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THE NEWS AND HJLALD.
WINNSBOR, 8. 0.
LAT17RDAY, APRIL .19, t t 1870.
R. MEANS D1AVIS, EDIToR.
JNQ.0.. REYNOLDS, AUSOO1ATl EDITOR.
SENATOR HAMPTON has at last taken
his seat in Washington. We trust his
sagacity and statesmanship will be
felt on the floor of Congress as it has
been manifested in South Carolina.
By a singular coiucidence the oath of
office was admtinistered to him by
President pro ten. Thurman, who in
the absence of Wheeler has been
chosen the flrst Democratic presiding
officer of the Senate since 1860.
A Grave Crisis in Russia.
The attempted assassination of the
Czar of Russia on the 14th instant
cannot be taken as merely the freak of
an irresponsible-madm'an. It is rather
part of a long continued and ever
deepening conflict between "Old
Russia" or the government, and "New
Russia" or the Nihilists. During the
past year tidings have been constantly
received of the suppression of col
leges, the banishment or execution of
students, who seem to be the most
avowed enemies of despotism, and the
assassination by unknown parties of
policemen and emissaries of the gov
ernment.. To such a pass has the
irrepressible confliet come, that with
in a few weeks Prince Krapotkin,
governor of Kharkofl, has been assas
sinated, and attempts have been made
on General Von Dreutelin, and upon
the Czar himself, while a number of
Nihilists have been executed and over
a thousand more have been arrested in
the past fortnight. As Russia may be
on the verge of a fearful revolution it
is well to review the cause and pro
gress of this new movement called
"Nihilism," as explained in the New
The birth of free ideas in Russia
dates from a few years previous to the
accession of the Emperor Nicholas in
1825, at which time a secret society
was formed called "Decabristy,"
(Decemberists) from a terrible up
rising in St.. Petersburg in that
month. Dreadli 1 carnage ensued and
the streets ran blood. Thousands or
the rebels were killed or sent to
Siberia, but the work continued. The
object of this society was to dethrone
Nicholas and form a constitutional
monarchy ; under his older brother,
Constantine. A journal was estab
lished in -London called, "Kolokal"
(The Bell) with a red revolutionist,
Hertzen, as editor. This paper was
secretly disseminated in Russia and
read by thousands who regarded
Hlertzen as a demigod. T'he highest
circles of Russian society, even the
private chlambers of omecils, wvere
penetrated by ap)ostles of' the move
mnent. Jiertzen's writings, which ad
vocated representation of the people,
the sweepilug of the last vestige of the
Royal Family, the titled aristocracy
and tile priests, and an equal division
of all lands, were so spirited and
fascinating as to create the greatest
f'urore among certaini classes. Decspi te
thle great attendant danger, the
"Young Russia" society was organliz
ed to carry out his ideas. Compara
tive freedom of the press existed for
seone time; but several journals be
camne so outspoken as to call down
royal venigen'nce on their heads, "and
to give their editors fifteen yealrs'
exile in Siberia. .Since 1872 there h'as
been nothinig but persecution of the
press. A bout 1864 the neme Nihilism
was applied to tile movemuent to show
that its followers believed in nothing
of tile old order of things.
While many zealots and bigots were
found, none were so crazed as the
women,- especially tIhe young ones.
They cut off' their leng hair, entered
the professions, affected supreme con
tempt for the'2eeremnony of tuarrfagN,
ridiculed tihe notionis of their parents
andc demanlded all'th'e t'Ights that men
enjoy, thlus inaugurating A bitter and
unrelenting rebellion In the very home
circle. The young tInen, and especially
tile students, folk()ved them, 1and( in
1870 Nih ilsm began t'o 'spread like
wildfflre. Men wvent secretly through
the provinces, distributing pampllets
among the peasantry. Young..ladies
of the highest r'ank disguised them
selves as servants, anid sought menial
emtploymenltin order to ha#e an op.
portunityv-of propagating their peedliar
tenets. The Piticess T1omb,ovskvie,
among others, w'as die'cover-ed'.mnong
peasant wahiwre naing in their
labors. liedrly all, tihe gehegl girla
became coniert4; anId no0 perseen
tionls, even thoug~h dnvisid by the
uhost de'potlo anid sant in.ry govee'l
mont In dhriten n n, werq able to
stem the '%pidly #4vapping tide of
The society is now strong enough
to defy the Czar, and darca to. publi
counter ytxclamations threateuunn
death to all ggti m 4 . stes. ,Yet,
so well guai'ded il b hliSb
pQilee hin 40tyEd 'dIdb4 e It.
headquarters gr Its ;ing leaders.. It is
preparing for a grand struggle, of
whih the result cannot be foreseen.
The "Young Russia" society binds
its members by the most solemi
oaths not to divulge any of its secrets,
to be ready to light when the signal is
given, always to resist to the death the
arrest fo one's self or any other inem
ber of the society, to regard one's self a
sworn and deadly enemy of the gov
ernment and to resist it in every man
Whenever a circle reaohea . a. men
bership of sixty, it is subdivided into
ten circles of six each, and thus the
society is augmented day by day.
Money is subscribed for arms and
painplhlets, and for the maintenance
of the missionaries of the order.
tvery city and village swarnis with
lihilists. Their true number is - not
known, but it is immense. Besides
the Nihilists are fourteen million
Starovier, or old faith mllen, who
teach that the Czar and his family are
agents of the devil. Though distinct
fiom the Nihilists, they would aid
them in any uprising. Besides these
are Poles, ever ready to rebel, and
the Cossacks, Tartars and other sav
age tribes that chafe under the iron
hand of Russia. Altogether, Alexan
der has a crown full of thorns, with
out being compelled for a third time
to face the assassin's bullet.
The Royal party still has the upper
hand, and the Czar has announced that
he will now inaugurate most deter
minied measures against the Revolu.
tionists. - Whether they will retaliate
with success, or whether they will be
utterly crushed for a time, is a
problem likely to be solved at no dis
tant day. The crisis in Russia well
deserves the attention of Christendom.
Success by the Nihilists may be much
worse for civilization than even the
debasing rule of the autocrat of all the
A TiRntim.E TOInNAUo.-A telegram
from Walterboro, dated April 17, says:
"Between three and four o'clock yes
terday aftermoon a terrific tornado
pa-sed over our villafo, levelling more
than one hundred buhldii'gs and killing
sixteen persons. Not a church is left
standing. The storm blew from south
to north until within one mile of' Wa!
terboro, when it went up the swamp
on the west 'side of the court-house
square, striking the earth about one
hundb-ed yards east of the court-house.
No damage was done on the square,
but the upper portion of the town is a
total wreck, not more than three or
four houses being left standing." It is
estimated that not less than three
fourths of the town was swept away;
and the former inhabitants of the de
stroyed portions are left. homeless.
- - . . --
DWELLING HoUSE BURNED.--We
regret to learn that the ie old hman
sion at Cherokee Ford Iron Works,
occupied by Capt. F. G. Latham,
-Agent, was accidentlal:y destroyed by
flre at 2, a. ml., Friday, the I11th inst.
The flames spread so irap)idly that Capt.
Latham only succeeded inl sav'ing somle
of his clothing and a few articles of
iurnliture. T1hie tire is sul)pposed to
have originated fronm a coal dIrop~i ig
froml the cook.stove. Loss of bnilding
an(d fulrihture, &c., eish iite~d at abou"t
$2,000, but thle loss of' the books anid
papers of' Captain Latham and of the
company, which were all destroyed,
were a still greater loss.-Spartanbu,-g
NOr QUITE A iIOMICIDE.-A report
calme to townl On Sunldaty mnorning that
Matt. Woods, a colored man, had hbeeni
killed by one Uniley Clal k, also color'
ed. Coaistable Joe Carter proceeded
at once to time scenie with author'ity to
arrest Clark, and having effected his
purpose, returned anld lodged himi in
jail. In the meanitime, however', the
de'ad mnan revived and to-day will
stanid as a livinig witness agatinst Clark
wvho st4nds charged with assault and
battery, instead of nmurider'. Up to
the hour of'goinmg to press no disposi
tioni had been miade of' the case.
ThtV. J. A. WHIT.-We failed to
ubtice in our last issue the call of R1ev.
James A. White to the pastorate of
Hopewell Chnire'h. Tile omission was
dite-tp the simple fact..that we did not
hear ~fit in time. Mr. White has ac
cepte ~he qall, and entered . upon the
dischay'ge of his pastoral dudes. He
has been highl favored, for Hlopewell
is the oldest dlukch in tile county, and
has been blessed with pastors of great
ability and pnrity.- Chester Bulletin.
. ROnnEnY--On Sunday, the 6th inst.,
while Robert J. Hsarper' and Is famni
13', who r'esidIe niear W'r_g-htsvillo, six
toenl miles nlorth-east of Yor'kvlleI, were
absent from their home, attenlding
chlurch at Beihel, thech' house was
broken open mand robbed of elity-flye
dollars In gold and betwveen ive and
ten dollars in silver. James Ilutchi
.so, 'olored, hss been arrested 'and
fo(ldc ii 'jail, charged with tihe crime.
TIlE GVANO .WI-The'"Phosphate
ring" ha '. nmah to ' fea' from thle
iresoeasterni Chester and iwest
0e11 L4anciter. These: god men are
using the commodiy felyethiis year.
More0 than.six.hlundre'tqua of gAlano
have booni shipped fomi this place
Vet' the~ Chester & Cheraw Railroad
eino the first of Januar'y.--Bepcfrier.
KnLLED aY A TREE.--- Wile Ephraim
Scolorqde l o.fotrms on lanids of
~O~ n JL. Au', near Mr.v Alex
an lcer W.a'e wf los hlnK last
Mondy th t ~h,,us~lwas
. Y virtue of an exeoution to me di
rected, I will oifcr for sale before
the court-house door in Winnsboro, on
the first : onday in may next, within the
legal hours sale, at public ont-cry, to the
highest bidder, the fI Low ing-described
real and per.onal property. to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, being and situate in the Cornty of
airtield, State of South Carolina, con
taining FOUII UUNDI1ED AcnULS, more or
less, and bounded by lands of George W.
Coleman. Frances MIobley, Mrs. Emily
Meador, Dr. Win. Meador and others.
Three hundred bushels of corn, three
thousand lpounds of fodder and three
hundred bushels of cotton seed, all more
Levied on as the property of D. R,
Coleman, at the snit of F. l,.er.
Terms of sa c-CASH.
Sherif "s Otlico, S. W. BUFF,
Winnsboro, S. C., S. F. C.
April 12, 1879.
NO HUMBUG !
TH E DAY STATE SHOE.
J. M. DEATY & CO.
E are now located in the brick
building formerly occupied by
Messrs. J. F. MoNMaster & Co., where we
will be glad to welcome our customers
and friends. Will continue to deal in
general merchandise. and will endeavor
to please by sticking to our motto
(OD QUALITY, HONEST QUANTITY!
1'lease call. J. M. BEATY & CO.
O for the Bay State Shoe.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
B Y virtte of an execution to me di
.. re-cted, I will offer for sale before
the court-house door in Winnsboro, on
the first Monday in i:ay next, within the
legal hours of sale, at publhc out-cry, to
the highest bidder, the following-de
soribot property, to wit:
All that. piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, beingi and situate in the Co.enty of
-'airtield, Slate of South Carolina, con.
taining Two HrNDnEI) AND FIFTY-FOUlt
ACitiS, 1note or less, and bounded by
lands of John naley, '% illiam 1-innant,
Lavinia Smart, Washington Rubinson and
Levied on as the property of D. A.
Coleman, at the suit of R. G. McCorkle.
Terms of sale-CASH.
S. W. RUFr,
Sheriff's Ofice, S. F. (.
Winnsbora, S. C.,
April 12, i879.
STATE 01" SOUTH CAtIOLINA,
COUNTY OF FAInFIELD.
W. R. Kentiedy, Plaintiff, against Jeff. J.
I N pursuance of an order of the Court of
. Common Pleas, nado in the above
stated ease, I will offer for sale, before the
court-house door in Winnsboro, on:. the
first Monday in May tioxt, within the
legal hours ofsale, at public outcry, to
the highest bidder,. the, .fullowing do
scribcd property, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, being and situate in the county
and State aforesaid, containing FIFTY-FIvE
AcaES, moore or less, being Lot Numnber
Six of the "Harrison River Tract," and
having such form andl shape as arc rep
resented by a plat thereof non on file in
the oillece of the Secretary of State, at Co
lumbia, in the State aforesaid.
i:1M3 OF SALE --Cash on the clay of sale:
p)urchaser to pay for all necessary
C. C. C. P. F. C.
WVinnsboro, 8. C.,
April 11, 1879.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAI RFIE LD,
COUltT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Frederick Copes as Trustee of Mrs. Sarah
R. Cop's, P'lain tiff, against Samuel B.
Ulowncey, B. S. Desportes & Co., The
National Bank of iChester, South Caro
lina, Hopkins, Dwight & Co., H1. W.
Friodenwald, The WVinnsborn National
Bank of Winnsboro, South Carolina,
George HI. Me Master andl Francls Gerig,
as A seIgneesof the. Wnnsbo,ro National
.Banik of Winnsboro, Mouth Carolina,
HI. C. Howard as Secretary of the Mary
land Fertilizing and Manufaeturing
I omnpany, andi John A. Fraser, Defend
ants,.-Copy Summons for Relief. Com
plaint not Served.
To the Defendantst
YTOU ARE hereby summoned andl
.L rejquired to answer the complaint
in this action, which is filed in the of3ice
of the Ulerk of Common Pleas, for the
said coun ty, and to serve a copy of your.
answer to the said complaint on the sub
scriber at his office, Winnsboro, South
Carolina, within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the dlay of
st:6hi service; and If you fail to answer
thme complaint within the timeo aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded inathe
Dated 20th March, 1879.
JNO. J. NEIL,
To. the Defenidant, Samuel B. Clowney:
TAKE~ not'ice that the summons in this
action of which the foregoiung is a copy,
was tiled In the office of the Clerk of
the Gourt of Com)mon Pleas for the
County of Fairfiol ci In the State of South
Carolina, on the 2d clay of April, 1879
2nd AprIl, 1870. JNO0. 3. NE IL,
.api-il 3-taw6lw Plaintiff's Attorney.
.2DR. C. H. LA.DD,
.TAVING returned to Winnaboro, and
J...resumed the practice of meidicine,
offers his professional soe:vl ces to tL e citi..
zons of the town and o munty.
p.0 Oflhoe In Bank itage, up stairs,
next to New,s and Hlerald office. Entrance
o oges tt. mar I--xt8m
TO MAKE MONEY
Plasantly and fast, ag nte should ad
4ress FINLEYi EARVEY & C.., A tlanta,
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".\Iy nausea of a morning is now!
''Your box of Holloway's Ointment
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rubbed some of your Ointtmtnt behind
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cents, but the :nedicine to me is worth a
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I have over 200 such testimonials as
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heal externally alone, but penetrates
with the must searching effects to the
very rcot of evil.
Possessed of this remedy, every man
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these means, cures
sores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver, spine or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff joints, gout, rhouma
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IPOr4rNT CAUTIO,.--None are genuine un
less the signature of J. liAvYocc. as agent for
the.United States surrounds each box of iills
and Clutnent. Boxes at i2 eentf, 62 cents, and
?W- There is considerable saving by taking
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ASTONISH YOU ! LOOK :
Sugar-Cured Uncauvassed Hams at 10
cents per lb.
Good Coffee Sugar at 8 cents per lb.
Best Rio Coffee at 17 cents per lb.
Pure Leaf Lard at ll cents per lb.
Fresh Soda Crackars at 10 cents per lb.
All sorts of Sweet Cakes at correspond
ingly low low prices
Also. 15 or 2u 11bA. Now Mackerel Fish
in different sized packages suitable for
farm use, Give me a cnli. I will riot be
undersold, W. H. DONLY.
THE TWISBORO I1OTEL.
MRS. M. W. BROWN.
"HIS Hotel, situated in the centre o
. the town, offers and guarantees to the
public inducements unsurpassed by any
other house in the place ''able sup.
plied withr the best in the market. Com-.
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Terms- 2.00 per day. aug 9-tf
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague Inter.mittent Fever,
Chill Fever, RemnittenL Fever, Dumb Ague
Periodical orfBilious Fever &o. and indeed
all the affections which arise from malari
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Tis Is a compound remedy, prepared with
scientillc skill from vegetable ingredIents, which
rarely falls to cure the severest cases of Chill.
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a remedy the necessitles of tha people in nhala
rious districts demand. its great superlority
over any other medicine yet dliseoveredI for thme
cure of Intermittenrts Is, that it contaius no qui
nine or mineral, and those who take It are frce
from dainger of quinism or any injuriotts effect.,
and arc as healthy after using It as before. It
has been extensively employed durIng the last
thirty years in thie treatment of these distressing
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that it lhas gaiued the reputation of beIng inihd
lie. 3i can, therefore, be safely recommended
assa sure remedy and specOilo for the Never and
Ague of the Weost, and the Ohmilis and Fever of
the South. It counteracts the nilamatie poison
in the blood, and frees the system from its influ
ence, so that fever and ague, shakes or chIlls,
once broken up by It, do not return untIl the
disease is again contracted.
The great variety of disorders which arise from
the irritation of this poison, such as Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Gout, Rleadashe, Eilindness,
Toothache, Earache, Oatarrh, Asthma, Pal.
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In the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis, and derange.
of the stomach, an* of which become Intermit
teat or periodical, have no speedier remedy than
Ama's Aoun Cuss, which cures them all alike,
and protects the system from future attacks. As
a preventive, it Is of immense service in those
communities where Fever and A gume prevails, as
it stays the development of the disease if taken
on the Brst approach of the premonitory symp
tems. Travellers an,i teamporary residents are
thus enabled to defy these disorders, and few
will ever tufoer If they avail themselves of the
protection this remedy affords.
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpidity,
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into healthy activity, and produces many remark
able cures wh'ore other medicines fall.
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Praetleal and Analytieal Chemuists,
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Teas--Gunpowder and Young
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This Important organ weighs ulit about thrco
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half hour, to have the bite and other nipurities
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purgative of the bowels, and if the L,iver becoies
1ori id it is not scsarated front the blood, but car
ried throulh the veins to all parts of the systenm,
and in trying to cscape through the pores of the
skin, causes it to turn yellow or a dirty brown
color. The stomach becomes diseased, and Dys
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ousness, Jaundice, Chills, Mlalarial Fevers. P'iles,
4 Sick and Sour Stomach, iad general debility fol
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leadache Is generally cured in twenty minutes,.
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BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price 25 Cents and $1.00
The fatality of Consumption or Throat and
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Opium or Miorphine treatment, which simply stit
pefies as the work of death goes on. $io,ooo will
bepaid if Opiun or Iorphine, or any preparation
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Grave mistakes are made in the treatment of all
diseases that arise front poison in tihe blood. Not
one case of .crofula, Syphilis, White Swelling,
Ulcerous Sores and Skin Disease, in a thousand,
is treated without the use of Mercury in some form.
Mercury rots the bones, and the diseases it pro
. duces are worse than any other kind of blood or
skin disease can b:.o )is. 'hanriuroN'sSTiri.rN
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philis anu Mercurl diseases anl all stages, can bo
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or any hnredicnt not purely vegetable and haru;
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Price by all Dri:ggistb a .oo.
GLOnu Ftow :u CouGtt SYxrif an(d Mlnior..L's
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to $10, or will bo rented until the ren6
pays for thoem. From one to three years
time giveni for payment.
Special reduction given to Churches,
Sohools and Pastors, Agents wanted
everywhere. Orgains sent on trial to any
part'of the South, WVo paly freight both
ways If not satisfactory.
SOUTHERN WHOLESALE DEPOT.
For the more convenient supply of
outhern trade a Southern WVholusalo
Depot has been established at Savannah,
G a., from whioh Dealers, Churehes,
Tfeachers, and the retail trade can be
'uppliod at N. Y, and Boston factory
intos. For Illustrated Catalogues, prioo
lists and full Information, add ress,
LUDDEN & BATES,
Manufaoturcrs' Wholesale Agents.
mclh 25- 3m
AT THlE MvORlRIS HOUSE you can
get transient or regular board at prices to
suit the time:i, *ith acoommodations no6
surpassed in Winnsboro.
A. A. MORRlIS,
moch 26 P'roprietor,
e fa our stubsoription. -.