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TUENBDAr NOVEMBER 1 5, 1978.
It. ME AN DA 178. 1DITOR.
JNO. S. 1EYNOLDS, ASSOCIATE EDITO1.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
For Aeutenant Governor:
W. D. SIMPSON.
For Secretary of State:
it. M. SIMS.
For Conptroller General:
For Attorney General:
LEROY F. YOUMANS.
For State 7'reasurer:
S. L. LEAPHART.
For Superintendent of Education;
HUGH S. THOMPSON.
For Adjutant to Inspector General:
E. W. MOISE.
For Congregs-Fourtha District:
JOHN H. EVINS.
DZMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
11. A. GAILLARD,
TI1OS. S. BRICE,
R. C. CLO WNEY.
For Judge of Probate:
J. R. BOYLES.
For School Commissioner:
The Ides of November.
To-day will be heavy with the fte
of Liberty inl the Unlited States. Two
great par.les representing utterly
anltagoiistlc opilionls on the fillida
mental principles of the constitution
will wage a desperate contest in
thirty-five States for the mastery in
Federal politics. In a large iumber,
State officers an'd Legislatures will be
chosen, but the great battle is for the
lower House of Congress. If the
Republicans triumph, the constitution
is placed ill - more sei'ious jeopardy
tl'n'ever befbro. If the Democrats
win, the country will be once m11ore
swung round into legitimato chaliuels.
The success of the Democratle party
is of suprelmlle m11olnelt to the S'>uth.
The old lladical leaders are rene;ving
the same crusade that has beeni car
r,1on since the inauguration of the
Abolition party, and time only adds
malignity to their efiborts. Whatever
the Northern Democrats may do0,11upon
the South devolves the imperative
duty of electing solid Congressional
delegations, and capturing the tweh~ e
districts retailned1 by the Radicals in
1870. Upon the peCople of South
Carolina (levolvyes the task of cement
ing the structure raised 1by D)emo
cratic hanids two years ago, so that
no future eilbrt by Radical, Greeni
hacker or anyone else may disclose a
crack or break into which an entering
wedge may be placed. The prospects
are bright all along the line, but
esp)ecially at hlome. Let the rising of
to-morrow's sun reveal a complete
realization of all our hopes.
- A New Crusade.
In their extremity, the Radicals
have thbrown aside all other argu
iments, and (durinig the last few days
of the canvass have again endeavored
to lash the people of the North into
frenzy by thme vilest slanders against
tihe South. No better Democratic
a: campaign documnent can be produced
than a rep)ort of a speech delivered by
the Millligan thief, Blaine, in Phiila
* (delphia on Saturday night. His
maniiifestaitlijr of malignity should
nerve every true son of the South to
~1 51superhulman exertions in order to
defeat the party, which, if sucessful,
will give loose l'eins~ to Uland and
Sherman'ai(d the liko, to omice more
place this section Under the iron heel
of despotismr. Lot every voter r.ead
it, and then go tQ tihe polls .with re
newed purpose of winning a decisive
vicIory. The following is the ex
At the Acadenmy of Music to-night
Mr. Blane, in thle course of his re
marks, sidd: Are matters in the SoutIl
progressing as patriotic, fair dealing
-- men mtust (desire? Let us see. There
* ~ is inl the Southern States a colored
* ~ ola0)Iltion amunntig- to well nigh
lIve million, alltentitled to 0u%kage or
the samd'tetms-as ivhite. To these
States are alportionled thlil'ty3-ftye 'ep
resentatives in~ Conlgress8, thirty-flye
Presidential e ,t0s by reason of thieir
* streni gth of1 '*o& reM tio0 e
-York is oflbetal Uio odiod 'popuilks
tion in thieSouth.. And yet thuis verq
population, by I'~o of whoap ii m3
besthi hi9reafe b sal NJ~J
assigne hy tu ag
eluded f'om all effective participat ion
in its privileges, atn'd the emtire five
millions of colmere people will proba
I bly be unable this year to ele t a Sin
gle represeitati ie In ICmIgress.
Even in the States of Sot ih Carolina
and Mli48issippi wherv loe olord inen
largely, otnumlbered the witle, dhe
result, will probablyrl be a ilitiimois
Demooratic delegationl in Cjgress.
y ai perversity ' of the coiiruciion
d refncinentand crue'lty, ie color
ed imenl are tused only to give ltldi
tional political power to the verv
Class, the very partyA whose priiciples
lose and vhose pritic filey, have tle
most Cause to dread by dest roying tihe
political power of tiM neugr'o. Tie
white iien in these States vastly inl
crease their own influence, and in (te
two States I have jatied, the Co
federate sohlier is to-tiy casting two
votes in, control o' our nationat poliev
where our Union soldivi in Penn%svi
vania and New England easts but oin.
With this state of things the Aierican
people will not. rest conlent. It is
remarkably unjust, not only to the
colored mni in; the South, but to the
white man ill tle North, and we will
be compelled in the end, from self
interest and Self-protection, to re.ort
to that which alt tle outset. we should
have resorted to from princilie. In
aill great tiicial and ceonomitic con
tests of the future, the North cann4ot
and will not. permit the los ile De)o
cratic power of the South to be
doubled by trampling uider Foot the
rights of colored cil izens. SutYrage
wias not given as a mockery, 11111 tIe
people of the United Slates will see
thlit the rights coiiferred are righ! it,
enkjoyed, kimd if they tail to see that,
they will, in the end, find tht th e
liberty of one' class of cilizens e:uot
be trampled without endangering the
liberties of all classes.
New York and Pennsylvania- Tho
Bloody Shirt -The Indian Burei.
(COHaRoSNDENxcI OP 'rHs NFWS AND n1.:1tAi,.]
WASMNorON, November 2, 187,.
In Nev York some time ,ince, a1 Com1
hiination was formed to dkfeat certainl
regular Democratic nominces. ThCoe
Democrats who vent into the coibi
nation perhaps did so for what, the
thoughtgood and sulicient reasons.
That they would be drag-ged into op
position to regular kind hJoniorable
Democratic Candidates for Congre.4ss,
and into indirect aid to Senator ( conk
ling in his bloody-shirt eamnpiyn For
re-election, I hoy probably had no iden.
Day by (lay, however, the truth is
being made plain, and hellbro election,
It is to be hoped, many of' them will
see the trap iito which (hey are bein'.
drawn. There is no proper place For
Democrats but in the Democratic par
ty. In PelilsyIlv1i4 les pkuz-ible
seheiles (hIrealtenied For a1 while to
injure Democratic prospects. The
latest reports from both Situtes are
The wonderfully clear s,ate!ment o0,
the parties which aire nucessarv in an
elective anid l representatiV e1 govern
utent, mnade a few lays .since hr Semie
(or JThul'iuan, re'ceives freshi coniiring:
tionl in the Congressional niomiiat ionis
being miade dlaily. In New York, 1tor
ins5tancie, tihe cominedl)( opoition to
the Demiocrats has pt t in iinaiiltioni
somec of the piipafl banLhkers of t he
country. As Senator Th'uman's
stateimnt wa'(s at on1ce clear and ablde,
and( tits part icuilarly the presen: to al
tion of' affairs, I gi've ii in lull: "Th1w
T1hird P'arty conitins many11 good mni,
andt niot a few~ misguidedi men. Theln
idea thatd it, canm abhsoib (he D emiocratic
party, or (lie Republ ican party, or
dIraw enough tromi ahemi both t) be
comfle the dlomiiinant parity, is thhllacious,.
In a country of frece in stitu.tionis there
niever las been, and1( there never wvill
be, but two great perimanent p)art ies,
the one a panrty otf privileges created
by law and the other a party 0f equal
rights. In 01ur (counltry thae party of
equal rights is the D)emocratie par*ty.
Tihe party of privileges createdbyhw
hans ever been, andio yet is, (lie party
OIoppsed to D)emocracy. I e.xelude
from11 the comipar'ison (lie slaiverv of' lie
b)lacks that tormerly existed, not only
ini the Souith buit in the North. Tfinit
was for'ced upon01 us by' our1 .English
ancestors. Excluding thant, whait
statute was ever' passed by a Demo
cratic Conigress or' a Democratic Leg
islaturie to confer special privileges
upon Democrats? Not one. But on
the othier hnd, ever'y pub1liic debt law,
ever'y banking law, every tariff law,
every subsidy law, has conferred im
mense p)rivileges uplon our opponents.*
Sir, thle Democraitic parlty is thle na1
tional party of f'ree institutions. It is
hiistructible so long as such inistitlutionis
T1here has beeni a sudldenl collapse of
thie late unposlug bloody-shirt revlival.
E~veryb)ody .shiould rOeimnmber, to theC
discredit of Senator Conkling, that
but for Imo we shiould have had lit tle
reference ill (lie presenlt camipaign to
(lhe silly fictions of ''out rages"' in the
South. TJhese stories are~ relies of' a
time when one sect ion was willing to
be governied by hatred of' another.
Theli Commnissvm t ( ingt,tire into the
advisability of t inferring thie lIdian
Bureau to the WVar Department 1has
Iinilshed its invest.igation, ando will no0w
commience Pie prepParaOtion.of its re
port. Thie'o is a r'umior that it will
advise aga%nst the transfer. Honest
and experienicod. men differ on -I ths
subject, but no iintelligent man11 doubts
the uirgenit necessity of removing fromn
the ,Interior' Department some1 of' its
Biureause. Secretar'y Schiurzt Is wholly
uniableh to give attention to aill hIs
duties, anid tihe conseqnence Is that hIs
Burean oilicerQ practic<ally maatinge the
departmnen)' ylvh. hbn. quily thme
hoio~r of fJtlnk ai figure-head, and1( the
euretry '3withili a week uied 'stb- ~
stiIIy this ;Inguage. in refe.ronce to
li yar av I:tr % tanh i (npsitiy on
e' nilm l oi inel lintlyw oill the
Sie . geil t-1 1. A; y s l . -d te
ol,av00 t klnt o hvl-in, "Owse nO liweils bet
ter 011 ott pu i ' . ()i t r is i i u'i :it A tIl
v'i 'I I I --d i IiI I t I I i v i -11 I I cv i I i 'I
'i it i . 1 g: e t Ill o n'i s t ' I i ! l i l p i
ill .h p: 11 kh rn 1u4 o impo'.-ibilf ofI'
it1 I1131 llC14:11! h:i -fl - I t ra i lo t I Ie
M o '. : i ll' 1h . . r If :a - t t ) ti .I i w 1 1' a ! m ll
114.r It., to prudlove 'ttnIlAhIng I (.: ult-r."1
I , C rreat Blood PurrIller.
wi cure t le wor C:e of se-rmun.
Is 'veoiliendedl by phyScelas antd apothecta -
1ll 1' fftvtetj somte Iarvellotii cures in cases of
tiure es wor:A,%ases o CI iki!r
Mec wIth woud ru l sucit ss it Moeutrial l is
Ve gret ii11e
WIll ertIicat)e S al. lt llon fro t le ys e .
1ieteroe es anti sy.irs tro the fceI.
Culres Constiinion and re.tilates the Boweli.
I,, a valilable remedty for Hendache.
V e ( 11 e '
Will C111re Dyspepsla.
I.- tgtreat teenlti ( sY,etoal hcally c' .
Vo e n t I I I e
ail aise of D'zzhne.,.
Ve: egei tie hIrst4
V eg("t I I 1e
.: 11e F .TtnO ess Ot t.heo! o Oah.
(U' PAus in) Ill - lBteO.
1:ifactually r 1tlty C am int
Ve<rei Lttn eu.1 1i
Ves M'tgoiAneiiC ey
s I'titil. s -1 bu- alli-'v of t v peolto
1th li . ''~. 011:1JM '~ 'n'*
PltI rdlrepar011 ed by d. )lu'l
titi s - liI' for a l Driegt -- ,l
Wilimtty B g Wo lwar, A.bninitathor
wer, o .(-yhathan, deueise, l in.
Ut r hrbyff,nilai
thSamnoll, Lihan,lI i fobe ti thn Albex.
Lfathan ihamf Lthan, Agne tony,d
MaroMntyguma o nery, Agnoes t McCary
Glade. ahs H1c,ii r-at-Lt of Mary La-4
htan, de. a, aouLh Mar onthmin
tant aicredaftr the seaiddceaser. ofeno
dayo-u unn f or o lsve h (ilnieIt'-Com-h
thctii frl,teplaint notinerved
aTinw pyto the Deed ot-aurl forthan,
li b. rtan La ith,lex oLatan.Wilm
i:tha, Agnetbs, D.y MaryMont
odtn2 John Oladdn Jlai mcff' Adr t,
Pqu1irUd to anwer te Comurit
of th Probatede for the Cony sfairid
coun thi, al erven avopy ofaiour
ofater te adcmlant o the sub-o
ohnser . avi, 3suth Care oli,l wti
tetas ter tesdrviceo hefref tx
civt dof th oftOO neuth ervice tndhi
Jtde iof afoeai, th plintifrf in th
A0H R.L T.ORIOE,
of Probat~ for ih County f Proatfe.d
T1 E A U GU
STILL IN f
UICCISS hais -Ii(lei (n my smhol t I
day will otfr groater bargains thaln
list, which I will warraut to ho ats cb(
8110M S, SlJOE.S, S1 ES-Bau'
the si IIi at i ices liver bkfore hotil
iiA is, iATS, all grades and quvl
50 C< nts, sold everywhere at 85 and
10 dozen Ladies' Hats to be old a
Calicoes, (;J cets.
Good Linsvvs at 15
Kvntlckv Je:ca Cniom-ing 10
KntuckJy Jeaws, sinothinll
ext.ra, 2h). up lot tinest 33A.
c.i.ssiire4 and Twee'ls from 25 cts.
u1p to (lhe filnest patits patterus at
four and 1Tivo dollars.
Heavy Canton Flannel, sold overy
phaco it 15 and 16 ets., oilv 10 ets.
Blvached Shirt,ing commencing at
f cents up to Fruit Looni. 4- 4
shirlting, 1 'cn ts.
WNamksuitta 4 4 shirting, 12-1
Lonsdale Cambrie, 15
Towels coimue:ng at 8 cents ard
ranlging" up to the fine Dauask,
a. 25 and 30 cents.
JOHN L. MI
Tho Leador of Low Prices
FOR DESIGN AN) W7ORE
Beforo makting your pulrchases elsewh
LUMBDElt AT PRICES TO SIJ
NDor nipt thg yo- parhtadsest lse.1
Iu stock omprndios fll suppl of
Domesi odh fs, iih lo
LV ND is Gnt' F arie in heGoodo
etdso fgonvr Wiro
Fr sthek celeb)riatf halitnesvlo
A large andu varied assortmeneit of Hats
Clothing of nll kinds and at a.ll pri ces.
Bost and cheapesCit stock of Bot and.I
Sihoes in town.
N. B.-Wo wvould cal' speoial attontion
to our large and varied (asortment, of
Hamburg Edgings and White Trimmings.
J. F. MtMASTER~ & CO.
HAMS I HAMS! I
lot06 bes6. lncanyvssed Hdmas~it a I
>rofit system and on and aftoi Mon.
over as you will see by my prico
,p as Chester, Columbia or Charlos
it for hard cash and will be sold for
ties. A big drive in a nvin's hat at
5 ona-fourth their original cost.
Savo your coppers, just think what
you can buy for one dollar in fancy
144 buttons for shirts or calico 5 ets.
Ardit & Co.'s Needles, Slinrps, sold
every placo at 10 cts., only 5 ets.
Pins, 3 "
Hairpins, 2} "
Fine Toi'et Soap, 3
Good Mae ino Cotton, 200
yards, Bhlek Spool, 3
Stel T'himbles, metal linod, 2
Sest Un1aun.]a i(Id Shirt mide, 95 "
A vy good Unlaundried Shirt,75 "
Don't forgot the place.
- - - Winnsboro, S. C.
ANTED AS REPRESENTED.
R THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picturo Framnes, Pic,
tures, Wall. Pockets, Bra'kcts,
Miirors, BAing Bds, Mat
tresses, and Children Jar
For prices, call at the first
IT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICES.
D TO MAKE TO ORDER.
Metalie and Rose wood Cases and
ueap stock of Coflins.
N E W ~GOOiD S
J. M.L BAfPY's.
havo just rotuned fri p New.
.York, an-i agm opaning d.aly ia
var-iedl stok of
H ATS AND CAPS,
My Fr-iends1 are Invited toXiall.
If again call tho attr~ n of thu
p)ublic to miy itelk of "I3tvaUtj
standard scrowed and
sowed Boots and sh'o n
. Every pair gu1arainc
teod to givo
rImE WINNSRBOO IO ERL
MRS. M. W.' BilOWN.
r ,'HIS Hotel, siltuuated iri the centre of1
tho town, ofTr a nd5 hrnoost1
p)ubliO inudmentiairainoo ?tby 'f
otheor lebeein"h?> Tbl
plti wilth th& beds' In the maur'o '1e , ,
f69thble Mdf hing~ ' pdli aftio0
Terma.-$2.o nar a. -.a 94f