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TvEDw.[Y 1rONIN. J-auw. k7, 1879.
it. M:.i.v\S 1),.757r.4, giTon.
ONO. S. Ijt LDS. AssociaTF. E4;u4stn
It is said that Hayes will appwroue
the Legislative bill and veto the army
bill aud,the judicial test oath< bill. The
arn-" bi1 plrov'des that no in.iey shall
be expended in maliug the troops do
police duty.. The,Judicial bill provdes
that the ftries shall be drawn from
lists prepared by members of the two
chief political parties. It abolishes
the test oath. What the )enocrats
will do in that contingency has )ot
yet been divulged. The Scnate re
fused. by a majevity o' one to take up
Warner'i silver bill. llampton paired
for the consid.eration of the hill and U.n t
ier against it. Senator Bayard got a
little warm becauso it was pro
posed to force the bill from the
com mittee's hands, where it lay
buried, umdi o rei his resigna
tion as chairman of the ce uni(tee. No
action has yet been takerk. Every one
says Congress will adjourn soonl, but
It still sits.
Throwing Bown the Gauntlet.
The-Chtrlotte, Columbia and Augus
tz lailroad' has cooll' ati deliberately
thrown downt the gauntlet to (lie peo
plC ofFaMreld, and it now rcmains to
be seen what. the lattev are going to do
about it. While a suit is pending
against the road ftr violation ofits char
ter in charging on cotton a dollar ai a
quarter a bile for transportion to Co
lumbli, fle authorities loliberatelv
raise the tariW to two dollars anil
thirty cent., not only three timtles what.
it is conlt.endd1 is (lie legal charge hut
more than twice the charge act IlI ly
made lretofore. There was not (lie
slightest pretext in the world for trie
charge. No cotton is sllin;g, and
there will be none until the fill, anud
the road and the ierchains will not
be llty dollars better or worse off for
it between 11ow an(1 the l;ll trade. it
is mere a i9ecof bull-doziug, of biu.
f einik'av rinig to hil,y the opposite
parly out of It a cse that. the roHd would
rather end outside of court. lhan in it.
If the people become alarmed at. the
ptrospect of the Iwo-thirly 1igure, and
back dow a fromn the ease, (he road
can go on geting its dollar and a
quarter instead of risking the ehmiuce
of coming down to eighty-one cents.
Every one is famntiliar with tat) olt
c mw cares-how that several years ago
it was almost an impossibility to gel
a cent out of the railroad for stock
destroyed, alt bough (lie law lay with
the stock owner. The course was
easy because the railroad was power
ful and rich, and the poor stock owner
* c~oo"d niot- lhIt it einud..hnng iil. e F
had to hiubly take wuhat lhe could get.,
not, w~hat was is right. The roads
then wi-nt furt her and to clinuch the
mait telr wentiI into thme Supreme Court.
wi'th a great flourish of trumpel)ts to re
verse thle old "Danmer case," which
threw the burden of proof of 1no
negligence on the raliroad. t waes
conifldently' asserted flhat the Court
'would reverse thme decislin, anid claitn..
anlts, getting a little wenk ill the knees,
compromised on what they could get.
* ~ But for somne reason or oIlier the
Court did1 not vilew the matter as (the
roads did(, and1( it qulietly3 re-atlirm ed
the Danner case in all its force. 'The
r'oadsl hav'e come dlown. a pe'g or' so
since then and are now glad to coim
p)romlise. The present move is of al
pliece with the other, and is likely to
have the same fate.
Although the cottoni questioni has
ntever been decided, the point raised
by 'the railroad has already beeni
igpiored in the case of Knox (i Gill.
There a most eiaborate argument was
* utmade in julstification of the overcharge
on cotton; but the Court allowedi dam
ages in fall for the plalintitl', without
alluding in any way to this particular
I)Olut raised. We will be imuich sur1
p)rlsed if ai jury and( Suipremo Court
dlecide that cotton packed in bales is not
* a weighty article.
In) a contest bet ween a corporation
and individuals the corporation ailway~s
has the best of It in the beginning, be
eas it has superior resources and
can better afi'ord to make a desperate
fIght. But when diflerent individuals
combine, and, better still, when the
people bellevo that they are illegally
oppressed by corpo rations 'chartered
for' their benefit, the corp)oratlons will
bo:.broughit to termep. Ever since the
war, corporations hav'e had their own
sweet way. Corrupt L~egislatures anid
corrWfpt juidges anibrded ample fiolds
for lobbying. But. all thant is changed
now. South Carolina Is not yet ill the
grasp of Tom Scott, and she will not
* * be. It may require sonme (ime to make
thme pcop)le move; but when they do,
the raIlroads will be sorry that they
ventuired on a bluff game, hnstead of
trying conciliatIon. TIle Railroad lias
* ~ defiantly announced that it owves the
People nothing, and the people should
-see that the road gets nothing to which
'Itde not entihtled. Every bill of freight
'490 Ideemed unjust should be pind
ump~r .p)rotest, and thou when the
overphns acoumiulates to any conslidera..
-ReAlsod bk-lig actio.n for damages. The
I4:nittiefaetely. - eperleneo that the
r airoad. has already had with juries
*1 ~ 'i~loudbQuthbaving too
jny Assefon liands
;-We'are intormed that the object of
tW retorent ,wtioWo)n th,e part of the
GN19 sjet ty vacate the
s:::risr otthe Qpilogf .fotrmbla and
Augusta kialiroad, bud nmerely.to make
it 'Onitbirm to its charter,. whlchis ren
soi11)le 0bb'ieongh, but. 40 which it ha
Iit(.etoft)re ret'rrIed oily to look 4tl10
it; rivileg;es ,nL not its r"estricti
'I'Tho lat ter V. foillv (ie copirts. t'
A Q4LJ'J!OItNA'A IIoUi4qt.
TIp 1ti11l Adtltinistrlttor 1 f SeMrtyien
Lounty.Mt(i(Pes aRieh Ruachselor to, jC1
1aiin Coi(trol~of lls ettute, and is bul
Ii 1878, Troy 1)3 If, W. 14blic ad
minlistrator, oh the couinty ot' Sacra
lelito, ('liforniis, anld as such wa
cntrusted with the mnanagenlent nin
settletnents of the estates of such de
coased personls as had no heirs or reln
tives near at hand to audniiuister. ''h
regular enolulnients of tie ofilce nu
being sutlicieiit to satisfy Dye's avoric
he conceived the bold and horribl
scheme of inauguratting a ad4ies o
mul nrders of Ihose pers,lROnsI whoso es
httes by law would fill into his hands
I Iis first ittempt was succesfill 118 I'
a8 the utri'Ier Was CO$'Orld, bu
dICt(tion followed and the lurdere
p)aid the )ena:lty of his crilnes on th
29th of ,Nlay.
IILSTIokY or' 'iLE CiuME.
Living on (Granld Island,t situate<
w'here thle Sicramnento lViver flow
into Sanl Finitcisco ]siy was an oh
bachelor, A. M1. Tullis by nme, wi
had by indulst.ry and thwit, had accul
ulated a turtutne of $50,000.
On tie morubnx'oi August 2, 1878
Tullis was found dead in his orchard
'T'e'l. were i)ur pistol shot wounds i1
the body. It. ias evicently at case o
muurder. Various theories were a
first advaunced in explanat.ionl orfith
erimec. As Tu'lllis had emplovel
(Iinsii, servants it. was thought, hi
had fallen at victimn to th<o ant.i-tihi1no:i
feeling, which rim high at the time
it was also known h11111 he was ver,
seV're onl tramps, atlvlys hnlilting tIieii
a way fronm his 11h11e, and11( his violen
<Itlath was at tributed to it spirit of re
venge on the part of somne trainp,
w"houn tei had rongbly treattad. .u111
thc t oteories were itr fr;nIl bein
hleldl is sati.St(eOtory hy the people. 11
rewitr was oflered lihr te capturue o
T1he night. prevlous wo ioelin wer
seen to go down the river [it in 1) a 1n
a1nd ronl-bly bvuilt boilt. Theyv lande.
at.-I' tllis' IIc adi one of the 1e1t
a ked a ChitiCiese servant for the boss
l i e was directed to the orhird, fti
SUOon after wer'1e head thie report o
shols, the shouting of nien and ti
baringl ol'a dog. Next mloriing ti
I r uks of ulen w"ere thnund leadhu,
fromt where the mturdered ma1n lI',
down to thie river. suspic ion p)oinlte
to the inen who landed f'roin the boa
as the niinth-rcer's, fid on this el(!w ti
deteeliv proel ded to work. in iO
mue:ntime TIroy I)ye, as public ad
iinistralor, Wied 1 tn application t a111
lel terS of ad(ulinislrationl be issued ti
him onl Tullis' eslale. Somne day
iater' portionls of thie boat inl which I Iit
two menl were seen wvere 1,oun1d inl ti
wi~ows by the side of' the river belov
'Tullis' iitce. On one piee of tlh
boat was thund figuring, which uilti
lmately led to the d1isc'ovei'v that. th,
1111ber fromtl whilh the. hotlt had heei
built had been purchansed by a ma1I
mnned Anderson -and1( anl 'lmknowi
A ulgust, 1:! 41he sheit o (f Sara1in ent
alirrestd Tc iroy l)ye and( ('lark, ii
11m1 tiuer in thet saoon01 buIsineCss. Dvei
interes td ini thle saoo 1 bu11 siness13 'will
(irk , hand upi to 4111s timie borne ai
irreprjiioachiable chara1'~cter. Aitler~soi
wa'zs a butchler, had1( been emplloyedt h)
l)ye at tile time4 oft the Tutllis muirdd
was bordina' inl Dve'st hoiuse. Atfte
the mulirdler 'he diN:applearled buit wva
sublsequlentily captulredi anud lodged Ii
Jal att Sacrami1ento to aiwait triatl.
A wIilO.1'sA1d. IIUSiNECS A H R.\N(EMEN'I
lit his confession D)ve said Andier
tdone at deal oit ' "ork" thiere, ami
aniothe man1 111 inn11ed1 Di(ck pr'opose<
that11 they'I shouldIt kill all1 the 1'e mI iei
for a sharei' oif 1 ye's p)ercedintge on)- th
est ates lhe w'ouldintiiistei-, D've e'x
plineiid to tem the naf1ure' of his ofil
and the per3lcen1tage' 11e rive11'd on th
est ate 11e athndtinste,red. About 4th1
'20th (31 April, 1878, Dlye anid Dicl
wient do0wn1 the river' on32 a1 sltemer
di tl~'eent pe0rsons w1'ho were "we!
fixted antd had not. relations." Tulili
waIs inlcluded in 411e list (of peCrsont
whose estates could( be0 aldinistereg
with~ pr-olit. A week later D)ick wetn
d1own' onl a1 steamerO anid took a surve'
of Tfullis' ranlch. ]Ie paid alnothe~
Sig a bottle of hlquor wit h Tullis pr1e
senuted h11i ith anoi(ther chiarged wit
poisonl; butt 41 lth po is l scho lid ne
succeed and thenl .his murder' was de
cide(d upon0. .An a1sain~ii was brougli
tti'om Sanl Franciscoi to murder Tuiilla
but as tihe tman was ini tho habit c
dlrinlking to excess this plan2 wals abn
donted andl the wo'tuid-be assassin - e
back to Sani Fraico83. .Anlderso8
wvas then wor'king In Yuba)2 City, ani
had writteni to l)ye to sendt himu wori
whent he had( nay "work" 11aid 01ul
Dye wenIt for Andlerson himself; so) a
to a1void risk, and he foiund the latte
eager for.the bloody business. 0
the night of the 1:1th of3 July Dye drov'
Andelrsonl and( Dick dlown' alonig lb
river as far aIS Richland. 0On the wat
down Anderson~ wantetd to, stop an
kill a ranch -mantf nameild Strothmra
whlo 'was su1posed to be a good su11
ject for-the admilnistraitors, but Dv
thought 0one inurdetlr waLs enugh 't
have on hand at a timec. At Richlian,
they took a boat. On arriving s
Grand Island they found Tlis wa
absent in San1 Francisco53, and tha
ruftlilns ret urnled disapp3lointed. At
derson returnedc( to Yuba City, but o
the sulnuous of Dye eagerly repirei'
again to Sacramento on1 the '27 th c
July, and it was thent deelded to bull
Anderson and Dick weoit down il
the boat and landed at i'Tullis'. ic1e
bid in a field of barley whileo Antdtr
son1 went looking for flullis, anid Ihnti
1ing hin, asked tor wvork. Tullis salb
-hie employcd 1non1 but Chilnamen, an11
ordered himn away. After sonme shar~
words Anderson struck TalIIs with
sand club, and the two clommnced t<
struggle with each other. -Dick thdt
ran up, and tolhig Andersont to go
otlt of thie. way, shot. Tullis in tihl
back. lie then plaeed his pistol at thi
back of Tullis' hea<d and againi fIred
Tuils foel On lisa iaQ,' andl Diej
empjtied another chamber of his reo
volver into his head And ra'n. Thei
got Info the boat and 'pulled down thi
fiver' abouttwo iniles. .Dyo>mptL theij
-, "With a biggy, altd drove theni to
r; Sa(.raimnento. A.1derson ne t day
started fo)r Yui ity, where. )jC wa's,
wOu1i.1j,.KILl. ANYlaODY F01-. ONE HIUtf-I
Dye 'e,s stated in I41 confl'esSotl.
thttbt;(;(ie the Tullis lI WAdo1" Ander
ot sid to liml, "I cau G,od-(dahtjinedl
ttcar flxing an old thllow for you last
u.ight. '.lhore is ani ( old fellow over oI
I sireet, nair tJaekson, who Ia very.
rieb. I welt, down there last nigh,
- stel))ed inside the gate, picked up a
a piece of iron, intending to knock hIip4
I on the heal( wvhen he (mlite il.4 hub
. there Wee'C two men withl him. 'They
pat.ssp. 4i L . Nxa,4Wd out of thu
' ale." An(terson added to Dye t ho
1would kill anybody ter $100.
'T1n1AI. AND CONVICION.
AnIerson, in, his confession, said
1)ye tenlpte"d hin%& to take part in the
nt (lurder of Tullis, and then related all
-l he delails of (he traigedy substantially
as given in .1)y('s statemllenlt. In
J.lluwnarv last .D yfa' (ud Andeison wvre.
tried and convicted, the jurny being
sentene("d to behaniged on the 20th of
s May, amd. the sentencI-e was carried out
Q,- stfated above. The m-uian )ick dis
apl)earelt before the atrests WCWeQ mautde
and( hats not vet been eaptured,
IClark, wh'o, accotding to Dye's coil
fos~siman kniew ntothinag of theo nimurder
1 sitntil after it. had been comnilitted, is
slil h jail at. Sacramento. The grand
i jur y on the 1811h tilt. ouhnld at true bill
- against him ti)r conspiracv iii the iur
der of Tullis, and Ie will be tried at an
early dy .
soL'ul G :n,I.IO Y:t d Elis.
I -Capi. Jno. 1t. Gardner, of York
t Ville, hams been appoinitet to a positionl
on the statlof Goteral Co.ward-, of the
t hit Ilrigale.
-Several iegroes have been detocted
by the And(erson police inl gamibling,
-tind they have been sentt up for trial
in the Court of Sessions.
-G;l-ulen Cooper, an energetic,
well-to-do colored tinrmt1er, who lives
eight iniles north of Roc 1ill, has a
field of m\)st exc4'llei, May wIleat,
almaiu01 ready for the scythe, which,
str:tinge to say, was not sown until the
lOlt of February-.
-''ho .Malsonio fraternity of Lantcas
ter will celebrate the 241th instant, St.
Jolin's D)ay. Judge Mlackey has te
relpled lan iniVj(ttiin extentded hin to
deliver an address. Ilis subject. will
be \lasonry antd Masonie Crimes and
l 'uaish inents."
t' -A difficulty occurred inl Flat Creek
townshiph Lancaster county, last week
bet.ween t wo colored imen, A lien IRough
and Alexander ( Gay which resulted in
SIloigh Iavin his skitil frattt'('d. ntitd
1 ian arm broken. Thet weauu used was
iat single-ba'rrel shot-gun.
--.llr. It.. Lovat Fraser, a vell know n
youn1g el izena of(:eorgelOw.it, atd th
-eryi or )ot' 1th Times, co1iitted
I suicide on 'l'hurs(lay tmortinig last.
> The coroner's jury fotad that. t he terri
li de; l was connuitted while 11i'.
Fraser atts "in it state of mental aber
--''lhe inspection of volunteer tt.ooi)s
tat. C'olumbiat, ordered for .uly 4, is
post ponied ttnil the week of the annl
al agf;rir'ultural thtir inl November. It
is ex)ect('e(1 that. some vaiuatble prizes
will be otli red for competition.
--Sonaic pat cfhos of' wheait in Ander
son1 htave imaide ve4ry fttno yields.
A umong I theat ar- the i'llowinag;'Dri. 8..
1'.. W. ih rui's, 1i tae,i 0.i bushels;
IM':.. V. thnrreds, I i cre,i buhes
Mr. P. Spelmuas, .lA acres, 631
--Joe Arnoi(ld, thme coloreCd man that
hiad beenai ,oajfined ini jail at And(er-soni
for severait mthtls patst, chariaged with
: having been 'onniecltedl with the mur
decr of the Frmankllis, near- Ninety-Six,
4soiti I imea ago, was triedl in A bleville
.week beforeo last anad ac-quitted.
--A'Li "C otnv Demtoc-ratic( .Cami
paigna Chlib" lhas' beeai -roaitized int
Carileston, tfori thc purpjose -of' pr'ocur
- Intg,. fthrough t he Deinaineratie-' organaiza
l ion, thle noit~ionfii Ond eletion of'
I Catpt. Wmn. A, Conumitenuar to thie mar
if orally of' thei cit y. The'election con'es
i otlfina Deemiber-.
I -Th botad of dlireCtorS of the Cliar
- lot te, Cohnanbia andi( Auigusta iliiroad
held their quariterly~ tmeetinig ini Cohum
bin ott Fridayv. - VTe rep arIs submitted
'showy anm licrease of' the II et earnuings of
C fthr ioad i' 't:he yast .'big.ht .pionths,
endn 1stofMay, 1879 ~of $74,000
Severtt oe net ear-niiigs for' the simo
Iperiod1 laist y-ear. It's a .rood timo to
Sr-aiisc t he fmreight ott c.ottoi
---As Mr'. James Boweni,ofAbbeville
tcountty, was on his way home fiomn his
.lti onec day last; week he onmec in cotn
tact wi'th a mnad. ox. Whmen lie fir-st
-saw thie lo x it was aubout . t wenatv feet
from lh i. step)ped1 back andl pieked
u ip a stick, at which flue fox bCcameii so
tt'nrged thiat hue spr)aang at him, selzintg
his pantts and held ont to themn until Mu'.
Ilowen killed himt.
--Otn Friday .l.ast a colored moan
jmnmed Sci piO Waright was killed by-Mm-.
.. F, M. Rogers, one of the most respec
t. table citizenis of D)arlitgbtn county.
Scipio was iiat emtploye o 01 Mr-. Rogers,
Sand( beintg reptroved for' neglect of (duty'
becamo insolent.,r made an1 a.ssault ont
Mr. Rogers, and threen ted to take his
a life. Mr. Rogers ordlered himt off the
r -planttationi, aind.in his off'ort to efforce
a his ou-der shot Scipio. *
Se--A m aniseeming to be a desperate
e haacerwa artedSt( neat' Rock
e 1111l on Satur-day before last by order
I of Trial Jsttic Fowell, for bramdish
luig a pistol-lin -his yard anid usling vor'y
-violenat and thai'atenting lang~uage3 to the
e lad(iesl o thte house wheat asked to quit
a the .)premilses. His namre 15is ep)orted
1 to be John Thompson Wylie, former-ly
t. of Chtester county. .in default. of ball
g lie wont to jail. The sheriff of York
a had in lais possession several other
- warriant for tJme arm-cst of the same
I -Sumi er has had a sensation. .Mrs.
I' Str'other, wife of D). P. Strollher, chop
:1 ed1 with onme Sam Wilson, taking her
sont1 twelve year's of age. The party
were arraestedl in Augusta, at (lie in
stance of Mr'. Strotherm. Mrs. Strothter'
1 siId thant shte was going to Houston,
C Texas, to visit her sisters, and as WVil
- sonm was oan htis way to the same place
-shae had simlyl put hertself under. lisa
I protectioni and that there was nothintg
1 wrtonmg wftatever'. Wilson said the
) samne thing. Mr. Str-othter, on being
I notified of time arrest of the parties, in
) atructed the police to let them go, pro
I viding they sent his sonm- home. This
I arrangement was agreed to, Mrs.
>Strother-amu WIlson--left at once for
Texlas, and he' boy was sent back to
l isa fathmer.
.- -The Baltmore papers report a
Squiet but ver'y grneral revival, of re.
I igion in that city, which 1. largely
I credited to the~ labors of Mr.,-Mo(d.
",** 1'h"-W OJP- THE' DAYV.
-JQhn Brow:., Jr., is going to Kan
sas to help the colored refugses.
-A fire occurred at Point. I;reeze,
a., oIn;Fridtiy, which constumned. half
a milllon dollars' worth .of proplrty.
--'1,bo e.NConf'ederato General Lon ,
street ad his pocket picked of go
watetitand..cham in Gainesvillo,. AAt, a
few days igo.
-Mft, xra ). Sankey is resting at
INIttdciudno,. Wales. .i1e will assist Mr.
Mootlrn. a. campatign of six niont,ht i'L
St. Louis next winter.
-flte Cincinnatl A'nqu.irar says the
the Ohio Democratic platform' was
written by MAr.. Thurian h t;nsoli and.
adopted by the convci.ition \thout
ohit)gimg a word of it,
-O'1Learv, tihe pedestritn, has a%-.
,epted the challenge of Crossland, the
.nglish walIer, to walk a seventy-two
bour mnatclt for $5,000 and two-thirds
)f the gate L:oaoy.
-Newl York physicians atre d.eeply.
LI.toosted in the treattmnt ofa maIn.
Whose heart. has in some wV.v shifite+
rrohn its natural 1l)1ace to Iis x1yht. side,
tad has beent doIing duty Il inla inade
:late itshion in this novel location for
-A cyclone passed ovev Sanders
ville, Ga., on Thursday. The CatLoWe
:hurch was blown down and tmtuir
trees were ipiroote1. Fencing an
mrops sustatined considerable dama)age,
but no ives ivero lost.
--The passenger coach which keft'
Sidney, Neb., for the Black Hills, last
Monday, was stopped by masked rob
bers on '1'ueSdty mniditht, the four
pa ontgers robbed of thmeir money wa
valuables, and the mail ritleJ.. The
coach was then permitted t.t pro.eed.
-Less than two vears a o a catt0on
factory was built itn Natc cz, Miss ,
every dollar o' the stot;k in which is
owi.ed by her own citizens, and which
is yielding the very handsome return
of nearly twenty per cent. oIL the Ilk,
-A law just approved by GOvernor
Robinson, of New York, p'rovidos for
winding i) the business of failing sav
ings balks without calling In a receiv
er, who, Ais far as these institutions are
concerned, has generally provtbd as
bad as the t.lief.
-There are ma'ny indications that
Ben Butler will make another attempt
to capture the State conventtivn of
Massachusetts Democrats and secure
the regular 1)emnocratic nolmination for
the governorship. .lie has already
catptured a number of township and
-It seems that the eleven school
-hikIront who recently died so sudden
Iv at Jacob's ,lill, a little village in
Nortl)erl Vormnont, were nct poisoned
at thte. brook, as at. first supposed, but
wv.r" thle victims ofdiphithieria, induced
byv fbul pools and sinks under and
LIrloun(l. thiQ seliool-house.
-.The cott on merchant s of New York
estimate that. they tye Jnst $50,0t)
mlrttt1ly iw thet tho of ootton f'ont
bales, ant hey have tried to break up
the stealing by indicting John and
Nicholas Costello and other samIp)lers
to whom the stolen cotton has been
-'reports from nearly all parts of
Northern-Ohio, and some in Western
Pennsylvania, show that there will be
ibout twq-thirds of the usual crop of
wheat,-it,ithatt the corn crop will le a
tiluro in 44ns,0quenpo of the d(ohQl)t,
Oats are lietter thanii corn,l but tlwere
Wli. itloelf' two-thirids of the 'IuuL
Qrnp or y, w4. .frui, will be vr
light.; poitaltoes lhir.
*The iiu nt'o on TXIjeday passed g bill
toe remuove the political dis8abilitIes of
J. C: ~ Peniberton. Mr. Pemnberton
w~as a lieuitenanmt-gceeral in (lie Coni
feerate service, the p.orsonlal friend of
If on, Jofferson Un'WviM, and wvill be re
memubered a.s .the Con foderate general
whIo suirrender'ed Viokshuirg to Geu,
Griant. lie is now living in Philadel
-"Bull Run?' Russell, tihe well
kno1wnI correspon dent of tile Lond on
TiVmes, hqs gone to South Africa withi
Sir G arneot Wolael oy. lHe goes out to
represenlt the London Dafl/ Tfeleigraph,
hiia-rmg, aifter forty youars' connection,
tranlsfeXrred lis al legianlce from thle
London TJimes. to the Telegraph.
-Of eleven female candidates who
presented themselves for thn first ex
amiintionl for thle degrees of the Ui
versity of London, six were placed in
tihe honior divisioni, four wore doelared
cntitled to exhbibition, and one was
second in (lie tvhole list of canididates.
The stanldard of the London Universi
ty is a very high. one,
-Mr. G1. WashIngton Childs de
clares that Gen. Granit has 1n0 polit.1da1
plans. Mr. Childslif ormis a reporter
that if (Grant' really enitei'tainecd anly
expect at ion of becoin g a ocandidato
for time Presidency-, he would certalinly
have writteri to him on the subjecct. A's
Gen. Grant hmas "inever nmentionled tIle
matter 1in'h1s letters," Mr-.- ChilIds is
convined( that a thuird term is wvholly
foreign to his thoughts. Fudge!i
-Maniley Stephens, the night watch
man at Clark's saw mill at lunlter-'s
Cr-eek iMlich., went home at an early
hiom' i Aturday mloring anmd found
Johnm lionsou there. Suspecting Ihim) of
crimnal lntimacoy with his wife, lie
shot 1him1 twice through the head( anId
thiree tines thr'ough the chest, ie
then shQt his wvife thlrough t,ho head and
himnself thr-ough the head, kiling him
self instanltly. Afi's, . Stevens and
IIouse wer*e mor'tally wounded.
BANANAs.-,Few .peo ple who see
b)anmanas haniging in fruit dealers' shops
thinuk of theml as more thanm a trop)ical
lhl-y. - Iln fact, they are the -staple
artiolo.ef food In sotne p)arts of the
world, and, according to Humboldt,
an acre of bananas will produce as
much01 food for a man as tweonty-Ilvo
acres of wheat. It is the case with
which bananas are grown that is the
great obstacle to civIlization in soane
tr'opical countries. It Is so easy to get
a living without wvork that no eflort
wvIll be imade, and the men become
hazy and lintolerably shiftless. All
tliat Is needed is to stick a.cuttlng Into
tho grround. It will ripen its f'nit in
twelve or thirteen months without
fi.rther care, each plant having f'om
seventy-flye to one hundred and twen
ty-flyve bananas; and when that (dies
down,' after ikulting, new shoots
spr1ing up to take its plface. In regions
wher-e frosts never r'eaoh, bananas are
found ini all stages of growth, ripening
their failt every day anid every month
in the year.
-It is. annonmed that -sIx of' the
eight young ladles who acted as brides.
makda when Nellie Grant was married
have already found husbands. The
moral is-Be bridestosids te tho daugh..
ter of a Pr'esidit If yen Want t* mrfr'
'-Pay your duiseriptioi
A TORPID LIVER
Ia the fruitful source of 4?V' s ygp.!
nent among whc are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS
IYSE1ITERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER
JAUNdICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
PLAIKT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
tote of Appetite and Nausea, the bowels
qgt,vo, but sometimes alternate with
IIgst oea, Pain in the Head, acoonwiiis
W AuU senaation in the baok part,Pain
ftp t)vright eido and udei'~hlehoi1dei r
insdo. f\ullriiss after eating, with a diin"
olJpaVQi to exrtionof bodyoriiind, Irir.
tabj octgitper, iLow ~ritow I so~i
mozgc, with a feeling of having negleoted
tQdulty, Coloralwoarinoas; Dizwinees,
rin 6i at the Ienrt, Dite leforo te
Q7ea, YoUow skin, Headaoho genoraliy
over thie right eye, Roetlesness atnight
with fitfii dreams, highly colored Urine.
3' THESE WARNINOS ARE UNHEEDED,
8Et.QU$ DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPEga
are ospecially adapted to such
cases, a single dose efro.ct
such a change of fooUtg as to
astonish the sufferor,
fre(rome any prop.erties thtat can inj ure
ohe weat dellctue erganteatlou. Tnhey
Search C!leaner, Vtarily, nd Invlgorato
the entire Nystem. Hy relleving 'te en=
grged I.lver, they aiennee tist blood,
from~ poisonausai ii utcir ,,ttd t>As lnm tgt
health and vitality to the body, entsalg
the bowels to act naturally, wltheust
which nao ens cma fliel welle
A Noted Divine, says:
Dr. TUTlT:-Dear Rir " For ten years I have be
a martyr to Dyspoepai, Gunetiprtinn and Piles. Last
Bpring gyour Pills were recomnmnded to tne; I used
them (hut wla lile faith). I am now a well man,
baegood appe!ite, dlgee.tton perfeet, re.ular atoolt
pies gone, and (have gained forty ~oudssoltd 9e ,'
Thoy are woirthi their weI hlti o goud.
Rc~v. lt. L. S[l PSO t, I4nulsrille, Rx.
heir rst ellct is Ja ni rtte lte Appetite,
and cause the htiy to Takec ou Fleaih, thus the
system is nattriltd, and by tilcir Toole Ac,
899o01o athLte Iucelgestlre Orgatat1 $ogtt;q>f
8toole aye rYodUCgu
DR. J. F. HAYW00D
OF NEW YORK, SAYSV
"Few diseases exist that cannot be reliove4 by re,
storing the Liver to its normau functions, and for
this purpose norapdy Me ovor boon tinvonWd that
has as apy.~ &t elluet pa 1 4,'J-"S 1'111"."
$OL,U EVERYWHERE, PRICE R5 CENTS.
Oftce 35 Murray Street, New York.
9W- Dr. TUTiT'S MANUAL of Valuable Infor
mation and Useful eceipt." will bomalled/re.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Oa*RAIni AI ul eQhae f OLojaQ
pat a aura~Uoir.at Iinetana-h onusly, and is
as Iarmles as sprng water. Sold by Druggists, or
sent by oxpreas on roroipt of $1.
Office, 35 Murray St., New Yqrk.
Consisting of 200 piec.es Calico,
50 pieces Muslin, 25 pieces Pique,
Whito and Figured, 100 pieces
Bleached Domestie, all soldct brands,
Nowv York Mills, Wamnsutta and
Fruit of the Looi.
Dress Goods in all tityles and
quality, All Wool Bluntings, Cash
mores, Cottonades and Brown
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHIfG,
Boots, Shoes and fla't is complete,
which we sell at very low prices.
All we ask is to give us a trial before
buying elsewvhere, as we take par..
ticular pains in showin g our goods.
OUR~ NOTION AND MILLINERY
Doepartmetnt is full of Nowv Goods
anud Styles. Ladics' Glovea from
onne to six Buttons itn Lyle Thread
andi Silk. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's .Hose in all styles and
colors. Fans-and Ladies' Neck Wear
TOO N'UMEROUS TO MENTION
Collars and Cuffs and many styles
100 rarasols at 25 conts each.
100 Neck Tios at 5 cents each.
25 pairs Boys' Button Gaiters,
worth $3.00, for $1.00-Nos. 10, 18,
and 1 to 4.
One lot Wonments Shoes, Nos. 3
and 4, at 50 cents.
One lot Gents' Shoes,'worth $8.00,
sold for $1.00.
Remnember all those wvill only be
sold for the next
at thxese prices, before taking stook
and a change of the firm.
P. IT. O'Brian, of Stan Franeisoo, Cal.,
says: "Heratld Compound is the best
cement for broken wares I over saw. I
have articles monded with~ it ,that stand an
good as before they wore broken." Sold
by all d ruggistd And country nirobants
or If yor.r dru ggist hakp't ~ti,and
woa't flead ttir f, 40ui4 $0o e for a bot.
ie to " -JNO. ,T. PATRIOR(,
'iay 17.-f 5Iw Wadeboro, N. Ci,
IN the Stat4i1id Sewdlay Stato
Shoe4 . T?4 a :,t,'twC
ELLOW FEVER--LAOCK VOMIT
It is too soo0 to forgot the ratvageu of this
,eriible disease, wlich willpp dobt return in
n rziie t"Qnant and t'ulbfit forma in the. Lill
nontas r(f,. L
MICIt It 'S LfiAlpT.IIC, a reiedy dliscov
'red iu i0u erd Nlibla ant ustd with sycli
OiondertI r lt 1mi South Anmeric wlori t iml
no:t agt'a ted cast of fever are toy)id,
auses fron.onq. tp t 0 olhnces of bile to )o
literell or strained fro the blood eah tilne it
>asses through typ livotp as long an an excss
if bile exists. By its wonderful action (?n the
Aiver and Stomach .t1e iI'ATINS not 0111y pre
tents to a certainty any kind of Fever and
lack Vomit, but also cures Hleadache, Consli
)t-lon of the Bowels, Dysoeksila qind all
No one need fear Yellow Fever who will
'xpel the A'alaral Polson end excess of h)ike
rom tile blood by using .ixntitmLs iEryIs,
vhich is sed by all )rugglsts in 26 cent' ai)l
li.00 bottles, or will be sent by express by the
F. ERRELL & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dr. I'en\, ilto)'s. Stillil)gia ol; Quicen's
CW-The reports of wondrful cures of Kheuma
timsn, Scrofula, Salt Itheum, S.vphilis, Cancer,
Ulcers and Sores, that comne front all parts of
tihe oomtntry, are not o' cenl"ta1l but s
iraculous as to be doul) 'd was it not for tihe
abundance of proof.
Rem kable Ouro of Sorofula, &o,
CASE OF COL. J. C. BiIANSON.
KINoSToN, OIA., September 15, 1871.
OEN'rS :--For sixteen years I have been a great
sufferer from Scrofula in Its most distressing
for;ns. I have been confiined to my room and1
beI for ltfteen years with scrolious ui(era
Ilons. 'lhe most npproved rewelAes for such
cases had been used, and the most (,inuoent
hysIcU tWAlW 9, , out any decided
benellt. u iostamted, stressedi despond
1ug, I was advised by Dr. Ayer, of Floyq Comm.
tv, Ga., to comnmence the usoof your Compound
k xtract Stillitigha. Lang iage is as insufilcient
to describe 1.1 relief 1 oligo1t fr0l.tJ)e Uso of
the Stillingia as it Is 1" convoy an adequate
idea of tie intensity of my suffering before
using yo,r ,edtcino; sutlicient to say I aban
doned all 0. 11%4GIedles and continued tie use
of your Extract Of Stillingla, until I can say
truly "I am cured of all pain," of all disease
with nothing to obstruct the active pursuit of
may profession. More than eight mnot.hs haveo
eiap)sed sintee this reifnarkablo cure, with1out
any return of the disease.
For the truttlA o.( \\e above statemon t, I refer
to any gentlemal an Bariow County, Ga., and
to the innbe s of the bar of Cherokee Clirctit.,
who are ac(qualtnted withi me. I shall over
reiain, with the leepest gratitude,
Your obedient servant,
d1. V. BIANSON, Att'y. at Law.
WEST POINT, GA., Sept. 16 1870.
GNT:-My (taighter was taken on the 26th
dlay of Juno, 18i111, with what was suppose(i to be
AMce lItheumallsiin, and was treated for lie
same with no success. Ini March, foltowing
Pieces of bone began to woe.c at of the right
arm, and contn.tnud to appear till all the bone
fron, tihe elbow to time shoulder joint cane out.
Many p\ecos of bone cauno out of right foot anti
leg. 'I li case was then pronounced one of
W1'hite Swelli ng. After htavi.ng p pen coihned
aboutt six year;toher bed and the case con
si(lered lIlopeless, I was induced to try Dr. Porn
bertdns's Compound Extract of Stillingia. and
was so well satistled with its effects that I have
cont.inmed time use of it until the present.
My daughter was confined to her bed about
six years before she sat up or even turned over
witllogt help. SIho now sits up all day, antd
sews most of her (t1ie--,0s wpllked across the
room. Her genoral liall isncw gpg rnd I
believe she will, ats her limbs gain strength
walk wcl. attribute her recovery, with the
blessing of e, to thl \\se oqf your invaluable
With gratitudo, I al, yours truly,
W. B. BLANTON.
WRST PoINT, (In., Sept. 10, 1870.
GENTs :-The above certtilcatc of Mr. W. 11.
Blaiton we know atid certify to as being trite.
Tihe thing is so iundreils of t,io most respect
ed citizens will certify to it. As much reference
cai be given as may lie reqircd.
QA1W FOit D & W A LKER, Druggists.
IION . 1). WILLIAMS.
|W p . PEMB ERTON'S STILLINGIA is pre
pare y \ '. LILIRiELL & CO., Phila., Pa.
S01(d by qi ;itgfts4 q n $1.00l hottlps.i, or sent
b., express. Agents itate(t to canvass every
8e eid for Book-"Qurior1s 8tory"-free to all.
Mnd i:tes spat t9 pogr peoplo payable In Instal
rURY the best two and a half cent
a cigar, at F. W. HABENICHT'S, Rear
Df Market Hall.
B EB it enacted and ordained by the
L Inlt endant and Wardens of the
town of Winnsboro, 8. 0., in Council met:
Thmat, for the p)urposo of raising sup
plies for the year goinmenoing April 1,
1870, and endinug April 1, 1880, a tax for
the sums and inl the manner hereinafter
mentioned shall be ai t and paid into
the treasury of the said town, for the use
and service thereof, that is to sa.y: two
and one-half mills ad valorern upon every
dollar of the value of all the real and per
sonal property within the corporate limits
of the town of Winnsboro; two dollars to
be paid by every maloe inhabitant b'etiween
the ages of sixteon and fifty-five ynmars, in
lieu of working upon the strooin of said
towns an threlio per cont. upon the
amount of sales at auction.
2. All taxes assessed and payable un
der this shall be p aidl in the0 following
kinds of funds and no other: Gold and
silver coin, United States currency and
national bank notes.
3. All taxes assessed herein shall be
due and payable between the 1st day of
October and the 30th cday of Noveumber,
i870, incluiave, apd all taxes remaining
due and unpaId om t,he lst day of Decem
ber, 1879, shall be collected by distress
or otherwvise, as new prescribed by law,
logether with all legal costs.
4, All persons owning property in~ the
corporate~ limits of tihe said town of
WVinnsbora are required, between the 15th
day of June and the 1at dlay of 'August,
1879, inclusive, to make sworn retnrn of
said property for taxation to the tawn
cleric, and the .said towli olerlk is hereby
required, when property-holders fail or
refuse to make said sworn return, to
add fifty per gentumn to the return of the
p)revious mnunioiFal year.
Dono in Concil, this thirty-first day
of May, A. D. 1879, under the corporte
seal of the said Town Qouneil.
(SEAL.) JAS. A. BRICE,
Attest: - Intendant.
R Swoet Mali N. b. Corn
Wiskey for sale low for cash at
F. W. HIABENIGHT'S, Rear of Mar-kot.
A PFNNY SAVED
IS A PENNY GAINED,
You can save money by calling at the
Grooory $tore of W. HI.DONL,Y,
Just opened a nice lot of Sugar Cured
Canvassed Hams at prices to suit
the the timIoU. Also a selent stock Coffees
and Sagars. Arbueklo's Ungrongst goast
ed Coffee a spoolalty. All thle fravorite
brands of Augutr Flour, B3olted Meal and
Pearl Grits. Canned Gooeds of all de
scriptions, Chewing and Smoki-ng Tobae
0o, trigars from time highest to the cheap
est brands, hoels and Shoes at low
figures. Ladies' fine cloth Gaiters, all
sizes, lower thtau the lowest. Oholee
WVines andi LI qumors, Porter, fleer and Ale.
Flresh Sparling Oider, Cider Vinegar,
and Lemns Gie me a call, I will
not be unidersold. W. 11, DONLY.
O'^""D & Co' erench afandy,
Jamiaiea Rum, Holland-Gin, Gin
ger' Trandt Blackbery Blrandy Peach
and Appe Brandy, N, iiJ Rom,
Sweet Codr, Pure Juice Port Wino,
Qatawba Wino, Oherry B3randy
Domestic Gins. The .vory best
brapdy. of-OClgarse-.chewing and
49w ' oprae mkn
Foz. Sorofula, and- all
scrofulous diseases, -Erysi
pelas, Rose, or St*. 4nthp,
ny's Fire, Eruptions- oajJ
E,ruptive diseases of the
skiu, Ulcerations of the
Liver, .Stomach, Kidneys,
Lungs, Pimples, Pustulea,.
Boils, Blotches, Tumors,
r1 ei,.Sylst lheum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, Ulcers,
Sores, Itheunuatiew, Nour a,. iu iQ
the hones, Sidp and I-iead, 1 ipile.
Weakness, Storility, Leucorrheea, arising.
from internal ulceration, and Uterine
cjjj se, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases, Droppy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
General De bit, andf, f.tL P f i,th
'ihis Sarsapariht is a combiuation of
vegetable alteratives - Stillingia, Man-.
drake, Yellow Dock-with the Iodidea
of Potassium and Iron, and is the most
@ caious medicine yet known for
the diseases it is intended to cure.
Its ingredients nhe $o skli lfull com.
bied, that. the fuli ller sv ect of
eaQe3 i assured, and while it is swmilid
as to be harmless even to children, it is
still so effectual as to,pwge out from the
aystem those impuriiies and corruptions
which develop Wto loathsome disease.
'She reputation it enjoys- is derived
from its cures, and the confidence whicl$
prominent physicians all over the coun
try repose in it, prove their experienc?
of its usefulness.
Certificatea attesting its virtues have
accumui>ated, and arq constantly being
received, and as many of these cases are
publicly knoWn, they furnish convincing
evidence of the superiority of this Sar.
saparilrj over every ot,e alterative
medicine. So generally is its superi
ority to any other,medicine k>h,\n, that
we need do no more than to assure the
public that the best qualities it has ever
possessed are strictly maintained,
Dr. J. C, AXER& A, Lowell, Mass.,
Pracg(pgt and Analyeloai oVlaemi .
SOLD DT ALI. DRUGGISTS BvanvW4sj
A NICE lot of -Himburg Edging
J. M. BEATY & CO.
At the Winnsboro Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods and Millinory. Bazaar
a second lot of new, cheap and ele
gant goods. A1.ilUUory a7d anuoy
Goods in all the latest styles and
novelties of the season. Mrs. Boag,
having a first-class milliner to assist
her in this Department, is ful1y pre..
pared to pleas the most fastidious,
Pnd will talce pleasure in doing so.
A beautiful line of Silk and Cotton
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
aijno' Jabots and Ties or Scarfs ;
Dress Goods, Buntings, oglins,
Silks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimmings
-in fact a full stock of such goods
as are usually fohnd in a first-class
Millinery, Dry Goods and Sancy
A beautiful line of ladies' and
Children's Slippers, Gaitera and
Shoes ; also, a nico asotment of
A full and fresh stock of Family
Groceries: Bacon, Mpabk Flour,
Corn, Sugars, Qfl'ees, goap,
XIn short, you eiar find all you want.
at J. 0. HOAG'S, and as cheap as~
the same goode can~ be bought any
where. Don't forget ta call. No
trouble to show goods.
ii. Q, .UQAG,
Sixteen new and first,claae Sewing
M'achines to be in storQ i ay or
so. The Newv and Imp roved erti
cal Feed Davis, XX. 1, F. ; alsod, the
New and Improved American, rang
ing inm rice fron $20 upwards
Theae 1 achina are from~ the facto
rnes of good, responsible companies,
and -are warranted to be just a?
J. 0. BOAG,
mAgenPft for Fair#eld County.
~OR a cool glass .of Pure Lager
IBeer--superior. to all others--call
at F. WV. FMADEB&CHT's.
PATTERISON'S oE3ilRATED SPRINGS.
Ths angs are situated four miles
eot f lby and six mites north of
Whitaker's, on the Mr-Line B. 11. The
mineral waters are sulphur and ohaly,
beato. The properties of thess 1phur are
ron,sulhurand nensia. .Proporties
comrbino are benefiia to afl diseases',
and never fall to cure the mea obstibato
cassa, as miany will testify. The chaly,
boato waters cannot be supsed, having
wrought many almost Miaulous onires.
and the prcape reaho aang
biee red#roed this season.
oses, coquet grornds, ten
pin alley, and other amusements .and
attractions free fot viuitors. Haok. run.,
ning from l4place will ~o. r at
Shely or at Witakop'e, 6i~i4
11. I. tippa short notice to he z*6r,
JATh6 QF SOARt
Per day . . - 41.25
Per week * - -7.00
P'erionth . . . . .00
Per month tor2 Sr more rmoMths -80
OhildrenaM sralt hal re.