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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSBOlRO, S. 0.
TUESDAY MIORNINO, %pril 29, 1870.
R. AMANS DAVI., EDIToR.
JAYQ. S. R EYNOLDS, AssocIATH EDITOR.
THM ILINOIs Legislature has re
solved unanimously that it is not a
corrupt body. That settles the ques
Amxp PAsuA, a Turk, has been
thosen governor of Eastern Roumella.
le says he is also willing to become
King of Bulgaria if they elect hin.
Ti BnITIsHT were successfil in the
last fight In Zululand. Colonel Pear
son, who had been shut up for some
thne at'a place called Ekowe, was
relieved by Lord Chclmsford after a
brilliant fight, in which the Zulis were
worsted. The British were wide
awake this time, and Pearson was
behind entrenchments, a perfect bar
rier against Zulu attacks. One of the
features of this occasion was the iys
tem of signalling by the heliograph,
or hand mirror, by which flashes of
light are made to telegraph messages
at it distance of sixty or seventy miles.
Thus perfect communieation was kept
up between the besieged and the
relieving column. The heliograph
Is being generally adopted In the
Who Shall be Next President I
Already the political prophets are
forecasting the campaign of 1880.
Leading papers arc gathering the
sentiment of all the States. The re
sult announced. by the New York
Times, some time since, that Grant
and Tilden are the fivorites now, has
not been successfully deinied. Grant
Is way ahead, with John Sherna a
bad second, and Blaine acquiescent, in
the Radical ranks. In the Democratic
ranks much diversity prevails, but the
old man of Gramercy Park is ah'ead
-with Thurman second. New names
are brought in. Speaker Randall is
mentioned as a dark horse, and one
who, by his record for the Union and
retrenchment and agninst subsidies,
would make a strong fight. Still
another is Associate Justice Field, of
Calif'ornia, a man of great ability,
strong devotion to the constitution
and without a damaging political
record. Ills friends claim that lie can
carry the East by his hard money
proclivities, the Pacifle Slope by his
personal strength and the South by
his Democracy and his opposition to
bayoniet bilUs and such iniventions of
t to evil one. New York, the Pacific
Slope and the South can elect a Presi
dent. It is too early yet for any
.prognostications, but we can safely
assume that the next Democratic
canididate will be chosen for his
strength in the North. The South is
bound to vote the D)emocratic ticket
any way, and will go for any one wiho
can lead the hosts to victory, whet her
Tilde)), Thurman, Bayard, IHendricks,
Ihlndulm I, Flk or any body else.
The Week in Washington,
Still thme debate in Congress drags
Its weary length along, and1( charges
and icouunter-chiarges are rep~eated ad
9tauscam. The country has ubout
come to the conclusion that the revo
lution is unot going to come riht oir
at any rate, anid is quietly seilliung
down to ordinary work. As to the
progress of' the work in Congress, the
Seummte has passed( the army bill wit h
out amendment, and President liaves
has an op~portmuhit~y to answer the "oft
repeated question, What Is he going to
do about it? lHe may have already
approved or vetoed the measure; but
assuming that he has not we give the
predictions that have been made as to
huis course: The belief of the great
mngjorlty of people is that lhe will sidec
with his party in all things, and that
the army bill will suiffer with the
other two measures. Thoughtfuml ob
servers make the point, however, that
the army bill will be approved, and~
the thunders of a veto will be re
served for the duputy marshials act.
Among those who augur favorably
for thme army bill is Colonel Evins of'
this State. Senator Vest, of Missouri,
holds the same viewv. Colonel Mc
Clure, the astuto cilitor of the Phila
dlelphia 2Ymes, hiolds that an approval
of the army bill will umake a veto of' the
other mueaswres much more ent itled to
respect, as romov'ing the suspicionm
that Hayes Is a mere puplpet of his
party. The New York herald, inde
pendent, and Harper's Wekly, ad
miistration Republican, hold that
Hayes must give good reasons if lhe
vetoes thme bill, as the mere plea that
a rider to an appropriatIon. bill is
revolationary, is absurd.. These views
are very pl'airsiim1 and' may have force
with Hayes.. We shlul see.
The greatest efl'orts of the week
wore the -speeches *of Bayard and
Conkling. An extract fromi the
former is given elsewhere. The
latter spoke for three hours and,
dodging the main Issue whether troops
should guard the polls5, dlevoted his
attention to the Democratic frauds of
1868 in New York, and ini 1878 inm the
South, and tothe Sold South gener
wa.s deovoted to half' hidden bulldozing
of llayres, to make him stik to tlhe
party programme. Ini tie House, on
the Legislative bill, a number of'
speohes were made, among thorn one
~y dongr'esmlan Elchardson. The
stIeative bill goes to the Senate,
ltdtere still further time will be
enoheurned in debate. In the niean
t1pe, everything is progressing peace
yz~v and Seoretary Sherman, while
declaring that, the Democrats are
forcing a revolution, has succeeded in
returtiing five hundred and ' fiftly
millions in six per cent. bonds for an
equal number of four per cents., thus
conclusively proving that his revolu
tionary Prophecy is all gammon.
THI1 E1PALMETTO2 REGAMI JENT.
List of the Fied and stafr Ofneers, nud
]WIN of the Chester and Falrfeld Com
The Edgefield Advertiser publishes
a complete roil of the Palmetto Regi
ment at the siege of Vera Cruz in 1847.
We extract the Following list of field
and staff officers and the full company
rolls ofthe Fairfield and Chester coin
F...--Colonel, P. M. Butler; Lt.
Colonel, T. P. Dickinson ; Major, A.
SrAFP.-Adutait, James Canter;
Qt.--luster, V. B. Staniley; Surgeon,
James Davis.; Asst. Siturgeoni, E. Uland;
Asst. Qt.-Nlaster, 'IV. C. Moragne
Sergeant Major, Orisby Blanding;
Asst. CoiItnlissary Sergeait, J. D.
Blanding ; Qt.-Master Sergeant, A. M.
Montgomry, died In Peibla; Color
Bearer, Z. Canltey.
CArT.uNs.-Company A, Francis
Sumter; Coipany 13, i . A M. Duno
nant ; Companty C, Keith S. Motl'ett;
Comipany D, Prestoni S. Brooks;
Company E, J. Fostert Marshall; Coin
panv F, Willimi Bilandling ; Company
G, Joseph eiimedy; Company .1,
Wm. D. DeSutitssuro; Company 1,
Leloy Secrest; Company K, N. T.
Walker; Company L, Jaines 11. Wil
CoMrANY B-0Caiptain, R. G. M.
Dunovant; Ist. Lieutenant, J. T.
Walker; 2d Lieitmait, B1eij. D.
Clpi; 1st Sergeant, George W. Curtis;
2d Sergeant, I. A. Pagan ; 3d Sergeant,
John iunovant; 4th Sergeant, Wmu.
B. 'Iriplett; 1st Corporal, Jackson
Hood; 2d Corporal, E. C. Postell; 3d
Corporal, 0. J. Gibbs; 4th Corporal,
Privales.-C. K. Alexander, Art.
Alexaidee; Reuben Allen, Jas. Break
field, T. N. Urovi, James Conner,
Tim Cahill, G. V. Culp, Y vis Corn
wvell, J. F. Carson WV. R. Coleman,
Johnl Conner, ira Carter, Thonas
Charles, 1larzel Colvin, J. S. Dallas,
T. 8. Dallas, T. E. Dallas, W. R1.
Davis, T. 0. Estes, N. It. Eaves, Pay
master,T. K. Evans, J. 'M. Fauceett,
Jet'. Ferguso, W. It. Ferg'uson, Jos.
Fergusoni, Jos. Gill, John Gill, Jack
son Gill, C. E. Gallagher, John Guth
rie, 1. McID. lood, Aid'w. llenidersonl,
Mioses Hendlerson, ilarzel Ilardick,
Jamacs lHardick, Wim. Hollis, Iugh
I [ollis, Noah Isenhani, G.. S. Johnson,
Carter Kinight, Il[ugh Lafferty, Isaiah
Lewis, Thos. Mcelv try, David Me
Henry Miles MeAdams, Jas. Mayfield,
David MCrt ight, John McClure,
Jaies M1artin, A. P. Minter T. E.
Moore, Theo. AMuller, i .n. Nichlolison,
John Oliey, J. P. Price, J.1. I. Perrv,
John Pall ise ly, Jos. Pongr W m. ltobins,
Thos. Robins, Jas. Robins, Win. E.
Rlowell, Galflard Snith, A. G. Steil
mai, Levy Steadman, Sam. Terrl'ell,
J.W. Trileitt, J. A. Thomas, 1. Vn
landinIghlam E. Whitehead, Ezekiel
Whitehead, J. WV. Wrig-ht,1 E. D.
'Walker, Wash. Wylie, "Mich. Ward,
Wm)I. WalkerJ. S. Yonguew.
1st LiueatW. It. Lilly promoted
Captaiti 31st September, 1847.
G. WI. Cutrtis, promoted Pd Lieuiten
ant inl 1848.
Co~irANY G .--Cmpt ain, .Josephi Keln
nedy~ ; 1st Lieutenatnt, Jas. it. Clark;
2d Lieuitenanit, A braim Crusslanud; 3d
l~eutemn'nt, .AI iner RI. Duhrhaim; 1st
Sergeanit, 11. WN. Durhamn; 2d Scr
geant, J. \V'. Seigler; 3d Sergeant, B.
W ilsont ; 1st Corporal, 1E. A. Ratbt
2d Corporal, J. WN. Cooke ; 8d Cor
par'al, J. M. Shedd ; 4th Cor'poratl, 5.
Prtivaites.-S. A. Alexander, Auist in
Adiati, H. TI. Unr'ber, G. F. Barber,
(A. F. Ucard, llenry lionie, T1. W.
Birittiighiam, Jacksoni Boyd, Charles
liradflor'd, Salmiel Canick, Wmt.
r'v Cooke, J1. ii. D.ue, J. it. Datvis,
l.aisley' Duke. C. T.1. D.arby, Elias
Earle, .J. E. Fishier, TP. L. Friazier, Rt.
T. GAidbicy, NI. P. . [ar'per, J. P.
I lardy', John1 llairrisonm, 1B. W. Jenks,
Jos. Liander, WA. B. NeCreighit, J. A.
McCireighit, lleuriy McG raw, Aaroui
McGra'tw, Andrewi''I McGratiw, J. S.
McNeil, Johin Mc'Gowanu, TI. J. Mrercis,
1I. T.1. Moor'e, John Neely, S. P. Now
tian, W. 1B. Nelsont, .David Noland,
Jlohn Odomn, A. E. Moor'e, J. W(.
Poyne, J. E. P'hilips, W.~ WN. Robert
son, 11. T. Reynolds, A. S. Reynolds,
'T. S. IReyn old's, Jason [aines, James
Romtedy, Abtami Richtardsoni, ('. W.
Sanders, Alex Stewart, Madlison
Stutber, Wini. Sithl, Se'ldent Smart,
ll[emry Scott., M. V. Stanley, M. Bi.
Travis, A. D). Sparks, 11. 1. True, W.
L. Tidwell, S. M. Wy'lie, .J. A. Wylie,
Johni W~todward(, Silas Wilson,' Jos.
.Ser'genut-Samuiel F. Rlowe, 2d
L'iuteniat A ugust 20th, 1817.
Sergeant Jamuies N. Shiedd, priomo'.ed1
1st Lieutenantit. iNovemuber' 13, 1847.
.Jointhtan R. D~avis, pr'omotcd 2(d
Lieutentant July 8th, 1847,
aux.A'R nA AYA RDS SP'EE EcI.
Hie Deonnihos line's Arguments andi
~'indiicates the South.
[Corresponderm.ce of lihe News andi Coumrier.}
Wtsu ilxwo'ix,. AI)pril 22.- Your cor'
I espondtt is prouid to saty (liat Mr'.
Bayard hats ftrequetly disapp)Ioited
hiu, lot' Ihe has oftent f'elt that when
r'elying to Blaine the D~elawaire Sena
tot' would shoot over his bectd or deal
too gently with him, and while debat
lng wilth'Conkling tand Edimunds that
lie failed sometimes to come uip to outr
Southern estimate ot' hinm. As a free
liver once said of' him whten he ought
to give Frenchi brandy lhe only ad
inuisters claret punchl. Yestei'day,
however, he had ai greait opportuitity,
antd hie was fulily eqlual to. it, anmd youi'
corre'spond~ent was ats mu ich grati 1led
as if' Governor Ilamptomn had won a
greait tr'iummph. Whenci Bilainte spoke
the other' day ho with consttummate
a.suranice deec'arted that into Senatot' on
the D~emocratic side over smaw any
troops'8at the po0lls, anid yesterday Mr.
Blayard not only' answerecd hinm ott this
point, but demolished htimi, for he read
f1 em the New York Tr'unane, (Btaiie
mtrtLopolitani organ,) a full accounit of
the' oper'ations of United States
troops at the polls ini New Yor'k
City- in 1870. Nothing dauttd
by ti, the Maine Seniator flippantly
called Mr Btaard's atteutin to what
occurrtedl at .a munticipal electioun in
Wiashingtont City ini 1857, dur'Ing
Butebanan's Admitstr'aton, wvhen, he
asser'ted, seven menu were' shiot (down
by Unlited States minies. 'The Dolt',.
Ware statSmenm smiled blandly at title
dodge, and bteformed him thtat lie had
no Idea ntow of discussing what oe
cured over twenty years ago, as he
wias interested In more recent oventq,
bitt ho wotild say that no ont rage has
ever been1 perIpetrated lipol (he rihts
of Ainerilcan citizens, at. any periotc of
our couitry's history, thitt did not
receive his unqualifed condemnation.
The galleries applatided anI Blaine
looked as sour1 am i griecen crab apple.
The Delaware Senator Went farlier,
and Withl crushing effbet told him that
he hlad not only% seet United States
troops it the )ols In his State, but
that he had deposited his-ballot ill the
presence of armed sentiniels. 11ere
even the Radicals had to admit that
there was Io loophole for Blaine to
creep through ; but Conkling did not
look at all sorry, but. only looked
sniling and handsome as Appollo did
when thinking of On1e of his Celestial
sweethearts. Edinunds was not
present, and rarely is, now that the
sceptre has depar-ted from the Green
MountaiI s. In speaking of Logan's
bloody-shirt harangue, Mr. Bayard
said. onle of his figures savored of
but chery ; mnd of (treaty )Dawes, he
sanid, tlt if lie believed lie spoke the
seitiments of (he old CDotnouomvealth
ol'Alassachusetts, he would fear' for
tile peace of tle country. ie paid a
splenlid tribute to the late brave
Federal General Bartlett, and quoted
froimi his speech made at the Centennial
celebration of the battle of Lexington,
i which lie pleaded so nobly for
peace and good-will between the
North and South, and declared that
Iansom, Gordon, Lamar, the Lees,
and other brave Southerners, were as
true to a restored Lfnion as they had
been gallant in behalf of the South
durimy the war. Here ai-ain the
galleries apl)lauded loudly. 31r. Bay
ard's entire speech was a vindication
of the South and of Southern Senators
against the attacks of Logan, Blaine,
Dawes & Co., and it richly. deserves
the highl compliienLs paid *it to-day in
and out of Congress. Zach Chandller
is to speak, and then a vermillion gar
ment dripq)ping with blood will be
waved aut people will Wonder why
lie was not blood-thirsty when the war
wias going on. It is just like them,
for it you did not know any bettor
you would think that Conger of the
othber Hllouse had his wigwam filled
with the scalps of Rebels slain by him
in battle, When lie only made liit of
old undergarments while Democratic
rebellious Geieral Bragg was facing
Confederate bullets and bombs ii
8NU1BlING S BNATORS.
The Scerotary of the Senate Making War
on Georgia anl south Carolina.
A Wastington letter savs: New
officers in both the Iouse aid Senate
generally have more or less trouble at
the out sti rt,. Mr. Burch, the newly
elected Secretary of the Senate, is no
exception. He is getting into hot
water, and the hot water is thrown by
the Southcrn Senators. Mr. Burch
has beei too arbitrary, much too
arbitrary. Since his installation into
oilee he' has been literally carrying
out. the Jacksoinian theory of ' to the
victors belon'i the spoils.'' He, how
ever, r1egards himselft as the victor
anild not the Democratic Senators, and
runs thin :s accordingly. IHenc!,
when certain Southern Senators who
voted agal list Mr. Blurch undertook to
secure offices nder him for their
friends, they were respectfully inform
ed that Mf. Burch had hold of the
machine. The. South Carolina and
Georgia Senators are cipecially bitter
against the newv Secretary. At the
hastance of Senator Butler, of the
f'ormner State, ajor Morgan, of South
Carolhna, late of the army of the
KChedive, was made Assist'ant Poste.
master of the Senate, just befoire the
Senate passed into the hands of the
D)emocrat ic imajori ty. Last Satutrda y
-Major Morgan was relieved and his
place given to another, Mr.. Burch
giv'ing as his reason for the change that
Senator Butler did not vote for him,
and that Senator Ilamplton, the other
SouthI Carolina Senatorl, dodged the
issuo by keeping out of' the way, andi
voted for nobody. Another dlevelop
ment was had last Saturday. Senators
lull1 and Gordon learned that' a man
namedl Sneed, of Georgia, was on duty
ini the Senate in a twenty-one htundredl
dollar piosition. As nleither of the
Senaiitors hiad recommiienided Snteed's
applointment, they were ronsideirably
at a loss to see exactly how things
wer.e.--rThey app'achedl Mr'. Burch on
the subject, and asked hinm u1pon what
authIority he had given Snieed a posi
tioni. "'On miy ownI author'ity,'' wts
the answer, laconically. "'I ami Sec
retaryv of' t lhe Senate, and when I decsireC
advice as to how I shall .run
lmy oflheo I will call uplon y'ou, but
until I do, I shall deemi your' offices
in the business entirely 'gratuitous."
The Gecorgia Senators were conside ra
bly p~ut aback, not to edraw it too
stt'ongly. T1here may be wart upjoni
Mr. Llurch from themt as well as ftom
other' quarters, where the sky looks
-Mr'. II. A. Tildlen, solo sutrviving
owner of the chemical establishnient
of Tildeni & Co., at Ncw Lebanon, N.
Y., declares that Samuel J. Tilden has
n10 interest in the business andi never
itad ; that, they dlon't make patent
imed icines any way, their -preparations
being exclusively for thto medical prio
fession and1( fort dispensing by apothe
car'ies; that, although i~ero are a
thousand varieties of these prepara
tions, only four are liable to stamp
duty ; that thte entire amount of miss
ing stamps is not forty dollars, and
that ats soon as they heard about it,
they invited the tallest investigation
by the commissioner of internal
-Grangerismn still continues to flour
ish as far East as New York. The As
sembly of that State has passed bills
r'educfng the rate chiairged for thte
tIiira)orttiionl of ilk from the coun1
try to the cit y, one-half', and r'educin~g
the coimnutationi rates of the Now
York andc New Haven Road. In dis
cussing thte former bill, it was stated
that its elnctment would take away
$1,000,000 a yearu fr'om the revenue of
the roads concerned. The New York
papers (10 not have so much to say
against AWester'n .grantgerim as in
timies past.; ithey htave quite as much of
that element at home as they cani
--A North Car'olina man committed
suicide the other day. I s neighbors
hiad been trying to kill him for uip
wai'ds of four years, and had fired al
together ovetr a hundred shots at him.
He left a note saying lie had rather die
thiant "live in a community of such
curisedl poor1 matrksmen."
--The statement that Senator VManco
has secured places in Washington for
two of his sons is incorret. Hie has
On0 soin wvith him at the capital. Au
othter of his sons is -reading law. att
Lonoir, N. C., another is at Aninapolis
Academy and still another -is at the
BJInrham Sdhool in North Qarotina.
.Ti IIe t2SSA U4M' ON 1o10 r. '
Further PartIculars of lo Itheeet Att emapt
to Tako the Lifo of tho Great Tragettian.
CumICAoo, April 23.-The city is in a
whirl of excitement ovver tle atteipted
a~sassiaiationi of dwin 1ootfh at Me
Vicker's Theatre to-iiight. There v:aA
at very large attemltuce. The plav
was "Itichaid 11." Everythiig ioveld
along sinoothly, llid t i ulience was
)atictliatrly Onitiisitstic over the pre
senitation of the play. Duriig 11he
prison sene of the last fit loud re
port was heard, another shot,.amd the
crowd was wild with excitement.
Booth, with remarkable. presence of
mind., arose and said, . "That Is the
man I" and pointed to a man in the
first balcony. .
Booth left the stage, and behind the
sceues tound his -wife prostratetd. The
would-be assissin w i mt immediatelv
secured, and great efbit (had to b'e
exercised oin the r)tt of the Ipolice to
keep him from the violence of the
crowd. ACter (lie excitement had
somlewh'lat subsided Booth camne uponl
the stage, nn(d (lie vast atudience gave
niile lusty cheers inl his honor. lie
answered with a simphl "I thank you."
'Tle prisoner gave the name of Mark
Gray. Ile claimned that lie had beeni
englag-ed its at retail dry goods clerk inl at
pronilient house in St. Louis. lio
said thatt he came here for tie express
ptriose of killing 'ooth, eid was
sorry that he 1imd itissed his mark. If
lie laid aniother chnce he would . take
care to do a good ..job. As to the
motive for the (Iced lie, said lie would
remain silent-flint was a secret be
tween Booth an4d himself. Hle is a
yotng manat, twenty-three years of age,
oflight build, mid bears at Striking
resemblatuce to Booth. As to where
his fhiker was lie would say nothming,
but afliriied that- that was atnothl
secret. A letter was found oi his
person directed to Katle Davern,
Keokuk, which had been written be
fore the deed. In this he stated that if
lie went to the theatre lie woid either
kill or be killed by Booth. The opin
ion prevails here that the man is ill
Booth was seen tt the Grand Pacific
Hotel lato'to-nhmt, and says that
he call conceive of nlo caulse,. for the
deed; that he did not know nor had
he ever seen the man Gray, its lIe
Mrs. Booth still lies prostrate at,
her room at the Grand Pacific. The
aflair has caused it decided soilsation,
and indignation runs high against the
The would-be assassini has
been commiLed in default of
$20,000 ball, to await the action
of the grand jury upon a charge
agrainist hun ofattempting to kill. The
penalty of (te crime is from01 one to
fourten years' inprisomient. Grav
persists in regretting his fhilure to
murder Booth, saying lie wvill kill him
when froe again.
NE'r 01 THE DAY.
-Tile presidentp-ro fe r. of the Set -
ate hats appoiltzed Senator Haupton,
to till vacancies in the conluittees on
military allairs, mines aid mining, anmd
transportatlon-to the seaboard.
-A conductor oi a Mssachusetts
railroad has been Fouid guilty of man
slaughter for causing at railway col
lision through his eatrelessmess. ' This
will be a warning to railroad men.
-The first hanging in North Alaba
ma, under the -recent haw requirinig
execuitionis to-be prtivate, occuirredl att
TLCucubial on Fr~idav, the cult )it beincr
Charles iash,. .plorc'd, whlo. killed his
wife ill April, 1877.
-John E. Poindexter, tried for kill
inig CI. C. Curtis, in Rlichmond, Va.,
last mon01th), hus been coniviched of vol
untary fanslaughter. The jury ats
sessed his pumishnment at two years ini
-Charles Sweet, a deaf mute, of
Whitehall, N. Y., about thirtv-eight
yeatrs of age, wvho sepairatted faoma his
wife about two wee' s atgo, met her ont
Thursday ip a house of ill-fium'e. Hie
shot her throtugh the hecad three times,
anad theni, placing thme pistol to his lenm
plo, killed himself instatlyl. IHis wife
-Thle President issued on Fridav a
p)roclamilation statig thant it hmad be
comie known to him that certain evil
disposed persons have set upon0 foot
prep~artions tor an 0or.faiz ied and~
forcible possession of anci seulhemeant
upon the lands known as the Inidian
Territory, Hie wairns all such plersonis
not to do so, and futhler warnis and
niotifies them thal if thter so ofifend thery
will be speedily and ia'nmlediaitelv re
moaved by the algent, ando if nieessaryv
the assistance of thle military forces will
be inivoked to caurry thle latws inito exc
-The talk ab)out the suicide of Ed
win M. StanatonLincolni's secret army of
war', hiaving been revived by a pas
sage ill the book of Gein. I )ick 'l'avlor,
Surgeon-General B~arnies coines' for
ward withIia statemenit, thlat Mr. Stain
toni diedi of dropsy of the heart, iand
that lhe wasf1 prlesentat (lie time of his
death, andc had1( hIs hand over his haeatrt
at the time it ceased to beat. Hie aliso
publ'shes with the statement the aifilda
vit ofDavid .Joi:es, the barber wihmo
shaived Mr. Stanton aft. r his death,
who swears that there was no mark of
violence aibolit tlie throat of the deceas
ed. It seems strange that evidlence so
conclusive as -this should have been
withheld so long,
-Messrs. Illackburn anid Chalmers
are "'vinidicating'' hiemselves too often.
Scarcely a dlay pasos that one or the
other is not oni his feet with a persoal
explanation-cxplainationis about the
capture of Fort Pillow, ab'out the
Okolona ,Slates, aibout the correctness
of the prlintedlreport(s of their speeches.
The country Is groinag tired of these
frequentcorretcins, den als anmd cx
planitais-too tired byen to laugh at
-A New York despatch of AprIl 24,
satys: Pierre Lorhllard, the ownmer of
Parole, came to this cityv last night
from lis stock ffrm In New~ Jersey.
110 stated to a reporter that lie went to
Philadelphia yesterday and bought all
of the Loaminigton yearlings In WVelchi's
stables-thirteen In all. - Ho says ho
has not won so largely on Parole as has
CONSU~iPTuoNe OutCr..-An old physician, ro
tired fionm practice, hiaving hiad placed 'In hisa
hands by an Eia Indiamissionary time formit
Ia of it almple vegetable remedy, for the speedy
and permanont cure for consuamption, broanhe i
tis. catarrh, aathmai, and all tihroat, and lung
affectlionis, ll8c a posmtive tmnd radlcatl cure for
nol VOUS debility and all nervous complauits,
after having tested Its wonderfuletura. lve pow
ers in thlousands of Causes, has felt. Wt his .dutly
to make it known to his suffering foelows.
Actuated by tihs mo10 lie, and ma desire to
relieve humnan suffeting, I wi Sendl, frol of
charge to all wiho desie it, this recipe. with
full airecilons for preparingadsn in Ger
man, French, or English. Boeat byail by ad
dressing .itth stamp, naming thils paper. WV
W. Sheorar, 149 Poweors' Block, Rtocheste't - New
Yorke april 26-4w*
-Sn~bscribe tothe tri-weekis Nimws
IPJ L LS
A TORPID LIVER
is the fruitful sonree of many disenvec, proni.
ient amiiong ihich are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-1IEADACHE, COSTIVENESS
DYSENTERY, BILIOU3 FEVlR, AGUE AND rEVER.
I'J'I$CE, P;LES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY 0CM.
PLAINT, OLIZ, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loas of Appetite and Nausea, the bowels
ar .:oati ro,'biit sometinesaatorata with
loosenous, Pain in the-Hueidacoimpoaiea
with a Dull sen.ttion in the back part,Fau
inthe right aide and under the shouldiro
blade, fuinr,..as aftor eutting, with adisin:
cliu.t on to e tortion of buody orniind, Irri.
tabi'jity of tepiv1'r, Low apirits, _Lossof
nt emory, with i: fe, -ug of havingnegleoted
;ntlo d.!.y, Gan :rrl wearines; Dizzinoi.
'':au'i~t m at t@ Heart. DotA before the
us, Y llo,v 'an, Headachtegenorally
,ori bho rih t (ye, Best.lessneas at nighi
*Ui 1tatdramius, highly colored Urine.
I i Ve"ARNIVOS A RE IURZEDED,
)L.i' DlS.ES WILL SOON BE UEVELOPED.
no( e !Aoctfilly adaptod to such
C0:se-;J#, a slIge dose effoots
u a chango of feling as to
: n tho sufferer.
-roonpouded from mnubainnsee tint ae
'ret u. aiKy properhies that caaulu jure
(tieo nsAt delicate organization. They
Newau cre, Cleanse, Pus iifyt nnd Invigorate
4la1 enAt: 4, System. By re-leVing ciao el
.arj-e-ie L.iver., they elianuie ii blood
s. vtn :.auotioa hi mas . annd aus Inmpart
rrulli it saml viitality to time body, canling
lo.. bnve'5 to ,st :asi litIally, without
%. iahh ido Oie cau feel Vell.
A Noted Divine says:
tV- l'UTT:-Der 8ir- For ton years I hive boon
'xr to I 'v. p., C.-.nuttoati.-n r.id Piles. Las.t
.)IF.ar P1 .1 refenI n ded to iws; I used
-t % t o It .1 i li . I ant nw a well mian,
J w- . 1.~s ion jieret. ruirular iotbiu,
*)A. vill I h -vv.. icnod Itirty wunds solid fleals.
L...O1 ht ru r0ti 'an e lb.
KI .'S ) Liusville, Ky.
':-r flrt eiT"'t ll to Increuse ihte Appetite,
i .e ihe t andly to 'Tale on Fleoia, thus tho
Riru .aa~ nuri. ies, and by their Toule Ace
.inttR i a ieRctive Orgasse, Iegular
).jis, arm proiultiud.
P11 J F, HAYWOOD,
OF fJW YORK, SAYS
"V.,. dis-i s-s e-ls: that ennnot be relieved by re
a t..o i1e r t6 its n.raanal functicnA. And for
n 1-0 r-.,u:la h. -a r hoep invoteted that
SOLD EV.RYW:IERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
lee 03 l[array Suret, New York.
Lu'~ Dr TITT- MANUAL of Valuable Infor.
a a1111l Cctul lieciptu " will be utiled/red
Pl HAIR DYE.
- litt Ott WHIRaitS citunged to a Grossy
-K Iy a sinaRJe ai:apicatti.nvt of tis Dyv. It iin.
iN..iuri.h U -mor.acts In0i3 - nano.,isly, and i
'ma, its oa nc %v aor. sold by Druggists, or
1 Murray 't., Now York.
GRNND OPENING !
Have her cousins atnd her
istrs; and her autntsi
NEW 8PRIN('AND SUMMER GOODS
ais wereo puircase~d at the recent gre ut
salesu inl w Yotrk, and~ wrii bo sold at
)nr slook is comle~lto in dry goods, no
all '.ula ('be, I testt t-:y~a i trawt un.i ltL
- ,boots, arn. shoes in alI sizes for
al ies, p!'.eR kt mei n, m1i~sses andl ch ildreni,
'loth and Ieather. Also, the lates.t sty10o of
To~ convin' yauurself and sav~e mfoney,
thia the nli-. aown sI~tnd of
B.:l'1ht :IDIER & GiROESiCIlEL.
SPECIA LTY-One Hutndred large sizo
L adies' Parasols, at 25 cnts enoh,
STATE OF 8OUTHI CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Fannia M. Clayton, Plunintiff, against
David R. Coleman and Charles F. Cole
N pusae of an order of the Jourt
oComnPleas, madoc in the above
stated ciaso, I will off'er for salo, before
the court-heuse -'oor in Winnsboro, on
the first Monday in May next, within the
legal hours of sale, at publio outcry, to
the highest bidder the following-dle
sca thed property, to wit:
.All that tract or parcel of land, situate
in the County of Fairfield and State
aforesaid ,eontaminng FOUn RUNDRED AODEs,
more or loss, bounded by lands of George
W. Colemaa. Francis Mobley, Mrs. Emi
ly Meador, Dr. Williamn M. M1eador, Mrs.
Nancy Coleman, Executrix, and others.
--.'T.nMS OF SALE -CASI-: P'urohasor to
pay for il neessary paimers .
I ~W. ii. KERtR,
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, 8. C..,.
April *l1, 1870.
- april 12-tr iawtd
FRESH GARDEN SEED
at the lowest cash prices.
J.M. B3RATY & 00.
TO MAKE MONEY
Pleasantly anid'fast, agents should ad
dress FINLEY, HARV4EY & CO., A tlanta,
Georgia. .Jun, 1V-ly
SIT S FAlaSE. ECoNo3Y 'ro nUY A CHEl'iP
OET THE INCOI'IPLLE AN) AL
IIASON & HIAILLl]
SPOOCtEST AND DEHl.ST.
B U T BE8T AND CHEAPEST.
NE W PRICE
;i, Stops, E]leg
..1"o, of new 4
ign, only - -
'enh Stops, 4 19
leds; ini New St
.1. i n ti ated Cr
., only - - -
Ten Siopz, i oets Reeds, 'Mirror '.
Case, with Gold Bronze Ornamentatiei
only- -- - - - - S
OVER 100,000 MADE AND SOL
Winner of the highest honors
World's exhibitions for twelvo
PARIS - - - 1867 'IENNA - 11
SANTIAGO - 1875 PJlj[A., PA. 11
PARIS - - - 1875 SWEDEN - I
Endorsed by Franz Liszt, Themd
Thouais, Olo Bull, (Gottschlk, Strin
Warren. Morgan anl over one thous;
iminent riusieians of EIuro and .\m
Ca. 'ile testimnony 11a to tle immucenso I
periority of these instruments over
others is eip-hatic, overwhelming a
RENTED 'UNTIL PAID FO
These Organs are now offered purel
ers by monthly instalments ot from
to SI0, or will be rented until the r<
pays for them. From one to three ye,
time give' for p.ynielit.
Special red uction given to Church
Schools and Pastors. Agents want
everywhere. O rgans s< nt on trial to a
part of the South. We pay freight b(
ways if not. satisfactory.
SOUTHERN WHOLESALE DEPC
For tho more conve-ient supply
Southern trad a Southern Wholes
Depot has been eslablished at -aviaii
Ga., from which Dealers. Churhli
Teachers, and the retail trade Can11
supplied at N. Y. and Boston factc
ratos. For Illustrated Catalogues, pr
lists and full information, aidertss
LUDDEN & BATES,
Manufacturers' Wholesalo Agents
mcli 25 3m
AN EXCITING 1100K ! 20,000 SOLD I
TIIE 'Wild Adventire " and '-TriljhlIs"
This ONLY authentic anid copyrighted CIIH
tIWTION Is sellingi FASTERI than any of
book in Amerlea. G:ves a full hist ory o
"4:OS'NI CONGO." AGERNTSIWANTI'
Forffuill)articul ir.i and terms, atldress III
DA MD BtOS." Pubs., Philadelphia.
C EAPEST "OOK.S:IMI
0.0 6,12 Superb-l Enigllli Buuks AT (Uilt P1111(
7,276 New A merlean Books AT YOUitt pit I(
112,1213 Second-hanul Books AT ANY PilI
Catalogue of oenrail LIi erature Fit EE.
LEGGAT 1iIOT'I0IltS, 8 Bookmnani St., N
Post 0111e, New York.
New Rich Blood
PA TISON'S Purgative Pills make new rIch 1)1
and will completely chiancge thce blood In
etirei' systemc lai t.hiree minths. Any per
who will Lake oie pill cach night, from on
twelve we eks may lje re.itoredl to sound hca
it such a thing be plossible. Sent by mall
leiter stamps. I.8. JOilNSON & CO., n
B EO'CCNPlOU Pia
beck, rhceumnatlsme and local aches
p.alns, the hrest, remedy known.c It was liny
ed to overctomei the slow action of thet orinl
P'orous P'lasters. I L relie ves ai ni aot once,
mures where other plasters wHil not, even
ntve .ol everywhere by Dr ugghsts. P'
SMI CeTH WRM0
theWomf11.~ an WteetyhI pOss
WOR nOI fo GA by Mc~ater &,19
Prpaed ,y Drii. A. th. LYNDON AnthInav
Prcice 25 eents.
NEW. SUMMIYERI COOl
IMPROVEMENT OF 1979.
.a DOES NOT' iIEAT THEl. HOt
Perfect for all kinds of Cooking and I)
Always ready and reliablo.
The most satistf'otory Stovo made and
f1lM Send for oirouil ars.
WHITNEY bIIF'G. 00.,
A-1y 123Ohestut St., P1i
SOLE Agent for Winnsboro
ahan Bros. 1803 Old Cabil
R13e Whiskey. F. W. HIADENIo:
Rear of Town Hall.
- Canned~oods-Tomatoes, Pea<
es, Salmon, Sardines, Pickles,
Teas--Gunpowder and You~
Eyson. J. M. BE~ATY & (0
Thlis i iportant ot,.an' wodghs 1,itt three
pouinds, .and all tile L,; nit ill a livinig personl kalout
tit io m) p %,,-s 0ronh it , a it..A once every
g hitI bIh. r, to lis'V ti he M ( And 0t01r ilat-.tritics
straintuL or niltec m ian it. ilo ; O :. natural
putygative of the owels.a if te liver b1ea.o1aes
torpaid it is lot separatei i t'n the llood, but car
ried tlhroughIt the veins to all paats of tie system,
1 and in trying to escape throagih tle pkses of the
skiti, causes it to turn yd.low or a dirty browis.
e, color. The stomiaach becomesa.'a diseased, and Dys.
. pepsia, Intligestion, Constiation1 lcadache flil.
sn s, autalice, laills, Malarial Fevers. 'iles,
Sick aind Sotar Stonacla, ad general debility fol.
-. low.itit aIMnnL'S H atwArTI, the treat vegetable
discovei y for to ptd ity, camcss thle .1ver to throw
.loff froln one to two outices of bile cach linac tel
blood passes throngh it, as lon as there is nt ex,
ecss of bile;.nnd he efect o even a few doses
upon yellow complexion or a brown dirtK looking
skin, will astonish At who tr it--tdcy hig tihe
first symptoms to disappear. I'lie cire of ail bili
115ous diseases aid Liver complaint Is made certaim
a taking 1 tti'-Aa i si ti accordance witlhdtirectiois.
yo Icadache is geaierally cured it twaiity miniete,
m. and no disease that anses fron thie Liver can exist
5 f a fair tri.11 is iv 1.
SOLD AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL -DRUGGISTS.
":; Price 25 0cnts and $1.00
T he fittality of Coinsitption or Throat and
73 Lung Diseases, which sweep to the gravc at least
6 one-third of all death's victims, arises front the
Opium or AMorithine treatment, which simply stu
38 efies as ite work of death a.es on. $ao,ooo will
M, c pa aId if0piuma or alor >hie, orally preparatlon
lf pitmta, A or line or rusiac A cid, cat be f'oiad
in the G.on1a'.ocan Co61n Synvu., whila hav
lilt cured people who are livinig to-day withi bait o:o
ri- LIrening Itng. No greate'r wrong c.as be dotne
than to say that CC-nstunipiti.it is incur.able. The
' G.oan1 Faowri< CoUGaH SYar Will cUMe It whenl
nll 0 all otier aneans have failed. Also, Colds, Cough,
id Asthma, llronclitlis, aad all diseascs of th o troat
anad lungs. Retd tile testinsonials of the flon.
Alexander II. Stenihens, Gov. Smlith anl F.x-(oy.
- Drown ol Ga., Ilon. (eo. Peabody, as well as
R. those of other rcimarkcable cures lit our book--free
' to all at the lrug stores-and be convinced that it
-ou wish to be cared you can be by taking the
ils 1 ~ ne GL .OK Iwru COUGH SynerP.
.5 - 'Take no Troches or Lo:.ewgcs for Sore Th -t,
whetn you caa 't G.onau VI.oswii byaur at samoi
i- Iprice. For sAr by all Draggists
Irfice 35 Cents and $1.00
Grave ,nist:skes are made in tie treatment of all
dieases tat arise from ploln In the bL(OI:1. ilo.t
one -:ase of icroiitla, ;yjhilis, Wil. %,WIlln,
Uicerous Sorns ,lnd Skin 1 :asia, in a thou.::.,
is treated witho:t the t.;,- of Mcattry in some formt.
M \ercury ruts the ibonws, antl the tieaesit vro
es, dtcs are woere tam anyl (her kintal of blood or
be skin dis.ase can 1,,. 0 ! ) '.. it.:ar'erox's S-rt a.ux
arA or Q-tar.x's I iuaw;ir is the only ncdicine
tipo whi-h a hope' of reco viery fron Scrofula, Sy.
ice plilis and MAercuri:l disca1 s in all stages, catn be
reasonably l'oanded, and that will caire Ciuaer
p 1o,ooo wall ie pail by the propriietors if Alercur y,
orany ingreictit not purly v.gctabc uaid harm
less Ca n ie Imattmil inl it.
pA Price by :all 1)rtligists . .oo.
G.anit Fr.owlte Covtca Svaitat- and IunaRRLL'S
HItwATN i-Olt r i faa.vint for sale by alt Lrug
gists in 25 censt 1a1l $a.w bottles.
A, F. BIER1ELL s; co., rreprictora,
OR the best ialfkime smoke, try
At'> "The Siwn her," superior to aill
er others, at F. W. HABEMoir's, Rear
of Town Hall.
; EVER PRODUCED,
a Whether for fatmily use ornmanufancturing,
is the double-thre'wad, lock-stitch
orQt, It will last a lifetime--every Machine
S 'IfE Vertical Feed is the greatest ad
tear v'ance made in sewing mlchbantismf
th aince the inventjin tief sowing mtachaines.
nt,. We invi't a carefatl examuination of it,
rvt' helieving no one can fail to rccognsizo the
tmaa fact that it is the asost perf'et $owing
c ~' Machine made, comblinting simplicity
strengtn, durability, and economy. We
(10 not, her-itasto to cilaim for the
L IMPROVED DAVIS,
in addition to its supeirior principles,
maore absoluto p~er'fctiotn of wvork man ship
and maorc comlete adjunstability thtan
pertaires to any13 oimpeting msachtine nowv
in the market Amonag the varionsa im
prov'ements is the Im proved 5hutleo
Milled ShankI Nnood Ie, Adlj ustab!o Needle
Plate, New Ptatntli tead Controllecr and
Austomtatic Ihabbins Windear. Es'ry Ma
hinoii On good sutbsata l rail era. for
wichol the~ro is no extra charge. For
tuckitng, corin bg, bsraidinag,quilting,
ruflinrg, frmigincg, cmbm'odorintg, shce..
fitting, tatiloritng, dressmaiking, andt
THE DAVIS IJEAS NO EQUAL.
References to those who have tho Im-.
proved Davis Maschino itn uso in Fair'.
or field 00ounty:
one Mrs. Williamt McNall
she Mrs. Williasn D. Aike n
s. Mrs. A. WV. Ladd,
'loe. Mrs. J. C. Rowe.
Ga. Mrs Dr. T. T. Robertson.
Mrs. Dr W. K. Turner.
Mrs. J. W. Rl~tiek.
Mrs. Williamt Stevenson.
Miss Mairgarot Aikon.
Mrlts. A. P. Miller.
Mrs. Eliza Williams.
Mrs. James Q. D~avia.
Mrs. Robert COratwford.
Miss J. Har'vey, and others.
Just think of it---a mvshino solling for
$60 a short t6.mo ago you can now pur..
chase for $30, from
A for Fairflalld County.
Also agent for two ofhoer first-olass
machines-- t-ho Now Anjoriecan, and the
Call on J. O. BOAG. an'd get the best
'at Family Bewing Machines mado..
tho Great roducotion in prices of Dross
Goods, Sheos, llats, clot~ting, &e..
Always a full- and complete line 'of
tilas Fanaily Groceries, Tobacco, Cigars, Con
footionarios, Fruits &c., as ohoap as the
o'Lumberand furnitiure for sale low for
j~ nhb __ _ _ J. 0. BOAG.
DRI. O. Ii. LADD,
H3AVING returned to Winnsboro. ftnd
JJ.resumed the praeticeo f medloino,
ed. eit'ers his professional servioos to the olti-'
.zens of th town and oounty.
n--. pe Oilloe in Blank Rau e, u~ stairs,
n ext to New.,s med HAerakt* oi e, witranei
50.a on t.ongress street. nar lI-xt~nm
ng NO WVOOD, NO PE1R
TNteStanidard Screw' Bay State.
.I, Shoe, ' -.; Mi. Bam&T & COa - -