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WINNSIIORO, S. U.
rilulaliDAr, JAN VA16 .93, 1879,
R. A.NS DA I8,- 111[ron.
sNO. R. icErNOLD,. AssOcIATH NDIT0ot.
NoW TAr Corbin is again knock
iho at th e door of the Sonate, would
it not be a good thing to resurrect the
proof that he bribed the Mackey mob
to elect hi?
ANDERSON COUNTY is all agog over
tie primary Clections for trial justices,
each of whotm gets about $15 a year
salary. We believe in primary norni
nations Whenever an oflicer is to he
elected, but when it is the duty of the
governor to appohit, the responsibili
ty and privilege should rest with him
alone. It is soon enough to dictate
to him ihen he asks for advice.
Getting up a big election over a $15
office is carrying things a little too
MOST OF TIM colored iiimigranlts
who went to Liberia in the Azor are
yearning to return. Letters continu
ally appear in our exchanges begging
friends or former masters to bring
them back. Among others. IuRius
Clark, who from his letter appeirs to
be a vory intelligent fellow, writes to
Messrs. Walker and rTrenhoni, of
Charleston, that if they will advance
the money to bring himself and fimily
back lie will bid him1self1 and
family to thei until the minev is
repaid. While those dupes who have
gone out will hardly ever see A eri
ca again, their fate iay teali a lesson
to their brethren in the South who
are discontented with their present,
lot. Indeed, it may be laid down as
a general rule applicable to every
class nowadays, that wherever an
individuali is managing to make a
substistenee in any place lie had better
stick right there. Nine out of ten
who emigrate do not better their conl
dition, while many are worse off than
TiAT A PTITiON should be eirculat
ing for the pardon of' Cardozo is
nothing extraordinary-for the vilest
criminal has the right to cirenlate a
petition-but that a number of promi
neut Democrats are signing it is, we
must confess, a trille startling. The
one -thing that hzas redeemed the in
vestigations from degenerating into
mere farces is the conviction of
Cardozo. The ox-treasurer was as
intelligent, cultured, unctuous, bland,
pharisaical, unscrupulous and deeply
dyed a viilain as ever lived, and con
signment to the penitentiary for a few
years is a ridiculously iniadequatc pun
ishment. To (dreami of' pardoninig him
Is an inisult to every outraged cit izen
of the State, even the negroes whom
he dlupedl and swindled. Should
Cardozo be paritdonled, and( should then
run for any ollice against any ot' the
influential D~emocrats who signed his
petition, we think we wvould suppiort
Cardozo. Swails has been a sunficient
exanmple of' the effect of misplaced
clemency without having Cardozo
inflicted in addit ion.
Senator Butler's Seat-An Important
The :Radientis are preparing for a
savage onslaught on Senator Butler
before the coming of the fourth of
March turns the Senate over to the
Democrats. Th'le festive Sharon who
has heretofore p~assed in Washington
but one month in four years of his
term, has been drummed into line, and
Pattet'son and Conover are being
persistently bulldozed. Senator But
Ier was seated on a prima facicC case
by one majority, the committee onl
elections having refused to report on
the merits of the ease. Patterson and
Conover voted for him and D~avid
Davis refrained fronm vot ing. With
Sharon's vote, the Repnublicans wvill
have a majority of one if Patterson
and Conover still stanid by Butler, and
if Davis declines to vote. It is claim
ed that the latter Will no0w suppiort
Butler on the ground that the case has
been adjudicated. Hence the effort to
seduce either Patterson or Conover.
What these worthies will do, no one
can tell; and the situation is somne
what squally. It has been all along
said that even should Coibin be0 ad1
mitted,now, lie can be kicked ont
next winter. But tis is by no means
a sure thing, and the Radicals know
it, or they would not otherwise be so
persistent. Butler hold(s his seat b~y
prflima facic right only. But. should a
vote be taken on the merits of the
cage, would not the result he final?
In other wvords, if Corbin be admitted
on the merits, can his seat again be
COnteeted? There must be some flinal
adjudication, or Congress might
otherwise play a game of battledoor'
and shuttlecock, alternately seating
and rejecting a member every month,
or every week, as his supporters
happen to be in the majority or
minority. Taking this view it might
aINy Way except by expision for
holie Crime or mII iSdemIllollr. This is
a VIV serious in1at ter and well de
Not, alone is South Carolina inter
etted. 'I'lTe cont rol of the Senate inl
18'81 mnny hinge on the adsimision of'
Butler or Corbin. The Senate this
year wilf (ou1lai 1or1ty-two I )emo
crats, thirtv-hree .1 -epubtlic als ai
David1 )avis. AnonI I hose Senator
whose teiuIIs expir inl 1814, are:
Bree, of' M ississippi; haniloiph, of
New Jersev; I'atoin, of' Coninecticut;
Walbace, of,'Pennsz.ylvania ; KernonI. or
New York: :and 'l'huron, of' Ohio.
ilrtice will be siueeeded by a Demo
crat. The Qtler Seti I I or-; represent
States whose laei-d-Atures are now
1'publican and um:y so continu in
181: inil whieb ease the Senate will
Stand thity-eight I )emocrats, tlir -
Seve lie 1publicanls aid o1e ldepenllI
ent. It'Curbina should gt Buller's
seat there vould be thirty-teven
D)emocrats. thIirty-eightl Rliubliealuis
anld 011V 11ndep01endnt thus giigthle
castinjg vote t. t ho V ice- Preside it,
even it Davis votes with the Deino
erats. fiue there are mnyuv "i"s"
liecessary to work out Ohe proledin,
and we trust that New Jersey, Ohio
alnl Coliectieillt Illay be D)emnocratic.
Bilut Ill the 0(1(1. shloUli i COuInted;
and li1 this rea 'ona the I )emiocrat s
should talk I'roin now till the -tilt of,
March bet'ore they perinit the scoi
dret l Corbinl to turn Sentator Butler
Sale of Mortga-ed Property.
N iursuaneo of authority conferred on
_L1me by a Ioiwer ot a0torneV ectOl
to me by 31eiars. Geo. W. Williins &
Co., aated on the li7th day of Juiary,
1879, 1, iacting for and on hhalf of the
said Mesirs. Geo. W. Williams & Co.,
will ofler for sale at public it ory, to tle
highedl. bidder, before the court.-house
door in Winnsboro, between the leo-ld
hour-; of sale, the followiug-describcd
per-sonal p operty:
One sorrel horse. named Bill, about
in4. yur 1old; ono haymar, namled
Nullio. almuw ton yer, old; on( briown
hors. 1inuiv, naliil Jack, about tUn tvarts
old; ono browin horse niitle. nained Iib -
lit, abont eight years old; oae browra
horse niule, nained Pete, aiolt (igh1t
years old; one brown horie mui Iv, na med
''om, about eight yuars old; onet sorrel
horse mnile, in(d Ned, alout eighit
i years old; onto bro-vn horso mu111le, antieid
Rtaligh, about six yearsold; onie sorrel
imar n1uole. named Sallie, about, six years
old; one browin mare imule, named 1ary,
about six yeairs obl; one sorrol hors0
mlo, nit Joe, about six years old;
one ulh ,tybank har) mule, tnameid Site,
about scvel vears old; ont1 rol horso
maile, naimed Jiack. abiut six yvari old;
one light horme mut1le, namltetd Bill, thout
t.-u years ol 01;on0 tin horse power sta
tionary engini iilo by tle New York
Dock Comnim1y, and used for ginning
Term of silo-- CASH.
Jiuiry 20, 187t).
jan 2--xtd Srr1AS W. r!FF.
-~ Y virtue of an exenution to mue di
.1)reced, I will oiffer fot' sale a1 ttblic
ouilt'ry, before the cout- houise door in
Winnsboro, 0on the fi rst Monday. in
February' next, within the legtl hiourirsof
sale0, to the highest bid der. for' isan the
following-idcscribert pr'ol'er'ty , to wvit:
All the right, title and interest of El iza
E. Moo re, itn thtat ceta~in lot or parcel of
lanid, int the town of W1innsboro, con
tiiininlg osa AIne, more or less, i'nd
frontintg oni Vaniderhost~, street anid
bot-tnded by lots of John J. Neil, Es
tate of 0. W. Barber arnd Mr's.
Mary McCr'eight-levied on a.
t.hie proprty of Eliz Eii . Moor'e, at
*1he suit of Alexantder Wil liford.
S. W. It UFF,
Sheriff's Office, 13. Ii. C.
Winnsboro. S. C..
Janutray 13, 1S70.
~-'Y virtun of' suindry eixeutions to mec
.1. directed, I will offeor for sale, on the
titrst Montday in February next, within
the logal hours of sale, boforo thte
cour't-htouse dloor int Winnsbioro, the
right title and( itnterest of Thos. andl E K.
Anderson in the following-do:-cribodl
pr'oper'ty, to wit:
One tract of land known as the Home
Place, cotiing six huntd red acroi's,
inor'e or loss ; alko, one tract known a
tho Mill tract, containing one hundred
acres; also, one tract knownt as tho .1 at
Ii heWe tr'act. containing heven tv-flye acres,
miore or hleas; all bouttdod by lands of the
estate of John Davis, J. P. Mtactie, A.
Ws.Ladd, JIames Sloan, Jonathan
Matihows, S. W. Rutff and others --levied
ont ats the property of Thomas an d E. K.
Anderson, at the suit of' J. Gregg AlcCall
andl othera vecrsus the sameo defend~ants.
Terms of Salo-CASH.,
S W. R UFtF,
Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, 8. (C.,
January 13, 1879,
NEW GARDEN and FIRE PUMP.
T'itis novel and ex
is in vahtablo at the
outbreak of fire, anld
for wvatoring gardens
a lidistponses witht bo0th
.Pistont and Stuiflng
%# Box, doing away with
all Friction, Leakage, &c. It is worked
Re easily that witht it, ai lady or child can
throw a steady stream of water ever an
area of niuiety feet. Patented January 14
andi 15. 1867, March 11, 1873. Send for
PRICE, $6 AND $8.
'A gente wanted everywhere.
THlE DANA IIICKF'ORD Co.,
689~ Broadway, Now York,
om1o0 of Dana Bick ford 'e,
Farnily Knitting Machine.
de o8n .
r HE firm of Cummings & Co., is this
day dissolved by muituald consent.
JNO. P. MATH11E4'WS, JR.,
J. 11. ' U MM INGS.
January 1, 1879.
The 1uiness will hereafter bo con
duetod un-ler t ho tirm na iunf Matthews
& C'o., the members of which Ir i are:
JNo. L,.MA ilW,.
J. jH. (1 ilGS
jan 2 -m T. K. ELLOTTr.
C NTr Con Mt-rs4IenO -E1' OpFICE,
WINN.- non. S. C., an. 2 1, 1879.
OTICE is herl-bh r given that the con
. tract for ltt.tini out thn building
of 0he 00y11111 fence, ' fro thi e Poor louso
to the Iichaunl lin, and t.henice to Lit
t0. liver, will he letI to the lowest bidtler
tCharles A. .\bl's mill on Tuesday, the
-ith, day of Ycbruary, 1671). Specifictitions
will be 11made known on that. lay.
J. A. U[NNANT,
jan 22 - x2 Ch'mn ..oard.
S ILV E RWA R E~
Connlor & [llanll[110r,,
BRY GOOD8 RESORT.
FUR CIIG OTT,
BENED1ICT & CO.,
Ofi'er their now 1aul Stock, Wholesale and
AT LOWER PRICES
Than aro paid by customers for inferior
old auction goods.
Worth of tIke finest and boat selected
Shawls, Blankets, Flannels, Alpacas,
Cashmiores, first and seondl
M~ourning Goods, Kid Gloves,
Not ions, Hosiery, hibbons,
Silk Ties, Ladies' anld
waer, Linens, Table
and Piano Covers,
other goods too
'numer~ious to mention
are now p)laced before
our old1 customers of the
State of South Carolina,
and we guarantee to the pub
lic and the poople of this State
ospecially that through our immense
And long ostablished reputation with
buyera anid sellers whe
Of dollare, have been exchanged tihrough
our house, that we will give better satis-.
faction au regards
QualIty and Prices~
In goods purchased from us than any
othier house SoutIh.
Pf. SAMIrIra SENT oNi APPLICA'TION. ''t
N. B.--Charges prepaid on all goods
over anid abhove $l0, sent 0. 0. 1). or for
Post Office Order. po' Please name this
paper in ordering goods.
Filu'eligott, lBeiiedlct & Co.,
275 KIng Streot, Charleston, 8. 0.
doo 10O-. -
This important organ weighs but abouit three
pounds, nd ail the blood in a liviniii peison (about
tilr eae illon) pausses thi onlth it at Jcest once every
half hour, to Iav the bile and other iiptuitles
strainid or filtered froni it. Dile is the natural
purgative of the bowels, Indl if the Livcr becoics
Porpid iA a tot seprtrated froin the blood, but car
ried Ihrnl hbc vcins to :dl pru t., ot the SySCIIt,
and ir escape throlut1h tie pores ol the
skin cauls It to turn yellow or a dirty brown
co0or. The stomacI becoinoe liscunsed, and Dy*
pepsia,. I nd igestion, Conlsti ation, Hecadaiche , MRil
monscs, Jaundlice, Chul 11lalarwl Fevers, Pilcs,
Sick wind SotLr St nah, aind Mcea dhVtyf
44 J ~ rutes-a debility fol
low. MIut i t . 8 -rinprrr., the great vegeotable
discovery for torpidity, caues the .iver to throw
oif from one to two ounces of bile each tinie the
blood pa-es through it, as long as there is an ex
cess oflhile; and ino stIect of cven a few doses
UpIo yellow comexion or a brow n dirty looking
skin, will astonish all who tr- it-they beinug the
first syniptorns to dis .ppcar. I'le cure of all lIli
ous diseases and Liver complaint is made certain
by taking litwru ia necordaoce with irecitions.
fI uach e Is geieral!y enrt in twenty rlinntes,
:uld no dieae thnt itses fioms the Liver enn exit,
if a fair trial i s I '
SOLD AS Afirti h ST1TUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL DRUGGIST5.
rice 25 c0ItM and 10
'iho fatality of Consimption or TI Iroct and
Lung Disuases, which sieep t.- the gtave at least
one-third of all death's vicinA, nr;ses front the
Opium or M':-phitne treateieau, whih kimply stu
clies as the work of death g.iisi. i oeso weill
e paid if opiun or Morphhiae, cr any pri raion
of Opum, hicrphine or PriAc Acid. cni Ie fouid
in the Gioam Fi.owxa Cornsi Syezt-, which ias
cured peoplei who a ro lItvin I un-day % . ut ut orka
rmaigun p, un No greaxter wroug can be inie
than to say th.t Cona;up:*n Is incurable. 'I lie
G tuco Fi.owux Covtliu Syutir will cure it wlhen
all other mcas have f iled. Abso, Colds. Coug,
.sthma, Bronchit!., and aill diseviuis of the thiont
and un.. l ie.iJ t' e iroliLps of the 1Ion.
Alexinder TT. St.'phens. tGov. Sllith mid L.:<-Gt .
Briwut (-., IHnt. Geo. Pca.(, 'y, as wdell as
those of other remac0:nhe cu.ra In .r 1-ok-free
to :ll " t the! dog tior c-l be convinced tl:. t if
-s yrou wi:-h to lie cured you c..n be by taking the
Ge.or.x I-'r.iiwrit CormaI Sviuzr.
Tkieu no Treches iir Loiengs fo'r re Thret,
wIhli you can g -t G I. iiaC FwwUtu uar at ale
pric . F>sale by all Druig6Lts
e C5ents and $1.00
Crave mistales are mnds: in the trentment ef M .
d1 iense thAt ari e froinjom >-n in the hte,-. Not
ouc case of Scrila i w Swellii..
IL Irerois Sores and iii kl'is'.:s, iI a tho 0n1
s tre-1.tv wihi::uhit O.::e 1- Mer Ii-y in Son,:e fo1n.
.Ierenry i' r ~ t: bos nnd th e ,Ikct~s it pro.
duszc si *e ,i, t-- :. l he rfc f1'-'
;IA . a ' - ----v i : i
-- i - li ii :. I In :i s . can
r n: i nit pur.y ny Ale and hani'
ti's ce - ti. ni icat. iui s"~i'sr
I GI.on I t -wte I t:<mi S;vrt-- Pnd 'Mrrentr.t.ls
lirulNI FOR -1l111. Ivu-Im for saos by all L'rug.
;.N~s inl 2; cent :?,(I zI 1.-z botes.
A. F. ~ C)rr&t
PA I N
Wite Lead ami Mijvlti Pailit Ca.
CAPITAL STU0K, $100,000.
Thiese Paints arn m!xo'l, sNady for uso, nety
shade or color, tindl oldt in. any iqualtitiesi fromu
Ono Qiurt toza 1.ni.d.
Thee Pa iai mA fPrWh Ld
thn as lognK~ht nsdi eodn ywy
thsem anin aend cf TPtbona ofI rTme,
alsio fort ISaal0 holor ~ ian ico ii sti
furLaaBEo I D PMNTlCD.,
~ ill lESSRS F.i f or ig &w on o u ild
fRtI. IiIin 1I infom theirifriends an c ius
ofa the ficyI a li rovedii .iit ttir
s o r aito olr, and m'l.ang toa h
Sa03ry C.br tNwYr
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GirERIG or t F. GERIg & SwON~
tiath e requested. ito th neira
oworeecxt to iony nleimer ofI
btooks. i-ooe ndmkn
GELIGortoF. GEIG & SON
-iOreuete 1 . o stl toca
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