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TH' E NEWS AND HIERALD.
WINNSBORO, 8. C.
TUESDAY MIOUNINO, May 20, 1870,
M. nrNANS DAVIs, unTrom.
d.VO. S. BLRNAOLDS, AsSOCIATH EDITO.
Investigating the Railroads.
The attorney-general is preparing tc
institute proceedings against the Char
lotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
t alloged violations of Its charter,
In respoise to his advertisem('ent th<
merchants of Wlhmisboro, along witL
other parties, have 11d their griev
ances before him. The matters of wideli
they complain are legion, as will ap
pear doubtless when the case comes
for trial. The main question is tie
old charge that the Charlotte, Coluim
bia and Augusta road tore up its tralk
connecting with the South Carolina
road, and not only neglected to make the
connection as required in its charter,
but absolutely refused to carry any
freight whatever consigned over th
South Carolina Railroad. There ap
pears to be no doubt of the flcts of ithe
case; but we learn that, as a Justilk-a
tion, the plca Ms made that, the Char
lotte, Columbia and Augusta road
had no cars of its owni and borrowed
from the Wilmingtonl road, under the
express agreellent that all freight. to
Charleston was to be consigned by
that route I This povorty Is a imattei
of surprise to outsidvr-, who would
hardly presime (hat a road owning
special president's coaches woukd bt
deficient in necessary rolling stock
Admitting this poverty, was an oille
ever made to borrow cars from thi
South Carolina road on the samt11
terms? If so, and that compally re
faised to accept. the oilrer, no wonder
it has plunged headlong into bank.
'uIptcy. It may be urged that the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
road wts not on speaking terms witih
the South Carolina road. No dou1bi
both roads were equally to blame, Fi
railroads, they say, these (lays "lnever,
that is, hardly ever," do right. But
this Is a matter of 11o lloinent what
ever to the State or to the consignoi s
who wish to ship their 'i-eigit to suit
themselves. The two roads wert
joined together by a Legislatunir
which, in investing tlemIl with a valua.
ble fn'anchise, had tile object ill view
of providing for a State systeu c.
railways; and no set of oiicials couk
put these roads asunder until tle%
were divorced by the authority tha
linked them together.
As a mere matter of policy, it was i
grave blunder to allow the wrangling
of hostile corporations to inconvein
ence tile business public. Even ther
the spirit of tile Granger was abroat
in tile land; and it had already visite<
with heavy hands huge monopolies ir
the North that had throttled whol
* ~~soulless policy. WhIethler through th~
lighlt of experienice, the qulmls of coni
science, Or tile fear- of a people's ad(
ministration, we know not whlichl
somec sort of connmetion by way of
Robin Hood's barn-l has1 been at las
establishied, but not unitil, thr-ougl
bickel-Ing, onle road has falleni inte th<(
hanids of a receiver, while the oth~er ii
thr-eatened wvitih a loss of its chlar-ter
Another point is that the Chlllotte
rnhtaun ~una Augusta r-oad has pralc
tised disciination In frecights, charg
lng for initermlediate ploints along til
rouite a mutch hligher- ratie of tar-itl' thal
* ~for termlinaI~l points. By reason o
tis tile farmer-s of 1"airlleld wrere comi
pelleti to leave their formler tral~ingf
places inu tile county and go to Chester
Camden or Columbia, tihus entaililu
Onl themiselues extra expense5 amK
trouble, anld on the merchants serious
loss ill busInless. Tile welthr-e ot' thc
entire counltry is bound up iln thc
welfare of all its ports, and tile de
preciationi of p)roperty in townis thriow:
extra propor-tionlate taixatin On til<
counitry. B3esides, wer-e fleights tile
same for all points, and thie pr-ices o
cotton an~d goods equalized at al
-points, tile farmuer would mlake mior<
by going to thle mlore convieienJ~th
located trading place. A bill pre
venting discrimination was vetoed bs
Governlor flaamptonl. We thlink h<1
made a gr-ave mistake. Theb bill wna:
carenily drawni after car-eful study o
the laws of all tile States, nlot onlI
the Westerni States, but such ok
Commonwealths as Miassachusetts
-1The Legislatur-e should1( try Gover-no:
Simpson. Whlat tile present practici
of the road Is, we have in~quired, bu
have not learned. Tile railroad maii
he somewhat reticent on this p)oinit
It Is to be hoped0( that tile persuasiv
eloquence of the attornecy-general ma11
elicit a free confidence.
Another grecivanice is that the rona
charges for cottonl by bulk Instead o
weight, so tihat thec tariff oni a bale oi
cotton Is a dollar and a hallf instead o
eighlty-one cents. It may as well bi
said hero that tile chlarter is silent o1
e tis point and the question Is one fo:
a court to decide. But cotton Is bl
no means a bulky article. A car cais
easily be filled with cottonl beyond It
capacity of an average car oni thi
road is about sixteen thlousand p0ounds1
At eighteen cenits a hiundrod fron
Winmnsboro, tile fright on sixteci
*thousand pounds would be twenty
eight dollars and eighty cents, whili
thittydwo bales, at a dollar and a hal
each, realize forty-eight dollars-i
dlfi'eroneo of over nineteen dollars
load, or sixty-nine cents a bale, or ob
thousand nline hun~dred dollars on tei
thouhand lhales. It was hardly th<
Sntqention of the Legislature to pet-mi
-~, ~ a ~oad - make heavy profits by charg
~ rights byr the sqnare foot instea<
Q~ yweight; And the oas approxi
mailitioni of the weiglit of ia load 01
cotton to the calaeity 4f th 4.'ar is 1
Strong argumiiint agast the road
'The great. discrepancy nakes it i
matter worth fighting over, and al
the farmers are interested, for it mnakc
a dillb'ence of fifteen cents a hundret
in the cotton market.
We do not charge that tlie Charlotte
Columbia anid Augusta iatilroad is t
special evil doer. Its course is about
thlait offall Simihar Corporations Ilown.
days. Tom Scott taikes s uiand ill
the roads sineeze in uniason. lut tlher
all leed an adinlonlilioll thait, they arl*
(.te Servaits, ntot tle masters, of th
people. Nor- are we prepared to sait
hat we know, inl the legal neceptanet
of tie word, that. all the charges an
true. We could not. swear to them
Neither could we swear that, utuim
slabb(Al Cesar, or Jhidas Iscariot com.
mlitted the erime with which lie stanids
el.arged. W1*e were itot tiere. Rul
o iers say hley kIow, an11d we pre
suile ey do, an(d walit to tell it
ot herw ise 11te would tnot be bringing
thle present faction to abolish the char
ter of the Charlot te, Colunbia iti(
Augusta Rlailroad. It' we erri in anm
respect we wvill be glad to be corrected
We shall I watch this case with interest
ats it linvolves iluanv imlpOrtanlt quesq
NW O THIllE DAY1.
-Kitng Alphonso, of Spain, wil
marary again int the tall.
-Fifteen 111i:lions more of our Four
per-cen ts. illve been Sol d to ia sinlgh
English bankiiig iouse.
The ilt erail-revenlue receipts il
to tle 15th inst. excee Itd those for di
ho first, haul of' la Ist May 83,400,00J.
-A sace-L raine has beln maiide a
epiate (roince of ( 44-rn1u1111y u ii inder it.
own gishit ure. Geaiil Manteutitl
lts bee i appointed viceroy.
- At Othle last, acoulits from Soull
Ameriia tille Chilvanu army had th<
BIolivin liltm dl1%,fown ldt nd - rat- sitti n
on him, while thile l'eruviantt armiy wall
shakilng his t at, the conqueror.
-The nihilists have adopted i
I 1ew dodgeP. They dellalld I
-Certain sumll of, mionev from at wealthv
Mani 1111d tlreat(l to 'ai5siassi nate him ii
hie ibils to comply promptly.
-Tihe Pennsylvania Senate has, fo:
lite Fourth timae, defeated the bill tt
exempt persons who observe thu
seventh day (Saturdiv) as the Sab,
hathi from the penalties of the law ol
-Mrzs. John 13. Floyd, vidow of ex
Governor .John 11. * Flovd, died it
Abingdon V ., 011 W'iesdlaiy, age<
Sevelt-iigt years. lMbe wa-s a siste:
of Lein. John S. Preston, anid sister-in
law ofGei. Wad illampton.
-The bulletin of ithe lpublic healt
for the wuek ending Mav 10th, issii
by the Suru'geon-Geieral Uinited Sthate
Marine iospital service, shows alt ave:
a"e i1ota111alitv in thirty o1 tlie printci
i citivol'the country of 17.7 pe
1,000 per annum.
-Grat is coming h1omC to write
book. 'J'lae Washingtou co'rrespoiden
of he Cleveland Leader' hans tite news
I g 01i1ro anothter main, wuhio hti
traledC( with the ex-Pr'esidten,
--Conugressant Carlisle, of Tennaes
see dehv~ered int Taiimmnany Jlall oi
Wednesday51J eventing' the great speeel
he ad~e ini Congress agrainst. troops a
therie wvill be pu lemolt 'lueeting
andl~ spe.che~s in Taimmany Hall duini
--James Gordon lenntett's yacht
"'Jeananette," will sail tromt 81an Frau
eisco fort lhe North Pole ian a few dava
-Th'le Sit' ,Johni Frtaniklin of to-day,'
Professor Noridenaskjaldi, of Sweden
whlo sailed last. suninnter to exptlotre th
nuorthearni it coast' Siber'ia, and hats ala
been hlear'd otf 511ue. E!.xpeditionts ar
goinig ini searIch of' hiint.
-Wa.Vllace WViikerasona, who shto
Baxter' int TJintiu, Ut, ab~out twv
years algo, wats execuited at. l'r'ova Ci'
on Friday. lie evinced great nerv'
antd sat in a chtai' t'aiing threne gunts
dilstat abiout thirty feet, without eithI
er banidagiing or' closingo his eves, 11i
wite spent the last night. an'd upl ta
withina half ant hour at' the execuutioi
-liss Rebecca *Wells, at pretty Jew
ess, whto sued( Lud~wig Blum im a Nov
York coitrt tfor' $10,000 damtaiges to
breach of pr'omise o1' marr'iage, htas ob
taiined a verdict foir $5,000. The d1e
tfondanlt. admltit ted the pr'omiise of' tmar
ringe, buit gave as a reason for ino
mnarri'nga" her that mtember'ts ot hte
t'amaily liad beena inasane, and1( his f'athae
object ing to the mtatch.
-At'earkable billiard match
plaiyed in Chicago, Thursdynlihtbe
son, for the three baull chuampioniship e
the world, onec thousand pinits up
$400 a side0, resulted: Schaefer, 5, 690
305, total 4,000, average 333k ; Siosso
14, 9, 21, total 44.; aver'age Il4 ; timt
65 mmuliltes. Sebuaet'er's auvertage is utn
ptrecedented. Tihe laurgest prev'ou
run wvas 4164, which his second r'un ex
-ceededI hr 226 points.
-A white mant andl a colored wonmm
living togethet' int Vir'giiaf went t
Wiashington anid were mtarried, t
evadle the Virginia law aigainast mtiseen~
eniatin. On thaeir' retun home the
Iwer'e impr~tisonedl for violtiniig Lt
'statute agaist iscegnati'n.iOn
wr-it. of ha(beas corpus1( Unid State
Judge lilughe's dee4lde that the Jav
was not in violation of the f'our'teentl
amtendmeint, as it applied equally t
the two races, and it (lid ntot tnteirfor
wvith ti e ri; hi a of' citizens any mor'
thtan to say a unan shahl nuot ar'ry hti
gr'anltdther. Ant appleal has hbee
takeni to the Supr'eme Court.
A San Franceisco (Cal.) dispatel
staites thtat Keaneyo delivered himsel
o 1ft a volent hairangu ' on00 the sand1( Ic
several pr'omlinet men otf thte wvorklin
anon's party who hatd helped to seenr
Stho adoption of the new constItution
r'epudhiatinlg all afiliation with themax
Hie is also againust anly associlatitm wi'tl
the political bumimer's, as hte call
evervbodly outside of the w~or'king~
anen s party'. is declaration Is a r'a
of' hopo, as showinug that a serious dl
Ivisiont hasetntered h is camp, and thia
his triumtph cannot be perimantent.
--A special fronm Norwicha, Conin,
dated Mlay 18, says: "At theo trial e
Wesley W. BiIshtop, for the murdor e
Ihis wife, set down for Tuesday next,
p loa of guilty' of murder In the secona
t negree will be0 ofiored, and acceptedl b
the State's attorney. For at loet fou
monaths the State has had altanding ofth
of mlurder Pn tho Send la'oo 1.9ia
r ters were allowel to drop there. This
the State's attorney for a long tihe
persistently rejected. There is, now
roasonl to believe that Ie hias accepted -
theproposition and Tuesday's pre.
ceedings will consist simply of a fbr- 1
Mall and legal rIatiilcUtion Of this agree- I
-An international Congress Is how
in session in. Paris to consider thie
question of.digging;n canal to connect
the At lantic with- the - Pacifle. There
are seven scelines. The*.1rot crotsses
t ihe State of Catica, southiwest of.Pana
ma, requires briv niles of canal and
four of tunnel, aid will cost $!)9',0.00,
000, ald be thiished In Iine years. I
Tie second and third, near the same
place, shorter, but requh'ing ninety I
tIiiles of, caal, $130,000,000 and twelve
years; (he lourth , or Darien route,
inuich the shortest., only forty miles
long, lbut requiriig a hugo tuimiel fput
teen miles long, and a great expensA;
ie fifth and sixth are east of Panaia,
about sixty miles long, costing $96,
00; the s0 eith anmd fa1vorite one is
through Nicaragua, by tho River San
Juan, Lake Nicaragua and the io
( rande, requirilng 195 miles of Caial
at. a cost of $10,000. it is believed
the last will be built.
-I [enry Alphonso Davis, (white,):
eI ry T. Andrews, (white,) and
Lewis Carltoni, (colored,) the noted
(hapel Hill burglars, vere hanged on
Friday at llillsboro, the county seat of
Orange counlty; N. C., where their
-iinerous erun:es were committed.
All (tie r:s n, rs proclaiied their
innocence to tie Iast, moniont. Carl
toin sl)oke an hour, and said his salva
dlon was sure. The prating betweon
I Andrews and his sister oil the scaflold
was iost. aflecting. All were firm,
.1and Showed 1no ilgis of Wavering.
The hanging was badly botched up.
The ropes around the necks of Davis
anid Carlton were too long, and their
feet rested oin the ground. T11hey Were
raised and the ropes retied, causing
deah from strangulation. A terrible
t.unideiir stori raged duIriig the hiang
ing, anid the seene was wild aid terrible.
At, least eight thousand people were
A oLITI 'IAL QUANDARY.
The Elections in Ohio and Now York--Em
barrassmient, of Caintiuiates and Parties-- I
Mr. Tiltien an([ General Grant, Causing
Compnent Ions--Thurman and Conkuing
iNUrdlIoff In the New York Herald.) |
If Secretary Sherman and Senator'
Thurnnn could have their way they
would perhaps hold no election this,
fall in Ohio. It is an inconvenient ar
rangemet inl the present state of par
ties and politics. The success of Gen
eral Hiayes in being elected govern
or in 1875 no doubt made himi tle
Presidential candidate the following
e year; but that very fact, everybody
- sees, makes the candidature extremely
hazardous this year.
It was and is the belief- not only of
t Mr. William Allen but of a great many
. other Ohio Democrats, that Mr. Sam
- uel J. Tildei thought it an advantnge
r to himself and tie country that the
Democratic ticket in Ohio should be
defeated in 1875, and there is a very
general suspicion among Ohio Demo
,, erato hmrn iow that if a possible
1Presidential canidate should be
nminaiiiited by them for governor in
Juiie it might suit Mr. Tildeni's cards
to help him quietly to a defeat by way
of laying him permnanently aside oin a
thigh shelf. Senator Thurman lhas re
&Yr &tbd'lW 101415 upporrirs
refuIsal on1 the specifle gro~undt thait they
do niot want hiim sacrificed. General
Ewing's friends ini like manner fight
shy' of hiis niomhiation for the same
reason. They fear that the hand of
the wily New Yprk .Jacob. will snatch
away the inheritance of' the Ohio Esau.I
TilE DEMOCnATIC DILEMIMA.
t The dlilemmila is an unpleasant one
e for tihe Demiocrats. Itf they nominate
a second or thiirdl rate nmn 'for govern
t or they fear they may be badly beaten
y by tie Riepublicans, but ift'hey nomi
nate ai first claiss mani tike "Senator
y Tlhiurman or General Ewing then they
,are almost sure they will be beaten~ by
.. Mr. Tilden. Ihence there is delay, un
s eeipinity and1( a little demoralization,
y and1( someI shirewd po(liticianis have
ialready seen that thie only safe way out
in Ohio is to let Mr. Tifden nominate
_ thle D~emocratic caindidaite and pledge
,timnself to help carry the State. It Is
rwell understood, of course, that ho
.. would niot propiose (the noinationi of
_ a rival, but it is supposed that lie
-w~ould give all thie hel p ie cani to thme
elect ion of a candidate who not only
had io PresidentIal aspiratlop, but wl.o
*wonld agree to seculre at least a part of
(lie Ohio delegation necxt y'ear to Mmr.
Tilden. T1hiere mare people here who
think that Mir. Bishop) is (lie maii to
carry out such aii arrangement, and
Sthat lie may therefore turni up in Co
lumbus as Mr. Trilden's caindidate for
governor of Ohio.
MORE ABOUT MRt. TILDEN'S MONET.
3 Th'le generally credited report thant
- Mr. Trilen has made 82,000,000 clear
a mioney since the first of January In the
. maniulnationi of the New York~ Elevat
ed Rtailroad stocks and bonds makes
him an object of affectionate inteiret
Shere to a-certain class of Democratic
Spoliticians who regaird $2,000,000 with
extremie v'enerationi as an admi'able
camnpaign funmd. Mr. Trilden0's'opn
Ssity for money getting and his good
Sluck are much (llsculssod here. Some
s D)emocrats urge thant thie people witl
never, or' least hardhly, elect a foirtunate
speculator to the Presidency, and( think
Sthat his money is a fatal objection to
11 his candidacy.
0 A CONTINGENCY FOR MR. THSURMAN.
s There Is but one comntingency in
I which Senator Thuirman would bi
forced, eveni against his will, to accept
'[lie nomiation, amid (lhat Is if'Secretary
t' Shiermami should be iiominated by the
t Republicans. Theo Republican- con
I ventilon meets duriig [lie preselit
- month, about a week before that of [lie
e D)emocr'ats. Mr'. Shermiai does not
, want to be a caiidldate. It would be
.difficult to ireplace hirn iln the treasury.
1where lie has shown 'admirable and.
s suirpiing ability In' the management
-of thle fimnances; for lie hans knowni how
, to avail himself with very ren'arkablo
- tact and fiiancial skill of all the cir
[t eumistancles of [the 'country to achieve
thie pirodiguOts success of* the - last- twvo
years.l Th0 President wisely -wishes
tretal~n him. in thie Cabinet, and,
while [here 'Are considorations of the
future which mighe lead himn to'desire
the Ohio nomination, there are others,
probably, more powerAl to keep him
r in the treasury.
r A REPUBIAN )NILZMMA.
f' I oreover, some of hMr. $hermnan's
frniends sufrust that whine MJ2 Tini .
v'ould willingly see Mr. 'ui man de
eated i' he siould aece)t the JIontina
Jon, thero may be Republican iluti
mces decidedly adverse to Mr. Sher
nan's success If he should make th
'ace for governor. It Is a gimino
Ohich the iepublicans engaged in the
Irant movement could play just as
vell it the Democrats engaged in the
L'ilden-.oveinent, and thus the Ohio
iectioi this fhIl embarrasses 'rsi
lential candidates of both partcs.
rihe people eng god in the Grant
novemleit have collie of' late to regird
%Ir. Shermanit as t le most ftormidaible
narplot they havo to fear. He is a
,ivihian-, and they suspect that the
ountry Is disinclhiled to fbrther mili
ary iilers. ie is a' "stalwart," nild
ks Orthodox in that direction its evenI
ene10ra1l Granit could be. 1Ie has
uperb ability lin the treasury, and he
s felt to he in, every way a candidate
vhom it would be worth while for
he Grant men to kill off.
THE NET RESULT ABOUT 01110.
The not result of all these considera"
ions is painfully oibarrassi g. If Mr*
Lhurinan takes the nomination lie may
)e. beaten by New York h'fluences,
xvhich would permaneitly retire hin
A) private life, foi his det'eat would not
mfly disable him as a Presidential can
lidate, bul t would involve a He )eub
ican Leglslature to elect a Republican
3enator in his place. But precisely
'he same 'double danger besets Mr.
hernan. If tie should be defeated as
andidite for goverior he would be
m)t of the field for the Presidency and
THE POSITION IN NEW YORK.
Meantime, the New York - election,
vhiich has attracted less attention than
t. deserves, begins to 1oom up. It was
lemarked two years ago by one of the
4hrewdest and ablest. of the New York
Republicans, that' the man who should
be elected governor of New York in
1879 would, if he were a iman of suiff
lent importance, be in the direct line
)f succession for the Presidential
lomination. Ohio, he said, ''cannot
ilways expect to have the Presidency,
'specially when she has already so
Ianv of the great offices. Unles' Mr.
llayes should be renominated, it is
scarcely to be expected that an Ohio
: ndidato, unless he has very extraor
11 ary claims, will be f ivorably consi?
WEeI In the convention. and the claims
)f the great State of New. York-the
btate whose vote will decide the clec
tion-cannot be overlooked if they are
rairly presented. Hence the 'New
York election of 1879 ought to declare
the Presidential candidate in the per
son of the governor, unless the lRe
publicans Comn i the blunder of noni
unting-( an obscu o or second rate man,
and that thev outht not to do, for the
red1it. and alvantage of the State, and
will hardly dare to do, for fear' of dis
gnsting the voters, who are not all
SENATOR CONICLING'S ACTION.
It was probably this sound course
of reason ing which recently led some
of Senator Conkling's most faithful
friends to- respectfully urwe him to
accept the candidacy this fall. Iteport
says that he refused so peremptorily
and energetically that the friendly
suggestors retired In dismay and be
gan at once to consider the ways and
mueans of preventing any other other
piom inen t Jopubliican from receiving
an ofiferof Aho. nomination. Neverthe
less, there 'are Republicans here and
goodl political managers who still hold
that the trute course for their parttmi
New York this fil is to reject all lit tie
known or second rate meni and putt at
the head of their ticket the most con
Conkling for' governor, for instance,
would force Mr. Tilden to take the
Democratic nomination, and that this
would demor'alize the Democrats not
eonly in" New York but in other States.
would make the resultini Newv York
absolutely certain this fall anid secur'e
to the New York delegation in the
National Convention next year the
Influence the State deserves 'and the
nomnination of the candidate. The
nomination of a man of national repu
tat ion for governor of Newv York this
fall is desired by many' Reputblicans
here, who regar'd the contest there as
of even greater ultimate importane
than that in Ohio, because of the large
vote and Influence of Now Yor'k in the
nominating convention, and there is
reason to believe that the leader't of
the Grant movement would very muchi
like Mr. Conkling to accept the nomi
nation as helpful to their plans..
DR. Tu-ft's RE3MEDIEs.-lt is really
astonfishing to what an extent patent
meodicimes are used in tis country.
Their aggregate sales fooli up to mil
lions of (101llairs annually, but we note
that only those of real merit' stamid the
test of time; others are ephemeral,
and others die out in a few months,
or, at most, a year or two. A con
spicutous exception ar'e Dr. Tutt's
preparations. They have been before
the public over ten years; have be
come standard remedies, and are
growing in'- popularity everywhore.
Iti is safe to say that their merit alone
could have established and sustained
the repmutation they have. They are
fast taking the place that other medi
cinies have held, and have gained a
degree of confidence ivhlch rarely
at taches to aproprietar'y remedy. We
speak confidently of bils Ex pector'ant
aund IIlls. They should -be in every
family. The first is a most genial .vet
powerful lung balsam, and the pills
a most ant-.bilious medicine. Much
serIods illness magv be avoided by the
timely use of theset remedies. Dr.
Tutt should 'not 'be classed among
those generally known as "patent
medicine ment." lIe occupies a high
ositlon in the medical profession, and
h~eld, for a long time, a professorship
In one of the best medical colleges In
the United State.-Baltinor'e Biul
.-Doctor Aycr's Laboratory ,thathas
done-such wonders for the sick now
issues a potent restorer for the Ieauty
of' mankind-for the comelIness which
advancing aige is so prone to diminish
amnd destroy. Ilis .Viger ingunk .eu
riant lok nthe badand. gray 'pates
among us, .and thds.:14% .nh under
obligations to him, for the good looks
as well as the healtho f tile omilut'
-There's a nice distinction between
the tastesof..a coachaioan.,and.the other
hired man 'who :As nothing bitt the
hired man. The former marribs the
daughter Invariably, while the latter
takes tho wifp and murders the hus
band. It mayi bee'ome neessi'ffor-an
omployer 'to deo Whethier hem wishest
to lose hs daughter or his wife and
hire his i91'p accordingly.
Ofoil thie Ba Saehoe.
A TORPID LIVER
Is the fruitful sonrce of mnany diseases, promi
feou anoug (vihicta are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-IEADACHE, COSTIVENESS
DY3ENTLi:Y, 8:113'3 r:VEi, AGUE AND FEVER
OUNDICE, PI.3, RdEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of Appetite and Nausoa, the bowels
are coative, but sxnoetimes atorute with
looa-onovs, Pain in the Head. accompanied
witha' idi safiationiti the backpart, Pain
in the riaht sido and tnder -theshoulder.,
blade, fulhuvas aftt r eating, with a disin3
olinaton to exertion of body or nind, Irri
tability of temper, Low spirite. i
memory, with a feeling otfhavingnekigfeeihi
some duty, GheraI weariness;_ Disiness,
Fluttering at the Hearit. Dote beforoe the
eyes, Yellow Skin, Headach goniorally
over the right eye,_ Restlessnesi_ at nighig
witli fitful dreams, highly colored Urine.
IF THESE WARNIWNGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are espeoially adapted to such
cases, a single dose effects
such a change of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer.
ar mpeen onded froin anhlatances that are
free fr any propertieombatteali itre
Ita'meat, delletate erganlnation. Theay
Searoh, Cleanse, Pariy, ustl Isvigerate
the emstire $ystean. By relievinig tile cn
gorged Liver, they cleanse time bleod
from poisonounstien, aid Ihus Itiart
health oaal vitality to the bodiy, canning
the bowels to at nate,, ally, '1isbous
wich no one can feel welil.
A Noted Divine says:
Dr. TUTT:-De Sir For ton years have ee,
A stdyrtyr to th'jspspsliit (lonetipatlon and Pile.st
opt, .q our PItl %were reoeminesded to me; t se
thlan I sat wth little failil. I ativm ow a well nan.
haive "ood app silte. digtio.n/ 'ertect. roisitar stools.
gplies gone.so!(h.%aiv Os rty poands soid flesh.
Wiley aetort their wi,4an o.
AXIit. J. A. . &use',1 Ky.
T eirfis efct ItoIncrease lite Apipetite,
and cause the body to Take on Flesh, thus the
: tem Is nostrlshed, and b their Tonie Aca
loeanaorethe igestive organs, Retgular
Stool. ar rodiuced.
DRt J. F. HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
s isenses exist that cannot be relIeved by r
storingr tile Liver to its normnal futictions, and for
this Purpose no remedy bns ever been inventod that
has as happy an effect a. TU'8' PILLS."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
Omtee 35 Murray treet, New York.
WD Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable Infor
mation aud Useful Iteceipts " will be maledfree
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
RAT IIAIR OW-W111sumiia1 changed to a oresT
.AcE a aingle appitoatinn of lias . it ti.
pa ~ aural Color, aeta Ifletantainsiously, silt
a Hmlessas spring water. Sold by Drsaats, of
sent by express on receipt of S.
Offioe, 35 Murray St., NewtYork.
SUGENBEIMER & GROESCHJEL'8.
P. S. -Ono hundred Parasols at 2
A NICE 106 of THtmburg Edg'n
NEW1 SUMMIYER COOK.
IMPROVEMENT OF 1879.
.pil DOES NOT' ii2.L' THE HIOUSE
Perfet for all kinds of Uooking and Heat
Always ready and reliable.
The most satisf-,etory Stove made and the
71- Rend for oircu lars. .
_____--ly 1930hestnut St., Philt
Reuben P. Lumpkin and Troy T.- Lump.
kin, Executors of the Will of Abraham
F. Lumpkin, Plaintiffs, against Jam.s
P. Cason, Defen dant.
'N pursuanc of ain order of the Court
.L.of ommoin Pleas for Fairnoeld couin
ty, made in the above entitled cahe, I ill
offer for pale before the court-house door
in Winnsboro, on the first Moenday in
June next, within thei legal hours of sale,
the foliowing-describedj property, to wit:
All that plantation or tract of land,
containing ioUa HUNDIInD AND FIrPTERE
AOflEB, mere or less, situatg, lying and
being in the county of Fairi1teld, on the
waters of Horse Branch and Wateree
River, and- bounded- on .the. north by
lands of Win. Younig, Met by lands re
cently belonging to the. .ettate of Dr.
James Starkes, south by lands belong.
in g to Richard ?Jtchett and Elijah Jones,
and west by lands of 11. I. Elliott.
One.half f .the'pi:ehaselmoney'0
paid cash, th'e balance In e twelve . months
from~day of sale, with i he bond of pur
chaser, and a nmortgage of* the premie,
and thie purohaspes to y f r all nces
Winnsboro, *8. 0.,--- -
m ay 187.- -a V-,;g
'r It iA.: A E11CoINeatY ITo IUlYA. ClFAP Ol
OET TnE IN(OMPARAnin -AN) AL
IASON & HAMLINl
NO Ti LO WEST PRICED.
N .0 POOREBT ANT> DEAREST.
BUT BEST AND CHEAPEST.
i 8t'ops. Elegar
L'M. Of now 11.
n, only - $8
en Steps, 4 8'
'olss in New .Sty
., only - - 9
Ton sos.: oets Recels, Mirror Ti
Caso. with Gold Bronze Orinientatioi
only--- - - - - $1
OVER 100,000 MADE AND SOL]
Winners of the. highest hone"'
World's exhibitions for twel
PARIS - - - 18671 VIENNA - 197
SANTIAGO - 1875 PIIEA., PA. 187.
PARIS - - - 1875, SWEDEN - 187%
Endorsed by Franz Liszt, Theodor,
Thomas, Ole bull,' Gottsohalk, Strauss.
Warren, Morgarn and over one thousand
eminent nusicians of Europe and A meri
ca. The testimony as to the immense Hu
periority of these instruments over al!
others is emphatio, overwhelming .and
RENTED UNTIL PAID FOR.
These Organs are now offered p urchas
ers by monthly insatalments ot from s-.
to $10, or will be rented until the renw
pays for thorn. From one to three yoars
time give!, for payment.
Special reduction givon to Churohes.
S1hools and Pastrs. Agents wanted
everywhero. Organs sent on trial to any
part of the South. We pay freight both
ways if n( ' satisfactory.
SOUTHERN WHOLESALE DEPOT.
For the more convenient suply. of
Southern. trade a Southern Wh olesale
Depot has been established at Savannah,
Ga., from whioh Dealers. Chu .ses,
Teachers, and the retail trade can be
supplied at N. Y. and Boston factory
rates. . For Illustrated Catalogues, price
lists and full information, addre-as
LUDDEN & BATES,
Ma-n F oturers' Wholesale Agents..
mch 25. 3m
TH E PklIIEND OF ALL!
"I had no appetito; Holloway's Pills
gave me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marveoor s."
"I send for another box, i.nd knap them
in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has eured my. healaoch
that was chronic.
'-1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera morbus. The dear littl<
thing got well in a day.".
"My nausea of a morning is now
"Your brx of Holltowauy's Ointmentt
cured me of noises in the head. I
rubbed some of your .Ointment behind
.Send .me-two boxes; I-want one for
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 21
cents, but the medicine to ine is worth
"Send mefive boxes of your Pills.",
"Let me. have three hox ,of youi
flIR,,by' wturn mail.. -for chills aniJ
I have over 200 such testimonials as
these, but want of spaceoo ompels me t<
Fon CUTANEOUS ' DI80'n,,
Aud all erup~ions of the skin, this Oint:
ment Is mo- t invaltable. It does Dno
heal ext -rw- ly alone, but penetrateu
wi' h the in' st searobing effeots to the
very rcot -' evil.
H OLLO W A YS OINTMtENT.
*tonsesisedl of tIs remedly, eviory mr
may be own-doetor. It may be "rubbed
into the systemin so as to reamch..any in
ternal comp'hiint ; by these measns. curvi
sores or. ule'ers in the throat stomach,
liver, spine or ot her pnrt.". 1h is an it
fallibie reme~dy for hadl l-gsa , bal brenst;
contraicted or stiff joints, gout, r:,uum
tism~ and all s' in dise-ase9
IuitOtiTANT CAtTION-Neie are genatine' si
l"S's hl3. Int ture or J II IYDOCK :tsi Ia!r
the Unitt'd Statei sutreundls r..10;il i' 0x o li-1
-)al(C mllent, Bloxesi at, a cenui, '6. cet s, an(u
feb 15-hy .'New Yor-k.
NOW IS THE OPPORTUNITn
AVAIL YOURSELF OF IT!I
-Preserve your books, periodicals,
newspapers and iusie.
.State, i'ounty and railroad officeors, and
business men generally, supplied with
blank boo'.:s made to any l'attern.
All families have old books, periodi
eals, newspapers, mnusic, &e., whicoh they
desire to transmit to their posterity. Then
HAVE THEM REBOUND I
Which will preserve thorm and will make
them look almost as well as new.
Old -books,' &o.,. should not only be
rebound, but the current literature of the
present day should be pu t in a durable
form for preservation as well.
This ean be done in the shortest pos.
uible time, with the best material, in the
most handsome and durable style, and at
a nrice which cannot be duplicated any.
where, by E. II, STOKES,
Stationer, Blookbinder and Blank Bookl
Manufacturer, No, 155 Main street,
COxUMrDA, S. O,
lt#' Send in your orders at once,
CORN AND HAYe
JUST Received-at the old and a-f
th 'an. Reob on-80,000 pounds Timo
Olyand01er Hay. Two Oaz Loads
NORTH OARO BN...,
Auo whioi'flo h a fe
This Important organ wclgls but abot* thrme
pounds, and all the blood in a living perso. (about
three gallons) passes through it at least ofee 0taar
half hour, to have the bile and other Imnpirilts
strained or filtered from it. Bile is the nidital
purgative of the bowels, and if the Liver becotnss,.
4 torpid It is not separated fret the blood, but car.
ried through the veins to all parts of the kystem,
and in trying to escape 1hrough the pores of the
skin, causes it-to turn yellow or. a dirty brown
color. Ciuhp stch becomes diseed apdDs
E4 pepsia, Indkfg ti Constipation .% 11111
ousness, Jaundice,.'Chills,lialarfal Fevers Plies,
4Sick and Sour Stomach, and geneiral deblilty fol.
low. AiRE LL's HarAnrm, 1h4 great vegetable
P4 discovery for torpidity, cadses the Uver to throw
off from one to two ounces of bile each time the
blood passes through it, as long a. thoro l&ian ex.
cess of bile; s'astilse effect o even q few doses
upon yellow cornplexion or a brown dirt looking
skin, wall astonish all, who try It--they clog the
first snmptons to disappear. fte cure of all bilt.
3 ous diseases and Liver complaint is nade estai
by taking Huii-A-r:Na fit accortlance with directions.
H cadache Is generally cured It twenty mlinute,
and no disease that arises from the Liver can exist
*If a fair trial in 'ivrn.
SOL rS Xi IfSBSTITUTE FOR PILL&
BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price 25 Cents and $1.00
The fatality of Consumption or Throat and
Lung Diseases which sweet; to the grave at least
one-tNird of nll death's victims, arises from the -
Opium or Morphine treatment, which sinply stu
pefics as the work of death goes on. $uo,ooo will
be paid If Opintn or Morphine, or any pre ration
of Opium, Miorphine or Prusslc Acid, can befoupd
in the GLoun FLoWSa CooH SY RUP, which has
cured people who are living to-day with but one
remaininglung. No greater wrong can be done
than to say that Consumption is incurable. The
G1.ous FLOWnti CoUMu Svur will cure it when
0 all other neans have falied. Also, Colds, Cough,
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the throat
and lungs. Read the testimonials of tle Hon.
Alexander II. Stephens. Gov. Smith and Ex-Goy.
Brown of Ga., lion. Geo. Peabody, as well as
those of other remarkable cures in ourbook-free
to all at the drtug stores-an'd be convinced that it
you wish to be cured you can he by taking jhe
.0onle t Le.wtn CoVan SvaUe.
Take no Troches or Losenges, ibr Sore Throat,
When you can get GLOa& FLowUa StauR at sar-e
price. For sale by all Draggists
IIrico 25 Cents and $1.00
Grave nistakes are made in the' treatment of all
diseases that arise from polson in the.blood. Not
p one case of Scrofula Syphilis, White Swelling.
Ulcerous Sores and bln Disease, in a thousand.
O is treated without the use of Mercury in some form.
Mercury rots the hones; and the distases it prd.
ducecs are worse .than any other kind of.blood or.
skin disease can be.0 Din. 'saDRTON's STILLIx
GIA or QUtREN's DuLGHiT Is the only medicine
:14 spon which a hope of recovery ftom Scrofula, Sy.
0hlis And ilercurial diseases In all stages, can be
reasonably founded, and that will cure Cancer,
' .$o,ooovill be paid by the proprietors if Mercury,
or any Ingredient not purely vegetable and harm.
14LessCal be found in it.
arc by all-Druggistsi$:so.
rA n FO R LOWIn CoMus Svitur and MuuERRL'e
HIrATimN FOt Tun LavPR for sale by all Drug.
gists In 25 cent and $:.oo bottles.
A. F. MERRELL & 00.1 roptIotor..
j PHILADELPHIA. PA..
CHARLOTTESVILLE. C'A81IERES CHEAPft
T IlAN EVER i
CHIARLO'I1TESVILLE CASSIMiER ES QIIEAPER
- .-A4NEVER i s
Cliarlottesville Cassimeres.- and Jeans,
3. F. McMASTER & CO.
. "bolid Comfort" Cigair at 2.
eents eu'h. t F. W. H ADENIOHT'8,
Waisd .ngton ustreet, Reir of Towvn
HTg'l. .p il 26--3:ni
T - f -wl4 t.o ts llre-..nr. achis..al or :trri
via sini uji ri d'. M'uV~.n)a ti ~'t 4tat
R . l .'.iM Ii i .lu I) i ls (' Wt t'silalgton times
Wiibor~ i :sisxteoen inlitit,0s ia.stLtr thsasi
NIGHT PASSENGER - GSOING NOflTi
NIGHT PA8SENGER-..GOING SOUTHl.
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White Oak ----.------.
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A tow nt ~ ~ - -AbtOlir8 4.1 .
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a e . , .LNDON, Athan%- Ga.
WJREa WUITUg @Eg
giv'es a brilliant light'
odor. Try It The Pvloojgis thi
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