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T HYENE1WS A NDAI1U!'AD.
WINNSBORO, 6. U.
THUlSDAY MORNING, May 8, 1870.
It. AMRIANS DA 1IS, EDITOR.
JAYO. S. REYXOLDS. ASSOCIATH EDITOR.
Every now and then spiritualism
claims a fresh votary. The htlte-st re
crult is Mr. Helry Kiddle, an eduea,
tor of great experieiec and ability,
and the superin tendent. of the public
ischools of the City of New York.1
Mr. Kiddle has published a book (oil
tainiing communicat ios from t110 dead
of all ages, including Shakespeare,
Bacon, Columbus, Newton, Byron,
Franklin, Bonaparte, Hamilton, Lut h
er, Calvin, St. Augustine, Moses,
PontIus Pilate, St. Paul, 6t. Peter
and Pope Pius IX., with others more
or less famous. An exchange, re
viewing the book, says: "Nothing
short of mental imbecility or decrepi
tude could nistakc the hobbling dog
gerel and empty rubbish which is
printed by Mr. Kiddle as new poems
of Shakespeare and Byron, fresh from
the spirit world, for emanations of
those resplendent intellects. Bacon
and Newton are made to talk in the
manner of enthusiastic new converts
at Mr. Moody's revival meeting,s aiid
the divine Mozart, falls below A1r.
Sankey in his ideas of "lhallmony.
The late Pope Pio Noio and the liate
Archbishop Hughes discourse like
ilaning Protestants, and call hardly
be outdone by the fiercest denouncers
of tho '"Searlet. Wroaln.'' The im
perturbable Franklin has become a
gushinig religious spolter. The late
William Cullen Brynt111 isl maude to
decry poetry aud to inject into his
ivsterical conmuuniention at Scornf tuil
"baih I" In relation to the art he which
he acquired his fame. But tIese in
consistencies are nothing inl compairi
Son with the dismal platitudes and
gushhig religious nonsense which all
characters are made to utter alike,
with on.y such slilght variationtsas, that,
of making Shakespeare talk rubbish
about his play, Mozart. fustian tbout.
"hrnyI-11" and Lah Cette identity
hiimself as a FreeILah n by Iayin1g
"Pardonnez moi" whent he (it thei
iIterview short.' it. is very strang
that a man of such ability as Mr. Kid
die canl he deceived into aisserting th-it.
these produections, givell in the 11reviw
from which we quote, are itspired,
and his evidenlt. initsliiy on this point
has created great excitemieit. inl New
York; because no one knows hlow
soon he will endeavor to teach spiritu
alism in the schools. 11 imtust be
put down Wthi Judge edminods.,
Robert Dale Oweun, Viscounit Ainber
ley and Lord Lytton, as an evidence
of what effee't superstition can have on
the strongest intelleets.
- The War in South America.
Our South Amnericain neighbors are
* ~evideutly dleterined to get Il p a iest
enis to bonllbard the town, lbut i~s
deterred from this pleasant pastimie for
tihe present by the threat of' the
Bolivian authorities to shoot down two
thiousantd unt'rtnate ChIilians who
happened to be ini the place .wihen the
trouble conmmenced1. Ini the mean
thuc the President of Uoilivia is march
fug downl upon Chili like the wVoit on
the fold, wiithi anl armiy of flye thtousand
* men; and Peru is getting her artmv
and gunboats ready to- back Holivia.
The enithusiasm 01n bothi sides is tre
mlolrdous. We are told that, Chili is
all agiowv with patriotic ardor. while
in Peru tile cit izents are spending their
llmney lavishly inl equlipping the~
national troops. Theil pr'esident of t he
* Bank of Peru has given two htundtred
* ~ thousau'd dollars, Don ,Jose Ovue a
hundred thIouslald more, whtile tile
* ~banks anld clubs am(1l private citizens~
have raisedi a fund of abtout a h~und~red
anid tifty' thousand a1 mioi'h during the
period of the war. Two battalion
* ('~ommantlders have offered to dei'rav atll
* ~the expen1ses of their commiiands ot otf
thir~l ownl pockets. Besides several
* ~ formidable Iron-elads inl the possessionl
of the Peruvian government, a new
0one hats been purchiasehd from Italy.
Chili is by thr the~ miost )prosperous1 "of
the three States, for sihe alone of the
South American liepubilics hats enjoyed
inmmnur'ty from revolmttims ; but for
* ~ that very reasonl her troops have had
loss eXperielibe ini fghting titan their
neighbors. No actual hostilities have
yet occurred, but the ntext steamer
will probably'bring initelligence of r'
The diffleult. has arisen out of a
conflicet Ofjurigdlction b~et.ween Chili
anid Bolivia. Between the two repulb.
lies lies a strip of territory that has
several times been thle subject of;
treaty. It is chiefly, valuable for its
deposite of nitrates. Heretofore both
* hmations have beeni allowed to wvork tile
*mines and exrtort their produco free of
duty. Bolivia recentl impose05d a
duty on these explorts, and C lhii de
elared war. Ikence tile p~resent emI
I'anama has also experienecd a pern
odical revolution. An attempt to
bribe the national guard in behalf of a
contemplated hlisurrection was dis
K I covered by the commander, wh~o rep>ri
mnanded one of his subalterns, amd a
fight ensued. The State troops marchOi
-cdagainist the national insurgents and
a street light resulted, Jastlig fourteen
hopre, anld ending' i the triumph of~
the local authoities. We are told
*.that the stores in1 town were closed!
one day, and that profound peace has
S reigned slice thon. The crisis in
S. outh Amlerica aflbrds a mnafnificent
o ld -of op latlOhs ir 131alne'antd
a lndler tmd Legan and, the leSt of~
8t talwi te hho .are -tryiW'" to.
Ieaiun this coun. .Thle '"Con
fte pogress'i~ pay thou. way
id tile eciutrty wil lnantimousl'
bt9 ~ edhiored lnjtotion to
TIh I PUP3T.1rc SCiWO0TI.
l'hvir Useis nml Wmisk1--Ifow (to Efrect theo
N 'MinER Tui. 1
There ire three alicts which not only o0
show tihe iature of a part,(. of the teachi.b
?r's work, but also furnish .a key to at
First fitd. The mild of t child is, op
In I lust, iecessarily be, interested in I
wowe'h''ng. W hat that11 somle hialg i, C
iS ofno importanlce to ouri preent pur
o0se. Vh eihe'er thle excellence of that di
ohin('ii zg is real ori iign1111, m1
.ors not. Some excelleice is supposed e
it heast to exist.
Second itlet. This object of interest,
ove or allieetion1 exce's a power ill i
nloulding (t miind juist inl proportion g
o (he intenl(y and duration or thatlt
utere'sI. For, regain g tlhat oject as
i siandard of excelleice, he(- condell:>s
wverythia"'g unlike it, and approves ti
i'erything (hailt resembles it. Whieth- m
mr the object tends to vice and i
orality, or to vir tie and hionor, ma
ers notso 111r as its power over the
nild is Conilled. It the int1e est be C
milleiently intense;( and continees for a 1),
miliieit time, it , power to moul the
liid will be ill the saiie. Now. ;r
Ale mind anid char: c.* ell h olliOmlll
t the e1wracter (Wal a idolb.ed obil ,A
IOW im1po:.-tant, that, thle objiect
be one whose 'eideiicr is 10 i tmould
inl tlie direi'loll of true excellence! il
Third Iret. ''he inid cantit never be It
:liverted f.om1 objeels previously idol- (:
zed or of' previons inredi , unlesis by
the presentation or anot-her, believe. - it
to be still Imore excel leit. A child enn1
niot become intere.Mted where there is Ii
lot hing to ilit eels. I'I , ll' thereore, you
would titerest hiin oi ilist make him
e' solinllimg excellent inl the objert.
pre-senteei. This trauslier or divert.- ti
ing the mind fIlrolit one objec.t to lloth- 0
rll. n ey be gen(erally don e either by
renid'e-1 rin Ithe objiect of previouts inte:
,st hatef'u I., oP r.h% (bycltIling! ct otlhrI' ill
its mios, attractive f rn-sometimes 1
bot.ll(! truth isz. not only el cikiren t
bit all of1 us ar inclinted to 'onti1,1rt 1 .o
what, we concive I'l be at stantird ot'1
OX Ce llnc, irres pect ive oft it,; influencel( I
hut ull Shou) 11:1 it child eniter a school,
av11n11 n inlerest ill book land no
ove or desire for le:iring, thiere is
no pos-ible wat% e'ver to evenito tht
love or deire except by presenting
learing a mor111 e li (atrclive tian iany
oiblie obje1t upoll whic iell,; min i' s
plac'ed. This iyti re Inire tiellc 1nd
pat ieinee, bul. inl almost every casle it
ennl' be doi' . It we Cla i t trac ' t ai t etil ( it
o*f ilve moniths fr~om (fie bosom ot' its (
nim.e by, a1 feutty toy, wve may dto ti
the( othe.. illtistrneroiteets
lot uitade, the child is lost, so far ts
learning'r is cocieried, and the lOnger
11his transVer iS idelaved, the orie dI tV
i-til it will be. lon'lale i . It is wvon
d rITal how ourl initurest in objecit-S ofl
real orl Sitp1posed veellence wxIll moul
o(ur1 Minds. II istor i's f'ill ot' illhutta
(lionls which I neved' nlot tuentionl. It
seeiis to b' ala 1W'11 h u nature n1of. to
let go or1 transli'r u ibioas forit- one
ohjeel of intoires t, ext(%i for h(le sake
olf'an10f ot'e tcoiverd ito hm.or excel
lished lows. Tlhis v'i~~t~,of at par't of' thet
CON J'lEX.TION QI F'T'1l . Mr. C. AI.
-A Stacc.''4.st'ae lMee't lng.
iThe furthnnul 02 ~' '.1icnention otf the~l
VIIge(1tig ln'si C hi Assoctiton
Sixn IC. 11. Thurta Friay, andi'at
m'ala, 2 lllh, Iah au1(1 A2ti'ti. Itee
assoiais were'P 0)'lhrepr elted , i ol
os: halutn Smner Oag.1
burgzii, olumbIa, Newbeey, inetv-i'
Six, t e oWe, SpartaMlibur, reeti..a
tvtile(t W lael a)i''d Aners. hei'oI 1
Sfi'hipidd11 'il'i of ltis f the Adro s
chur'checs, respectiv'ely; to whion r'e
sponses!' werei' made( by sev'eral of (lie .4
dlelgat es. TIhe convenifiont was regu
larlIy or'ganiized, atert speninig a hlif'
hour11 ill devttionall e'xcIise's, hr thme
elect.ion of' the tollo)w in l'otlleeris: Pi'esi
denut. Geo. 1". TLolley, of' Aiii'e'soin ;
biai, A. C'. Jonies, of' Newbec'r, G. M.~
.i'y, P. 11 Chisohnii, of Char'leston; o- I
r'esp)ondin~g secrtetary , E. Wt. Waitkiins,
of1 Chiar'lestont. A f'ter th0t appoitmtenit
ot' commt~tit tees, and( the. heaing oft vri'
enco1uging'lrepor'ts f'rom thle associa0
t ions of' their wor'k duinlg t he 1pre
ious yeart, the followinig top)ies amttong I
0o1hers were0 discussetd hita blel, eho
quet andl p)ointed miannuer, viz,: "'Whaut,.
is thd~ legitimatlte woi'k of' thie Y'oung
Ment's Chirlstiani Associatjin?'' ; "'lm'
porItantce of' inter'estintg (lie young men;,
and1( how to (10 it.;" ''What can associa-K
tionis do0 ini small towns ?" ; "Collego
wor'k;" "Plersonail woi'k fori 3 young
Mr'. ThPlos. K. Cree4'(, ofthe lInternia
tionial Exeutive C'omilttee, was wles
alind took ani act ivo part in the evo..
tioifal and business exeri'ses oft the ,
gr'eait elxper'ienet ini '. M. C. A. wor'k, j
andi~ is ait pre'sentt spentdhig thte greactter'
port(ioni of' his time traveling in th'il
Southu. lie is an teergetic wor'kmian
in the Master's v'lineyard hi hol
hear't is li (lie cause0, ald Id labor r
fis lahor's il Selmia," Marin, Savani
er'n cities, areC so manity evidlences that
lie is thie r!ght man01 hi the right phace.
'lhe v'ariois asisocia~tionts shold conl
gr'at hate themselves upon01 the sehe e'tiin
for~ general State secr'etairy of' Mr. E.r
W. Watkins, the efilelent secretary of. 'j
the Charleston associatlon. ,lie is
doIng a noble wvork foir the yountg 1men1
of' Chiarleston. "lie doesn't believe in j
talk, buit Iht action."- Mr. WVatkis wll t
v sit t' o asseeint on, and towns (d0- ~
Ail'Oti of' orgaiintg assQociatilons, dur
ing 'the'.A~mmer at1111 11 autt.nti mloniths.
It is~ hoped tht~~ISvisite wIll build nip fl
and strengthen nzlatlht ..soatio- h
rid 1be I itumental ini efieCting1 many1 V
I.w organii/atiolls througI.hout ourv
Atter at very ieasant and harinoni
is session, Ihe conveiltion adjourned
I Saturday night, to ikeet inl Oran'ge
Irg, one year hetice.
Tle netings of Sabbath were lell
teided, especially the 0110 1 young
cn teld in Temperance lld, at. 4
tlock p). ml. EarniIest, fer'venit pray
s were oflered in behalf of the un- 1
inverted voun'g. I1en of Aidersonl,
Id iilpromiipt ad :1(ldresses delivered by
e delegates, u-ring upon1 theml the1
tuger' o' procr oataion, and the im
)ictz1Iev of it tend(ing .1ow) to the coni
-ins (if religioln.
An 1(d now, wve come to tihe closin g
ene-1he i thtrewell inteting, in the
tiptist church at 8 p. iml. Aflter spend
Ig ,4olne time inl worship, the (le
tes, together vit i the Andersoni asso
1tion, ('11111C torward, and, clasping
I1ds, foriined at circle inl front, of theI
ilpitfl, anud ats tihe(y siig 11a111ll we
thithe at the river," and "Iilest be tihie
that hig," inaty it cieI waIts
oistenied wit h teairs, aind imianiiy a heart
ent. fo-th to God ink prave'r For ai
essinig 111)011 these young s-oldiers of
Ilit here tlhe 'entlain falls, and tle
ivention of 1879 is a thing o1' the
Ist-ain Osis upon lifle's dreary Iathi
ay, oil which, inl future days, 'nemory
ill delight to lingwer. A' IELEAir.
EJENTB JN RUSSIA.
Long List of Murdters and Rlots-Tho
Conspiratorn Still I reatiaing Donatnce.
Tile latest. intelliogence by mail froi
uissial chie1.y0efer to untriiderouls at(
1eks 1111 leatding mitei1ls. iu five
tys, betveen the 7th and I 1tit Inst. five
.tacks have taken plaie atH l1; all
ere unsuccessful. At. "oscow one
einiisel, supposed to have iieen ituxeil
p with tle <hiscovery of the revolu
oary prinit:1ng press at St.. Peters
ta1r. hals been Iitadere'I. AL Ploh
11 chek nice1, inl lihe ince ofof Kov
. threl. policemen, cha1--red with the
rest 'som1e1 villiagIers. nive been at
eked on the pIubic uigh.vay by a body
c getene rn.1'ng Oiols amtd
veords. h. Pio ovsi, ett'.f ot te
a changicel police, has been St.k,)bed inl
is hotuse. Attached t(" tle corpste
erei asi iece of pa1per reading as
'tiaot wet it Polt bitl. hast been mnore harsh
,We I'Ii11t extltc iI-e 11ha11 the uot'e crir-.
tia iti Imo I) ) :4' ! iW, eug I Tio 1i t, 1not
(I %ty t Vo IN itO11ong 110,
vilFC iEXCU"'iV' COMMITS(.
Trhe leaditvr police, omecer ait Yalta,
I ite C( illea1, lais been arrested na a
voluitionli-4. The sludent Bia,
iowski. recently1 murdered at. Mon
)w, whiose deat:t by a woman's hand
'11s at tibute-I to a love al1, nas ben
iscoxered to have iatlen a VYi.n to
1. voin.-pi'ltors. The atdy who shot
im was a 11.fmle exeonltioner 'n1 the
in ploy of Ohe con10 ittt.e. At the
wia tre of Iovio, near Pohalhfa, an at
'inipt was Imade to performlt a )iece in
it-o 0lih Ilu;silin (uia:eet, ant ;(diom
enby 20,4100,000 of p~eop)'e: but,
i lie ititerest ornational u'ti.ortit -- am'
'iut iulisni. l: i icti v excluded from e
ress. church, school anid theat'.e b
le governmlienlt.. 'e volicemleli, pro
ibiin'hg the pe-.formanciee were set
Imn bv the auttiiee. A tiit ensied,
''h, the militatrV be:il iiilfored,
alsulted itn ie delleat of tne rioters. A
loseow student depuwion, asking the
oa1 (Governor to treal. their art ested
1-' t-en with leniencey, las seeni incart
.erat ed. IN i umerous politicjal crim1i
tissiai to thle citadel ot WVtia-:a, the
)tinclial oflicers of the Polish catpitail
t ny rules beintg comimitted
mmberl01 of arrtV-ls hats 1)een the conse0
11u11we of the~se dleplo- able incident.
\t harkollfand Kif.the t wo centres'
f South lhissian auitav'onism1 to the
(oVer'~inet anid 144 &t i-it 1t tfla
et-ot it it'S, sever'al thousantds are said
i) have bteetn aip11rchended. As ai mlat
mtlsor" ex0(dus inl the dire~ctioni of'
A (cJIXESL, IBRIDE.
ome Dectalla of the Oiirtouts WVeudng Cere
miOnly in SanE F"raisco.
Aht Quty, w-hich binig intterpreted
neans Ahlee th A Ie, was married
0 Charles Jaiasoni, an initerprteter, in
San Fraincisco a fortitlt ago. .The
>ridegroom~ had0 11itted upI his f'uture
10ome wVith hinese an5 td Amerciicani futr
iitutre. On the walls were hunio
iiinumber of lairge strip)S of re7d
>aper, on wichl were stamped Clhi
10ese pro)verbs relating to ttarriedh li fe.
i a table ini thte fir-st room1 were late
inceredl trays conitaiiniing Chiniesc drtiedi
i-nits and swveetmeiauts, while on the
>We-cr tiny~ cuphs for tent. There
vere atlso oin thle tab)1 le Cinese 01rna
ntents and1( several water-pipecs. One
Ltliroon at five o'clock. thle chtaper-otns
otnductted the br1ide to~ the roomis Of
er' ftutre hius-band, but before she
rossed the thrteshholdl of thie door they
birew a heavy htandkerchuief over' her
endl, and~ shut oit everything from
er' sight. This they 1told her was to
r'arn- her' that ini entering the maried
tatte site was gtopinig into thie dar11k
uturte. T1hie bridal pair knelht befor-e
smlall alltr fr-on whtichi hung anices
ratl tablets, aind each1 of1ered a1 pr-avyer,
fler- whIch they wveat into thte otheor
oomi where they seated( themselves.
)nue of thtu 'chaaerons pioured ten into0
wo of the1 cups). and( offeed these0 to
lie gr-oom andl br-ide, tellig each to
ake a sip. This being done, theoy took
hte cups) again, mixed the contents
nid i-eltnrmiino thtem to thle pair, tol
hemit to drtinI-, saying that ais thiele- lips
ad( tou~chted the bieverage they would
Iaiw lispir-ation ftrom each other by
artakiag of' tho mixtur-e. Theix br-id'
ccompanied10C by (lie chuaper-ons, fol
L)wed by thle groom and som1e rel~a
Ives, hiead~ed a pro~cesiont and left the
0o1s0, ambl1( the exp)losion of lire-?
raceker-s, a(1( nd mrcited to a restaurat
v'her-e the guest~s htad assembled. The
ridIe was* aittlred in a new dlark silk
ownl, w-hich touched (lhe floor-, and1(
'1d her feeot fr-om '.low; 01n heor airms
vct-e heavy gold braicelets, andt 01n the
algers ot'her left hand two gold r'ings.
ier r'aveni black halir waS p~oma11dd
and dIressedi with artificiail flower-s and
--PThe word hari-karl is of Japanese
igini. T1hie act of self-disemownI)oeh
rienht with a donle~ sword called the
ari--kari1 WAS for-merly the pr~incipal
apiltal puishmet~t of the Japoniese
miplre. A floerwar-d the diseo weIiil
ent, was not necessar-Ily suicid~aI.
.hat method of puilshment Is tnot no0W
ractlsed. Theo word hari-k-trl has I
0ome into use to a limite'd extent In
iglishi, it a me~litaoal sense, I
Iu6ugh not as yet incor'por-atdd In the
-Withol pr-Ide Is contInually dunned
)r'unipalid clothIng bills, economy is
appy itn a well-worn sygWut,
-A woman's weepins-Tears.
--No nImtter how short they are in
>ocket, fashionable ladies aro' long in
-Whatmaterial would be good to
arve a pugilist out of? Ans: Box
-Bookkeepers are never ofiended
viei called tp.acuout-at a re)pecta
-Twenltv~.two NjenIoiite families
'0resenting- $3000, are to settle at
\\ hitewater, Kan.
-An exchange says that Napoleon
'V. is always poring over his books.
lie never reigns, but he pores.
-Sico papor napkiis were intro
liced by a matufacturing firm in
Wisconsin, ia; veal ago, Onle Iioston irI
done has sold 250,0J0 of them.
-One of the articles ..rescued from
he ruins of the drowned city of Szege
linl, in Ilungutry, was a cradie in which
lay a sleeping kittn.
-Sckett,'s marsh, near Berlin. Wis.,
overs 760 acres, and has been known
:o yield a crop of eraniberries inl one
cnr of 35,000 bushels.
-1%. Dufaure, the French statosian,
hias a withered sprig in a fraide, be
leatI which are the words: "Plucked
t'romii WNashintgton's grave."
-An Oil City poet sends some vers
es, beginning, "'Now inspiration, seize
my muse. Hence the reasoln we call
jur vaste basket "inspiratioun."
-'"On this head," said the iecturer,
"there is nothing left to Le desired."
The bald-beaded man iin the front row
immediately rose to a call to order.
,-Josh Billings says Artemus Ward
was the best Am'er'ican drollerist,
Nasby is thei best. political satirist, and
Mark Twain an uiequaled descriptive
-Comiimiandant Debt erly, said to he
the last - survivor of Aust.erlitz, has
just. died near Bordeaux, in his niinct.y
litih year. Ue entered the armny in
1802, and was pensioned in 13.I.
. -Tramps are deliued by Michigan
law to be "personis refusinug to work
or t lie ulsual an1d common wages g'iveni
to other persons for like work inl tile
place where they may be."
-Some idea of tile size of the State
of Texas may be gathered fron t e
ftact that., though the popllationi is a
million, there are oily tour' people to
every square mile of territory.
-C~oiplaint is imade in Leadvile
that the whiskey.is nothing but snow
water scentea wvith vitriol. When
eight hundred-gallons canl be drawn
froi one barrel it is time for even a
dairyman to blush.
-A reporter who saw Jeff. Davis
recently, says he, iastall but slender.
I Ii a Creel., guant form, siharp, thinl fela
tures, gray hair, short, grizzly beard,
and deec'tive eye give him a specter
like appearance.- .l1e is very aflable.
-The sad.comnplexioned sol of sun
In' Italy, who recently propelled thi
haidle of thle rottintlig chestnt-roa-ter
is training his dexter elbow to stinmu
late the revolutionary requirmenLs o
tihe voie-inispirinig, ear-piercing crani
of the hand-organ.
Mr. Darwin lias been gratified t<
leari that the .xamining surgeoni a
Agram, Austrla,has found in a patel
of recruits a young man with a "six
inch-long prolongation of the ver/lc -
spinalis, in shape soiewhat analogou
to a two-year-old pig's tail wiithl;
-Unitecd States ~na tor Sharon ha~
a Chinee val uo has been in hi
Drlgnt alld inte~u 11. Ti m
some) sharp-hooking fellow, with bril
liant black eyes, andu wear's his hair ii
the .ordinary American fashiionm.
-On April 1 a gr-ocer ini the0 coiunr
took some salt and1 o their stuff'and pu
a sign on .it, ''Beet sugar, twent
pounids for a dollar." Every.' man anm
woman t hat camne iin took a 'handt'ul c
it to taste, and~ then winked and sai
niothing.o It is in the country that the
have aVl the funi.
A rich young lady has fallen in lov
with anld imarried a New Yeork streci
ear (driver. From the bridle and tih
halter lie weamt to the alter and th
biridal, andi the onily train amid switch t
eccupy) ils indi~ hereafter ale those bc(
Ionginmg to his wile. She takes hiri
for wheel orvhoa, as it wo're-.
-The had beenl mar'riedl a year an
were taking ii Sunday afternoon wal
ini the suburbs. Ini a vacanit lot a hal
dlozeni younmg goats were having a littl
"'irenms," wihic'i attracted thleir' atte:1
those six butmin' kids reminids me thu
I haven't, a dlecenit pair of gloves to m:
name." George despises a goat now
-The latest fashiionm in Vienna is thi
'"loccoccio" stocking, a pinik sill
stocking oni the ight ieg, and a whit<
silk stocking on thme left. A misogy
uist would say that as nmany of t hes
ladies camn hardly tell their 'right fron
their left, the fashmioni of "'pmk an<
white" will be of practical use-liki
the "hay-feet," amid "strwi-foot" for th<
--Dr. Caver at a recent exhibition ii
Enigland, placing ten glass balls on thi
groindt, fired a bullet inmto the -turf im
imediatehy bemneat h. Tfhe missile tear
ing up tile soil, threw the balls lint<
the air, and they were broken as thte.,
rose, lie also pierf'ormed the feat o
strickiing a pennmy throwni edgeways Ii
a strong winmd, and then shot an upph
stuck oni a knife and held by his ser
v'ant wihmo wias at full gallop.
-"Shirley Daie" dares to wirlt<
thusly: "I wish American ladies ani~
gent lemnen would take to thme fashom
of' wearing hand-k nit thread, wool ana
silk stockings." She adds that such
stockings cuan be bought for four diol
laris per pair'. It Is priobably on ac.
count ofthieir' cheapness that edlitori
dIon't wvear' them5. News~paper mer
have become so accustomed to wear
lng stockinigs costing tell anid fifteem
dlollare a p)i11r that they wiill not takc
kindly to the suggestion to discardl
them for a chieapeir and inferior article,
COwsuiMPTION CuaRiD.-.An 01ld physician, re
tired frma practice. having had placed in his
handits by anm East India misonary the formau
Ia om a almple vegetable temnedy, for the speed~
antd permanont euro for consumption, bronem'I
tis. eatarrh, asthma, and all thr oat and lung
affections. alo a positive and radical cure for
mne: vous debility and ait nervous comnplaint,
after having tested its Woriderful curative pow
ers ini thousands of eases, has felt it his duty
to make it known Ito his suffering follows.
Actuated by this motive, and a desir-e to
relieve human suffering, I will sand, free of
chanrg toi all who destro it, this recipe, with
mn, FrenchsorEngish. Se by Ai byad
dressing with stamp, naming this paper. W,
'. iiherar, 149 P'owers' Block, Rochester,'New
rapril so-4w e
FO a dplesn smoetry the
cen ts each, at F. W; BIABENIOHT's,
Washington stree~ Rear of Town
Hall- april 26-8mn
NIOCE lot of iu r Edgng
A TORPID LIVER :
Is tihe fruitful sotren of many d:seakes, proal. It
I:t mla.ut4 wailch a:
DYSPEPSI, SICK-.2EADACIIE, COSTIVENESS 10
DY. EI T t.Y, C:LIJ3 V:-1, .G'UE AND FEVER
i~lI~CE, PILE3, RHEUMATSM, KIDNEY COM- e
PLAINT, UOL., ETC. r
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loa of Appetite and Nausea, the bowels e
aro cositve, b,3 s oetues A.ternate with d
looonos, rain in the Hand, accompanied
with a4 Dull sensation in the back partFamn
in the right sida and underthe shoulder- 1
blade, fullness alfter entn( with aduine fn
olinattion to aeortion of body ormind, Irri.
tability of tesmper, Lowspirits,Lossot I
memory, with ai fe,ling of having neglected 1
some duty, Genrl wearineas Dizzine"s,
Fluttering at the Ileart. DotW before the
eyES, Yelo s Skin, Hetdacho generally
overihe riAht cyo, R-stlessness &t night
with lit fiat draarns, highly colored Urine.
IF Tr:SBVARNINOD ARE UN;ZEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL 500N BE DEVELOPED.
nro o apolalIy acazipted to such
(43, a si;-13 close effoOts
tn chnage cf fooling as to
o -th cao u irer.
e1 e.t.IIr . adV.e frosit aIbeIs. iee that are
Ia.-, .i, 'm any paroprlee that un itdu re
fu: na eAt atelth aat er allctai.ulean. They
ria e . (h-.*nns, P'e it'y, tnnd 1stvls'orate
I he. enm.. a', My eteen. I C levi"r tile ongo
grose:ei 1.1ver, they cleanse the bleed
tin um nao!umtis ois ht ouia ra, Will al huis aismiars
,enailis AN a vitality to tihe body, caumina I
th.- Uomats te sut iiintaarniy, without
usiimih Lsa ale cala l'eet well.
A Nobtod Divino sayS:
m -. iyrT:--Deqr ir; For ten years I bhre been
AP .t.n d e t
'..r ~ ~'mri'n.i te ream.,innmaded to ins. 1 U4
I'* '-ad xmaiim-o -. uirrt ion pern i rertir stools,
.ni. ,t I ve ?A n4 farty ocund soi d Aesh.
itse a w'rtu t -slr mtegi.t in A-ca
P. LV. 31t. ),. hiIMPS") 1 in ville, K,.
Their flirt effrt in to Innrensta tle Appetite,
ni can-C tile body to TI'ake olt l0sh, thtus time
I'rtelm is uoutri'ihed, and by their Tonic Ae
tion on tihs itigstive Orgasis, Itegular
kitool arr producet.
BR, J, F. HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
"aw dika s's exisi th-At cannot be relieved by re.
Mwa i, x tits lie to, ate 6mia fa eaonN., and for
tak pnrvisu ro a i vr be-t inmren: d tati
t116 As 11 Ppy ..n efimut as MSJ 1 -1 Li[b."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
Ohime na murray ttreet, Now York.
7" Dr. rUTT'8 MAN UAL of Valuable Infor
mtnsionm samci Useful 1cipta " will be talledfre.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
MAT HAIR Olt WunsuEns cianged to a GLosat
Fin AuK b)' Is stingle APPtiantin oft Win DMr.. it ins.
mmmtAaUraiIitor, aid tia Jt-ntaneomusly. and is
i tnleova an spnnim(i witear. Fold by D~raggiati. eir
inM by expnress tat romtaipt ot $1.
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THlE "Wild Adventures" and "TrIumnphs" OF
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PA RSON'S Purgat ive Pills make new rich blood
anid-will com~ileitely chantga the blood in the
cniro aystem in three mintha. Any pterson
whowil tkeone pill each night from one to
twlewesma ersoe to .eound hecalt
if ;uch a thtng be ;o~tmlbia. Sont b y malli for 8
3 Jottr stamnps. I . 8. JOII NSON & CO., lmagor,
- ILAYKE RACIK.
BENSON'S CAPCINE POIIOUS Plaster
is for lamoness or weakness of the
back, rheumatism and local aehe.' and
p.'ins, the best remea.dy know ..' It was invent
ed toovercomo thae slow actilon of the ordinary
fPorous Plasters. It reilieves pa n at once, and
curtes where other plasters wvill not even re
liev , Sold everywhiero by Druggists. Price,
~.ST RAW HIATS,
8UGENHIEIMER & GRIOESCilEL'8.
P. 8.-One hundred Parasols at 25
E/IEP Cool. Ice, Lemons rand
.I.Soda Water at MORNING STAR
SALOON, 1Eear of Town~ Ha]],
NEW stJJMMER >COOJR.
' MPROVEMENT OF 1870.
AO' DOES NOT ffEAT THE HOUSE
Perfeet for all kinds of Uooking and Heat
Always ready and reliable.
IRE FRIEND OF ALL I
"1 had no appetito; Holloway's Pils
ve til1 AV On'o00."
-Your L1*ll Re nxrvlous."
-I send for another box, and koep them
"Dr. Holloway has oured my headache
at was chronie.
-I gave one of yotr Pills to my babe
r oholora muarbus. Tho dear little
ing got well in a day."
44 n ause of a morning is now
-Your box of Ilolloway's Ointment
Arod mo of noises in the head. I
ibbe(l somne of your Ointment bohiid
ko ears and the noiso has left."
"S.nd me two boxes; I want ono for a
*-I encloso a dollar; your price is 25
nts, but tho medicino to me is worth a
"Sand mo flye boxes of your Pills."
"Let me havo threb 'oxes of your
ills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
bese, but want of space oompels me to
Fon CUTANEoUS DISORDERS,
na all eruptions of thn skin.. this Oint
ient is :noot invaluable. It does not
eal externally iane, but penetrits
'i i the most searebing effects to the
erv rcnt of evil.
ROLLOA IV Y'S OINTMENT.
Posse.s.ed of this remedy, every men
my be own doctor. It may be rubbed
ito the system. so as to reach any in
ernal complaint; by those mens, cures
ores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
iver, spine or other parts. It. is an in
Illible remedy for bail legs, bail breasts,
outracted or atitfjoints. gout. rhouma.
isim1 and all s8kinl diseases.
11POUTO.NT CAUToN.-None are genuine un
's4 the sigMat ure of J. iIAYCOCK as agent for
he United States surroulnds each box of P11s
nid Gintment. Boxes at 25 coat.f, 62 Cents, and
CW- There Is considerable savinr by taking
Lie larger sizes. HIOLLO WAY & Co.,
T 1S FALSE ECONO'MY TO nWUI A CHEAP 0
GAN WHEN A FLW DOLLARs MORSE WILL
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WASON & IIAMLIKI
V r V LOWEST PRICED.
POOlt1ST AND DEAREST.
Ur IGHfEST PitICED).
NE W STYLES.
'.ix Stops, Elegani
so, of now do
,ign, only - - $80
Ten Stops, 4 Set
heeds in New StyE
- - .4 a only - - - $0
Ten Stops, A 3#ts- Reeds, Mirror To
Case, with Gold Bronze Ornamentatior
only-.- - - - - $10(
OVER 1001,000 MADE AND SOLI
Winners of the highest honors at th
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PARTS - - 1867 VIENNA - 181
SANTIAGO . 1875 PHILA., PA. 18'
PARIS - - - 1875 SWEDEN -- 8
Endorsed by Franz Liszt, Thseodo1
Thonmas, Ole Bull, Gottschalk, Straus
Wa~rren, Morgan and over one thousam
eminent musicians of Europe and A mer
ca. .The testimony as to the immense sl
perzot'iy of these instruments overa
ndisputablo.~ ' - ~~"'
RENTED UNTIL PAID FO]
These Organs are now offered purocha
era by monthly instalnments of fromns
to $li0, or will ho rented until the re:
p~ays far them. From one to three yeal
time gives, for payment.
Special reduction givens to Churche
Schools and Pastors, Agents wvants
everywhere. OIrgans sent on trial to an
part of the South. WVe paiy freight be:
wvays if not satisfaotory.
SOUTHERN WHOLEAL DEPON
. kr the nmore convenjent supply
,ousm horn trade a Southern Whol'.sa
Depot has beern estalished1 at .savannal
Ga., from which D-alers. Churoche
Teachers, and the retail trade can I
supplied at N. Y. and Boston factor
rates. For Illustrated Catalogues, pric
lists and full information, addre-ss
-- LUDDEN kBATES,
Manufactuirors' Wholesale Agents.
moh 2(i 3m
A God iveCents Cigar-tl
. "After Dinner.," at F. WV. B ABE
NIOJHT'8, Rear of Town Hell.
The toilowinag is the gresent scheduml of err'
vais on the Q h:1riottro. Columfbiai and Aullsaat
lItailroadl, ons the bit'4Is of Wu'hinrgtoni tie
which is ab tute Sixteen minutes issr hs
DAY PA53ENGE!I---ooNG NoITHK.
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Cornwalra """---............. 8.52 "
DAT PAssENGER-OoING soOTE.
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Simpson's """ "" ' ' "" 28
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B.yh.wod ."."""""'""8.11 *.
.............--.. 4.10 '0
NIGHT PAssEtNGER-oo.00NG NOIBTU.
Woodwari's''''''''''''''''9 119, A. -
.....-----.....'...... 1.08 'i
RIGHT PAssENGER--..GOING B0UTE.
Jhsester.... . ......
Jorniwall's.... ... *.. -... .1,Ad
Jlaecstock . . - * * 8.80 "
o ads - . - -, 48d '
& &** -. -. - - 5.00 -
-- ,5.88 '4
Canned Ooods--..Tomato,~ Peach.,
sSalmion, Sazrdines, Pickles, '&o.
Teas--Gunpoiwder and 1onn
Efson- 3. I. BEALTX &(@,
This Important organ weighs 14ht about three
pounds, and all the blood in a living person (tout
three gallons) passes through it at least once every
half hour, to have the blic and other knapuritleg
strained or :iltered fron It. le the natural
apur tive of the bowels, and if the ,lver becomes
tor d It Is not separated front the blood, but car
throug the veins to all parts of the system,
and lin try ng to escape through the pores of the
skin, causcs It to turn yellow or a dirty brown
cotor. The stomach becomes diseased and .
pepsia, IndigstIon, Constipation Headache 1i
ousness, Jaundice, Chills, Ialarial Fevers, I'lics,
Sick and Sour Stomach, and general debility fol
low. M t.ttttttLL's Hur1ATNS4, the great vegetable
discovery for torpidity, causes the Liver to throw
off front one to two ounces of bile each time the
blood passes through it, as long as there Is an ex
cess of bile; and the effect of even a few doses
upon yellow com lexion or a brown dirty looking
skin, will astonis all who try it-they being the
first symptouls to disappear. rho cure of all bill.
ous diseases and Lifr comRplaint Is made certain
b ]taking HsaraT:n in accordance with directions.
Headache Is generally cured In twenty minutes.
and no disease that arises from the Liver can exist
if a fair trial iscirven.
ODAS s eU'BSTITUTE POR 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, aries from the
Opium or Morphine treatment, which simply ste.
pefies as the work of dea:b goes on. Oso,ooo will
be aid if Opium or Morhlnc, oray preparation
of tum,l o hine or 1 russic Acid, can be found
Oin GCO FLOwnR Counat Svaur, which has
cured people who are living to-day with but one
remaailig ung. No-greater wrong can be done
than to say that Consumption is Incurable. The
G.oDS FLOwHR Coan Svasur will cure It when
all other means have failed. Also, Colds, Cough,
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the throat
and lungs. Read the testimonials of the iun.
Alexander H. Stephens Gov. Smith ar. Ex-Gov.
lrown of Va., ion. Oco. Peabody, as well as
those of other remarkable cures In cur book-free
to all at tha dug stors-and be convinced that it
you wish to be cutred you can be by taking the
faGsLODa l'Le)WR COUeGH SYRUP.
Take no Traches or Lozenges for Sore ThroAt,
when you can et (ILons FLowrar Sysnur at sara.
price. For sa by alt Draggists
icO25 Cents and $1.00
Grave mistsukes are made in the treatment of all
diseases tnat arise from poison in the blood. Not
one case of Scrofula Syphilis., White Swelling,
Ulcerous Sores r.nd Dkin Disease, In a thousand,
is treated without the use of Itercury In some forn..
Mercury rots the bones, and the diseases it po.
duces are worse than any other kind of blood or
skin disease can be.O 4Dit. PEsDEnToN's STILLX.
GSA or Q.IUEN'S DaLsGHT is the only medicine
upn which a hope of rccoe'er front Scrofula,
philis and lercurial diseases in all stages can e
reasonably founded and that will cure Uance!
p *ro,ooo will he paid by the proprietors If Mercury,
. or any ingredient not purtly vegetable and harsa.
Slets can be found lIs it.
Price b all Priugists $r.o.
Gona FrLowun Covan * S'.-ur and MUnItuLS
ml UaaAraNIe POs rTM LIVERs for sale by all Ltna.
gists In 2S cent and $s.oo bottles.
A,F, EBELL : CO., Proprietorn,
e FIRE WINTER
:AT COST FOR CASH.
s These goods are of nico pattern and
5 good styles. Call early and get a bargain,
* eb2 McMASTER & BRICE.
* EVER !
CHARLOTTESVILLE CAS8IMERE8 CHEAPER
THAN EVER l
CHA RLOTTESVILLE CASSIMERES CHEAPER
e THAN EVER?!
CHARLOTTESVILLE CARSIMtERES CHEAPER
I ITilAN EVER I
Chasrlotteavjillo Casatmneres and Jeans,
3. F. McMASTER & CO.
SMITH'S WORM OIL
reionuwen GAhecebr0 es
A 01/ ng s aceI ao luie r I tysr n ost
te orm an, d he asx da opasdw
dos To ylitlor, The ydr lcan h