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THE NE W8 AND IHRALD. -
WINNSBORO. S. 0.
VRVSDAY MORNINO, May 2S, 1870.
R.RAN DAM, .2MbS.
jWQ. 5. ofmXaozs.. AssowrAm pspRa.
GOTERNOR IZOBMON, of New% York.
Is eighty-one years old, and yet wants
to be his own, successor. Ite has made
an admirable record.
CONGREss is progressing very leis
urely with its business. The Demo
crate have turned their attention fi-om
Hayes to the omilbus silver bill; and
the public is srowly edging down oft
the fence on which it had pdrched
itself to see the row.
CoaORESSA N BELFORD, ofColorado,
in a late speech made an enumeration
of all the vetoes that have been sent to
Congrese. VTho list is as follows:
WaaMngton 2, 1Madisoil 6, Moiroe 1,
Jacksoin , Tyle 7, Polk 8, Piorce 9,
Buchanan P,, Lincoln 1, Johnson 17,
Grant 26, Hayes S. The Presidents
who are no! nanied sent no vetoes to
Congress. Jackson "pocketedi' seven
bills, and Tyler two. Washington's
first veto was on an army appropria
tion bill, which mustered two regi
ments of dragoons out of the service.
Unloed Halyes hurries up Grant will
bear off the paln as the champion
JUDGE AsA PACLaCn, of Philadelphia,
died on Saturday, aged seventy-foir.
Io. was born in Connecticut, but
walked to Susquehanna county, Penn
sylvania, at sixt en, with twent y dol
lars In his 'pocket. He engaged in
boating con) ftoin the Lohigh valley
Philadelphia, and in time anassed
great wealth, had several railroads
built to the coal fields, and became a
railroad king. The Democrats ran
him for governor i 1869, and he was
defeated by only a small majority. At
the time of his death ho owned twenty
million dollars-just a million times
what he began lifo with. It was said
of his wealth, "not a dollar was made
by wronging any Individual." lifs
career is a lesson to young men of
ability who begin life poor.
WE RFGrET to see that the Chester
Beporter criticised G3 eneral Preston's
oration quite savagely, and twitted
the orator with having seen service
only in the conscript bureau. A cor
respondent of the Register shows that
General Preston was in active service
in the beginning of the war, and par
ticipated in the battle of Manassas.
He took charge of the conscript bureau
at the special request of President
Davis, and his sone served in the
army, one giving up his life for his
country. General Preston was an
elderly Imani at the begluning of the
war, and bad he not taken charge ol
the bureau a more physically active
person would have been detailed for
the past, but could hardly do other
wise n'om the nature of the subject.
General Preston is a noble and lhon
orable gentleman, and we regret that
he should have beon, as we think, un
The Nlew Trench Drama,
Rlealismi in art and fiction is the rage
nowadays, and the French writer
Zoha is its apostle. His novels, which
arc by no meanus nice, portray to the
very life the everyday scenes on the
back courts and kitchens of the me
tropolis. Zola's last work "L'issom
rnoir," or, IAdly translated, the
"Knock Dlown," has beena dramatized.
It has had a run of over a hundred
nights in Paris and is now played in
New York. Tho characters are w ash
er-women, cooks, rough~s, vagabonds
and drunkards. 'One0 character dies
of deltriumn tremens on the stage, and
two of tihe wvomen fight a pitched
battle on the stage, delnging each
othmer with dirty soapsuds, and tearing
each other's apparel ini pre'tty Savage
style. Life in the lowest, dregs of
society is Portrayed in tile most realistic
Not content with the play, the
society of Paris got .up anl assomnmoir'
ball on the hulndredthi night bf the per
formance. The elite of Paris were
invited, tihe Womlen to be attired as
washer-women, thle men as artisans
and laborers. Fifteen hundred per
801n0 participated in .tis~ m1lsquersdce.
A Paris letter says:
The fivorite type was the French
rough-short, blue blouse, eurls of the
pattern of long sixes, tihe nmeral
fowing from under a casquette of
silk; trowers thamt are but anlotheri
name for tights, except where they
expand at t le instep to cover thme toe.
This creature will stab you (in the
back) or rook you, or make vou tile
victim or the accomplice of anly kind
of inthmy whieh promises to yield him
apiece of cent sous. It was the right
thing to talk "Assominoir" as well as
to look it. The supper was in keep
in1g. The meats and wines were
good, but they were served in the
style of tihe Faubourg .St. Antoine
th ies pdtlredl out of* powter at a
powter bar, tile meat cut ini paving
slabs, sandched betwveen huge crusts
of bread. TI vaa the absolute realiza
tion of the kdea of a riud plenty, anid
the odd thing is, people seemied to
like it; everything is in change, of
course. Soon the table looked like a
Crystal Palace refieshment bar on
htte lM9nday. I saw Pierson shud
der as she apprached it but it was
the rule to taev6erytming in good
art.l~omi~oLeblane weunt so fir as
but she is such a Aol ocome~,,
Wm on her weddhu% day with
det~sof ake up pi uant i0othe
lc-b~ty~~ow w they areli
le htgs ided, not to be
to be hinted at.
that he will never underetand
tach. The vety l9fre at the
stared ahast, go the people0 )&
thwir carriages, at. the tinigs that were
goinig to be3 do1Ne in Irlu name111o. WhenI
the 111n was at its fotilest a little hairy
mons11ter? made upl lin the likeness of at
blacksmith's bellows blower, flashed
an electric light on the infeirnnal scene.
At about one the theatres poured in
their tronpes to the relfiforcement of
soclety. Each sent Its cozntinu 1ent,
even the i'rancais. Soon the Aim igu I
COimpaI)Y arrived IinI the costumlies of
the piece "Assommoir." Gil-Naiza
wore his blue cottomi stit as (Ito work
ing zilnesmlith oueau; ilelene Petit,
the plain stufffroc lin which Gervaise
is married. Big Virgite was in the
robes d lavoir ; Madame Bjoche, in
ni awfNl oonstriloin In Scotch plaid, I
the concierge's Sunday best, which I
kills all the rest of the color on the
stage. The contrast between Helene
Ptit's make-I) and tine niatural dis
tincotimon of her imintiller wias Imost, I
striking. She looked n1on1e the worse
for her death in the snow an Iouri
before. Gil-Niaza, too, had risen frotn J
the grave, anid had os1t,. till tracos of
that. awful attack of delhrum tremeni
which carries him offl at it quarter past i
oleve in every night. JI e was nervous
ly vi'aciols, after his wont, and
seellied to be as inuch excited by the
SCene as CoIpwau by his * ilimod 'rate
potations of pIt blom. It may be I
that in Is moments of reposo he is i
iunted by tine scenes of real life he
has StielId ill l)Npnriition for (this
realistic drim . It is well- kiown i
that he went to tihe mnladhnounses to see t
how len (d(ied of tine softeninig of tine V
For years there Ias been nothing on
tlie l1reiclh or iny) oilier stage like llsC
reniderillg of Coupeau's deith Iaonlv.
It may not. be art, bit it. is cerltailly
realisinm. It Slioild be taken ronild th'. t
Black Couintry in plaeo of that old
miracle pliay Cart. in winich the teetotal
socieoi ised antially to exhibii their
tableau irant of the cuirse of drunik
eniness for the ediloaitin of tie
millers. The success or the liy will
depend on tihe choice of an actor for
this part. An old fashioned haind,
with tine connventionial reel a1n(l stang- 1
ger, will simply ruin It. It is not
that. Gil-Navia shows yol tile wholei
man iciting away, Is' It were, ilto
an itter inie plitide of all tine fileilties, I
plhysictl aInd mora1. ls hnnud will
itot serivo him, lils brain will not. serve I
him, lits eye will not serve him ; in his
last paroxysm ie thinks lhe has "little
beasts" crawllngF all over his body,
amid keeps combing himself down with I
skininy fingers to keep thom of' his I
face in a manner sickening to see. 1
This is tine new school-nnaturo in tihe I
raw, the very truth, the actual cautry -
will it 'make fortune?" We shiril 1
see. According to Zola, It is to be I
this or nothing. All tine rest are dead ;
the romanticism of Victor Blugo as I
dead as the rest. The nineteinth cen
tury wants ftacts. In a recent critical
notice of "'Ruy Bins," which is mow
1lling the F'rancais, lie talked of it
exactly as if it belonged to the theatre
of tine Middle Ages. It was a good
thing in its day, but surely we not, to I
be told in ours that a lackey and a
queen-that queen being presumably
a1 wolial-coild see nIto other way out
of' a love atlhir than a dnraiught of
poison. Allons doe/ we have grow n1
wiser, if ever we were so foolish;
thiings do not pass in that way. The
fete at the Elsyco Monitmartre was an
advertisenit of the school to all
Panris, to all tine world, It was tine
sone ctlotte rev~el of a literary '89; its
danncing was also a trampling downm,
tignres ot lthe okt('raihas or bartvfldi
anld society were under' its feet.
The [Frenchn have always been de
cidedly Frnenichy. Blut ini tis assom
mir i craze tiney have out hierodied
Hered. 'While San Fr'ancisco enjoyed
tine spectacle of a Passion Play, in
which tine life aind death of tine Saviour'
were portrayed nightly cnn tine boanrds
for two wveeks, until an outraged peo
ple had thne actor' whno pensonnated tine
Savionr punt in prn~io and tine pilav
abjoilied by thne police. France goes
wild on annother. tuck aund revela ini
scones that mut tend to degr'ade
society to tine lowest level. It Is to
be shlcenrely hoped that the' Frenchi
will keep their new style of drama
religiously to thnemselves.
A 8oLEMX iiCRXz
Notanble Unlin of Churcle Poplen at Hiar
roduburng, lKy.--Sormuon by Revw. C. .
iIAfinoSDUnto. Ky., May 11I o
(diy, in thne Souithen Pr'esby terian*
churnch of' this pla2ce, wvas wi'tnesed a.
scenme, the solemnity of whlich broughnt
tona to thne eyes. ci mpny Chin'stiana,
amnd yet it w~as a most hapv occasmin
It was thne begi nnini0 to 'nO'Covemnt
Singura ted by tine 11ev. C. E. Chi
chiester', of Souhn Carolina, tine tem l)o
rarly supply of' thnat chunrchn, andal
mnov ,meont that cain blit resul~ in gretat
good. - y innvitation fromn tno, >astor
aund session, tihe Assembly' Pre'sbvtenri
'ims aind tine Providenve chircnhes and
thneir pastors wenre Invited to it tentd the
ISounthern Precsbyterian Clhuirchn, anid
join Its members in tine celebiatlion of~
tine saucramnnennt of' the Lord's sunpper ad
mninistered to-day. In this great
uinicon of Chnristians were manly memn
bers of othner chnurchnos and dennomdin
tionis, alvl vtedI topriiae in e
sacred feast. About tweinty-tive or
thinty elders, among thnem tine sessions
of bothi branches of' the Presbytrian
chulrchl of tis place, participa'ted In
adnmnisternng the sacraimeont. .1Rev.
Mr'. Koigwimn, of tine .Northnern wing,
whnose entire congnregation was preosent'
assisted in the solemn service, as (did
thoeeJ M. Betts, tine pastor of
Prvdec churichn, whnichn was one of
thne few thlat niever divided. Thne lat
ter hans assisted Mr. Chichnestenr in conn
ductlin tine meetinig just closed, Wvhlih
begain last hionday, pieachi ng sonme
ver ot'ective and1( interesing sermnons.
le mlitsie by tine three cliris tilted
Inn song to-day was granid, anid 'tine
sermnnon by Mr'. Chicinester, whose text
was the last words of tine Savilour ut
tered oin thne cross, "It is fnIshed, '
was pronotineed by miany to hnave been'
one of thne fnest oever dlivered from
that pnlpit, though Robertson, Green
Hump 8,Brekeniridge, Pratt and
ote itngulshed divines have otnn
ooonpl'ed the same stand.
Mn. Chiehester' Is not only a thor
ough biblical student, an earinest,
eloquent and fliseinlatinig Speaker, but.
a very ofreehive oreachner and worker
Inn th Sunday-schiool, whlo, during his
short stay here, has endeared himself
ito thne heartsof this pople, wino sadly
regrt that tis is hi ast .day wvtih
tm, as ho returns, after tine session
of the General Assembl~y whieh meets
in Lottisville, to his inaveSt.
--Why blhotid 1A bd gov#o~ over
one.Stats when.1 xmay -beprsdent
A MU8HROOM IOTY,
low It Was Folnnet'd, Built, and Hazud in a
(From tho Leadvllo (Col.) Ievellio.)
An excitement such ats Is rarely seen
utside of a mIning town, 'which, In
act, could iever occir from the same
anses in an old settled town, Was ox
icrienced vesetlediay. The ground
cClp)ied ats i mi111i site by the 1ariTson
1dtion111 works was tloiigOed with
iiiiluineds of eager* m11en1 whl were
[uietly but nervously erecting a Una
uare city. A carpenter oin.' upper
bhestitmt street opened the bail. He
ad i i ad a baseless rumor that the
atelt for the groind cl1 laimed as a
aIcerlocation by Ton Starr woild
leverl be granted, but that a town site
vould he grillted in its stead. He
hought. the tihne lad como for a divis
)i of tell 10 spoil8, and went out during
lie still stiiall hours of the early imorn
1g and put ip) two founidationis Oil the
larrison groillds, it the uppor end of
ho Uliestirit street, froniago. As soon
S this faet was knowni by passers-by
[1 tie morning, it ciised 'considerabl'o
ialk, and a crowd soon coigregated.
silne( thought 4)110 tlhing Iid Some3
nother, aid as Is al wiyi (11 e case, there
cals onle man11 w ho reliarked thalt "it'
hey were going to jupill lots, he could
Luip ats CastIts.as anty 010.'' lie lumped
n a foundation and another followed;
hien the scramble began. Orders for
mli boards were rp11idlv despateled to
be niearest lumber yard or saw-mil.l,
id as soon is they came onl the
roun11d they Were ilacked togethker
uld Called at 1,onshi,,ionl. The
row'd increased inl linu ithmers, aid fihe
xcitieiteet was aigiented by every
Nesh a1rival. .By loollon nearly a
lhousanld pe(o'ple were gathered in* the
0ighborhood, and cvlery foot of
round fronting oil Chestnut and Elh
treots Wias covered wilti folln1datilolls,
uld a 1out, two hundred reat estate
wIIerls hand spiung into existence.
till1 the orders tor h1iimber flowed into
lie yart's, and i number of uprights
iegan to appear, thle lhst start of a
ilding. This move was received
1ih genCral lpproval, and in another
iour some thirty or forty buildings
>egaii to rise upl 11d assume11 pro)por
ions. Several real estate t rallsacti 0118
IoW ocl'red. 0One 11man1 who occl
)ied at cor-ner lot and111 hiad a leat an1d
uibstmiial frame at ructure,.oisisting
>f ibur boards and an upright, two-by
bullr, received an otfor of two hundred
lollars for his property, and took it
ip. The money wis pliked down,
m(d the new proprietor stepped upon
Ns 'lmses and began to put up all
ddItion in the shape of another two.
iv-four. Another man accepted the
>ld of fifty dollars for a quit-claim
teed. and passed rapidly away. Car
>enters were inl denitild it ton dollars a
liy, and none inl the imarket. They
vere ill busy jumping for themselves.
.n the lleanlltlne a coirier had been
lespiatcelid to tle Argentito Mining
Jompany's works, and the entire
vorkintg force was -summoned to ap
ear at the smelter ofilee. They all
vleit. ill quietly, a few at a time, and
tItracted no attention. The acting
niyor, Dr. Taylor, went upj to the
)flice and swore ill tell trusty men,
1ho had been selected as a' special
police, and ats soon as this had been
lon they filed out, backed by fifty
Lbran miners ,.and began tie work
Lf razflug tihe the Oewly-built city to
t he ground. Beginning at tile uppe
per enld of the buildong, thley ma13de
Olqdtt..$jd..Wt. ilat... Little or no
Clrs, seing thlat thley wvold have' thfi
hanlds full if anyl~ 8sneh thing was at
temp~tedl, quietly gave way, and ac,
ceptedl the situation. Theo Messra
Loker anld ines were comp11lete mas
ters of tihe situationl. Teams were
emloyed, an~d ill two hlours' time 1no
al board( remainelcd Onl tile grounid t<
mlark the recentceitv..
Ilow Nine teen isiilg Claimna Were Nasuei
A far WVest stud~y ill nlomenclature I
givenl by tile Salt Lake Tr'i'iunle. .1
stranlger a~sks'a iner wily a .serles 0
muileteen claims hiav.e tile n'amle of'"Tiu
f'innlegan." The1 reliy ill tile vern'aen
11ar expla31ins tile phenlomeon:' Wel
straniger, it was3l at Prescot t, all' meC 1an
Tu'1scan Jalke was1l p1l'ing a gamie o
earsocQk jes' for; tlie drinks, yotn khiouw
whenh in colles one0 of them crazy
blood-thirsty bloodliouuds that :ttnai
100s0 inl ml~iig camps1binjhno
rip ped out his six-shoote4rfahdilhhot th<(
barkeceper dead11; tilen, tuid~ng on1 nul
all'-Tuscanl Jake, said(1: 'ow, either og
you move1 an1 inchl an1' I'll blow tile to:
of your heads(1 oil'! We know'd he1'd1
(10 it. Thar was the barkeeper deadl
an1' thar~l was tile pistol polited righlt al
11s. It was dread ftl We dlarsn't taike
al t~lll breath. Jake's feelinls' wor'kedl
0on him1 so pIowert~tllyv that he coulldnl'l
keep still ; 1h0 hitched rounid a little.
Quick as lighltnling a bullet lalid himti al
my1 feet. The sweat stoo)d on) myl lhee
like cobble-stones. 1 even1 wished chi
would shoot, me1 ani' ha3ve it over withi
Jes' theni a1 pistol flashled behlind thed
wild beast all'he fll dead1( ill his boots.
Timl F~innleganl hAd'got too mullch wihiis
key early' ml tihe evenin', all' stretched(
ouit 01n some1 barrels inl tile corner0, anll
wvent to sleep. Tile shot1s thlat killed
thle barkeeper all', Jake waked im.
All' bell)' sobered~ by' his nap~I, 1he, un1
bekho~wnst to ue SIn' tile murderer
easily all' gradually drlew 111s pIgtol all
'ent thle bl oodhiound to kingdom come.
Sl uggedl 311' kissed Tim. all' I've
nlamed the cliriR after' himt; an'. if' I
dile before my~ wife--Timl's a bachlelor
- I wanlt 1her to be named10( 3rs. Thn
EQUA. L o TIlE EMJEIWGENCY.-Gener-.
ill Har~idee, whlose' nlianu~al of linfantry
tactics was in use0 in all the Souithern
llrmiles, visited a rulral Georgia tOWnI
ane dlay dulling the warl, and the comn
nIlander of a "11011e guard" companly
soughit to do himself anld the General
11o11r by1 par~IIng. his comminand in
l'ront of 'the Illn ill whIich Hardee1c had
'oomns. Tile wr'iter upionl tactics Came1
lilt uponl tile balcony to reviewv tile
iommlanld, an~d the militia officer put
h)ilmen thrloulgh their paces. In 0one
of the manou031vres tile men0 became coi
t'ueed an~d got into a hol~less
tan~gle. Ilardee, iln tellig thle stor,
maid that lie couldl thin1k of no possible
way iln Which they mlighlt be extricated,
ladlwalted withI great curiosity to see
what tile mlihtia commal~nder would do.
1'hat r'ur'a tacticlan) looked at the eon
Ibsed miass for' a mnornent with a scowl
of perplexity upon is forehead' thlen
fise fice cleared, and lie shoute~ the
"Disenltangle to) the front-march."
Whlereuponi the men nmarched for
ward aind ibinmed a ne0w 11110 wIthout
regard to 'tile order of the old one.
Hardee said the command was not in
~tyny othrbo tt
-MIo. Isabell jiCulloch, the di
vorced wife of Bri'rnoli, is the "'Buttei
cup" in the now i'oston "Piinafore."
- Longfillow begins a poem in
the Inte rtQonal Review wit the ex
"i'ow coild are thy baths, Appollo I"
Apollo will probably explain that the
poet must have turned the wrong fau
--Soine of the niegroes who emigrat
ed to Krijss il cett1 IV we an
Op)ortitIy to grow up with t 10coun
trp. They lve alroady...been.planted
-Surely Mr. Charidler can now af
ford to tao hijs collar off of a yos.
There is no likelihood that anybody
elso will ever claim the man.-Atlanta
Zachairy Chand. M44'ds s84y ho
wiasn't drunk iV h m&Ii'.irado an exhi
bit ion of Iuihiskelfi.th dither day. How,
then, done11y Ir s fto account for
his beastliness ?-tAaanta Constitution.
-A young man in .Nebraska sent an
ofler of marriago to a girl In Iowa
whomi e b i1whnleCd, and In reply. received
this telegriam: '"Cone on with your
-Clowns have dpterloated so much
(uring the past tweity-ilvo years that
circuses are now bull ged to employ
four of these stale jesters to make up
-Lett dogs bark, but confound
them, says the Boston Trasmript, they
shaln'tdo aill the growling--not if the
1'orty odd millions of people inl these
United States kniow themselves.
-It is'an editor with modesty the
most intense in the land who' writes
the tollowing: "Tiring of their Lydia
T 1hompson appearance, the maple treoes
aire going down in their trunks for
their sprmng and iinimer tu'ts."
-The Patterson Press says: If you
happen to come across a red-hcaded
man six feet high, weIghing 240
pounds, armntd to the teeth and with a
wicked look in his eye,just take him
in like a good eitizen. It is Red
-A Boston wife slyly attached a
pedometer to her husband, when, after
-upper, he started to "go down to the
Oftlee and balance thebooks". On his
return tit'leen miles of walking was re
corded. He had been stepping around
a billiard table all the ovening.
- A Paris correspondent writes that
Mlle. Nilsson, the great songstress, is
passing the winter in Paris. She is in
perfect bodily health, and she is dying
of ennui. her husband, M. Ilou
zeaud, will not let her sing. He can
not bear to see otliqr men making love
to her on th6 stage.
-At an evening party one lady was
making an is of herself In the matter
of another, of whom she said vehe
mently that there wiasn't such another
in the city for everything that was Un
lkdVlike 6r unwomanlv. "Sh-sh. my
dear," whispered a t1'fend to her, ",olu
are forgetting yourself."
-"George," she said, t'o the erspir
ing young mal, "I love you uist the
same, but as our city relatives are
coming next week, mother thinks
vou'd better stay away, because your
long hair and freckled face might
make them think our ocquaintances
weren't ywvm- hlig-tonued." The young
man is ..ifng. .
--Freemian's~s I frioe of his daugh
ter is cite d bvt tl oston Herald as a
striking bxani >lt#f faith without rea
that human reisQll s not to be <depend.
ed upouh and tbjt faith is our only
-A gentleman was disturbed froni
his rest in the middle of the inight bs
some one kniocklug on the street door
" Who's there,". he asked." ''A fr-iend,'
was the answer, -"What do voe1
want?" "I wimnt to stay here' al
night." "Queer taste; stay there b3
all moans," was the benev-olent-reply
-Nothing can exceed in intensits
the sickly paullor that o'ersprieads th'<
*countenance oftho young man whem
his girl lifts trom his coat collar
long red hair, several shades lightei
than her own, ajnd transfixes him wviti
a stony gaze that demands instant ex
--"What are you looking for?" ask
red one of the wvid6e Bedott's tw<
daughters, whto .were bnter-taining
their young f'ell~ows on the piazza rath
er- late~one night last- suimmer, of theou
mother, wvho-'eoemcd to -be hunting foi
something..arouud the front yard
"'The mnorning japers1'". answereod th<
vidow. The y-oung men left.
--A San F.-aicisco' manager is said
to have receitly 'returned the manu
seri>t of a play to the aitthor with the
following ssggestions: "Alter the
fir-st act so thnt the heroine robs the
bank Instead o)f defending it, anid in the
last act make her elude the detectives
by .climbhmgu pa cataract on a slack
rope i'tthu h< b slung' on her back,
theni I'1ll rodmice your lilay."'
d-r.~l'R thle motor man, pours
a glass of wea~ ''in his' invenltion and
It .raises 15,0(0 pounds. This is pretty
good thr.. water,. but pour'a glass of
wvhiskcy inte man andc he -v wi raise
h-, well, onsiderably more thani 16,
000 pounds. IThis to be hoped though,
that M-: i~Cedy will stick to water.
-The preent heads' of the houses of
Norfolk and~utherland 'have, for the
first time in their, history abandoned
the Liber-al- 'u~ and joied the stan
dlard of the Ialof Beacotnsfield. The
Duke of Nomfolk owes his liberty to sit
in the Housbf P eers- to the Liberal
party, anid ihb7I)uke of Sutherland re
ceived both his 'idrquisate and Ditke
domi from "(th -
-A Bri ' cavalryman suggst.
that the arto'swimming on horseback
be regularly eratised, wvheneve r pos
sible, in tlehe iUsh cavalry, and urge
as a reason thi9: reoent loss of an etre
sqluadron o( the- Tenth .luZZars while
attempting toford the River Cabul.
lie mention~ that last summer he sawv
a' Ff-ench -bavalry regiment practise
"mounted Awimuming" in the Seino.
If either mehi or horses exhibited signs
of nervousness, the practice was re
peated until confidence had been ob
DDI. O. IK. LADD,
HI AVING retorned to Winnsboro, and
resumed thes praetiee. of--medicine,
offets his professional services td the citi
zens of the town and county.
.# Ofuo in Bank Range,' tpstairs,
neitto Netas and )IGld oftlee - tranqe
on ogress street.. - mar l-xt~m
A\ LUieoas * at eteb7 16ted not
.4to. shoot urem of anY dq'ition
inloel ' An "'I lato~ W*illb
A TORPID LIVER
In., thi fraitfil sonrce of many diaeapee, prom!.
eUlt, aiIong wich are
DYSPEPSlA SICK-HEADACE, COSTIVENESS
DYSENTERY. BIUOUS FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER.
JAUNDICE, PILE3, RKEUMATISM, K(IDNEY COM.
PLAINT, COUC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lois of Appetite and Nausoa, the bowels
are coative, but sometimes alternate with
iodseness,~Fatin, ttne RC4eacompanied
with a Dullsensationin teba~pirt,Fan
In theriht side and under the shoulder.
blade,~fullness after eating~~witha dsini
OliIidn to exertion of bod~ ormind, Irri
Lability-of temperLowi y_ to
memory, with a feeling of havingnegleoted
some duty Gneral weaineiissiness,
Flittering at the Ho~ortelts befoir the
eyes, YellowSiin, -Hedacha geneillj
over the right eye,_ Roatliessness at iiihi
with 1t"l dream.,hilycolooidUrin.
IF THES3 WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are ospeolaily adapted to such
oases, a single dose effects
such a change of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer.
te mpude f ubatancee that are
free rrem' a'16 properties thsat Gas Isjure
Nin us eS eictte sgalatiem. They.
tcarcho Clenaee, Falnry, and Invigorte
he entiredoysm. By relieving ste e
qosdlivor, they cleansee the bleod
1rem 'eieoa ue bmers, and eus mpart
health It Vitality to rSe body c ausing
the bowels t act atauraly, wihout
%Thic h s One -a feel -we ,g.
A 1I'oted Divineo says:
Dr. TUTT-.D*ar SirJ For ten year I have
a wartyr to 11e*Pepsi, Constipjation and riie 1=a
Sprint our P ie were reeoiende4 to oa us*
theult with little fith). I am now a tU an
havS good appEttE YWHseatioer2ec sto ,
tR' Dr. T' % 80AnAr Louville, Ky.
first eect is to Increase i Appe.ies
cause the body to Take en 1 mis, thus the
systemin tirehulep, ani by their T dle A -e
lig the Digeiverage, egutas
teloRea are produced.
DR J F, HAYWOODS
O RNEWYORKE SAY
40ew ls.N ist That ceannot be relieved bt y
10Ibe ir to htee orMA fsame And 1
th2l burpoe no remedy hds It ri been neaad that
I2e as happy a effer, as TU'gradsIL."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
1M 8a ckurray Street Now Yrb;
IN" Dr. TUTTr'8 MANUAL of Valuable Infor
mati[on aud Uscfla Iteceipts " will be tualledfirs
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
LNAT HAin Ol. WR, ans had uto kOes
L~K r s Sbaplaletonofi oDin. Itim.
acon Baes as uprgar. rd by Drugists. cc
eent by eapre.. a re~iett $1.
Office, 35 Murray Pt., Now York.
OR a ood drink-Le onade
Lint Julep, or any other d
. Sokingf Towacco
Durhs. oas-l brest,
400 bs.Ch wing B keT For
10 isines CranhsedCirn
2Fbes banedt Italn, Pachesrni,
12Tboma, allxedikes, Co
50b Cho icen Pepper FSaucr.
BAGGING o BOT AND I OES.
ARD ofnwhich .wilcabe aod cetfo
Ryod ie an B igar-th
"Aiter ier aViF W.gar, -
*IRTs Seakiog Tob aco
eube P.urmp s andTo,.up
kin ExCroftWill Tofbaa
Raismpin, Culants, adain.Jae
Fres Canede Samn ahs n
''Toprsaeo, ofinde fhes Cour
ow aomnd Peppefr aue.con
AJfne net ofhi BOTe leAND HOEfSa'
Ah ll owing-deswilbe podeap toi:
aCts, Rea Hof Toanh BaldWtee
Reunen ofW. Yungei ea ands re-mp
1entl bxecorg o the Willt of br.
Ja mesSake, louth by, aganst beaong
ing tonchr Mefean ljh oe
arn puesu yane of an orde EotheCor
oehfostl efothheurhone oobe
pid cansbo, te thane in tev onhsi
June dayofxat, with the b ond .f pale,
Alha panaiong or trac ofemind,
AndS mre rasr ptate lfor. allnds
bWingn'thebro, nyofFi 8.4 n h
Rier and8 bounde . n t.orhb
lay~ of10- Yuneatbylndde
Jae W.rks sot bladselng.
ndutrh and moing Tlott.o l
IT IS FALSE ECONoMY 'o10 BUY A IHIAP Olt
OAN W11Hr. A F. W J)OL ,Ana; MORk* WILL
. UST TUR INCOMPARADLE AND AL
-1 POORET AND DEREST.
) 'E l1011EST P1itCE.1.
}UT BEST AND CliEAPES'.
NE W PRICES.
ix Stops, Elegant
.xso, of now do
.ign, only - - $80.
'on Stop. 4 SOt
eeds in Nw Style
- ASon ii", only - - - $95
Tenl . J.ti Reeds, Mirror Top
"ase, with Gold Bronzo Ornamentation,
only -- $100.
OVER 100,000 MADE AND SOLD.
Winners of the highest honors at the
World's exhibitions for twelve
PARIS - - - 1867 VIENNA - 1873
4ANTIAGO - 1875 PHIf1A., PA. 1871
PARIS - - - 1875 SWEDEN - 1878
Endorsed by Franz Liszt, Theodore
thomnas, Ole hull, Gottschalk, Strauss,
\Varroa, Mlorgan and over one thousand
aminent ' musicians of Eu rope and A mori.
ca. The testimony as to the inmense su
periority of these instruments over all
others is emphatio, overwhehuing and
RENTED UNTIL PAID FOR.
These Organs are now offered p urchias
ersby monthly instalments of from $5
to 10, or wil be rented until the rent
pays for them. From one to three years
time givei for payment.
Specoial redtuetion given to Churobes,
Schools and Pastors. Agents wanted
everywhere. Organs Rt nt on trial to an
part of the Sou'.. We pay freight both
ways if not satisfactory.
SOUTHERN WHOLESALE DEPOT.
For the more convenient su ply of
outhern trade a Southern W olesale
Depot has been established at Savannah,
Ga., from which Dialers. Churches,
Teachers, and the retail trade can be
supplied at N. Y. and Boston factory
rates. For Illustrated Catalogues, price
lists and full information, address
LUDDEN & BATES,
Iranufacturers' Wholesale Agents,
mch 25 3m
PUE WHITE OIL.
-150 DEGREES FIRE TEST.
W E recommend the VESTAl
OIL as a safe illuminato r. .It iE
as clear and white as water, consequent3
gives a brilliant light. with very litt
odor. Try i. The price is lcs th..i
over. J. Al. BEATY & CO
THE FRIEND OF ALL
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pill
- ve me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are murve'ous."
"I send for another bo z, and kep then
"ur. nlonoway has ciu---a my hea tach
at was enronie.
"1 gave one of your Pills to ,mny baul,
. for o holera nmorbus. The dear iist.
Sthing got well in a day."
e "' nausea, of a morning is nos
"Your 1-x pf Holloway's 0 ntmen
cared me. of noises in thme head.
rubbed some of your Ointment behim
the ears and the noise has lefi."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for
"I enelosa a dollar; your price is' 2
cents, but the medicine to me is worth
"Send me flye boxes of your Pills.':
"Let me have three boxes ut'you
Pills by 'return mail, for chills an<
I has a over 200 such testimonials al
these, but w'ant of space compels mne t<
Fons ConTAEO!Ja DISORDERS,.
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is mnost invaluable. It does no
heal externally alone, but penetrate;
wvi'h the most searching effects to thi
very rcot of evil.
ROLLO WAY'S OINTMENT.
P'ossessed of this remedy, every mer~
may be own doctor. It may be rubbet
into the system, so as to roach any in
ternal complaint; by these mecans, curei
sores or ulcers in the throat stomach
liver, spine or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts
contracted or stiffjoints, gout, rheuma
tim ansi all skin diseases.
te O i' ~ Cu TI O.5 7NOfl are enuone nt o
thanited States surrounds each box of Pll
and Ceachtment. Boxes at 95 centf, 82 cents, and
11 There is considerable savingb taki1
the larger sizes. HIOLLo WAY &CO.,n
feb I5-ly Neow York.
FOR TIIE~ lEST CIGAII
2cents at F. W. HADENJIRT'S
PATTERSON'S OEDDAnED SPRINO8.
These springs are situated four miles
south of Shelby and six miles north of
Whitaker's, on the Air-Line it. it. The
mineral waoters are sulphur and ohaly
beate. The pi-operties of the sulphur are
Iron, sulphur and magnesia. Propertlies
combined are benefoica to all disease,'
and never fail to euro the most obsti o~
cases, as many will testify. The ohi-y
beat. waters oasnot be surpassed, havin~
wrought many almost miraoulouis cures.
These celebrated Springs are now opern
and the prices are in reach of all--having
beentgreatly reduced this season.
Bathing houses, croquet grounds, ten
pin alloy, and ether amusements and
attractions free for visitors. Hacks run
ning from this plaee Will meet visitors at
She by or at WV1 Itaker's. on the Air-Line
Il.R. upon short notice to the Proprietor.
I RATES OF BO3ltD.
Per elay . . * - - $1.25
Per anonth .- - 72.-0
Per month for 2 or more months, 80
Children and servants half price. -
For further particulara. address'
W- C. PATTERO, r'
may 7-taoio Shelby, N''O.
- narsi ne wuld respectfully
opened a Shavinan Hnir-outtini $a.
oo ins the tue wo doors not~h of Air. f
DNoC'arle ., where hse will take pleas'r
in serving all who may fiswot him wihre
call '1Voiythng~ th le tonsor'ial line
This important organ weighs hut about throO
pounds, and ;1l tile blin a livi. pc:son (abuout
three g. 1 Ion asses through it it least once k'ery
half itur, to hive the il at other limprities
strained or eiltered froin it. il te i, the nattiral
purgativc of the bowls. awl if the I iver becoi es
torpid it is nmt se :iratetd fron the llood, but ctr
ried thro,h tIle veins to a1ll pal is of tile systcnm,
and in trying to escajpe tinough the pores of the
skin, causes it to turnx yellow or a dirty brownt
color. The stvinach becomes dis.;c1ed, and' Dys
14 popsia, Indigestionm, Constipatiow. Ieadaclc, Bill.
ousness, Jaundice, Chills, biala Fercs.. Piles,
4 Sick and Sour Stomach, and general debility fol.
P low. MAummtUL's L'lur1r1ATM1, 1te rest vegetable
4 discovery fortorpidity, causes tim Ever to throw
off from one to two ounces of bile each tinic tho
blood passes through It, as lonig as there Is an ex.
Csf bMi; and the effect of even a few dbaes
upon yellow complexion or a brown dirty looking
skin, will astonisir all who try It-they being tho
first s ymptoms to disappear. hlie ctue of all bill.
otis dIscases amnd Liver coinplaunt Is nmade certin
by taking HKXPATINn in accordance with directions.
Ieadache Is. generally cured in twenty minutes,
aud no disease that arisme from the Liver can exist
If a fair trial Is civen.
SLDr AS As SUBSTITUTE FOR PILIQ
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, arises from tho
Opi11n or Lorpiamn treatment, which simply stu.
peics as the work of death goes on. $to,ooo wilt
be paid If Oplim or Morpine, or any preparation%
of Opium, Morphine or rusi cale found
lin the GLODt FOwKR Cuoco SVnor, which has
cured people who are living to-day with but one
remaining lung. No greater wrong canl be done
than to say that Consunption is incurable. The
GLouR Fowini CoUGH Svntr will cure it whCn
all other means have failed. Also, Colis, Cough,
Asthnia, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the throat
and lungs. Read the testinmonials of the Ilon.
Alexander H. Stepliens Gov. Smith and Ex-Gov.
Brown of Ga., 1on. 6co. Pckbody; ps well as
those of other remarkable cures in cur book-frco
to all at the drug stors-and be cdnvnccd that if
you wish to be cured you can be by taking tho
GLOB ' LOWER CoMM SVRUI'.
Take no Troches or Losenges for Sore Throat,
when you can .ct 0O.o1 FWER SvnUr at sac.
price. For sae by all Drggista
I ric25 Cents and $1.00
Grave inist:.kes are made In the treatt ent of all
diseases that arise from poison in'th' blood. Not
one case of Scrofula Syphilis, White Swelling,
Ulcerous Sores wnd Uhl Disease, in a thousand,
is treated without the isc of Mercury in some forns.
Mercury rots she bones, and the diseases it pro.
duces are worse than aiiy other kind of blood or
skin dise.,se can be.* Dit. PieunnxNKToN'Si r$--LN
GiA or QtUHuN'S DmrUGHT is the only medicine
upon which a hope of recoecry from Scrofula, S
philis a Md ercurial diseases in all stages, can b
reasonably founded and that will cure Cancei.
N $zo,ooo will be paid by thoproprietors if Mercury,
or any ingredient not purely vegetable arid harm.
less can be found in it.
Price b anll Dru gists $lt.oo.
GLR onnI LowLa ooua SYiRUP and MERRMLL'S
-HIRPATIMnh ]FOR Titnt Livrit for sale by all Drug.
gists in 25 cent and $u.oo bottles.
A. F. MERRELL & CO., Propriotors,
1GRKAND OPENING I !
v' Halve her coutsins an.1 her
*- is and her' aiunts
S"* Riuch ant ensilht-.s
varie' tinl1 mnignileeni
assohrtme its f
aswr pmurchasmed at theo recenit greast
5sales i. New Yoirk, sed wsill be sold at
a ua oishingay
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3 Our stock is complete in dry goodsh, no..
tions, embroideries, ladlies' neckwear, per
ftumery,- hosiery, ladies' hants, mnilliniery,
- straw goods, gent's fusnishming goods an
t all branches, i:stesmt style straw and felt
g hats, boots, and shoes in all sizes for
a latdies, gentlemen, misises and oluild're,
clQt~h and leather. Also, the latest style of
To convinc~e yourself and Rave money,
i call at tiho well-isnown stasndm of
.SUGE~NHEDIER & GROE80HEL.
SPElCIALTY-One I~undred large size
ladie s Parasols, at 25 cents each.
OJHARLOTTESVILLE CASSIMERIES CH EAPERt
CH ARLOTTESVILLE OASSIldBERES CHEAPER~
THAN EVERt I
CHIARLOTTEBVILLE CASSIMERIES OUEAPEfl
THAN EVER I
Oharlottesvillo Cassilneres and Jeans,
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
a rT e folwn steprsn hehule of ari
IRailroad,on the basIs of Washington time,
who sbou sixteen intsatr thaln
IIOJT PASSENOER---OING NORTNU.
Dly'"'" "c~...,............10.00, P.
ito Oly "" """'"'""" "
'acum 9LL *~ "'""''''''.. I
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