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WINN$fBORO. S. 0.
Thursday, April 0, : : 1877.
It. MEANS DAVIS, Editor,
JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Associato Editor.
Mr. Oikey Hill his turned up
(h)all 0 K in England under an as -
The Now York Journal of Com,
meroe of the 29th of March says:
"The appointmierdt of ox-Governor
Aiken, of South C trolina, as Collec
tor of Customs at Charleston, and
ex-Governor Porter, of South Caro
lina, as United States District At
tornoy for that State, will probably
be made as soon as the gubornto
rial contest is settled."
Upon what authority the Journalof
Commerce speaks, is not given ; but
President Hayes could not perform
a more graceful act of recognition
towards the intelligence and proper
ty of South Carolina than by making
The National Repbulican, of
Washington, pays a high tribute
to Judge Mackey in the following :
Governor Hampton and the gen
tlemen associated with him will leave
Washington for South Carolina to
night. Among those who have
most prominently represented Oov
ornor Hampton and his cause at the
National Capital, Judge T. J.
Mackey stands pre-elminen t.
A republican, unalterably, in his
political faith, and holding his
alliance sacred with the National
Republican party, as represented by
President Hayes, as the necessary
agent to lift his people up to a high
er plane of civilization, he advocates
Hampton and home rulo with a zeal
and sagacity which have made the
cause of Govei nor Hampton ia house
hold word throughout the country.
At Last !
The welcome tidings lmuvo been
received that Mr. Hayes will at last
take a decided step in the course
mappod out in his inaugural.
The troops are to be removed from
the State House, and the manage
ment of local afliirs in South Caro
lina will be relegated to the people.
No lunger will the tread of the sen
try be heard in the corridors of the
State Capitol, nor the statuo of
Washington look down upon the
destroyers of the constitutional
liberty he fought to establish. And
it may be stated also, with some
degree of confidence, that no longer
will the sable visages of the Cham
berlain constabulary be se en in
bas-relief against the granite walls.
Chamberlain acknowledges that this
move establishes Hampton, and it is
possible that he will yield to the
force of circumstances, and bow
himself down and out.
It may be confidently expected
that at last the devil is dead, that
p~olitical and social anarchy is no
more, and that a new era of p~ros
perity is at hand. South Carolina
has passed through the deep waters,
and now stands upon higher and
firmer ground than ever before.
Now that, with success assured,
we can reason calmly, it seems, per
haps, not unfortunate th~at the comn.
p~lete fruition of our hopes was de
layed until the heat of the campaign
had subsided, and both the victors
and the vanquished had been pro
pared to accept it. There will be
much more of forbearance on the on<
hand and acquiescence on the othei
now than there wvould have beer
earlier. The material progress wil
be surer, because more gradual. Th<
flush of political victory wvould hav4
engendered reckless financial specur
lation, by which a collapse wouk
have been inevitable. Now, pru
dence will be comiminglna with con
fidence, and business ventures wil
ho all of a legitimate nature.
*Another thought presents itself
The people should wear grcefull:
the laurels they have wvon. Clemien
ey was the crowning virtue of (1w
9 mar, and peace has her victoriei
more renowned than war. Govern
or Hampton has counseled modlera
tion and guaranteed justice to all
4 He will perform his pledges to the
letter. And all who respect him and
desire the welfare of South Carolini
will co-operato in the endeavor t<
miakae u n cor notth niui;,,n ~
a fiction but of the poople, not of
expediency but of right, not of par
tisanship but of liberality.
At the saine time the Democratic
party, which was the instrumentality
of achi 'ving reform, must be the
vehicle of its perpetuation. Lot it
continue in solid phalanx, opening
only to receive fresh recruits. The
day is not far distant when all, black
as well as white, except only the
thieves and scoundrels, will bless
the day that made Wade Hampton
the Governor of the whole people of
The Order for the Removal of the
WASHINGTON, D. C., April 3.
General V. . Sherman. Com
m'fding United States Army.
GENERAL: I enclose herewith a
copy of a communication from the
President of the United States, in
which he directs that the detach..
ment of troops now stationed in the
State House at Columbia, S. C., be
withdrawn, and returned to their
previous barracks or camping
ground. You maro hereby charged
with the execution of this order,
and will cauxI the withdrawal of
the troo)ps on. . Tuesday next, the 10th
qf April, at 12 o'clock, m.
Your obedient servant,
Giro. W'. MCCIAnY,
Secretary of War.
Our Town Police.
PreHuming that the newly elected
town council is open to suggestions
touching mlatters affecting the pub
lie welfare, I bog through your
columns to direct attention to the
importance of having a more efficient
police force. It is a notorious fact
that the community generally is not
satisfied with the present members
of the police, inasmuch as their
fitness and qualifications are sari
ously questioned. That there are
good grounds for dissatisfaction
there can be no possible doubt, and
it is to be hoped that the fact of its
existence has aircady hoeon:e so
apparent to our "city fathers" that
they will not hesitate to act at the
proper time in accordance with the
generally expressed wishes of the
citizens, namnely, that' the town
should1 have better policemen than
thosc now employed.
THE BALL STILL R~OLLS ON
creery & Brother
COLUMBIA, S. C.
E 3 E uceasattending the disposal of
urMA(INIFICENTSToCK, which "e p11t
upon the market early this season at such
low figuren, convincen us that the publio
appreciate our efforts to supply them with
the newest and mocst stylishI gooda.
Ituying as we de from the first hands
and for cAar, enables us to offer
We are now receiving a new and elegant
SPRING AND sUMMER
which wvill he sold at the same low ruting
popiular prices. We expect to do a LIrvE
PUSHINo BUSINEaSm, and bargains will b(
"A word to) the wise is sufieient."
.M' 8ainplea sent on application and
expressage paid on bills over $10.
McCRlEERY & BROTHER,
Grand Central D~ry Goo ds Establishment.
T- A. MecCEERmY. B. B. MeCREnY.
B. A. 1IAwrLs. WuI. HoIIEAN.
M RHANTS are requested to com.
. aeour prices for Paper and Papel
)tags,wilth those paid elsewhere.
jan 8 McATR&BR .
(ET your Job rinting done at
.TWE NE WO AND HERU ADD 000.
A distinguished physician of Now Yorl
"It is astonishing how. universally Dr
Tutt's Pills are used. Irv'my daily rounds
I heatr of thom not only among the poor
but tlhcir virtues are heralded from the man
lions -of the wealthy and refined. Know
ing the inventor from his long connectior
with the medical profession, I have grea
confidonce in their merit., and of late have
often prescribed them with the happiest re
suits in cases where I desired to make a do
cided impression on the liver."
TUTT'S PILLS D Ttt has been en
gae nthe ipractice
CURB 8 SI H5A. mediine thirty years, ant
ACHE. Corna long tune was demon
" atrittor of anatomy in ther
TUTT'S PILLS College o Geor
iae oce, p~ers.ons usingj
CURE DYSPEPSIA. la Pill have the ganran
.. tee that thcKy are prcepared
TUTT'S PILLS sre p
CURE CONSTIPATION le hts succeeded ir
combhining in them the
TUTT'S PILLS o ngitgn
s/If ng Iossie.
TUTT'S PILLS t ist aharet
petite by caumsin g the food
CURE FEVER AND to properlyass imito
AGUE. Thus the system Is nour
ggette, and by their toi
Snedcin the digestive or
for~ ~U aion tiewsdmn
gns, rlavr and health
Cu BILIOUSB dOOLIt% evacuations are produet
_____ I* The rapdity with whi
Fr NJ1I TAU ONl FLUBN,
TUTTc n PILLS thhilntic
thsune Pils r the of o retnntagont
CURE SIDNEY Oohqaclictes their ndaptabi.itl
PLAINT. to nourish the body, ant.
hence theircreaey i cur
TUTT'S PILLS ~Iu1drvousi shagc
pdteby c a, ewat
CURE.TORPID LIVER. Igishaess of th liver, ant
.OEN TAIR wBfOBT 1N GOLD.
TUTT'S PILLS E'SVILLf'K
GIE APDNETIT DO. iate thir -Deatabirt
GIVAPLAI o Da.to n years I have beer
TUTT'S PILLS "rtodyspepsac
CURE FOUL BREATH. ssiction, and piles, and
..... had well nigh cxhacst
TUTT'S PILLS the matcrhsmedics for
NEVER GRIPE. -hn yacdnyu
TUTT'S PILLS ntc.Ibgnterue
and the first close gave rt
GIVE BOUND SLEEP. such reliet that I continucd
to talce tlheama. I nim now am
TUTT'S PILLS w ail , lave a goocithp
GIVE BUOYANL !Iles have disappeared
BPIRIT8. snul I have ained forty
pounds it solid flesh. 7
TUTT'S PILLS b t'eiw it
CURE FLATUII rid
CUR OLTU E:~. Rllv. It. L. Ssssrsox,
TUTT'S PILLS They are perfely
CURE BOILS. hrmescabetk
:en by young or old
TUTT'S PILLS without restraint of
GIVE CLEAR SRIN. PRICE 85 (SNTS.
TUTT'S PILLS ePI:
35 MURRAY STREET,
REMOVE ELOTCA.. NEW YORK.
TRDTMPr :-D SCIENCE.
Gray Bair cat (14 rhan ed to bee
al pell nighaexhustlof
s.b atrckyd sInlen like magic,
and Is wat'raitmddPs weareless as water.
Price $s.oo. Och rs Murray ISt , Nc Y
Boot and Shn Manufacturer
wri~slO t, enn dietwe.
1 wuld afnotbe tot
hase ofr aireiitt hi1
-- Rov. R.~ Lio Santn
'dl tyls ofwor iharlsst anieltak
orkmnli mane, oby oung r old
Nort or lsewereithepoutrstrait of
sold t reamonadie. reocpain
promtly ttened t. IEn strol Csh
oTRIMPK J. SCENIIC.
rAyE Hai .ca)(b CaseRoLI.
In thc aot sin eaplcate.o
To Jud T'rd, Ree sod etse grc,
andnis Fordrtonmls Ford waron
Prieato, Oficate 35cMurraysn, . hY.
Bot andy Fhord anhnycturr
l VlhiN1 Odes o, o di.
Y OU are THeEb reuirderoigner re
the pecutfn ioann to thdp
FairieldCo ttizens5 of Field ohatock
aotManunctory twfoa one doriblow r.
1877 touloweus, ifreared tou manufactur<
rel ste of wonrs Ford, decsedia an
orkmodaltimnner touo the verJy Fort
ntmarteitho, andiefuy ato a the adeb
Ford. Je~se Ford enifcsr For aretosh
Nrtho, elsehere. I kee honstalyordP
Ford angd tok Deni ealh neUppe
Leanltherof Findngso&. whyiche with
Colin atresonbliaprieth Rcharsn
p)romtaofened eal erm sicte tash,
(ly Of UTY.D OF 7,ani -rvso
Ieno the Creetiess of Proat h
ren n i odPsto od Crln
Caven, thdry Ford and Phel thisd,
legl heia of a,r Ford who 1877.
as mote tweth dayo e o rAnD
1877,t show Caulofnyy an n, ewly rh
scibdirte, aeind safotLonuaeni
toedor inomy.olcsol ntb iie
osed alloti to e ai Judy wore
For, Carolin ples t one,bt fric
Ford andLoia Dis lechon-f,
teeth herof;and.. als Uwh te ai
WHITE LEAD, OILS,
MIXED PAINTS, &c.
I OR sale at the Drug Store of
D1. W. E. AIKEN.
T HE above materials are of erer for sale,
as PURE AND UNADULTERATED, and
any purchaser not satisfied with them
can return what has not been used, and
pay notlhi.ng for that used, if they be
otherwise than exactly as represented.
I wish the country no longer WITa
wA5HIED, but painttd up.
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
HO are indebted to us for PROVIS.
IONSor PHOSPHATES, we would respect
fully call attention, .that your bills are due
on or before the first of November. Wa
are depending on you for payment AT
ONCE, to enable us to meet obligations
made to assist you, and which are due at
In order for us, as well as you, to main
tain our credit, it is necessary to meet our
Beaty, Bro.e Son.
U. S. Internal Revenue
Mziy1, 187T', to April 30, 1'Ss
r jHlE Reovisd Statntes of the IUited
..1 States, Sectionls :3232, 3237, 3 -38 an dc
32319. require every person engaged in any
bust'ness, avocatiton or expiloyment which
runders him liable to a SPECIAL TAX,
To Prmocure' nhid palace Coin
. picnouusy in lais EstaaIta
ualesat or1 pia('e Of' BeiNIaaexx
. nsTrAMP' denoting the paymnent of said
SPECIAL TAX for the *pecial Tax Year
beginning May 1, 1H77, befoire commiie.c
ing or continuing business after A pril 30,
A return, as prescribed on Form 11, is
also reqluiredc by law of every person lia
ble to Special Tax, as above.
THlETAxES EMBRUAcED wITHIN THlE P~IsI(VONs
OF THEl' LAw ADo vE QUOTED ARES THEl' FoL
Rectifiers, $200 00
Decalers, retail liquor. 25 (00
Dealers, wholesale liquor, 100 00)
Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale, 50 0(1
D)ealers in malt liquors, retail, 20 00
Decalers in leaf tobacco, 25 01)
litail dealers in leaf tobneco, 500 u0
And on sales of over $l,u00, fifty
cents for every dollar in excess
Dealers in 7vanufnetured tobacco, 5 00
Manufacturers of stills, 50 (00
And for each still manufactured, 20 CO
And for each worm manufactured, 2' 01)
Manfufacturers of tobacco, 10o00
Manuactlers o f ias00
thaner oftobaeco,first class (more
thntwo horses or other animals), 50 00
Poddlers of tobacco, accond class,
(two horses or *ther animals), '25 00
Ph'ddlers of tobacco, third class,
'one horse or other anirnoal), '15 t 0
Pedidlers of tobacco, fourth class,
(on foot or public conveyvance), 10 00
iBrewvers of less than 500 barrel,, 50 t00
Brewers of 500 barrels or more, '100 01)
Any perion so liable who shall fail to
comply with the foregoinrg requiroeents
will be ubject to sever.- l"nnltes
Persons or firms liable to pyayo
the Special Taxes named a anye ofs
apply to L. CASS CARPE.NTER, Collector
of nternal Revenue at Columbia, and~
pay for and procure the Special Tax
Stampor Stamps they need, prior to an
OTI I7- anid WI HIOUT .FUitTlEN
Sp~ecial Tax Stamps will be transmitted
by mail only on receipt from the pberson
or firm ordering the game of hpecific
Idirpetions so to do, tog~ther with the
Inecessary postage stamps or the amount
requifed to pay the p)ostage. The lostage
on one 5stan11p is three cenlts andl~ on two
Istamps is six cents. It is is desired that
they be transmitted by registered nmail,
ten cents additional should accompn
GREEN B U
Commissioner of Internal levenu'o,
OwceR o7 INTERNAL nrEiNigE
as~o~ 17 oi a fnnary 23, 1877.
I.ELa W :W c. m
THOS. R. ROBERTSON,
Attorney at Law
AND TRIAL JUSTICVE.
All business entrusted to him in
either capacity will receive prompt atten.
Office on Washington street, one door
east of Winnsboro hotel.
Hi. A O. AILLAIID. JNO. S. IR:T oI.na.
GAILLARD & REYNOLDS,
-ATTO RN EYS AT LA W
NO. 3 h A W RANGE.
A. M. MAeKEY,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
No. 1, L AW RANGE,
Winnsboro, S. 0.
00 Special attention paid to the speedy
collection of claims. Will practice in all
of the courts of this State and the United
WE have now completed one of
the best stocks of
BOOTS and SHOES.
HATS and CAPS,
IN THE COUNTY.
We will not be undersold. Let us
say, however, that our best
Calicoes are 10 cents a
yard. We cannot
sell thorn lower
and have a
uniform profit on all Goods.
GIVE US A CALL
T0 OUR COLOLED~I FRIENDS
As you have always put confi.
dence in us, wve will state that you
may depend on getting goods at a
regular even price.
No baits held out to any one.
Publishers and Printers
Can buy direct of the AManufacturer on
"THE' ANaON HARDY CUTI-JNG AIACnINES
arc the bese and cheapest low p~rieed
machine miade, and have a national repui
tation for utility and durability."---Te
THE A~sON hARDY PArPER CU'rrER Is by
far the best nmachineo which can be ob'
tamed for a less p)rice than one hundred'
dollars. It. Is of great strength. 'These
rmachines have always taken the highest
stand. It is the only machine to which
is applied the Patent Mfovable Cutting
Boar<d. This device has a reputation ot
itself: by it, the cutting board cnn be in
stantly and accuratelyr moved; so that .a
perfect cut is insured This is a very Im
p~ortant lpoint in the machine, and one
that is posses~sed by no other. It greatly
reduces the labor of p reparation in work
ing the paper backward and lorward.
We cannot too strongly recommend the
adlvantagen of this patent movable board.
It is wvorth the price of this mnachine, and
purchasers should fully understand how
highly it is to be valued."--Ge. P', RoroeU
a:t' Newospaper Reporter and Printer's
TnE LATEST IMPRovED HARDY CARD CUiP.
TER is pronounced the moat desirable
Card Cutter in the market, for the general
uses of a prmnting ofilee,
The well 1known RtUUorma CARn CUTTrER
with my latest imnprovements, is still pre
ferred by mnany printera and holds its
faitism over etheor mnaines.
None genuine but those having my full
address lettered in the castin.
MO'Newpegers In want of advertising
from first parties should send for my
A ubuirndale. Mass.
Ie will buy of those that buy of me.
~XHITE and Red Ohion Sets1. l
Vfresh Garden Seed In great variety,
so Herb and Flowe Sed.
A iso, a lotof L49B and other Blankse.