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SKAURDAY 1WORNIN(i, Augunt 1, 1871
- J1A AXJ.S AA*CmTEo DI. R
PAmol. .%s lost another race. 11
Catle il tlird Ahr the (toodwood Stake,
Ti-l: Ex111s1l'aliamenvit lAtely h1:1
a little un11plea'salititess over thIe -at-o
11in1-talls. The Loildon Te/cyr(lp/
in collilmeliting- thervonl, Say.s: -Thl
strangest teat ure in the hiistory of Eli
Cat-o'-Iitte-tails is (hat, 110 antiiuar
has beei ablo to tell wili precisjo
when the impleieit of torment. wa
invented, whIlence it cale, or, ii aot
(1gn importation, at what l>eriod j
was introduced ilito Engll"Iand.11
Tinm lI'iIvCAN calunpaign in Main
Is not flour isliig. Even ite Nt-N
York Timaes corrie.sponldenit adhili
that the party canniot obtain a1 mlajor
ty on the populir vote, aid in th
case a combiiation between the Dem
crats and Greeibackelrs will itake (1h
governor. Thie .itdical leaders ill,
all at sixes and sevenls. Sliermla
scored a thii f in his vaipaignl. ''l
Maine 1Radi l are stalwart, and ar
- inflected wvil't sofl-money theoriv:
Shermaniadh,ca(es hard-money, ant
was niot vinictive (nough about ith
South. The letion inl Alainle colm
off on tho sixth of September.
T, Nj.-.w%, Yolm. Ikp1ulilnns hol
their State Conlvenltionl at. Santloga o
thle thi rd of' Sept emlber. A 111111ber-4
taldidates ire out, am1olug ltihem (m
niell, orfile Conkl0ing'.. liepli Cans.-, Ill
Sloani of tle inti-Iting ttlionl. Som
think that Hmiitiltoll lish will be (1
ComlI promi1ise cundidiale. The Ilna
crats lave uLo sw ig iliio litte ye
Dorshliel. Wva." thw pr-oillittlli T401
many candidale, but lie made a spn-v
on flte F'omli- o ruly, ill which 1:
delivered some anti-t mcratic sent
mncilts, and ti"he "boy.' aro prep:-n1-11
to scalp hhti. C iverior lZolujicl:.c
also innitionled by Eli1 l'in w i (dvi
relloliitilajott. ('hlcL-o'. 'ul(t(
alsoli Ilrownillentlit h iae, Miun
depun.,. on New. Yorl. is hi-,fhl.
Going l3ack on Tilden.
The Nev ork ov i /w/d :w ines ! AI
T;iin for t n' i ti' h lOen am1*11
p [N,;riyp ;. N". Ilp h1i- pr l end li.a1 i:;pil
atioi!:2, a d ito blim E ll- s"!c
(4,ra1inevy P;u-k, as .Ietterson in hl
ht(er( diys w h a o, ..\lont.ic< l
iv till (i ;i1o Io/ck// .1r. Ti
dlen uty Ibe the l' inmv beicmi c E
thiroitt, b,utic nn :':ver n-m-zch ihe dtn'en
i(Sulf'. Thsis dothto.s Irnw, m114 .\li
Tilden wvill h::vc Io sons.,ole him:,w
with t.he sh:mvlow oI lxiS7. Still we s
little hitumitv i at loss lo!jv in H1
le'ev attacks (ad. on him bv Sonl
C1r11 n1ewAswi.rs. It was tnotious i
1.7( Elhat thic Soulit rlp alny t
bellioni'setiinc iImlaEtmiih1t have (es
i.st ed and wais clhiefly v~ isIi'nvitacli
seutrintg (lie i'mssag oflh Ela'lecEton
C1ommtissionl bill. ( lovernorc l:tami
htimself', if'we r'eiember' righit, put1 i
f'oot d1owni upon0 revocllic)imt'ry tall
it thec Soulth in 1 wa :in sEtumiente1
inl seItting thec adcopb to of thle 1 wneu
piol icy w.hich led Eto .Ilaiyes, it Im iaii
right now to anse Tihilen't for' not. liun
inig dlone the very thing ini which Ih~
South wouild not hiave. utphecld hia
]ladl the South clauiored tEr wanri
187(6, and1( beeni r'elusedt by Tlilen',
umight wvell ause haiini for want<
stamdina. it if Ti''ldcen only d uid (lie
whant thle South itundeily thougg
pr'operi; but let bygones he' bygones.
C'olor-blindn1aess hais Ibien madel Elh
subject. o)f a good deal1 of' cinsid ~'etio
in r'ecent year Is, an d a great man11
facts hiave beeni elicitd ofl ci Interest, tin
implorttnce'. .1 t hos beeni showni, t'o
ttintnce, that a far' grea rt tuttmher' c
per'sons sulle1r friomi this defIect iim
has been itgenaeraIlly supI posedl; itnd Eli
dIscovery hais ncaturatlly ex cited Elh
Hsuch io h itVn ralrboad atccidleni
hit(hierto unaiiccouitnted Efor, wvere due E
the inafbility of' empiloys toi dist Iingniis
(dangeor signal s. So st rongly havt
El )tn cof the Europeti n r'ailroiic (!omi
p. inies beeni itlnpressedi with Ihis vica
that they hiave eatised thIe eyes oft lhi
eml)oyos to be extuninedC( by e'xperbi
Somoi very irmarkalet resuIts followt
(ed. Tfhe exatminat in mtadeo hv Prc'
fussor W' ilson, of Elintbuirgh, shiowie
that 01ne person ini twenEvy. or lve pme
cenit.of those examinued, was eolc)t
blinid. Int SwitzerIland 171 ruilrioii
Otmployo~s out. of' 7,053 were (diselmirge
fw : Stlsae defIect of v'isioni; and1( o
the Paris & Lyopis lzailwayv tEn pe
cen't. wvere simnilarly' all'eced. ltIn i
canntry' Dr. IKcyserc, of the P'ennsyl
v.intia Meial School, examitned
lt'4'f immheici of' menOt 'emplioyed o
roads riunnaig into Pi'liadeilhia, an
4 . I~fuind that t hree andl a halfI per eenli
flnistook one color fort antothier, wIhi
It ~ ~eIght and at hati l)per cent. were iuabl
to distingutish dIll'eingi shades of' colot
Tfhe D etroi t .1reeC( Pre'ss holds tha1
those facts p)oinit to the tnecessity olf
(ctIrefI ulta'inaztiont of canidaltes fut
y'Pspousile poi)iolns on1 railroads
.tn\(~lii limo, nto doubt, such exaint
tlolt ir'.iI 1)0 ilnistedI (n bJy every well
manaigedt ('otinpanyI*.. iu te o is tni
Qthp.r,0as,f caises wvhere color-blin~d
210s maiy be p)rodut(Eive of qutite a1
sdrloits results on a small scale as
lfs onut ot~ 'tan be In railroad .disas
- A 24 .A poisonIng cnso, recenth
pOrts testinied to -1the presence o
hfyhti theit attlf i of' tiro do
'i:~ted, iPru'1c tJn6. he test isI8
~ ~ i li oWit s hi "color
~ tiiAAl.I~ eIt hosuspet td stub
au subicftvd to tlei action of biclirc
-mna:u of polagh or- other Oxydizin1)
:rn. Where'ver. dhe bichroma111t
titeJ's the acid Imlixturle 1.e latter,
I hero be any Siryciilill present, a
suies i blue tinit, willel plasses rapid
Iy through Violet, purple and Criu1so
and filly becomnes lighted. Theo iir
v poriutae o1lhavinlg an expert witnelW
in Such Cases,; free f'roini aniay suspicio
of*coflor-blidness (till be readlily i I
I precialed ; aInI(I yet .here is grav'e ret
son to dout whet'her all ot' the c.)
,port., who have sworni awiay thie livc
e t'accused IperSonls oi tlie streingt c
1! color-test have bevil Ifr-e f'roln thl
r le'ect. li tle fltuire it will be Iece,
1 Sarvy to have 'Ime1ors and ceenlists, 11
Swell is railroai i1eni, examninlol w%.i(
r-i'i-rince to their C.1pacity li6r disti
1 guishilg Colors.
(1EW. SCIIOI-TI ) ON IfAZINIU.
'h'e Slory of Othe 11' WCtcglt ollat(Ite-d
ClIita,I o1)11 ; M1ollraIl ZI oil U 1141 -r IU) I eIl l i l1 e.m
WiA%31 is Dhono No it "1l'41'h0" Who Coil
S W1i:s'r PtoiNT, J1uly 1 8.-Late aduvic<
v'roni Wa.lingtfol iniliounlce file e'
. u)IIsion ol'at least six endets f'or ha:
i nq, 4-n3 tihe reciinonildinlrg ol, Genecr:
S f.-h ](Ib. Ever ,4inec General Sh
fi vild took command of' this deparl.
IlInilnt, he( hast uied every eUli,r1. to pi.
a top 4) hazinlg. IIis first, IlloveN w:
I.) issue liln order alig illst i, ill whic
1he aid : "Fo Fthe comimra111ti1ively iI
elgn alal -4ron", to liaki. unfair It
v:it tag,"e of"Alhe inlexperivincud, to ilukra
anild anlimy Ihivi, is liln act iun1wor thy
civiliz(d i1n11:1, ind( 111ch mo10re ill
Ih-ominlg till (Illicer. tlnd a gentlnal
IN theoaerlmd, to securve juls1i
and3 '43 in-otectio to3 the' dl-IneI less is Il I
oflive oit '(le (nth 3 and (he brnvo. TI
hmnor ()I dhe cOr ps of,'vadvts Its well t
1hat of, 1he oflicer, (O')1 1the A advimy v 1.l
quir-, Ilhat the unikindl fronbnent
e di hal CMI 1 lill be. wholly (.rwdiva
h Vd.'' li w .i nille I lhe dli y of Vi
firsf-chtss :3andl c mi11nis:4.3ionevd ami Ilo
o(10 1 1-ii tu-d ollivi-rS to e that I
Mrder wans mhtflycridu.
L:.st. .\hay 11ini.-Col. hlh/nzelle wi
dh uiled hee 'rom 11hi OwIndianl countv
(o 11.k, 41 h1 1:1 I4 (01' Ie c et kl , wit
s pecia t.-riers 1o prvNtW hahig.
h 1mll 133 r w V go W iem P1e11rs oI' 1i
beg i p"11.1irt-v- i n ivt h Ilew coiner
:1114 have carrivdl if So the that Ilm 1i
r k-tl ;1: odi'd . i'r-wm W ILAhin-du
'. d ielit :.- h ire p wi .
tAn inwirvil-Nw. wifith -I 1nt ,11nberl of, 11
.. laut-1h Ihis inmrning'. lvII Ihe stor
the N g<l 11,-, co mitmiit'ed: In (1
11'.'1* (1,0k ot I' illitlds \rhe'rte t,he cltld;
r inl v:ilp i "he sillk.'' W h,e14.111vi
- ninbrsol' (he I-ihth (his.. wel
I herv, v l'l v thI 111 third class '4)11 ml)
1.1Te4-lbe.; wo-1r4 ilade in) stanl
: in.- 0 e woll anld Iny to clilinh i
un nerevoinlpoliedtito s'ing .--'
- eiia ing Ala niZionl.'' Th %,:It(
was sepalirlled oll Iheml Iihroll".1 g:
pipt's. I%4m o f1c (W hemivi wert. kilomke
4ow lhi l1*dI.v.,Sv1 alid ofIl her inidig1 1
i's wer.ev pilt 111upm (lthvi. A F I
Ii''hIs ag..o .i l' 4 Ihe plebws ori'
i/(1 411t rc.-tilvel o' lighi the r tol
iltterc l t hi ike " tn , andl( at rattiii n
. ".liht did (lviu ., illNv wh'ch Iof h11
(plebe4s rece S3ivd hhte eyes131, asdi onii.3e
l'oie f thin e leh :li. 0v 1 -idi'lent
Ic.nseinencei' ian clp fl in l cla
were hiit taidlerlui i arrest, 1n3in the'i
(f' 1131 W.' ) Stonii W3e, 1' \V. Allen,Lanil
iw last113l nan-3 eln toii. the~ ' l'ur
c 1lass,3 :lid'i t' till'31 ,u<ler frrest. ti
ret'uing'l: to ge 'te :s olt''it's 18uembe
Ilo' ie 3hirid engaged 8tin13 1he wor
1e.isI' (1 b livlt'bti in 'l 8 catny that( Alle
utal (ioion ' ii., aid been1o ex3pel'f<
navef t1 go,ii as1 h'is 13:3 a' icohl rese.14 ~
n 'Ci ',i cons l i1it.ee dis ravl'ul a3i non
1ninrs io' theg' lhin Ilass 'vihrIt
-i thir 10eas 1142 iietgg litiim<ji,brdn 3(1
I ienerl', chio tilhl's rdhas bnis
Iil i t 34 i-eling, 13 81 nal3 inn)3 e it the ('(31
ii' ver' 1 y (1li 13r lo ixsei.i I haiig.ne I
:re iol'the111( Il hird fei'3s 13eled to L(
('directed 1 3 131 ag it li. P.)8L f Italdin,'
Tentileto the itr ih. class, wh(oiluQ'S id e
.1 th ~'lii'1(ormat ''4ion to 114( th lle sila hoi
I ofj the1'S hinf ehs1s uIe( reoled to gs1i
,'31'eveti 8 w it im,d i t is reportI I l 'Ii
entil thise for1)ing3 st, he if s ltielh
1 e('d 311311 Ien hite lat i t , OC3lli' t (1
e he'lp, a(1 jiat live or4 1')Ix3zhg lndts wei
thPol liur enter',ed114 lie he wabs fun
with' ad ladeeief(f13 ieid ovelas ','ihr
1'un03t3 ropes3 la(id' beOsd (1(im,3 iident
IiIn(ving ben(the h.tenion l i~ assi
theni11 3arr1 lhiin(1 !3 his3l1 post. ''ii't~
r itUii301 Coon lierry"li iwas alledkupol
an ai, in isii~s,anc11 el hat h' co
ni bgeay w details unl( ial a1cti1
- was34 it'iin (31 sid, (2lui Gener
ScolleI.-id Itd ully defferr3nined to. 143bt'o
all haz.ling. tifirst,i' so1 lg(as 0t w
-onined38131 t( harndess .johls and R i'ntl
ngthe wit' s of he. new-Ifi'comeri~s
whenli tese w11ere added inosts antoi
- al grat13 to ut a sop t~ioa'. J'ie h
Pom.1 foer, ndther reutyhu A
P1Tol UCKY,oiY la1to lTNN.-Dul, l
* rinIv a n iI thude storm( 31as( Thursda
r kin his ho, mut'doetie fi 't l
- wh~ itch the enshiosI of thea buy wr
- ildalrce ttnintotebr
21M 0ADE2T8 IN 211 AD.VLE*
H3row the Hoye at Wveit Point aro Taught to
. A letter to the New York Times
- from .West Point, says: The drill ror
to-day was the "schoolof the soldier
m1ountedp" which took place in the great
riding hall. As tl,- title ind icates thedrill
is ai exhibition ..r iniv(i(dua skill in
S Ioirseanill1slip. It is said to be a great
aftvorite with the boys, butI le severity
oft railinlgr they have to undergo betoi'e
at mainig the degree of skill deelied
Iecessary for ai ofilcer is soieth1:ng
1they iever forget. The record of bro
S ken arm1i1s, strained wrists, dislocated
f sholl'Iders, t'ietillred legs, and days
V spelit inl the hospital by riason of flimbs
rubbde raw, affets th at that there
is no chihI's phi in tlle feaching of
s West Poilit. They donl't do things
ib here 11 fFil, alld little svliatly is
- wasted on (te iunf,orliun.ate 'volth viho
in his earl 06l1rts in ie saiI, d comes
to grief w%:ithu broken bone-. lIe is
more like,lyv to 'rel rvpriIn anded For his
awkvardiness thanl be coidoled withl.
Thwre wvas a -reat crowvd presenit ait. the
hall %when the drill begin, too large,
illed('d, to ftild 01,s in the galleries
of'* le place; so wheii these were full
of ldes, Ibe miore agiole imonig ithe
nu If le specl at -s led upon wiidow
sills an1l the like places, while other
cIw bv4sieged each of file 1,i1ur hi111-ge
11 doors of the bIillintg. This is the o1e
4(cainill oI wlich tlie observer inihit
be justitled in supposing ilt. t lie work
IoNN1-. ws a good deal lor. show, Ie
causeere it, is t hat tle exeit ed specta
s tors applaud every boy tha goes
bi thuroiiw;h well. Let. himi take everyv
heiad. "and lie is certain of c a he v
rotuil of, applaultse. 'The coiments of
hie l spectators are ofteni very auiinusing.
Wbenl t le bovs coiim'mniced'to tuse their
0i%olvers soiie one in I.e gallery anx
- ioisly inquired it* they, "real bul
-I,s" in thimi, and-sei4d ed 1M rat,her N
Sliev<d t hen assured that they (did not,
ndwero was co.se Ieitv io danger
0 of'aiiy st:i ylead tlidingr ft %way up
0 wardI. Wheii the order was giveli to
dismolil anid m11ount- at spemd the area
of the lii 1 was 11iistaitly scene fgal
loping horses, riders juinlping"..01', oth
VI's 111n11pngonl-sono d coNi inl the Ia
hari'i ; others clininigl- to the miiaiie and
C bridlo, desperately Struggling to get
asIride; horses re:iriig andl. p g,
< 1111d ''VTIrally a remialkably lively tin1i
lor all ; then the woiiien belg:ui to utter
liftle S'1evais, wlii increased to a
1-ilorilI shout whlen1 onle of the bors
V inking a spring For the horse's back
b (there weire no saddles) went clear
\ over a nd plouighled up the airk inl the
e iiddIle o' i rush of gallopiig horses,
0 to the ininiiiieint <langer of' h's brain.
- "'Why Ihis is Iuite daigerous!" ex
-chiti n11an ilidividual inl Ouie gIallery,
Siniign:1t at the idea of, the boys being
1111O to iun sili risks. Thle)1 good
V geni li1utii svIIIved to suppose that the
Sst'vices were iimerlv Vor show. It is
C needless to sav Ihat the bovs did vell -
t tli alwayl. do; hut, whil'e ione ftl
T bel,w a tmfain level, th.11elre are vast.
i ditU'rencees between then above that.
h-vel. Some of (he bovs take wonder
vfull well to (te work, and Ceel as
oniuc'h at lmntm cutting anld slashliig
1 about on ai balre-back( liorse as in a
i rockin iig-clair., vlile to others it. never
- becoei's Camsv. They (do the work, but
it is lui'd. 'il net uil Imoveients of
the dihill 0ith sabre 11nid pistol alre iew.
'hi soldier is startd Iroim le opilla
iy to in1ke tle circuit of the hall.
Plitiig his horse to a gallop, he be
gins by Ilriniig at, it head Ol ia post, re
' I 1 !ras his pistol to (he holster, draws his
e S sabrt antd , at. t'ull speed, maukes a
.1 thriust at aniot.hier head on a post, then
ai atonie 1.vig on the gr'ounid, then jumps
5 ai hiir<tie, andii ini11 jini ng, slashes a
,at a suspent'udi ng inig oin a level wvit.h his
Sowni head ; aiid hustly, inakes ia right
0 lirust at anuothe head on0( ai ftpost. To
hi go i brouighi t his p)erfIoiniance on ai hiorse
r' wit hout. a saddle, amit a big pair of'
spin1'5 (on 01ne's heels . is not an casav
-task, and1( it'any~ 0one thinuks it is lie had
I, be'tter' (ry if. in thie nearest idig
s,c50)0. The diltlerit,t (eits are, o1'
-. 'oni i5e', as5 aginiist ini imtry 01' enalray.
(I- cNw York' ime.'
A Qr1'.:s-rm N 01o UI Gurrrr'tm 1E.-Mt'.
a (hai'iehl, ini a r'ecenit speech, lainily
mmittisio'ed t hat Mr'. Hayes was as stai
0 w';art niow, as any bhody,' incluid iin' Zach
il (Chaniidler', and thait the change o>' base8,
it tor i'at.hiei', w,e wvoild say",, base change,
I- was br'oiught ablit. by the. ing'iatitudo
y of' Ithe Solih. Now, this is piii'e, un
0 adult eriat ed bosh. We do ntot. say thait
e th le SouthI was not uunder' obli'gat.ion
a toP Air. I hiyes, more as a sentiiment than
n aniythling else, for' simpuly doing- his
dldut y, keeping his wo'd, sticking o his
-t bar; a' i a:id.accepting a sittuationi that
s ( lanit. hiiiuselt' could( not have declined
1.ilubmissioni Ii. lut Mr'. 1 hives should
n r'eiitmiie'i I hnit flue vaist debtf of' grait I
- 1ude is ou his side, as the ow ing" partv(.
e W ho was It that. brioke up the flilius
r terinig oif' Conigress anid allowed Mr'.
e 1laves pealcef'ully to take the .seat Mr.
ni Tli en had beeni elected to? It was
Ilie SouthI, Ithrough hei' CJongr'essimen,
e mauiy of' wh'om wer'e ex-Conf'edlerate
y Geniei'als. Mr'. (Garfleld and ot.her' Re
l- puiblicanii orators may f'oolishly seck to
Il give but one suide oti hstoi'y ot'ingr'ati
tiude, but1 it is aL valin endeauvor'.Th
, plOle k now it well andtio uniders5tand1 it
ci funlly. Th'laf Mr..llayoes Is .Pr'esidenit at
a all, anid without civil war, he owes to)
I (lie pat riot imt oif' flue South, anud he will
p not, be aillowed to t'or'get it eit.her.
V 'ER. C. C. & A. R1A1f,eoan.
. With Iithis casoC most oif 011u'eaders' are
faimi liair. Mi'. .Johnu (. Steele, of
t.j I.ock I fill, reeivedl seious1 itnjui'y fto
.1 his leg by the terrible acci'lot at
a Fishing Cr'eek in Novemibei', 1877. 1ie
t. brought suit. againist thie RaIlroad Comn
a pauv' for $1.5,000 dIamaites, anid at Sep,
j' tenilb)er tei'rm, 1878, Jiafgo Aldrich pre'
.sIimjr, obftined a1 verdilct of' $10 000.
s The flhiilroad Comipainy a ppeale to
't thme Siupremtie Co)urt, which triiiunall
r suistinedl the verd'(ict,of' the jury in the
e Court below. I)efendant thlen made
a motion biefor'e Judge Mackey, at
chiamber's, oni te 3rd of last May, for
a new trIal, and1( an ord'oer staylng all
a >r)loceedmi gs up1onl the judgument, pondic
I ig the iconsider'atiotn of' the miotion.
*Judgo Mackey has just retidered hIB
,decision In the case, or'der'ing, "That
:i all pr1oceed(inigs in the Jiudgnmnt horc'in
. aind the same are her'ehy stayed andi
ci ejoinmed, petnding thie determ,ination
a of a miot.ionu ti'r a nowv Irm'al, to be made
,)on behalf of the defenudants hierein at
Sthme next enisuling terju of' the Court of
c Cotmmonu Pleas of (lie county of York."
- -York'villc Enhqui're'.
'WhAT 1s Ttis MATTEn?-Whyl) so
. pale, so lantgutld? Ar'e you sick? 'Ev'I
donhtly, y'our lliver is not doing its duty.
You canntot live in comfbrt. or penoco
-until you are relieved, Go0 to the
near'est drug store and buy a box of
Dr1. GIlder's Liver P'Ills. Afew dloses
will restore v'on to per'fect health, and
gIve a rosy, tlnut to your' check. For
sale by Dr. W. E. AIkea~. te10'
'uBE 4RMY AI'PPOINTM IE.1V'S.
Shotches of the GOntleme Desigsmted fi
The Washin -toii correspondent 4
the savanina I re'1wY says: "In the Ii:
of designations to-day imado for l
pearance before examination boart
for appolitillent inl the army as secon
lieutenants A-om civil lifo, are tij
.fllowinp names from the Sout i
George W. Crawford, Alabama- R<
bert J. C. Irviie, Georgia; Tho1m
M. Dei'rees, West Virginia; Leighto
Finley, South Carolina; W. I
I lugies, Tennessee; L. 11. Strothel
West Virginlial, an<d C. M. Chultrchil
Keitucky. Geoege IV. Crawford,
Aiabama, was appointed to Wei
Point oni the reconmmendation of a R4
publican member of coltress. 11
staid thero 1ur years and passed ever
examiination but one, fliling in a si
'do stridN on his fiial examination ft
ralduai. SecretirN McCrar hat
lie saps, deteunined s6me time ligo t
appoli.t young Crawford to the arm
lroI ciil life should the Opportunlit
allbrd. Robert, J. U. Irvine, of' eo
gin, is the son of a Presbyterian JiMi
ter in Augusta. Secretiary McCrr
said to-day that ''le is a bright, small
had, anild will do well. Mr. -Stephemi
ot' Georgia, recommended himt to th
Presient anid myself." Thomas iN
Defrees is put dowt as from We
Iirgima. lie properly hails froi
aindiana, being the son of Publi
Printer Dtefrees, who is ofilcially froi
the latter State. Det'rees, howevel
used to live in West V"irginia, and hil
son Thomas was born there. Leigi
fon Finley, of South Carolina, is
iiephwe of General M. C. Butlei
Senator from that State. His appoin1
melt was a rathler curious one. 11
came here without any recommendt
tion from his uncle. After waitin
three days in the ante-roomi at t1
W%'hite louse, lie got an opportunlit
of hW,ilig Mr. Haye,. 110 stated Ij
case so franklyi aitid openilv, and with
buISinleS air abOut him that Wa's abst.
juely refreshing. 1[ayes becaie im
(erested inl the voungster. It was
Case of love at. hirst sight. H1e finall
referred him to McCrary. Finle
w-ent to Alecrary with 'he same ('c t
businless. Iis beirinig also captivIt.e
thit oticial. The result vas that h
received one of the designation
aluong . thousand applicals. W. .
jitighes, of Tentnessec, was recon
mended by the legal Republicans c
that State, and is, of course, a Mi
pIlicain. L. 11. Strother, of We.
Virginia, Is also of iepublican faitt
lie is the son) of thu well know
''Porte Crayon." C. 11. Churchill, c
Kentucky, was recommended b
Jutice Harlan, of the Supreme Couri
and ex-Attorney General Speed. II
is of i lRepublicanl flmlily. It wil
thus be seen that but two Democrat
froim the South are in the list-Finile
and Leighton. Among fhlse olutsidt
of the South' is Wim. English. Il
presented a letter from Grant, statin
that. while President he intended t
tippoint Ehwlish to the army. Thi
wis coisiTrcd i sufficient recoim
Ileidaltiol aid English wIS dcig nal
ed to appear for- examination. J.1 A
P. Partello, another appointee amion
the twenty-1ive, is a mkotber of th,
Columbia Long itange Rillo Assocu
tion, of t1his city, ant has made ti
best score on record as a marksmai
For this rason lie is among the favol
A IYA'1W' GOLDEN RULE.
The Uiuin iton HIawkey,'M Advice to
Rlemenmbel- thant the world is olde
than you ar'e, by several years; thmn
for thousands of' year's it has been s,
full of' snntter and bet ter' vouing mec
than yourself' that their fee't stuck ou
of'.the dor'mer windows; that who
thmey died the~ old globe went whirlin
on, andt not one mani in ten million
wenmt to the funer'al, or' even hear'dc
the de'ath. lDe as smrart as you can,c
cour'se. Knowv as much as you Cal
withbout blowing the panckinlg outc
your' cylinder-heads ; shed the lightc
y'our wisdomn abr'oad in the wor'ld, bt
don't dazizle people with It. And don
imagine a flung is too simple becaue
you sajy it i. Don't bie too sorryv f
vour t' her because he knows so iuc
less than you do. TIhe wor'ld has grreu
need of' young men,- but no greate
ned t.hani thle young men have of'i
Your clothes fit you better' than you
fiat her's t him; they cost money,'t.he
ar'e maoro stylish ; your nmustache
neater, the cut of veour hair is bettei
anid you ar'e pre'ttior, olh, fari pre'ttic
than ''pa." But, young mani, the~ ol
gentleman gets thie biggest salary, an
is homely, scrambling signature o
the business end 01' a check will drai
mnore money out of the bank in fiv
minu ites than. you could get out with
r'eamt of,paper and ai copper-plate si'
nature ii six months. Young mec
arie uisefutl, and they aire ornamnenta
aind we all love themi, and we couldn
enigineter a picnmic suceoussfumlly wit hot
thmem. But they ar'e noe ntovlties. 01
no, nothing of the kind. They hav
been horme before.. Don't be so mnodei
as (.0 shunt your'self clear' out ; but don
be so fresh, you will have to be pu
away in the cool to keep fn'omsp5loliln
D)on't be anlaid that your mer'it wi]
not be discovered. 'Peop)le all ovemr th
wor'ld are hunting for' you, and if yo
are wor'th iding, they wvill find yet
A diambond1 isn't so easily found as
quat'pebble, but people search for
all the mnore ini$ontly.
-Freeman, the Pocasset Qlass.) A<l
vecntist, who mur'daired his lhttle dautrl:
ter' unmder a fainatical delusion the
God would restore her to life, and wvh
is still in jail at Barnstable, refuses t
take any legal advice, and says, shoul
the State fur'nish him counsel, hie wv)
niot permit him to smooth over' tht
fhcts to'make a good defense. Hie con
timumes to assume that ho was."justiflca
by God" in slaughtterilng his child
lls wife, Wihmo shortly after her arrOe
seemed to see the omtormity of thm
deed, has again iulloni under01 the oli
delusion, anid' thiniks her hmusbanid dl,
oerfectly right in sacrificinig time childk
T hey both talk rationally uponi ever
YOnK DEtOORATIC COMHT'R.-Il
consequemce of tihe resignation of lRep
r'esentative Greeni, rondQring nocessai'
thme electiomn of ise successor before th<
assembling of~ theo no,xt Legishature
Hon. L. 1. WItherol)onm,-Chairmanm o
thme County .Democra'ttio. Executive
Committee, ises a nQIo in the JRn
quirer' requostinmg a mneetinig of the
comripitteo to take action i- -the mat
ter. The objeoct of thme .mee.ing is t<
mako the noeossary wrongegmento, foi
the. election of delegatedic~1 alling
county convention in puruance of thi
constitution of the, pare ,0 nominmat<
a.canislidate to..04 yJ te vacaney.
1 A TORPID LIVER
Is the fruitful sonrce pf nan discasee, proml.
nent among whic are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-IIEADACIIE, COSTIVENESS,
, DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER,
f JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
it PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
y TORPID LIVER.
Loss of Apotite and Nausea, the bowels
are costivo, but sometimes aitornate with
loosenoss Pain in the ead, aoonpanied
witlh a Du ilionsation in the back-pa%-r-1,Fa-m-n
in the Vight~sido and under tho~shiulider
V lade f\Hnsasifter eating, with^i,dtsin
ounatioilto~exrtion of body orni~d, Irri
tability~of temper, Low spirit,~Loso
S n~omory, with a feelFlngof i-viing no~gleo~tid
't hoiid duty, General weariness; Dirainess,
, Fluttering at the ieart. Dots before the
C eyes, Yellow Skin, -Headaoho~ge-r-aliy
. over tie right oye, _Restlesiness at night
t. with fitful dreannis, highly"ooloired Urine.
11 IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
e SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
a TUTT'S PILLS
oare specially adapted to such
a cases, a single dose effects
such a change of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer.
I- TUTT'S PILLS
are compouns'il ftont snbstances thmat nre
ree fron any properties that can I nure
the nest delicate organiantion. 'hey
Search, Cleanse, Puri'y, anti Invigorate
the entire System. By relieving ih ena
gorged Liver, they cleane the blood
e frons polesonous hutmors, and thus Impart
health and vitality to the body, causing
the bowels to act naturally, without
which ue one can t'9ol well.
y A Noted Divine says:
Dr. TUTT -Dear Sir For ten years I have been
0 a tinrtyr to DyspepRla, (3onstitation and Pilem. Last
i .rin your Villswesre re innoeudtonie, I used
t o with itte I an, now a well man,
0 hlnelood appotite,digeation rfet egr stools
pio icone. a d Lhvgierity Qu=ssid6',01ab.
S 'hey are worth their weight in Wis.
Rrv. It. b. 8sPSON. I0ouville, KY.
Their first effect is to Increase Imls Appetite,
and cause C.e body to Take on Flemis, thus the
ssten is nourinhedl, and by their Tonio Ac.
Ion on the Doxestive orgaus, Regular
It Ntoulv are produced.
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD, %
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
't oew disses. exoit that cannot le relieved by sw
hstiring the Iver to Ita normal functions and for
hasup nroed hns ev been inoei d that
8 SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
y Office 35 llMrray Street, Now York.
o W- Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable Infor
Illation and Usoful 1jeceipts " will be mailedfre
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
RAT HAMR On Wimmyss chanted to a QG,oev
pLAC Py a sing l appiluation of II,y It td.
partA a Natural Color, autR Inslantanoously, and is
as Harmless as o1wing water. sold by Druggists, or
r iont by expoross on rcelit, of si.
a OffOo, 35 Murray St., New YoPk.
S] INE CognacBrandy, also Liquors ant
i. ies of all kindb, to be had1(l at tjh<
rPArMNLTTO 10IJ11. I Maiko my 2 cmntt
Cigars at specialty. Call and try them.
1E it enacted and ordlAined biy tih
Intendtant andl Wardens o' the
town of Winnsb)oro, M. C., in Council miet:
Thait, for LIhe0.plurptoso of ritisinig sup).
r plies for the yeara cmmenoinag April 1,
t. 1879, and ending April 1, 1t880. a tax for'
1) the sums arnul int the maanner hereinaftr
ti mentioned slIall h,o raised and paid into
*t the treasury of the satid townt, for the use
u and service theoreof, that is to say: twvo
oand one-half mills ad ralorem uipon every
dlollaor of the vaOlue of all the real1 and per
sona proertywithin the corporate limits
'of the town of Winnsboro; two dollars to
tbe paid by every made inhlabitant between
4. the ages of sixtecn anad fifty-fivo yr.ars, ini
1lieu of working upon tho streets of said
ft town; and three per cnt. upon01 the
at amount of sales at auction.
't 2. All taxes assessed and payable n
e deor this shall be paid in theo followin
r. kinds of funds and no other: Gold and
isilver coin, UJnitedl States currency antd
national bankc notes,
3. All taxes assessed hecrein shall be
rdue and p)ayable between the 1st (lay of
-,October andI the 30th dlay of November,
.r |1879, inclusive, and all taxes remnaining~
y due and unpaiel on~ i,h 1st day of Deem-n
s | er, 1879, saall be collected by dlistresa
,ior otherwise, as now prescribed by law,
r together wvith atli legal costs.
4. All pe,rsotns owning property in the
corporat. limits of the snaid towvn of
Wmnsho ro are re4uired, between tha 1thl
dlaty of June and the 1st day of August,
18'70, inclusivo, to make sworn rotutn of
I said p)roperty for taxation to tho towan
a clerik, and theo said town olerkc is hereb3
required, whten p)roperry-hld~(ers fail te
n refuse to make saidl sworn return, tE
I, add fifty per centuam to the return of the
'L previous tmuniciptal yeaor.
t Dana in Council, this thirty-first clay
of May. A. D. 1879, under the corporate
o setal of the said Town Counaoil.
S (SzAL.) JAS. A. lUCE,
E. S. CHANDLEn,
ES Lager Beer, atPrALMnTro Housn,
o ~L)Fresh Lemonade always on hand, for
ui sale at PALMF.TTO lloUSE.
t BE IT ENACTED and ordained 1y the
Twn Council of WinnsbQeo. 8. 0.,
in Concil met, and by thte au'thority of
theo same, that it shall not b6 lawful for
-any dog, not accompanied by its owner,
t streets of the towa wvithout being mnuz
0 zlod no as to effectually p)rovent it from
o biting any parson or animal, between the
31 first daty of July.and the first day of Oc
ll tober of eachl year;ancd any dog violax.ing
o thin provision shtall bo taken up and im
pounded by the polioe for twenty-four
2. And be it further enacted and or
.daimod, that the owvner, if known, shall
tbe infor-mod of said impounding; and any
domybe reclaimed by its Owner upon
ttertaymnent of one dollar.
13. If any dog be not reclaimed within the
twenty-four hours it shall be killed by
Done in Concil this 8slt do. of July
A. D. 1878, under the corpora e meal of
the said Town Gonoll.
S (Seal.) 'JA8. A. B3RW10,
- Attest: Intendant,
W. N. CKANDLItn,
F Tyou want a good Claret Punoh, call
- Lat the PALMETTO Hlousa, under the
y Winnsboro Hotel.
PURfE WRIIE OIL.e
--150 DEGREE8S FIRE TE8T.
E.recommiend , the VB$ST4L
OiL as a safe.illumisator. It is
a clear and. wit.as, iatr endu~l
glitos A briJhno light1 wit ver ~ lite
odor. Try IT.T he 4 al s,ta
i 0 orSaIlo i
YELLOW FEVEn.-BLAOK VOMIT
It Is too soon to forgel the ravages of t1iS
tPrtIble dimse aso, wih.0i will no dtitbi return inl
a inore nillligianit and vi1t:1l0nt formi Il the fall
11nOnth1A of 1S713.
AiEitHELI.'S 11PATIN11, a remedy discov
cred in Southern Nubia 'mil tsed with.i stich
wonderful restilts In South America where t.he
Ilost, aggravated cases of fever are found,
cattIsms from one to two ounces of bile to )o
filtered or strained from the blood eielt. time it,
passs through tile liver, as long ats anl exesS
of bile exists. By its woniderflit action on the
LivUr iad 8tomach0 the ItI ATrUNP not only pre
vents to a certainty any kind of Fever and
Black Vomit, but. also cures llen(tacho,. Const I
pation 01 the Bowels, Dyspaepsia anti all
No one iieel fear Yellow Fever who 'il
exlii the itlarlail'Polson and excess of bie
fron the bIoot by using Alguini.,'s i IPATI,
wilich Is-sold by ill DliggLsts in 23 cent ani
$1.Il0 bottles, orl will be sent by ex press by the
A. V. 3i ERIitELiL & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dr. Pemllbertoll's Stilliliglit Or Queenl'8
Ca'"Thle replorts or wVonditlettros of lilieutna
t isn, scrofila, Sait ithemun, syiphill Uan-er,
Ult'ers alil Sores. that. colne from allIrts of
the (outtry, are not only r* nau1 kaie but so
Iniraiilous a to be doubled was It not for (lie
ablindance or proof.
Remarkable Cure of Scrofula, &o.
CASE OF COL. J. C. BItANSON.
KINGsToN, OA., Septeinbe' 15, IS7I.
Ul'Ns'8:-For six i(CCU years I ltave been a gra' t
sulferer from Scrofula lit its iliost, distressing
forms. I have bon contilled to t.y room atit
bI- for lifteen yearas Wit i scrotlilotls tleera
tions. '11it most IIplIrov(-i iiti' fot sitchI
cases hail beenl Isel, IaI( the iost C-n1nelit,
ph.slcl alts constiltci, withott, ainy 'de ieai
1101,. 'itis prostated, dist.ed, desilaoid
Ing, I was aivi:ed by Dr. Ayer, of Floyd 'oun
ty. Ga., to coin mna'iene( i te lise of your Conpound
Extrac St lilligla. Lia1i jItage is ais Insifileent,
to dt-sc-ibIe Ihle. rt-lief I o Ai ain'd fron tile kise ot
the stillingat as it is to convey ai 1(letiate
idela ofli1' intellsity of mny suffvring before
tising yOur mIled icle stilliteniat, to say. I al,-i.
(loiled all other redinees am coiin 1 e1111 Ilie 11u
ofr our Extratct of Stillingia, tantil I ealn s:ay
trily "I 111an euared of all lin," afr till IisVHanse.
with i nothing to obstruct, tl ale tive puirstilt of
tny ll'irfesieat. Miore than eight m6ntais liave
elapsed shane this reinarkablo cure, without
tilly return of the(11 disase.
For the tritt.1h of the above statemont.. I reerft
to any gent1lean in iartow Coimly, On., and
to the auembe 8 of t.ae bar of Uhea*okee "Iretill,
who are acquainteil with IInc. I shall ever
renalin, wit it Ii (leeliest, grat it 11(e,
Your obeit-dint, srvait.
J. C. BltANSON, Att'y. at Law.
A IRACLE. a
WEST POINT, O A., S(pt. 16 IS70.
G PNs:-M,y <a til liter was ta keti otile 2 Ith i
(liay of jIme. 191,03. wit It whlat % was slipposd io ht'
Acute ltlitatism1, .intd Wa.. .--Lted for (1hV
same witi no in:css. In atala, fAl lowiig,
l1eceso ,01v tegal to work oult, of thI aight
all-an, aia i ot-Itiled to lippear till all tIhe bonae
froit. Ile elbow i.o til sha ildller jollit, cailne oa t.
Mlany Ileces of bone caame ott. of riglt ift antil
leg. he case was ilin prolotln'ed mne of
M liite Sweliling. After having beep coinllaed
abollt, six years to her bed. and the else -on l
sidel I'd hopeless, I was indii(ed to I ry Dr. Pemla
be t on1s's Collmil lid Ext rilva. of St tililgla. ill(]
Was so well sat isIlei Wit t its cietti.thatl I lave ]
continue4i tile lse of it anIl Ithe iltesell.
31y dauighter was COniiIIIV to III-r. bed abotit
six years Defore she sat, tIp or even I uarned over]
withoutit ]ell). She now sits i) all day. fiand
sews most of her tine-hms willkoet across tite
room. iler genajrttl lietail 1is 1ow goodi, ant I
believeshe will, as 1101 IInbI)s gaili strength
wailk vell. I iatt,riblte her recover.y, Wi i ti le
blessing or God, to tihe ulse of your luvaluabo
With grat-itude, I ain, yours trualy,
W. 11. BLANTON.
WFST POINT, 01n1., Sej)t. 10, 1870.
GENTS *-The above Cert,illcate of ir. W. 13.
111laton wO know and cortify to as being true.
The thing Is so ; hIIndreds of I ha Inosi, espct
ed CIt I'%1.14 will certify to it. As uitich reference
can be givlen as may be reqlired.
youis tril 1y,
CRA W l"O It'1) k. W%AIKE R, Druggists.
lON. It. D. WILL,.IA MS.
CPr' DR. PEM.1lTEUTON'S STILLINOLA is pro
paired I A F. 31-: 1lEl-l. & cO.. lhia.. Pa.
Sold by al1 lits la . I-. U 1'r a'
1 expres.s. Ag !]nts wallted to Canvass every
Send for Iook--"rlovs Stor.--free to all.
3edielues sent to poor people paible in Instal- c
THEiE VRIEND OF ALL !
"I had no appetit-e; Holloway's Pills I
vo mel a hear)ty one."
"'Your Pills are marvelous."
"'I senid for another box, and keep them I
.in the houso."
"Dri. IIllway has cured my hecadache
that wias chronic.
'-1gavo one0 of y our Pills to amy blabo I
for cholera mtorbus. Tite dear' little I
thaing got wveil in a day."
"Mly nausea cif a morning isi now
"'Your box of llollowaty's Ointment
cured mnc of noises in the hecad. I
rubbed some of your Ointment behind
the cars and the naois'o haas left."
"Send mfO twvo boxes; I wvant one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your plrice is 25
cents, but tihe medicine to me is wortha a
''Send moe fivo boxes of your Pills,"
"Let me1 have three 'boxes of your
Pills by return mail, f'or chills aind
I htaYe over 200 sneCh testimonials asa
these, but wuat of spaice compels me to
Fon CUTANEOUS DISOnDERS,
And all eruptions of t.ha skin, this Oint
maent is mtost inIvalulable. It dloes naot, a
heal externally 141on1e, bult pnaetraates ~I
wvoh the miost Etaarchaing offl'cts to the:
very rcot of ovil.
iROLLOWJFA Y'S OINTMENT."~
Possessed of this remedy, every mon
may lbe own doctor. It nuily be ruibbed
into the system,a so as to reach any in -
ternal compthlaint; by theso meanis, curesn
soares 01' ileer-s in the thrioat stoamach, 1
liver, spine or other:~ patlis. It is an1 in
fallible remedy for band legs, bad breasts,
contraetod or stiff joints, gout, rhoeuma
tism. anal all skin diseasos.
lIMPontTANT(!.AUT1ONNOnao are gentuino un
less ti-eosignat.ur'dof J. IlAvploeg. met agent, for]
t.h .Unlfiti Stotes surr'Iounlds each box of Pills
and Oicntment. 'Boxes at, 25 ent,r, 82 cents, tand
Sw" Thero is considcrable saving by taking
the larger sizes. JIOLLO WAY & CO.,
feb i5-1y New York.
A PI"NY SA'VED)
IS A PENNY GAINED.
Youi can save money by calling at the
Grooory 8tore of.W' HI.DON'LY..
Just op)ened a nice' lot of Sugar Cured
Canlvassod Hlame at prices to suit
the thae times. Also a select stock Coffees
and Saigare. Arbuoklec's Ungroun d Roast
ed Coffeo a specialty. All the favorite
brands of Auguseta Fl our, Bolted Meat and
Pearl Grits. Canned Goods of all de
scriptions, Ohewing and Smioking Tobae.
co, t igars from the highiest to. the cheap
est brands, Boots and Slhoes at lowv
figures. Ladies' fine cloth Gaiters, all
sizes, lower 'than the lowest, Choice
WVines and Li quoirs, Porter, Bleer and Ale.
Fresh iprarklin g Older, Older Vinegar,
aend Lemons Give mec a call. I will
not be tindersold, W. 11, DONLY.
0O^* *Co*'Frenh Brad,
ger Brandy Blackber'y .Brandy 1Peach t
and A ple Britndy, N. E., Rum, e
Neobbxler,ure Juice Portl Wino, P
Mawb a Wino, -Cherry. Brandy,
Dom~estic Gibs. The eryr 'bed ~
.L ackwell's oelebrtteda ~i~1i
aeae he ', at a'W4 U*t
NionT, ear Tow1adiL 1.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
Yor all the purposes of a Family Physio,
and for ouring Oostivonoss, Jaundice,
Jndlgosolion, Foul Stomaght Breath,
Bruptions and Skin Disoasos, Bil
iousness, Dropsy, Tumors.Worms,
.Nouralgia, as a Dinner Pill,
for Purifying the Blood,
Are the -most er.
--,6 fective and conge.
nial purgative ever
are mild, but ei'
fectual in their
the bowels surely
and without pain,
in their operation,
they are still the
most thorough and
Lie medicine that can be employel; cleans
ig the stomach and bowels, and even the
lood. In small doses of one pill a day,
they stimulate the digestive organs and
L)romote vigorous health.
AYER's eijj.s have been known for
w-e than a quarter of a century, and have
>;act a world-wide reputation for their
Virtues. They correct diseased action in
he several assimilative organs of the
ody, and are so composed that obstruc
ions within their range can rarely with
;tand or evade them. Not only do they
,tre the every-day complaints of every
)ody, but also formidable and dangerous
liseases that have bailled the best of
iunan skill. While they produce power
hl.Cl'Cts, they are, at the same tilne, the
;afest and best ply ie for children. By
heir aerient action they gripe much less
han the common puntrgatives, and never
ive pain when the bowels are not inflained.
L'hy reach the vital fountains of the blood,
nd strengthen the system by freeing it
i-om the elements of weakness.
Adapted to all ages and conditions in
il climates, containing neilber calonel
ior any deleterious drug, these Pills may
>e taken with safety by anybody. 'Their
ugar-coating preserves themi ever fresh,
nd makes them pleasant to take; while
>eing purely vegetable, no harm can arise
rom their use in any quantity.
)r. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,,
Practicu and Analytteal Clemlislltr.
OLD BY ALL D1UG1TS EVEltYWjERE,
1H the colelrcd 1~ t.t Mthews
18C8 Old Cabinet Ilye, ('all at F
W. HADENICHT'S, Rear of Market
"OW IS TIlE OPPORTUNITY !
AVAIL YOURSELF OF IT I
Preservo your books, periodicals,
Lowspapers and music.
State, vounty and railroad olicers, and
mginessi mcen generally, suppiied with
ulank bto!':s mado to any yattern.
All families havo old books, periodi
als, niewIaipers. mnsi, &c., which they
losira to transmit to their posterity. Then
HAVE THEM REBOUND 1
Chlich will preserve thpm and wifl make
Lbom look almost as well as new.
Old hooks, &o., sbould not only b)0
-ebounid, bu t the current literature of the
>t esent dlay shiouldl he put in a durable
Orm for preser1vatio,n as wellI.
This can he done in the shortest pos
ible time, with the best material, in the
nost handsome anid durabhle style, and at
* rico which cannot be dui ilicatedl any
r'here, by - E. R. TOKICS,
Rationer, Rookbindor andt Blaunk Book
Iflautac'turr'( No. 155 Main street,
ft& Send in your orders at once,
'" ''''lYth bsttw ad a al'"cent
eigar, at .F. W. HABENICHT'S, Ilotar
f Market Hail.
'ATTlERSON'S oErLEBnATED SPRINGS.
These springs are situated four milea
oath of Shelby and six miles north of
Vhitaker's, on the Air-Line RI. 1R. The
unneral waters are sulphur and chaly..
cate. The properties of the sulphgr are
ro, sulphur and magnesia. Properties
omibmned are benoticial to all diseases
nd never fail to euro the most, obstinate
anes, as many wvill testify. The chaly
catec waters cannot h>o surpas.sed, having
vroughmt many alnost miraculous eu-os.
Thteso celebrated Spring's are nowv open
nd the p)rices tire in reach of' all-havmng
>ecn greatly reduced this seaison.
.Bathing houses, croquet grounds, ten
>tn alloy, and other amusements and
ttractions free for visitors. Hacks run
anng from this place wvill meet visitors at
hoilby or at WVhitaker's, on the Air-Lino
..R. upon short notice to the Proprietor.
RATES 01F BOARD.
oer day - -- - - - $12
er week - - . . , gfJ
~or month - - - - - 20.00
or month for? or more months, .18.0()
Children and servants half price.
For further pai-tioula, address
W. 0. PATTE~RSON, Prp'r.
m ay 17-tx3mo Shelby, N. 0
sMITHl'S WORM OIL
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assede worms mrr 4 ton
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