In his chal'ge to the grand jury
Judge Miackey characiiterizedl
tha t partl' of Attor'ney=Gener'al Taft's
or'der which instructs the United
States mar'shals 'do disregard thle
a~uthlority of State oflicorH and to
make arrests onl moree susp~icio'n as a
most formidab~le and aundaciouis act
of p)olitical intimidation, and stated
that any oflicor who violates the
('onshtituitionatl 01' legal r'ightsA of a
citizen shall not be exempted from
puishment by pleading the anuthoril
ty of such1 an order1. lHe at the
same ime enjoined upon thme citizens
the (lity of aidinlg the United States
mnarsh~al and his dlepulties to the full1
cst extent iln exeonting the laws of
the United States."
These views of ai able lawyer', and
>f the highlest judicial authority in
biho eire'it, would seom to strengthl
mn the nnpinion alreay hel tna
Taft has, in hbi zeal to help his
ILdical frionds, overstepped the
bounds of the law. Sch being the
case, Mr. Marshal Wallace would do
well to exercise great caution in the
appointment of deputies, and in his
instructions to them.
NOT l"IFRUM COLUMBIA. ,
striring Evonts at the Capital--The last
Resort of the Radioals--How it was
((brcspmdence Netes and Ikrcdd.]
COLUMnIA, Oct. 9.-The lines in
the campaign are being very closely
drawn. The letter of Gov. Cham
borlain, his proclamation declaring
Aiken and Barnwell insurrectionary,
and the whines of the Radical State
committee, are all steps in the pre
concerted plan of resorting to the
ever-ready gamo of Radicalism-in
timidatti(.n. Tlhec devices have
created here the greatest indigna
tion among the more decent Re
publicans, as well as the entire Dem
ocratic party. The State Demo
cratic Executive Committee have
issued an address denouncing Cham
berlain's proclamation as false in
fact and unwarranted by law; Chief
Justice Moses, Asssociato Justice
Willard, and Ju(dgef; Mackey and
Cooke have denied their knowledge
of any facts warranting Chnmber
lain's extraordinary course, while
Judge Mackey directly charges the
Governor and his party with a doop
laid conspiracy to suppress free bal
lot. The dcign of the Radicals is
evidently to furnish- a pretext for
pouring United States troops into
the State and placing them under
the control of irresponsible and un
scrupillous villains who will make
arrests. But the people aro not in
timidating worth a cent, and the
Democratic p a r t y is merely
strengthened in the State. If the
white peoplO only remain cool, and
refuse to engage in collisions, the
victory is just as sure as ever. Care
has been taken to correct in the
North the falsehoods conveyed by
Chamberlain and his crow, and the
reaction there is favorable.
The only chance of Federal inter
forence is by obtaining affidavits of
intimidation of persons in the Presi
dential and Congressional election.
In tinidiation practised against sup
pI' tors of the State ticket is beyond
the jurisdiction of the Feleral
Matters in Columbia are un
ch mged, despite the assortion that
tocrorism exists at the capital. A
1 trge number of Columbians atten
ded the mcoting; in Sumter on Sat
'day, at w ic F,')00 no. R 11 A were
present, and the enthusiasm was un
dumded. Gen. Ii .mptjsi.u mi.sde
b exti ful an d touiching ilusion ti
Qho fact that thme best~ R~-I~oumicansi
wer~e ronginug (1heuiselves beside
him, and then' exprVesseda hope01) thai
the Chief Justice himself would
soon be in the band. J udge Mose,
suecd tears, andu shortly aifterwar-d.
Gien. Hamplton and himsmelf clas~pet
iands for the Ii' at time in eigh.
years. H1( has not yet dlarh~ied
,imself, b ut will sooni range linseg
under- Hal1mpton'l.- sinner. At Ridge
Singin E 1''efield, ailsoi, a tremenl
d'eus gathering was a-Id eased ot
-atrdamy by a nuhmbler of splea~k(ejs.
.mng them wasn Judge Cooke who
received ti co d y e in bon iucts from
the ladies, and who says lhe never
saw such enthusiasm in his life.
Hie says the torchlight procession
wats eight miles long--stretching
from Ridge Spring, to Bateaville
lie is mneh disginste:1 with Cham
berl:in' s sandaldous asser-tion that
I ny is defiel1 in the ni;;h t, eh-euit
.Judge Mackey is in the city, and, a
urunal, with his. po1wer-ful intellect his
keen wit and is peeling Chmberlaim
aind his ,party. Thle colmp:'ign is
'.rogressmng satisfactory a.l along the
A Day of Fasting and Prayer.
Tile following circular has been
published by the State Democratic
Roonis STATE Dinni. Rx. CoMTEE, '
Cowsuir, S. C., Oct. 4, 1876.
Several communications have been
received by thnis committee from
diffl'erent quartor-s of the State ask
ing thlat, at an earnly date, a day be
fixed, and that all citizens be invited
to dedicate flhat (lay to fasting,
humiliation and pray'er. The cenm
mittee has no offieial authority to
ma~ke a call, and fools that undler
ordmiary eireumstan ces its p~rop~riety
as relatmng to tile tiumph of a pairty
in a political contest might be (ques
tioned. But the present is no party
contest, nor do we strive for per'
sonal gain or office or honor. Eith
er we are laboring for tile nioral anid
material adlvantage of thle whole
people, or our protestations are all
This being our firm conviction, we
ventur-e to 1)ring our c-ause b~efore thle
Tr'mibunal of Almnighlty Justice andi
invoke divine aid in b half o'f our
afflicted State and its people ; there.
fore, our fellow-citizens ro- earnestly
invited to set apart Thmursdlay, the
26th (lay of 'the present month, as a
day of fasting, humiliation and p)ray
er. It is requested that al11 places of
business be closed and( lbor sus.-.
p~endled, that all may assemble at
the several places of divine worship
andi the ministers of the gospel ar-o
solicited to open the chu'rches for
service on that dlay and lead us in tile
prayer unto Almighty God that
justice, peeo and prosperity, mercy
and truth, wvith followship and good
feeling to all men, may come back
an~d pirevaiil among our long suffering
and1( muchi disturbedl people.
Ini reverence and with humility,
A. C. HIARKELL,
Chairmnan Sua De.. lm.Co.
WiX"Osono, Op. 11, 1870.
Jn,- Gibson,;&., $iwrmn
Rep*ean Party qf eld County:
It Is with s$prise and pait at I have
heard of the tioket nominated by the Con
vention assembled here on the 9th inst. I
respectfully but firmly decline to be a
candidate upon Mhal ticket for the office of
Clerk of Court.
Please let this notico be at once extended
in the proper direction, and oblige
It. JNO. J. NEIL
Wiyisnono, S. C., Oor. 11, 1876.
7b Joan Gibson, Kaq., Chairnamn
1cputblican Party of Airfleld mnofy:
SiRn:-I have respectfully to decline the
nomination as Senator for this County,
made by the Republican Convention.
In doing no. I do not renounce my Re.
pivneanismn, but aillrmn most solemnly that
the ticket (al a whole) which has been put
forth by the Convention in such that I
cannot give it my full and cordial support.
it. WARREN It. MARSHALL.
Boot and Shoo Manuracturer,
)tINNS1ORO, S. C.
THE undersigned re
speetfully announces to the
citizens of Fairfleld that he
has removed his Boot and
Shoe Manufactory to one door below Mr.
C. Mullers. I am prepared to manufacture
all styles of work in a substantial ind
workmnilike manner, out of the ve ry host
materials, and at prices fully as low as the
silme goods can bIe -nizinufactured for at the
North or elsewhere. I keep constaitly on
hand, a good Stock of Sole and Upper
Leather, Shoe Findings &c., which will be
sold at reasonable prices. Repairing
promnptly attended to. Term strictly Cash.
_1- Driod Hides bought.
oct 12 J. CLENDINING.
TO CUR CUSTOlMXR
WIV O are ind~ebted to us fa PROVIS.
IONS or l'H)'IPATES, we wouil- resp-eet
sully c~ll att i ntion, that your bills arc dm
nm or before the ist of November. We
tre depe ndinmg on you for payment AT
INCE, to enable us to maeet obligations
marde to assist you, and which pro due at
In order for us, as well as you, to main
tain our credit, it is ncesary to meet our
NEW GOODS !
TUST OP'ENEDr at the Winnsbmoro D~ry
e Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery
BIm'aar, which were selected with the
greatest care b~y Mrs. IRoag in the Northoe n
linery Goodls(of te latest~~ design o u
stock of all kinds of merchandise whivb
the public knows I generally keepi, will be
relabnshed and kept Complete (luring the
Fantily Grocer'Ies, sulch as
Flour, Meal, Grist, Bacon, Lardl, Mo1hasss
Tea, Coffee, Cheese, Macaroniy, iice,'
Mackerel, Cakes, Crackers, Candy*
&c., always fresh. Kerosene
Oil, To'ebacco, Cigars, Pipes,
Vvooden W"are, Tin Ware,
In fact, you can find all you want at
J. 0. BOAG's.
One and all, great and small,
Give Iioag a call--at the Corner.
(Prices t suit the times. No trouble to
EN have resumled basinu. a~t etir for
mor sitand, No. 3, Bank Riange, and will be
glad to uco our old cutm~ WYe will
une over~y endeavor to please goft and to
give you goods at the very lowest pric
Cotton purchased, or if partiew prefer to
ship, wo will advance. twenty-five dollar..a
bale and~ hold Rubject to their orders.
T ruuiks, &c.
IL.F. Leetch &Co's.
B3EST line of Notions in the County.
Glonta' Furnishing Good8 "of best quality,
Blankets, Shawls and Boulevard Hkir.,,
at the low est prices.
Special attention called to the largest anel
besut selected Stock of Kentuoky .
Jeans over before offered
to the Fairflold
Ladies' trimmed Hats in great variety.~
Theo ab)ovo goods will bie ~ol either at
Wholesale or Retail.
All goods offered low for CA81H. i
CALL AND SEEd US.
WE DEFY COMPETITION,
R. F. Leetch & Co.
oct 5 Adjoining . ldes.
ST'ITO~Fj NOT CAitUluNA
COUNTY OF FAIIRFIELD.
By JO H1 N . NEil4, Erq., Probale Jud
W IIER AS,8. Morgan Dawkinu bl
md itto mce to grant him letteri
ofuadminijstration of the esatet and effet#
of W~ii am D~awkins, dece-,sel:
These are therefore to cite and adm ,nisb
all and sing Jar the kindred and ereditori
oPthe saidlcVilliama Dawkilns dee'd, that
they be and ap >ear befor'e me, in the~ outty
ot1Probato, to be hetd at Fairfield Court
lIonse,. 8. C:.. on the J4thi day of Oco
ber next, after publication hereof, at iI
o'clock in, the forenoon, to show cause, if
any they have, why the staid administra
tmn sh<ould not bo granted.
Givenl under may hand this twenty
seoenth' day of September, Arno Domipi
sept 28 t lx2 JN.J NI..
SAll the IIht **~
UM~l Beverages, gua~ran'teto sl
D. the tanto of the most faatidtis, made
up an good Styllat thu