Publisbod Every Wednesday at
WINNSBORO, S. C,
WILLIAM S c 1).4 YS'.
TERMS-IN AD VANCE.
ao Copy one year, - - $ 3 00
'ivo " " "c - - - 12 00
1'ea 4 " " - - 25 50
Six persons in Malboro jail.
Tho Beach iland Siameno twins
lave died, and are now presorved in
Two colored boys were drowned
in the Edisto river, near lLowo's
Pump, on Wednesday last.
The property of G. F. McIntyre,
late senator from Coleton county, was
sold by the sheriff at Walterboro.
Mury Ann Ambrose, who mashed
in her biothers skull with a grub.
bing hoo, near Cheraw has boon
41 protect isIon foot to build a*rail
road from Barnwell court to the
vil'ago of Elko, on the South Caro
lina railroad, some eight miles dis
Never lend money to a genius.
Chicago now spells her name
Ti. chioago, hoping to mislead the
.lioton mortgage men.
Russia claims to be exempt from
p ets and mruicians, aud persons of
iLc.r class are never born there. -
People with the colic mny not be
xious to know it, but there are
en r 2,700 varieties of apples in this
Joaquin Miller hias a bullet in his
and a bullet in his arm. Will
aie gentleman be kind enough to
put a bullet in his head ?
Great amen ought not to marry.
The wives of ix IPresidlents of the
United States are living, while but
uoe President sum vivos.
The only symptom of Republican
reform is to be found in Maryland,
where some of the party want to nomi
mnato an editor for Governor.
Vanity in Oshkosh will have to
hold in for au bile. Mr. Jelley, the
photographmer there, has just commit
ted suicide with his own chemicals.
A toml.Atone in Ramsay says
"Mary I 'awkine, who, having been
tapped for the dropsy forty-six times,
reposes in Chriat, &eptember 1,
The papers are ditcussing the
.uestion, "can G rant's grandson be.
com Presiden. ?" well he can't this
year though he might le Consul to
Brest.- Lu Crosse Sun.
A rich old maid died in England
the oilher day and left .f;10,000 to
found an asylum for needy clergy.
mon. Mlr. Beecher is needy of an
acquittal, and he might go over, for
Three men in a row-boat were
swept over Pa.ssaic L'alls, .Patterson,
N. J., and drowmed. on the 17th.
Their names were James Gregory,
William Lee and John Nartin.
There is mourning in Washington
because of the poor returns from
Radical funds invested in the Ken.
tucky election. They want that
money in Ohio.
Our foreign goods for the past eight
years have co~st us four thousand
millions of dol lars, and as yet a mmanm
is looked upon as eccentric, or an
Englishman, whlen lhe says that this
coimtry doesn't deserve a place on
Eli Perkins says "me and Vander
bilt and Jay Gould," and says it in
such a way that onie would think
lhe wais somebody. Tho man's great.
est failing is his lack of cheek.
Anna Dickinson owns right up that
no woman can be romantic riding on
an ox sled, or inlignilled while climb
ing a rail fence, and now there's an
other dispute forever settled.
The South lost six thousand seven
hundned and fifty-six millions of
dollars in sl've property by the
late war, while the North gainod in
wealth the sum of fifteen thousand
and twenty million dollars..
There is a railroad in Florida on
which tihe cars run eleven miles an
hour-exactly elovenm miles by the
watch, and thoe stock-holders swing
their hats anid shout "hooray P'
Mrs. Ifrriet ]Bocber Stows
receives ai good sumi of money each
year for copy-right on "Unceo Tom 'r
Cai. Since the close of tho war
tihe sale of copies in the south has
sacritico bo0th religion andl pleasuire to
business by con veitimng their ohuLreb
inito a cheese factory, and their racec
courso into a cow puasture.
Major D. WV. Elder, of Oconee
County, gave a barbecue to hih
chilt'ren, grand-children and great
grand-ehildren a few days ago
India rubber horseshoes arc comning
in'o use, and they make a horst
prancee whether ho wants to or not.
Thiere'a no0 longer any need of drivin
tacks into the h iarness.
After a confinement of nearly twc
years in thoe Greenville jail, Onr
charge of contempt of Court, for ro
fusing to answer certain qluest ions
Judge Cooke has ordered the releast
of Mr. Edwin F. Stokes. Physiciam
testified that ho is nartially insmo
Foly's to1ie wItIll Jtckson,
Foley's brone a satuo of "Stone.
wab" aeOksen, whioh is to be sent tc
Virginia, is now in the.-oudon loya
Art Gallery, and is thus described b)
a corrospoudent ot the Southori
Chaurchmaun :"The figure is o
heroic size, eoxct and uoble ; hea<
unoovorod ; right hand, grasping I
gauntlet, rosts naturully upon th<
hip ; the left haud holds the hill
of a sword, whose points touches a
pile of hewn atones, its empty scab.
bard hanging from a bolt around tbc
waist. The form, the attitude, th<
face and the expression of the coun
tenanco comib:no to make one of the
most impreasivo statues wp have eye
utih Carolila allard crcr lIn Limbo.
The police authorities of Augusta
have asceitLined that Conklin Jones,
alias Has Jones, colored, who was
found guilty by the Richmond County
Court recently of stealing a clook
from a colored brother, and sentencdo
to twelve months at hard labor or
the streets of A ugusta, is the sanm
party who shot unrd killed a negro
111a1 in Edgifield County last July
and for whom Trial Justico John
McCord issued a warrant of arrest.
A Ilorrible Frltricide.
Three brother:, named William,
Thomes and Nicholas Alorg-an, quar
reled in Cincinnati, on the 19th, re
Sulting in the lormer being knocked
dlown and litera ly kicked to death
by the ethers. The origin i the
quarrel is said to be of long; standing
that WVilli.cim, by superior b'utsinses
tact, had succeeded in ac.iring con
iderablo piope rty from his brothers,
tt hich had aroued their hatred. The
survivors w lre arrested.
The readiat iuad most useful reme
dy for scald. -mil burns is an embro.
eation of lim w a.er and linsod oil.
There simple agents combined, form
i thick, cream ihh siuibt anec, which
efectually excludes the air fron the
injured parts, aid allays the inflam
mation anioilt instantly. A case is
coorded where a child fell backward
into a bath tub of boilil: water, and
was niearly fliyed from heLr neck to
below her hips. Hier agoinies were
indescc ibible ; but her clothing being
gently reo.v-.d, and the limoe and
lreparation thickly sprcad over the
injured surface, she was so.ud ableep
ill five ninuce, Subsecuently, the
parts were carefully w .h.-d with
warm tmilk and wi ater hi ; i me. aI
d:ay, tLh. oil dre sine amiO..d., and
the little patient ripidly oeevered.
Though all the scalded skini caine ef
she did nut have a sear- This reme
dy lo.ves no hard coat to dry on the
sores, but softens the party and rid
Uaturo to repair the injury in the
readuiest and most expeditious man
ner. This mixture may be procured
ill the drug stores, but if rot thus ac
cessible, slake a lump of ruickliue
in water, and as -0o1 as tLo water is
clear, mix it u o vil and shake it well.
If the case is urgent, pour boiling
water ovcr ho Iie, ard it will be.
comoclea 0i~in *1Live inui tes. 'Th
precparationi may be kept bottled in
the house, anld it will boe as good sis
mon~iths~ old n when first mnade.-Riu
ral New Ycrker.
inen~i canu be glazed by adding ii
tea- poonful of salt and one of finely
acr..ppd white soep to a pound ol
Warit~lma~y be removed by rubbinge
them nmnorninig and anighit with a imoist
ened~ picce of mnuria-te of ammnonia
'They soften and dwindle away, leav
ing no0 such ma~rk as follows their dis
persion with lunar caustic.
A good lotion for freckles is mnad<
ef rectified spirits of wine, one ounjo
water, toight ounces ; half an ounce ol
orango flower water, or one ounce o1
rose water ; diluted imuriatic acid, r
teaspoonful. Mix. To be used aftea
w ashin g.
'To prevent rudting of( tini, rnt
freshi lird ove r every part of the dishb
and then put it ini a hot oven and heai
it thlorongb ly. Thaus trea ted, an)
tinwacre may be used in water con,
stantly and remain bright and fre<
from rust indefinitely.
'To remove miildewv from clothes
take two ounces of -chioride of lim<
(whichl canl ho procured Lat any druf
store) ; pour on it one quar~tt of boil.
ing wamter ; then addl t ha c quarts o.
cold water ; steep the lineii in it foi
twelve hours, when every spot wil
be roinovedJ.-- Rural World.
Sm'all hioles in whit o wall s can b~
e asily repaired without seL.dinig for th
mason. .Equal parts of plaster o
l'airiJ and white sanid---uch as i
uised in most f:,u~ilies for scouriin1
purpcses-mi:lxcd with watet to
paste, iappl ied immiediaitely an'
smoothed with La knife oxr fLat picce o
wood will imako the broken place a
good as new. As the ixture liar
deins very quickly, it is best to lpre
parec but at smaui t~ll unity at a time
To stop bleeding at, the nose, pre,
the finger fir mly upon tho little arter
that supplies the blood to the side o
the face affected. Two small iarterio
branublin g up fromn the main airterio
on each side of the neck anmI passini
over the outside of theo jawb)onc sup
ply the face with blood. If the nos
bleods from the right nostril, for cz
ample, pass the finger ailong the edg
of the right jaw till the beatirg of tih
arterv is felt. Press hard uponi
and the bleed ing will cease. Con
the preainro f~ 0 minutes, tintilI tic
* rup tut oh veisels in the nose hav
t imen~ onntrc~t..
The losses sustained' by the South
in the civil war are estimated by a
ourrespondent of the Now York
Evening Post to have been $1,284,.
1 000,000, independent of the slave:
property, which amounted to
$2,400,000,000, making a total of
r $3,684,000,000. But this is below
l the mark, for the correspondent
esatimates that had not the war occur
od the wealth or the South taking the
ratio of the decade ending 1860 as a
test, would in 1870 have reached
$15,381,000,000, instead of which it
fell to only $5,462,000,000-a differ.
once of neatly $10,000,000,000.
A plain diet develops the musou
lar power to a roanarkable. degroe.
The strongest man we have eneoun
terod for a long time was an Irish
gentleman, who, entering a horse
car last Wednersdaay, after a light
breakf: .t of cure hoof, oabbage,onions
and a pint of whisky, enptied the
oar of ten passengers in thirty seconds
without leaving his seat.
A local colored candidate for State
Senator down in Mississippi says:
"If deo white men who 'fees to be
'publicans want our votes, doy must
corno clean over and be one of us
yes, by ganny, doy mus' be niggers
If a Mis.iouri man gets killed while
riding a race the crowd is certain to
chip in and rtaiso more money for the
widow than the husband would have
earned in two years.
A family in Ft. Wayno moving
into a house found in a pile of straw
a roll of greenbacks amounting to
An Illinois woman, who wanted to
go to a masciuerade party as Mlary,a
Queen of Soots, looked through the
Bible to as.:ertain how the character
The various benefits given last
spt ing for the family of Dan Bryant
produced the net sura (f $16,664 99,
which has been paid over to Mrs.
ISryant and the children.
No Chinese medical student can
sccu e a diploma until he can prove
his ability to saw a man's leg off with
a hand..saw and whittle out a wooden
leg to replace the lust limb.
RCEI [V El
1 bale Plaid Homespun.
Mens, Sunday Shoes and
stitched Down Shoes.
Washing Soap, Toilet Soap,
Starch, (andles G ream
Tartar &c. Tfutt's
Pills, Hair Dye,
Knob Locks, Butts and Hinges,
Carriage Bolts, Door Springs,
Shiovels, Mattress Tw ~ines,
Seine Twvine, Putty, Linseed
Oil and Spanishi Brown..
M~ecMASrTER & BRtICE.
Bleached lfomospun, Bed Ticking,
hlickory Shairting, Gloves and
ilosiory, Gauze UnderbhirtP, Black
Alpaema, Barcees for Veila, Pina,
8peool Thread, N'eedleia, Ladies' Cuffs I
ani d Collaars, Neck Frilla, Belts. and
I ucd les, Pearl Buttons, &e. &c.
Mc Master & Brice.
'3 lids. N. 0. Clarified
Sgar, 10Bbs N. O. MLYOlass
A f'ormenr lot of those goods
have given general satisfaction
(MGve Themt a Trial.
- BEATY 1BRO. & SON.
100 ors. Sulphate o uini,
.60 vials " " Morphine.
10 lbs. Guam Opium.
Va " cuamphor.
For sale at thae Drug Store of
urnna IV E. wrKoN
Car Load White Corn.
t Car Load Flour--ll rades,
1 Car Load .Bolted Meal.
White and Smoked Bacon and
[Eio and Java Coffee-"green
vew Orleans and Common
kll grades of SUGAR.
:ard in bbls., hal.-bbls., Kegs
lonuino Durham Smoking To
D. R. FL ENN IKELN.
LA NDECK ER'S
12 1-2 cts. 12 1-2 cts.
Off0 BUil see thoii.
CANT BE BEAT.
I. Yard Width.
Don't Fail To Go To
rust Recived a' Fulil Stock of
TONSISTING IN rART O1
Clothing, fiats, Mona Furniaking
Goods, Cassimors, CJottonades
Hosiery, C loves, Trunks,
.ethe best assort
>ver broughit to this market, all whiob~
will be sold cheap for
Drs Gsood dat 12 apSnd 16 23 cents
W. H,.Flenniken & Co.
.k ANOY gooDs
Winusboro lillinol y Bazaar.
M RS. Boag wishes to inform her
friends and patrons generally,
that ehto has just returned from the North
after purchasing a full, and complete
stock of Milllinery. consisting of French
pattern Hats and ,Jlonnets, Straw Goods,
found in a first-class
Also a beautiful lite of White Goods,
Dres Goods, Calicoes, Hosiery Gloves,
Notions add Fancy Goods. 'and others
too nunterous to mention, all of which Is
expected to arrive and bo open for in.
spoetion during the week. All I ask is
to call and see for yourself when my goods
BV 85,000 Heart Shingles for sale
Cheap for Cash. AI
march 23J. 0. Bohr.
Packages of NEV MACKOREI
in Barrels, half and quarter Bar
rely, Kits 1, 2, 3, and extra nun.'
bor 1, MESS.
323 BS.aks of fresh ground FL 3UR,
all sizes and grudos from the
Granito Mills Augusta Ga.
A full stook of Groceries, Provision
and Plantatiou Sup pl ies, at
of which will be sold at th
lowest prices for CASI.
BEATY 111. & SON.
NEW STOR E.
ROSENHEIgI & CO.,
P ESPECTFTFULLY inform the pub
0 lie in general that they havo opened
the store formerly occupied by .1. II.
Caitlcart where they intend to conduct a
general stock of merchandise, consisting of
BOOTS AND SH OES,
DII Y GOODS
F3air andl square treatment to caca and
every one that wtl- call on us,
PIERRE BAG OT
OlRS for sale the following very
kPop ular brands, vis:
Bradley's Sea Fowl Ouano.
0. 0. Coe's Super 'phosphlate.
Bradley's Anunonlated Dissolved
Royal Ouano ComnpoundI.
Bradley's Acid 'Phlosphlate.
Parties wishing Ournosi by the car-lonil
can hieve thema ord$'red totDdko,ltidgeway,
Lyles' Ford and Strother's Stn lions, 'as '[
am agent far the entirn -County 'of tFali.
fiold. 'F'ime sales 'ilte 'Notutiber -1 .t
For araingements dnx time .nit prioe gh
cotton opt1 on-alplyt t AoOT
00MNO & M!ANLER
a$~?'OFIWER TO-DA ?
LARG~,E FRUIT STANDS,
Salvers, Piltchiers anid Water
--A L 8 0-c~
Nfow good silgars just received and
for sate, at the Drug Storo of
inna 3 * W. E-AXKE
A Fa'Ittue lea nt, Every family buy
I.t. Bold by Agonts. Address G.
Walker, EJrle, Pa.
BOOK AGi:N rs wante I to eel
'-The peoples Common Senso Medica
Advisor," by -R.. V. Piorce, MI. D. Tih
most ready selling book out. Hxousive
territory and liberal terms Addresi th<
Author i uffalo. N. Y.
>tenorwo Ossi $ ew oe fr
bl wino risks. AlO hotrcuiar
V abo aa/te Do n
dey iubw t at nc on postal
. . RED, TRa ., law Tonts.
A GENT'IS Wansted. The Centen'
anial Garxetter of the United States.
Shows the grand result of 100 years 0
Freedom & Progress. New and co 'plete
Dver 1000 paeos. Illustrated, everybody
dmys It an 1 agents make from $100 t<
$200 a month. Address J. 0. MoCUR)i
& CO. Pubs. Philadelphia Pa.
CA U*ION,--uice.-4sogn.-iite's.i** tio1t
LTPE AND LABORS 01
( Including the '"Last Journ its,") unfuld
vividly his 30 years strange adventures
also the curiosities, wonders anti wealth
of that m rvelous country, anm is abso
lutely the only new, complete work.
ihnce it sells ; Just think, 12.00) tirst i
weeks. Agents' success wonid astonisl
you, more wanted. Senut for 'yeruis aut
positive proof of genuineness.
Il UB~A HD llROIS., Pub5., 7 23, Saw son
TRINITY COLLEGE, N, C
s lssioN 0o0MMEncKs t.P. 2 1875.
ULL Faculty :elegant buildings
superior board nld accommtodat ions
hicat iou near iigh Point on the N. (;
Railroad, very healthy, A receipt in fool
for all expenses. ex cept books and cloth
ing for five months. will ho given for $9.)
Aid given to young in1101 of limit .'d .means
Post Office "Trinity C'ollege, N. (;."
aug 3 U. G R A V EN, Prei .
$10 to W500 iuvesteI in Vail St.
often leadls to fortnno. A 72 pago bool
explaining everything. and copy of the
Wall street Review. Sent free. JOIlN
ilIUKLINO & CO., Hlankeru and Broker
72 Broadway New trk.
COUCIIS, COLD, I1OARSENESS
AND ALL THROAT DISEA: ES,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
PUT U1' ONLY IN ULUS u ,xes.
A TuI111D AND SURE REMEDY
Sold by Druggists generally, and
Johnston Holloway & Co., Philadolphi1
Wherever it I l Been 'Triel
3 U RUB BA
has established itself as a perfect regular
and sure rome ly for disorders of thi
system arising from improper action o
the Liver and Bowels.
It is not a Physio. but, by stimulating
the secretive organs, gently and gradual
ly remo'es all ;mpurities, and regulate
the entire system.
It. is inot a Doctored B itt ers, but, is i
which assists digestion, and thus stimu
lates tho appetite for food necessary to in
vigorato the weakeno.l or inactivo organs
and gives strength to all the vital forces
It carries its own recommendation, a
the large and rapidly iascreasing sale
testify. Price one dollar a bottle. Asi
your druggist for it. Johnston IHollowa'
& Co. Philadelphia Pa.
R. H. Phillips
W IN N SBiORO, S. C
FREWlI. TURNI~P SEED).
T"JUT -Rocied, a supply of Trntip see
t) f pvd varieties.
Whi'To Lead, Sandl Paper, Mixed Painti
Oils, D~rugs, Medicines, Books, Paper., liii
McMASTERL & BIRICE.
Dr. W. E. AIKE1i
Drugs and )ledicines, P'aints, 011
W E are still prepared to take mna
sires for Shirts. Fits Cl narinnteed
July o we 11. FLtN4IKE &c O.
Grateflil Thousands proclaitn VII.
ROAR BrrRS tho most wonderful In.
vigoraut that over sustained th.io sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided thoir bones are not de.
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittont I evers, which are so prova
lont in the valleys of our great rivers
+throughout the United States, ospoolially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkau
l sua, Rod, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grands,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoko, James, and nany others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
- entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably ho during sea.
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
Invariably accompanied by extensive (do
rangenmonts of the stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
troatmntunt, a purgative, exerting a pow.'
orful inluonco u pon theso various or
gans, is essentially necessary. Itore
Is no cathartic for tho purpose equal to
DR. J. WALKER'S VINEGAR BrrTTHnd,
ias they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowols are loaded, at the same time
stinulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the boty against disease
by purifying all its fluids with VI.NEGAR
ITT'rElts. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
D)y sepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pai in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
In the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms are the offsprings of Dyspopsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
Serofula, or ing's Evil, Whfo
Swollings, Ulcers, Erysipulas, Swelled Neok,
Goitre, Scrofulous I lulamnmations, Indolent
Inflannatious, Mercurial A ftoctions, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Soro Eyos, et.
In those, us in all other constitutional Dis.
ease., WAr.KnKI's VixxUAit BI-rsas have
shown their groat curative powers in the
most obstinate and intractable caseo.
For inflannatory and Chronic
.Rleuinatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tontand Intermittont Fevers, Disoasesof
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no e ual. Such Diseuses
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases..--Porsons ent
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such at
lumnbora, Typo-setters, (oid-beaters, and
Minors, as they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a lose of WALaa's V im.
EOA R I3'-lr1(s occasionally.
For Sl'in Diseases, Eruptions, 'Tot
tor, Salt-Rthonm, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pulstules, Boils, Cai-bunclos, Rin g-womrma,
Scald-bead, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Lich,
Serrt's, Discolorations of toe Skin, ]Tnmore
and Diseases of the skin of vwbatever ae
or nature, are literalLy dug up and carned1
out of the system in a short time by thbe ise
of those Bitters..
inm Tape, and other Worms,
lurking In the system of so nmany thousa'du,
are eil'octually destroyed and remno~ed. N o
sy stein of niedicine, 11o vomfuges, n., all
t hehninities will free the system fom worms
like those ilittors.
For Female Complaints, In young
or old, married or single, at the dawn .if wo..
manhood, or the turn of life, these Tronio
Bitters displayr so decided an influence that
improvement as soon perceptibtle.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood 'when.
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when you find It obstructedad
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep
the bleed pure, and the health of the systein
It. Hi. Mc~DONALD) & Co.,
Draggista andl Gon. A gte., aan F~ranoileoo, Californlg6
and cr. of WVashin toll ud Chiarlton St.. N. Y.
Hold by all Druggists and Dealera.
lNos.3 Bread Street and 109 East say Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
YNr, lSY USINo CnINAPER ORdADW$s F Weec,
WR CAN VUaHISU woUK A'T
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
FINE FASHIONABLE STATIOmEi,.
Piries Paper and Envelopes.
Wadding and @all Jinvltations
ON THEt 0557 SToon AND PRINTED IN THU
" English Breakfast Tiea,
ClUNPOWVDiR Ta. Young Hyson Teal
Ooleng Tea, gualran teed fine. Cal
and get a sample. For sale by
McMASTER & B3RICIE
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