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WINNSBORO, 3 C.
TrRUR#DAYt DZCEMBR 5, 1878.
i. MXANS DAVIS, EDITOR.
S8 RYNOLDS. AssocIAT ETR.
iTHE REPORT OF Governor Hump
ton's convalescence will be received
with joy over the whole State.
Tim NonTH CAROLINA Board of
Canvassers have declared Martin,
Republican, elected to Congress over
Yeates by thirty-four majority. They
have not canvassed the second dis
SENATOR Lipscomi's bill to investi
gate the Charlotte, Colimbia and
Augusta Railroad is good as far as it
goes. But this is not the only road
that need looking after. A general
bill should be adopted, regulating all
roads in the State.
TiE ELEoION inspectors of Madi
son county, Florida, have made a re
turn to the court under oath that
there are now no data in their hands
by which they could make a re-can
vass of the Congressional votes. The
citizens of Madison have also, in
public meeting, denounced the Feder
al authorities for the arrest of Judge
Witherspoon of the board of canvass
ers, have sworn never again to recog
nize socially Dennis Engan and B. F.
Tidwell who made aflldavits against
Witherspoon, and have sent a co)y of
their resolutions to "'Iis Fran dulenev
It. B. Hayes."
Meeting of Congress.
Congress met on Monday the 2d
inst. In the Senate, Blaine introduced
a resolution of inquiry into the alleged
disfranchisement of blacks in the
South, which produCed a little dis
cussion and went over. in the House
Fernando Wood replied to that por
tion of the President's nessage de
manding Investigation of Southern
elections, regretting that while the
President could see violations of law
in the elections In South.Carolina and
Louisiana, his eyes were closed to
New York where thousands of voters
The New York Herald correspond
ent says that both parties are disposed
to proceed cautiously, each waiting to
take advantage :f its opponent's
blunder. Later on,- however, the
contest will wax WaV1m1.
Congressman Zvins on the Situation.
The Washington- correspondent of
the New York Herald says:
Congressman Evins, of South Caro
lina, In conversation with Cogre.s
man Foster, of Ohio, to-day, gave us a
reason why there was little.' or no op
position to the Democratic nominees
for Congress In his S'tate at the last
Congressional election amnong the
colored voters, the fact that the color
ed men have learned from experience
that they are not as well off to-day as
when they wvere slaves, andl inasmuch
as the carpet-hag , ohiticians repre
senting the Repubhicana party have had
almost unlimited control of the State
government for the past ton years
they have concluded that it was t'o the
domination of the Republican part y
that they owe their impoverished con
dition. Hie added that the Repub)lican
p arty must have had some conliidence
in the good sense of the black race, or
the r'ight of suffrage ougvht never to
have been given them. They have
.exercised their 'mowers of obse'rvation
to the extent of condemning, by their
support of Democratic nomine'es for
Congress, thp claim that the Rtepubli
cans were their best friends.
Colonel Evins' reasons may not be
palatable to the freedom shriekers, but
they are correct, nevertheless.
The President's Messae;e.
President Hayes has sent a tolerably
lengthy and comprehensive message
to Congress, straddling the fence thaut
separates the stalwarts from the nmore
moderate Republicans. After touch
ing upon our satisfactory relations
with other power~s, and upon the
yellow fever epidende which, in his
opinion, requires the establishment of
a national quarantine, he proceeds to
discuss the recent elections in the
South. The t.roop)s, he says, have been
removed, and the Southi has necep.tedl
the amendments, and a more generous
treatment of the colored voters was
expected. lie continues:
"In some of those States in which
the colored people have been unmable
to make thei r opinions felt-in the elee
tions, the result is mainly due to in
fluences not easily muesured or
remedied by legal protection; but in
the States of L~ouisiamna and South
Carolina at large, anid in some par
ticular Congressional districts outside
of those States, the records of the
elections seem to compel the concht
sion that the rights of the colored
voters have been overridden, and their
Participation in the elections not per
mitted to be either general or free."
It is left to Congress to see whether
any remedy can be discovered. In
the meantime the executive and
judlolal departments will.do . all they
can to punish persons convicted of
Cauds. The President then goes oi
to say that a large deleienev lha l beenl
caused l>y the sumionincg of wit nesbes
in the trecent, trials, atnd he has no
doubt Conugr-ess will provide for it.
[Mr. l1ayes is too sang,ruilne oil thi)
The International Silver Commis
sionl that Iet this year in l'ar:, while
arguing that silver should still be
used f'or mlicy, flailed to lix t(e pro
portionate v)l between it and gold.
The United States governitieit. has
paid live iillion dollars to England
onl the fishinlg awari, though that,
atiount was considered exorbitant.
Treaties wvith China, Japantl an1dti the,
SaIoan11 Islands are recoiln inelied.
The relat ions between this country and
Mexico anti the South Aterio-au i1x
publies are beconting guite frienidly.
The revenues 11'r tle past have. beN."1
$257,73J,878, and the ordinary ex
pilditures 8236,964,326, leaving a
balance o' $20,791,55 1. The estimated
receipts for next year will be $264,
000,000, and the estimated expendi
tures $236,000,ou. The an1o1Un1t Of
the public debt, less cash in the
treastry, is $2,0241,200,083, a redne
tion of'$23,150,617 int tle Past year.
One hundred millions have been
funded iI four pr cent, boinds. ''he
establishinent of postal saviugs banks
Is rec,Onjlnenll0ldeJ. During the past
yeair tie coinage ot'gold was $52,798,
96), of sil ver dollars $19,814,650, of
which latter $,000,000 are in 'ircula
tioin. Itesuilptionl is now almost a
certainty, ain good effects tre expect
ed to folow fi'rom it.
Several recoitnndations aire made
regardlig the uriny; one that tle
possc contaluy caiuse be 1aholished,
and atother to give Lieutenant Ben
UCrS widow a1 pensionl.
The balance of the inessagre is of no
great interest to the public. Alto
gether, the message is not. a very j -
markable document in any way.
SHE RIFF% SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
C)UNTY OF GREENVILLE.
Sarah 13. Lowis. E.ecwrix, rs. Srah N.
L(wis, illy 0. I'mwis, F.!iza A. Lewi.l,
Robt-rt N. Lewis. d al.
Spursuane of ai ortler from T. H1.
1-Coo'.i, Ju14 ! of Ilhe "i'vhith virenlit,
1 %ill off1'r for salo, on the fi rt Moniav
inl Januarv next, beftre tie (.t- out
-oor im Wilrn -boro, vithii tio log il
hoirs of Z1al to tho hig hwest bi Ider. the
folliwing sctrib--l prop.rty, to wit:
All that traot or parcel or land, lyinc
atnld beinl." in the conity of Fair-li'id, aI
j hoining lands of DiCkSo, C. singleton
and ot1 hers, contaigig rivr7 ausnux
AN) NINETY-TWO AVIIEm4, Morti ot less, as is
fully repregentei by plat of tho Eame to
Uo exhibited on diy of salo.
All that tract or parcel of lan-1, sit uate
in fith nount y of Pli-:ield1, ljoiin
lands ofDic ,ion. C. Siigleton awd others,
Conll tain ilg n iiuI: ivrNIma D .%.N lvi,
ACt:4. as ropre-wntedl by plat or sm to
bv exhibiti on day of sAlt.
AllI that ttrat:t of land a ljoining 1:mnds
o'f I j! on. .lohni~ Myors a ii ii :t ers, con
All that t riact of' land adljoi n ing land s
of 0. Singleton, Jchnt .Myvoi and othe,,!I
con11tainimg Two tlni)Rnat) .AND ,Ionry.
FOVIn Acii mote or less.
All that tract of' land, containing os't
UnDRnnD .\NP FiF~TY--FkoUR ACRF.S. adjoiniing
lands of' J. EA. itobertsoni and John
AllI that tratL3 01'r par'ei of' la~ndc, ad,joini
ing landtis of J . E. Penay anid Thlonmas
Jones, conta1ining NIN1:Tr-5ix ACInES, mtoro
All thalt tract of land, con taining nnr:
IKUNOtRD AND) siXTy-ElollT ACRES more Or'
less, ad'j oning lankt of Tlonmas .Jones
iand J. EA. Iaber'tson and otbers, as
recpresented by p)lat, 0f samto.
TrEnMs OF sALE:
One-tird f (lie puirchtase-mnoney to be
paid in rash, and the batltance in one
and two yeOars, with inter'est tro:n : v of
sales, at to rate of teni per ee: i
annumi. the stme to be h secuired by the
bcand of the puritchalser and a imortgngo of
S. "W. RUTFF,
Shierif'"s (Ofliee, 5. F, C.
1 50 mnIS l3oye and You L.
GAIT1ERS--Nos. 1 to 5, wor'th
from $1.50 to $2.50 por paji'. Roe
dueod to 50 and 75 cents por pair.
Call and soo them.
SUGENHEIMER & GR~OESOHEL
j To Invenitor's anlti Mechanics.
PATENTS and how to obtain themn.
?Pamphlet of sixty pages free, upon
receipt of stamps for postage. Add dress
GILMORE,. SMITII & CO .
-Solioitors of Patents, Box, 13,
nov 28 Washin g ton, P. 0.
STATI'l OF SOUTH CAOLINA,
COUNTY OF FAM'RYN-LD.
C..'out of' 1r<bate.
Wlillim 1B Woodlw:tr<A, ats Aimn.rar
of tho'goods, Chattels anld cr'eits wilic,h
Wer*e Of Mary Lathau, duocaisud, Plainl
S.unn I II I )Ihan;I , It")bevrt Lathan. AMex.
J'A lhan, W ill-1m1 ,1at1I'ln. A-n lliovly',
N;ttr, Alolit,omn ry, Ak,vn-; Ilet:il LY,
J,!thr1r \'( II,ul-len, J r n ii n I , .(l1m.
G . d e, W I illiam .i" adl. en, .Iti i lan( 1
k(I A I~t , i I I i I'z -I a 1 4! 11 J rI I
Gladdlenl. aks I1cir'-1t-L,wY of.\lrY L.,
ihn,1R dV(C'laW1d, antt .k\ rAionItgontIJ-Vy
as a erilitor o,' said (Ivtease1i. 1)Aq n
dant-s ---ummons for liclief -(on,
plittI nIot sorved.
To (lt! Doff-ndant'-; aue llha,
lh,b rt L4,than1, )lOx. Laia,\ila
Lj .thito.nAne Donly, 1anry Mont.
nry. Agnes NLo r 1.1.ev, iary Gut,
doln, Johlit GWa I to-,, .m., orlid Iln,
\ lliam (111i - ; : I N . ( !a Lt n.
T lI ar -L. - o : .: -:,- .. -
(qIliro I i
thi s n 0 ti- ,
sif 'e Ir
conn'yV. I t
S01ri" r, .. 1i. inl Co .s 11ail lilt
Ch tr.il.-.,)It I Caro01lina. \%i it,
I -nty days aifter ths servicn Ifrof. ex
clusivo of the da11y sf 4suclih servico; 111141 if
YOU t'ail to nll-SWOr the co1phiint withiin
the time :10Oresaidl, the plainitifl in this
aietion will ltlil.y to the Court for the ro
liA demandl 0(d in tie Complaint.
Dat al, 2 1 jetobor, A D. I .78.
Ats11BEL G 131%ICE,
oct 26 ftx law1w Plaint flf's A". ,-n..y
Ayer's Ague Cure,
V-or anl Aru ,termittont Fi ovor,
Chm 1e) 1)1*, '"., OL t- Fovnr, Dumb Agno
Periothe l ilonu P.ver, &c., andi indoerd
fll the i 'e''ons whicat ariac troi lialari
ous, mari, or miauatic poisons,
Thi L; n romp,olind(I el,prprdwt
scic!llio !kill l1om 1ve1k) st ingierhent-, which
a l ie titch Iee1 .nss o Chills
P 'vi,t'i mlt tie concomitant11 di-m<lders. Sim
at rentelv 1hd n i s- it2s 0 h1114 pellple in ml:1a.
riott. distr11Mt dvtinmalnd. !I-* 'frp;t.csupercioritY
over aty other lil'livic yet si scover ' fr the
enre of' In i tteit i,, tlt it cont11atins 110 (ui.
nine or mineril, ant \ts1e who take it are frce
Icom dlanger of tilisil or a illjtiriots elects,
and n11*e Is heat1111by alter 114 1ing it, as before. It
is been exteisively employed dit-ing the last
thirty years in the treatlet Of these distressig
disorders, and 1-0 liuvarying has heeni its sUetes'S
that it has gaind tie yeplitatiol of bjein:. iifa.
lible. It.cal, thecrfor'o, lie safely recommen1101del
aS a SUre reiedy and specille for the Fever anll
Ague of the West, and(I thI Chills aid FVevtr of
tle South. It coltiteraets tie miasmatic poison
in tihe blood, wind freos the systemi fron its ifil
cnce, so that flever and ngue, shakes or chills,
once broken up by It, do not return tutil tle
disease is again Contracted.
The great varicty of disorders which nrlso from
the irritsm of tils poison. stich as Neuralgia,
Rhoumantim, Gotit, Henditic,i IIIndnle..s,
Toothache. Esaclin, COtnrrh, Aslimit , P,al
pitalion, Splenl e A l'let lons, Ilytties, Pain
inl ilte nowels, Cole. P4,raIlysis, ani derange.
of the s:omicht. alu or%. il iell beC0(O ilterilt.
tenit (I lericdical, have nO '%peedicr reslv thm
A v'Ws Awr. CUmt-:, whi'e. r thelmQ v all al ike,
and pr1otects tIh i3yAteM romtit ti-c attacks. A a
SpreventivO, it I3 of inillimisc serviec in ltuse
401111111nities wheIre Feve A gile prevails, as
It Etays tho developmllent of the disease if taker,
cm tho ilrSt f.t teh . t... the pr monitory symp.
02oms. Tiravellers21 011 m lotemprryresidentsl are5
thus.' enabted to defy thsie sIlisor-ders, and21 finw
will ever zttfler if they auv:i i theniselves o in'.
F1. r Liver Comp jlaint s, niing fronm tor'pidlity, J
it is anl execltient remeidy ;It stlninlites this orgna ni
into healthy activity, and produtces mtany remarok
able cures whore other medticines fail.
Prepared by Dr. .1 C. Ayer & Cen
Practical and Analytical Chemlit.,
80o1D fY ALl. luRUolsTS~ tiv11nywne't;"s
Oot theo tnad
"'The best( authoity.. Il or/ihl to be
n every Ll>rJIry. also) inl every Ac'U1emy2 awil
in ei'erl School. "-- IIos. ('in-i.sSu.Sl
"Th'e best e.rixting Englsishi Le.ricon."--L.
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Ptublish11ers BIsooksellers, andl 'IXtat'on ers,
*710 and 717, Market St,, Philiadelph ia,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NTOW arrivinfg,a large and well heleetedi
?. stock of Boots and Shoes, direct
from the Nlanufacture..s, which I can
w.arrant, and I wIll not be undersold
(live mec a call before you make your pur
sep)t 17 .R. J. McCARLUEY,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
rPHJE largest stock of the above over
/ oYored by him. Groat inducements
to cash custome'rs.
oet 7 U.. D DSPOR TES.
9 i iIfWyo wanttoMAKE~j
A-Ilantfl 00.si. .-m
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
WINNSDIOtO, S. C.
44 Ecots and Shoes
/ . ~From Runnhig over,
.-Y'UMBI Of OR1the Side
and Ripping in the
TOTAL ABSTINENCE SAVING IINE TILL T
There is a curious story about some native
wines which are extensively advertised nowa
days, and have onl recently been put upon
the market. Dr. l6nderhil , the well-known
ape-grower of Croton Point, died in 187r.
Some of his heirs entertained temperance
views of such extreme kind, that they were
unwilling to allow the stock of wines then on
hand to be sold or any more to be made.
The grapes have sometimes been sent to
market, and sometimes left to decay upon
the vines. ltis only now that the other heirs
have succeeded In arranging for a settlement
of the cstat. and the sale of the wines on
hand. Among these is a wine of the vintage
of 1864, descri bed as a " Sweet Union Port,"
but suggesting the Imperial ''okay more
than any other European wine, and being
wholly unlike any other wine of American
growth. Its purity, age and mellowness are
remarkable, and both physicians and wine
fanciers have a special interest in it as the
oldest native wine now accessible in any con
siderable qtantity. The whole stock is in the
hands of the well-known wholesale grocery
house of the Thurberq.-N. Y, Tribune,
Nov. 19, 1697.
The above speaks for itself, but we would
add that this is the pure juice of the grape,
neither dru.ed, liquored nor waered; that it
has been ripened and mellowed by age, and
for medicinal or sacramental purposes It is
unsurpassed. It can be obtained from most
of the leading Druggists throughout the
United States, and at wholesale from the
undersigned, who will forward descriptive
pamphlet, free of charge, on application,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
West Btadway. Reade and Huzdson Streets,
'ays a no-ton phv'eln. 'has no equal as a
looil ptiri!or itlring of its inany witidaru
-Urv, af i ll otlir remv-,llim.l Nailvd, I VIAi
eft t.h4 Lit ) an t con 0 1 irOi1vline.-d iyself of
t's g(.en1:,Inedrt. It I.p;paes from) bark:s,
')tsawl herbi. each of winiI highly e lree
ile, unif they are0ompoun+,ad In sueli a man
ier its to produce astontslilnig rsult-."
.i th great Bloo1 Purifer.
Vl!1 mure tho worst ceo of Scroru!a.
a trecommteded by physteans sni apothca
las ael'e~ted some~ marvellous cures in cases in.f
irea the worst cases of Cani:cr.
tects with wondlerful .suC31'ss In MercurIi di
Vill eraditcate .9alt Rhnum from the system.
V egeti ne
temovecs Plmples andI Ilumors from the taco.
Vege ti ae
:ures Constipation ani regulates the Bowel.s.
V ege tille
a' a valuablo remedy for Hleatdacho.
VIIl cure Dyspepsla.
testores the entiro system to a healty condi
temoves the cause of Dizziness.
loltoves Faintness of the Stomach.
sures Pains in the Back,
Effectually Cures Kidney Complaint.
seoffectivo in Itscuire of Fomalo Weakcnoss.
a tht, groat renmdy for Genoral De bilit,y.
[s ocknowledged by all classes of the people to
be the best and most reliable blood piriflor
in the world.
II. R. STEVENS, Boston, M~asa
Vegetine Is Sohl by all Drugg1sts.
M AO 11 9 u a L _ ;
All 1"crasu at a distance treated
by Mail with Porfoot Suco.ss by do
scribing their Symptons.
Dr. Townsond showing mannor of Inhaling,
(Send for our largo and boautifully Ilhistrated
pa:)er, swnt, free to any aiddress.)
CA HRA Wy'tbecaulse Inhali
CATARRHI )Is h olyvt
4ation is thlooniyway
that the Air Pissa
ges caln be reached,
and Catarrhi a d is.,
etseOf the A irlinssa
WE MAKE A SPEC- g;ost ofte Hoed. Uso
IALTY of treating pa- thisTroatmentaswo
tienta by M.ail. Pleaso (iroct, which im sy
wdito aiii dscribo your and pleasint,(and w'o
symplItoJa, guarantee a perfect
cina of Catarrih.
rhi ! Why? for the Same
Cr0ISrOlasOn 41s giVenk I..
hoc i. The Dronchi
Id Tuhes arr simply
E: cot iiet to carry
nir to tho Ltings,
A f, I 1EIISONS TF IAT h en a o I nhniatiott
roai ti,te a invited to must godirect to tho
soAi fr our largo and seat of the di-neft,
14outifu!y illustrated and if you will fol.,
I., pt-r, scnt free to any low ou1r directions,
rs . woplt atlurantco to
AWh H M A Aqtli
lmisanration 3( ii
CUlI Rp. Coughs, Clolds.hoch tbs
Neuralinan HAn Intly nissnrttuInnth
Olpathrlai. Ilmlillorl i IWso Oxygenated A Ir
i ic;trly, 1a1 - v ill diroct in
o:S !I,-, ve0 tho wIll wnrrimtn a
till otiter rcittodq!zj TUre. Wa usvo cur d
fail. Caios of th mear$
Uim Oxonnred A hy r
use wo oiO
I a e o yhundredas
411,08 S Ill V lyet i l
a ning. *llovr
) Vo,S P1 1P. I A WNr y pracice. Consimp
(~lJfE. lver nd h lol N111 a disenso of
CU . Liverand Kid-ie AiliagRd
icycompinitsaroffrec- over tw-tirds of
tuntly renehe'lid byV Oxy.- teCS' r U1(
itenaed Ai. gCan hoe cure ity
heenuso w ol havo0 itse
LO~~O ~ obe in give vr toil
diob Il phalana
ygith Air igesn
Shaes alroc cune
bm y Cthe ac
genate Air.gitarnoauro if
you Iwill como inea,
'tTDWvitieautauiii"111 oR e T'omn illho
i NIItliiwit.1101initutt int
irylitle r o rq1ain. g te iir
w Pl ial n:aso s;rit far tes- ~prfLo)ed
haaao:!n!s &'., froam pn..vhenOxgn oe
tints7 e'irnd. Wo iwar- ij ea ii
r.mI.ita porfect cure. hniii,(r')fi..
Lata of tl.o o t oouln
MICCLEL~LAN UT. S. A.thuhtie tr.
Ilispia, Phtadeli a, fyu 1101i )l'
cosiz fu iibroughiottt New 0 ueMrcy
Entglnd in the euro of isUtoLmobod
Ct'ieers andl Turnors, ~ogmrnot o
takes chiargo of this do- rfv.i )011mn.
partloja. LiDr.1 LIwnsend's Ox.
E. . TWremed ca. Why?
Plyslianawaslm ygon cgtn er tgown
or i.yint1i~ )l(i)07,(iret, rto theio Lung
teritoyaidourillstand passrs tr logh
Thor ar )in)rioi om eson in roton
analelsoboret li tact wiit.th i .hO bloo
LTQU[J an(htylnat i11 11t, is forced 'in Sto
MEN'r, o Oxygen thr od Lung t thea
1)0 likemine. No r) tenuns t.los the hert.
ad farced rom~ ofhe
heaort o tho~ Lifgt
rondr you inaito
yu uiye bloo.
bl olo at caboe.s
aond heIIrna,~~ tcan
INQU' ~ the b~lo aIa behet
~vAllld~FP ed. so tat, at arm