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Tue'Aay, June 12. 1877.
R. MICPA f )) A VIS, 1"n tor,
J NO. S. %4YNO.Db, AHvocilatta .iClLto".
'') Silf.:mt of TInro k 'v hais f ithr(e
holired w\iv'& :md). five to sn
servnt' t' feI in his palnit, :tin1
reports itre t I t, miet his
buitcher's billsi for thle armiy.
I'he Ioowi of 3utiitt Cariroel,
Tllinois, was detstroyed by ia cyclone
on thre fourth. And the Now York
I/ereld is happy because 'two days
before it prodiCted cyclones in that
Grant visited Westninister Abbey
two Sundays ago, and when Dean
Stanley alluded to him as the hero
who, by his libOral treatment and
generous dealing towards the South,
had obliterated all sectionil hato,
the ex-president inilecl grimly at
the joke, and bespattered Queen
Vic's new satin - gown with fresh
Tho 'Legislature adjourned siun
(ie before day on Saturday. A
good det of sound logislation was
accomplishod, and fny number of
wild cnt schomes woro buried.
Despite the vagaries of some elmnt
bors, and: the diversity - of opinions
existing on matters of vital inport
ance, tho Hession pissod off very
well, and the Legislators are to 'be
congratulated on their worhi.
The War in Europe.
It would not 1)o realized that war
existed between Russia and Turkey
but for ttho bungling telegrams
which arrive daily, tolling nothing
and accomplishing nothing except,
to perplex the 1)eople who road them.
Nothing (locisivO has yet bo0ondoto.
'rhe latestnowti is that disagreemnclits
have arisen betwoon the Grand Duko
N icholas and General NiofojscItetzky
which hav n roiuidnund it. netsrv
for the Czar to assume the supremo
,command, and he has according.
ly established his headquarters at
Plojosti in Wallatchia. Tho Sultan
it at Pora. Councils of war arc hold,
ing by either party. The 1)anubo
river is swollen by rals and cannot.
I Crossed ydt. 'Iho 'tit-hs need
money badly". They have an abund
alce of artillery inl C'otnstantinople
ahtl gitotd tt:aterial for envitalry. imt
the .Turks will hie defeat ltd.
Grant in England.
lMintister P'ierepont's. ini Lodn
andtt is saidh to hav t~~tsIhaken1 tuni s
withi a I housan~d of 1 he c/i// of I th
wvorld, ineludinig Japatn and China.
A caible dlispultih says:,
All thle memiibeis of 11er Majetv's
Cabinet were't. presenft except Lord
Beaconsfield, who is ill, and alnost
the entire diplIomatic -corps aittenid
-ed, the~ Jatpaniese andir Chinese ami1is
sadors beimg especially remarkable.
A large nmber of mnemers of Par
liamient, Mr. Johni Birighit, Mr. Glad
stone, Mr. T1omn Taylor, Mr. Williamn
Black, Rev. Monetre 1). Conway.
P'rofessor S(chliomasonj 01md the Earl
an~d Couintons of Cithness were
amlonlg tihe dIiatienguishied gnests.
There wono proseont alno Prinace
Albert do Solmsx, tihe Duke of Leeds,
the Duchess of Iledford, the Earls
mand Countesses of B~ehnore, Long..
ford, D)imraven and Dieie, the Earl
of Shaftesbury, Earlx Manners, te
Viscount lmid Viscoun tess Cardwell,
ILords Selborna, Camoys, Al fred
Churchill and Cottesloo, Nir Charles
A dderley. Spen~lcor01 Wilo 0
Mr. Chi( ldo, the Master of Rolls
$ir Rutherford Alcock, Baron
Roueter., the lishop1 of Glottost or,
Dr. Newman H-all, Mr.~ Arthur Sulli
vtan, Barlon Lioiiol de Rothschlild,
Mr. McCollough, Mr. Torrons, Mr.
Blancohard1 Jerrold, Mr. Russell
Ourney, Mr. Karl lind and Gonoral
Twelvo years ago, Grant 'wonld
niot bayro becu alone samldur .bantd
'with Biuffnlo Dill or Texas Ja~k
while mi draw of firewater fromt
Captain Jaenk' or Skhacknasty Jim's
cuantoon would hatve boon most
accoptable to thle throat that is ntow
regaledi wit h green seal or Vouvec
that 1the barefootodest boy in Ame i
ca might one day bawomue .President,
but even his fortile iilagi'ttion did
yof)t coitenIpltltfhe possibility of
(uIrles ('(Coor's "<11rn1ken tannoier,
pickerL f1111 t Gahu-mt uitter" shai k.
Lilt iit:illtvit iw 'i'i rit ic"1ti t - i t
(in0 toal ithe pm en VieI ia s aii
r fuch a to tA bo t 1,ing'I.
Ti he1n n the last 1 i :illin,- Itrh
1inrope cti'ount, (11I0l len t ofd 1
fio No,111v (,,i t,/ 11h~ . Carr~ll; it
onvs nr1in1 ( 'olba: ( i i l1
e1getItUNit li knIew Irto\ (was w ti
(one to other pa in.re s retin
r0imblance to the libels perpetra l
dluring the last campaign on the
feonp10 l of South Carolina by one
Howard Carroll, corresfponldent of
the New York Timies. Ca1 rroll it
wats, who, ini Columbia, acknowlI
tiege tht he knew he was writing
fa lsios, but rep le. tt hle w ts
compelled to do Ho in order to retain
his fat position. His letters from
Columbia were carefully prepared
f rom1 affidavits of the Ellnon w,1104
niesses sublorned by ('Orbin' andl(
Chamberlain, and were harrowing
aind blood-cu.rdnthe hise t: st degre.
Carroll wais in isippi1 o i he abou the
time of the tragedy, and we ae
mon 11y ertain that ho is responsible
for th report contained in th 1e
Times, at part of wh lich seems1 to
enlter into the neeoimt, published by
the liohs and tolliar". For this
reason wo a0h t xtroely the truth
of the ao i pndlt.
Ino the second p 0lace, f granlitintg is
truth, the occurr'enlc wast: not worse
than many of .thff cirimles ha111p),ling
daily in the North ; and owhen
Northern jounLVals and th tievini
Radicta dima.gogues Howl over it,
they should be told plainly to maimic
their Owns business, andi refrm')r) their
owl motrals. As to holdin e e o
people of Mississippi and tIhe iwhole
South responsible for the lawlessner s
of at p)art,y of infuriated men01, living
inl a county where at nmber of as
6:LHssinationsH havo occU rred, this is
proposter ous. O Ur ow paper 11110':
Should not dignify the occ~urrenlce
by giving it prominent -mention.
As for the Foderal ;raministratiom.
having inything to say in this mat
tort we only add that ia govermnn( t.
which hanged Mrs. Srratit ill cold
blood, for nothing. had better he
silent. when a lawless m1ob1 shoots a
wOlntal who is defendtlng a suse)tedil
murderer, even though he h0 her
t o tioniite fo ii. il''io <i ohoth of
Il lai1It'hl (itm:.I V u\ I h V - e
laiined t he *gei oft i my .'ne y*.--1
--incluing maied, h- ad.Nind
"'In Timo of Pen'oo .repa o (It.r1 \\'ar'."
MIe'er'. ]itors :
It soomns that the 'omlin~g (Clerk's
-election is bleginninig to excit~o a
goodl d1eal of interest . throgh out the
public as5 well as8 private atspirantits
for the oflico. We had coneilnlded
after the opening of thle last ll' s
campaign, that the timoi had aa-r'ived
inl this conntriy 'when ollico would
hencofor'th seek meni inisteadl of monht
soeking oflice. 'We would theirefor'e,
with (du1 deforencoc to the~ gentlmen
who already in thle field, suggest
the propriety of of all htnds "lying
low," at leaist for the time being, ais
it is ovident to every thinking mtind
that tho intore~st of tihe country at
.largec requires 'that tho selection of
the man for that p)oitionl must he
left to the comb11ined judgmL'ut of
tho Demiocratic c'ounty conv'en tioni.
Wo areo led to give this timely warnI'
ing from tho fact that we thlink we
sco a disposition on the par t of some
to advocate a hiud of conseriati(e
pa)lley, thereby ,eithier bonestly
.showing a want of confidence in the
furthoer succos~s of a straigh..
tout ticket, or ti .wzheronsly
intendling dir'etly or indirect
ly to strike a blow at the
heart of the Domiocracy. This con
servative boulr is beyound doubt)1
at this time the miost dangerous
rock to wvhich the old ship of namn.
craey is exposed. Lot us therefore n
take warning from the' past, and '
learn a useful lesson from our eni
iies as to the importance of strict n
party organization, and by steering 1)
(lear of this breaker and keeping
11 firi ld to tho breeze tho straigh
out, amnd tarnished Democratic
c(b's mHakeo sutccess crown our of- f
I I i l (he colilg contest and in
ri utur*o jLetins. Still holding 'i
11!b 11mtatinedl banner19t, we will
b O)nahel to snil triumniphautly into .c
i I t li uidoub ited su ccess. For
aIN little as sonme moay think of it, the- t
comling Clr'(s election will decide
for all time to cai.n one of two
things--it will prove either the 1
r(surrect,ion or the eternal and y
everbisting death of the now to
all apLx-aralcies defunct 1Radical
party ill Fairfield county. Let it ho
the death by all means, and not the
resuirrectioni. Let us hiavo noI
l)ickerings or 1 dissensi)ni among our
selves, but dropping all petty
differences let 11 unite to a man,
and putting ohu' rhioulders to the
wheel work harder aud with more
d8termination than we ever have
before. For r'st a:ssured we are
not yet "out of the woods." In our
eonvention) w) miiiiet waitehi closely c
Chue uduler Ceitrnt, and "pu11t none
but1 Ametricatns on guar1.d,"alias
.I)emioerat, uad good, sound, I
st raighI out ones nt thlttt--none of
youin r wishy washy, milk-and-eider t
sort, of (attie. W'e need no consor
vative sugair 11w, "in 111'11," have
already 1had(1 too much of that kid i
of ./op, and being done forever with
n I 1 . l .r d r in / ,' , g iv e u s i d ic a l R e -
inlAv, June 8.
S I:x.1sri:. ]
'The Iouse resolutl ion reqiestirg t
Judge Wright, to rs.ign was laid on
v. J.T. .%'c ynoldsi was elected a
nuembuwer of t h'. e ommuhissioni to se
le't text, hoo 1.s f'or i1h, 0com1111)1
schools. IHfe siulbse plently declied, i
and Pirmof. Jaies .11. Carlisle was ,
chos0n ill his place.
'ihe ct)Ilmiti Ve to investigate the
tranlsnetionsi of the .1tep)ublicen1
F-mi t in. Comupany and ntuiztte s
co)lnneeted wil Iit submitted aie)oi t.
'hils reo)0rt shows mitany corrupt
trlansact.i(ons oil the part of the
Printing Iting. It appears to the
oit1111111 tee that a large amlUounI t of
-tertiticietes of indebtedness, is-ned
to the Repuli4_ .Printing Compa
ny~ ini 1873, for a work niot yet ir,
'rmed, altlihough Juilly paid for, wasi'
is-niedt i ember sis of the Legisla
so1 jie wa 8132.608. Th'le comnn
mi.t tie urge afull and vigorous ini
veligaion 111of all the transa~uctions~ of
ihe Senate thanl took ai recess till
1 . E :' IA r i'lmi'1AivES.
Th 'spaker1 ap)ointed~ as the
e .cul.uCe ti 'oindu~ict the im,
lu.Sheppard, Orr, Aldrich and
J. Ji. HIemphill.
'Thle report of thie commnittee on
the pay of members was adopted.
This fixes the pay' at $30() for tho
regular and1( the same sumi for the
Soveral bills. of local .im~iportance
only, were p):sed(.
B~radlecy othered a. concurrent r'eso..
lution thazt tho General A5sseanly~
adjourmn sin?.c!I die o Saltuirday, Jun'e
9, at 2 a. m. Th'le resolution was5
adtopited and a message to that etet
ordlered to he sent to the Senato.
The House thein took a recess to
eight o'clock, p.* m.
-Close of the Session.
[. 'e' and Orier. ]
COrUMBuna, Friday, June 8, 11 p*m -
The commnit tee of conference on the
supply lill submnitted at repUort which
placedl the hill in the same shape as
amnd(ed b~y tihe House. Tho title
of the bill as finally passed and rati
fiedi is, "A bmill to raise suplies and
make aippropriatious for the fiscal
year commencing November 1, 1.876."
T1he, hill to provide for the public
printng and1( at numbier of ulnimplor'
tant bills were rat itied and approved
by the governor.
Messrs. Walker, Witherspoon
and1( M~eetzo wiOroC elected b~y the
Senate to represent that b~ody on
the commission to investigate tho
inBoth hoiuses waited for idnhight,
morder to give the thbird readling to
a number of biills.
In executivo session, the Senate
ratified the appointment of county
officers and tirial justices, handed in
by the governor.
The Senate reconsidoerod tile voto
lony taken b'y 'the Voodruff Whit
rnore comriittoo, and ordered that
be not'printed, b'ut held secret
u1d turned over to the now con
iittee created under.-he resolution
arssed tosday. ' On the part of the
enato, Messrs. Cochran and Meetze
vere appointed on this committee.
-'Tihe special order, mmely, the
lection of commissioners to investi.
atO the indabtodness of the State,
mns then taken up. Messrs. 13an
erg, Coit, Hood,'Shaw and Curtis
ere nominatel, and Messrs. Ban
erg. Coit, -Shaw and Hood 'were
A resolution of tlhanks wias voted
o the Hon. W. H. Wallace for the
oulrteous and able manner in \Which
1e has discharged the duties of his
The IiousdA concirred in the Sen
to concurrent resolution to appoint
conmnission to sit during the recess
or the investigationi of matters con
Iected( with the public funds, the
inking fundl and the election of
at.terson. iMe s'srs. Sheppard,
)aniel, Dibblo and G1. Mfuller were
ppointed the conmlitteo oil the
art, of the House.
After clearing up a large p6rtion
f necessary busilles, the General
,-eimbly adjourned siC die at
2.21) a. in.
SOUTH CAfOLNA NE Wo.
A telegraph line from Allendale to
arhwell, via Bladkville, is spoken
A Barnwell lady has picked one
mlndred and ten quarts of straw,
icr ries from two small beds.
Newberry will soon be treated to
'he finest theatricals itd 'tableaux
The E.llcnton 'cases are said to
ave cost'the government fifty thou
an1:d dollars. Pretty good sum for
The recent election for probate
u Ige in Orangeblurg county resulti
Il in the choice of MWr. C. B. Glover
y I welve hundred majority. Dr.
-Iydrick, who was vo'.ed for by the
mldical, was not a candidate.
Th eolection for members -of the
.muse from Charleston county, to
ake the places of tho ousted
Jaickevites, will be held( onl the 26th
nist. 'lue Democratic cottnty con
cntion, to make Iolilations, will
;e held on the 19th inst.
'Thy volunteer company forming
" Ydrkvi'le is to be knowil'na the
rinkins Rifles, in perpetuation of
he name of the galhilit -General
dicifi .kinims. An organization of
lie company has been effected.
Amiong the distinguished men
vo are -sloj ourn ing in Kingstr.ee,
re Messrs. Jeff. Davis and Horace
Trcoley". The acre boarding with
dr. Jere 1ll ikely at the county jail.
feff. Davis is indicted for lareeny
mld Greeley for burglary.
Saturday afternon last thme Green
ille street ears conmmneod running
>ver tihe whole line of road, from
lepot to dlepot. Th'Ie business has
ncased largely, an~d ihe cars are
-ery often crowdeod to their tmjost
A dlifliculty occurred a fewv days
igo in York county between Mr.
Aarlanmd Smith and M~r. Lj. L. Mc
[4emore and his so-n, which resulted
n the serious injury of Smith. They
tre) fro~m tile Broad river side of the
sounity, and at the time of the on*.
oun11ter were1'( returi ng home from
o)wn, where they had spent the day
n the trial of a case in which~ McLe
nore was tile defendant, and Smit'h
iwitnless. Thle testimony of the
alter exeited1 tile wiath of MclLe
mora,0. which afterwvards led( to the
ililinty, which was wiktnessed only
'y theO par ticipants. Smith is charged
by' McLemore with beginning thec
ighlt, by striking him on thle head
withl a pistol. McLomore, nided by
his son who was preent, resisted
thoe .attack, and while miakinlg a free
uise of rocks infilicited1 upon his op1
p~onient a wound wvith a knife, which
A sweet little girl sat next mne at
thet first recital of tile Chopin's11
music given by Mmne. Essipofl.
During tile >pathetic "Marche Fiune
bre" from ijo Sonai ta., opus 35, ther
attention was11 fixed as if the music
had enitranlced her very soul. Her
eyes glistened with emotion, and her
whole face was (expressive of achinirai
tion and excitemient. When the
pianlist lhad fjiished, the gentleman
who was with this sweet little crea
Lure turned to her and said: "How
beautiful !" To which she replied,
"Yes, indeed ; doesn't it fit exquis
itely in thme black ?I How much do
you suppose it cost a yaird ?"
Thes New York Jferadd corre-.
spondent at Berlin telegraphs that
General Grant is expected in the
German capital in the autumn for
tile purpose of witnessing the army
mnancouvres. The heartiest recep~
Lion is assured him, as Baron Von
Moltke and the leading generals
greatly admire the former command
er of the Uninn armies
(Governor 'tampton's son, Pros
ton''vas the younger of twvo biotlers.
IHo was not tweiity :years 'of ago
whenl he fell duriug a severe engage
mnoiit in October, 1864, about twenty
rivo Miles northwest, bf Petersburg,
Va., where his father's 'command'was
::ovoring the right wing of Gon. R.
N. Leo's army. At the time, both
:f GEno.al Hampton's sons wore
acting as his aids, and when young
Preston fell, the fathor galloped
recklessly to the spot, folloived by
lis adjntant -goneral, Major. Barker,
ul( Wade Hampton, jr.. Both of
the last named were severely wound
ed whilo General Hampton was lift
ing the dea'd body of his boy. from
Lho ground. Judge Wafford, of
Kansas City, say' ho witnessed the
tcene, and saw' (on. Ham)to' car
rying the dead body of his -solu oh
the horse before him.
The jewels in Qh aon Victoria's
ciowin were estimated at ?111,900
forty years ago--at the time of her
coronation. Sinco then they . have
nuihel increased in value. Four
diamonds at the top of the crowh
are worth ?1000 each.
To the Citizens of Fairfield
Iannodnco niynelf'a i a candiiat for
the office of Clerk of the Court for Fair
field county. The following are my
reasons for seeking the oli -v: I shnve a
large family to support, iad children 'o
educato by fuy own efforts. I lost an arm
in 'he service of niy ountry, and the
olice would Yt leist be'a great h'l te a
man in my situatian. So if no other
inian offers, whose claims are better, and
you will elect iro I promise to till the
Oftico honestly, Ani to the b est 'of my
june 2-tf R. IL. JIENNINGS.
Connlor & Chanlle1r
TO their larga rinaI dlnstitn-sofmon
Especially their Berry, Fru-it efnd Preserve
To their v'ariety of LAMPS, which, for
beauaty and checapneoss, Cel.
To their large stoek of CE~OCK(ERY,,'which
t~hey offer at low prites,, to close ont their
GOODS in this lnO.
N OW is the season when the Liveor be..
comes torpid, refuses to do its shmn o
of work, and cauises distress to thehumn
syst em. Tlake Him mons' HeIpatic Comu
pound or Liver Cure andl all will be well.
The old adage, "Prevention is Batter
tihan Cure," cannot be more practically
illustrated than now when the sicness
usual att this easonl ca eeented by
the use of IMMON' bIEPA~l'IC OM.
POUND, which, by removing theo bile,
cleansing the stonmadhi and -howels and
p)urifyuig the blood, ejuables the syste ii
to reject malarial poisons and gives tono
and strength to the whole body. RIM.
MON8' H1',PATTC COMPOUND is all
Vegetable, iorfeetly h'armnlen; and~ won..
der 11y efteetive; can be uised at all times
and at all ages., imad <oes net interfere
with ondia daily pursuits, but on the con..
trery, enables us to pursue them with
renewved vigor. It is simpler, b~etter and.
cheaper than any similar preparation
ever odered. For sale by
WV. E. AnEN,
MicMARTEnt & Barn.
Winnsboro, 8. 0,
R, W. Bnxon & Co.,
WVoodward's, 8. 0,
DOW.IE & MOISE, Proprietors,
may 31 . Charleston, 8. 0.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
No. 1, LAw I AGE
Winnsboro, 8. 0.
Specal ttenionaid to thme apeedy
oo lotio of laim. 1 practioo In ad
of i ecourts of this hState and the United