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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSIdORt, 8. C.
MiTURD.t1 111tNiNGO, .June '21, 1ff;f.
ft. NR.!.vS D.A 1'.: ErTmat.
eXNo. Y. EYxL,'s. AwoCIATK EiTon.
TifE ATI..ANTA C'on./itlio~ says that
whenl Conklinr alum a huntorolls
vein hte capers as gracefully as a Solti
GE,NErAL E"wiNo, John Sherman,
Iline and Don Cameronm arle clo-el V
ottnected by family ties. :Irs. (ei
oral 8hcrntui is Ewing's sister. This
t a quteer lot to be grouped together.
I'r is NOT easy for a man to go so
ar away from home that hii sayings
and doings will not be heard. General
Grant waited until he got off in in
obscure town in China and theni ex
pressed himself favor"ably on Clin':e
inttigration to this country. j Jl evi
dcntly thought he had gotfen fir
enough away from I )ennis Kearney to
indulge in a little cheap taffy to the
Chinese. Uut Cal i!itia has heard the
nIews, and thle Sanl Fratncico ('"//
waris the Radicals th:'t (.rant wc.ild
loe11 the I'alfic Slope if nominated for
a third terira. Even the .ilenit Ca-'r
cain talk too hinh.
'I'u-: I%ttt':uz1": of Egypt in i a bad
way. .Bte has lived a last, life. and,
like most prodigals. refuse to ray hai.
debts. Were hk cretlitor only
Jgyl,tiatnr a few s11rokes of the b:at i
nadlo would keep themn clliet. I;ut
rltnny of his loans w're puied in
French aid Briti:sh miarcet. Sotinc
titne agt, each of ise latio s hatd an
agent inl Egypt who rondueteud the
.Khedive's finaucial affairs fur him.
But the lordly mJ1on1arch of the Pyra
iids could brook no ilit rfceOcr inl
his grabs (1pon the public tioney, and
distni-.sed his forei_l advi"cr. It
consequnence, it is sil ihatt the ('un,uJ
General of Friance, in full uniifinin.
will repair to the ('out at ;r:id
Cairo and there inlfritn the world tlh:tt
the Khedive has to be deposed. ''o
use a ptraphru"ase froml I)ennis Kearniey,
"The Khedive nmst go.'
The Spartanburg Lynching.
All accounts from the .Spartaiiburg
l}=nchlig .unite in testi'ying to the
guilt of the victim ind the or<derly de
mtenimor of his self-constituted execul
tioners. '1'he crne was at dretlt'ul
onle, fir worse even tlaan the cold
blooded niurder of a fi'llow 1a11n, :uid
no retribution could be too quick or too
severe. There are somne crimes that
the law cannot reach, and Moore's was
one of these. No .eoIunthel 'of his
stamp should be suflired to live any
longer thani it takes to thiid a rope to
hang him with. Once satisfled of his
yalt hoyondl a vonuouuable doubt, the
peole of' Spartanhurg did what every
communnity~ ought to do anid will d'o
uder similar circumastan,ces.
Ouir report of the contents of the
letter addressed by 3Mr. Solomon IlIans,
General Freight Agent of the Char
lotte, Col umbia and A ugusta itailIrotud,
to the mietchiants of Winnsboro con
talied a slight error. 3!r. .11aais did
state that a ne0w tariff would lie ani
liounced otg the 10th of . uily, hbut lie
niegleeledo to "eprss the hope (thatii
we expressed for himit) thatt it would
be satisfaictory. ]I t did say thaut the
taritfon cotton would 1)e b.seed (on mieais
uremnent. TIowever tmoderatto I he
charge, it will be0 estimiatedi hv iums
utremenOt t. Tihtere's thle rubh. Thi s isI
the whole gist of thle tight . The mter
(chantst contend that tIhe estimaiite tmutst
be by weight, whtile the road inisists
upon adopting the cubic loot as the
stanldard. 1 t claims thant the freight
On cotton has alway's been estimated
in this way ; but thtis is denied. Up
to ai few years ago, we are infonrmed,
bills were made(1( ont on the basis of
weight. Th'le total number of p)ound(s
shipped were divided by four hundred
aindfy, antd tihe quotient was the
estinmated tiunnber' of bales. But as
the ibnait aillowedl in the charter for
bulky articles would permit tan Cnor
mous freight on cotton, the road hais,
we jpeslume since it became dannger'ous
.o v'iolate the charter, sought a loop
~hoIe by which to escape fromi tho con
sequen1ces of extortion.
What Mr. Solomon 11aa proposes
to (10 on thie 10th of JIuly~ is of course
burled i the uunmunicative bosomis
of thet railroad lmagnatesl. Bunt in ad
Vance, we will say that no concession
as to the mlore0 cost of transportation
onl a bale of cotton will be satisfactory
hue long as1 ai Vfeio'Cls basis -of estimaites
is perslst.ed In. Should the road( .put
the rate down to ten cents a bale, by
measfluremenfClt, tihe p)rhtIeIlpl would re
mahi the same as before, and should
be sternlhy com~batted. Any suchl re
ducmtioni would be a mere sugar-coated
pill for the shiPPers, to inviogIo them
into tabanidonlig thirk case, with no0
assuran~ce whatever that 80 soon as
the iotton season begins the road will
not increatse the tariff again. Much
better light the mtatter noew, so as to
have i decision onewyo h te
- ybnaityns.-As long as the pohit
is-epen the inauguration -of a wagon
ne to Oolumbia ls uhneeessary, It
w be time enough to go back to the
'4rto d wtison the' Court shall have
i. doide In favor of. the .road. First
'haust theo lAw, and then try the
"~otof a bonpeting wagon line if 'the
'lw ails., 1fut tihere should lie no
i0E9mupromnIs whatever. LetL theo cise
. bYeo rsse vigorously thruigh thick
V.s SeW 4tht se L the eppoue
-of;/t)io' Oonduot ,of: the ra bny. TAtE
NEWS AND ItEERALD'hats at,tygoted gn.mi
oral interest. The llegistcer thhAtce
hatL the~ 'corporationsh will got tan
W'he th people colli lie, the Cor
p,orations will 18' broughIt I'> Lerlns!
Yes,. and the people wilI inoVe miore
<uickly th:11 is expected. They are
ril,e l,tr agitation aund netion :uid we
again pres. the n>int, that there will be
no 1;i1rmanen'lt r-elil.', until thlee>p>t
tion shall be st.lrill -'( of the pf;ver
to starve ot. I their et totit-r... The
pbl,t li t tist not l a1 the Iii('-r\v (If* the
ear Il f 'ation1 " al t:rL bh-,1 acil'i'pl a, a
Iilta ,r \wi t is (l4l:lamiuaell as a rigl.
We 11did no0t" ('xl)'.t tihe( rl ilroad1S to
fI.rce' he li- hting, b1 1 lhe . n,,/
('oUrI'trl ii now' en1ilid --for the war."
We are gladl to welf"-,me sf, powe'1rfnl
anl ally inl the right of the p eopule
lagat1ii't the corp,oraion. -t tI Ih
people tIi(ISlv( 1nlist i til war.
TIlE r'.Ic'A . 7' .i lrf( i r.1J1,TY.
. sf.l. /io/rrs. We (lilik(' to aj
pea-r befi>re the publi) IC i>r :1nY (can,e,
and( ir>urc particullarly' dol we regret
the l rCe(nt oe"'-:a.ir:t. We of lie SIleInI
(Ienoce' i 'u J e- p t1i1t the re'cenlt e"x
citteent caun-( by thYle repolurtedll recom
mnendI:tiIn 1 by !m-l f,len-entatives for*
the ofitb- t*> be filledt thi- smuml(er
w\o"ihll be adjIl.'ed w\"itlouit ftu'therI
complaint 1from thel p,(-ople. ue oe
not1e. 1-> he the t'a a:ll we b-g a
51par-. inl the coloTran,. of yom p.p "1(-r to
-'ay va wrdtl( inl be-halft 'th+ Denu."rany
ofil'i i ,( llt illf"f1 i1!4" ' 1111 Q1 ')l ll( I
>e('eIem l e a1 .--r:11w h>ei ioetrt', 1 whIer'
iln ( ur r:t1:k-. Thel( voting lf.pubtltion I
of I-'alirtith :-o ' y -' r,' t '>ke,l and
p rime'd l.>" al pr1imary1 ele"ction in
Al.liut.l T h' y (u xl!ei c it a: t right, (
:, al I' l,liilh-:.r a 1.' toIf, them bv nho(t
power,." i o fite- ,,et-1 Democrar:v"f'\ fi>,r 1
whicb we t (n,I i -h' i ll-t o b:n il in '.Now I
t' : a f'-\w of, that I!tml:wn- " (tii i
the rg 'ner:l1 in-'' n) t o I ll' jllt'lke awa\ I
frcnt thii lf 11a11t t ir<---t ' aI ll 11 t,l' :I
fl'or ('iin hi' ,\io lla ll l iII'her ti--4'
e\-,"n for thi 1 unle it x ir,dl ttrlm, c'reial - to
tii"lin'_" Iha1 we 1 rer-t to .:'-. \'i1:h
f i-w ex\" i , the I i t"rY i-. ',"!t ''t i inj:' -
I ice to Ilhe i1:tt1lida:tf v, bo I' een, -o I
l(111! in the tield. tin uf hemN l we
exlech te the Itter t.> be derbed hv i
primary h-1eion. and it would hav e r
Conltill'Iat a en wihen every one :
who \t i-hi.! coul al tei nl.
We t'"i,h f,uriselv e'z to bie firl\" u -
d l i n tist 'nlli :Il iatter. \\'e d'I not I
i ish 14t, w'ml ot' the l'Ifelii s of aIlli one, I
anl wiob ti:l e l -V hlihave n,>t the I
th llte t ohjietionl to anyv ole' of it
replorte(1 appo titees-. \\ e knlow thm -i
to be renillhn lmi r od ''io ui"rat,. I
but te do() object to the j'I' initple t'o ! I
app(linti - 11t I'l ithou the turr t ol ' iah
priny et.'tlect ion, at d 'e d) hope tjie t :l
inl ortl-1 to 5CCnre a:Inou}v. ecllf;e and I
unity,his E0xc e iii y the (I ioil Itr Ui1I
the powe\"frs thuit he w\ill rl-:-ull-idler the t
aiction. if':any hat: be t-u a:11en, atndtle 111
1111 eatre l decid ll 'eording to the
wishe: ol'Ihe l eop le. We are not too
w n,.si1 out w\it.hl (lee'lioin to stalld a
littlle 1"1b inl Augurn., just to keep om
hand illi for the gre:t. c(lof'te in .o.'',
w1e11 we expect to0 st:nip -o>mil Caro
lilla with at fll Demnocratic seal.
We believe in the priular\" te mul,
andeInblieve it to be hel hreI sc to
ti-ht i the loo-e screwi, atl Since
J.iear,d hv a goodo olm n noheIi
fatho nte ainoo~vng otu-i edl8:an
byalthls ialt' etioadhv
aflhers (ppont y te il fih
iaidOity of the peopliase. u A tle of
tthe .onte stetingM i'th inf'er
pervadingor C:i, amf it good
willtowads inAll unlsiniiId,oun "r.eemf'
includd, proidedc the ey keoiier.
tuhe a corve th will str succes.
AThn,ge us' Uhed ea-ce. tci i
Oaleion, 1879. ''tl'
The .lury A Boy rOHein au A' Ninhtid ac
Verlbiathf 3o1anhig'Ir-50 Alie.
AtNow Io Cil. .inet ~1.-Tet. jtry in
theD e All Oame Ito out 'tt.5
A. m.Vith; au venie oui of.'Sur
incey f te Cur. '' Th Jde n
rnus h~eairm, An1l that thei lIeR
answer as~l madeIOW, but beore theii
eitet, ecwl recorde Mr.i -itie.ld.a
the ounsl fr th defnce demndei
ai' pollef"thejry'.. Whe thname stof
th ighjuo, hrd .Cas,
TILE I'.AITAVtuuo LY.CIN1O.
The Circu,ntaatil Evidenoe inat
Mooru--Tie l.amt Persoan seen Wltb the
Murdered Girl -A Tol-Tatl Iaudker
(Cor. Cotumbia R'gtater.)
A young wonan, seveliteenl years
of age, all orphan t and not many
frietnds, leaves lier relatives in Picken's
[ounty n accouut of some bad treat
ui-it. as she told soit people along the
road of Ier fated jvuryCV, and is imak
in.: her wayt Io =omet relations inl Spar
lanbur,t conll:y . to1 ;Pc il' she Coi live
lunolg thenl inl peace and do somnethig
fr an hoine-t IvIing. She travels all
ilone on foot i a neat, plain dress,
tl a little hindiiile in her hand contain
ilg Ier Vohl yti' goods, sanid as she
rndges her weaiary way a1oig, stop
1 ing no0W an(1 then for a drink of wa
r1, she relat es lit'r storv of trouble to
-trngers just like inuoey'nce itself will
"li a iruitd, ulvariii.hed tale and
:very tiiite the a-iie. Arriving at the
raie oif .lhi Moore. not far troml her
l'stilution, she inquires the wa1 on to
lt i r und asks for a (Link'of wa
er. Shi' is ler.utled by Moore to
,lurin ithe house and pai'take of his
;og.,irality. Sihe eats dinner at
11o:re'itc bnse, and thenl starts on her
V:a. .\oore pre-pares to ac't 1111;ilpa
wtr;lind sho w her the way, but she dle
- ine- he !n-ti' to go alonw. Moore
n t.and goe. with her inl spite of
lc-r re"lnc Iit ranl!es. lIet starts oll' with
Irr, i< go nc all honr", perhap(, and re
nrua. N clhing is heard of the strange
irl, ("xcop1t l'rount hir, that he went
,ith I her ; -hcrt waY adii returned.
lis wts Thmtr.daV, 'he filt Ii day of the
crc"-out ilonitl/. On Sunday' followiug,
Ice inltil:tite(l bOdy of' a voting wolan
va s tound nei'ar the roal side, a few
imnidred v-rds flrton Moore's house.
hi hadl b,eei shot inl the breast, and
wti' throat cut. froi ear to ear. Jier
lecaying body exhibi1ed all the evi
LeCes o'lhavinlg been outraged and
hii itiird rcred. Suspicion at once
.ied on Johnl J. 3looce, a 1ma11 of
il charaufc""r. iand who, it is thought,
a.l irei to do in killing 1)r. Youni1
1't Ir I thIn the c'nvkcted R1olp:i
ht it is not his bad earacter aloine
chicith lhi1 biought him to the gallows
li. nlornIling!, but from ciircumstances
c, -tronlg and coivincing as to leave
to donht of h.s guilt. First, lie went
viti tlhe wtoluan n against her expre.ssed
vill. A guln or pistol was heard to
ire by soie laborers near by. Moore
%a , seen by theml going towards the
iver just atlter, barefooted anld with
Ut his hat. A hlindlkerchief was found
uar the dead body with tLe print of
he young wollnal's teih inl it, and the
andke.-eli'f is ide:alitiedl ac M)ore's
andkerebief. ",Oh, the hlandkerchleI,
lie handkerchief'" And thenl some
ar rin;;s atndl ithejewelry have been
%ctn d in 'tloore': houS(e, Suppo6Ced to
I hier -. 11(1 then last, but hot least,
loort's unuiif sta1111ti of trouble and
Il,riihl 0.). t solue mnatter the day or
w\I1 afite the girl was killed. and Cvell
c'ndilng for a physician, who told hhtn
here r:was nothiig the mlatter, ill point
. his gniit and justify a sympathy for
TIlE PANAMA CANAL.
L Much More Dificult Job than the Suez
Canal--What Muat be Done and tho Ob
htacles In tl e Way.
From the New York Sun.
The success of the Suez Canal seems
o have blinded the more enthusiastic
lddrocattes of the Dlarien Canal to the
,'astly- gr'eater' dhnent'tties to be over
-omie bethr'e t hir pr )ioject canl he r'ea!
zet'.. Therie is~ a wid Idtifler'ente be0
we(ni ft' t w'o easese. Th'le typiographiy
,f t he' ' y'ptian is- timus was1 sing~ul arly
11voral'l)e. Of fihe long niniety-miile
,tre'tchi between the two seas, near'ly
>ne4-third( wats coverted by a chiain of'
mitura'l lakes, whlich ireqired only
:h-edginig to iiake them navigable.
l'hec highest sand ridges between Suez
111d Por't Said were but eighty feet
iced of' locks, except tidal ones at the
two hiarbtors whier'e the canal diebouiches
into the sea. A r'ichi countiry (thle
annunal revenuel1s of Egy'pt then werec
frm~ )1,000O,000I to $50(,)00,000O), an
equabile cli niate, tabsence of malaia,
anid, above atll, an1 abundance of cheap
11ud e'xcel lenit labor', obtaiinable iat one
t hirid tlhe pirice paid on ihe Coint inenot of
lti-'.urope- hiese were a few of' the ad
vantaI ges which conItr'ibulte to out
weigh the dliflhticules of' M. De Less
''ps's unidertaking. Add to these a
ettlted gov'er'nmenut anid au despotic
r'uler' willinag to contibute $390,000,000O
of' hi-w resoi',.tur'ces towar'd the prioje'ct,
uiid it is not surlpr'isinig that thie inde
l'atigabhle Frienchimian suceeed(.
Ati i)arien thiere is no level countr'y
stielingi fruomn sea to sea, no0 equable
ilimiate, no0 atbundaince of' cheap1 and
e'xcellent laboir, and aiboveC all, no0 en
ter'prising despiot, like Said and( Ismadi
P'ashias, to aflord priotection and mil
lionis of'dollai's in gold to the und(er'
takers. I ipstead, we see war's anid
revol ution, univer-sal p)overt-y, volcaic
thr-ough which a water'way cann be cut
onily at immiieinse cost-dloiible or' tre'ble
thnt of' Suez. TIo tiunel an aqueduct
ISits iin conisidleraubly higher' than
Btroaidway, for -1 diistancie longer' thain
thie Nlonit Ceis ftunniel, beneath a
water'shed abotunding iln mioiuntain tor
irents, is a stu pend-ous und(ertaking,
aven on paperci. Th'le Nicar'augan iroute,
or' that of' Panama, with the long ser'ios
of' locks-ascending and.t dlescendinig
the (deep cuts t hruough volcanic irock,
luid the unceirtain wvater' supply, is a
ver'y dltf'i'ent aflair' ftom the. ninety..
mile level thriough the Egy ptian sands.
Th'le Suezt Canal, as an open waterway
Ito the Iiidies, hats adlvanitages which no
amouant of' weal'h squniauored oni the
Dar'ien isthmus can ever' equiah.
A MoNsrnioUs CoNst'inAcuy.--Mr's.
L~ouisia Pier'ce, a whIte lady, was ar
r'ested near11 Haleigh;~ N. C., on Friday1
ehairged on1 the oath of fhr'ee coloire
peron'st) wVith haviniig murtder'ed her'
f.wvo infanlt chilldren by bining their
bodies ini tho fireoplae of heri house.
On examilnation it was shown lhat the
bod(i1s of th , twins, wh ich wei-oe boirn
deoad, wert niot miteirred for three
wee'ks4 af'tei birth on account of the
ireports in i nelghbor'hood that Mr's,
Pier'ce had destroyed them. The
whole story 'as a mnonstrotA conspia
cv. T1hia deft udant was dischar'ged,
and three of' tI o wlitlsses agjainst hotr
were sent,- be reo the girand jury to
aniswer the chi -ge of conspiracy and
per.hitry. Al's. Pierce is a Nor'therni
womnan, who e me South a few years
ago and muatr ?d 'Wit4 E. Pierce, a.
r'teetule '.AMmS ..,No - motive - fot,
this ____her ca~ fe
#Ushi by using Dr. Jayno's mane?
Aproeh sn ttm r ny junot lo
ilo hcotuL~otts om in0S fal ir
Iterattye by enterin Into tl l i
Item.l and aJtbte smeo time sus. then a&flirik
us o thepatoat- - 'will
A PERILOUN JOUJR.NE.
(Medlna. N. Y.. May so. Cor. New York 'tmes 1
Asa Broughton, who killed Covet1
BP,ger6t it this place on May 14. aml
vhq was arreptcd in Canada on Wed
Itest"Ay, pqtorned, in eTecting his e4
cape into Canada, one of the most per
ilous feats on record. Broughton has
a remarkably handsome wile, and he
was desperately jetilous of Covert Ban
croft, at prominent business man o1
Medina. 1le had forbidden his wife t<
speak to Baneo-ft. On the day of the
imu'd+r;Brbughton went hoie. 1iis
little boy was eating an apple and the
fatlaraskeolhe boy whcre he got the ap
ple, and the child replied that Mr. Ban
croft had been there and had given him
the apple. This led to a quarrel be
tween Broughton and his wife, and he
drove her from btho hvuse. Later he
went to the resideuce: of L,aueroft,
sunmoned him to" hie 4oor, and de
iatdeit to know where trs. -Brough
ton had gutie. A quurrel ensued, and
kincroft, With the aid of his hired
man, put Broughton oil' the piazza.
Bronghtoi drew a pistol and shot Ban
croft deaa. He then went home, bade
his children good-bye and went away.
Broughton went to the house of a
cousin in the tolvin of lartland. On
Friday after the murder the cousin raw
the account ofit in a newspaper. He
refused longer to give shelter to
Broughton. The latter started at once
to the Niagara river. At Lewiston a
suspension bridge formerly spanned
SOME OF THE OLD WIRES
still extend across the stream at an ele
vation of one hundred feet above it.
Broughton, confident that officers
were on his truck, reached the side of
this old bridge. Fearful that by trying
to cross the river ac. the suSpension
bridge he would endanger his safety,
he determined to gain the Canada
shore by means of the old wires. He
sat on the hank of the river all night
Frilay night, and at davbreak on Sat
urdav began his pe'rilus crossing.
Iland over hand, suspetded in the air
one hundred feet above the river, he
made his way toward the opposite
shore. The wires swaved to and fro
with his weight. Several times he had
to pull hi.nself up and clasp his legs
and arms arouid the wire to rest his
hands, which were badly blistered and
cut. When about half way over,
Broughton says he thought he must lose
his hold, so nearly exhausted was he.
By frequent rests, as stated, however,
he finally ccmpleted his perilous jon -
ncv. 1 heii lie landed on the other
shore lie was unable to proceed fturth
er for over an hour. Officers Fuller
and Allen, of Medina, who were in
pursuit of him, arrived on one river
bank as Broughtot( landed on the oth
er. He went to Iangersville, Ontaria,
where he was apprehended on WVed
ntesday. lie returned to New York
State without making opposition. lie
says ie killed Bancroft in slet' defense.
SOUTQ (. AR J.I.YA E JVS.
-From reports received from vari
ous sections of Oconee county, the
wheat crop is said to be the filest that
has lccn grown for several years.
-TWo lunatics, -inmates of the Co
lunbia asylumn, walking out, last Tues
day afternoon, escaped from their
keepers and have not been re-captured.
--The Abbeville Medium intimates
that the place of Col. D. Wvatt Alken
as Congr-essman from the 'lhird Dis
trict, is coveted by other p)erson)s, and
that he will hinve competition for the
positioin at th~ neOxt electionl.
-In Keishawv county they are boast
ing of the "chiampion hushiand." lie
hitches hiimself to the buggy and hauls
his wife ar-ound to visit her neighbors.
HeI isnafraid to isk her precious per
son with a horse or even a mild temn
--The trustees of the widows' and
orphans' fund of the Knightseof Hlonor,
of Camdlen, on Tuesday of last week,
paid to Mi-s. J1. M. Gayrle the sum of
t wo thousand dollars, beinig the
amonmit which accrued to her- thr-ough
the death ofther late husband, Jos. M.
-A Northern Adventist p reache
has madle his appeaamce in Kershaw
countv, and pr-eaebied at one of the
churcheles thei-e on Sunday of last
week, lie had pictures along wilth
ini to show what kinct of a place
Paradise wauld be after the second
coining of Chr-ist.
-On tihe night of the 9th instant,
Mi-. William Kirkland, living near
Flat Ilock, in Keirshaw county, h ad his
d wellhing house, kitchien, stables and
ba-ns totally destroyed by fire. He
lost all his pr-ovislons. furnitureo and
every~thing that waos in the house. The
fire wvas of incenldlary origin.
-Governior Simpson has issued a pro
clamnation calling upon the law officer-s
and all good citizens of Siartanburg
county to take all steps wi thlin their
legal cap)acity as offlcer-s and citlzeiis to
br-ing the lynchers of Moore, the rav
151her anid mnurderer-, to punishment,
anid thei-eby v'indicate the majesty of
the violated law.
--A little child of Mr. Isaiah Coi-hev,
living near the mouth of Little Saluda
River-, in Edgefield county, was bitten
by a r-attlesnake on Snay mori-ing
last, and (lied vol-v soon1 after. Thle
child, wvh1eh was just old enough to
walk, followed its mother into the
vegetable garden and there received
the fatal bite.
-On Saturday evening, as Mr-s. L.
H. Boozer anid a negr-o wvoman, K(izzie
Rawl, wereo returning in a wagon from
Lexington -villaige to Mr-.ioozer-'s
pln itat ion, the hiorsos becamen frighten
ed by one of the shafts falling loose at
the tap, on lisa heels, aiid r-an dlown a
hill, thriowing bbth of the occupantA of
the wagomi out. Mirs. Boozer- was se
v.eroly bruised by the fall. The wheels
of the wvagon passed over Kizzio's
body, breaking one or two ribs.
-A yung on of Mr. Andr-ew
Mcllain,of Lanicaster county,
while (l.lt rabbit hunting last
Saturday,- was bitten by aln adlder
siiake. The dogs, as ho supposed, had
bayed a r-abbit itn a pile of rocks, and
he thrusnt his hand into the hole to get
the rabbit; when the snake bit hi m
upon the thumb. He suffered very
much until medIcal assistance i-cached
Ihim,. when lie was r-elleved by fi-equent
pottois,otw,hiskey -and other ant$
-Gossi p has It that .the Pilnce of
Wales anid the duke of Edinburg ih
fored thiobill.for legallizing marrkage
with a de0oesed wife's sfster- anid thai
the feasoWUlhereof was that the~ Quebn,
theIr m-other' whotse wish is law, do
sh-ed thatidrdaughter' ieatrice should
snarry the ce uoLon~is of Hesse, and
tiekochgi i9~b dead siste 's e; 11
U 23 cente at F'. W. H innarOn d
A TORPID LIVER
Is thefrifloa an ies sewbbn
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-IIEADACHE, COSTIVENES
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY CON
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Isom of Apit and NaueSthe boweb
are costive, but sometimee slternate will
loosene., Pain in the Head, acoomp
with a Dull sesaon in the backpt,artPatn
Li the ri~gt side~and ider the shoulde r
blade, fulhnes iter eating, with s diem
a naUo~n to eerUono-fjodyiiiin, iI
tability~of temper, Low spiiitj,.oes oi
memory, with afeeli~g of havinR neglicisil
some duty,er wieariness, Dissineen
Fluttering at the Heart, Dots before the
eyes, Yellow Skin, ~Headache
over the right eye, Ae.tleeness a
with fitful dreams, yha eobl rrittt
IF THESE WAREIPGARE VIENIDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED
are especially adapted to suoh
cases, a single dose sflbot,
such a change of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer.
are empeaed fvta inb.nee tat s
free frem any Preperlleethat Cam Ialard
the meet .telieate ergaulsatien. TheJ
Dear.h Jleaso, Frl,y, and vgeras
the e y Osem. ByYrellvtagi .o
1OLDEver, Hey leanse the blEe
1,e027Muraeus hure, and thuesrsprt,
health and vitality to the body, *e$eig
the bowel to act aturally, wUtpib
which ao "n. cam feel well.
A Noted Divine says
Dr. TUc T -Dear 6 "Feor tee oess haso
a mOtyr to Dupepa (Snaipa .ad Pe ok
BSpring jonr Pt)l, were recommended tome t I es
them ( bet witlh ittle faithb. I am now a well maa,
hive good appetite. digestlo peufect,r.giU stoels;
ljles son*. end (hav.e afaid fortf vound@soli4 Aetb.
GOq af or theiBr wsgtte Soe.
Js. t.. BEAPSN oTl&,C.
TNE 'S PILLSI
efirt efect is to Increase the Ap tlte,
adcase the body to Take ean Flesh, thus the
stoingo the iges tiv nOraaucts, Realar
this purpose no remedy hes ever ben inventetb
has a lappy an effect as TUTT'PILLS." ta
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Omce 36 Murray Street, New Tek
1 Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable To.
Ballon and Useful Receipts" will bemaledr.
TOTT'S HAIR DYE.
SNAY HAI* eN WNIA ]MIS angdteGO
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a Hta NAtuals Color. aets Inospte myel, andIs
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Office, 35 Murray t., New Yorke
O for the Bay State Shoe.
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IT 11; YALSE ECONOUT TO DUY A CHEAP 01
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ominnt uscansof uope d Aer
ca-h etmn asON1~ tonl th imes -s$
pierrty of thee binistuet hoer at
ohrl's emphatio forwig.
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ersnbynmnthl uinstaflmren ffrme
to. Th,ol e tesemnteduti the res
porsioryo these Frmn oer yea
tmer gis.emfhr oay erwelig.a
RENTEDs N aTorL Aent want
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erar by mh oth inWlent pay frh bo
toy $10 o saisfabcrtedory. te
pafor th oro onnet threelya<
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wayts ifno sainforatio,adrs
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Catawba Wine, ch Brand:
Domestio Gins. The very bei
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Blackwell's celebrated Smiokim
Tobacco, and a very superior Fil
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NIOHT'S, 1eOak of ToWn Hall,
PJUtE WNlITE @1i.
--150 DEGREEES FIRE TEST.--.
WE recommend the VUBTA
01L as.a safe Illuminator. 'It
as 'clear anid white as water, conuejfuent:
givea a .brlliant light 'ith very litt4
otor. 'Try. its The die Its .less the
ever. . AEA
A NICE lot of Hambur FKi I
fiJ.K MA BA 0
As the most ef.
fbctive and conge
nial purgative ever
the bo*ejv strf
and without pain.
Although ge nhl4
in their operation,
they ase still the
mest toesugh and
-.. searfapy eathar
tic medlcine-tiat can be employed: eleans
ing the stomach and bowels, and even the
blood. In small doses of one pill a day,
they stimulate the digestive organs and
promote vigorous health.
Arca's .LL.s have- beea known for
more than a quarter off a century, and have
obtained a world-wide- reputation for their
virtues. They comet diseased action in
the several asoimilativo organs of the
body, and are so composed that obstruc
tions within their range- can ravely with
stand or evade them. Net only do they
cure tho every-day compi ints fe every
body, but also formidable and dangerous
diseases that have baffled the best of
human skill. While they produce power
ful effects, they are, at the same time, the
safest and best phydic fbr children. By
their -aperient action tley gripe much less
than the common purgatives, and never
gre pain when the bowels are not inflamed.
They reach the vital: fountains of the blood.
and strengthen the system by fiesig is
from elia elements of weakness.
Adapted to all ages and conditions in
all climates, containing neither c.lonel
nor any deleterious doWthes Pills may
be taken with safety by anybody. Their
sugar-coating preserves them ever frerh.
and nakes them pleasant to take; while
being purely vegetable, no harm can arise
firo their use in any quantity.
Dr. J. C. AYER & COi, Lowell, Mass.,
SOLD rALL wa M ?xY L s
PURE Sweet Mash N. O. Corn
Whiskey for sale low for cash at
F. W. HADENCoaT's, Rear of Market.
FRESH GOODS !
--CONSISTING IN PART OF--.
2O BBIs. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
Wboles Cream Cheese,
I beos beat Italian Maccaroni,
3215blr..... r, all grades,
14 sacks Cef'ec--0 i, 4 beat
ED, bble. Cheai Family Flour.
MOGING AND TIES.
LAtW in bble., cans and buckets.
Baron,, Best.Sugar Cured flams..
Olsine bda' mIstt Proof Oats, Seedi
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Tracoe Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wieandi Cider Vinegar,
- Smoting Tobacc
Raisins,.Currants. and, Citrorr.
Fresh Canned~ Sahnen;. eaches. and;
Tomatoes, Mimed PioItbs Chew
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold eheap, Lor
nov 9 D. B FLENNIKEN
T[ HE celebrated Stone Mountain
i orn Whiskey (hand-made) may
be found at F. W. HABENIouT's.
TU8T Received--at the o14 qtand of TI'
R I. Rlobertuon--0,00 ppgnda Timeo.
thy and Olover Blay. (pVar Loadle
NORT H CAROLINA CORN.
All of which wili be sold ver cheap for
moh 22 mli:-D. Mo0ABLET.
OMedical use, try the celebra'
~ted Saratoga Rye Whiakey, at F.
SMITH'S 20RM OIL
TULLQW 8"$-3A~X QI
I t Is too soon to forget tI rnv 0o thIs
I tenible disease, which will to doubt
a more maU t 'gai nd virtleat form in tn r
months of I1IN.
MXHRELL'S IsIPATINE, remedy dees4
ered In Southern Nu4a an ysqd with su
wonderful results is South Aef'Ca whetOte
most aggravated eases of -ever at
causes from one to two ouneesl of biie0~
filtered or strained from the blood each titne It
passes through the liver, as long as an excess
of bile exists. By Its wonderful action on the
Liver and Stomach the lrrAtINS not only pre
vents to a certainty any kind of Fever and
Black VomIk but also cures Headache, Cqustl
patton of tup Bowels, Dyspephi "a all
No oe need tear Yellow Fevel wh0 fU
expel the Malarial Poison and excess of lie
from the blood by using MansSLL's HhrATINs
which is sold by all Druggists in ss cent and
$1.00 bottles, or will be sent by ex press by the
r . F. MERRELL & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dr. nemberton's Stillingia or Queen's
tW'Pho reports of wondrful cures of 1thetuna
tam, Scrfula, Salt litheum, ItyphIlls. Cancer.
t'icersandlSores. that come from all parts of
the country, are not only remarkable but se
miraculous as to be doubted was It not for the
abundance of proof.
Remarible Care of Sorofula, &c.
CASE OF COL. J. C. BRANSON.
Y.JNOsToN, GA., September15. 1871.
ONsis:-Pbr sixteen years I have been a great
suf6erer from- Scrofula In Its most distressing
forms. 1 have-been confined to my room andI
bed for fifteen years with scrofulous ulcera
tions. 'The most a oved remedies tot such
cases hu" been. ue and the most eminent
ghyaicians consulse without ,,ay decided
ppbe nt Thus prosatit ed, distressed, despond'
Ing, I was advisedmbg Dr. Ayer, of Flayd Coun
ty. Oa., to commenace-te useof your Compound
Extract Sillingla. langugeIs as insuffAcIent,
to describe the relief b otained from the use of
the Stillingia as it, is to convey an atequate
Idea of the intensity of my suffering before
using your medicine ; suficient to say I nban.
doned all other remedies and continued the use
of your Extract of StWi until .I can say
truly "I am cured of alt ," of all disease
with nothing to obstruct active pursuit of
my profession. More tbarerght moths hve,
el p since thtt re arJable cure, without
For the truth of the above-statemen, I refer
to any gentleman in Bartow County, Ga., and
to the membei a of the bar of Crokee Cilruit,
who are acquainted with t. 1 shall over
remain, with the deepest gratlude,
Your obedient servns,
J. C. BUANSMt% Mt'y. at Law.
WasT Povl, GA. *pt .1 tst .
Olawre:-xy daughtbr was ta1Cea,o* tLe 18th
day of June, 165 with what w to be
Acute Rheumati'm, and was trea for the
same with no success. 3D Murrlt. illowing
piees of bone tn o woek out e0 tie riIi
arm, and continued to appear t I ani ste bone
fromL the elbow to the shoulder join,came out.
Many Pieces of bone Came out ofr W foot and
leg, The case was then pronouend one of
White Swelling. After having biee conItned
about six years to her bed. and the ase. con
sidered hopeless, I was Induced to try ]st. Pem
bertona's ,ompound Extract of Stilnglat and,
was so well satistled with It effects that Dhave
continued the use of it until the present.
My dauliter was confined to her bed shout
six years bfore she sat up oreven our"s u
withbout help. She now sits up aln d, an*&
sews most of her ilme--has waed aserss tMe
roou. ler general health is now geed, amt It
believe she will, as har limbs gain stresgt
walk well. I attribute her recovery, with the.
blessing of God, to the use of your iava baIs
With gratitude, I am, yours truly.
W. B. BLAvTl4N ,.
Witr' Ponir~ (a., Sept. 1is 11i%
Gsxs :-The above certificate of Mr. V. *.
Blanton we know and certify to as being trne;.
The thing Is so; hundreds of the most reepects
ed citizens will certify to It. As much resenco
can be given as may be required.
CHAWFORD& ALKER, Dragglbbt
lION. U. D. WILLIAMS.
rW DR. PRMBERTON'S STILLINOIA is pus
pared by A. F. MEIRELL A CO., Phila., F'.
Sold by all Druggtats in $1.00 bottles, or sent
by express. Agents wanted to canvass every
Send for Book-"Curlot's Story"-tree to aD.
Medcines sent to poor people payable in instal
- TEE FRIEND OF ALLi
"I had no appetite; Holloway' il
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, "I send for another box, and keep them
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"I1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
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;. thing got well in a day."
"MIy nausea of a 'morning is now
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment
it cnred mec of noises in the head. I
it rubbed some of your Ointment behind
,- the ears. and the noise ha. left."
i."Send me two boxes; I want one for a
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Ie cents, but the medicine to me is worth a
5. "Send me five boxes of your Pills,"
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D. I have over '200 such testimonials as
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!3 heal externally alone, but penetrates
TO with the most searching effects to the
8 very rcnt of evil.
ro ROLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
a, Possessed of this remedy, every man
d may be own drotor. It may be- rubbed
I- Into the system, so as to reach any in.
x- torna~l complaint; by these means, cures
11 sores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
.d liver, spine or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
-. contracted or stiff joints, gout, rhouma.
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p and Cintment. Boxes at 95ecentf, 62 cents, and
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eThese springs are situated four miles
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- ombined are beneflcial to all diseases,
and never fail to ottre the Mdoet obstinate
eaoes, as many will testify. The 6baly.
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,and the prices are In veaeh of all--having
it Bejatg reued troue grounds, ten
it pin alley, n h aamuem atbd
d attractions flee ry visitors. M sc~ rup
n n foant ths * will inehistsmat
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