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WINNSDO11. 8t. C.
*. DAY DarNINY1, E NDY 2b 1879
"06 R. *3rrozDs. 4AssocIAn EDITOR.
tE T0QUELL prophesied that li
the American negroes wore evei
emancipated they would be extirpated
r e~pelied. Ii t.
but LGRANININzISTeoaIroturuing home ill
see nl1ly, muchI to the diggust of the third
at outrmeirs who wish to keep ihii away
par t estil next spring. The inlferior article
1y con Bourbon retailed in Chini and
sluggesm may have some influence in
gest, ,1ning the prodigal's return home.
niy reaso KRIDLE, thie school 8uerin
my plaiht, of Newy-ork City, whose Con
'iulnese. 'Jt to spiritualisin hqs beeni al
eOaMdy noticed, has resigned his office.
- It is a pity that he has run oil' at a
taugont aftler forti years of successful
- and distinguished services in the cause
TnP HOUSE is still lighting over the
unlimited silver bill. The voting is
very Close. party linle4 no0t being elear
ly drawn. We holieve in lilnited
coinage of silver, but must agree wit i
the Republican thedry that a flood of
1silver certificates with fictitious values
env il lunsettle public confidence now so
well Strange Political Bedfellows.
en, For strange prnks in polities com
ed umend us to New York City. It is
difficult for a Democrat inl that en light
ened burg to know when lie may be
come a Republican or when lie will be
A called upon to lie down with the Tom
m'Whany lion. The events of' the cam
alit, aign of last November are known.
t, lit Sixty thousand Tammany it: s - e 'e (e
tun feated in the municipal electioni by
' 1fty thousand Riepublicans anld thirty
lr thousand Anti-Tammnany Demoerals,
bl and the line was very distinctly
w irawn, Anti-Tatuniany and the Re
W publicans combining to badger and
bc defeat Tammany on every hand. But
11 a new deal has been made. Last week
tc Tarmnany joineid with the IRepublican
I., aldermen amn confirmed s0ome ippoinit
C ments peculiarly obnoxious to the
I Anti-Tamnuany members of the board.
I This stratagem ha*1s caused much ex
citement in local circles. When it is
remembered that. all the strike in the
Democratic party is virtually between
Tilden's fi'iends and his enemies, it
would look as If Tammany and the
Radicals had joined forces to keep
Tilden from becoming the Democratic
nominee for President.. The Courier
Journal charges that it is a movement
instigated by hendricks to put Tilden
~~ ~-t'6f the 'W.Ly, and1( thereby leave the
j road more open for himself to reach
the White House. We would suggest
to these schemers that the arerifice of' a
State or so to defeat an opposing can-.
didate, Is also the sacrifice of a point
of vantag~e for the Demnocrat8 in the
Neither Sherman nor Thurman.
Thie O.hlo :flepubl ian convenitionl
meets on the 28th, and the Demnocratic
convention on1 tihe 4th of June. Sh~er
mail po'sitiv'ely refuses to become thed
Rtadical candidate. In a letter to a
war Democrat of New York, he says:
candidte fo goernorooidho wa
he enovery~~l toeart repode tc
cessaful In the sense that. I could b<
elected governor, It would clearly be
wrong for me to enter't~ain it. 8
manyl1 per1sons~ are interested in tih
continueod success of . refuiidinig and
resumptlon thlat, it wo'uld seem like
desertion of a public duty. and 1
would never be forgiven itf any hind.
rance shouist occur ini the way o:
"What I would aspire to inl case pub
lie op11n10n1shouldl (decke to miake me a
candl(idate for'Presidenzt would lbe t<
unlite In co-operation with the liepnb
icnpry all the1 naftIOnal eleinienti
of thle .countriy that contributed to o1
aidled In any~ way in tihe successi~i
vindication of natlinal authlority dur
in1g. the war. I woukt (10 thIs, not fo:
-the purpiose of irritatig tihe South o:
oppressb ig them In any way, but t<
assert and maintain tile supremiacy 0
national authority to the full extent o
allithe power's co'nlerred by tihe conl
stitution. This, as I understand It
is the Jacksonian as wvell as the Rlepubm
lcaun view of niational powers. *
"You see my gener'al Ideas woulh
-. ,,lead me to lean greatly upon the wa
Democrats and soldiers In the scryic
whao have been Influenced by politics
eventis since the war to withhold sur
Port from the lRepublican party'.
"Tihe true Issue for 1880 Is nations
supremaey in national matters, honem
money and an honest dollar."
John is candid, If nothing else. U.
wants to be Pa~sident, and he put
forth a plausible platform. But,
will not wvork. lie had better tak~
-the governorship of Ohio If' he can ge
On the other hand, tile 'Democral
are also at sea.' Thmrman, for reasoam
already given, r'eftses to lead tih
Democrats In Ohio. So the figi
piomnises to dWindle down into a seo
ond-arate affhain after all. 'Were She1
man and!Thurman pitted against oe
other Uh firbuld fly.
- 'he Situation in Washington,
Congress is still engaged in tihe gani
of how toidb' it; aid Congr'essmen ar
di~"eh#t i'' sbechoa for an
~ ~, ~ l~ to sativ~io .appropriatio
wton they know that Hayes has
sveto reddy In 'advance. By "thi
1o bt ** # dit the yot
any one now talks of withholding -tho
appropriations, id the latest
ton is to prepiare a cm np.aign addre
to the people, aptting 19)(1 the fIniquli.
ties of the faditd jiarty. Thoso
who expiAted soWn extreme 6 action to
be ttken, ouich, foi nustance, as s'top
ping the suipplies; will Iay that tie
Democrats have backed down. Oth
era, when told that tlie party never
intemed to refuse tlie appropriations,
ask, with reasoi, why the people were
led to believe it would. But we believe
the majority will hold that whatever
the Democrata may-have si'd and
done, ifthey fiid ilow that they have
comnitted a1 blulnder, they should ex
tricate tliemselves fron the unt enable
positiol Its )rOilptlyaIs possible. It is
very pertinelt to ask tle Democratic
Coigressinen why tle) brought, on
nll extra sehsionl oini to back (own.
''here is reason in this question. But
a blunderer is the worst enemy his
party can have; and to follow one
blunder by another only for the sake
of being logical and consisteiit is the
height of folly. We do not blame our
Congressmen mueh. They were in
flamed, anid they were egged on by
niewspitliers anid by letters from their
constituents. But they were on the
ground and heard the* arguments of
such men as Bayard that iiext winter
would be time (nou1gh to beginl the
contest ; and they should c'-aiily
nlow, with tile lights before them, do
just what seems best for the conitry
and the party, rega'd less of growls in
the rear, aIid of threats to mnruder
thei itt the iext eleelioin if they back
down. Every one ought to kn<.. that
tlie battle ground of 1880 is at the
NwrthI. 'he South I will go Demo
eratie aiiyhow. Anid it is absolutely
iecessalry to consult the views of
Northern Iidepenleilts who Can throw
victory into either scale they choose.
The bIiependeit, North tells the
Deimoeratic party to avoid rashness
and folly, an11d tle Democratic plrty
should pay heed to the adilonitioli.
The best thing to do is to pass the ap
propriatiois-especially as Radical
capitalists threaten to advance the
money,%, to r'ill the governilient if Con
gress refuses to do so. The issue can
be joined oni tle question of troops,
the test oath and the deputy marshals.
It must not be forgotten that the
Northern Denocrats forced the light
ing, and that the South is getting all
the hard blows. The very question o1'
supervisorsi was raised by Northern
Congressmen, and yet ladical demaa
gogies an11d liadical organs swear till
they are black in the face that it is
purely a rebel measure to prevent free
eleelions inl the South. Independent
jourinals are advising the South to
manifest heri conservative spirit by
going to the front and putting an end
to tle farce that is enacting in Wash
ing~toni. And we (10 not believe that
the niewsp~apers down South should
criticise the C'ongi'essmeii too severely;
for thie paipeirs helped to make the
tight, which all can see has not r'e
dounded much to ouri benefit if it has
done no inijury. It is a part, of tie
gener'alship to know how to get ont' a
battle~ fIeld igood ordeir.
A FR EAK~ OF KL ECT'RGITAY.
A sev'ere thunder. storm passedl over'
Andersoin oin last Saturday morning,
Idur'ing wvhichi several str~okes of' light-.
ning camne to the ground within the
limits oft the towni. None of' them,
hioweveri, did anty damage except one,
which struck (the residenice of Mr.
.Julius Poppe, in the southerni portion
of the town. T1he house is prIotected
by two w~ell insulated hollow copper
li'ghtniing r'ods, and1( uipOit one of the
poinlts of1 these r'ods .the stroke' de
scended. The point of' thie l'od was
siitlieieutly mielted to d3roop over, ando
the char'ge evidently being gr'eater
thni the capacity of' the wnid uctor,
4ivided, Al portion.,.going dowhi the
r'od aind (lie remainider pllayinig oil' and
following (lie wet roof' to the boxing
otf the irear' roonii oin the noirthi, wheire
it enitered1, punctuing a hole in the
brick wall sufieient foir a mian to put
his fibger in. It, thence p)ass~ed along
the ceiIlng to (lie partition of' the front,
room, where it again pierced a hole
and1( purslued (lie ceiling to the front
wall, which a p)ortioni ofit alao pierced
in turn, and escatped into the alir, 0or
rani dlowni the wall to the grouiid.
Another por'tion passed1 thriough thle
entiry walhls into the p~arlor' on (lie
south, where it soulghlt ouit (lie gilt
p~icture fr'amies and mielted the gilt in
tstreaks. Mr. andio Mrs. Poppe wer'e
in (lie room wheire (lie lightning en
ter'ed, but were not shocked nor hulrt
in any war excep~t beinig deafened for
a time by thie conieuissin. T'is occur
rcelC lias prioduiced a great deal otf
i nter'esting disonssin, as the course
of thie electric fluid is veiry difileult to
acecounit for. The .opinion, hiowev'er,
is v'ery-.generally entetai~ned that .hiol
-low copper lightning irods are not
suiflleienit conductois for' large strokes
1of electricity, ando that the hlouse w~hidch
has thema Is in all pirobabilitv ymoire en
(dangered than pr1otected by' the'm, foir
they at traet the discharge andl aire inot
e able to carrmy It oil' when It is received.
e RELIEF' FOR NEURtAGIA.-As this
direadful disease is becoming mlore
prevalenit thani formerly, and as5 the
d octors have not discovered any
S mlethoed or medicine that wiill p~ermia
a nenthy cur'e It, wre simpilly state that
for some time past a mieimber of our
famniy has suffered mos-t inte.ise'y from
it,~ and could find n10 sure reliet from
-any re'mecd- applied, until we saw an
- pticle, which we published, r'ecom
ii mnending the application of bruised
horser'adish to the wrist for toothache.
As npur'ala and toothache areo both
ner'vous di seases, we thioughlt (lhe
remedy for one would b)e likely to
Sgive rne Iof jo the oth~er, ~so we made
(lie apphiqs~ptin f hor'seradlsh bruised,
mid ap led to the wriist on the side0
I of tlie bd' where the disease was
aI aoted,Wh ceh gave instant ireliof to a
a sov ro attapk Qf neuiralgha. Since
h Sve aaplIe(,It several times,
San< h lt thes same gratifying r'esualts.
h e med. is s$imp)le, elleap, and may
t)ijn the rQeeh of, over? one,
* .1 lT ER l'N FRItG IA TJFULs FIS TW.
'11tott DangedJ Up* te13jra Tril,-Iammer
Hlls ib4 Cruishet in amntd Ulu Face
fponled. . - . * 1
N,:w YORK, May 12.--Jiln lli,
the defeated pgi i4t' in 'the 'recent
brutal prize fliht, reached his Brook
lyn home yest erday, and is being cared
for in Jolsona's hotel. His lace Is
badly bruised and blackened; his cves
are entirely shut ; five ribs on the left
side are broken and there was a
severe contusion in the region of the
hcart, where Dwyer fell upon him
with his knees. His . right side has
ilso greatlvpained him, and lie be
lievos that ls ribA - oil thab Ridle are
also broken. Elliott's coughing is
ltieided with Inuch pain, ivlich
seeis to indleite that lie has further
internal injuries. I is physicians sa
that only his splendid physical condi
tion will save his life, for, being inl
perfIet trailling, his physical forces
will rectulerlite tirst. ElIiott sail to
a reporter to-dia that )wyer's blow
was like the kick of a mule, and. WhA
lie received at "fluke right-hand 13l6V
iin the nose lie Ilouight that the wvlhole
ot' his face had heeil stovo in." lHe
was blinded, an([, being near-sjited
at best, lie could not see Dwyer.
Elliottl's friends deserted himt the imo
nient lie vas whipped, and he thinks
Ihat this was very cowardlv, althotughi
he said, I'Ws humin natuir." Dwrcr
is severely critleised for so badly-Iin.
ishillg, Elliott, and sporting imn
charge him with a deliberate attollpt
either' to kill Elliott or to maim himl
tr lithl when he back-heeled hin, and
then. ats the'- SIV, ilnece1saCrly fill
upollill iith lis vlole veight, and
c-rushed inl his ribs. The law "of this
State is very stricl, 'and it is expected
that some arrests will be made.
A SKETCHn OF (o.LXG.
Col. Jiunes It. Randall, the poet
iditor-the author of "''.tryland, My
Maryland," and now r a member of the
staiol' the Angusta, (0a.) Chronicle
rmnd Conast itutinnuis-i s iin W ashuing
o alit pres(en its Stafr Correspoidenit of
his paper, and is writing from the ina
tional capital conic remarkably iter
-sting letters. Ini one otthe latest of
lhiese he pictures the lt-adhlig New
York Senator, and does it so ' interest
imly that wve reproduce part of his
keteh as follows:
"I ]liatt never before heard Mr. Conk
ling in a set speech, and it must be con
-eded that lie is a ni'ost fornidable ad
versary. I lad lie gone upon the stage,
John McCullough would have had to
tke a back seat. IlInd he st udied for
the ministry, Mr. Beecher would have
itad a lai'd struggle fbr supreniacy iii
Illpit oratory lie is a large man,
.nminently handsome aid listi Iguished
looking. Nothing can exceted the
niykwardness of his walk, Car pet-blig
4ienccr used to call it "g'andering."
'its is not. perceived when lie is speal:
ing fromi his phIe1 , for ats his voice is
nodulated with astonishing skill and is
,)f the noblest colliplass, so his gestur's
wre the pertdetion ofart. Iis language
i precise and dramatie, as ir inteided
L'or anl essay inM BNckwood. 1 think
it is too stified and ornate. lie rose to
something akin to the sublime when
lie turned upon Voorhees, to rend him,
but suddenllrm dropped into pat.hos, and,
inl linling p1r11se, "petered out". into
ani arid legal analysis that seemed( to be
more for the ,purpiose of conisuming
time and staving oi 'the Tall Sycamore
of the Wabash" thqu anything else.
But Mr. Conklinug is a dangorotus foe
man. and the Democrat who encoun
ters him should-be armed at all points,
master of' him.clf and his subject, and
as cloquent as wise. Of althe Ecto-.
eratic Senators,' Mr. Ihill is the one
hest fitted for battle with him, and~ I
think the Georgian is the one mani
more particularly t hat this extraordi
niary man11 is not anious11 to provoke."~
knows" gives the f'ollowinig list of
horses belonin~mg to Robert Bonaner,
with the. prices'paid form themi by that
For Pocahontas Mr. Bonner galve
$35,000 anid ano~thier horse; for Dex
ter lie paid $33 ,000; Edhvard Everett,
$20,000; Startle, $20,000; Edwh1
Forrest, $16,090; Lady Stout, $15,
(100; Grafton, $15,000; Bruno. -$l5,.
000 ; Auburn horse, $13,000; Welles
hey Boy,.$12,000 ; .Joc Elliot, $10,000:;
Afaud Macy, $10,000; Mamnbrino.
Bert je, $10,000 ; Dick Jamison, $10,.
000 -Mavbird, $9,500 ; Lanutern anda
JOg it, $0h,000; Music, $8.500 ; thret
tfull sisters to Dexter', kO,500; Molsey
$6i,000; Peuyless;'$,00; Ladyv Pahn.
er, $5i,000; Prince .uhmperial,, Flora
Tfemnple's son, $i5,000; Fhtbush Maid
$4,000Q; Eric, $4i,000 ; ,John ..Taylor
.$3,500O; Lady Woodruff, $3,000 ; "Cen
tenniial, $3,000; Lucy Cur'ler, $3,000
Walton, $3,000; the Camnnla tbai
mare, $3,000; Keen Jiim, $2,800
Miajor Morton, $2,500 ; the Carpente~
horse, $2,900; the Boston gray team
$2.000; Elsie Vernner, $2,000; Adi
Dur'oc, $2,000; Ella Sherwood, $1 ,600
Hlebe, Grafton's dam, $1,601); Car
Burr, $1,200; Malice, $1,200 ; lIon'6s
Peter, $1,200; dam of the Morse colt
$ 1,200; Uncle Shn, $1,000; dam' o
Clara 6,, $1,000; Princess, $1,000.
The list itself amounts to $341,700
But in addition to those mentionie<
Mr. Blonner has a large number . o
fashilonably.-bred brood mares, aan
several y'gting mares and geldIngs o
great. speed that he purchased at price
r'angin~g below $1,000. :
IN Fon THEa W~nAs.-At' th
mouth of Justice alley at 3 o'cloci
yesterd(av aterni'ioon wer'e six boys
whose lo'oks and actions betraved tha
something was about to happen an<
a Gyiswold streetO pol icemnan tal te<
amnd Inquired what was in the wvindi.
"Yer see thaut boy up the alle'
ther'e?" exlained the leader of th
crowd, as lie stepped forward; "well
he .don't know whlether lhe'~ favbi
bridge or' tunnel-Vanmderbllt or. th
Wabash, and1( we've given him "ii
nilnits to dccidIe. W e're in for ,.th
W abash, we are, anid we're golng.,.t
have a bidge, we ar'e, and if lie cioit
jine with us we're going to ;wvoll"
patriotism rIght into himd str'aight-ifooi
the shoulder 1"
Thle crowvd moved ahead, alretid
for work, amid the lone boy tossed al
lis cap) andc called out:
"lamng a fellow who won't go'-]
for a WVestern outlhet-'rah for th
Waub-ash Road l"-.'ree Press.
CoRous F~Ao-r.-It Is a simngula
cir'cumrstanice that, though any niuilh
.of crowneid hioa~js .have, (turing th
presenit centuriy, been ,oxposed to-th
attacks of assassl ps, tIme onl ..head of
~te who has ralleni in tat nllIa me
ate:Preslnnmt..-.LAnoln, an4 t.
oily '~a xc bo oilM Aph I4 theI*
-Chinarapo iantles are trimnimed
with silk Wingo tied in the he or with
4The style of dressing the okhalr in
puffs on top of the head is called the
-Black wraps are worn for full
dress, light jackets for occasions'when
service is needed.
-White satin bonnets embroidered
with sced.pearls are one of the fancies
of this summer.
-Grenadine Yeils are d tafi ediooi'of
light blue, with Roinan borders on
each edge- -
-engaline, the new material for
maitles is lustrous as grosgrain but
pliable as Sicilienne.
-Large white satin hats, trimmed
with. White ostrich feathers, tire the
most elegalit for evening wear.
----ask veils are of black or white
Beton lace covgOred w ith tiny dots ar
ranged in groups of. three.
-The little round capes composed
ofrows of fringe have conime tp agaim this
year, for the fourth or fifth season.
- Very new bonnets have large
crowns covered with tiowers and inar
row brims of shirred silk-pink, blue or
-Thcheads of hounds, spaniels and
terrrors are nsed-to head the sticks of
su-itimbrellas, as well as pug dogs.
-The iow't Marie Stuart bonnet is
made of black Spanish lace, edged
with cut jet beads. The garniture con
sists of an Alsacian bow, sprays of
white lilac anid a large ruby butt'erfly
fastening the bow.
- -Shawls of crape or lace, both white
and I lack,, lire drawni up in folds upon
the 1tot1ers pud worn as kihus, the
point at the back only reaching to or
just below the waiist. The belt of the
(ress is fastenedover the eids in front.
-The tuosti ashionable street gar
ment is a small black cape, composed
of rovs of lace or tine' cutI jet, upon a
toundation of camel's hair, which is as
tite and. soft as silk. Straps laid
across and fistened with buttons ,lhatve
taken the place of pockets upon cloth
jackets, and also 01 the large utiwield
-The very latest In black kid gloves
h-we bands of black real lace inser.kit n
aicernating with bands o'f equal widiith
in black kid, which extead over te
arm above the elbow. The band
which covers the elbow must, of
course, be of the kid, nid the top is
finished with a standing ruffie of black
lace. 'I he fit must be perfctly accur
ate or the etl'ect' ottd be spoiled.
The lace insertions begin two or three
inches below the line of the wrist.
TiE STRANGE FATE OF A PRESI
DENT'S PoCr '.--Some difficulty has
been. experjence d in procuring a satis
f. c.o ly piclui-e of President Harrison
to take a place among the Presidents in
the Corcordn Art Gallery, which is
being supplied . with their pictures.
One was fo)uid, however, which is said
to pose-;,e s decided merit and is now be
ing copied. The artist who painted
thue o1j911Yal at a caelv dav in Cincinnati,
ftiling-t tind -a prtltchasiert' for it, tui
ed the canvas and painted at picture on
the other side forwhich lie did 1lhid a
pulnlaser ta I-htperson of t he sub'cl,
who wats at that timne a nioted(ad
h lvsician ipi Cincinmati. She had n'o
I bjoetionis tding backed by ''old
been faciig'the wall, and will' now be
reliainited di' copied and~ placed ini a
pitidnw'here thoiusands wvill gaze
'c dly 'u pun it. This is a true story, and
dlemronstr'ates ~a .great truth, nainely,
that tr-ue-merit has to lie in obscu;'il y
withr face to the wall for a half century
before the world can apprciaite it.
How~ 'THE WOMAiN IN 'WHITE 'WAS
WnIT T E N.-- WilA'ie ColliNs8 to OlIre
i!~ogan : 'lin writing 'The womaan in
White,' theni, you hadl not the whole
plot. thought ouit bet'ore you begani?"
"2No. I had thec resemiblence between
the t wo womleni fxedl'ini myW mindi; I
had( thoro ugh ly concived the chiarac
ter of Fosco from the first, except the
detail of his being a fat man. That
idea did not occur to me until the
whole story was completed. Then
reading it over, and wonderinir how I
could make him still more i'iifrent
from the villain of the tradition type,
and having often noticed that fat peo
p~le are iiot, as a rule, anuy more'rtu
ouS 01' good-temifer'ed than tin , ies,
I simply mlade him famt. It was quite
A LIVELX TrIGER.-Not long ago, in
Calcuttag .Ind(ia, two tigers esae
from their cage in a menagerie. On
of them w~as imatan'ly killed, the other
'swamn the river, splran' ito the
-Botanic Garden, and kill eh onie of the
guards, upon01 which the sp~ectators
-. were paniic-strlcken and fled. The
tig"er roamed around all day, lord of
the garden, anid, as lhe grew hungry,
killed first one ox, then anothier. An
arifledl'native who tried to appr)Ioatch
the wid boast- wits at once torn to
.' pice~s. At last sever'al riflemen were
r" employed to destroy the destroyer.
Trhey' tied an ox to a~tree at the gai'
. den gatse, and took their station on the
roo o~ adjaxceiit house. The tiger
f rushed upoh the ox, and a volley from
the 1rIflemnen enided is career.
..An editori has one advanitage over
a kng. e Whemi ani editor goes out rid
ling in his open bairouchie, drawn by
four ilk-white steeds, lhe Is never
shot. at"-by -a -Socialist. You have
pm robably rieafarked this yourself.
- At- a -horse:.fair in Paris. Old
enmtleinen 1ookig ativery bob-tailed
horsd~lessine ow'shovt they have
cut hii tail.' -Attendqnt-Hls mnastor
SId a iember of the'sop~ety fort the pro
"teetlont ofanimals.,.. In this fashion he
.will uotmmanndy .the poor flies.
a ' rr-.APontisvlvwda alarmist says the
. gvelprentought to interfere at once
and. pit'-a stop to further liumping and
3 boring for oil. He is quite certain the
t oil istdrawn through these wells n'om
the bearing oft' 0 eat th's axis and
a 'tht the ear'thill1 ce'sse to turn when
the lmb rication enses.
-d o Iong will It be before you
get this work done?" said a lady to an
apprienltico .who was paintIng her'
house on Third street. "WVell, fdon'tL
know, 'ma'm," said he, "the boss lias
IjustioI e to look for another job. If'
~. hieget it, PIl be done to-mnorrow ; 'but'
r' if ml d~ "'t.Ti 'frid it'll take me all
nex w-o;-klfze ' went home frQom 3 the
a eaugums onme ni~1t amdd asked his s Wif!,
rPADI~yoA.& f1tamnrr er'do myts~
ilno tolarqet lrofore weivre
dkn you had) bit I wM IiN~1
& toefier to-nIght, an1( I
iv d it would alb outto.
A TORPID LIVER
1s the fruitful source of many (1iseaes, proml.
Dnt aiong wbich are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK.I:EADACHE, COSTIVENESS
DYSENTERY, BiLIOUS FEVZI, AGUE AND FEVER
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM.
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of Appetite and Nausea, the bowels
are costive, but somnotuns altornate with
looscnesl, Pain in the Headi aecompnnied
with aD ull sonation in the back part, Pai
in tbo right sido and tinder the shoulder
blado, fullnias after eatiu, with a disin:
oiliation t o e zortion~of body ornmind, Irr
tability of temper,~Low spirit,_aos o
memory, with a feeling of having neglected
some duty, Generli weariniess; Diizzinoss,
Fluttering at the Heart. Dots before the
eyes, Yollow Skin, Iteadacho generally
over the right cye, Restlessnesi at night
T ith fitful dreatns, highly colorod Urine.
IF THESE WARNINOS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are espocially adapted to such
casou, a single dose offects
such n change of footing as to
astonish tho sufferer.
a copostsuded froin stabalatites that are
free t'snan assy l'aopertiesiante
tio'~en-ort cdelfchte errumblaauticii. They.
eat-ch, ('leane, Pu, hit,vt uul uianvlrnte
the ent iroMyeen. By relievti, ie en
gorged .Lyer, they cleinse ls blood
frees, i'olannn. ~ na itdiht m~r
healtis xsect vitatlity to thle biody, cautelina
Alhe Isoweits te eact u1asslaitiiy, Withouit
whilch t* one can foi Vel.
A Notcd Divino says:
Dr. TUTI:-Dsar sir For tan year. I h-ve been
Altii~tyr to 11ysUNPalt. OunaripAtia illd Piles. Lnbt
Soring your wi% were raecumsentele to usae: I used
then but w I bi~ sait). I ass. w al maun,
a ro n . %n rwhee ttit fot ir~ounds solid flosb.
R V. R.L I AM PS ,l utsville, Ky.
TU T'S PILLS.
Their fst el'crt I.q to Inroanse Ihe Appetite,
and caua-e lieu body to Take onl Flemi, thuas the
eGytemi is noturihela, anud by their Toole Ac
ton on tse liatetive Orguas, Itegular
Wfools are producud.
DR, J. F, HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
Few die ass exist that cannot be relieved by re.
storing the Liver to its rearmeol faanations, atd for
t1i pureose io remedy hs ever en ivented that
huas . sppy &n effect, an TU'iri8 PILL.S.'0
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
Omfice 33 Rurray 8recete New York.
W.7 Dr. TUl'TT's MANUAL of Valuable Infor
mation and Useful Rec'cipts " will be inailedfre
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
QUAY 11.ati on WHiISKERS cheniged to a Gwaer
BLACK b raiAngie appivatln at Dr". It, em.
part.$ iaetr a or, acts liaatannoasusiy, and im
me Rarinlae as soing water, Sold by Druite, or
sent by express on ro.:et, at $1.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
LORi a good drink-Leionatde,
I M tJuialp, or any other do,
ighitful Spring Beverago, call at
MoinINa STAR SArLOON,
Roar of Towni Hail.
FRESH GOODS !
-CONSISTING IN PARLT OF
24 bbls. Molasses-all grades,
t00) lbs. Cfloico Buckwheat Flour,
L0 boxes Cream (Choose,
2 bOxos best Italian Maccaroni,
t2 bble. Sugar, all grades,
1.4 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 host
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BA GGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hlams.
Choice Rled Rust Proof Oats, Seed
'Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horro and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wino and Cider Vineogar,
Ch ewing To
Raisiuis, Curratnts and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salnon, Peaches and
Tomiatoes, Mixed Pick es, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES
All of whioh will be sold -oheap for.I
nov 9 D. R FLEN'NIKEN
A.Good Five Cents Cigar-the
"Af ter Dinner," at F. W. H ABE
NIGHT's, Rear of Town hUll.
Reuben P. Liumpkin and TFroy T. Lnmpu
kin, Excontors of* the WVill o~f Abrahamn
F Lumnpk in. PlaiiniO~s, against James
IP. Cason, Defen dant.
I N pursuance of an order of the Court.
..of Common Pleas for F'tsrneld couin
ty, made In the above entitlo l case, I will
offer for salne before the court-house d1oor
In Winnsboro, on the fir-i. \ionday in
Junno next, " ithin the legal honra of' sale.,
the following-leoicribedt property, to wit:
All that -pitnitation or tract of 1land,
conifainin .; wouin n UNDaBD AND F1FrY 1'H aEE
AConES. nmore or loss, situate, ly'ing4 and
being in the county of Fairfiold, on the
waters of iiorse Bianoh and WVatereo
Rtiver, and bounded on the north by
lands of Win. Yotung. east by lands re
cntly boeonginig to the esutate of Dr.
James Starkes, south by lant)s belong
ing to Richard Matchielt antd Elijah Jones,
and west by lands of HI. L. Elliott.
One-half ,f the purchase-mioney to be
paid~casih, the balance in twelvo months
from day of ealo, with ihe bond of pun
chaat, iiml a mortgige of th'd Promaises,
and the purcohaser.to pfy fora all fibees
SB p~ ~ r . , .,W UF,.B..
TO1 eotiulne W. T. Blackwell's
- . m~i g;"W , AANcHT1 7i
ay p$ur aubscriition.
C'c is i- Ay,-T: .1 Co A.a . 13 .A( - On.
GAN WnIIN A PJAY ULLAltA Mo.RN wil,,
OET T1111. INckbIl'AlNAULE,1 AND Ali
(0 II.0wEST PR10E 6.
SI POOREST AND DE.REST.
U HIGHlEST P"ICOE.1)
B Di' EST AND CilINAPEST.
4 NEW STYLES.
- NEW PRICES.
ax Stops, Elegant
. ambosse~d Walnut
-s, of n1ow I
ign, only - - $8
I'mn Stops, 4 Sets
toeds in New Stylo
* ~~illuminate!d (w' f),
. O nly - - -$ur).
Tenl toin, -.k.ts Reeds, Mirror Top
'hs'o, with 6okl Bronzo Oraimentation
)nly - - ' - - - $1t10.
DVER 100,000 MADE AND SOLD.
Wlinners of lie highest honors it the
Woral's elA.ib'ions for twe!lvo
PARTS - - - 1867 VIENNA - 1873
4ANTAGO - 1875 PIILbA., PA. 1876
PARIS - - - 1875 SWEDEN - -878
Eatndorced by Franz Liszt, Theodor,.
l'hoias, O!o 1Mill, Gottichialk, Strats-.
Warrert, Morgan and over one thousanaa
Cl) innllf Im usi'ians ot' Eni 'w '. 111 - ,ri
en 'ihe testimony as to the immenso snt
periorily of thtso instrumnents ov r all
rithers i' empnlhatic, overwhelming and
RENTED UNTIL PAID 1'OR.
Theso Oraans are now ofereml p urchins
ars by monthlY inatalments ot fron is5
:o 11, or -will bei rented until the rent
ays for thom. FIo one to thre yearS
.ime give- for paylient.
Special reduction given to Churches,
Schools and P. tt, rs. Ag-nfs want.d
tverywere. 'Crgans nt on trial to .,av
tart of the wtn' .. ' 1 ay freiglht Lot h
says if 1101 -..t Isuex'ory.
C0UTiEHN W'JHOLI:AL-: DEPOT.
For le amore cont%-- i nI sup !y .f
ou hern rad a t ha. it St in W .Vi.
MLe-'. alas be-n oaablisae.. d atvaha
fa, trom whicih D-ltr Ia Chu i-e,
c enchers. I1.<( the ret( i trailo (nn11 be
,npi[lied al N. Y. a id Bo.-tonl flactoarv
!tU-'. For .llistn'ted atalo..:nes, priet'
iasts and full it'f rinaition, r.ddr"s:
LUDD!'N & lAIES,
Monait 'etfirers' Wholeale Agents.
mch 25 3m
PURE VV1WHIKTE 401L.
-130 DEGREES FIRE TEST.
W recomm<.-nd the VES TA L
OiE s a safeo illulminator. It is
14 clear and whito it uater. consegnqimtly
gives a brilliant. light, with very little
:>dor. Try it. The -price is less th ..
Dver. J. M, BEATY & CO
TFREDOF ALdL I
HOLLOWA Y'S PILLS!!
,I had no nypetile; Holloway's Pills
ve me a . h.aiy't one."
"Your Vi1 s are marve 4.na."
"I- send for another bh.., mai koop them
in the liouse."
"Dr. Holloway hast cure"d my headache
that was chronio..
''1 gave' one of your Pills to mny babo
for choaler'a mlarhos. Tu'Le dear little
thing' got well in a dlay."a
" t y nausea of a morning is now
"Your b< .j of Hlollowvay's O'ntmuent
enred me1 of noises in the henad.I
fubbed some of your Oinltent behind
the ears and the noise hasa left."
"Sendc mue two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
eents, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills."
''Let me hanve three 'boxes of your
Pills ,by return mail, f'or ohills and
I have ov'er 200) such testimonials as
these, but waant of space oompels mec to
FOR CUTANEOUS DISonDERS,
And all ornptaions of the skin, this Oint
melnt is lao: t inavaluable. It does not
heal extrna 13' alone, but penetrates
wi h the' am st scarebling eft'eets to the
verwy rcot of evil.
.1- OL LO W AY'S OINTME NT.
Possessed of this remody, every men
mayl3 be Own doctor. It maay be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal conhplaint ; by these mueaans, curesa
sores or uhcears in the throat stomach,
liver, spine or other paris. .,t is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff joints, gout, rhouma
tism and all sa in diseases.
IMPosTr15r CAUTON.--NOno are genuine uin
I"-ss the signataim of J7. iIAvanoeK as agent, for
the Uniteta St~c~atearrouanais catch box or P'iIls
sar Clatmaent. Boxes at, 25 centif, 0-2 cents, antI
W T1'here is cor,takleable saving by taking
thec larger sizes. HOLLOWA Y & Co.,
FORl THEi RE.T ORI4AR~
(AILL for tho "Mod ol"-thiree for
U 25~ cents at F. W. HADENICH1T 3!
PATTERSON'S OELFDRATED SPRINGS.
These springs are situated four taides
a' utha of hhetby aand six males nor 'h of
Whitaker's, ont thea Air-line RI. R. 'Thae
mineral waters arc sulphnr and ehaly
beate. The piroperties of the bulphutr are
iaron, sulphur anda amagneia'?i Prope~rt ies
comrbinead are benelcal to all ..ilaease
and never fa 1 to cure thao most, obstinate
cases, as many will testify. 'Thle cholly
beatto wvattera c-lanot ec arpassed. having
wrought many almoast' auiraculous cu-os.
Thoee clebrated Springs are now open
andl the prices are in renaoa of' all --having
been rgnat ly r'ed uend this season.
iUatlaing hoauscs, carognat grotunds, ten
pin alloy, an I otter anoa nt ~i s and
attractlions faee for visaitor's. Ilaicks run
nang froam this placo w11l meet visitors at
Shelby or at W lbitaker'sa ont the gir-Llnao
IR R. upon short notice to the Prvprietor..
ItATES OF BIOARD.
Per day - .. . . , - $1.26
Per week .. . . . ,, 7. 0
Per mtointh - . . - 20.o00
Per month for 2 or morn months, 18.00
Children and servants half price.
For further partlcular,. add ress
WV. (I. P'ATT'TCSON, P'rp'r. ,
may l17-tx~amo Shelby, N.'0.
SHKAVING' SA LOON.
,1IJI undezeigaged wouldl ro'apecttully
n.faiornii the6 public that hao lajis
opened a Sheving na ial ir-cuttin '
loon in the rooma t*,i doors nort h of Mr. J.
D .l loCarloj 's, wherq he willl take pleasuro
in serving all who mn favor him with a
'61. R e~'hing in tho tonsorial line
dcotie in th .boat style.
. may 8 , - . . L .MoLURE.
Ol Cgar.' J.KBEDIIATY & O.
This linportant omgan weghs tut about three
pountds, said ail the blood in a living pessont (about
three gallons) passes through it At least once ever Y
half hour, to ave the bile and other irtipUritiant
strained or rilteted finn it. Hile is the naturat
purgative of the bowels, and if time Liver becones
torpIt it is not separated from the blood, but car
ric through the veins to all parts of the systcni,
and in trying to escape through the pores of the
skin, causes it to turn yellow or a dirty brownt
color. The stomaach becomes diseased anl Dys
pelrsia, Indigestion, Constipation, HIeadtache, Ihli
ousness, Jaundice, Chills, Malarial Fevers. Pilcs,
Sick uad Sour Stomach, and genema debility foi
low. MunarsaLL's Hta1ATiNE, thle reat vegetable
discovery for torpidity, causes the Live'r to throw
off from one to two oulices of bile cach tiame the
blood passes through it, as long as there is ana ex
cessof bile, and the cilect of evtn a few doses
uaponyellow cornplexions or a brown dirty looking
skit1, will astonish tall who try it-they being the
first symaaptomas to disappear. ilhe cure of all hill.
ois diseases and Liver complain.is made certain
by taking H rPATINn fit iccoadalnct. with dlirectioits.
I eadacho is generally cured in twenty minutes,
and no disease that arises from the Liver can exist
if a fair trial is giveni.
BY AJLL DRUGGISTS.
Price 25 Cents and $1.00
T he fatality of Consumption or Throat and
Lung Diseases wIhich sweep to the grave at least
oe-ih ird of nal death's victims, arises frot tho
Opium or Morphine treatmuent, which simply stu.
pefies as the work Of death go4s 0e1. $io,0oo will
e paid if Opium or lorphine, or any prpccaration
ofOpiun, itlorphine or Prussic Acid, cam be foind
in tme GLons i.ownn Cocuont Syvi.m, which has
cured people wvho are living to-day with but one
reinaintig lung. No greater wrong can be done
than to say that Consumption Is incurable. Ihe
rG.oint F.ow:nt COUGH SvRuP will cure It whmena
all other means have failed. Also, Colds, Cough,
Asthna, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the throat
lad lungs. Read the estinimials of the flin.
Alexander H. Ste>lieits Gov. Smith ar Ex-Gov.
ilrown of Ga., 1 on. ?co. Peabody, as well as
those of other rensarkable cures lit our book-free
to nl at the drug stor-s-and be convinced thait if
-1ou widh to be cured you can be by takitig the
'Gozus l.e.eeen Couat Svator.
TakenoTroches or Lorenges for Sore Throat,
when you can gst Gr.Ana FLownn SvHUs' at ss:.
price. Fot stale by all Draggists
IFLrice 25 Cents and $1.00
i Graive ,at.t:,1kes nre made l.a the treatmnent if
tt' a .ses I.iat - rise from l-ikn 'i t.:c I cod. 1..t
.: -: ase of dero.a . ;- ii-;, a.'iti:. hwelling
c acro-wi Sorcs .nd . . . !i l , h 1 a 0oS.1:.1,
ii treated without the i:, of .iet ,. y in retne forim.
.fercuty ro's th l' , at:. t li I. .1 :ro.
duces are worse i' ':'y ( er I i at bleed or
skin dis. sec c.ut . .-:
-tA or Q ':u's L . r is ti." r:v at idAne
upnw..s hope ol r:..c41 from SIrula,
p isawI Mlercuriail dia:.'.st. mi all st.-;cs, c i
r--.ona yfort:ia., and that will cure Catiece
,4 ,a,oowi:l be pai~ by the propri--tors i.\letcury,
or any tngre!iettt not ptardy vcgttabac and harm.
les can h: fourtd in it.
'Price by all Druggists $r.o,.
GLOnn -'rlow1:c Cotvr-,an SVtor' and MstmaRzrL.'Q
lIIUrATa it -ti n at Lavitc for sa!e by all 1:rug.
gists in 25 cent and $1.oo bottles.
A F. MERRELL & CO., Propriotors,
B E it enacted and ordained by the
Town Couniit of Winnsboro, 8- C.,
n Council met and by authority of the
'that seotion 2 of an Ordinanceo relating
ho dischargts go of fire-arm etc., within
le cort orate llitt which reaix, "That
mty piersen or persons Who 11shtll disoharge
lay gun er )tntol or set lire to, explade,
ir.us tany squtib, fire-cracker or explosaive,
>r any o-hor dscharge of' powd-r, except
n the discharge of somo public lut.y,
hall forloitaind ptay for each and oveory
utch offenCe a Buitu not exceeditig tor.
lollairs: Provided, that on .Chtristmasft
>r other holiday the usec of ire-crackers,
I re-works and! oibier harmaless ex phosiveas
hil be at the disitretion of tho Initenid
tnt,'' he aunend ca by intse'rting aftler the
vor' tent dollars" anal botore tlie word
'provided"~ the follo)wing: "lOr be imn
>risconed not more titan ten days."
D)ono in Conil. Ihisi thtirtieth day of'
\pilh A. D). 18'79, under the corporato
cal of the said Town Council.
JAB. A. BI[CE,
O for the Bay State Shoe.
UJ. M. B3EATY & CO.
CASSIM\ERI E S
3IIA R LOTTEISVILLE CASSIMERTES CII EAPER
TIIAN EVERi I
3HIARLOTTESVILLE CASSIMERtES CHIEAPERt
TilAN EVER I
THTAN EVER I
Dharlotteavillo Ciassucres andi Jeans,
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
The folowilng ha the present schtedulo of arri
/als o:t tha (hmtrlotu0. C:olum bia anld Auftista
Itali'romd, clrt ttohets'is of' Wttshington ilmo,
vluicsha isab lit, sihxtctn miutes lastcr than
lnrmbboro dlIne .
NIo alT PmAfsSNon -ooI!NG aonlTHl.
Ivhawh~ste.....--................. 10 8"
0'nfor .j . 8.0 Am.
lolwosrnal's.. -...-...-...-l I8. "~i
Whtiei t...k..-..-..- .. . ...-1.68 "
Whinnkro - - - .. 4.2 '
Ridgewuay . , --- 4 5t "~
Bl.Vthewood - - - - 5.09 "~
Jolllib.....- ..-.-..-.-..-.5.58 "
, --BY-- .
MRS- M. W. BRIOWN.
3HIS1 Hotel, situated in. the centre 0
Ithe town, offer's and g larantees to the
publio inducomuents tujsurpaessd by any
other. hossge in the place. ''able sup.
pliod with the best Ii theo market. Comn'.
rortable roorpe and .. polite attention.