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Till-WEE<;KLY E~DITION.] WVINNSI3ORO, S. 0., SATURDAY MORNING, APlRIL 28, 1877.[OL1NO36
NEW ADVERT'JISIEMENTI'S.
( Ladies' Favorite Cards, all styles,
wi th name, 100. Post paid. J
IUSTEf), Nassau, Rens. Co., N. Y.
You will agree to distribute somo of
>F)a circulars, we will send you a
IN oIU FRAME, 1111(1 a 10 pago
64 column illustrated paplor, free for 3
months. Incloso 10 eonts to pay postage.
Agents wanted. KENDALL & Co., Bos
ton, Mass.
TRIFLING
With a Cold is Always Dangerous.
USE
WELLS' Car bolic Tablets,
a sure remedy for Coughs, and all Dis
Cases of the Throat, Lungs, Chest and
Mucous Membrano.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXE6.
Sold by all Druggists.
C. N. CIUTTENTON, 7 Sixth Avenue, N. Y.
d14)0 a uonth. AGENTS WANTED
2 J on our TIr.EE (OREAT $2
DooRS. The Story of Cohailey
R tos st, a full acco-un t of this great mys
tory written by his Father, beats Robin
son Crusoo in thrilling interest., 'he
Illustrated HiAAo-noont 'to all ELtrIooIINs, a
coniplete account of all denominatiorhi
and sects. 300 Illustrations. Also the
ladies' medical guide by Dr. Paucoast,
100 Illustrations. 'lgogo books sell at
sight. Male and femalb agents coin
Ioney on theu. Particulars free. Copies
by mail $2 each. JoHN E. POTTER & Co.
Phlliladelphlia.
A HOME AND FARM
OF YOUR OWN,
On the line of a great railroad with good
markets both East West.
Now is the Time to Secure it.
Mild -'limate, Fertile Soil, best Couintry
for Stock Raising in the United States.
Books, Maps, full information, also,
"THE PIONEER"
Sent free to all parts of the world.
Address., Q. ',s TyA,--jgB,
Land Con. U. P. R. It.
OMAHA, NEB.
2theCWl We bhol
Al 1argest rnd best
Packaeo in the
Qsrhoots f or In envelops tote, ci hl o tr,
U. o eadi lC fvaluablo e woiry. Comoplete
and ea s' fashlounble neyu , ,in and drops, post.
paid, 21$ cenits. 5 pakeks,~e with aserted Jewelry,
.'.l oInt Pa~cn, I.,,cr e 'v tale free t a a ngents.
BRIDE & CO., 709 Broadway, N. Y.
TWld~a~ ELVE
articles in ono. 'rho 1..OYt) uOMillNON. Can bo
rie saPencil .Penhlo and Yon, Eraser, Penknife,
Cnvolo e'punerPe )er-euilor RIubber, Bewing Machine
TrasCutter, nd for Rippi~ng Seas. Cutting oil
)looks andl Ear's,Blins. Eroelsig ints. &e. Size ofat
emsuon pencil, In hoesty ni rckel lated, aind will last
a llautclnte. Agents sire cointg money andi say It. in the
best telling arlicio out. San 'o 5 to ea, Six for
$i. E "truurnltnarc iaditcenta to Agents. Snd for
t~aunts,, laalf.daaten and caners~ your town.
BRIDE & CO. 709 Broadway, N. Y.
IxATIONERiY PACE.Aflr g. anid
$ of the LLOYD COIfINA
O ar.O pOLLiARS.
709 Broadhay. N. V.
Fpt 3
ilurrali for ilaffptoll!
GRAND SPRING OPENING,
-AT THE
Dty Goods, Fancy Goods, and
Millinery Bazaar,
)F a beautiful and full line of latest
novelties in Spring and Summer
Millinery andl Fancy Goods, consisting in
part of:TLadies', Misses' and Children's
tr'immed Hats, Flowers, Uibbons, Silks,
Nets, &c.
A large lot of Ladies' Collarettes,Fichus
and other fanny articles. In51sCtion of
the Ladies andi public generally solicited.
We will endeavor to please the mtost fas..
tidio us. All we ask is that you call, and
ae for yourselves, and give us a trial.
New Spring Prints. Centennial Stripes,
Dress Goods,Whito GoodsDress Imnprov-.
cr8, Corsets : Hosiery, Gloves, Notions,
-Clothing,.Hats, Shoes, &e.
Agent for Butteriok's reliable ae
patterns. Ladies', M sses' and Childre~n's
GROCERY DEPARTMENT,
Just fIlled up with frech Groceries, Con
foctionarics and everything usually found
in a first class house of the kind,
A lot of Furniture, Laths, Shingles, &o.
Lumber low for Cash.
J. 0. BOAG.
You can finid all you want by calling
en
april 14 J', 0. -
NOT1ICE TO ClREDITORS.
A. Mi. Lee, Trustee, against 3. A. Cald
well and others.
.L)Court of the United States, for the
District of South Carolina, made the 29th
day of March, A. D. 1877, all peOrsons
claiming to hold liens upon the estate of
J. A. Cald~well, a Bankrupt, are callect
upon to come in and make proof of thbir
eflims before me at i. ofice, Nio, 83
Broad Street, Chalrloston,'Mo. Ca., on or
before the first day of May, A. D. 1877.
A. M. 1HUG2,
anl 12-txlaw3 ulfeee
JUST RECEIVED,
One car load seed Potatoes,
One " " " Oats.
-ALSO,
A full line of Plantation Hard
ware consisting of
Lay Iron,
Plow Steel,
Steel Plows,
- Flow Moulds,
Spades,
SLovel s,
Traces,
Ha mes,
Clovices,
Heel
Screws,
&c.,
e&C.
which will be sold low for
-CASH.
I keep constantly on hand a full
supply of
PLANTATION and FAMILY
I have on hand several brands o
first class
FERTILIZERS
which I am prepared to sell for
Cash or on time with well approved
securities on a money basis, or with
a cotton option if parties desiro.
All parties in want of Fertilizers
will do well to call on me before
purchasing.
foF2 . ELDER.
feb 20
E~
*Sewing-Mahne.
MARk 4? S *c
PAW. Jutv I6. 1681.
WE CLAIM FORl TE IMPRoVBD
WHITNEY
SEWING
MVACHIN ES
.The following specific points of supe
riority:
I-Great siplcity ini Con..
t runtiton.
2-Durability.
3-Exceeingly Light Run
ning.
4--Still Running. NoIsecless.
a-Performns all Varieties of
W~ork.
6--Beauty of Fihnisla and
W orkmuanslalp.
''-GREAT REDUCTIONV IN
Hinglo Machines sent on orders direct
from the Factory, written guarantee withi
each Machine.
WHY PAY OLD PRIOESt
fa#Send for circulars and particulars.
Address,
The Whitney Mf'g. Co.,
fob 17 Patorson, N. J.
VA W. ifABEN1CHT
-0-O-- -
BEGS leave to inform hie friends anda
..)customers generally that his stock of
Im~ported and Domestic iquiors and Wine
is full, and the purity of his goods war.
ranted.
A full enuppl y of Chewing and genuine
Durham Smoking ,Tobacco, 6lgars and
Cigarettes.
* &zao,
Soors' Pure Double Str'ong Bltown
Lager-Bleor, alway a fresh on draught
ATr OENTBmNNIAL Ban.
IMPORTANT
-TO-,
-AND-,
AGRICULTURISTS !
-0
Emperor William Cabbage,
r jIIE best, largest, hardiost and most
proiltablo variety of wzxrwrn CA32nA0s1
known in Europo, and iupoirted to this
country exclusively by the iindersigned,
whore, with little cultivation, it flour
isles astonlislitigly, attaining an enor
1110u size, and selling in the market at
prices most gratifying to the producer.
In transplan tbig, great care should be
used to give sufficient 'space for growth.
Solid heads the size of the month of a flour
barrel, is the average rui of this choice
variety, One packago of the seed sent
post paid on receipt of 50 cents, and one
3 cent postage stamp. Three packages to
ono address $1 00 and two 3 cent stamps.
Twelve packages sent on receipt of $3 00.
p0- Read what a well known Garrett
Co. Marylander says of the EPEnont WIL
LIA Cabbage:
BLOOMINoTON, OaiIrT Co.,
Md., Jan. 22, 1877.
Mn. JAMES CAMPIEJL, 66 Fulton St. N. Y.
Dear Sir:-I bought some seed from you
lst spring, and it was good. Your Em
peror William Cabbage suits this climate
well. On a mountain side the seed you
sent me produced Cabbages weighing
thirty pounds each.
Very truly yours,
JAMES BROWN.
-0
11 r I am Solo Agent in the U. S. for
the famous
Maidstone Onion Seed.
from Maidstone, Kent Co., England, pro
ducing the most - producing the most
prolific and finest flavored Onions known
1nd yielding on suitable soils from 800 to
900 bushels per acre, sown in drills.
Mr. Henry Colvin, a large inirketgarden.
er at Syracuse, N. Y., writes, "Your
English Onion Seed surprised me by its
large yield, and the delicious flavor of the
fruit. I could heve sold any quantity ir.
this market at good prices. My wife says
she will have no other onions for the table
in future. Send ine as much as you can
for the enclosed $5,00."
One package of seed sent on receipt
of 50 cents and one 3 cent postage talp,
three packages to one address $1 00( and
two 3 cent stamps. Twelve packages sent
on receipt of $3 00.
My supply is limited. Parties desiring
to secure either of the above rare seeds,
should not delay their orders. All seed
WAlInANTED FIIESI AND TO (ERMINATE.
Cash iust accompany all orders. For
either of the above seeds, address
JAMES CAMPBELL,
mar 1-xtGm 66 1ulton St., N. Y.
1
0111101r1 Uhlildio1
CALL ATTENTION
r '
.. O their largo and elegant as:iortmnent
of
GLASSWARE,
Especially their Berry, Fruit and Preserve
howls.
-ALSO,
To their variety of LAMPS, which, for
beauty and cheapness, exel.
-ALSO,
To their large stock of CROCKE RY, which
they on'er at low prices, to 010se out their
GOODS in this line.
NOT[0E.
WJ~~ENT-FIVE per cent, in addition to
..our regular cash profit wvill be added
en all groceries charged on account after
this date. No deviations will be made
from this rule.
Sapril 19 13. SUGENHIEIMER & CO.
J. CLENDININ9,
Boot' and Shoe 'Manufabturer,
WINNSBORO, 8. 0.
THlE undersigned ro
spectfully announces to the
citizens of Fairfield that hes
has removed his. Bogt and
Shoe Manufactory to one doot' below Mr.
C. Muller's. I am prepared to manufacture
'all styles .of work in a substantial and
orkmranliko manner, out .of the0 very bess
materials, and at pricos, fulily as low ps~ the
samen goods can be manuifactuf'ed, for at the
North or elsewhere. I keep con.tAitlf on
hand :a good Stook of Solo, and Upor
Leather, Shoo Findings &o., which~ wil be)
sold at 'reasonable p rices. Repairing
promptly attended to. Termeattictly Cash.
Upar Dried Ilides boutght.
eet 12 J. CLENDINING.
REI)PATIH ON TIE WARPATH.
------
IIE iNDLIES '1'I POLIC l'01'' A YES
1ITI0U'1' ULOVES.
A traitor to his party--Radicalism for
ever dead--What the future cou'so
of the colored vote should be.
James Redpath, an original
Abolitionist and freedom shrieker,
has writion a letter of advice to the
colored people, and sent it to every
newspaper south of Mason and
Dixon's line. The first part abounds
in abuso of Hayes, who is denounced
as a traitor to his party and to the
cause of liberty. Rcdpath assorts
that Aledk Stephens is President of
the United Statos, as far as the
Gulf States are concerned, and con
I tinues:
"As Lincolu will bo known as the
Liberator of the slaves, and Giant
as the Preserver of the Union, so
Hayes will bo remembered as the
Betrayer of the Southern lepubli
cans. Lincoln freed, Grant con,
quered, Hayes surrendered. Do
you forgot that it was to "save
Ohio"-that is, to elect Hayes as
Governor-that Grant was induced
against his own judgment, to refuse
the call of Ames for troops to pro
teet the RepublicanS of Mississippi?
That was the inauguration of Hayes'
Southern policy. Ho is acting
to-day in entire consistency with
his history in preferring the bandit
chieftain, Hampton, and the Ku
Klux cyclops, Nicholls, to the law
fully elected representatives of the
Republican voters of South Carolina
andi Louisiatna."
He then draws a raw-hoad-and
bloody-bones sketch of "General
Chalmers, who, openly defying the
Constitution in the "Whip-Cord
District" of Mississippi, calls up by
his own act the black spoectres. of
Fort Pillow ; as General Hampton,
by his arrogance, uncovered the
graves of the national soldiors
whose dead bodies wero exposed in
the streets of Charleston with a
decisive placard on their bullet rid
dled breasts." The exact meaning
of the above sententious bombast it
is difficult to catch, but Mr. Redpath
evidently felt better after delivering
himself of it, for he then follows in
some advice to the blacks, in which,
amid all the chalt there is a goodly
sprinkling of wheat, and which
therefore they will do well to hood.
He asks
"WHAT SHOULD THE BLACKS DO
and proceeds to answer it thus:
First of all, they should be taught
that they can now freely and honora
bly choose their political associa
tions without reference to the past
history of their race. They should
be taught that the mon who fought
for their freedom are now in a help~
less minority in the Republican
p)arty ; that the blacks owe it no
allegiance whatover now; and that
its recognized loaders, who wield
the powver of tihe Government, are
to-day the recreants who advocate
and defend and decree their aban..
donmi~ent.
It is true that the Democratic
party resistLed their on franchisemnent
but it is equally true that the Reo
publicain party refuses to protect
them in the exercise of the franchise
that they gave. Thoro is absolute
ly no difference whatover, now, be
tween the Democratic Party and the
Republican Party, (as represented
by hayes) on the question of the
rights and condition of the negro,
excepting in one important particu
lar. That exception is a vital one.
It points out the path of safety to
the black voter. It points out, also,'
the path of duty. We owe all~egi,
ance wvhere we receive protection.
The Democrats protect the Demo
cratic negro ; the Republican aban
don the Republican negro.
For myself,' being a white man,
and a Northe;:n nyan, I proposp. to
remain in the, Republcig party to
do my part to purge it from the~
thieves on thme one hand andth
pedagogues on the otheo . hand avhi
nowv infest 1t; but if I wvore a negro
and in the South, I should join the
Democratic party at once and vote
fqr its .candidates whenever they
were rep~utable men. Whenever
they wore bandits I should refuse to
vote at all. I wvas a member of . the
first Republican. $ational Commit
toe and I have qways bcqrn ,p Iadh.
cal Republican in my. pplitic ~. mac
tion. t t 1 wvaspyoro thamv m~i~.k.-a
"Kansas 'Rogniblican," .a "John
Brown abolitiopist;" and through
good repnnra and: eyil ranort T, ha
'never wavered in advocating the
rights of the negro, There is no
man so black that I am ashamed to
look in his face, I fool that I hav o
done my whole duty to the black
race. And with this record, un
brokon by a single word or act con
servative, I should urge the black
men of the South, if my voice could
reach them, to join the Democratio
party.
If they wore to do so in a body,
what would be the result? Abso
lute protection, to begin with, in
th eir rights of life and property.
They would not be drivqn from theW
homes by the thousands as t by
wore driven into the highways of
South Carolina, Mississippi and
Louisiana, because of their loyalty
to tho Republican party. The
DEMOCRATIC IRGItO Is T14 sAF!sT
male creature that 1 know of in the
Gulf States. All other malos must
fight for themselves. Foghim onl,
every white shot gun if rady te do
battle to the dea thI
The exodus 'of the blabks 'to the
Democratie'party woulzreake- tab
powerful organization e olnpige
of negro rightsr Thore1is a. n~ove.
mont growimg rapidly in the B') ..
lican party that soks to lihit 'the' I
franchise to the educated class n4
to the holders of proporty. ' '
sentiment has sprung out of the
corruptions of shillolah rule in New
York and other .Northern cities that
are controlled by the Irish vote.
The democrats will resist this Ineas
uro on behalf both of the Irish and
the blacks, because the negro vote
gives the South thirty--nino mom.,
lors of Congress which the Demo
crats have now gained forever in
consequence of Mayes' Southern
policy.
It will make no difference to the
friends of the negro in the' North
whether he votes for the Demuoprate,
(and thereby secures safety and
justice for himself and his family in
other ways,) or'whether h& persist'
stolidly voting fo' the demagogues
who use him, (as rHayea as4one,) as.
a mere ladder to.politigal,power-tQ
be kicked aside ah sody as' ho is uses.
If the black man does - %f foi' the
Republicans, his vote will not be
counted-and he will gain the ill
will of his white Southern neighbors
without aiding his friends in the
Northern States. .
If there are colored men who
cannot vote for Domocratic candi
dates lot them refuse to vote at all.
It is a wickedness to try 'to keep
up a Republican party in tho South
excepting on the basis of t large
native white vote. It will ond only
in still further troubles to the poor
and misled and too-grateful blacks.
The best thing that every black man
can do in the South is to consult,
his own individual intorest without
regard to : party platforms, (as.
President Hayes has done,) in mak-.
ing up his mind for whom he shalb
vote in all future olections.
The allies of the administration,
will urge your people to repudiate.
my advice and appeal to them.to,bo
"loyal" to the Republican organiza
tion. Lot .them turn a deaf 'ear.
to these deluding de1nagogue-or .
ask them, at least, before listening.
to them, whether they hold. an ofiled
or are seeking an officei It would,
be a great triumph to the Admillis;
tration if the blacks shoulhd'otitidae
to bo-true to the Presidleunt. who hq
betrayed them. But let the colored.
people seriously ask themselves,
whether it wvill be a. good fjng for
their race ? and let. thoem act as they
shall honestly answeor this' questiog,
I care nothing for~ jpitied~ p~rtes,
but I do most profoundy yrpa
thize with defencoloss classee i. anid,
familiar as I am with tdliai histbry of
the last catapaign in Southa Carolin.
and Louisiapa, I. shonl) re ,so to,
believe that God governs $hI wvold
if the dastardly -treachery of tiie
adnministration to then blacka~ is Adt
visited with t4he. dostructip, th
party that shall sustain its, '.he I
pubhican party, if it sub idt Wt
Ieadership' of Hayes, wtvi ot'bo t
to ' live; because its Will therebg
\abandpn both (t, p e3 U4 i
savio0r8j the prigipl eaO gover1
mont -6 f the oepl foF'thd i
people by 1Whhl 'Tolh'eitw'
nouncead and the nedqs of Sotit
Carolina 'andl,ILouisism ho, when.
the roadl wore pickpto~ ar4~A'e
mnon, eraw1od, at peril ok tfi litde,.
through tiio swainp~a atid m'oiss
and thick-woodsI; in or derK to' roach
tha ontmtyt eas .wherQt prescoo
of tlo,b nI~bo IadQi safe o
oven pos l- .Ir' thou', 'i 46te It'
was thissient-heroidithI thblime6
devotion iof thei blacke to - thdl 1
I tej brse

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