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TH F NINS AND 1I1,10 LD.
WINNSjsO.ui), 8. o.
TUESDAY MIORNING, D[0iy 13, 1*470.
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. A 4Ns DA VIS, EWIToit.
JKO. A. R E YNOIiD. As(ootATI .urotl.
TimE CO .D exodtts Is not. get tiig
OI1 very well. Eiiigrat lio colnveil
tionis 1r0 lioldiig everywhere, but
levertelIeq the legroes a0 comning
back from Kaitias.
Tilt-: WAsHITNroN corresiOlde.lt of
the NOw York JIer(ldN says.1 (lhat Se na
tor Morgan, of Alabama, is the most
oloqucit; n lin Coigress. Ile is
young, bitt i. regarded its the cosing
man on the Deiocrat le side.
Tim SN.\rE comlittee have inti
mated to Mr. I 11y the propriely of
withdrawing the nottiltit ion of (Corbiii
to bo United States Chief Jus
lice of Utah. Otherwise they will
subject his frandu1tileny to the mort illet
tion of havIng his reconnuntdatin 0re
tilrlled to him disapproved.
The Lion's Bray.
WhIrlten fith Okolona States first b
gani to deliglt. sLwaiVr( poli(icilil by
its 1ensele1s brlVH, public sentti
ment was divided a1s to whetlier ltie
fiery youig 1inn111 who walted to inu.t
gurate ia iew rebellion was i lItiatic or
a scoundrel. Thle illowing iter
Written by 11him to the clairnniiuit o' the
01110 Reptiblicall party solves thie
OFiFtcE Ti-:t "SOuintlN S'rEs,"'
OKowONA, Aluss., April 3o, 1879.
Gen. J. 8. Rohinson:
Tle papers have been sent agreeable
Tihe points aire add1111 t-hot, 1his
week, And all of' theit will hit l1ard.
It is aidlvisa)le to lave themtt coIded Its
oxtenIsively ats pos1sVi. We will
mark (then for our Northern ex
(ongressman Frye regardi* it. as a
We will give them hell according to
thle extnit of the virenltifon. Thei
latgr theosubscription list the louder
the tutitder. YousN with respect
W11.1 1. h:IK.I:NAN.
conlgressm nan Frye will not. bluIsh
whenI he (ids 111i trick discovered. 1 i
Is beyond all sitane. lut respectable
mid credulous Northerners, when the%
see how they have beeni gulled, will
wniit to go out quietly somewhere and
use had11 words. The 4ass's bray has
worked out through the lion's skin.
A House Divided Against Itself.
For tit inharimoniousq government
coliienid its to the city of Charleston.
For some time 'Mavor Stile and the
Aldermen have not been workIng liar
liontiously, but at (he list meel11mg till
open rtipture occurrod. The maim or
read aL iessage to council Onl Home
tions, int whli lie dulibbedi thle mieaisure
a piece of politia trickery, whereat
the aldlermien refuised to receive (lie
mnessaige and left. thle counc I chamber,
anid ini another roomi pass~ed a resolui
tiont oirderhtig the clerk not. to publish
the meissaige in the Je' i tail. Alayor
8atle at onte ihne thtreatenedi to arrest
Aldermuan (Chishiolmt. This scene
rivaled the occurreliees otf the tiunious
Pbilbury council, where aldermien
occasionially Iiredl upon each ot her for
dliversion. Without iniquiinug into0 the
theta, it would appear thatt Mlayor
Sale is in (lie wronig, as the atidermuen
were)tiil nuanhouts int theiru actiont.
Th'le eity DIemiocr'acy is also on the
brink of' a fir'st-lass mtuddle, thme conI
tentdhig parties being tihe cit.'executive
commllittee anid the ward presidenits.
lIn view of tihe mnilplah election ini
Novemiber thle ward priesidentts request -
cd the excntive commliittee to take
stops to reorganize the patty. A quo
rumt of the committee met, and, by a
vote of' tve to fouir, piroposed a plan11
regtilting the initmer of tnintathlig
canididates in October, thtus assumtintg
enitiro control of (lie camtp ulgnt. Th'le
watrd presidenits chihnt that the comn
mnitteo has not this power, but * isly
able to call p~relimiinary mnootinigs to
inlaugurtate a new camapaignt in wviihih
the plan of ntomiintiton may be matde
by delegates or' coniuniit teemen iv'eshi
fromt the people. The commtiittee at
a stubsequent mteethlig rei'itsed to re
ceive the comnicilatio~n. There are
now two diverse views in the city,
somoc D~emocrats upholdinig the com
mnitteo, others declaring it fun~ctus of
,flo. If some measur'es are not takeni
forthwith to eff'ect a reconebliation,
there may be two sets of candidates,
each claiming regitlarity. The efiet
of this is ap)parenit. 1Bowen andi
Maickey anld perhaps Ctampbell w~ill
have things their ownt way. Some
body must back down, and as it. is tal
ways satbir to have a fi'esh expression
from the people, it seemns proper' that
the executive committee shiould sub
mit its claims to the party and have
some definite nderstanding, iastead of
occupying the amibiguous position it
The Week in Washiir gtou,
The atmnosphore at the National
Capitol is clearing away somewhat,
andi after all the Democrafs have good
reason to anticipate substantial victo
ry. As we have said before, Presi
(lent Hlayes Is expected to approve the
amended bi11 to prevent troops at the
polls. Seoral Republicans voted for
it desite the party lash applied by
Conkling and Edmunds. Rlepubliants
call it an emasculated bill, which
would be truo if te Democrats ouigi
nally intended, as was charged, to
cripple thie curts amnd the President,
ei~ 6er body else. But as nothing.
Sj eo thi the mere prevention of
~~ at etlnswas ovet'intended,
o s9inQ~ ttg n all they wanted,.
~ ~ri ~fl4so no on thel~ ide.o
~t evte ri*ot he fetoah
manillideil by Ilh South. 'lIe light vill
be mnude over the deptity marials,
aItid I'resideit, I nyes is expected Id
fIght this to the enid, though the oro
I)orted suggestion of She rmuanu that
tho snarshals bo appoluited by the
courts from Opposito- parties m1ay b'
adopted Is fihe basis of a compromise.
i. thee0 inasures are1 cariedi a1 alitici
pafed, ijil Ole silbantfiall fruits will
rest, with the I )emiocrats ; and t he
Radicals, Sheared of their illegal pow
er1S, will experience discomiflture at the
poll-?. It Should niot he forgotten tluai
lit. thev ouliset (Ihe SouthI stiptilatted onlyV
For ti repel of I te tes. oalt h1 and the
resiriction of' thw 3r. The super
visor bill wa; demanded by .Northern
DIeumocrats, 111( oily coiceded by tlho
Soulern Illeilers ill cane1us after at
warmIl li-Seus.,ionl. Aiud y).v. the 1Radi
ents batsed :ill their revolti onary ftalk
oin lie lust bill and charged (he South
with, ilstigariling) it, inl order to pre
vent iir electiols. IBoth purties haive
mi:1llhfeist ed at good deaIl o1 nos11e8LIs(
and blusier, aned neither will succerd
inl doing all it. set. out to( accomplish.
But tIe l)eiioerauts noE)v haIve the
alvantage. We hope they will be wvise
enlough to keep It.
'ThIe Seaiitle has b'en wranglin Ig over
Kello 'gg. The 1)emocrats propose to
allow the case to be re-opeled for new
evidienc. The ltadical s clii t1halt tile
Case was s ettled wheln Kellogg wIs
seat~ed. The Inl-gunient sevitus to rest
in hlit, poiint whether Spotlbrd has new
evidencee, it being" apparenly~) arigued
that uIless Ie. evidence is adhblieed
tie flormei it o' tIe Sena1te is coii
c usive. - Some DeIioeraits aIgree,
however, flint tie caise wis not Aully
arIgLied. The Diemlocrats disiinctly
823te thait (lie expulsion of Kellogg
does not necessarily mean the seinllg
The nat1ional quarant111inle bill wvill
liardly pa, thIe(- ol )Pion to if being
tha it. sulper'isedes local regtil on1s,
an31d is thereflre i Centralizing and
possi1bly tlnIger(ols inceasur1e. Stranige
to say, Soe of' tie stiong.est St ate's
rights speeches were ma3de by Hadi
cals. h'liings get ilixed ocalsionally.
The louse is debating a bill to per
ilit unlimited coilage of silver. It
will not pass. A more exteled
criticisl of its feaatueoes will be made
CALFORX.'A S x W VoxS11 UTION.
A taitlIeal Changei lit Orgaite Law--uVIiat
livstla K r3 l aiy Ahout It.
Catlil'orIia 111 just adopled at new
constitution i'ainiied last %-ear Iv it
Slate Conyeition. Dennis Keariey
11111de lin1 ellort to captir 0e tCon1ven
ionl bt. 1hilied. 1lo.vever,a nuiberi o'
t1118Is inl thle Colveltion joined tle
Kxearnuey iles in enitire'ely changintg the
orgale' law of, 'alioia, preven3ting
st)ek guiinblinlg, taxingr 1110mtgages an11i1
ter i a 0(here iicotest theu W orkLingIeni and1
the tfir'i~ers 13n tihe Iinter'ior e.'i-ied the
dayv. The new C'onstitutionl conitalins
much01 (11at is good 111 and 1 much that (is baid.
1(ts adoption 1$ genlerllyi !oniderl01ed uni
tfortunaiite. Kleatrnov is elated4 and1(
writes to the New' tork 11rald:
"We have carie(d th ue 1leeon in the
inlter'est oft the people algalinst the com13
blned forces o1f (110 1 )emiocrati and114 Re
pulbllian thieves w ho coalleseedi with
landi( shar1ks, stock ma114 niltors, short
card playvers, albortioniists, shioulder lit -
(0ers, wii lske0v bu ers~11, bludgeoni mur1
dererPs, leh iou hyorites, wor'ship
Th'1ey O.1nplIyed ever'y hireling scr'iibbler,
bought up1 inei-tenths of tihe p)aplers o1'
Statie. Spent mUiilon of maner~i, and1(
wer'e r'outed, horse, foot and dlrllgoon~s,
011n1 the day1o election1, by miorali 11101
and( v'tuous~ woien~." '''1 am11 asked
what will be the etleet 01' yester'dav's
electjin? In1 aniswert I will say (finlt
capiital will be better protected, but
will be tauxed forI such'1 prlotet:on1.
Look ait thle pre'set. stalte of' aitirls
Aln Eniglishi capitalist comles to our1
State, ret'u~ses to become11 a citizen,
damns11 011 o urhg and4 011 o uryas, IoanIs
idis mon3ey to farmiiers~ at the r'ate of 031e
and a1 haff1 1per cent1. 3a month, lives ini a
hotei0, is prlot'tecd by tihe police, fire
n110n anid ('our1ts; yet h0 pa3ys 1no ta1xes
f'or suchl pr'otectionl. Th'iis is salppinig
thle litfe blood( of the people. lInterest
loanled inl ElnglandI(, Fran~lce, &c. New'
utdust ries wvill be pr'oseen1ted. The
1)c(111pe will becom11 prosperd1ous, labor01
will beC emanc11ipated, and14 tile unlthlink
lng maj3lori( y, as we are0 stiled, w'll do
it. Tlhe Chiniese mullst go, thie ''bread
and( water" Ilecebier must go, the
scein01111g Taillage mulst go, th~e hech
r'otus bholoders miust go ; Sherm31anl,
Shiyiock, Syn~dien'te & Co. mulst go, as
neither01 cani exist tunder thle new or'der
of thlings, and intelligencee based upon01
vir'tue, h onesty and commnon senlse will
intrloduIc piniciples that1 mu1(st slurvive
anid r'ule the wiorlId."
AN ANE'CDOTE OF' GAInAL I..
"Garibaldi's r'eturnl to Rome was tile
occasion of anl afUbeting demollstr'ation
of popular love, wich recalls to mind1(
011e of t1h most chlaracterilstic episodes
of his. glorious career. Whlen lie enter
ed Naples lie was exceedinglv tired
and lhe wenlit to bed at on1ce. lIe haud
just tllen asleep when0I tan en01i)Ormos
crowvd of lazzaironi rolled to the piazza
in front of (the palace antd began to
shlout deatenling evvivas. At one
Lulgi Gusmeoitl, the ihithtiil friend of
(lhe l iberator, spranlg to the door and
said ill a low tone, 'The Gener'al is
asleep.' From11 tile foremost iranks of
the crowd thie password wenit in a few
seconds (lie rounid of tho blazza. ilm
med0ilately, as if tuider' the spell of a
magic force, a deaud silence wa'&s estaib
lishied. 'We had better go, and let him11
rest,' whispeered the men0 0110 to thue
other. They turined back anld left 01n
tIptoe. 1In a minute the piazza was
-Lucy has posed the little rustic
model, and Mary Maud and Madeline
sit, pencil in hand, readv to catch an~d
tranisibr to paper the ehId's expression
of' wonderment and delight as it lIst
enls, for the first tine In its 11te to the
mlurmur of' the shell. Lucy: "Now,
darling, put the pretty shell to your ear
an~d har twhtIt says I" Itustio Mo
del; "Lor ! is that all! Why a beor jug
cani do that1"-Pnch.
-Chcago 2Vimee eiquette:"t
urnsunlosa you wear
Ti'IP ip(llINOf CIN.EL (ITY.
A cUlinacitlaiu'n oa.,nses of Liro iI
Joht-l. itherford-1, who returnedI
recently fromi a btsiniesas til) to Le1t
ville, ColoradUo, gives, iln a t il n JIa-.
utes' talk. a better idea of the place
thia could be lad out of a dozen or
dinary letters. lie went there to sell
pipes flor %water works and gas works.
From Webster, the railroatd terininus,
sevently infIles fr()l- I)enIver, the t ravel
erl nalust stalge it oine hun1ldred miles to
Leativille. Atnd roughi stigingr it is
over Ilae Iloilitains, including .2,500
l'eet rise of' (le timlber line. Lead
ville is 11,000 tieet above tile sea. Oi
first reaching tIlit, aititude olle has
great diillculty i filling the lung-s. It
takes a day or two to goet ov r tile
feeling of ~taifcltionl. A sHow storil
baoiglat. great relief, the atinosphero
A few maonths ago Leadville had
eight hun1ldlrei ii.latbitants ; no w it hats
eighltt.eI IlltoIaud, thle 1,re udollitioity
llineI's. Thieae aC ou' hauldrI atn1111d
lit'iv Cyprials ill (ho place, aniid
flil'ty decent. wome1Vn.
ILenltiville las tiroe tholsald hjouses
and slaanties ai'd two streets. There
are Only 1wo brick hon1ses inl (lie place. I
At l'glt whien work is (onle for tile
day, these streets are packed witi
people. Long linles of' Ien foriml at
he post.ollice whenl the naiails are dis
tribuitd. Tle principal It aid first-class
ITcoliilOdaitiolls 1110 lit the "Grand
Centrail I totel" and t( the "Tontine"
restauran t, board four (ollaIrs 1er day,
with good f(ood atil plenat.y of vlerfiin.
Alth ough the superiniendents of
unies lire consiantly cialing for meu
lt three dollars an1d'three dollars and
a hall' er day, there are thrce thousand
idle Ie ini itho place. A min1e calls
lor filly me alvllt three dollars an Id at ha111
per dily, and i hal klozen l011hy respond.
'1'The stperiltendent ipeals to tile
author1ities, an1d ieliladiatelv fl.tv mtaei
are' piCketd upl as. vianan tini ist (o
vorak on the streets. 'T'ly cannot, be
f'orced to work it tie mii tins; but, tihey
ell be imuide to (to tile city sone ser
vice. TIhe result, is that ider tle inl
tluenve , this warning, a lot. of thlel
are ildiced to go to the tililles and
Conl1imlieniOe work. And so with the
While Mr. Iutelmtrf'ord was in Lead
ville Ie saiw ait offir of' $3,500,000 foir
property tilat cost its owners about 141,
000. Semitor.lones and associattes o'
ered thni. anount for three mines, one
oIf whieb cost. $60,000, and the third
$-40,00. The owners held oil', de
T Ihe first. hiinani arrived wvhile
Mr. Hit herlo'rd wiS tCiere. No soiner
I:td hit! Ilighitt'd f'OIi tlie tolp of the
siltae ta e was slrrounded b~v a
lot oft iien and ilareled oil to 'lie
graveyard, where le was told hle could
reinila inl Leadville save its it "stiff."
H himiiedlatelv an1d cheerfully start
ed for "Fair Play." 'he L'lladville
people have sworn* that they will not
Tlthe iiet. that this wanderer fromat the
Orient is willing to work, while thriee
thotisaid white nen reftise to work,
does niot opeirate in his tavor lit the
least. The trouble is, lie is too
VhIi'skey, s0111 very good Mid some
verv bad, sells it. twenlt v-lIve Cents per
(1rink ; eider it twenty-llve cents pier
>'oitle. Water works aiid gas works
Leadilie is wtell governed. Ini the
midst o' till t hose rough meat and bad
are etlic'ienat, aind there are two well
organ ized vigilance10 coniittees., A
b~iko mtan had1 robbed a miines 'of
$ 138. Il cwats poinited out. With
1half it dozen0 piistols ait his head lie
threw ill both linds and1( qutietly' took a
siltting. His gold watch aind' chain,
pistol, kers, ete.iti an $80 were taken
t'romn himi. The $138 having been1 re
Ituraed. t) thle inelr, thle balanice was
11ande1 d over' to thle chairniani of the
wvas thlen given a start of' fifty viards
thraoutgh the pinciipal streets anid the
"'go" wats giv'en hiun. Then he started,
with at dozen plistol bullets telarinlg uip
the grounid behinid himt. It is sup
lposed lie is still runinag. This was
T1hie mines are rich both in lead and
silver, and1( are said to bo mnore pr'omis
hng 11han1 even1 the~ fart-fametLd Comistock
Tut.: Zer.U W~Aro.-There atre two
priincip~al kinids of assagals, the throw
mug anid the stabbiing, thei latter with a
lonig an straigvht blade. To a Katlir
this weapon is litterally' the stafroi
life. With it lie kills his eniemy andi(
his game, slaughiteirs and ents iup is
caittle, tr'ains their horns, shavies his
owanor his nte'ghb r's haeadO, d->es his
oilier jobs of varli'ous stirts. Ini its orig
inalh form, thie assagai wats essemiially a
niissle, but the ren )wnel'd Cliaka, among
other illttary reformnt', coavier'ted it
mhto a shorter and heavier stabbing
spear, nait for thtrowig, and10 only to
be, used at close quart ers. Trhe shaft,
wIth an avera'to length of niearly five
f'eet, na d at diameter equal to a muau's
little flinger, is outt from the assagii
tree( Curtisic jrginec), which is not
unilike mtahlognuy.' Tlhe wood Is britle
yct clastic, the littler quality git ing the
speat: t hat peculiar vibratort' motion
on which Its accuracy of' flight so much
depends. On acconu~t of the brit tIe
ness, a novice ill break many shafts
before he learns to thtrowt his assagal
secuindi'm r'lem. Inaptly cast, the
shlnl as soon as It reaches the gi'ound
Is liable to whipl for'ward a:1d break otr
short above the blade. Trhe assagail
heads are gentera' 1y blade-shaped, some*1
contsist of a mere spike, andi a few are
barbed. When the first shape is
adopted, whether witht or withotut the
barb, there is inv'arlably a raised ridge
along the cetntre of the blade, which is
concave oni 0110 sIde and convex on the
other. The reasons assigned for this
pecullailty of shape are that this blade
acts like the feathers of an arrow, and
that, as the heads are always made of
soft Iron, they canl be more easily
sharpened when bhmtted by use.
-London01 Wrorij:--"Ani Irish en1
thulsiast inamed O'H~art has done his
counitry ani eomhutnt service by bring
ing ont a valuable book of genealogi
cal and antlquarIin research, ie es
tablishes beyontd contlradilction that
the Queen is lInteally descended' n'om
Hleremon, the second mionarch of Ire
land, whio was thiry-soventh in
s'.rahght line f'om Adam; that he
(O'Itrt) is a cousin not very remotely
related of Her Majesty, anld that Irish
was the language spoken htt tho Garden
of Eden amt ever on until the 001n
fttuon of 'tongues that -arrested the
bididing contract at Babel. -This is
oots~ngbutibrone patint~h'? refleo.
1b itrIsh ivas tho -lnguag oj
he@~ lt mus1t ha~ve been the O1u
a t tche hoort out 'delushored' Eve,
i'.zi'In Anoxic xx LX"oyTrn AMEICA.
A young Americai, who is now
traveliig oil business inl Soutii Ameri
ca, writes from Lima, Peru, regari'ding
tthe ulse and abuse of' per 1Ioney inI
the several South Ailericani 8tates:
"III these South American R1epublics
General Butler's. Ideas have long siice
been ti.-id. ji' Buenos Avres, for
listanice, the laboring.m pr1ospers to
fi e biggest. ex te.nt possible. In that
cify comllilloll woking ie' n gwet as high
as $30 a diy; anldc'-eeIn $.0, and there
is no ordinaliiR against backmno
charging $151for the fbriefest- kind of
rides, an1d thellowest class of all labor
ers will not look at you for less thai
$1 a day. The slowest iad mkost
ignor'aniit. off all forelign clerks gets
$20,000 per anlum a I was intro
<hiced to young m1en who received
$75,000 per year. Millionaires arc as
plenty 11s grass. I 8ippog our labor
lig nn, il their unthinking way,
would tike this state of aifhiirs to be
SiIply perfectiol, but people Can't
forget, thle gold batsis, anud- the trouble
is tte paper 101lollar Is worth but three
Cnts m IIgold, ud youi can't buy cotton
alth o I 'OIless0 thaI.n 15 a yard, nor a
single 8i11111 loat'of' biead for less thai
$3. In Chili gold is it a preliluli of
3.5 per cent. n livia hey have a
silver currency only, because, long
beiore I was born, the paper mills of
the land-gave out, an11d now the igno
rant work people canniot be made to
look at at paper dollar there, be it ever
so good. In UrTu'gnuay Ilhe last revolu
ioll was a paper one, antd the 0111y
thing for 4hem1 te (10 was to follow
Bolivia's example, so Dietntor Latorre
issuted at flat and snufl'ed out 'florever'
1111 Paper iloney fo111 thie ln1d. Thev
likewise ulse not(hintr but silver coin.
"In Peru gold is Worth 110 per
cent.., tiolri it las bechi 250 per cent.
I lEre every1>ody is trVillg to "et rid,
by somlle lioniorable method, of the
cirise of anll over-issue ot' paper, before
it becomes too late. * * * All
political parties ill 1'eriu aire uniilng to
get Sone11 tangible result from the
prescult inlixed up Condition orffihirs,
tnd out of the various conllictinr in
ttrests. Our currelt piper o11l10eV ill
Lima is so black, especially florty cent
pieces, 1tt y'olu Caln wili didlleulty
a 'scertlinl th'eir vailues. They also
11111( Ilate the Currency, bad as it. is;
aid it a m hais onliy a forty cent
piece, ud Wialits to pay twenty cents,
or halt', hie tears (he bill in o. As
for ten or twenty centt. pieces, they re
semble flakes of mud l'or aill vou 1 can
read onl them. This tearin' plrocess
was stctioned by speciaT flailt of
Governnient. The banks thenii refused,
of course, to redeei the rags, the
ftoreign hainks lppealling to their lega
t101s, so the tearing libeorty had to be
given up, though 0'veu now pretty
much ait) (lie fractional money we got
hau beCtI ton."
WHEIRE CON RESSMEN EAT.
Angry Talk Over the Appointment of
.chiamberii am Rtestauraont-Keeper.
[Wosti aU ton Lotter.)
There is a good deal of' aigry coin
ment onl the part, ot' Republiclans over
the selection My the louse commlilittee
on piblie l)uildinIgrs aIind glrou(dls of'
John1 F. Chamiberlain for keeper ot'the
restauiltra lit under the House of' iRepre
sentiativ'es. The complaint is, that
Chamiberhain wVas f'ornielrle' a ramibler'.
gamtlblo' now, and,has not1 gainmvied- In
sutver'al yearls. F~or the past two y'ear's
1h0 has, kept a restaur'anlt hre, which
has been and1( is frequnented by fthe best
plell ill towni, ind ifhre 'as 1 never3''i1
biheet. anlnygamle in the estab
ihen.If' it wa'ls pr'oposed to mahlke
Chlmaberlainu the ChlaplaIn of tile
Illouse, .his f'ormler life n'ight be a
leg itimlate Caulse of objecesion ; but ini a
resualuranlt, either ill tile Capitol or
elsewhtere, the propr~lietor is exp)ected
to d15ii u aecepC1table f'oodi and not
1m'als for Congressmen and other's.
Thle mere1 fac't that. Chambherhainu was
once3 ai gale1r oughtt. o bari himi
.om1 alSociation wit'h thle muemibers
anid Senautor's ini the presenlt Conugress,
which numbers amlonig its memiber's
SOmeI einenl~t pokerists. 'The chlair
mnan of' thle most5 Iimportanlt coilmmittee
of' the House had1( rather' sit down and
play cards for money thani go to a
pr'ay~er mleeting, aind there ale many
of' his associates In the House wvho ar'e
passionately fond of' the green cloth.
The Senate is not a whrit behind. One
of its pr'Ceent members, several years
ago, cr'ossedl the strecet from WVormley's
iflotei to We'eke"'s withl nothing biut
his tr'ousers, stockings anid shirt Onl aut
3 o'clock ill tile miorning, 1in order to
inuduulge iln a little game of "draw"
which lhe knew was going on
there. The initiaited alway's knew
when there was a game inI progrerss
from a light in a certaini room. The
thilng has been stop ped of late vear's.
There has5 alway'sbeeni A. .hot c'ontest
every two y'ears over the Honse res
taurant. it is v'ery desirable in a
business way. In the fIr'st place the
propr'ietor pa~ys nothing for tile pivi
lege, anid besi'de tids aidvatage he pays
ncthig for r'ent, although his kitchen,
store rooms, dining rooms, etc., are
ver1y sp11cionS. 11e gets 1113 foel for
no~thinlg, lie pays nothing for his ice,
nor wialter, 11or gas. Even the furni
ture is owned by the government.
The proprlietor' thms has to fornish
nothing but.crockery,.hlnen) and other
table wvare. Durilng tile day probably
from two to fiv'e hundred people getd
luncheon -or dinnumer there, spendintg
fromn ten cents to five dollars each.
The pr'ices charged are higher than
the same things are ini Philadel phia.
anud the articles are no better. John
Chamberlain has had experience
enough to keep the best restaurant flue
Ihouse has ever had. It is no0w to be
seen whebther he will attend to it.
-Queen Victoria hiad a very bcaut.
fud house to stay ini during her Italian
visit. Villa Clara, Baveno, belonugs to
a great English railway contractor,
Charles Hlentbey, who has constructed
railways in Britain, Italy aind India.
He is veryj wealthy, anid the luxurious
eos tBveno, which he has placed
at (lie free use or thie Queen apnd her
suite, is indeed a rosidenuce tfor a Prince
-not in) apt r'eallzation, It Is' said, of
Lyt ton's sketch of- Claude Molnotte's
palace. It is cious to see how hear'tl
ly the strictest CAtholie journials woel
come Victoria to Itall y. The Unita
Cattohica says that her MaJesty In her
favorite books uses paper marks
whereon are insacribed In LatIn these
words oflioly' Writ: "There hope is
full of immnortaulity, and he lives though
he be dead." Theoy are the wVor'ds
says the Unia, whtch are read over the
gtwyoay 'athiollo .comotories,
and a Queen who daily meditates on~
the judgment widih she will have to
sustain beibre. the trilmiat of the King
of Kilnge, o'an not e ohei' thun rood
edifyingadg , -
'--'The S r nfllde 6b'an .con.
eld e is N "as .entor
-The esiliring Rlusshin provei b
says, "G(od 18 too high-the tzari is
too far oil !" , "Whinu.at tile of sorrow,
of iinstCe, .of 1 h1(irrlediable wroig
an d1(1ilre oppres'.:on)," says the -uili
T'0fe/graph, "is told in tNiat. one brief
seitenice, the typical proveri) of a
people Into whose soul the iron has
ndeed entered I"
-The 2,63.1rd anniversary of the
foundhit ion of Roitome wis celelbrItied oil
the 21st of April. W11,th mlore thani a
customar soleuinity Iy the Gerinani
Arcliteological 1ist itute, inasmuch 1s I
It was also the fifileth aniver-sary of I
Its establishment. A number of ti he
most distinguished .German suuns
went to Rome tor the occasion,
-The Queent of Portigal, who, a ,
reported by telegram, is ill fromi Inl
flaimation of the lungs, is the daugh
ter of the late Kiug of Italy, and was
born on the 16th of October, 1878, her i
age conlseiuenftly being thiry-one.
She was muarrled on the 6tI of October I
at Lisbon, and two sons have been I
born of the union-Charles, the Prince
loyal, aged fifteen, and Dom Alphon
-The Carnarvan Herald says that
there doos not. appear any doul)t that
the Stuarts were a Welsh tiily, the
true story being that Fleance, the son
of Banquo, havig fled to North Wales
for safety. was kindly entertained by
Prince Gryf'dd tib Llew elyn a
Sitsyllt. Fleance wlls put to de'ath f,>r
a breach of morals and bad return 'or
hospitality, but the illegitimlate sen by
Nest, the daughter of t'riice Grvtl'ydd,
having been upbraided with his ille
itinmate birth by companion, slew
hilm, Itand then iled to Scotlalnd, where
inl time Ie becime Lord Steward of
that Kingdom, aid all his descendants
atter-hima took the naIme of Stuart.
Nest was afterwar<'s marrit d to
Trahaern ab Caradoe. Prince of North
A Souru CARoiiN A WEItGc.-A
Sil Francisco paper plays tit for tat oin
castern papers for telling stories on
the west by telling time following good
one: "At a wedding ill South Caroli
i last. mIionth an incident occurred
aptly illustrating social life in tie
Ulited States. 'rte bridegroom, who
belonged to the 'first Southern ftai
lies,' took exception to the phraseolo
gy of the olIleiting clergyman, and
remarked, 'You shoulhi't say those
u1n wNom tle( Lord hatl jiied togeth
er, but them una.' The preacher, who
pride-d himselt' upon the 'higllonled'
quality of his language, quietly dropp
ed his hiand into the pocket ol his stir
plice and interpolited, 'You jist pad
die your own canioe, young fe~Lr, or
your trouble'll begin sune eiull. I'm
runin' this tea-party, I iui-as I said
aftore, my beloved hearers-those tiis
as the'--Just then tie bridcgromn
inade a motion towards his hip, but
before he could draw, the minister
lired from his pocket, and the young
mtian tell dead at his Cee.. lustantly
the whole church was filled with bliaz
ilig pistols. In less than live seconmds
the only personi left alive was Ihe bride,
who hatd ducked behind the pulpit
early in tihe iction. ie hiif-nmarried
femlalle gazed mlusingly arounld anld.
remarked, a. she started for home,
"'These self-cocking revel vers is phiav
intr the isichief rounid here, anud that''s
-Col. Bob Ingersoll presented Joe1
Jeffeirsoni a book the othier day.j
On the fly-leaf was the following: o
Josep)h Jen'ejrsonm, king of that enchant
ed r'ealm where comedy and1( patthos I
dwell, where langhter touches tears
anid sadnmess blossoms into mirth."
--Onme of the Th'leosophiists who scat
tered Bar'on (de Paln's ashes to the
Atlantic, has abanidonedi his- wife to
elop~e with a fortun~e-teller. Thes
ophist is evidently G.~reek f'or scalawag.
-Dr. Benjamini Brandreth, the~
"'pill"' manm, is still making his pills
(atfter fortsy years) in a factory at Sinmer
Sing, N. Y. lie employs two hundredl
and hifty workmen.
VTE RIESPECTFULLY call the
VV attention of th~e ladies to our e
large assortment of Fancy Goods. i
TIES ! TIES I ! TIES Il
White L'ice Ties, Black Lace Ties, ~
Colored Lace Ties, Silk Ties, and, in
fact, Ties of all kinds. t
A beautiful assortment of, Bows
in all colors and shades. Silk
Handkerchiefs in great variety. p
Gloves I Gloves I I Gloves I I I Call a
and look at them.
TRIMMINGS I TRIMMINGS I I
White and Colored Hlamburge, ,j
Friltings, Laces, Linen Dress Trim.. ii
mnings, and lets of other Trimmings,.
Torchon Laces.-a good assortment
of them. WVe offer to the ladies
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS in these
goods. McMA8TERU & BRIU1E.
B Y virtue of an execntion to 111 di
rected, I will otr1er for sale before
the court-house door In WVlnnsboro, on
the first -onday in Jain'next,, within thme
legal hours sale, at pumblio out-ety, to thme
highest biddo , tho fo liowinig-c onoribed
Al it p ntaton r tract of landu, eon
taInhinlg Two HIUNDRBDtI ANn NINIrTY A0aEH1,
more or imns and bounded -by lanuds of
0. W. Colotlm, Mrs. Mary P~anue'tt and~
othera. Levil.l on aS N prjpor ty of
Rbhert W., Coleman, deceawoal, at thek
suimt of E., Meadier.
Terams of saloe-CAOsu.
Sheiff's 011m.,. WV. IUFP
Winnsboro, H. 0., 8. y.'O. l
Mai 8 1870.
.B fesh eor' daty at, 1F. , HIA~z
l4ron1's, lear of Town Haldl,
at TA W JLtr nm....,
i TOBPID LIVER
a the fruitfuml swiree of matiy asisenree, proin(
mmeiit aimortl which are
)YSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS
)YSENITEY, BILIOUS FEVEM, AGUE AND FEVER.
AIJACICE, PiLES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
'LAP.T, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
rioss of Appetite and Nausea, the bowels
tro co.,tivo, but sometimes alternate with
ooseness, Fain in the Ilead, accompanied
vith a Dull sensationin the backpnrFaini
n the right side and under the ~shoulder
Alade, fullnmss after eating, with adisin.
ilniation to ererition of body ormind, Irri.
ability of tempor, Lowispirit', Lose of
nemocry, with a feelinig ofiihavin~g neglected
tomO duty, GenerAl weariness; Dizzlness1
Filuttering at the Heart.~Dotet ~teforethe
)yes, Yellow Skin, Iloadacheogenorally
ver the right eyetjnestlosaress at night
ivithfi7tftul dreams, highly oolbred Drino.
[F THTESE WARNINOSARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
Ere especially adapted to such
Dases, a single dose effects
such n chango of feeling as to
lutonlsh tho sufferer.
e conpo udod from enbotances that are
'see 'reen asey properieos thst call Injure
Iiae mat delicate .organitflai. They
Hearch, Oleanse, Purify, ut , lisivigorate
time em iro Mytenm. By reheving time en.
*;orstd 3.iver, they ceiseo the blood
fiemm poisanowuolaarnors, and thius luspart
healtis umai vitiality to the body, causting
the bowels to act msturnlly, without
whilh aeno elne can e:- vell.
A Noted Divine sys:
Dr. TUr:-Dear Sir Fortenyears I have been
k n artyr to Pi~ypcpa,l (ientiptmon tend Piles. Last
ou11i.,,c M ir P111i were recoi endem tv sims; I used
48.n 4 1,s t -to little fmimh). I atm stow a well i an,
vI - wtd apie ia. digoistion 1,crtect, regssl~ir atools,
'is, zonte toid I h.tiounjnfd fortyvotguthesolidfls..
arc w eri timir 'mcihin owId n
R:.a.. I.. m i5PSoi'. Louisville, Ky.
Pheir first efrect is to JInresae Ilie Appetite,
titid caee time bodly to Tuke oi Fleals, thus the
systeu is nourstelmrd, amid by their Tonic Ace
ioln s rile ro stive Organs, Regular
Stools art producedl.
DR, J. F, HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
'Few dii seek exist th-st emeot be relieved by te.
torin tile iL'er to it , znenial functions. ad for
hi s mo ramey b .ve hse tnvetd that
's a P) .uri!bt t ft5 is rP Pj LLS.11
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
Dalco "" lurriy Street, New York.
117- Dr. T"TT'S MANUAL of Valuable Infor.
nallol Aind Uscful litecelpts " will be mailedfre.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
inAT llamn On WHIRnKs11s changed to a GLOosT
Rt..SKi l' a s le fepitteikato til, DYE. It in.
Ni tur .4or, acts linsntaneonsi y, and is
.5 it krulm(IS LA rs uriny wter. held by Drusgists, ov
.,11 by ulfe-s 4 it r of:pn $i.
DCOe, 35 Murray St., Now York.
' Is FALSE EoN.OMY To nUT A CnE AP n
QAN WHE N A I, w DOLLand- MontiC wILL
oET TnE INCoMPAnIAILE AND AL
O OREST A.N'D DEAREST.
BB EST AND CilEAPEST.
si Stops, Elegani
an bossed Walinul
1s0, o1flnow do
.;n, only - - $8)
l'en Ste'ps, 4 Re
ieods in Now Styl<
yAsoNg/*' tmly -- - - $05
Ten cimai ', .' at. iscReds, Mirror Toi
'aso, with Gold Bronzo Ornamentation,
WER 100,000 MADE AND SOLD,
l'inners of the highest honors
World's exhtibitionst for twol v
'ARIS - - - 1867 VIENNA - 1872
ANTI[AGO - 1875 IPJIILA., PA. 187(
ARIS - - - 1875 1 WEDEN - 1876
Endorsed by Franz Liazt, TIheodort
'homas, Ole Bull, Gottachmalk, Strauts,
Varren, Morgan anti over one thiousandl
mninent musicianslfl of Europo anti Ameri
Li. The11 testimony as to the immennso an.
eriority of these instruments over all
thers is emphatie, overwhelming andi
tENTED UNTIL PAID FOR.
These Organs are now offered pulrch~as
raby monthl y instalments of from $5
> $10), or will be rented until the rent
nyu for them. From one to Lhrdo years
me givote for payment.
Special reduetion given to Churehos,
obools and Pastora. Agents watnted
very where. Organs sent on trial to any
art of the Sonth. We pay freight both
'aye If not satisfacotory.
OUTHIERN WhOLESALE DE~POT.
For the more conveni ent supply of
outihorn trade a Southern WI toltwalo
oepot has been established at .<avannahd,
a., from whioh D)ealers. Churches,
'aehera, and the retail trade cian be
Lplhied at N. 7'. and Jiostoni factory
ttes. For Illustratted Catalognont, price
sts antd full Iifornation ad drm s
LUDDEN k JIA'TES,
AManuftaturer,,' Wh okosalo Agents.
moh 25 :1m1
orfeot ferall kiune of Uorokingd andt 'l
Al ways rbndy ndu rollabld.
ho inost i f .otory Stevo miado nat tile
'' R'ti for o oig.
WillTNMW MiF'G, CO.,
?y 19J0heint St; Vhnh
This inportant organ weighs but about three
pounds, and all the bilood in a living pcson (about
three gallons) passes througk it at least once every
half hour, to have the bile anid other imnpurities
strained or uittered front it. Pile s tihe natural
purgative of the bowels, and if the Liver becomes
torpid It is not segaratcd frot the-blood, but en
ried through tho veins to all parts of the system,
1 and it trying to escape through the pores of the
_ skin, causes it to turn yellow or a dirty brown
color. The stomach becomes diseased and Dys
E pepsia, IndigHesion,.Constpaion. Hearache Bili
ousness, Jaundice, Chills, hMalarfial Fevers. Miles,
Sick and Sour Stomach, and general debility fol.,
low, bistnutHIL.'s HIEPATINIM , the great vegetable
discovery for torpidity, causes tIhe Liver to throw
off front one to two ounces of bile each time the
blood passes through it, as long as there is ani ex.
cess of lie ; and the effect of even a few doses
upo yeow complexion or at brown ditty leeking
skin, will astonish all who try it-they being the
first syniptoisto disappear. Iliecure ofall bili
ous diseases and Liver complaint is made certaims
*iy taking I IseiANt In accordance with directions.
icadache is generally cured in twenty ninnut s*
anti no disease that arises from the Liver can exist
if a fair trial is given.
SOLD AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL DRUGGISTS..
Price Z5 Cents and $1.00
The fatality of Consumption or Throat and
Lung Diseases, which sweep to time grave at least
one-third of all death's victims, arises fron time
Opium or Miorphine treatment, which simply stu
>efies as the work of death goes on. $iooto wilt
paid if Opium or Morphine, or any preparation
of Opium. Morphi e or Prussic Acid, can befound
in the- GLoiJn FaLoWnI CoUGH SVnUP, which has
cured people who are lIving to-day with but one
remaimmimg lung. No greater wrong can be done
than to say that Consumiption is incurable. The
G1on8 FLowER CouGmH SvaUp will cure it when
all other means have failed. Also, Colds, Cough,
Asthma, Bronchitis, and ill diseases of the throat
and lungs. ]Read the testimnonials of the Hon.
Alexander it. Stephens, Gov. Smith arA Ex-Gov.
Brown of 'Ga., lion. Geo. Peabody, as well as
those of other remarkable cures in car book-free
to all at the drug stor-:s--md be convinced that if
you wish to be cured you cas be by taking the
a,'i.na . LO~w amn Couin SYRuP.
lake no Trches or Lozenges for Sore Throat,
when yoiu can get Gm.onmr FLownm SYnur 0 s
prico. For sale by all Druggists
I IPice 5 Cents and $1.00
Grave nistr-kcs are rnade in the treatment of all
4 diseases tiut arise fromi ,oison. InI tie blood. Not
one case of Scrofula Syphilis, White Swelling,
Ulcerot.s Sores rmid $1 inm Disease, inl a thousammd,
is treated withouit thle ulse of ierenry linsome form.
Miercury rots thle bonses, andi the discasts it pro-.
duces are worse thila an), other kind of blood or
skin disease c.-n be.O Du. PuIsHtn oa'su STar..11x
CrA or Quuum's DELEGTi is the oily umedicino
upon which a hope of recoicry front Scrofula, Sy..
philis anid Mercurial diseases in all aes, cair. be
reasonably founded and that will cure Canicee
M $o,ooo will lie paid by the proprietors if Mercury,
or any ingredient not purd~y vegetabiu and haruit.
less can i be (mnd In it.
Price by all Druggists S.oo.
GLonr 't.owrn Coutai Svnur and.Mbatan..'s
IIB3PATINn FOn T H n LIvuIlt fir sale by all L'rtig.
gists in as cent and $:.oo bottles.
A. F, MERRELL & CO., Proprietors,
FANS, PA RASOLS,
SUGENIIEIMER & GRlOESCHIEL'8.
P. 8. -One h1und1red Pariasolg at 25
CH A RLOTTESVILLE CASSIMERES CHEA PER
THOAN EVERl I
CHIARLOTTESVILLE CA88IMElrE8 CHEAPER
THAN EVER I
CHIARLOTTEsVIL.LE CARRI1MERES CHIEAPEft
TH'IAN EVER I
Chiarlottevillo Cassimioroes nud Jeans,
J. F. McMASTER & C0.
SMIT1H'S WORM OIL
A tw A Tl'iw, GA., December 8, 878r
A e ithtd inoo I gave my son on10 ose'of
the Woc mu 011. nth the next dlay ho passed 18
hlrlfo Wiirmal At, tho name tImo I gavei one
dinse to my litil girl, four yearm olt, and sheO
passed 8th Wsrmi from 4 to 8 nen
Oi. or nig 'i~ stor o0
P'Ut WI'gTE OILr.
tit0111 hl an at'o illuminjator. 16 Is
gives a brllat light, ivith very littI~lt ilWt~,Ono~~ le
odor. Try it., oh Ii~I; I
G0 for the av sh1eii A