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I. M EANS DAVIS FAItor,
'k cdcielay 31orning February 10, 1876.
Threo of the 'reside0th Cabi"Ot,
Oristow, Je well an I Delano, conspir.
;d to discharge the Ntw York Times
and Evot.ing Post as advertiserp, be.
cause they dilred in po!itic: with
thle Prv"idenlt 1anld Cabin( t.
Wherein does their owso differ
from that of Conservatives who dis.
charg"d empioyees ror political dif.
forvinecs I And why may not Orant
aid his Cabinet be Indioted for con
si iracy undor the onforcemont act t
W1ill 'ome radical atiwer ?
Go. Ciabinberlain has addressed a
letior to Senator Nash, the chairman
of the Siate Finance committee, en.
treating hiin to reduco appropriations
to witiin the amoulta realized by the
i% xt s. If the Legislature passos an
ex0ibitait apl ropriation bill it will
bl the duty of the Governor to' voto
it. As an evidence of an fi.eot do
-sire l'vr reform, the Governor has
rCCOM1110ended tho requctiou of Is
own contingent fund to threa thous
nd dollars. .
The Grand .1ury. 9k Charleston
Conity have fond eight true bills
agamin.-t the proprietors of the News
iind Coun ier for libel against tle
infonions luw.en qid hiA crow. The
i ews and Courier merely ,madq a
truthful exposition of tho, oharacter
of the knaves who had Conspired to
ruin (harlestOn County. By ita
CI:rion .otcs rout.ng the honiest
mmas.3 in opposition to the ring . it
saved the county and the city from
I-poliaLion. For thus saving the polit
ical and material life of Charlestori
from its arch enemy it should, .in.
stead of punishment, receive a civi<
'.The Senate investigating coiunmitte
reported that Senator Thud.Andrew
of Orangeburg has been guilty of con
O.Ict uiecoming a senator in cotu
bining with Ilubniert to shave o6untj
cla i ms , and Smalls, Duncan and Jotei
r ammilend expulsion, while Whit
temor- and Smith reconmend morel
Octnure. The Ith instatit .las beor
apI ointed for considering the case
Whittumoro remeubcr; his owt
double expulsion from Congress foi
corrupt practicos, and fullow feeling
makes lhim wondrous kind. Andrew,
should bo ignomni:iously expelled.
This is a triumph for the News anm
uarier', as thait piper first b roughi
light the testimnoney of Il umibor
aplienting Andlrows in his crime
Attie by littl the radical cesspoo
ii being drained.
Jiudge Mackecy has doino a goot
wkin Elge'field. IIlis report t<
'ov Chainberlain: is able, eehauist iva
and, we Ii rmlly bel iev'e, cut iraely cor
r et in cver'y particular. Ilis re
co)mmendations arc wise, and hav<
beent approved by the Giovernor. A
special beat itudo is announced foi
the peacemnaker'. If Judge Macku:
su'cceed in restot ing harmony in ou:
unf oi t unato sisteor county, lhe will b<
ent itled to the thankhs of all goo<
eitizens ir'respect ive of' race or party
3soon as the iep ubl ican leader
begian to direct aill their ellorts to se
enin itg honest govecrnmnts and comn
petenuttille ials, they w ill in md that os
traJCism: and race ant agonisnm and
party lheat will rapjidly di'iappear'
"'le conrserva;tivos of South Carolinm
areo the miost easily cetedit( peoph
in the worlId, iand Gov. Chmaberlai1
ando Judiige M~ ack ey havye doneoi mu'el
to cone'ilIiate themi in th is Edgelold~
TIil ton has been perm ittedl to testi.
fy', except as to confidential comn
mnunications between himself and
wife. IIis test imony did not vary
from his written statement. . le
renidered it in theo Iresenee of his
wi~e, Mir. and Mrs. Beecher, and the
whioic court room. It was a regular
vagged-edge day. i3eechor, during
the recess pronouneed Tilton's story a
"slimy bliJ.pery aseries of lies.''
We submit that any man, who, in
the imidst of such harrowing scones,
and knowing that the verdict will be
a (deathi kioll to himusolf or his op
ponient, can thus ebooso his word
so as to make a pleasant jinglo of
sounds by the use of alliteration, is a
hadrdl g.racchss sIntner, and
shoiul d be condemined fort hw ith.
The whole scandal has been a "slimy
real sent itent or passion displayed
In this 'connection, sinoe Mr.
Beecher appears more solloitou4 of
acquiring a reputation for thetorio
than for chastity. we woWId Muigglft
"elipporf slimy" Instead of "slimy
allV 6ry,l as having a more "slippo
ry slimy," and therefore Beeoherian,
twang about It.
The National Grange.
Th National Grange met in
Charla8ton on Tuesday, and will re
main in session about a week, It is
an important body, representing the
agrioultural Interests of the entire
Union. Iv the Jity by sea will be
met, influential men of every section,
oo'Urring upon questions of practi
cal interest to farmers.
The meeting of the Grange may be
followud by important roaults.
Rapid transit and cheap transporta.
tion aro topioi now of vital impor
tance,. Tho Great \Vest is seeking
an easy outlet to the Atlantic Ocean.
Charleston holds out her arms to her
westoru brethren. A great truuk
lno haa surveyed from Cincinnati to
Charleston which is several hundred
mileb shorter than any e11sting
route, and this consultation of all
part ies interested may result in a
speedy and suo.cossful prosecution of
t,ho work. When this it completed
provisions of all sorts will be much
cheaper. Charlpston 'will bdooibe a
great seaport, and its material pros.
pority will bo largely enhanced, and a
fresh impotus will be given to all
the industries of the State. God
sp -odl the ddy when this road will be
A Fence Law,
Notico kas 'ooen given in the Leg.
islatwre of a bill to submit to the
people of caoh county the question
of repouling the existing fOnce law.
We trust that the bill will pass.
As it now stands it is.p.relio of bar
barian, enacted at a time when tim
ber was plontiful and labor was dirt
cheap. But by the ruipous system
of agrictlture practised by our ylen.
tors, forests have been destroyed un
til in some p9rt.ions, of the county,
oven tle qutsti,o of fire wood 0i a
serious con iderption. ,.,Labor Qom
mands a high prioo too. . kip that
the feno law is a burdensome tax
upon the iople. Yast silius of
money are annmatly cipended in
buildihn and repairing fenties. it
has bean calculated t-at the val,uo
of fenting in the Stato is several
tilnm the va.lue of.all the personal
property. In some neighborhoods
the fence law has already been
praotienlly abrogated by agreement
9f the farmers, but thoe neighbor
hoods are in danger pf havIpg, some
pestilent fellow se'ttled in.themn who
for the sake of a few miserable half
starved cattle; will put the farmers
to a vast expense. For their protee
tion the law should be repealed.
We will speak of this subject mere
fully at anohter time.
The Civil Rights Bill.
The hlouse of Rlepresentatives at
)Vashington parsed the civil rights bill
on Friday by a vote of 162 to 100. The
clause inceluding schools and cein..
tories was first stricken out. The
bill as.it stands allows ingress to
inns, oars and steamers, theatres and
other pilaces of public amusement.
It gives the U. S. Courts jurisdiotion
in these mnatts.. Tihe bill is differ
ent from that passed by the Senate,
as thme latter includes schools and
-comotorios and it is douibtful wheth
er it will pass that bdy,.or, whether
the President will approve it.
TJho logic of this measure sp.ejs to
be that the radicals can see that the
negroes are slipping from their krar.p
in Louisiana and other Southern
States, and the passage of this bill is
designed to rally them once more
aroui d their old stacdard,,
T he bill will not be ;m South Care
lina as a more swP.,ping law is in exs
i.steneco bore. But it will be predue.
dyevoqf antagonism between the races
in other States, a9d dinasmuch as the
blackraco is ina very s'mall' minority,
it iuill suffer in the end,.
,WYo concur in the rediarks of Mr.
Crit.endena, of N. Y., given below
M.Critte.ndon, (i,nd,) said that
lhe had been in full, communion with
the republican pa.rty,ev,or,sinioe there
hand been snob a party jnt ? 1ie country,
but that lie was now g.ina ft o givye a
vote whiich would offend many of lhis
republican friends, lie regas:,ed tile
bill as fraught with far-reaching , re
suIts and of immense importance to
the white man, to thme black man and
to the republican party, with which
be expected to live and die and sink.
(Laughter.) lint.be did not wish it
to sinik so low as lie believed this bill
would sinik it. le did not believe that
there was a comnmujsity in New York
or New E,ngland that would vote for
such a bill if thme proportions of theo
he awe as in Sotbth Uarolina. lie
olleved the bill to be impolitio, and
to be an offene to the dorinant
race. Its regarded it as a cruel c p.
pressloW t tis weaker, race at this
itage of its struggle for a higher
Alvilisation. It would inevitably
breed for the black mian pet.eoution
and prejadi'as atd raise new barriers
lo his progress.
We clip the following from the
Newts & Courier.
"On Wednedny last the commit,
tee nppoli.ted by M1e ut dkhhers of
the Gharlutte-, Cu'umbia and 4 ugas.
ta liniic-ud to voiide-r the propral
of the South Carolina lICilr.ond to
lease the 0.st named road, met in
Columbia, anj after & loa.by sea.
ion finally agreed to r.j.ot tho pru
pos51. 'lhe Vomn it,ee can,ilted of
Mr. James 1. I1 .on, t f Winnsboro,
Mr. J. 1. P4mor, of (1itmbia, Mr.
. F. N e,,omer, of Bual ilmoro, M r.
. l). 'ownsend, Uf Darliugton, and
'dr. XV. II. Brawlev, of Charlotton.
Tht terms of the propmaul made by
the Suuth Carolina It ilroad were is
follows : To lo ie the Cha-lotto, Co.
lumbin and A ugu.ta Ito..d for a peri
od of ten or t%elve yonfs. To keep
the r..nd in good running order, and
to pay to the Stookbolders a divi
dend of two per etint. for the firlit
ycat, three per ce.t. for the second,
four per ocent. fCr the third year, and
after that, four per cent. and one
half the net earings of road. ' ie
South Carolina It ilroad Company
also offeted to pay the ititerest on
the entire floating and boridd dubt
of the road durit.g 'the continuaice
of the lease, and to return the road
to the siockholiers atL the expira- luu
of ten or twenty years in good con
dition. Our information is that the
majority of the stecklduluerm who
reide in thil State were anxious to
have the lease conuimmatedl but
that is wars rejectod through the in
sturncitality of the boutho ni seouri
ty Company, Who bonltrul the wl.j..ri
ty of tihe stock.
Ah we ari net behind the menes
we know nothing about the workitigs
of this ru3sterious Southern Securi
ty Omipathy. Wd do kno*, how
ever that no dividends have been
paid the Stockholders for irany
years, and that barvs in the C. U.
& A. t. It., are worth not more
than ten cents on the dollar. The
plea bas been that the receipts of the
road are not sufficient to pay any
dividends. iut hreri otiet the
BLuth Carolina iW,ilroad CoMpany
an. old, titaunch and careful corpora.
t,on, and -tiakes to the stockholders
of the C. C. & A. 1t. I., a much
more liberal effer thatr his eitr been
madb to thetin by the preseit man.
agiment. If the haseo can pay
dividends, why annot the road it
self pay something I
These two roads have bet n coi
stantly at Wart) 41hon "ll th6 it er
ests of the State imjpcrr-,ively demand
harmony of action between them.
Clarleaton .n%d the up country mut
be brought int9 irntiumao c.,nnec.
tion to insture tire pro..per hy 9% tire
Stuath. It ja i dolpd, fabie of 'the
belly and thre nernberar;-either
ean exist without the other. We
sincerely trust thast sonmc satisfactory
arrangement can to nwade bet ween
these rivaL i.;s
A Defunct Triumvirate.
The great tidal wave of November,
in its awe.iping desrtruction~ of old
land marks, overwheilmed throo ni eta.
ble charaoters, in1 Armrie aur polit ic.,
Ben iltter, Maek Chandler arnd Matt
Carpenter. .lfen n,-a. defeated over
wholthfing?y itt dbo imgJ.);; ,Chanrdler
and Carpenter have each been die.
feated by libreral republicans support,
ed by dermocrats and inidepenidenrts.
Trhese thrrec nrvn were towers of
strength ,in theit. party, anrd theIr
foss at a time when tire radicals nreed
help badly will be .severely felt.
pryears thi .t.riuntvirate ruled iir
W~ashin1gton. Possessing great abili -
ty, and being not in thne least burderr
ed with 00onsciece, they re,jresptft
ed the aggre,iiie, defiant ui ing~ of tire
w 'jority, and .seconded G rant in al.
mosp.t ve ry att,e ta i to t raipji11 upon
the constitution. It is true tCarpeiis
te r has tak~en a conrservativo stand,
in the Lou isjarns.matter,; but letters
capturel dOjrit tire Penn cmnteu(
prove that ho .,exIerio,trced a convet
sion because K(ellogg, rans, not aiif.
cienrtly lavishi of his iil-gotten' gajine.
The morality of these thrree rrner
comt ined, would put a arustard seed
to shazne for dlitinutiveness. Carrpen.
ter is a roli, B3utle s, .oot) thief
and Chandler a compound of general
oussedness. Ilonesty and purity will
breathe,freer when thc:4th.of Marrchr
iommands these individuials td, step
down and out. "The south eborild
especially rejoice. Sho has ocen
mallgnr.d cons.taptly by these foul
'o recenDt election, slhow that the
parts o,f hrate la dlping out, and a new
party of friendufrip 1s rising. T1'hey
dlso show thra, , ja:rty ie's are
wreakening, and that votbra 100k to
ndividual chraracter rather than
0 caucus dictation. All thris augurs
rtoll for the t'ntrc
A e clip the following front tbo
"Our exoaanges and reports show
a remarkable ohange in . the publio
senti.,mant of the up couitry. This
was the field whero the rod right
hand ofpolitloal disturbance had to
be arrested by the national powe..
Tbls was the section where most of
the troubles that Aftlieted the State
existed. And )et now the most
cabual oaervor, traveling through
thub lortion aiid conversing with the
leuders of the people,fiinds agenuine
pacitication and a teal '?uti,faotIn
with the present republiean adtoinis
tratiun. Tie fob Is %idvn.t that
Govern(r Chan.borluin hs already
indicat(d his patriotic resolution to
becone tie governor of the w%hol
people. 'veryshere, :roin rppubli
oun and demjjuoruts,. is behrd the
universal expres.iod that the tid
ham not only been firmdy *oeek.d,
but doelively turned in lite diree.
tion of at btegt and eculonomial
car er, by the statenanshitp anld
intrepid nerve of the excutivo.
Not only is tis plain in the telhngt
of the tin.s of the people, but the
natiVe enthiiain vf the Catolini.n,
whether white or black. is warinig
up to its woik and rallying tie hit
of the Stute, uway froml all p judico
and pa1sion, artund the ge ins aid
plUck that hatt been exhit.ited In tho
purpose to redem Dtid I.ll ify our
public affairs. Anybody who looks
at the tempeir of the mas es of tl.e
poo plo can euily see that the gover
nor hl..s-.-inl a grasp, too, that does
not flinu- a double edged sword
that cuts oither nide, and that he Is
cttuplete iuster of the tituation."
This article admits all that the
cor.servatives have ever clai I ed.
lor the pa t seveiral ye irs the posi..
tion atsuimed by the mainority is that
they recoguize the validity of the
uienduients and are perfectly will
itig to accord to the colored man
pulitioal equality. Tit -y have steadi
ly niniit;ined that they demlIand
ierely an honest Udmiii tration of
government 1 and their protet ha
been rai:ed against knavery and cor
ruption. They have denounced the
blacks, not bt eauso th,y are black,
but becaue they have foisted into
powdr, in da.5s past, tOe %o.u i of the
Universe. They battled desperttely
against Gov, Chanberlain because
they firmly believed from his past
reourd that lie was no better than
tie thitving ring wliti had ruijned
the State. While oppo,ing him,
they Levrtheless pledged them
selvesj if he were ifleoted, to aid him
in any fione.t wea,ure inaugurated
by him. They have kept thi-, pledge
They h.,ve lid uilde all pru.iudice,
and are co-operating with Mr. Ch.aut
berliiti as harmunoniu.,ly as if he h;sd
bien their cadididate,
But it has been rwonat-y for vile
radical organs atid vilo meaori,l
conmmittees 10 stlgtnatae the cou
servatites as blood thirsty irreconei
l.ables. TIhe Un,ion Herald itself
lian frequently proclainned th.t the
"heocrthgrowls niot fr .m nty
ii jury received buit merely (s om, hat
redl to iepubliocans andi hiunger for
ofiie; andl that rno republ i -anf e'.rn live
in the State i thot r4unffetrig ostria
oigmi. ,The ,eotisqr vatives r'futsed to
ofliliate with swinidlers. llut since
they have found a decenat reptublie .n
t(iby l a y ish o:n h im fit mior e co m men
dation than they .wculdl la.vish on a
conservat ive. A con.-e:vativc is ex.
peeted to be.decent, but a decent
sethern radical is a rare phrtnenmon.
No resume we will be atigmuatize,d as
bigoted for aerting this, but .3is
a lamtentu ble fact.
The e,onser vatives by th eir re.rdy
adhiesion .to Mr. C2ham:berIa in hmavq
vinidieated themnselve*s from foul
slander. Let tna hear rno mtore howls
about reb.cl ion ai d osttreism,
TIhere are den der thias lHeort .putler
or '/a.eb Chlandler. (4ve' us otir due,
and adtmit.that we have exhibited
a reoarkahl.e degree ,of saitisfa.tion
with the politica.l dLatus bore al-.
though we hold no0 ofliues and get no
loaves nor fiebecs.
The ortiole of Unrion; [beraid lB
apparenrtly at confo*i>mn of past error
Let it wisely refra in fromt mi. takes in
"WhYlen i pE mny foot dowvr, I-l
I lave yot ton unider.ttand corld\ Mrs.
Nt-joker, .'thatt thletre's somret i nj
the re." On inivestigat ion, it -was
found to be a No. I I shoe.
."lA njan who fears the fjord .and
can carry borne anr inatoxier,ted memn
ber'," is the kind of Sorgeant-at
Arms they want for the AlMieso ta
.Tije New York Stun c lainms tha'
the Paeitle Texas & El Paso )Milrod
is a bigger swindle than the Credit
Mobil ier. s..
Abjiteloss ar~diane etehange says
"Our edlitorials are crowded ot
this week by the pressure of r.cading
A FRE8l( supply of Gharden Soed3 and
.~XOnaion isa4 irn' nrri-eI.
In the District Court of tlhe 0. S. for tho
District of South Carolina-in (ho
matter of D. 0. Aleans, Bankrupt.
T UIS is to give notiee that a Oarraht
in Bankrupty was issued out of tihe
District Court of (ie United States for
the Dist'ro I of South Carolina 6n the 29dh
January, 1876, against the es:ato of D.
0. Aesis, of Fairfield County. of the
State of Soulth Carolina, who hath boon
adjudged a Bankrupt tiponl his Petition ;
l" t. the payment of any If b18, and thO
delivery ofaany properly belouging to said
Bakrupl, to him or f-,r hkis use. anti ie
tras1vr of aiy property by him. are for
bidden by law; that it mecOng of tie
cred:tors of -ai.1 1iirutot, Io provo
lheir debts. im1 to oh-jose oime
or 1110m, A4.signits of ihis (.s.
title, will be held OtI a t'o t of Bankrmpt -
oy. to be iolde on nho 181n dI1y of Felb
ruary, A. 1). 1875, mnt 12 o'clock Mi., at
Yrkvilte. 8. C , before W. 1. 'lawron,
Eisqi one of time ilegi-sters of said Court.
It. 11. WA LLAP,,
U. 8. Marishal Its leFselget'
T. W. C,.\WSON, 1'epuy Mlessengor.
Ii. Zi0n In1titute
WINNSUORIO, S. C.
Ti lH E prinig Sessmion of this
inslitmuionm fom tihe year 1875.
Swill omcmmmnence on tho limr
Aiml:dy imi J:tnumary nex.X
T~''het'me will be twvo mthe
vnen I ion in lime smnmmer insteaid of onem
imomnl h, mas he'retofore. Th' iis is nmore inm
amtcmmrdantmie w ii hnlm ih usmgo of thme othImer
Schoolmtms of outir Stet e. amm it is hmoped will
suill mthe paitr'ons belter.
Thelmre will he a remduct ion nmade in lime
rates hiit hoerto chmarged for primimtry schmol
mr.m. andecarnest amnd car'foef irl will be
n,ndle 1o promote their progress. Advanom
edl SIide-nts'camrefully pmeparedcu for Coi
l'mge or' ime ti sdal purtuitim of life. Clheap
anid co m foritable boa1rd - p rovideid fior
scholar.j Irmn abr-oa.l. it is gremally to
lime initeiiresltl f- bot pareamls andmm schlar s
lo.enter at the bmeginniing of. time. semlsionm.
A ipply 1o Col Jau. ii. Rion, chiairmian of
IIoa- d of Trusmteems or
deCo 30 iPrinicipal.
Charlotte, ('olumibin.& Auigus~
'CoI.L IMnmA, Mlay 17, 187.1
'r i f ollowinig Pamssenmger schemdule Wi
L. be run over thmis roiti omn anid attu 1
t his dmtte:
Tit A IN --iolNo N(mt Tn..
tea-Yo Attgtts mta, ait , , (m g()
"Colutimbia,. b. C., J i 68 a mm
'' Winnsborg', 2.00. )- m
'' Chester, -. 4.(t ini
Arriie at Ch.rloit o, .C. . 6.-46 p mm
ere Charlotte, N. C. at 7.001.,
''Chesl er, 9658 aim
'" Ws.nnghoro, 11i..I3 a ii
" Columbia 2.13 p
'irrive at Augumsta - - O60.jpim
JAMIES AND)ER rIN, cen'i smon,
Por"s, en. Passenger and Ticket Agen.
A LL parties indebtell to its on afore
account are nlotiiled thmat we ned
mooney badly, amid must. have accoun'ts
McM \STER & J1IIC.
ALL, persons owing time subscrOt'iher
L.are reuested to comeo forwatrd
ant .settba tup at .'nce aini 'le mi 'Is as he
nee ton.y,a i m e t h i -
COUNTY OP FAfltf1L.D. -
jN TIlE COMMON i61A13.
JonataIn 811autou. Plaitillff, agaisit Ja mies
To N. M. Lwi. Susaniina It. iinnaut,
(wife of J-1aels 8. liannn1A), LIzzio It.
Stokos (wifo of John 81oke--), heirs of
James Laws, tie above numed Defend
y OU ore hor-by s,latone>l ,ari re
Sqtaired to silow 011a-i4 lliain I wenty
days :tflor I he service ht-1-01* 1111erk u y0u. if'
any you can, why tho exectitiun 1. u rd,
oi the Jiulp ient. eitere i n lisll. .i1li"11 "il
the seventh d-ty if Februiry, A. 1. 1867.
in the olice of iho 'leak or Ilh. ( vii a
C N)I1aon Piea;:s for the f;oilily and * ate
aforesa id, ill ln%11a1 of the a,,-%e 1in.e.
Defendant, .l:aim i ,awp, lor'i the% nit #I,
finMr ha itli'1d and limir d -lhjr. :rwad ixi.y.
seveh cente, and lit'lcenl dullars cowt-;, jo
Whiuh has hWe-n rtauin"I unNaki lied. ex
otlpl n R o the oesj !P ial I hlles n of ( ij'tAyT
lmir d>llars anl .:ixt -fi;e ceva i ,Dse,
to the debt 1111 . illie st i n oi the .-- d
of .ilareh. A ). 181;8. shall no, he rei-4nev
Na :til 'CA ltail Io show Cia 148 fal are
aid by answer eeived on th sabu-oibear
'it t heir o.li -o. No. 1I. Lav iR 1n1-4, wi jiin
bwro. So. Ca I , he salul will be see I Wc.l
aneuenin g Io ahio .\e. of ala i ('e*'-ral A- I.
-elinely in 1 uc oils( nida11e tal.d pro, idoa
liDh Jlecn"ber, 187 1.
.c'A N Tr & D)('A r.AMs',
A toia 3 ic). Plnja if'*.
l'o N. .1. r-v -i-i I bWl,. '.e 4. . i o. , hi -ir
ut .lsa- e 11 w , dacea aed :
'T'nke nn Ice t hat I I.e ,.tinmine11F to vi 11.w
entiap, , which thI fto r .g :. e a cien.
wa liled idi Tseail e C IQ C1 +" k - f 1i.
Co irt oinl on lIeae, in I lie ' -ini v l .
Fairtie -Il in the z tkite, o . it Cartlila In
the 7th d ly of Jeeurn-, A. D. iW5
7th Janunry. I2:S7.
Mo'A N T.z & I)0..
REIORT OP THE CONUIT
(F 'I E
Winnsboro NaConial Sank
T ' ina -or-o, in a.' LItV 01 ;ol:h
.Z.I. l'iroi a. ut Ithe close of hm.-ite.-s.
Denx m'er 31 - I,M; 1.
Looans nuvi Diwcu"wis, 5-1.S3-; 85
S. Bo nIDaudi to sc-tl0
circuilton. 7.,)0n 00,
Dill fI'oin nilielining al.d
leserve Ag- is, 7,0S 10
Due H -III oier Nationail
Banks, 0, 2.. e
Real P-1ov. ariue
atel Fixinr-s, 1,.I's 71
Curi It -:x peniies taad
Tases Pidl, 2 511 41
Preaniums Pn6aid, 10 22 IS'
1Ills of oiher Nati -1ir.11.iI I11ky, 8, 5 OI
Praeiit al 11 Cu retc!3 (il.cul
ing Nicke's ) 3 2 :
'VL r ury ir.o <:-) *l' a
Lagal Tenoler N,itvs, 1'a .i c
U 8. eerfil:ne, f epI :it
for lv.a. ! iclder,. : i 1
Total $It2.7 17 ;I
Capial -tOec p i'l if), .7 1,001) 10i
Su-pis lFuaa-l 7.18 'I
Ot her undliv,died prollits 6,9 19 u i
National Blank notes out
utandin:g. c u 5 00
Dividenlis u aidpiti, '.w7 nri
idi%ililal 1iepoe i8 : 1 ? 1.) 7 1
Due to oter Niuimaui aEk, in; ul
Toal S12 ,717 d
STrATE OP SOUTHI t'All. INA.,
S:iauni ee of 1: liebl. I
1. Sanmel B. Ck,wncy, C:ashiv-r of thke
Witnn.-Jbort) N 'iq,nal l ia. , di sb-ei i
%wear lhat thel a bove statemn, i is itr"u
'i tl. i h 0 itr my kn-wi l gi - I ele ;i, .
M .lUEA., la 01.. \'7 ahir
SW.) 11 lu 11111 61st c ibwd I evk.re like.
:hais I i iay el .1 eli d.ay
.\I. U h;(IlIT-;F-.ON, Not-iry 1l'abha
,1 A-(. It. .\let.\ NThS, )4eos
A. S. hJOUGi L A- S..
Flelcaini, anid I ll'a ivar w a
EKVERlY DE-- PT~ION.
Braceleitut, St uid-',
Sicu E iel,
Pencil a sei4,
-A gret v21ri. $3 of' Iie i.4masLi GoCod.
jat arrived ,1t,
O'Nsf & 4. II A NIDLNIN,
Ole EVElIY K(IND FROM1
eeiier Skiin'' Onion 8els f,'eor :aeL atlie
IROG STy)1li- Ole
jun26 W.1I. AIeiN,
03h Packages o1 NE\V A
in Barrehs, half and11( qjuarter Ir-I
ber 1, MEsa~
328 Sicha of' firesh gr'cund FLJ .)Ir
ai|| sizies antd gruee-f
(J aiie .AlIhb Is
A:fllI stoc-k of' ( rocerles, Proevi::ion
and f'innta lticin S !(.
Iton in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
The Perttmvi<n Syrutt, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxc'o of
1ron, is so combined as to have
the eraacter of' at <ilmnt, aas
easily dli Iested <and(1 assinmlitaltd
with the blood ds the sIinplcs
fool. it Inretses thto qu antity.
of .Natutre's 010m Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blop<d, an(l
cu resI "<a tholfsand ills" '11lUPIZ
by ToninU it p,nvitoratill ami
Vitaliliy 11h sys'tem# M's l'te en.
i'ichet an<d vitalized blood per..
ncatcs cvcry paM)t of the body,
repairing lanages andl wIdste,
searching out qluorbid secre
tions, and leaving othling foai
<(isease to fecd )pon.
This is the secret of tiha wonl'.
derfe success of this 2-emedy it&
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com.
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Dir
Ilion, Boils, NervousAffections.
Chills and 'evers, 11umio.
Loss 'of Constitulional Vigor,
Diseases of th Ridneys- and
Bladder, Femalo Complaintsi
a(nd all <liscases orifginating ijj
a bad state of the bloodt, or ac
compauled by debilityf or a lold.
state of the system. Beingfreq
from Alcohol, In any form, it4
energizing effects are not fol-.
lowled by corresponding, reac
tion, but are p)ern<auent, infc..
sing strenrlth, vigor, <ned 1eu1
life into all pirts of the system,
and bulding 1jp an, Irol Con
Thousands have been, change(l
by the use of this remcly, fronub
twak, sickly, sujfeuiny crea
0i1-cs, to strong, Itcalth11, anttl
hPpi 'Men and( wome; antj
in'.ulilh C' nuot reesonably hes
a i tliiv.
Sec that cacA botte haa PERU-6
VIAN SYRUP blown in t1 glassi
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietorst
No. 1 MIlt u Place, Boston.
SOLD DY DRt,CITS G3NERALLY.
N_ () TC IL
'T k t ril of oi. IM
M ENSIC STU11TW , we will sell
le saIme at V,!'y
I 0 W P R I c E S.
1ioie'rf'al O(tii2ve E5''cts,
rdi l'onhin," "A poet im:." -' i'.r'rn, . ,
t hat lea<d tho tIp:.,.er on to *liunkenneGu u,i-l rui',
buti nrJ a truio M3[ii'in, teolo) fron theu Nati'
Itoots r.di ~~r ~ 144 114)11f1aden-1 teefo al-:
lcohnIi I o Iiilnint. iThy arJ the
(.1 IAT I600 I)l ' 'i II ElI, iund A
1L1FE G1 VIN4l l'fl I N('IPi'., a perfi,-d
Ibnorna l Invi-;onnoir iof thme byrstin, carry
jig ffahi toi.iona-t'm .nttrann res,torin-s ti lkon.I
fo a hi.dthly r.)nill on,. No peirson can tuako Ihe e.
liitters acorlin~g to riirret oine lnnt remaini I'mn-r
Inwe, proividbu the:ir bent i re A n o it desutro'ye.j
L;y inernl p'l-nni or (Ithi-r ieais.a niltho vitut
'Thi:-y eire nt (lenit toI':.i'.ziln i; i i, , !.j
Iii Ii r' To,ai, Dm -nug, :'l i, thei pcu!ia!r inerit
i f ac:uu:~ as a ruow 'i fud :: Ta in relievjing 'iuin'.
ti'n or Itau :tiohu:i ofth i i. ; .1 r, iui<il of all thie
Foi VIj IA is-('W.l PJdI NTM,,nhether
toin hi'1;nhr ill i.terrk n. r sin'&.' nt tih iaiyn or
tvointmhioet or rt the turn of life, anes T1unt~ iit
di:restin,ii no lo n, I -ri yp..te n - -
the IllI 14 ten hu :v' beeni nuht u'ncewofu4i. Minels
wljh IiIA gi'!iur:dljy pirui.cod by dcraiun icnnt of
l)V$IMiF.PJ. o)1 i 1DIO1eVION,
lne ,Phi infti t hel.j ij/ i 'iniii, Congh Ti! i htjui
neugui l. th (i t.niud iiuim, *d n 'I i eiii ntions ut
the i ton h,i iad Ta iiste ijhein h. Cillousw
ihnLnge 1-:i'1 in ther-(Iio: jii ofij)i~rt th y u
1 hunthe I th . r pah.f i ime ton e re te of
prn , f i ppi .a, IIli 'l ii feit
torid .iur nal low ' u-h ijru--r .i
liii ju: hi lihi N u tt f '.iii t . k E a tln-.etr
neniji ihii ii t" ur Cild io, t ;.L enb0tumyO [C fi t
h 'u,i ti - n. ihi.u'n Ii d wh~ )4iiver,y1ifim it.
w hen it Lisi f'on;,nnij . tre, inii gsii will till yon whuo..
P . i ' ' . U MJi!i, nrIkingf
- - - or ilfectually
- hi, l)ILUE,lI5. o .. ::n iti EAIIJ
- 5red . N v Yok.