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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
IHEYRSDAY MOR2lN0, Juno 5, 1879.
1?. IRrI .4A 11s. EnlTot.
JO. S. REYNOLDS. ASSOCIATR IRDITOIt.
GEN. JOE. JOHNSTON initrodaIed the
resolution to adjourn on Decoration
Day, and the stalwart oiganis have
stopped abusing the South long enough
to acknowledge the graceful act he
performed in doing honor to the
GREN. JAMES SIn .:us died suddenly
in Otlawa, Iowa, on Sunday evening.
He was in his u.Suali health on Sunday,
and wrote several letters after six
*'clock in the evening, but just before
retiring he comi)lained of pain inl the
chest, and shortly afterwaids said to
his niece that he was dying, and inl
thirty minutes expired, sitting in his
chair and remaining conseious to the
last.. General Shields was blessed by
fortune. A native Irishinit, lie came
to America and fought bravely in
two wars, and served three States in
the United States Senate. He received
a sword from South Carolina in ap
precdation of his services in the Mexi
Evidently a Mistake.
In the editorial columns of the New
Orleans Democrat we find the follow
Fi)m our Washington special this
m11%) ning it would appear that the
Democratic unity in Congress is
seriously endangered by the tIhreaten
ed defeetion of a number of SouthiernI
members. A more grievous disaster
to the party at this particular tie,
when salvation lies in the solid front.
we shall present. to the opposition,
could not be conceived of', and we can
only hope that. the (anger is not. so
great 11s is represeited by our corre
Spoildelt. The story, as repolrt&edf hv
him, is that, under the seductio(s <of
the nlotorious 'T1homuas .1. Alackev. of
South Carolia, not less than tive 'oi
gressminen tlom the South have been
iiiduced. to abandon the party and ally
theiselves with the RepublUlicans alil
Greenbackers in passing tlie several
appropriatioi bills, and thus bringing
about. a solution of tihe iloilnetous
issues now pending in Congress. 'Th1e
names of these members. as giveni by
our. Correspondent, are TilH Inian, Evinus
and O'Connor, of South Carollitt, amd
Felton aid Spwer, oi'geoigia. A leek
Stepi e is is lso charged with being
iml sympathy wita tlls onbrt to dis
integrate tihe party and intro(luce
treasonu and defection in its ranks.
This Imputation, howover, we are
glad to say, is not substantiated lv
any relIab~le testimony.
This is sonewhat heavy on our Con
gressmnen. It does not need contra
A North-east Passage.
The great. length of voyages requir
ed to circumnavigate the globe around
Cape Horn~ and the Cape of Good
to Reekl is prntg *latomryk sl I..
wvaters sulrrounldinig thbe Northi Pole.
Thue NorthI -eaust passage skirt inug t he
northern coast of North Amuerlen hasi
Ionig bein known to be to cioggedl with
ice to Ikfibr'a a passage, andi attention
has lately beeni turned to the nlorthi a it
p)assaige by way of thle northernu coust
of Russia and Liberia, And hiehrring's
ytra its. The fIrst sulccessibnl niav'igator
of these hitherto unknown waters is
rrofessor NordQuakfoldl of SwiedenI,
whlo, after .having been given up as
(lead fbr mlonths, hlas just passed
thlroughl fehrring's Straits into the Pa
elfle Ocean. He left Swede~n last July,
an~d nothing was heard of him until
after August. His ship, tile Vego, was
en~closed in icebergs several months, al
thou1gh the waters are freer from ice
than thle W~esterni Artic Sea, owing to
the immenIse v'olumne of freshl water
iioured ini diuring thle summerl01 by thle
Obo, Lena and Yenesee rivers. While
all hlonors are due to this~ professor
iivithI thle unpllronouniceale~ . ne tfor
his skill and bravery, 110 real good has
been acomplishied. The only satis
faction deriv'ed isfraom a scientitle
point of view, and science is not going
to be satisfied until somelbody turnst
arouind on thle top 6of the - North Pule.
The nthl-east unld North-weste pas
sages will niovey bring the two woirlds
The Demnocratio Programme.
Somebody has told thle joke om* a
militia colonel during': the -1ate war
that on one0 9ecasi'on he drew his regi
adeRgup alonug a river bank to attack
a Federal gunboat. The gunbloat
began p~ouring in broaidsides, and
knocked the sand banks all to p~iees,
when finudhuig his position tuable
ouir~cplonel gave thle unliqite but efibet
lve. command, "Unbank and sedge."
Directly, howvever, the she1l11 began
falling too thlickly in the sedge and lie
shouad "Unsedge and bresh," anl
Q)eeO~ iat was' unanim~iously obeyedl.
Even-hlere the fire was too hot, and(
the underbrush avas being torn all in
tafis. nabl tostand the pressure
say fongqe he shrieked "U~nbresh mid
u 10:is a p)ity to inaike comlparisons, but
tlt.Deihoerats, ,in Washigtonl hlave
$991h ig Ij JedsgM fyotn .tle old
muLttia hero. 'Theyinave at last got to
thle "bresh," and.Ib looks :as if some of
Iheti Woc getthig ready even to "uni
~A.tq iigdr."'' ibdlying oin tile
* JIt4 epof s. 0~e #ni theO rnuired
dertibrate ahnatomy of the President,
Di einooratie "party. 'esolved to
'~~aiul u~rs$eso polhdy. S mte of
a 94 giergthr9.tetoied to rotI a their
* tte- . .fonthoYM .pklpa tibe. aip
~propriatidui bills withlOit the deaircd
atihteso~ Hayosev has been Iiiksted.
by the stal*Aewt thepohautorvesists
iiig all Demiocratic and conusitutio~iah
reforuis. Ii the mieanit ime the Inde
pendent North. from whom the ca,4.
inig votei iiust. colle, lhas phdiinly laid
dow i the liw that. whoever be ii the
wrong the appropriations must not be
shrit ofl. lecognizing this ultimatum,
the Denocratio party has endeavored
to Carry it measures without resorting
to extremes. Bit Iiayes ias vetoed
every proposition. It has been geI
erally thought that Congress would
now pass the appropriation bills alld
adjourn without delay. But the ('l- I
cu1s hafts deteriniied to miake another
effort. Tile army appropriation bill
will be pas1sed with a sim ple proviso I
that no Imoncy shall be expended in
paying troopts detailed Oin police duty. I
ll the othier bill 110 pirovision will be
Iade for paying supervisors and
deputy imarsluls, and in addition to
the(- law aIready existing that no a1p
poinltmenit Shall be mad(e for any,
office before Congress makes an aipp ro
priation for it, an additional proviso t
will be inserted that no obligition
shall be incurred in advace of :Ippro
priatlons. It has heretoflore beeni tle
custoi to appoint IirihIals and to ask
Congress to pay them. The enict
ment of this proviso will prevent this
in future. The new eialsire inistead
of ehantging the law for ill timtle to
come Is merely in force for this vear.
The advocates of the new iessure
clait that a president cannot veto
an appropriation bill which does not i
provide cvery(hing. ]lut we think
that lIhtyes hits just How reczhed th. i
degree of stil-ieckedness that lie will It
'veto the proposed bill as swiftly 11s he I
did any others. He will say that (his 1
is a Iere subterfuge to paralyze the 1
arm of (he executive, an1d umt 1Sth e
disapproved. We see little use in
trying inly further. Should this latest v
move be successful we confess te i
S)-Imocratds will have scoredi a point.
But, it. does seeI too late to tIry it now.
T'here was a time whenI I wV1_A Avoild
have lipproved sItch a bill, bu ie hits
gonie over biodihy Iito the stalwart
410li 1111 - ti 1 iiV 1111 iwe 1 141.1111-111-1d
callip, anld nothing neced he expected1
of him11. ('onigress lmay1N yet. have
either to pass the bills pire and sim
ple or runi the risk of fightinig the
Tuusix r i . A 1tr huni
dred and so ihiling ,lones street is a1
fortitine t(lIr, who hts made -1 new
departure In (he aistrologicall profies
s~ioi by casing her eustomers' horo
scopos to ippnar oil i hitt lying uvponl
(lie table. She enijovs the large pit
ronage due to a so~othayer, who serre
ulp at thIe very lea1t a rich uncle iIn
laidia, an1d the n aidvinig Secret love ofia
darik-eyed person of the other sex, in
Corlint to ('1-411 Illrcumsances, to feah
('ash chlitt. The other dai as Vo1mio
Guneiy and a ialfdozen ih looi coinpii
lolls were goilig ho1me 0rotn the club in
a state of ow isls self-coiplacenicy,
they came to where Sigiora Clemeni
[ilna's sign ilvite(d thie lpsers-hv to
peer iito fuiurit v. 'hIey alecordi'ngly
tiledsolemnly Ii, and sitting around
the Signora's table, La1d wvhiole InIks
of coming events dealt ont to enuoh.
When theyv arose to dle Ilrt, (Guder
l'ieC8ide't',i'idia"l iel"' ni W /P'
hanid into his~ vest po'cket, iimtlhed thie
amnotunt of' the bill.
"Sve revohat Ions at 6$2.o0,'' replied
the sor'ceress sweotly, "jlust $17.4i;t:
call it. sevent een dollars oven."
''And yota a re sure oeverythking on
that slate will come all right ?"
'Oh!I it's clerta In, sur'e."'
"Theni p~ut (lie bill Oin the slate too,"
and the wickedl young manil hind jt
time1 to escaip( bethore thait edutiitionual
adjnnelit wvas shivered intt- whero his
head had1( beenJ.-,Sftlnt flncisc io.
Tia x Tzor nu..s.-Several p~aities
wsho made tenlderls of State llank hills t
thr taxes last year have gone forward
to pa (hals year, but in ac'cor'dance
witha iiustructions from'the comiptroller a
general, thle pre'sent. tender will not he
receivedl until1 the last tax is paid1(. The i
11la recibeMs the kinid of enrrenerc re
Ceivaible . for taxes, anmd the countvy
I reasuirers are proib ited 'roin re'tcir. ":
lng any other: henee I li teinder of U
State llank bills8 last yoar is not at pav
mont and the taxes for that period aie I
still duo by parties who tenideredl those e'
bills. It will be remlemboed- that.
Judge T'homison dissolved the injunc-.
tioni aigainst levy and sale andfthe prope-;
Iy (of t axpiayers above-r'eferred to, wh~lih t.
became forfeited to thae State on theii
30th otiDeemiber, 187$, will be otlelred l
rut public B:ile by (lie county treasurer; 1
c~ommncingi it 10. a. mi, oniMonay thie
21st day of July, "onl terms most ad- a
vaniutageous to' the re'vennle of the (1
Brate.'-Columbia Rleg i.nter.
-The Earl of Shanftesbuvry has ad-"
driessedI an appeal toi the imblic for a
coiintued mal extelidedl aid to the
wvork of Uible W1uomien instituted biy P
the late Mriis. Raniyard,- hie asserts lais
belief that her work 1)as8 done1 more to
alleviate minsery amlonig the pool*r
classes, and bringr thefl to a hove of
"The Book,'.' andtof our blhessed Lord,
than manay, or indteed all of tho olorts
(if pro'ceeinlg generzations. Jie .aavs I
of her that "this world sel~omi enjoys
in one0 person sucih a.- comb inaltion of' .
fait and piety, talent, experience amid'
-The bondsmnenjof E. I. Ilendix, e
cx-t reasurcr of Lox intonu County, C
held a mncetig at Summuit on Wed nes-a
day, and determined to makeo good the i
defeIcency. The biondsmnen, eight orb
ten In number', appointed1 a cominlttee
of t wo t~'om almng t' O:ns'elves to act in Ii
conjunctlin with the aud~itor in inves. hi
tigatmg the books to ascerthini the l
actual dolic'iency. It is probaiblo that i
iondrix has jeft *learly enough inii
money and pruoperty to indemnify his e
-It is wrong to lot youtr church v
choir go oil' singhin in the opera of t
"P~inaforeo" between Sunudays. A dread- t
fll thing recently happened on thuis I (
Aecount at a Calf fornia fumeoral. T1he'J
pastor, a tall, white haired man, much I
resemfinig an admia, arose ini the
pulpit and laad no0 sooner fiuished, in a~
singing t~one tl eo remiark, "We miss8
his prenoeoe i die tztal haunts " thian
the cholr sprgtnn t~o Its feet amnd sloutedl a
hai retuter "Amd so 'do his alsters andi I
his o'usins did lise itufits."
--Boearo of little things I A. black
seed ati g .t~g .thrfitI of. Bob t
trothal, rin a sehbol iund Ahihtter it
good litutniansof ar soli ice
An old magician, one who do) not
kvan his niaie to appear ini Ly ae b..
a1use 11 gives lots ' nfo1rtnation that
is pf'Ssion will say 1 . ought not to
ave give tlt 'lls w at1 is 1write ho11108 -
li on h piao 'is to ning ot
ill tis 0111 i 111 app al )il3l g yp bv
r'ank hof Im lot (-organ . 'TemallaiigiciaIt
vho siceOe'ds is heo whose ritciks ap
rtill the simp,1lesHt. Wheni oIle'c ther
r inade 01 con(plinted Ile 11131t4her of
ricliples involve aire increased ind(]
vilh every addition (here is iL chaniie
<led that sone siar e,11 yl) will dis
over the secret, and ma 31giciais n1evl
bottid be dliscovered. .lling on ill
hlis wvay the l ngiinwo pleasanit
v' d'aws anit olangfwe from his in11(elroga
irl erist, I Ie sa1m ti i1n he gat hIers
dozen! halfi-<lollars rroin Is, Iown
ousitae1 e, Comne- dowlt to perisonalli
(. and speaks oft he Imlen who have
Iir-red up thw spirit of wondhr 1a Its no one
ver (lid, an i oberd t l'lller is naled,
It., it will be revinelinbered, died suld-.
vinly inl this citN y a livw months ...o.
I Iel le.,'' says I he interviewed, "was
IIIn 1g'iichl I I I ie wats not i sleigh t--of
an1(d pI'larrme'. tal thouligl It(. ouhl dlo
Iafny things with eardis. lie had a
list qlantity ofr phraa whichl
c boughit inl Irlaope itld iabout which
Icni mot absurd itories wvereciua
dI. One w1a 1ha1.' lie willed all lis
techaii 1sm33 to bm destiroved at Iis
enth. Now, as all the un1'hinlierv he
ad41 11111%y he du'plicate (d lbroi14 i'lch
Ilk was' veriest ion)-selse. lIt i3 ay
inv had11 IL fiw improvementils (lh
'hnat. is onl the iiarket, labroadh, butI
IV wI.'ere not. essential, blut Ihero aire
all'a dozeII mael who .ia do all 1Ieller
Verl cold do. There is onef 1thing.
(wveilut( I mu-SI ~ ep - i ste
1lI sight, inl which he was so alale
msistel I liaiden'I I'eller. ill, (I*
0011111 sip.hat I will speak 1r1es t Iy.
horious piat n Iist . I. I m'de f11:111, i
ozen :r1t at' lost tet-l m gmn1haiin".
Il stocks. The impression 11111pre Iv' Pi11ails
hat he died rieb. That, i. not so. lie
.11 only a (rille.
THE-' MLD ItIIMANN.
"i old lier man wilal h bes3t and
Irst ofthe tii hof--hn p ribrmilerS
his couity ever h:1W. Ile mada a
ralit deal ot'iaoev inl this counltry,
lore, indeeIl, film hle ever nerittired
it all Is jourlney *in". inl other huukls.
le is nlow inl .1 lolland, devalingi inl
illnonll.a I su3(ppose hle carrid atil.
tastI. l4350,000 otI f the cou nt1 ryv. IN.
I&hli I that Ihe laml Ihad-ae 2i0a0 il
is two yealirs' ip throughe la ! tlhe its.
,_uess hle dillI-o speaik the trulth ex
chly. Aie it. was who introd t hed (li
htris te (II (Ik. Ile woihl take from
udter a1 chlt over hi.. arnt hl l, a
ozen disill of' water With live tish
wininig1' inll 0 the. A13 V e slod
wvay fromn the table altoge4ther the
t't 11 was excellenlI . ' llut see how
11111pare t the is. I will show
'oil without tile cloth. liere is a
Is-t iting Ilia ribb COv11ie. AsI
a111ke the m1otio1n to cover m IIi ll
irawv th coerii otYi a he dish as ]( puI'h
heit11 dih1)1011 unerth clot.it Ta:t much
.1( sloiht-o'-hand i it hcloth. 'lad
low trang 30 t s tht. pple w'1133 laie
31o VS aslstdecied. t' hiet ulie -mann114
ha1 sitle i ck.-1 ' 'lt 13i(' h
nO3 11 4 SouthI Amr that aintost h~al' ix
t( skill the10 inan from whomn he~ o
0s name.1 His11 tiht aintIIe i's1~ Alln
le(adhe eall ne ot' o Cis' rotai 1 asllh
(lde ol (lemn'd s assis1tant.a( li A1'loe re
enly e appeare god in3111 varieigv (hit re)
tnde wIf'en toVS'outh Aopteil Tha
ras twoV yearsqo )4lll ie e'atne back
n111( a oii la wir,5gn 01 OV~iul
le a' gold.i'1 sahe inoney.Q laih Ils
caaeu, thole Frenehmlant. whe
Oo lhlever lpeak English a1 hn hi
lai coldi speak thsle bnuage very w111I
usteeial wfithe elder l1 ierma'tt i
mle-fan ricks.lnve'beu tlis mania
i'on of' hirs wota a'odas avhoy'
"'u'htr.el aarai was ex- 1:1 o 11
ritd fro th0)e workshops~l' of waserv
hiaoplanu arrin Europe. l ie ha'S13(130
mdell * uch1 moey ainoul all'dto
areitever et s the 100,00. 1)0is1
Is t this untry'1 wasllhihi hima faiure.
1s heaily, rexcep Iihis aItlw cit.
ran isco31 hwre th o'('nl places that h
ored successos i. 11Plehfaisll I
iatl ma1' il tk wa) the( best Icensa1ion
Ic ha. lIias 'eia iy 51ere e'lr
l'e10i(1nowa hs nhoa'ehla'wh1 iieeof
owstt.'I 'the ll say.)A I~la p1 is
merey soWi hll bel ever bearI the im- x
drin of g f his foo- okp nond ut
u'$iki g of om ~h I 1earcelv ve itn
nolessi bee liken toucuiing m hat.n81
Is wiado a no cha'ate. JIe was1 ai
rent.r I spak of l laigfnrslt. In
t01,his onnryha emer him w0013
In wathormst feeings.of alils great
Lecialk bwasr bids. oe dhoh ofn
:,igssit Sihe that nIod ha els~
"dlden ndit wa' lauet e
ud har htimi tato thgoeg littlen.
ut far did nt keepu hisl mney. t
'rance.i If the eop~Oi la hoi'ea ~isn
eomeryb th erlvey Douirseble
ia kwasyi. Iis hae livesnout
writlenl on alpc of' pape r whic-h.
li, hly1 fll t d, th1e1 reader1 pre-Ssed to
1Is Iorehieil(, andi(1, with 1w iaJ.-l I
anl8 i. hi lime slkle 4) 1'er with 11hu1 pale
a11st of, I:hought I i I ll b y I nmoun Ied
Whnti is writ e ii (It ule mpei. It is
1301 ply absti n lo say's (llt It a 1 311n Can
re)ai thiat which he dloes liot se( or (n
iell whai l I ritten. i e dcub not sle
it iiless i is 1old thii. Now (1 the11a
sevra wysusd by the pri-ssedI
1nid-reier i s leigt11-o'a ii s mI' ost
til oyed. (I' (is' a . 'ulil, o tie
I 't w dho' s li t)( see the 0Ip ie ,- o f
pIpler(1 whiebh Ie luis wrilon oi deiy
owinied an d r1 i n while llis itt Intio l
is b 'ig l ie I ltelvd. 81Soe tiln I thi
opeitol FIllowin g th( lie ao of the
hid haIt is wriing canl ne.arly guehss
(he iithe (w o lr < tion. iut In.ore Ire
clivilly m l wsislat g1ets ilt ! est iol,
it I> y the II -.IIcn(nee o 1d' o sig l 111( t -
liers it ho Il he iind-.readver hv lhe sys..
Clm (o whiclh I Inow Spek. W (W Nill..
Jake . 1t siOipes IfoN Il e, tel
inlg luninhers, as el er g II lit[ i, I (
voin-t.e I do nlot knlow What, I leller' S
hxtl ies, but thely arto lil on fie
sante prinlciple. 11.1idee sal. onl the
wtilli iie Ta' u )( lio.
stage ih e fin'e (m'm'Ild aw-m-y
whikiV lleller Pwent1 infeo the allie m 1e
A coinS was baal ed him. '4a) 1o)
tell Ile what I iold?,' hv 'Y1 es ,
1 is it,' ol e plies she. Si took
4oin g ri e thI fir.s t letter1 il his line
Holl'n .8,v wha t kii oIa (.(in, Ivoi
tillIes l ller. 11l3 vr'1 she Ivi I -S I
wi) great proil1 't hunss m11O I 1111di
eniiee are di illed inl wonder anid delight.
Should Ilhe Ioill happen to be of at
11a- in sei i lv el Ilnldred Ileller
woil say: 'Thlat's ani old pieWe.I
Now there atro only ((en fig-ures, mind
letters enn11 eaisily be I.grvedt uponl to
represeIi tiill 0 so, it* wv was 1, (1 A
' 2 aid 1 -1, the qt.ion would hei
what <h e is hi'? 'Iat, is eadill
und111(stood, kis't it? Freently Oh'W
13'illa'n -who answers S fi'Il Iis a
i'ys: Illo ( ol it n o e nt:11 I e'll hmve it
riiiteely, anld tie con'ipilion lit ocile
r'0 Ilvlys ilhv in111irmioni. Now, atll
this is very simple ats to figures, hnt
hl ;inifrephs where numb11i' er are n.ot
110 11V1 4d is (inu1ch I Imln I 1..
pet1or-11. - in pathfie m lit cfl
leelio fa fron(' lit! pockets of
ite audiience w%14on(I l not enhtella e it
very wblle ranige. Whil you have
1 1111111 lkes pocket-hooks, C IIois,
w t chII I I t;. penicils, (o'1th icks 2111' l ]1
IteIrs, thev li.st i-. albout exhaulsted, ald
Cm. all sicnh ''articles it word caln ca.illy'
bel ado~ple~. Bidt. sulpinse at matil
Itot's Wilh at piece of t lkw ill it a
box ; that wouli he a crsber flor Im
twl(1 I1 (horolighll-Il lunder1staml1( li'h
eah olinr, but it i cild be got over.
A (1ne *o f qestionls '11d side reinlarks
w t'l il1ially convey ( te letler s ileces
sary--T .n c the first r- "erk
inigh b: 'Regulair !is winter withi
yorowNV hard ones, in' you?' Anl
uninatio Inight heI givenl atler wvin'
ter, so tl Ohe ollithe perso's ll atten
lio shoid be direeld la the aefirst
i tig' e words, and so ol uaitile otherll
words are conlveyed. Natitrally, the
peo.ple who dto tils s 4'sot hino's 1 dt a
reat deal of it. to iep theinvslIves it'
pr. elle. It reep hg -es skt1 b itte itionl ,
ee , ali above all, <I Aiikinvss. Il h
personls mIIISI, be <plilek as ligtnling ,
pairtieivrly the one( who dov.s the lalk
ing.i.1 111,) Iy lot. ave 1f'ade thiS exIl
natt!otl very clear, nor lmve I given anyl)
c'de ill luse but 1 hav (giOl lollu th'e
prioiciple, InId tha f'ill dI w io.
-A Lager w eev sign 1in New(0 Yorckd
of' IitV hliN 'eIllI's i ao tif Ii'n.
''thl(e ho lNut.W' t ir sai whnh into.
ldu1ced" hime (0t ll't 'e no tcooll by
ieelgging hand. 1i1ht sth 'l
ifi'is thenle an moki ehisaretteslin
thf reec o isi'rn.wihu
ledaging 'this eife.IIl8k.ft lcii
~O ut ('n ti Wes hileiphicent 'y
wa nnu111 knlokt d.ownf at~llO three-to
hous wh asine ~low~ of11 al 110111
woner-h1)le(wa ai n uti'nee ~r. cl
-W asolii g bo on 1ann8 evenS ro sa
"Kitt 3'/e liperantln," wthouth haid>
tune~l toee bhefsot-.gun-andt h
word for1 tha he neagboi-s and wurna
deaf' a's Sto sadl are not~ nly very0
blessd, baso vtoery' scatrte ' '
11111e rtS 011(f1p'igb a so t stio
ree wikn' i tdo iune thoiscountri.
Nobdyi lovh ed upd in 'time to tinhro.
Ti 8 12 o'clohk. Shent-"(nI .rge,
ar yuc1b. to hbt the doekg shwi?"
AN le-"o;wy? he-(),noh
A TORPID LIVER
13 tio fruithil source of niany diseces, proml.
hint antiumg which are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACIHE, COSTIVENESS4
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loce.s of Appetite and Nausea, the bowols
aro co.tivo, but oomotnes alternate with
iooseness, Pain in the Head, accompanie
with a Dull .enstation in the back part,Fain
in tho right sido and tunder the shouIdoi
blado, fuliness after eating, with a dinin
clination to exertion of body ormind, Irrie
tability of temper, Low_epirits, Losof
meuinory, with a foling of having negleotod
Homo city, Goner-il weariness; Dizziness,
Flu'ttoring at th ioart. Dote b'kieforo ~tho
oyen, Yellow Skin, Hoeadacho genorally
over tho right cye, .eeltlesnes at night
with fitful dreanms, highly colorod Urino.
IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are ospecially adnpted to such
casos, a single dose effects
such n chango of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer.
ro .on pon ided fron nbst nncees thiat nre
A-e- tramin any properiles tbut can ilsjure
the nioht lelvnte organlzatiosn. 1hey
tearete Cleanae, Pirsry, nnd Inmigorate
t nenti:-o -S n Hy relieving the en.
jorned I.Iver, tlhey cleanso time blood
tron% poiaxoons lananarm, and thus iuIpet
le.tl. aneti itality to the body, causing
tha bovvel. toarnt 'nutrallys without
thiela lie one Can Coel 176119
A Noted Divine says:
>r. TUT":-Dear Mr: Ior ten years Iiehv been
n rn .rtyr to iDy vpeps, ",nstlimtion nnd Piles. h*s
ThrisK oir Pll e',e irecot nended toen ApI used
them hat. w.tir liiie faIgirn. I ails now a well VASS,
II.T- eouid atjbpnste. dig'jstion ierfect. reguilar stools,
mioes von,, And f, havve gained o~rty p'ounds solid fiesta'
I e ru w.reh Iti r w, It, in kold.
Ru '. 1t'. S1.0b 0., Louisville. Ky.
Thi Mst effect Is to Jocense lte APpetIte,
nid cant.e the hocly to Take on Flesh, thus the
sysiemn is anourithed, and by their Toule Ace
dol on e Dieative organs, Regular
tloola Aire produced.
DR, J, Ft HAYWOOD, 1
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
Vtw rliwosa exioel that nrnnot be relieved by re.
ptoritag tile Liver to ida nurnial functions, andi for
ihlo s t h ,y nre rrney hi ever .een invented that
hue s e1RIIIpy Ln eic % 'rUTr'rS VILL'."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
Ofilco 35 Murray Mreet, New York.
1W' Dr. TU'TITS MANUA L, of Valnable Infor
maTi on anti Useful teeipts " iill be inalledfree
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
GUAY IhAul 051 NVITSKRIn Clittaifed to at O~SS
JILACK bya ming)lip eaicoa ti'lof t Il a Dva. It ian.
p i a , A it tral C'mhr, atti Iia atinously, and in
*i I [er;,,lese A at mug tt ier. 8o d by Druggists. or
sCtl by- oxpraol 11110:011t of *I .
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
NICE lot of H'tmburg Edging
J. M. BEATY & CO.
J. U S i
A RR IV E B
At the Winlnsb~oro Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods and Millinery Bazaar
a second lot of neow cheap and ele
girnt goods. Millibery and Fancy
Goods in all the latest styles and
noveclties; of the season. M'rs. Bong,
having a first-class milliner to assist
her in this Department, is fully pro-.
pared to pleuase the most fastidious,
and will take pleasur'e in doing so.
A. beautiful line of Silk and Cotton
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' Jatbots and Tices or Scarfs ;
Dress Goods, Bun tings, Popilins,
Silks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimmimgs
-im fact a full stock of such goods
as arc usually found in a firstsclass
Millinery, Dry Goods and Fan'cy
A beautiful lino of ladies' and
rhildren's Slippers, Gaiters and
Shlnos; also0, a nie assortment of
A fn11 and fresh stock of Family
Girocerics: Bacon, Meal, Flour,
Ciorn, Sugars, Coffees, Soap,
rn short, you can find all yeu want
It J. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheap as
Uho samoi goods can b)e bought any
wyhere. Don't ,forget to call. NL
Uronble to show goods.
.J. 0. BOAG.
Six teen new and first-chtss Sowing
Htachiinos to be in store in a day or
so. The New and IE >roved Verti
a1 Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, the
Noew .and Improved American, rang.
ing in price fron $20 upwards.
l'hose Machines are from the facto%
rios of geed, responsible companies,
and are warranted to be just as
J. 0. BO0A0,
Agent for Fairfield County.
PURE WRiITE~ OIL.
--150 DEolitE~s FIRE TksT.
W E l'ecotnd~ the VEl.STAL
OiL as a safo illuniinator. 1t is
te clear and white as watei-, con'sequently
gives a brilliant light, with very little
dor. Try it. The price -is less than
wer- J. M. BE3ATY &~ CO.
fO MAK.E MONNY
-Pay vnu sbn. ip ou.n
YELLOW FEVER--BLAC. VOMIT
It 1. too .w'o to forgot tle r a of this
tri iblo disease, which will no doubT returh in
a mos n yillgmastut and virulent form in thu fall
moint is of iiV.
MMMiitlL'S IIEPATINE, a Yeimedy dstcoI -
eret in Motuthern Nubia and used will such
wonderful resuits in South Aiseilca whore the
nt, aggravated Cases of %fever are found,
eitise frtn neto two ounces or blie to Je
tittered or strained frotn the blood each tlmb it.
lpasss' tiroagh the liver, as long as an excess
of bile exists. By Its wonderful action on tho
Liver and Stomael the JIPATINE not. Only pro
vents to a certainty any kind of Fever and
Black Vonit, but also cures Headache, Consti
patilon of tile Bowels, Dyspepsia ( and all
No oite needi fear Yellow Fever who will
expel the Nalarial Poison and excess of bile
from the blood by using MHnRtiL's. IRPATIN ,
which is sot(d by all Ilruggists 1s 23 cent and
$1.00 bottles, or will be sent by express by the
A. F. MtEitILL & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dr. Peliertoll's Stillillgia or Queen's
C-The reports of wontlrful eures of lihetina
t 1811, croifula, Salt. ItheuIM, Syphills, Cancer, th
:leers atd Sore, that, cone from all parts of
the ootintry, sre not only reniarkable but. so la
Inlraculous as to be doubted was it, not for the
abundance of proof. Pt
Remarkable Cure of Sorofula, &c. *
CASH OF COL. J. C. BIRANSON.
KINosTON, GA., Septetber 15, ISM.
OiNTs :-Ivor sixteen years I have been a great, e
suilterer troit Scrofula 1i its mnost (st.ressing A
lorins. I have been conflued to illy roostI all
beil for lifteen years with gerotIllous ulcera- al
tion1. 'l 1e Most, approvenl ren'eidles for sittei
cases hakd been used, and thie most eminent n
lhysiceian consulted, without, any decided tr
lbell1t.. This prostrated, dlstesset desponti- ic
1ng, 1 was ativisded by Dr. Ayer, of Floyd Coun
ty. (.I., to comlinence the ise! of your- Conlyound it
Extract Stillingla. LaUgitage is as instficlnut
to leserbibe the relief I obtained frot tile use of
tile Stillinglit as It is to convey an adequate t
idea of tile intensity of mlly suliering before
uising your medlielne ; stftielent, to say, I aban
(lned all other remedies And( contInued the use in
of 3our Extract, of Stillingla, uItil 1 eal say
truly "I Ant cured of atll aln," of all disease, Cl
with nothing to obstruct the active pursulit of A
liny professlon. 'More than eight, nionths have
elapsed sliace this remnarkable cure, without
anly s-etttrn of the (iseaso. ti
For tIe truth of the above statilent, I refer
to anly gentletnan in Bartow County, ola., andi inm
10 1lie nelibo I of tIte bar of Cherokee Circuit, 1
Will are cqulniedl with mIMe. I shali ever
remain, wit it (ito deepest grat itdo, n
Your obedilent, servant.,
J. U. IRANSON, Att'y. at Law.
WEST PoINT, (IA., Sept'. 16 1870.
GHNTS:-Mfy laughter was taken on t.1e 2t1
(lay of .iune, IS63, With what was supposed to be
Acate iheumatmIst, and was treatedi for theD
samne Willi n1o success. In Mirchs, following,
pieces of bone tegani to work out of t.he right
aritn, Anl contiinueti to iAppeur till sill tihe bonc
froi. tile elbow to the shtulder joint catne out..
Many tieces of bone catne out. of sight, root. and
leg, 1 le case was then pronounced one of
hi tIe SwellOg. Af.er having been confined
about. six years.to lie.' bed, and the case con
slclored hl eltes, I w is induced to t.I3 Dr. Pem- O
bertons's Coipounti Extract of StlI ngia, and
Wt so well siltislied with its ejTects thiat I hsave
coltiteil flie use of it tssntil the present..
M1y (Ia hier was conined to her bed about
six years .iefore she sat up or even turned over
wil liont help. Ble now site u all day, and
sews msost, of her tlne-has wa &cd aeross tile
rooim. Her general health Is now good, and I
belleve she will, as her llmbs gain strength
walk well. I attribute her recovery, with the
blessing of God, to the use of your invaluable
With gratitude, I am, yours truly,
W. 11. BLANTON,
WKRT POINT Ga., Sept. 10, 170.
OENTs :-The above certificate o Mr. W. B. 4
Blanton we know and certify to as being true.
Tilt, thing I so; hundreds of tle most respect.
ed eltizens will certify to it. As miuch reference
can be given as may be required.
CRAW FO & \ A LK ER,.Druggists.
1ON. 11. D. WILLIAMS1.
v7- Dr. PEIBEWITON'8 STILILINOIA is pre
pared by A. F. M1liititEli & co., Phiia., 1'a.
Hold by aI DiIruggssts in $1.00 bottles, or sent
by expr'css. Agents wanted to canvass every
Mend for fook--"Curlo's Story"-freo to all.
Mediines sent, to poor people payable in instal. B
maily at N
TARD & Co.'s French Brandy,
0 Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, Gin
ger Brandy Blackbery Brandy Peach ,
and Apple Brandy, N. E.~ Rum, si
Sweet Cider, Pure Juice Port WVine,
Catawba Wine, Cherry Brandy,
Domestic Gins. The very best
iDratllas or cigarg, Oilhugh ania
Bl1ackwell's celebrated Smoking B
Tobacco, and a very superior Fine wv
Pale Table Sherry, at F. W. HADE-- A
NICHT's, Roar of Town Hall. b
TAX RETUNiS. ti
rT HIE County Auditor, or an assistint,
.Lwill be at the following places5 oni
the .days deisgnated, for the purpose of D
receiving returns of the- taxpayers of the nr
county, for tihe next fiscal yoar, viz: o
Woodward's, Juine 6 and 7
Ridgewasy, Juno 0 and 10. at
Blythewood, June 11 and 12. 0]
Gladden's Grove, June 13- c
Caldwell's Storn, June 14,
Durhams's, June 10 and 17.
fear Creek, Juno 18 and 10. T
Hforeb, June23 and 24.
Jenkinavillo, June 25 and 26.C
Montieelao, Juno 27 and 28.
Feastorville, June 30 and July 1,
White Oak, July 3.
.'he office at this place (Winnsboro)
wvill be opens from 1st to 5th Juno, and
froms 4th to 20th July. Each taxpayer 'is
required to make return on oath ef all
real and p~ersonal -roperty
owned or controlled by tem on
Juno 1st. All citizens .between
the ages of twenty-one and sixty
years, except those exemapt by law, are
requiredl to make return of thir polls I
After the 20th July, a penalty of fift per ar
cent, attaches. I. N. WVITlR~l,
may 6--f xtf County Audito~r.
~OR Medical use, try thle celebra
ted Saratoga Rye Whiskey, at F. 60
THAN IdViilt I
CHIARIOTTESVILLE CASSIMERIE8 CHIEAPERf,
TilAN ECVERn P
CHIAILOTT~sVILLE OA88IMER8 CHEAPER so
THAN EVER I - W.
Charlottesvillo C 4 asimores and Jan~s, be
PRINTS, PRIN TS i
T. F. MCMASTER & C0. ph
DR C. I. L A Db,
H AVING retu rned to Winnendroo
4..Lroumo th practice o~ nudicnp
0$"Omeein ) RucJange sA4in
ont.ongres street, ' ma 18mrn~
is3ttoNee ndl0,c NQ t,*
INt e tandar crew Ba StGoi
For Diseases of the
Mg Throat and Lunge,
such as Coughs, Colds,
Whooping Co ug .
he repittation it has attained, In consequenerof
e marvellous ceures it has produced during the
st salf century, is a atillcient assurance to the
iblic hint it will cory.h-ie to realize tho happiest
stilts that can be dicairel. it almost every
etion of country there are persons, pablicly
own,who hnvebeen restored from alarminganli
en desperate diseases of tho Itings, by its use.
I whohave tried lit,acknowledse Itsn speriority;
d where its virtues are known, no one hesitates
to what nedicine to employ to rolieve the dis.
ss and stifering peculiar to pulmonary affec.
ins. CutMunY PFCTORAL. always affords in.
int relinr, and perforns rapid qurcs of the
Ider varieties of bronchial disorder,as well as
m nore forniltibie diseases of(the lungs.
As a safegitard tochiliren, amid the distress.
r diseases which beset the Throat aind Chest of
lidhood, it is invaluable; for, by its timelyu'se,
iltitudes are rescuel and restored to hailth.
rhis medicine gnins frionds at every trial, as
3 ctros it is constantly prothtaiiig are too re
irkable to be forgotten. No fanily should be
thout it, and those who have onc used it
iminent Physicians thronkhout the country
.scribe It, and Clergymen onen recommend it
in their knowledge of its efects.
-. C. AYER & C0., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemista.
LI) BY Al. DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
IbRY the best two and a half celit
cigar, at F. W. HADENICT'5, Rear
PREING AND SU31 11ER GOODS
Consisting of 200 pieces Calico,
) pieces Muslin,. 25 pi6ces Pique,
'hite and . Figured, 100 pieces
leached Domestic, all select brands,
ew York Mills, Wansutta - and
ruit of the Loom..
Dress Gbods in all styles ati
ality, All Wool .Duntings, Cash
ores, Cottonades. and Browrt
OUR STOCK OF~ CLOTHIL1O,.
oots, Shoes and Hats is complef,
obic we sell at very low p rices.
l1 we ask is to give us. a trial before
lying elsewhere, as we take par..
milar pains i showirig our goods.
>UR NOTION AND MILLINERY
apai'tmient is full' of New Goods
di Styles. Ladies' GloVes from
o to six Buttons ini Lyle Thread
d Silk. Ladies', Misses' and
unidren's Hose in all styles and
lora. Fans and Ladies' Neck Wear
30 NUxMEROUS TO MENTION
>llars and Cuffs and many styles
- of Buttons.
100 Parasols at 25 cents each.
100 Neck Ties at 5 cents each.
25 paitrs Iloys' Etttton Gaiters,
rthl $8.00, for $1.00-Nos. 10, 13,
d 1to 4.
One lot Women's Shoes, Nos. 3
d 4, at 50 cents.
One lot Gents' Shoes, worth $8.0,,
id. for $1.00.
Romueinber all th~ee' will- only be,
Id for the next
~hosb prices, before taking stock.
da cnge of the firm.
SUGE*NH$IMER & GROESCiISL
rhese springs are situated fooj' miles
tth of Shelby and six miles north of
iitaker s, ont the Air-Line Bj R. The
neral *aters are sulphut* atnd~ e haly
~to. The properties of thessulphbr are
b, n pau an ma n esia. *Properties
i nevey~ fail to eure tho .mo,~s al~n'
es, as manty wilt teo4S. ieh~y
te watera oasna4, be durjassedl ha~'
ought many alnoiirdoidtous a
thoeorae Snin r are haw en
n reai reducedc this eaon,in
alingljouses, croquetgrud te
aley, and. other aindements and
rections free for visitors. Hacoks ran,
ifohIpaedl fii etv~t~eA
I. upon short noti A tli op e
'week' ..- . t :.- a ~ a
mnth for2 or muoreimoenthu .00
ohre rand Aervante s