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THEl NEWS AND hERALD.
WINNSUORO, S. C.
SATURDAY, MARCH1 8, : 1870.
It. 111A7ANS Dii IS, RtTot.
JNO. p. REYNOLI)S, AssOCIAT EDITOR.
PREPARAIONS are already making
for the net, fair, wilipi. is expected to
be a big thing.
WE ARkMAICH obliged to Senator
Butler and"Congressman Evins for
public dotinents and -Congressional
records, afd.for other -favors during
COLONEL EVINS made a very st rong
speech in the House, on the Richard
son-IRainey contest, and drew a vivid
picture of the election in 1876. The
contest was not decided by the House
before adjournment, so that Rainey
and Snalls were practically seated.
Ma. TILDEN having loomed up very
formidably as Democratic candidate
for the Presidency, his opponents arc
trying to kill him off physically as
they could not politically. Roports
are spread of a serious attack of
paralysis. This is denied. Ilis
friends say that it is the same old case
he had for years, but that as he is
getting old, physicians are attending
hit to prevent an increase in the
disease. Some newspap)ers made the
prediction that death would solve the
question of Mr. Tilden's candilacy
before 1880, and the prophecy' may be
Tim CATIOLICS of the United States
are much disturbed by the flmncial
embarrassments of Archbishop 'utr
cell, of Cilehmiati. For years mem
bers of the Catholic church have been
in the habit of lepositing their moneys
with Archbishop Purcell and his
brother, instead of platroni-/.ing the
bunks. The leposits, large at first,
have been swelled by interest to the
vast nm. ofilvo.or'six million dollars,
and there isinothing to pay them with.
No frand is charged agginst ,the, pre
late, but-he-was careless, itd iuish in
promising-interest on doposiis, which
were invested in non-interest-bearing
properly. Mluch symnpathty is ex.
presse.d,.tuid the propositioellao nted'
to pay oil' the debt by sub.eriptiouaill
over the United States.
An Extra Session.
As was expected the Senate and
House refused"to re on the politi
cal measures introcduced into the nli.
prIopriationi bills. The Senate deC
mlandeld the re-enactment of thec law
to use-troops at the p~olls. The Ilouse
demanded a repe'al of' the test oath
andl of the sup)ervisors' and deputy
mnarshEis' law.- As the -applrop)rlation
b)ills fell with these' Netures, P.esl
(lent Hayes has called an extra session
of Congress for the 18th of March.
This is but the seventh extra sessionu
since the foundation of the lepublic,
annd the p)recedifig, excep)t the sixth,
wer*e for graver reasons thani the mere
failure of an appropriatIon lill. The
first wias called by John -Adams, May
15th, 1797, to provide for the threat
ened French wvat; ,fhoeeonid b~y Vran
Blurenm, September -ith, 1837, to con
sider t.he sulspension of the banks ; the
third by Harrison, May 31st., 1841, to
consider a newv policy of revenue and
finance; the fourth by Pierce, Au
gust 2 1st, 185ti, (three (lays after ad-.
journ ment) to provide for pr-osecutingm
an Indian war; the fifth by Linicohh
cnlled on thme 15th .of Apr~il to mcet
July 4th, in consequence of the fall 'o'
Sumter; and th~e sixt.h by hayes, on
October 1.5, 1877, to make app~ropria,
tions for theo army, made necessary by
the failure of the bill with thme posu
comnitatus clause at the regular: ses
sion. .0' i, - . : e.,.
The only peculiar feature of the
coming session is that for the firsi
tIme sinebti thie Niar bo'th 'lisy
are Democratic,' and fhle Democrati
will therefore have an atirmativ(
v'oice in legislation, anid will be re
sponsible for the measures adopted.
They will be embarrassed by the op
position of a large and very closely
organized nmnor!ty, and much cir
emuspection wiflhl be e,uired to evohl
political pit-falls. Independently oj
other consIderations, it is needless to
say that two or three very implortant
State.elections arec puending this fall
and mistakes must not be made b~
thme Degjggg jg et
near the goal now to lose the pl)rze b'
imprudence. We have nto fears aboul
the Senate, the Democratic members
co e i gjm elto be
little rat tle-brained and feetious, anm
no Democratic leader is found t<
guide the course of action. This bod:
requires some watching. The onl:
businesd 4n I1ii d will be the~ appro
priatlod'b~it Mthe politicaI"amend
anetga 70 presume a Congresi
di no takelong to pasi
oh bW1eT. ananaM e4
or a 11t;it. th1rongliout the line all suil
mer'. The 1)ritocrats will har.dly cav,
at this late day.
SOU'A II ("A. ROLJ.? .v E 11't.
W1ithin the last few1% weeks alioll
400,000 pollt1(lR of bacoln have be1)'Ire
ceived1 at the Air Lhne depot. in~V Spar
R(v" I.neius Bellinger, of lie Sout1
Carolinn ('onferencee, died1 near" l(amn
berg, in Iearnwell counlty, on ThIus
(lay ol'last week.
Alr. S. S. Montgomuery, of King
stree, lust his little (auIiIifer Ias
Wedn1esday frtoml accidentit-;lnlrpinl
by a fire in the woods.
The .Adrer/iser says th(tt vgwry 1fill
gua;no is being sold int Edglce(d f count
so fiar, anid the inttientiolns aire that bui
. simall ttanity will be ised.
A trei1';ht crli on the (Xreeiville am
Collnbia railroa(d was broken into a
Greenwood last week and robbed o
a large amloniit of muerchandise.
The .News says that an ininens
quantity of guano is linlg received a1
he depos in (reenville, and the or.t
look is tlnt. a larger quaillntily will b
sold1 this year" th1an ever belore.
A negro girl ont Mr. Jlames llowen
place near -Willingtonl in A bheyill
uoultV was burned to (eath last' 'ri
(tv iournitig. She was cokinig lii-ea:
faist over an op en tire, when her cjotlI
ing calght; and, t erriied out o. Ie
sees, ie rall until her body wa
wralp(td in tiunies. She was so hadil
in.jtured Ihat, death eisued twelv
hotr- al'ler the bunaing .
About, nin0 o'clock last Momda,
evening, thIe barni'i (i Mr. Jesse I>ol
bills ill eierry county- wa" discV
ereyd to be onl tire, and, although; (th
nieighb1ors pfrotnptly rallied,hl linr
stalbles, ('ibi), wagoln, gears, - foilei
four mules, an(1 one imatre. were total
lV constllued. Not ia Ihinr; could b
sat "ed,:o well was the i?acrcaliarv 1!i
conceived, and so raId'(1the ;irc.
E'leven1 psons wVere hadly poisone(
at fthe house of Mrl. Al11en .llnn
in lOrV county, otn Stidar\" niguII
23dl ult., I''1)111 partak.in1g "of 'rie
Which ha:1d Ieen lef1. over t'roin .d.ipniei
atnd another pson-the next di-.- -'i-oll
test lig it. .It is .sUppiosed.. that somli
(11e enltere'IIh eicn. tilll mi.x\1'd Ih
lioi.:cm int the pot. while the :tflini
-were at churttch..
The Stlimter'.Demot'ral ie ('onvention
met on \l(liaday and,eleeted Col. .J .
Dar;gan to till the unexpired term o
:Judge l"aer, 'S cotulty clhairmtan
v fvi..e oi'. seveitv to--thirts
:ev eu th'iiipy sStdidl otr 11aliii
dmninations was re-adiloptetT. with ti
1am)e rulIe s s fo' tlie last electioti
Tlhe IIule fo)r ho)ding, 1he plrimlaries i
to he fixed I'y the - "ut' executiv
An old wile malt naied Jalne
McCarthy. dropped dead in C'harle.sto
on u'lles<hty. lie WI ('ngalttge( 1
worlk on the s,i't.evts, had i.ist kn)k1
tf for dinnier, niul waus sit i. g -h onth
cuirbstone wheni lie e'll iti thle groini
ml aL c~on)vul5ion. A pol icemanI I (I itn
to his assistanic(,.ai(d he Seemediabou
to recover, but .in1 a mlomlelit:Inv hu
anld breathled his~ last. Th'le Ibicense<
was about sevent.vy years of' age.
Thel Yor.kv ille. Euur/,/rcr is inf tormew
that oil (1ne liihit oft he14 past winteri
not duing thle ('oldest Wealther0 of' th
wViinltreithler--o i tied iii I he we
of' Mrt. Jolin Smuit h. w ho lives *o
r'equIired some14 iire to breaItk it bef'or,
waiter could( be0 dra'uwn frlomI the we!
lin NWeberry enity a color'ed we
dog w hich soon afl erwvards becait
ilad. Th'le woundI heledOc, a11ul thII
womanil su1t1ired noi ill Ileets fro 1 i11
tiltlrecent ly, whlen slhe was seize
with violent spaismii. A phlysicuin wi
called, who prionlounied it' a geinuin
case0 otf hyidrophlobial. She *was kie:
und(er'I i th iinhenice of' chlo'oVormI fc
the conlvuIsionIs ceased, and she begui
to get better'.
Gov'ernor-"SimplJson has offered a re
ward'( oft fifty' dollars foir thIe calptu
of Williami WoodIs, who14 murildere'
l[irvey Cowaniu. int Albbevi lle c'oni
last August. Th'is was one of' 1:
most5. brutaul anid I(h deierat mur1 dei
r'ible wvork the nmrderer''t4 led th
and1( hais uIt binIce beein seen, lie is
danugiir and skilled ini deeds of1 bloot
It is rumlore0d that he was oite of' tI
fihmous Lowery Ganig whIich held( sue
a't'igni., it ter'tor' ill Nor'thI Caruiolin
sever'a; yearis ago.
been conic~ltetd of lib131 in t he Court <
G~enieral SesiiAons at Kingst ree, an
IsenltecedC' by tJudge Nlackey to .twj
Syears' at har1l'( labor in t.he peintenitiar
or' to pay a1 flue of' llye hunidredl do
laris and the .costs of' suit. P'ende1
gr'asstI wrote32 acommit uet ion, whIit
was published ini thi Washiingt
.ina l 111 Riepu1bic%?u, inl INovem1be
last, chiarginig tlie'maziYt'gei's of elect1c
at Kinigst.r.eo wth. stuflling the1 bialle
box, anuV chni'g!ng hoverual citizeu
with voting two or threeo times at 1.1
ge a eletionhi 178.>The' jtivet
g at n~ of the chiai-ges shiowed thb
thidr' waspo1rth'lJ in themi. .
About eight o'clock 01n Tuesdr
morning. Ser'geant ..Moorpr', ..of' t
Charleston police, was lui'ormed I1
a citizen of' thie p.OsenceO of the botl
~.Io a male infant bit 't' VNant lot -i
8~ Sfopherd street, where it had bc
found.: -It Wvns enlvlo.ed> in~ :an &l
,quill and a crocus bag, and wvas eith<
white or' Very neQarly,for .'Ihle cgrowl
was notifiod anid impanelled a jui
SWho .vie wed a' thn . 4'mirmana- s , e
or been killed, however, within a few
moments of its birth. The inquest
)vus +<ljourtied over, pending further
He is a fool. Wo moan the m11an
who lots. his baly cry all night in
the arms of its mother, and does
not sleep a wink,. when Dr. Bull's
_ Baby Syrup will quiet the baby by
- relieving its pain ; i bottle cdptilng
only 25 cents. *
tA N D LIQ U O!RS.
I RESPEClI'ULLY inform my friends
and patrons-that I ha vo in stock a full
stock of Wines and Liquors, from which
t colections. may. bo malo to suit the taste
0 ofI aIIy.
.i" PURE CORN WHISKEY A SPE
- - --,LSO
r Tobacco an I Segars in great variety
Call at Our Ilouso,
mh 8 JOIN D. McCARLEY.
' SPIIIN( PRINTS!
SPRt IN(G PtINTS!
SPII IPINT TS!
j" 1 O PllNTS!
CALL AND S EE. !
CALL ANI) SIEI
e N. ].-All Winter Goods have
1 been redueed.iumpIice, to make.:room
.for our spring stock.
* J. F. :McIMASTER & CO.
New -Sum mer Cook
p-;e1 DOES NOTilIEATTH HO E
8 Peorfect for all kinds of uooking and Heat
e . .ing Irons.
t . Always ready and reliable,
IThe mnostI satisf oery Sto've' maIdo dbd the
II. Ci.capest. .'
.m. Rend for circulars.
WVHITfNEY & HA LL MF'G. Co.~
0*-Ily . .19I3Cliestnut St ~hl
$1,000 I~ T4REE PRE4;UThB.
h M/iJ.will pay the agent seniding -ts the
a largest lijt. of subscribers 'before
Mac 4, J..0 onerst-class. 7h puyo,
j ruxNo, $&50.00. This list to'be at least
F~or the scond l it not to be less
(1For the tird list, niot to be less than
100Ot names1, ;i50 I.n.gold.
V i $l3.i0 ,at on o- tIirie we 'sill send
-ten colpies one year.
r' For 4.00, ait oneo time, we will send Ave
hi coj>ies one year.
n i or three .namens and $6.00 weo will
r~ siendl the Companion Boroll Saw and
n Driji, valuio.$3.,50, as a special pgeognlum.
t. For live names a&n4$10.90 we will eond
athe Comnpsrion Scroll Sv, Uilh $
We will ien4 ..Tau. (IA11gstadQJAAN
Snd return $2., ifb1dksi bi\'wan
one examination, 1dk I'fs'tWMk~ poe%f d,
Sif t'eturned at.onco. Addtess .
S deo 5 Burlington, 'ioi.a.
:DR. C. H.LADD,.
r~ Ol.SVING r: d toWi e ,~ and
oferlhs professio . Us'vices,to the citIi
zone of the.o.n. a~ cunty. :..
HIIE Weekly News,orntains live edito
' rials, the latest tel- grams, carefully
soloected mail News, besides the following
-Pr+.e stories, a ohess column, an agri
cultural department. Record ofLmar-..
riages and deaths.
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Five subscriptions at $1 75 - - - 8 75
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story, written by a rtsieht of South
Carolina, illustrative of Southern life,
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lected by the proprietors of '[ho News
anu "arier, who will make their decision
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The story whiot sha'l be declared to
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dueted as a re the leading dailies of
the principal cities of the ec,untry. We
have an able and distingnished corps of
editors-gentlemen well known all over
the State for their learning, ability and
sound Democratic r.inciples;-men who
have served the State and the South on
every occasion when the demand arose
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dep'lended upon as reliablo leaders of the
Democracy in the line of jouroalismi.
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ee' on good paper and with large, clear
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le news, Ifall marktreport., editorial
matter on the leading eeourrenees of the
times, and rOlpletc wVithI interesting mfiNe,
clhaneous reading. The LOCAL NEWS
is fu111 and interesting, one editor devoi,
ing his.time exclusively to 'that depart
mnent Our correspondence from Wash
ington and Qther places of note gives an
entertaining r'esinne of all the important
events of tho day.
TilE TRI-WEEKLY REGISITER; \Mith
40mne nynor obanges, comprises the con
tents of the.Daily at $2.54 less p.er.year.
THE WEEKLY REGI8TERI 1* a large,
handsomieJy-gotteDetup.eigbt pagp paper,
29x42 inohtes, containsg forty-ciget.col
,u ny of reading niatter, embracing all
tl'etpews of the w-eek and,1 the nibs lin'.
'pertint editoria laind-local bows.
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9% the papers, frcy poptage preald, f4
os;A irso x ti n is ti tmoney for
-twenty edisoeit.or, 'to tho Tnilly iay r.
tamin *or.his soniYes;'twenty-dollars 6f iii
an.ount; * for tweulty~ subsoribers
to' the Tri-Weeka1ly, $,teen ,1llars of tagq
ne i6ht tlc r twep ty e'ser)e~ to
As an iAsY15TIlNd MUDIUM
tor affords'titlequalledi rhIties,: 7sua
a large~ O itotIAtio,n, and h'ni-g
among. .$s.dpa . 'OUs ..the'-.ceto-.do
people . of te tmiddle yd ~
a Pes4ieg 4esir$agne~p ,of.IIws
P d apid b h.
ar , * eg.1.ying4 14gitl.oo
aftd ugr( oog ao o eyeg gd
-? "LWNtk,PPICEd,M 'I
This impor tal aorgan Ighs but about litree
pounds, and oebod living person (about
three gallons) passes h t it at least once every
half hour, to have td b and other impurities
strained or iltered fror it. Bile is the natural
purgative of the bowels, and If the Liver becomes
torpid it is not separated from the blood, but car
tied roughthecln to I e ittt of-the:systcn,
SAsid i trying to tcsctiq t rottgh the pores of the
skin, causes it to turn yellow or a dirty brown
cotbr. The .Sbinah becoiiei diseased, and Dys
H4 pepsia, Indigcstkwi,,CosIipatipnt Headache 111h.
ousiess jaundice, Chills, Malarial Fevers i'ilee
Sick and Sour Stomach, and general debility fol
a low. NsRrL's HPAara, th great vegetable
discovery for torpidity, cause the Liver to throw
off from one to to ounedsbf bile each time the
W blood passes through it, as long as there is an cx
cess of bile; and the effect of even a few doses
upon yellow complexion or a brown dirty looking
irskin, will astonish all who try it-they belin the
afarst symtm o daper w ho 'e cure at all bili
Uotts diseases aid Liver complaint Is made certain
by taking HRI'ATiNtt in accordance with directions.
Headache Is generally cured in twenty minttes,
and no disease that arses from the Liver can exist
If a fair trial ia ,ivcn. opaT is PIn
SOLD AS ASUBTITUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price 25 Cents and $1.00
The fatality of Consumption or Throat and
Lung Diseases which sweep to the grave at least
one-third of all death's victims, arises from the
Opium or Morphine treatment, which simply stt
peges as the work of death goes on. $io,ooo will
be paid if Opium or Morphine, or any preparation
of Opium, Morphine or Prussic Acid, can be found
in the GLoas F.owa Couu YsuP, which has
cured people who are living to-day with but one
remaining lung. No greater wrong can be done
than to say that Consumption is incurable. The
GLona FLOWER Coucsu Stur will cure It when
all other means have failed. Also, Colds, Cough,
Asthma, Bropchitls, and all diseases of the throat
and Inngs. Read the testimonials of the lion.
Alexander H. Stephens Gov. Smith ar' Ex-Gov.
Brown of Ga., lion. deo. Peabody, as well as
those 6f other remarkable cures in our book-free
to all at the drug stores-and be convinced that if
you wish to be cured you can be by takiud the
L.one 1 LOwEt Covmn SYRUP.
Take no Troches or Lorenges for Sore Throat,
when you can get GLoBtE FLowER SYRUP at same
price. For sale by all Drauggists
I Price 25 Cents and $1.00
Grave mistakes are made in the treatment of all
4 diseases that arise from poison in the blood. Not
none case of Scrofula ,yphilis, White Swelling,
Ulcerous Sores and kin Disease, in a thousand,
is treated v tout the use of Mercury in some form.
Mercury rots te bones, and the diseases it pro.
duces are worse thin any other kind of blood or
M skin dis,-ee can b.. '6 Dt. Pt:atnnnTox's S-rn.t..rr
GrA or Yt'sn's l).LtO.(tr is the only medicine
upon wih a hope of recos cry front Src.'ula, Sy.
phtilis atI bercuri:al diseases in all stages, can be
t reasonabl y foun,lec. and that Will cure Cancer.
n uso,o,t .i he paid by the proprietors i. Mecrcury,
sor an i trcdii :ni t purely veget.ble and harra.
Price by all Drug'lsts $t.oo.
(,r.ntr FL.owt t st -;it SvuuP and Mtanri.i.'s
gists In as cent and $1.oo bottles.
I 111:r.srt:x rnu rtt I.tyr.'t for sale by all P.rug
A. F. MER1ELL d CO., Proprietora,
DRY GOODS RESORT.
RENEDiCT & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Offer theijr new Fasll Stook, Whlessle and
*AT LOWER PRICES
Than are panid by cuatotners for inferior
'old auction goods.
Worth of the finest atnd best selectod
* Lq,ce Curtains,
Shawls, 'alckts, Flannels, Alpacas,
Cashmeres, 0rat and second
M~ourning Goods, Kid Gloves,
Notions, Uosiet'y, ikibbons,
WAer iuinn, Table
and Paeno Covers,
n ." i'i D mestIo
*' 'thousands of
* -other goods too
al., re.now piabed before
Sotir old entsbrn of' the
.Stkeem.of- South Cafblina,
,, p%d,we guaira*tdelteythe pub
e anMbtle opjle' 6f this State
~spqeially thai thtot h bar irnmense
.in 9 with
OtholaM4hWvo b',e enohiaked througha
oqrthour4tht-we wi)l give 'bbttor siAtis
n a. ofNaqftrJy,dm
JlJs.A-dhages'propdid-toai a11 96ods
Qvp d$ bvq 810,' sent 0.0O. D. or- for
111 i~Rfl f~oo~ e as.q n t.rid