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')EST Dry Goods House in the Soth
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ples and PfooeList,
oct 27- ~ IIH~~h 1311, G
BRESH Oheese ahd Ordoeord, at.
,b. -~,6 J MroCAILEY'S,
are pleased to announ co . the
buyers of Winnybor~oand the Coutty,that
we are now roeevin0 one of the lqrgost
Shoes and Boots,
Hats and Caps,
Ever )fOre4 in this markq(.
It shall be ogr aim, as heretofore, to
sell as low as the lowest.
In short,wo don't intend for any Qo to
go away from Winnsboro 1 get cheap
goods, Call and oxagin.e our
ifRORLE to know that we have a good
Painter and a good TrimmeT, and that
Ive ar.e thorqoughl propared to do good
is well seasoned, being from two to thre.e
will attend to the Horse SJoeing depart,
We sell the famous Tredegar Horse and
MBIlo Shoes, Southerg manufacture.
Also, the Bronzed Horse Shoe Nail, best
in the par.cet
All work as .epraencAq d, or no Qlagg.
Pjiees as loW as any respontsible firug
DiESPORTES & MONTS,
sept 5;- Weclrights and Farriers.
HElII first House in town~ to Mednce
..Whiskiey to; ten eqrto a az'ink, Beer
to five cents a h1s ~ d Billiards fifteen
cents per' 'b.H whg a large and well
sebte Pure Liquors en hand of
which the following are g few oC -tig
Pure old ontuoky Bourbon, Cabinet,
XXXX ad aker Rye, Sour Mash Stone
8~MtCorn, a specialty, Cognac,
Calif rnia, Peach and Appl Brandies.
Champagne, Sherry ad*,' W .
Cincinnati Lager Bdt3 y kep en
ice, and all sorts of fu y and cool dinks
prepared In the th.op.asty manner at
april a-tt J, P. McARLEY.
Mount Zion Graded School.
~~ The F'1 Session of Mo nt
Zion G4 :4 School Nill bein
on the 2 ofSeptemrn 9
o'clock, t4.zm. under t he 'rdl
and regulations bhrrhtofore
eve ' it. Pupils in th'e highet
lribwill be ohar ~ .56 e
mnh.h "NW ew pupils -rl 1f raed
unleed t du enter one ofthe~ 'e4s
already eh~lished, A'iijpt
R. MEANS D4VIS
aug 24.td 'Prinipl1.
TO MpKE MONEY
Pleasatl and fasA, agente should ad.
dress I, BIAAVEY h 00.. Atlant&,
PurlGes tlh Blood and Gives
Du Q UOlN, IL . s., janl. 21, 1678.
74R. n. Lt BT XvE~Ns -
Dear Your "Vegptlie" bas been dolng
wondorstfor ro.' Havo-bdt liaving the ;hlils
and Fever, contracted in tI -swamps- or the
0outh, nothing giving me relef until began
the use of your Vegetine, it giving in inimed,
Ato relief, toning up my system, purifying ruy
blood, giving strength' whereds a i of her medl
Cines weakened me. and filted my system with
olsok "and ani satikted tijat If farqilleti hat
tyivuii (0e io disrith oy e Stit' and West
Stake gettino two or threb umes a veek,
they would hot be troubled with the Chills or
Clhe malignant Fevers that 'provalt at certain
times of tho year save ddetor's bills, and live to
.a god old age. fiespctfully yol rs
Agent Henderson's Looms, St. toils, Mo.
ALJ, PseVAss oF 'ilE UOO.-If ycgettiie will
reiseve pain, cleanse purify and cure sitch
diseases, restoring the patilent to prf.e.ct
health after trying different 'physitians, mitany
remedies suffering for years, Isit not cocnclu
sive proo, if you are a sufforer, yoi can be
cured? Why is this medicine performing such
great eures? It works In the blood, in the cir
rula fluid.--t can. trly be called the
Geat lood-Puri fer. The greatsource or (1i
ease originates in the blood; and no mnewiie
that does not act directly upon it to pm'lify and
renovate, has just claim upon public attention.
H* s Eitirel'y Curel Nio of
CAIRO, ILL., Jan. 23, 181S.
11n. It. I. t5VN
BDeh' it--I haVb used seeri holes of
"1C(GETINE"; it has entirely cured ie of
Vertigo. I hac also used It for Kidney Com
plaint. It Is the best nedicind flr kiii6y
complaiut. I woul rocQmnmOnd -it an a good
bjood purillor.- - N. YOCU,1.
PAIN AND DISEAsE.--Can WO eXpect to enjoy
good healthwhen bad or corrupt humors cIr
eulatenytsl he blood, causing pain an t'disease';
aN tlesehumots, beteg~depl~tedi( ibrough t he
et re body, pi-oduco pimpes, eruptions, iuleers,
indigestion, (tstiveness, headaches, neuralgia,
rheumatism abd numerous other complaints?
Remove th cause by tokig yegcttne, the
hnost teliable remedy fqr dleaning and purify
Ing .he blood.
I Believe it to be a Good Medi
Ia. 8.Txv Ns: ENJA, Q., Aarch 1, 1877.
Dear Sir-I wish tW inform you what. your
Vegtine has dop 6for mo. I have been aifliet
ed with Neuralgi, and after using three bo,
ties ?f the V.egetne was entitely reileved. I
also td my general health mueh improved.
I believe it to be a good Wfedtcic'e.... .
Yours truly, VJARD IIARVEtSTICK.
VEOETINE thoroughly cradle tes every kind
of humor, and restores the enthi system to a
H. R. STEvENs:
I)carSir--We have ;eaoi 5lling your 'Tege
tine for the pasteIglitben month.;, and we take
1'0sure fin' stating that in every ease, to our
Vh6vledge, it has given great satisfaction.
Is THE BEST
Prepared by '
R. R. STEWENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by all Drugists.
W. Gh ROCHE
HAS removed to the store next to the
poyt-oflco, where lie wvill be glad to re
b'eMve' his friends and customers.
A full line of Sgn?.ples will be kept on
h ad' frdmn wh4ich customers may make
sele ogs. Ho now has the finest lino of
F'ronh and English goods e~or brought
to this market.
Hie Is also prepared to cut or to mak
up goods for thsd dvb' desire.
RIaymepts of all kinds repaired apd~
pgOlaging a sped~agy.
Thankful to the public for puast patron
age, he solio( # a continuance of -the
same, and guar ,Jtes gisfacion.
sept 18 W. G. ROOHlS.
Columbia n Cardp,
TEDQUARTERS for cheapest Gro.
L.Leries and Har dware in Columbia'
to be found at the old reliable house of
LORtIOK & LOWRANOE.
obpled. Art Gallery Building, 124 I'ain
Street, Co0 )A, 8. 0. Visitors 'are
cordiajgy itfdto call and examine.
H~IA1IL8 ELIAS,formerly of Oamden,
J.ha' Ved to golumibia, an.l o p'nod
aIaeostook, of Dr'y Goods and stdu,
B3oos Shoes, Trunks and Valisco. i
faction guaranteed, '"
1 othe Whee Hopse. Portraits,
Ph phbs, Am ot'ju and Feogoypes
flB jhein tho 1 atotsye the art,
O.plot oo eand e a to any
a n ''. A,' OKLIlNG .roprietor.'
JI KRS ,DAY' d
SilVer a d Pla~e Ware sious rr ii.
htig God ~ &o . ~,-a es an jo
e'fr'p b f. . o 1
f'1E GREENXIACFIC PARTY,
.Messrs. fd-itors: As you have
doned it a public duty to assail my
political position, through your
columns, I denlond as a matter
of right, to myself to b.o heard, in
my own defonceo, through the s'ame
medium. I am happy to know. that
you learned somohuing, however un
important, from my former commu~
nication, as I feel satisfied it Con
tainod some in formation for most
of your roadors, that they had, hith,
orto, failed to obtain from interested
sources ; and inamnnch as you have
failed as public journalists, to on
lighten your roaders upon the sub
ject of national finances, which ;s
the most important of subjects now
before the American people, I will
promise, that, if allowed the space
of. oio column each weok, for the
eiisuing three months, to give your
readers moro information, on this
theme, than you have in t*o years.
Ii reply to'your assertion that "thei
strength of the Deinocratic party
being'aclkIowledged, it follows that
those who join other parties must
join, not bocause they fear the weak
ness of the Democratic party, but
because they ire opposed to Demo
cratic principles and desire to do
stroy that party, etc." "As far as this
is conceruod the Nationals and
Radicils* stand on the same plat
form." Very good so far aa you go,
but why 1not go a little farther and
state the fac.ts iii full, we not only
desire the destruction of the Demo
cratic party but also of the Radical
party, and in this latter particular
wo stand onA the same platfori as
do the Democrats. We i. o. the
National Greenback party, and not
the "Nationals,"' desire the stamp
ing out of both the old partieds, be
cause they are controlled by, and
manipulated, exclusively for the
benefit of the money power of Europo
and the Eastern States, and every
well iiifiji-incd porson knows, there
is no osseintial 'difforonce, betwoon
the platforms of the two ; and it is
a:most univ ersally concede 1 that w)O
of the Soit4-have fared oqually as
woll, if not better, undor Clie admin.
istration of Hayos than we would
have fared, under that of Tilden,
had he possessed the manly nerve to
grasp the'prize we fought so hard
to bestow. Again, Mesrs. Editors,'
you purposely or ignoriantly, neither
of which is excusable, misrepresent
fvqetp ivhen you declare Beast Butler,
Shupo, 'D.oni Iearnov, and the
Mollie Maguires, to be leaders of tho
National Greenback Party ; why not
"tote fair" in this matter and men
tion the names of such men as Ttcks
or, afid CObopor, 6f NewYork, Wm.
Allen, ox-Democratic Governor of
Ohio, whom Tildon and other East
ern Bondholders with their "Barrel
pf mo ney" helped to. defeat, two years
ago ; and Ex-Gov. A. G. Cui'tid of
Ep44. 4E 'for' 'Brick' Pomeroy I
wil simply state as a matter of re
corded fact, that ho has, until two
years ago, been one of the few con
sistent Democrats of the northern
Statos, amad that chuinmg amid since
the war, he hii upon all occasions,
proven himself a most ardlent sup..
porter of ihe constitution, and a
faithful friend to the Southern peo
ale. 1m0 reply to your admonition
to ".pause and considoll etc.," wve
will state that this is no rash step,
but one the offdcts of which we have
carefully, calmly and deliberately
i~oighmed, and our conclusion~ is that
no harm' can come to the good peo
ple of our state by our effors to
enlighten the poollo upon ~wrongs
thit have been porpbtrated, by both
Natiopal parties, upon01 the honest
bciborinig p~nd debtor class of th6
United'States, for the boisofit of ani
untaxed Bondholding iiristocracy.
Jp regard to the negroes, or radicals,
bcining members 'of our party I
will smnply ipay, that like all other
Democratic, we shall 'easor ' by
all fair means to sec.tiro' the assist
ance of all voters withou~t regard t6
color, or previotis condition ot'
physical obr W'olitical agiliation im1 the
past, and 'when scured use them
for the accomplishment of 'the purt
pgoes/for which wve are organized,
viz': the imnmediato 'caljing in of all
United States lBohds and the payft
mont of tboem, ji'inciple and interost
in legal tender lawful Groonbacki
jper mnopoy of tI~e 'United States;
"Wht 'do theo gentleon want
that the Demiocratic party doeod'not
give themi " Yes,' Messrs. Editoisj
we "are chiefly interestod 'in' thd
financial qtuestion," and know fr i
the past thistory of 'the National
Deinooratie .Party, the kind of relief
w~Ie'ar to .Qxnnat fim'o i.t. inl O$nty
one platform adopted by it since
the war htave we had any proiise of
relief ;. Seynour and Blair were
nominnited og a platform declaring'
the Bonds should b9 paid in Greeni
backs, but this did ot 'meet with'
the Approval of the Bondholdor
who bought the influeuce of thd
Now York World, the organ, of. the
DOnocratic party, to defeat the'
party's nominees ; since that tim6
Mr. August Bohnont, agent for the'
ilothsechilds who owin about one
hlf of our'* U. S. BonIfs, has dicta.
ted the candidatos and plannod theig
Your thrust at my ruling, that 'a
rwan cannot be anl active member of.
two Domocratic clnbs at thd A'ame
time, is scarcely wprthy oftuotice, as
there is no analogy whatever.'
Whether or not the State and coun
ty Democracy will accept o r prob,.
fored assistlance in the coming cam
paign is a mattor for them in the*
wisdom to decide.; if they are fool
hardy enopgh to cause the death of.
the party, it will be no funeral Qf
ours. I do not nieax to assert Ihat
reading us out of the party would
kill it, but no one can now see the
result of an un'called for stop. Now,I
lessrs. Editors, I have. dnn witli
niy reply; and although it it Jore
what lengthy, though not more Sq'
than yoiur attack, I trust you will do
no the justice to publish it, and it
you or any of your ieaders desire a
discussion of the principles I advo-:
cato, chooso your ground and your'
weapons and I will be your.
"vi.-a-vis.' V. P. CLAYTON.
Feasterville, S. 0., Sept. 2, 18.78.
Workingmen numbering six hun
dred, employed by C. Nugent &
Co., New York leather manufactur..
ers, hive held a meeting denoune
ing Dennis Kearney, who assagited
the firm in a speech.
Orville Grant, the ex-President's
b.rother, has been sent to an insane
asylum at Morristown. N. J. His'
mind runs on great .peculations,
and he was sent to the asylum at
the request of his friends.
The London papers tell o'f a
yotng Scotch gentleman who rode
from Kilmarnock to London and
back again, over eight hundre4
miles, on a bicycle, making 'in his
longest day's travel 112 miles.
The Commissioner of tho Land
Office at Washington has been'
forced by the oxhaustion of funds
to notify about sixty-five' of his
male and female clerks that thei'
services have to be dispensed with.
Sovier Lewis was Ilangeqd at
Empire City, Oreg.on, on Friday,
for the murder of his brotl' or in
1876. He was vindictive- and un%
repentant to the last, accusing his
relatives of conspiting to secure his
William Enright was released
from jai at Laramie, 'Wyoming
Territory, on Friday, by the, ex
piration of his sentence for burglary.
Ho celebrated the occasion by.
getting drunk, and was killed a few.
hours afterwarids while resisting ad
officer Who attempted to arr est
Several New York manufacturing
firnas have received orders for con
sidrable quantities of oil lig
piPco., stoamn pumps, engine~s and
boilers, to ie. shipped immediately
to'St. Petersburg, Russia. 'The oil
discoveries on the shores of 'th'd
Caspiani sea lately have causect
goveral young 4.moricagis togo
Pilofessor James Thomson, of.
England, has 'recen thy conistructed
a machin~e wviidch, by moans of the
n)pdi'e friction'of a disk,' a ' ylindor
and a ball, is cap,ab.,e of effecting a
variety of the egnplicatode,d'calcrla"'
tions vljich ocu'r iu'the applid~ation
of miathemnatics to p~iysicoal pr'ob-'
loims. B3y' the simple pro9'ss of,
tuirning a hai~dle iimtjnskilled lalbor
er mnay, in~ a give'n tinie, perform the
yoik of ten skilled arithmnetieians.
There is considrble exciteugont
as IEaston, Pa., otor' the arrest of,
O. L Godfrey, ai pat'rlage' builder,
on thme chargo hf.' araon. A mai'
named Edward I~oseber'ry, indei
arrest on aniother charge;' olair'n'
that in Dec~ember last - Godfrey
90.94with himy one, WVilliat1
t1wley fo'r the puirpose. of btdr ii
his ~alrange york4, which vere hy.
insurod;- an~d'Cawley ig, 'grm' M4
oedy$150 'to dd tlie work.
Boh odry and Rose,berry werd
hold iif $2,000 bail for a hearigg'
To .suffer and be 'pleasant
almost in~possible for anadult, a
aflicted' with Oohec, Darrhma6
other troubles6me disordote
Dr. Bull's Baby 'Syrup. Pi