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THE NEWS AND HERALD,
WINNSBORO, .. C.
TUESDAY August 19, ; 1f
1. M7 ANS 114 VfS, EmIron.
JNQ. S. ItElXNOLDS. A"ssOATI DITC
QUEEN VicrollIA has prorogued I
IT IS SAID that Germany and Aist
are preparing for a further disim
borment of Turkey.
SINCE Gov. Sru.mUE chised I
out of the house with a double-barel
breech loader, Conkling is said to
. 11ore opposed to the shot-gunt pol
Tin; REGULA Wing Of the Doi
cratic pLrty ill assachusetts
positively reiised to give any co
tenance or support, to Butler or
NOTHING DAUNTEn by (lie expi
eee of their brethren in Georgia, t
Mormon preachers are working
North Carolina. They are wise enor
not to mention polygai.
Mas~5. N~.Ju fi nANr SAinrTysi, G
Grant's daughter, died suddeily
England a flew (lays ago. She is s
to have been a very lovable lady. 'I
tidings of her delath will sndden
latter part of her fit her's voys
round the world, which has hilie
been an uninterrupted succession
ovations and junketings.
SENATOR TnitiLMAN, bing it
viewed by a New York Tribune
porter In that city, Wednieslca,
pressed entire confidence in a Dei
cratic victory in Ohio in October ie
He says General Ewing will poll I
fill strengti of tihe pary, irrespeet
of the divisions inl the partyp oil fiml
cial questions. lie is confident it 1
be a square fight on the part of I
Deimocrats, without any weakeni
dissensions In the party. Senal
Thurman will pnticipate in the ca
paign oii his return. This sets at r
the story that he expressed hiis
aggrieved by Ewing and his frien
nd would therefore (1o nothing to i
BnooxLYN aS 1s had a political s
ention. She lins a Democratic may
Howell, but the Rlepublicans have
majority in the board of ahlermen,
consequence of which a deadlock I
existed some weeks in the appol,
ments to several fat ofilces. Taki
advantage of Mayor Howuel's illo
the acting mayor, a Republican, nm
Ray, ittemlpted to make Ilepiblie
nominations and have thei coifirmit
Three Republican aldermen, howev<
voted with the Democrats and nma
a tie. Then a scene ofgreat confusi
occurred. Ray ordered the sergen
at-arms to arres0 a Democratie aid
man for alleged contempt, but t
latter shook his list inl the sergeani
face, and, being backed by a numl.
of outsiders, refuised to) leave. Evel
body got to speaking and1( gestionlati
at on1Ce, and the meeting broke
The Democratic mayor, though si
in bed, has assmed the reins aga
though the acting mayor says ho n,
not obey them. Meanwhile the
p~olintments are not made. The trl
attempted by Ray was a contemplti
one. To take adlvantage of anoti
man's illness to put a job thiroui
cannot be justilled.
Wanted, a Governor.
Friends of Mr. Evalrts say that
recent initerview with Mr. Thuri'
Weed was the first Shly in a move
make him the Repmblican candid
for Governor of New York. Tlhey
that the nnfortunate altud I11(0In wh
Senator Conklinmg hats been placed
the affair of Narangansett Pier mat
the attempt to secure for Mr. Ene
the nomination a very promising og
They are op~enly counting on lha ri1
seen the last of Mr. Conklinig's proi
non1ce in New York politics, and ins
that no'w the elemients of the pa:
that have lcng opposed the Sena
will assume thie leadlershuip.
The Neiv York lCral savs: "
observe that the E7rning Post spei
of this report as a ''rumor of the si
season ;" but why should not 3
Evarts be the Republicean candidat<
But it thus continues:
Of course the first choice of1
.I ead for both p~arties would be
rallant soldier-a Union brigadi
There has been such an outor'y rah
by Northern politicians abouti
rebel brigadiers, so called, that a gri
many voters, and especially the mec
hers of the Grand .Army of the 1
public, have begun to ask why civ
ans, professional politicians, shaoi
monopolize all the of11ees In the Nor
ern States? Why, indeed? Evi
fall about election timie, and evi
winter in Congress, we hear a g
deal said in fat or of the brave I
ptriotlie soldliers who ofliered 111
ivsin defence of the Union;1
about convention time the politiebi
conveniently forget all about t he
Sdiers. Snuppose both p~artZies shoc
nominate Unon brigadlors? It wo
be sure, but the country would
Coal or Not Coal.
p Some days ago we made the
nlouncement that Professor Bibikov
Russian scientist, had discovered
nite or brown coal on Mr. Paul
Hammond's place near Augusta,
that he considered it Of possib~ly gr
value in chleapenin~g heil. Profes
Holmes, of Charleston, is out fri
long card denying that Profes
Bibikov had made any discovery, t
.the existence of tihe deposit had be
known for many years, but that'
lignite was no more combustible til
granite. Hie also holti that the
posits wore of too recent~ a date
ceptaln ianythin~g mord than to
2'1m S VENTR1VRST1h R LGIMEN2
Col. McMaster'" Addres at the Mooting
The News and Courier contains t
following synopsis of the address
Col. F. W. MIcMaster, giving a res1
of the acts of that fight lg legimaent:
Ito began with an eloquent allusi
to the reunioin after fourteen years
separation of old comrades. Th
imiet, lie said, 1ot to discss tle cauk
which entbreed the war, but as frien
a1find coiraldes inl arms to take a vill
and eursory glunco t the art thi
took inl the war of which heiir de.
brothers were lhe justified heroes a
they the survivors. The correct his1
I: ofthat. war was as vet Ititt(
and it was their duty to keCI in m1i10
ory tie( deeds of their comrades, a
furnish and preserve ialterials For t
listorianl. South Carolina had ft
nislied fiftI regiments, besides a mu
ber of battalions and separate coan
nies, but their history was So ili
woven with that of larger bodies thI
it was a dillicult matter to obtaill C(
rect histories of individual reimen
particularly of iilitentry, wich ' w
generally fbod tir gunpowder.
e t.heii reviewed rapidly the hist
ry ot'the regiment front its forinati<
in Columbia in November, 1861.
was composed of' four companies frc
York, two froma Chester, two fri.
Barnavwell, one froii Litacaster. i
one from Fairfield, and its stafroillec
were John 11. Means, colonel ; F. 3
McMaster, lieuitenaiit.-coloiel; Juli
Milks, maj11or; W. Wylie, suirgeo
Isaic A. Means, (iarternas(er, it
B. 1. Metts, comissary. Ito ti<
spoke ofits reorganizanon, of its Ii
active service inl Virginia lit Wateric
and vividly described its particilpati
inl the secoidi baittlel of Mainassas
the 30th of August, whei it lost 1
Inen killed an11d wounded. ilullldinig
colonel killed, three captaints animd
lieu tenant, killed, and two captains al
a lieuteianit badly wounded.
Sharpsburg twenty Volunteers of t
17th silenced IL batterv w hich w
slielling tle causewaty. Al. Ioonisbo
it did good service. At Sliarpsiu
twelve muen of its greatly depleCt
ranks were killed, and others captur,
aind wounded. It engaged in the bi
tIes of Kilngstonl and Goldsboro, af
for several ioitlis did picket du
about Wilminiglon. Two hundred
its men were for two wveeks inl Fc
Sumter during (Ie heaviest bombar
ment, and bore themselves well. T1
regintt was afte rwards traitsferr
to Jolnston's araimy, with which
helped to fight Grant, pitilicipating
the battle of Jackson, and subsequel
ly with Beauregard, on the 20th
May, 1861, at. Berilnida L11uadreds,
coipaiyv with the 8th North Carolij
Reginent charged aid captured t.1
eneamy's breastworks, and held the
agni itst repeated and desperate a1
stults. It was at'terwards ordered
Petersburg, takiing part in tle batt.l
about. that. city, and losingi a numb
of oflicers and men.
Col. McMaster described particula
ly the fart. taken by tile 17th in fl
battle of the Crater, when that rep
Iment. with tle assistance of a few mit
of the 26th and the co-operation
Wright's Battery prevented ( ra
front entering Petersburg and captu
g Beauregard's army. 'The 26th au
17th on that day, 30th August, 186
occupied the left of E'liott's Brigad
The explosion of the eight hlundro
pouids ot' powder overwhelmed t
battery ini rear, the whole 0of the r'et
maent on the right at' the 17 Lth and paI
ol'Comupany A, of th lith itself. TI'
lFedierals flid dlesigilelt rushiing'
through the breachm thuts created in ti
line, anid advanced to carrTv out tl
idea, being met, however, b~y the I1
of' tile 17th, at few of the 18th whlo lui
extr'icalted themselves froim the cov(
inlg ofearth, soime of the 26th and foi
guns1 of Wrighlts's battery, which lu~
escaped, undler coimmandt ot Maj. Co
TLhe ev idencie ofi Federa'll oflicers'prov,
that it was this resistance thiat detea
ed their plans. Sonme of tihe enm
who reachled thie line were driveni ba
withi cluibbied muskets tand h~avonel
andit fe~w battles could *she
moitre bayoniet woundos t i,
tis one. Th'le 17th lost,135 men. T
reginuenit wvas aliso in thme battle of Fc
Coh. McMasteor closed by reviewhi
thie subsequent brief history of' tl
reiment down to the time wheni
suirrendered1 it s entire force of 37 me
comuposinig imore t han haltf its brigad
at Appoimattox, many hiavinmg bem
capture'd when purpslvlOS left'tin an e
posedi situattiona, fromt wilich escape w
iimpossibile, to mask the op)erationis
the reniminder of thle army .
Col. McMaster turnaishied the ft
lowig figres of the Seventeenth:
Died trom (disease..188
hilled in battle........207
The oflicers of the Seventeenith Red
me~nt after tihe orgaiizmt ion wverc J. .
Meauns, colonel; F". W. McMaste
licutenant-colonlel; R1. Statrko MeanI
major; I. 11. Means, q uartermastc
II. B. Mc[eMaster, conulniissary; S.]
Fant, adjutant. Colonel Means wv
killed at Seconid Manassas, and Coloni
McMaster commandcd the Regime
till theC close of' the warii.
Among the Survivors present at tl
Chester meetinig were Col. F. W. M
master, Lieut.-Col. J. Ri. Culp, am
Adjutant 8. R. Fant. TIhe comupani
represented wvere from York, Cheste
Lancafster, Fauiirfleldl andt Blarnwte
T1he Chester and Fairflcld Survivo
were as followvs:
Companiy A .-Captain Edward
Lietuteniants Gill andi Nunnery, D)ufl
Collins, Hvatt, Ri. McFadden, Allc
Br'own, liighlam, Drennan, Gasto
llutson, J. Lyle, D). Lyle, Kee, Klst
Kithens,. Magill, Martin. Mills,
Nunneory, Roney, JT. Strait, T. St ra
Shierter, Watars, Wite, Pittmnan, Om
Company. B.-Privates McCollui
Coleman, NV. Crowder', TI. Crowd<t
D~ove, Lee, J. McGill, Jr., Orman.
- Company D.-Lieutcnant Cor'nwa
Privattes Black, Wylic, S. Lathmu
White, Fo rd~ Boyd, Corver' Dunen
W. Lottani, '. McW'atters lioKeow
Gaston, Marion, Morgan, WY. McWa
te, Brownh Dye, MiIIls, Heath, Beat
PrinOlllone among thoem were t,
colored men, wvho wore their smi'vi
or's badges protudly, and1 seem
equally enthusiastic wir,h any over t
unme anid fame of (te 17th.
GEN. BIEAURIEUARD'S LETTR.
At the conclusion of Col. McMaste:
ex ceedingl y interesting address
read (lie followinlg letters:
ALLEGH1ANY, SPRuNos; lMONTa'1RY. C4
YIRGINnA, August 10, 1879.
MY DE'An COLONEL-Ihave only tI
morning rceived your favor of the I
intadressed to ano at New Or'leam
inviting mue "to attenud the reunion
the Survivors of the 17th Realmncn
South iNrolina Voluntcers, to be held
or at Chester, 8. (., on the l 13th inst.."
I regret. it didl niot reach mne earlier
l that imighave acknowledged sooner
lie Clhe Intended compliment anld written
of moro filly of the ellicient, services of
ne the gallant 17th I megient, after its
- separation n'om its first commander.
JiI But I have tim i oly tithank.Vou for
o ur-01 -Ild in~vitationl, and14 to 'express
y lly regret. it Iot. beiig able to avept,
1t, a8lso ly gratitude to your jegimnn
and ile brave 260 Jtegimlient, South
1 r(1 Oiut Volunteers, for1 their gaillait
filand ait the celebrat1edl "explosion of"
the mine" aiit l'etersrhi', re ., inl Au
d gust, 1864, which sta' em, >Ied Geni.
Le Ie,1'o and imySei to bring u) Gki. Ala
hone's ]Division from the extreme I
riht of our extended positions to re
takec ouir lines t, and about, the . Crater
he and captureb nearly till the Federals
.- whI o entered theml.
With m kind re liiiemIbraices to all
a- thc Surtvivors of' the 17th iho may be
r- present tit your retunion, and my' re
at gards for their formiier' gallaint. Colonel
-whonm I have tile pleasure of now ad
I aml, youlrs, most sincerely
its 64. T. BE1AURL'UAun.
Col. F. W. McMasiter.
n A LI'tT FiOM CAPT. COIT.
i CIntUAw, S. C., August 2, 1879.
''o Col . J . Mc2,ster:
. E )Atn CoLoN -o?-You's of the 23(1,
ilvitinig me to be present ait the Re
union mceting of the 17th Regiment,
S. C. V., on the 13th of August, his
been received. 1 regret exceedingly
that I am compelled to denil myself the
> lcasuire of ieeting with those whose
tioroic conduct upon the buttle field,
o pon one occluoli it least., I witiessed.
I allude to the battle of tile 'Crator,"
M) in front of Petersburg, on the 30th
July, 1861. 1 amn glad of this opportu
Softestifying '.O the gallant behn
avim of the mle of Elliott's Brigale on
that dlay, inamuchu' as C"apt. Alccabe,
iil his iteconiit of tle defenllco
hle l'etersburg, published in the Southern
[IS Historical Soci(%ty papers, does not
give It due credit for tile part it. bore in
It was my fort.ne to command
the artillery inl front uponi thait part of
t- the line where the lttack t li was made.
It was one of Imly bat teries (P:egram's)
ty that was blown ill), and being present
f froi the beginning to the close of' the
rt fight, I had every opport unity for ob
d- serving the movements and behavior
of tile tl()o)S ellgagred.
!d The thin Confederate Hlne, no0 maitter
i how bravely defended, would have
il o)pposed an ineffeetual barrier to the
- ilumense bodies of troops concentrat
1' ed for the atitack had the enemy
n pressed forward aifier the explosioi
m with vigor. and determination.
to The enemy evident-ly expected fhat
mour troops would be demoralized by
s the exploSioni of the minie, and they
itould meet wih slight resisitance; )ut(.
sthle undaunted coire w ith whicll
, they were met, in a ihand-to-land en
gagmcn1Ci t, by the men of' Elliott's
r- Brigade, 11111 the1 galling fire of mus
to ketrv and artillery to which they weec
.i subjected, threw thiem into such inlex
Stricable coiftisioni ts to renlder1 them
:) totally uiiiitnm.lageable. All ellriris of
their oflce's to forll then or force
r- them to advance under the fire were ~
Cotally unavailing. During Ohe long
4 hours from (ayNli(hit uil0 tiel arrival
e of Malone's iivision, the only iinfantt
Iiy engag"d in opposing the advanlc of
1e the enmy to CeliciCry Hill and I'the
Plank road. at least to the left off le
et Cr'ater, as far as 1 sawv, w'ere the men
e of' your' bigamde.
To~ iu in bigadoe, mor0ie (han to al
e others', wiith fihe atilhle'y supporlt ing if,
e .is due the crecdit of' Savimg Peter'shm'g,
re and perhaptils the Conifeder'acy, on that
Wereay it prpe to do s her'e, I
'might al1so demur at thme sligh t pr'aise
jbestowed by Capt. McCabe' upon01 the
Iwiliing to abide by lie decision of'
t- thoseJ Wro werei' p):-exe/, and( had the
, best reasons for knlowin~g wh'at atltill
- erv did most cileetive service.
s, T1he enemy were cer'tainly in no0
)11moon position to know.
mi The1( biatiery ireterred to byv Geun.PoL
io ter'. inl his testimnony before& the Court
r't of' Eniquiry, as beiing behind some
timbher. andl to which lie directed ali
u, his batlleries to tur'n thieir whole tieca
2 tion, was Wr'igi's Battery of' Halifax,
it Vat. Tfhis battery occupied a comn
n, mainllg p)osition to the left (our left)
e' of'the razvinie, (1nd( borc' directly up~on ~
m' fihe salienit at close raing'e. It wals un
x.. der' muy commiiand, andl I waIs pCeent
1s in it diing the entire cegagemieni.
of Re'g.-eiing my inabiliiy to aIccept i
yOur kiaid inviitationi, anid wvising you ~
1.. ai hatppy~ meetinig iiih your old1 comh
Youris most respeci fully,'
Jas. C. COrr.
Letters~ wereo also readL~ from Judge,
formeirly Col. Hudson, of' fhie Twa.y
sixth, Major Avery and1( other gentle
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L desire to transmit to their'posterity. Then
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Which will preserve them and iltl make
II them look almost as well as now.
Old books, &o., RihOuld not only beo
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it- This can be done In the shortest pos.
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ePURE WHITE OIL.
. --150 EE1(EE8 FIRI TEST.- l
us\ E reointmn the 7'ENTAL
ti lE s asaf ilurnnatr. Itis
tais clear and white as water, consequentl i
i8, gives a brillimitt'hight, with very little fa
of odore Try tt 'The prie is less than "3
of' over. - .. Menr DJAvY .
daunted returns to the charge. Io
says Ie does not. claim the oxiginar
discovery, but ho does claim tho lionor
o, showing that it can be utilized. The
79. R egister says that gas of superior
quality was mado by Professor B. in
Coluibia from this lignite, and that
the lignite is coimbhustible. WO pre
1sumie we shall liave a series of oxperl
men(s to delde the (iestion between
ths tvo learned scientists.
ria We would say, however, that it Is
0- not, ahlays safe to argue against thU
exisfetce of coal from geologic indi
lilolns. Years ago it wis laid down
led as an intllible rule that coal is always
be to be fouid in lie geological strata
ly belonginr to the Carboniferous period
and nlole other. One of ithe waits of
the Pacific Coast. was coal. California
no- was the land of wonders. Almost
has every melal had been found there.
[In- The people thought thle) mIight. also
to find coal. The State geologist,
Whitiey, mado aln exploration an(d re
r ported nll ltter absecue of coal in the
Stat1e. But soie old minlers had 110
fai I in new-f angled sciences, an2d
I teiy deterPminied to prospect lir col
as they had done inl former years for
gold. Aimid the sieers of the geolo
mn. gists they went to work. To te
ill wonder of all a vein wits st.rucki, pro
lid duciing al abuin1dan1ce of1coal o a very
'hie utir variely. The scientists then had
the to a(imit. tihe existence of coal, but
goe tIey' jstilied themlhselVes by shiowinig
rio that it Wil aI anolHly, and belonged
of to a diierelit epoch fromi all the col
over found before. Science was at a
ci- liscount among the milners for some
years. If th thing occurred in Call
I iornlia whly n1111y it not ha1ppen fin
0 SoutIh Carolina? If the Jmussian
savant has actually made gas and
l burned up thi ilignite, it looks ats iC
ve lieC were l comiiig .1 Califoriiia giie
oil the scieiiists. lye shall anxiously
'il aai, lcvlopemiClits.
lig .A Doa's MENUnont.-Several monthis
S1Since Some person shot, an1d 111manigled
ithe leg of' Ponto, a file dog belo-111ai
- to Jiudwo Upsoin, and a general faivoil
3st ihe inl 6glediorpe, Ga. The perpetra
elf Ir (oft dhe deed could not be fimid.
I, Oi Monday Poito hobbled down
WMIw and begani to I eiiew his acquaint
)%;ee wi the boys 1111d (1 ogs. Ie
eviced eve.y ilia1 mailfestat ion Oof joy,
Acid would wag his tail aiid look al (lhe
n-1maimied limb when nlly on1e would
r, coldole with him. At last IL V)otlnig
a law'% or walked i) Iid itieliiei . fil
l niiliarity. The dog gave it sidden
PQ 8.iap, anHd 1tarted fo'r home ats ist. as
his three sound legs could ca.-ry him.
Thiq perilormance oi the parlt ot'Poito
ag aroused tihe Suspicion of tie spectalo.8,
ss, ad they acculsed the aittorney of' lwv
ed ill'. shot tle do.. lie owied it!). 11nl
. said ttia it was not he himself N ho
' li.-ed ihie unprovoked shot, but. ilo*her
d ,V01nn11 mani with whomi hie waiswak
Ir, ig at the time. The shooing was
de o onl a dark night. Ponto "is 1-h1
Saine dog that warned his imaste.-, by
1t loud barkiig, wheni a kerosene lam'u)
had eploded it in l ldoilig rooni.
an- ad thus saved the residence. Like
le le lia nin, a (log never forgets akiid
er .lohn W. Blacon hipvlped a inie rat
. terrier' lhat some1 of' the hovs mi kchiiev
'Yously' tied to his dloor' bell, and2( the
ngZ abi4sed d (og wouild snap1 ait. Mr'. Uneoni's
1p. legis whenever lie came11 where the ani
(1k nal wtas.
'ill Music.L hO:Es ABE A TwIAYS HAl'
PYiO~.-Ther'e arie t honisandiis of
(ek that, would be reiered'C~ haier~)1i by (lie
ihc presenice of' a fine newv Pianio or an
le Organ. 'Wd want to fill suchl homes2
I- ith istrumlents, aind we mean12 to do
Sit ifwe live long enough
One cof the mhethosby which we
01ur' mstrumiiients) ini ever'y Souithern
120hom( of' enilturle is thr'oili our1 Grand
hi itroduction Sale of' Pianos anid Or'
Ilw gas wvhich we' inauligurated in No-1
1to vember)1 last and which is so far' a mnag
te niticent Success.
Te, Vn of' the largest MIanufacturier's inl
America have aut11horiized us to pice
fI rou(Ilin to five thlouisandi of thir~l in
es I iscleent inl represen1ta1tive Souithern'i
ri hioimes at. Agents' WhoIlesale Ruten,
1o. und we are0 now placing themi iin overyi
Southerniii State0 just a fast a ta
e a ary them. Such an1 opp~ortunity
mtosecure' stanldard inlstrumente from
ist su(11cehlebr'ated maufl~facturer's as
et Chicker'in~g, Weer, Kniabe, liahlet &
Gemi, Ma.Isoni & Hlini and1 Pei~l)bt
& Peltoni nieer has occuriredl before
e aind neverOi wiill again uniless we otfeir
tks it. It is the only sale of the kind ever'
lliy carried out ill the United States.
r Iendlers of' this niotiecO wiho have not
., ye.prcae inistruimenlts are irequiest
ed o witetous for 011r mItroduiction
Sale Circular and( Special Ofrers. Ad
heo dre'ss LuiniDEN & .IA-r'1s' SoUTrrHliN
a Muswc lousa, Savainnah, Ga.
cir. Aug 5-xt1mo*.
he BEiR ON O I.Iv ET.-Jerusalelm is be
at coiiing daily mnore aiin oire Germian,
m- and that language Is v'ery) generally'
te spokeii there. The Germian set tler's
ili. are~ both Jew and( Christian, 8and re
11(d !enlyl a1 malgaziec, to applear 012ce ini
(hi- thr'ee mouths, hais been started(, giving
yan acco unt of all1 that is interesting
y"onini Jude," an bain spe
cat clal r'eference t~o the ar'chileologiceal ie
12( searche~s malde ini tihe dlistict. TJheo
eir conduiI~crs of' thlis periodicail will yav
mit parIticuilar' attention to the vairion's
ma mo points ias to topogiraphy iln anid
iol. ar'oundi thle icly Cit y. Mr'. 'Trollope,
ud( mi 0one of'hils novels, depicts his cJhara'ic
ld( ters enoying a piciic near1 Jer'usalemi,
to an iti quite on the cards that thie
be Mount of Olives has been marked
(dwn as the site of a lager beer gar'den,
for', wheiro Geirmans ar'e, lager and
garideiis mrust soon follow .-N'w
an- LWEi Is A PIEAsUREu.-Only hien
, we r'e in the enjoyment of all 0our
lig- faculties and( in per'fect health. This
F. can only be wh'len all the Inor'tanit
mnd or'gans of the body aire pei roring
Ia their fulmctions pr'opeirly. The Liver
etIs more liable to get out of order than
sor an oilier orgain, anid pr'oduces mnore
a unmpleasant effects. A dose of' Dr.'
sor' Glder's Liver Pills occasionlahly will
hat keep it all rIght, or set It r'ight It it has
gone wrong. For sale byD Dr. W. E.
the -. .*
1an -Complaints come from Scotland
de- that Amieican cheese is being import
oedinto Ayrshmiro in such quanltities
tohlat muchl of the home p reduce of last
B~sl year is still nsold and likely to remain
A TORPID LIVER
is the fruitful sonrce of many diseesee, proml.
nett among which are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS.
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER,
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of Appetite and Nausea, the bowels
ar costivo, but sometimes alternate with
looSness, Fain in the ead, accompanied
weith al ullhorisation in tie bachipart, FaIN
fai th-o- rilhiild-e-e-md-under t hie shoulder
6lade, fullnes after eaing ith .v l~Kdiem.
olin ation to exertion~oi-odj~ornind, Irri.
tability of temper~,Lw spirits, Losa~of
E'mnory, with a feeling of havin negfeote
some duty, ~euoralwaiisaisriss;
Fluttering at the Hart-._Doteb r - te
eyes, Yellow 8kin, Heidhe bgeinoelly
over the right eye, Restlessness at night
with fitifl dreams, highly colorod Urine.
IF THESE WARNINO*ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are especially adapted to such
cases, a single dose effects
such a change of feeling as to
astonIsh the sufferer.
a pre conpounded n-om anbatunees that are
free from any 1,roporties that can inure
tShe most ellicmtte organltaton. They
hScarola, Cleanse, Purify, anal Inv gorate
the entiro Systen. Ily relieving the ene
gorxges Liver, they clennso tie blood
from polutonous hmisnoru, uad thus inp&art
health anl vitality to the boaly, causing
the bovols to act naturally, without
'which no one can foci well.
A Noted Divine-sas:
Dr. TiT:-Dear ee r c For ten s I have been
a ndartyr to Depsps, donstaton ad Piles. Last
Spr in your Mil weroecoi ended to sac I used
the s ( ut %vith little f 1ith). I am, low a %voll ulan,
-good aprtieo diestion ,rtret, egularstools,
)iso gene. and ( have gAined fty f11d111 lebh.
o ity are wyorth Ueir weli in )3tY~oN dso
DR, . t AYWKy0
Terfirst effect Is to Joorease times Appetite,
and cause the body to Take on Fleas thus the
s:stuni is nouralmoal, and by their Tonie Ac.
tIlan on the Iilgentive orgavic, Regular
Stools are 1produced.
DR, J, F.l HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
"Fe its11war isleit tht cannot be relioeed b% re.
storing ti. iver to ita intimi fnctions, and or
this jiurpooa no reeoidy beet "e ba , invented that
has as bhq,;.y An offoa, as TU'ICIS~ k'lI,Lj."s
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRiCE 25 CENTS.
Onlico 35 Murrey Street, New York.
M-' Dr. TUT1i"8 MANUAL of Valttable TIfor
aItiolln ad UeftMl Recilpts " will be minledfree
TUTTS AIR DYED
cia:AY t i itispniR c anfe to a GLoSSY
ltLACKIby ia SiIIgio ft lpication ()fI, I IS I)yl:. it, ilt.
pmr% aNitaraC lor, acts Itnt qn:anounaly, And in
ati e.n water. Noid by Druggists, or
snt by expenas orl t.o0pt ni $1.
Office, 35 Murray St., Now York.
Cognac Brandy, also Liquors and
Wines of all kinds, to bo had at the
ALMETTO 11oUsE. I inake my 24 cents
igars a spceialty. Call anti try them.
GEORGE A. OLARR,
00O BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
The distinctive features of this spool
otton aro that it is mad fromi the vecry
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
It is finished soft as the cotton from
thich it "is made; it has no waxing or
rtificial finish to detceivo tho eyes; it is
ho strongest, smoothest and most elastic
owing t~hread in tho market; for machine
ewing it has no equal; it is wound on
W HI TE S PO OL S.
The Black is the most porfct
vor prodned in spool cotton, being
yed by a systemn patented by ourselves,
hce olors are dyed by the
NEW ANILINE~ PlIOCESS
ondoring them so perfect and brilliant
bat dircus-makers overywvhere use them
aistead of sowing silks.
A Gold Medal was awarded this spool
otton at Paris, -1878, for "'great strength"
nd "general excellence" being the high
st award given for spool cotton,
We invite comparison and respootfully
uk ladiesi to give it a fair trial and eon
inoo themselves of its superiority over
To be had at wholesale and retail of
aug 12-tx~m J, O. OAG.
A PFNNY S4AVED)
S A PENNY GAINED.
You can savo money by onlling at tho
Grocery 8toro of WI Fl.D~ON2.
Just opened a1 nieoj lot of Sugar Cured
anvased Hams at prices to suit
bie the timeos. Also a select stock Coffees
nd Sugars. Arbuckle's Unground Roast
d Coffee a speeialty. All the favorite
rands of Augusta F Iour, Bolt ad Meal and
'earl Grits. Canned Goods of all do
uriptions, Chewing and Smoking T1obao
0, t igars from the highest to the cheap
et brands, B~ols and Shoes at low
,gures. La4ies' fine cloth Gaiters, al
iros, lower than the lowest. Chio
ines and Liquors, Porter, Beer and Ale
'resh Sparkilng Cider, Cider Vinegar,
ndl Lemons Give me a &all. I will
ot be undersold./ WV. H. D)ONLY.
TO0s4"***ayear- or $5 to $20 ara
1 )in your1 loalit . No risk. We.
ne dlo as well as men. ~Ian - mako more
tan the amont stated above. tb one can fal
make mony fast. Any one can do the work.
oeu can make from 50 ots. to $2 an hour by de
eting your .evening and spare tIme to the
usiness. Nolhing lke it for money mna'ln
ver offered before. Busineao pleasant atlt
trietly honorable. Reader, I YUnwant to
now all about tile best payn stino0 be fore
le public send us yur addesano we wvill
a ou ihl partk0ular a rm
A~l INSOi&Q , rtlan, Ho.
It 1.4too soon It, Ioret 1114! Wae of tIll.;
i4rt11ble disea1se, whilh will n10 dout.t, Iret trl1 111
a iniore taalignant and virulont forin in the ftll
InO111ts of 1879.
1AEltIt EIL'8. II EPATINE, a relledy discov.
retd lit Houtheri NtIlllA and tsed with stith
wonderfol result4s in Sout ht Amerlia Ylie' tI ho
Istost, aggravatted clis.9 of fever aire found,
c.1us-s (roin (110 to t.Wo olinees of bile to 30
ilteret or stralied from the bood each tiano It
IpaSes tlhloukgh tle liver, 11. l;ong as an oxcess
of 1)115$ exists. By Its Wontheui U t'i lon oil h114
.1lver tti1 Stomtch I lie il~rrrl not only pr -
v'ltS to it Nr1t0intY a:'y klid of Ie er l111i
Blat'k Vomit. bil it -ls ettUre;l II ,tuid he, CoipnsI -
1ationl of 1114 Bowels, Dyspepsia an41 till
No one neell feari Yellow Fever who wil
(3X18el 1h4 1l'zllzlIal I'oIson and excess of bit(e
front b Ilo 1 b10y1 by tisIing M ln1,'H II KI'A TI N R.
which Is sop4 li' y I I Druggidsl Ink 2.5 cent1. 'il
$1).00 hot tles, or will be sent, by ex pyress by tihe
A. F. ME itREL, & CO., Phila., Pa11.
Dr. PeIbertol's Stillilgia or Queen's
Iw-'he rIorlts of wotlifril tires of Rhetma
1t1411, Serofulit, Salt ltIhounll, Syphils, Cancrm'.
tl1ri'iSai lid Sores, Ihat con1e froin l parts of
Oho 1ountry, arev not Only re'atriakaIbl bti. so
rlaIt4'4cuklots as 10 be doubted wals it, not, for tile
ftbu(Iance of proof.
Romarkablo Ouro of Scrofula, &o.
VASE OF COL,. J. C. BIRANSON.
KINos'ON, CIA., September 15, 18U.
MINS :-ForS iXt('n lars I have b'en gre.it
siti'rer fromn Si1t'ofula Ili It,,; Inos. ilIstressIng
forn3. I have bt'ell '(onilined to In1y room nI
bed for tifteent year.'s with scrofItIotIs tlIcel.a
tionsi. 'The mlost aipprovoll remedlies for Stich
vees hatd beo-ii usett, Unit the 10most (-1inen11t
phlysdlitn constulled, withioit anydecite
enellt,. '1'h's prostrated, d-istressei, despond
Ing, I was tlvidevd by Dr. Ayelr, of Floyd cotin
1y, On., to commence the14 itse of yotirl (ompotIIl
Exra:t. Stilliugla. Laagtimgo 18i is ilnstiIlilecilt
to desicribe Ihe re(1 a0ef I obtaainid froti Ilie Its(, of
the StIllinga 1 it is (to Convoy 114n adtquate
Idell of the intclstty of ilny sufftring beforO
tisilig your inediclne; suflieleInt, to say. I aii
doted all 0(11er reineilles a111(d c n t-11( 1he13 0so
of your Extract, of St(illitigin, 1111til I canI1 sa1y
tr"Ily "I a1n CIred of all ailn," of a1l disase
wit-h 1nothing to obsctie, tth' lictive pirslt, of
in1y lrofession. 'More tha (111hilt inioitt.hs have
clapsed sitce this remar14kabLe clre, withit,
Ilny ret urn of the disentso.
For tihe I rUt I of thu a bove staternoti t, I rofer
to anly gentklm1111 i 1arlow Uotinty, (ill., 0ni
to tile memCHibe 8 of t 11e bal of Uiterokee ClCult,
Who 110 ac4'qtin1tet(t With m. I shall ever
renailn, wit I the (Ieepest. gl tIittle,
Your obedit'nt st'rvant,
J. C. BRANSON, At'y. at, Law.
WsT PoINT, GA., Sept. 10 1870.
ORNTS:-3Iy (atIglttelr was,4 takett ('n tit 25t1h
day (If -IJne, 1t63, witi what wits sup)poseI to be
Avute lit44't1n li1sin, ant a rea1ted for tIle
sane with 110 siteces.,s. II Mareh, followilg
pl3ce's of bon 1'1ega1n to wo'k Olit, of tle righl
a4 In, ml c1 Continued to Appear till all I hie bone
fron. the elbow to 1111 shitil4er jotill. catin4e Out.
Mlly ulet. of bonlo ene o0111. of r1ghtc foot and1
,(eg. '1 he ClaSo Wt4 I hen pronotI)4'0140ticet1 ono. of
White Swtellit11g. After haVi1 beet11 coltinetd
allotut six .tt rs'8 (i her bed. ltti til e Chise cot.
siderett hopeles, I was inlte't to I 1'y Dr. Pemt
bertons's Conpollilttid Extract of Stillinlgla, andi I
wfassov'e1 sill ilt"Il with its. effects tliat I have
Continutel the use of IL intil the presint.
My datighter is conlint8llI ito h1r b t aboit
814x- yt'als befori 1e -i a. li til) 0 1rteve11 tiirnt'd o 'r
witllout help. Sip n1ow 91S 41 it ll (Iay. ti
Hews 1111st. of her tllne-I. has waliked across tI h
rooi. ller gelwrai altha1 is iow good, and1(1 I
H!t 'Ove sh wIll, as her lillibs gain sire-ligthI
w:l1k wIt. I attrihtil e her Ireovery. Wiili th
bless'ing of God. t, the tise of your invl0'ItIUbie
With grat itutde, I aml, .1ours trtily,
W. It. 1 IANTON.
WESsT POINT. U a., Sep~t. 111, 18"10.
GExNs:--ile abovecert itleute of 'Mr. W. It.
11:atontf41 W' klow and ri4fy to a.,3 b1ileing trite.
ThIe I hittigi s so; htl41 i rects of il.t m41 r-sp4ut
ed ell IZmilN Will t'rtify to it.. As mIIUL1h refei ence
Canl be giveln as mnity be reqtilrell.
Ykoures I Iulyv
CIAWI F11) & 'A1KER, Druggists.
1ION. 11. 1). W il.1,11AM1.
D''' D)1. PEl3I 11 ElTON'S S1IL I N(1 IA Is pre
patrel by A. 1. 311:11iti EI,, & CO., PIilla., I'al.
Sol1 by a I)l DrutggsSis In $1 .09 t01 ties, Or sent
by XpI'ess. Ag.'1s wiilted .0 tlivaSs every
SentId for 1ook--"Curlo's tory"--free to a1l.
1ltdil-ines Sent to poor lIeople Pa13able in 1ins.tal
EST Lagor Beer, at PALTMrE'rro 11oU4E.
Fresh Leionade always on hand, for
ltl tt PAU5rwrTTo HoUsE.
TI[E~ FRIEND) OFh ALL !
HIOLLO WAY'S PILLS!!
"I had no appetito; Hollow'ay's Pills
ve me1 a hearty ono0."
"'Your' Pills are mnarvelous9."
"I send for another box, anid keep them
in thll house8."
"Dr. Holloway 11as cured my heabc1e
''l gaveo one of' y our Pills to my habo
for cho11lr mm0 bus. The dear little
thing got well in1 a dlay."
"'My nlauscea of a morning is now
'"Your box of Hlollowlay's Ointment
cured 1me of noises31 1in theo head, I
rubbed some4 of your Oinlme'nt behind
the ears anld the ntoise 1has loft."
"Send mec two boxes; I want one for a
"'I en1el108 a dollar'; y'our pic'ie is 25
cents, but tho medicine to 111 is worth a e
"Sen~d 1me flve boxes of your Pills,"
''Let 1m4 have three boxes of yo'ur
Pills by return mail, for chills and 4
I have over 200 suc~h testimonials as5
those, but want of space omipels mto to
FoR CU'rNEOUS DISORIDERlS,
And all oruptions of the skin, thlis Oint
ment is most inv~aluiable. It does not
heal externally lonlfe, but penetrates
wit h the0 mlost s'earcehing offcots to tile
very root of ovil.]
Possessed of this r'eedy, every mnn
may be own tdoctor. It may be rubbed
into the systomn, so aij to reachl any in1
tornal complaint; by these moans, curos
sores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver, spine or othier parts5. It is on in- 4
fallible remedy for bad leg~s,' bad breasts,
con~tracted or stiff joints, gout, i'houmia
tism, and all al in diseases.
IMPIORT'ANT CAUION.-Nonie ftiO gooluine un.1
lessa tihe .sgnaturo of J. IIAvnooK. aos agent fOr
theu.UiIted Sltates surr'4ounfds eacht box of PIll' I
1111n iitment. Boxes at 25 centf, 62 Cents, and1
GW- 'lhee l Isconsldcratble savIng by tak'Ing
the large' sizes. BOL LO WAY & CO.,
feb 15-1y Neiw Yolik.
P4ATTERISON'S OEIJCBRATED SP~RINGS,
Thlose springs ard situated four miles
south of Shelby and six miles northl of
WVhitakcer's, on the Air-Line Rt. iR. The'
miineral Wattor's are sulphur and ehaly
beato. Tile proportios of ihoe511ulhur aro
ron, sulphur and magnesia. Ptoportios
combined are benofliuial to all (dis0as08,
and never fail to euro the most obiitinato
cases, as many will testify. The elhaly
beate wvaters.eannot be surpJassedi, havin~g
wroughtt many almost miraculous Otures,
These celebratted Springs are now open u
and the prilcos aro in reachl of all-havring
been gtreatly reduced this seasoni.
01tin 5hose, croquet grounds, teni
pin alloy, andi othter am1us0oonts and 11
attractions free for visitors. 11410ks . un
nin11g from thtis p)1a10 will meellt visitors ait
Shlelby or at Whlitakor's, on the Air-Line
i.14.1. upon01 shor't notleo to thle Proprietor.
RA'rES OF IIOARD.)
Por day .- - - - $1.2 25
Por week - . . . '
Per mlonthi-l - - - 20.00 I
Per miorih for2 or more months, 18.0(1
Children anid 19erv1ants hlalf price,
For further pat iciulars, address
EV (G. PA'1TERSON, Pr'p'r. ,
may 17-tx8mo . Shelby, N.'0
[N the standara sorew Day state d
Shoo, . rJ, it n.. ]3AY o
Tis standard article is compound.
ed vith the greatest care.
Its el'ects are as wonderful and as
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head i
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and can.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ilg the hair grow .thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, "The con
stituents are pure, and carefully sc
lected for excellent quality ; and I
consider it the BEsT PREPARATION
for its intended purposes."
Price, Ono Dollar.
'FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir.
able shade, to brown or black, at dis
Dretion. It Is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and of
rectually produces a permanent color,
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Nitnitactured by R. P. HALL & CO.a
14 by All Danggid, a4 Dlers VA Ve94IW
I F you want.a good (larot 1'uteh. call
-at (lro Iousm, utinder tho
W10t1th0r11 I'll01IIIerO1'S Of l'1uo1 , Or
gatus. hlusici Publicition s and
Smlall Mulsicil Illst ruinients
w1lo itre it live to their
own interests will
buy fron (he
LUDDEN & BATES'
and Branch Houses
Oto. 4,. Joibinsont & Co.,O 1.. iumalle11 ir & Ce.
~IAlit lEaTON, 8. C. I(0iIAl1(-O 't'E N. C.
. .. Alec(ii louha A Co. Ilesnilh b 4isi Ihouse.
AUK:ON VIiLK, VIlA. I'i;N8AC (L.A, FL.A.
A. ii. anbet hirown Brolthers.
at vanna ii, (On.. la the (lra tid Musical C('ntre of ai
Soli Al 'sle Il Sotitth. 4111d frotr t his Central
hit bttlu lept, Wi ithi 11s (hatt of
11n lortit Pritces ailt T'Ierms,
MI Jl-ls o15(f I he houti.
Pianos and Organs
ri ltstruattis at F"actory lntes for Casit, or
Tlen (of the leading Manufaciturers of the U. 8.
Lave given uis excitisivo control of tiheir instru.
lonts inI ihe Soth, nndr athrizied us to platco
4Jr Introdluction and Advert Isemint, One Thous
tl of Ltir beJst, Iistlrtins it retpre sen tLtive
out iternt households at Fatctory whioleslale
SEE THE PRICES.
IANOS )gt* t. nne nosewooa carv2a
?IANOS 7g Oct. fine uewo.CarV-$1[55
?IANOS 73 Oct. Sqruare Grand, sn- $257
acl)Uso. With sto n
t71c ol st 11"i Ist- aLl~. ORGANS
|86 tlo s po Miro .op ORGANS
All guarantleed Instruments. Maker's name
i chii. Fifteen D~ays' Trial If wvantedwe pay
hte freight i no sai.o. A trial costs nothinlgh
nstrument) don't suit. Don't heialtet to order.
1ASON AND HIAMLIN ORGANS.
MAsON & JIMA LIN
- ~ church andI Parlor
/ Organs. Not ~Lwest
Priced and Dearest
but, Iighest Priced,
Best andt Cheapest.
0 stops, only $80. 10
Stops, only $95. 1 ith
Mfirror Top, Only $100.
Peloubot & Pelton
organs.6 Opes, only
b0ll ohimtes, eniy $100.
eln~ fo a nirotucuo sale Otroulai' giving
('The inn gnificent, Cihioktering, Ilallet & Davis
Veber, M. athushok southern oe~m, Dixie andi
aitvorite (I'lastg Mason & If min, Polonbt &
ton'a ad Sterling Organs al nlae hthis
'tic A (:ist n sweep, No reserve. All new In.
\riumts5 of Iles style. Fresh from b'tctory.
'trgcnt, I4*tt'(tIOn of stand ira inhtrimt over
fj'cred by atny iH~uso,
I O(rat R'i ,'L.L . Pino or.1 o
rii ile Iver rrightt paid to any
ENt i & BATES.
bA wocik in tour own' town, and no
caphal ris ted. You can - ive 11)
RI ness a trilwit houtexpens. 'rite nest o
(Jrtuity over Offeredi for those wiling
'ork. You sholdt try not tin ag. 0nil yOU
3o for yottraeif whiat yeti can do0 at thte biusi
ess we (lifer. No room to explain harn.T YOtt
Un devote all your stime oroly your ~pro
time to the btusinoss; and mak groat l for
v'eryvhoin' that, youl work. oi in10 asr
uut as ino0. 'Send for special privat trms
ave suth a chanc0. Addrss,.
Aug 1 flHmxIy TT & CO.. P9rL1gnd9 inel@
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