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TR-EKYEDITION.] WYINNSBORO, S. C., THURSDAY M~ORNINGMRH2187
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Iillustrated H.D noon t- all 1tIraross, a
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.ladies' medical guide, by Dr. Pancoast.
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energy and ability to learn the biusliniess
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S2.5",treating of the o"tire history,granc
buildings, wonderful exhibits. curiosities,
great days, etc.; illustrated, and $1 oleap
er than any other; eeCVr body wants it.
Ono new agent cleared $350 in 4 weeks.
3.,00 agents wanted. Send quickly for
proof of abov ', opinions of officials,clergy,
and press, isa. iple pages, full description,
and our extra terms.
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(Jution. Baware of fal cly claimed
official and worthless books. Send for .
%n Gold Jewel
un ont. Con..
iisting of el ..
ant w a t c 1.
aroochi and ear
"& "i.., jpan aga astone sleeve but
tona, net spliral studs, collar bntton,
heavy plain wedding ring, and genti'
Parisian diamond pin. The above articles
sent, post-paid, for 50 ets, have boon re
tailed for$6. Bankrup)t stock and must
be 'sold. Solid - ii ton Gold Watches,
$I0 each, for speultive pur
poses. gee ci timers, equal inacppearaance
to a $200 g entin- gold. "l'ini repuntion
for honesty, fair dealing analiberality is
un11equaled by aniy atdvertier in thlis
city. '--Neto York .bay, Book, Deo.16, 1876
Postage .tam pa taken as cash.
F. STOCKMAN, 27 Bond St.,N'Y.
113ES to inform the otlsens of Wins.
boro and the public in general, t sat he
has1 on hland the largest and beat selt oted
WESTERN RYE, and N. C. CORN,
Brown Porter, Cream Ale, and Coukney's
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J. C. SEEQGIWS Palo Door always fresh
A lot of patent ALARM( OANDLiES,
suitable for fataily use,
OALD~ A)D 8BE~ THEM.,
Publishers and Printers
Can buy direct of the Manufacturer on
"Tut ANSON HARDY CUTTING MACHINEs
aro the belk and chcapcest low priced
machine made, and have a national repu
talion for utility and durability."-Ta
Tux ANSo HAnDY PAPEn CUrrER is by
far the best machino which can be o1
tained for a less price than one hundred
dollars. It is of great strength. These
machines have always taken the highest
stand. It is the only machine to which
is applied the Patent Movable Outling
Board. This device has a reputation of
itself: by it, the cutting board can be in
stantly nn- accurately moved, so that a
perfect cut is insured, This is a very im
portant point in the lachine, and one
that is possessed by no other. It greatly
reduces the labor of preparation in work
ing the paper backward and forward.
Wo cannot too strongly recommend the
idvant:ages of this patent movable board.
[t is worth the price of this machine, and
purchasers si ouid fully unlers and how
highly it is to be valued."--Oeo. P. Rowell
,f Co.'s Aerospaper Reporter and Printer's
TUEi LATEST IMPROVED HARDY CAnn CUT
.rn is pronounced the most desirable
ard Cutter in the market, for the general
ises of a printing oflice.
The well known IRUOoLES CARD CUTTER,
rith may atest improvements, is still pre
'erred by many printers, and holds its
avoritism over other machines.
None genuine but those having my full
.ddress lettered in the casting.
r' Newspapjers in want of advertising
'roan first parties should send for my
F. A.1JAIR tY,
A uburndale. Mass.
I will buy of those that buy of me.
10 OUR CUSTOMER8
WHO are indebted to us for PROTIS.
ONS or PHOSPIHATFA, we would respect
ully call attention, that your bills are due
n or before the first of November. We
xe depending on you for payment AT
)NCE, to enable as to meet obligabions
sade to asaist you, and which are due at
In order for us, aswell a you, to main.
ia our eredit, it is necessary to meet our
Boaty, Bro.a Son.'
13EFOE planting your corn meoure
bottle of Coal Tar at the
--DUG 8202U 01
DB. W. E. AIKEN.
lkTOTIOE Is hereby given that the un
.dersignedl will make application to
the Judge of Probate for Fairfield County
sn Tuesday, April 10, 1877, for a final
tilsoharge as guardian of M. ErasAsaTN
C& ~mEO~ E R B
Emperor William Cabbage.
rHilE beat, largest, hardiest and most }
profitable variety of WINTR CAD.wEim
known in Europo, and imported to this
country exclusively by the undersigned,
where, with little cultivation, it flour
islios astonishingly, attaining an enor
mous size, and selling in the market at
prices most gratifying to the producer.
In transplanting,, great care should be
used to give suflicient space for growth.
Solid heads the size of the mouth of a flour
barrel is the average run of this choice
variety. One package of the seed sent
post paid on receipt of 50 cents, and one
3 cent postage stamp. Three packnges to
ne address $1 03 and two 3 cent stamps.
Ywelve packages sent on receipt of $3 00.
.nD Read what a well known Garrett
Do. Marylander says of the EMPEnROn Wi.
BLOOMINGTON, GaRRET Co.,
Md., Jan. 22, 1877.
Mn. .TAMER CAMPBELL, 66 Fulton St. N. Y.
Dear Sir:--I bought soime seed Irom you
last spring, and it was good. Your Em
iieror William Cabbage suits this climate
well. On a mountain side the seed you
tent me produced Cabbages weighing
.hirty pounds each.
Very truly 'ours,
.ir' I am Sole Agent in the U. S. foi
Maidstone Onion Seed
from Maidstone. Kent Co., England, pro
Elucing the most producing the most
prolific and finest flavored Onions known
uId yielding on suitable soils from 800 to
)O bushels per acre, sown in drills.
MIr. Henry Colvin, a large in-rketgarden.
r at Syracuse, N. Y., writes, "Your
isnglish Onion Seed surprised inc hv its
large yield, and the delicious flavor of' the
fruit. I could hi ve sold any quantity ir
this mar -et at good prices. My wife nays
the will have noother onions for the table
in future. Send me as much as you can
ror the enclosed $5.00."
One package of seed sent on receipt
of 50 cents and one 3 cent postage stamp,
three packages to one address $1 OO anl
two 3 cent stamps. Twelve packages sent
yn receipt of $3 (0.
M y supply is limited. Parties deslring
to secure either of the above rare seeds.
4hould not delay their orders All seed
WARANTED FRESHI AND TO GERMINATR.
Cash must accompany all orders. For
3ither of the above seeds, address
mar 1-xf6nt 66 Fulton St., N. Y.
Fale Under Order of Court.
It E. ELLIsON, Sn.,Auctioncer.
A. Markley Lee, Junior, Trustee of the
Bankrupt Estate of J. M. Caldwell
Jacob A. Caldwel and others.
B Y virtue of an order of the Distiict
Court of the United States, for the
Disrtiet of South Carolina, in the above
wise, will be sold on Monday the second
lay of April, A. D. 1817, at the Court
house in the town of Winnsboro, County
f Fairlield and State of South Carolina,
it 12 o'clock, m :
All that tract of land, containing Exou'r
[IUNDREiD AND FonTv ACREs, more or less,
4ituate, lying and being in the t'ounty of
L'airtieldl andi the Staito afo res tid, on the
wvaters of Waiteree Creek, hounded on
dhe north by lands of WV. J. Latham, east
by lands of Dr. Samuel Mobley, south by
lands of Rev. T. WV. Erwin. west by lands
>f . Watt Brice; and having such other
shape, marks and boundaries as a plat of
resurvey made by J. C. Caldwell, D. S.,
on the -- day of --, 1872, more fully
All that tract or plantation of land, eon
ftaining ELEvEN HUNDRED AOiR8 of land,
inore or less, situato, lying .and being in
the Counaty of Fairfield and the State
aforesaId, on the waters of Dutchamn's
Dreek, bounded by lands of Thos. D~avis,
Estate of David l'ro ence, Estate of N. A.
P'eay, Henry Ilarrisun, Jeter Harrison
and others; andI having such other boun
daries ae a5p1L~',f raeuruey nmud by BH.
Robertson, D. 8., more fully represents.
All that certala pieece, parce or let of
landi, with the store-house therden,lying,
boinag andl situate in the town of Black
stocik, in the Stt and County aforesaid,
fronting on Main Street, and located
between the lots oined teapectively by
Dulp & Ragsdale and John 0. Matokorell.
All that lot or parcel of land lying and
situate in the town of Blackstock and
State aforesaid, fronting e.m Main Street
two hundred and ten feet,, en south-est!
by lands of W. D. Richardson one hun
dred and sixty-eight feet. on the Iiorth
by .~ lot two hundred and ten feet,
and omn the north-west by ale.way one
hundred and sixty-cight feet-containing
VHI1RR THOUSAND, NINE HuNDnBU AND TWRN-'
rr (8920) squaRN TAnDs, more or less.
TERMS OF SALE:
One third cash, the balance~ in two
equal succssive~ Annual instalmente, with
Interest from day of sale, payable annal)
seoured by bond of purchaspr anmd
mortgage of 4he premises. Blullding en
premises to be insured, and policy as
Foeae opa o aes
THROWING UP THE SPONGE.
TIJ11 CIFA MP10vN CA RT'ET-lIAGOEl
CONES TO TIIE FRONTF1v'IR JIAMP TOMN.
A Characteristic Letter from 'Leslie--Ho
lays down his arms and crina
"Enough"-.Radicalism dead In South
lrom the NVational Reptublican.
Below is printed a letter from C.
P. Leslie, whose name is no doubt
familiar to many as the beau ideal
of a South Carolina carpet-baggor.
Mr. Leslie has had quite a varied ex-;
perience in the State, having been
intimately associated with Mr.
Chamberlain and others of the
Radical type in South Carolina. He
was a candidate for the State Senate
from Barnwell county, and was per..
lips one of Mr. Chamberlain's
warmest advocates in the recent
election. When ho says, "The bat
tle is lost" it seems as though the
men who have so long ac
knowledged him as one of their
leaders might think well over his
%dvice. His letter is given in full,
Rs follows :
WASHINGTON, U. C., March 19, 1877.
To the JEditor of the National
Sin : The key--note of the policy
of the Administration, as I under
stand it, is the Complete reconcilia
Lion and commercial prospCrity of
the whole country, and especially of
the South. It is not the recogni -
Lion of Hampton or Chamberlain as
Governor of South Carolina, or the
success of this or the other faction
or political party ; nor is it a ques,
ion of how the people of that State,
or any other Southern State, will
vote in the next Presidential elec.
Lion, 'or in any other election. In a
word, there is no party politics, and
there can be none, in this policy.
Politics must be kept aloof ; politi
cians must stand aside ;
PEACE AND ORDER MUST PREVAIL ;
proper and needful legislation-in a
word, a generous policy toward the
South. The appointees to Federal
positions for the South should be
men who command the confidence
of the people at home and the ros
spect of the country at large.
South Carolina is to-day torn and
Lstracted by political feuds ; her
comnercial and inherent resources
paralyzed, and still the war goes on.
Chamberlain is penned up in the
State-House, surrounded and pro
tected by United States soldiers,
rind demands of the Administration
Lhat this protection i h .l be con
tinned indefinitely, or until he can
try a law suit to determine his title,
which will consume the next two
years, the United States in the
meantime to be continued as one of
the parties to the proceeding. This
cortainly can be no part of the poli
cy of the Administration, and Chain
berlain ought not to demand or
even expect it. The political sym
pathies of the Administration proba
bly go out to Chamrberlain and those
who have sustained him, but the de
mands of patriotism andc tihe univer
sal prosperity of the entire ecuntry
insist that the triumph of party
must forthwith be8 subordinated to
the good of the wvholo people.
In the fierce poliical canvass that
has taken place in S3outh Carolina
thme Republicans made a heroic fight,
ond I do not understand that it is
the intention of the Administration
to do aught but to praise them, nor
of their political enemies to condemn
THEY HEAVE LOST THlE DATTLE.
for the State government, and if
they ae friends of the people they
position that unceasingly aggravates
the misfortunes of that distracted
country. I am informed that the
committee that waited upon the
President yesterday urged that if
the Administration would recognize
Chamberlain as governor they could
reorganize the Republican p arty in
South Carolina and win the next
election two years hence. 'ihis is
all sawaust and a delusion. Roor~.
ganize the party---with whom'i
Democrats ? No Democrat of any
infiuence would dare enter into such
a scheme. And the full Republican
vote was polled at the last election.
A careful examination of this novel
prop~osition thrust upon the Preesi
eit woid disclose the whqle secret
of this conimittee insisting, upon
the recognition' of Chabrlin.
ONLY ONE WAY
tha Bennblicns can parrq the. nexk
State election. That is, lot the Ad,
ministration recoguige -Chamberlain
as governor, and begin war at once,
and koep it up until the Hampton
party are annihilated; tfien the
Republicans can, if there are any
loft, carry the next election. I am
quito sure the country is not pro-.
pared for such a step, and I am als . Sr
most equally sure the President -"
does not intend to govern his. action
by the effect it may have upon the
next election That ie intends to
deal magnanimously with th9 . peo
pie of the South, to aid them , in
building up their waste places, and
in the next election trust to God.
and his countrymen to-carry on the
work he has so nobly begun. This t
is certainly the safest plan,.
C. Y'.'L~sir r
Tho Governor's ResponEd.
In response to the invitatiot of
the President. Governor Hamptoni
wrote the following letter:- -
CoLuMBIA, March 20, 1877.
To His Jg.rcellency R. 11. Hayes,
Suit: I have the honor to acknowl
edge your communication of the 3d
instant, addressed to mle by your
private secretary. As you express a
desire for a personal conference with
myself, I accept, through motives of
proper courtesy to yourself, the
invitation you have extended,
though I cannot hope by doing so
to throw additional light on the
questions which have already boon
so ably and thoroughly presented,
and the solution of which is so
obvious and simple. But, under-..
standing from the communication I
have received, that the objecb con
templated by the proposed- confer
once is solely that I might place e..
fore you my "views of the i'mpodi-'
monts to the peaceful and orderly
organization of a single and undis
puted State government in, Sout
Carolina, and of the best mophods of
removing them," I shall avail myself
of your invitation, so that I ' may
reiterate in person what I have h4d
the honor to submit in writing,. that
in my judgment all, impodimonts to
the objects so earnestly desired by
yourself, and so anxiously expected
by the people of this State, can at
once be removed by the withdrawal
of the Federal troops from our
Statehouse. This action on the
part of the commander-in-chief
of the United States forces
would not only be hailed by our
people as an evidence that civil au
thority is no longer to be 'Mbordi
natod to the military power in" QUy
country, but it would establish 1a,
insure domestic tranquility, revive
our wasted industries and give an..
assurance that this State is to be re-.
stored to her just rights under the
Constitution. Whatever grievances
exist, whatever wrongs we suffer,
we propose to redress thon, not by
a resort to force, but by legal and
constitutional agencies. In socking
such redress, I feel sure that I rep.
resent fully the determination. of
the thoughtful and conservative
portion of our whole people wvhou I
give the assurance that no proscrip
tion shall be exercised here on ac
count of political op)inions ; 6hat .no
discrimination shall be made in the
administration of justice, and that.
all citizens, of both parties and
andl both races, slill1 be row
garded as fully p~rotecte'd by and
amenable to the laws. Joinifr.gmosh
boartily with you in the earnest de,
sire you express that you "mnay be
able to put an end as -speeditf as
possillo to all appearance 6f' inter..
venition of the military authoyity ,9(
the United States .in thm >ohtical
derangements which affect the govn
ernent and afflict 'the people' of
South Carolina, and fervently trust
ing that this auspicious~ result rn9y
soon be reached, I have the lyonorp
be, very respectfully, your obedietn L
[Signed,'] WADE HAMPTON,
Governor of South Carolina.
It appears from researches made
by Profeor Geloznow that humid~.i
ty of the wood of trees and dryness
of the bark have a constant relation;
that in certain trees -(fr and maple)
the wood remains throughout the
year drier than the bark, while in
others (birch and aspen) this is the.
case only duiIng a part of the year,
the conditions being reversd 3 t
other timaes. The relations between
the hnneidity.of the bark and thjatof
the wood are so constant that a
usef1 elassification could be based
Onions raised under, binoge~
beve a soft,radiance hke t4hpo we
of viQef -4.