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THE NEWS AND IIERALD.
W1NNSBORO, S. C.
'rUDRDAfY, Septembeir 30-, : o 7f).i
?. MNP ANN APIS. 1 uron.
JJ O 4.fRYiNOLDS, Assorl.l'rx I" 'rvtn
[ Tu3isol no: eciinwsfldo
imoSaturday afternoon, nd it lppelared
in the g.Jist(i o1f Sunday mlorning;,
covering seven columns of very' smatll
type. Quite at credlitabtlo piece of
The Bond Case.
The Supreme Court has renderel a
decision inl the Ih>nd case. The opin
lbn is written by Associato Jusf iet
-'Ielver, Chief Ju st.iee Willand Con..
Curring. Justice iiaskell ('on(-urs inl
the genteral result but dissents fronm
the exceptions matde with) re;(n-d "o
particula.r (h]ses of' bonds inecided
within the termls of the C:onso!l"l.ic n
Act. Thelc pini('n or01's sr1veni c"oI
1t .s of, thi e smtalle'sf" tv e, ;m cl , ( el '
have not yet 1-1d tit.t( Io r m, t em"w
fully. liut in i''nea':cl .trms ist Wh
theovalidityv ('Ith1,e41 ht. <". .pt as to
about $2,-1::0.0n0 of ori;;i.n.tl bI.I+d , ~m
of $1.2111,000 ofl'he 'Con.e lil ;-c >w l: t'
issuc(! in e'x h:mio. ".n.
vou(tehers dcl :Icla e i:ct-(l i- I -rc as i.1
Y'1 l i 1N'r i:!'si' 1'i i.te 1"c' , st.;.?t
A'i't' II .Ail''"l "i D.. 1 t:1
2o 3, .50 ~
e'the Court fitr1 l" tht hh1' (l(c:"i
Uf atn.v (,C,oselation bon n+ lc "c
wholly upon any ( 'fln- tlir-e' uj,
tiounal(' le c s of inndscl (,r rltl ,
just. mentioned, tIhen it is w holly 1 l:
but, if it, rests only on one pmn. o f sn<-h
objeetionable chas,cs of b (1i)ls or ('on
1>ons, then1-1 it. is only void to hli, exlen
to Which it dc:.; rest upoll sneh ohIjc'
tionable bonds anmi coupons, antl ' tr
the balaiice of it, it is a valid obliga.1
tion of the State.
- That the birldenl of proof is upon he
State to show thaI any pilienkr honi
which may be brougiIt into (l'si iln
does rest., either inl whole or p:n-,
ulpon sch objectionale honds or col
polls, and, if in prt. only, thoen the
Slate must show whalt. part is so afi'ct
The judgment. of Ihe Court ot '('hims
is set aside, and the cases are reciaud
(d to that court. ('or such f'rlht"i pro
ceedinsg' as miay e necessary tiuidcr
the priciples herein annlounced. 'he
decision is based on (he groulnd that
aS these honds were not issued ill ('(il
ormity with the colstilill ion, which
gives the only mode in wich a lini
b)ility canl) be incurred, the State didi not
owe the mioley, 111d the Legislature
could not fix the debt, on her. We pre
Su111e thatJustice H1askell litvorecd tie
full set tlement as being iln the nat uire ot
a_c.Oftrac,t.JVR,ogg wi~ esi'tin-l. ,m.
The inlcreaised initerest inl e'dulCa1tion
in1 this Slate for' the past.1 1 wo veuirs is
a matter of' Sincere coungrant uhit ion2, as8
giving promise of schiools of' a high
order in thie nearII fuiture . With I he(
public schlool sy'stem, of' I h2 State as5 a
basis, fh'st.-class instrotion at elin-ap
rates w~ill in fimie be aII>rd2e(l 'l'lii
far' the fl'end(s of' ednea'ltioni look to
"'gr'aded schiools"' as thle means11 l' ne..
comlplishinig theu ir prp . n' t i
many113 the~ termii "'grad(ed school'" con
veys10 no1definite idea, but thler have'
beeni told thiat it is thie ''open s'esame"'
of goodl, (lchap inisiru'ctioni, aind thIey
are desirous of' Irying it so on us
they may learni whlat it. is and1( hiow to
set. it in operIa'tionl. For' the bteniejlt of
this class genielly I, anid mlor'e eperial
ly for 011r friends ini gost icelio 22112
Feasterville, who d''sir'e inc(realsed
educationtal falcilitizes f'or t hir cihh- 1e 1
we will give someli descript ionI of' t
graded schoo:1 las th~ termii Is now un1
dorstoodl inl Sth Carolinia. ().dj
Jiarily a gr'aded school is so 1nam~ted
simply frioim ihe mnt hoot ot,' i isi ilgo
tihe pupIils. 1B1t in this State it mem'It)
inl addit ion a school SupptedZ'c w patis
by the State alpproia'Ition uand htitly
by funds ratised tIromi other sonreecc..
As to theo llnetthodof ai inglI this~ aS
I)lemnental fund uisaIg vairies inlii dier
wh'lere the first gra'1d2.d school, in t a
newV acceptatjin't ofite termil, waI's ('
ganiized, an1 additional tiuid is r'a isedt
by a local tax oflone mtill. In Ches.i'
Abbeville and oIthter townus, tie fundio
is raIsed by tiltioni ees5 and2( subiscrip
tions. A mlovemiet is (ii fooi ;ii
Chester', enniett svillo 'and( oitheri
places to secure a locail taix law sii.
121r to that ini opera)tion inl W~innisbor'o.
Of this, moreo anona.
Now, as to the charactor of' the
school. The gr'aded school in Its pi..
maRry sense is detlined by Wells In his
book onl graded schools to be "a
school in which the p)upils aro' divided
Juto classes accordinig to their alttain
r ments, anid in whichl all the pupils of
each class:attenld to the same branchles
* ..of stutdy at the samne time." Ira
- Divall, superlintendlit of schools lin
St. Louis, says:
All the pupils in any 0110 class at
l end to precisely the sam1e1 attdies and
10o the same books. Ini %ach room11
there will be a first and a second1 class,
and it is important that (lie IdenticaI
pitpils who constitute the fIrst class in
one branch should conlstitulte the first
class in every branch puirsued by thie
casa. By this arranlgemenit w~hile
onp class ls reciting, the other Is prec
parig for recitation, and an ailternat.
ing process is kept up 'through the
u 6Sd hi lesgosaii the' toelh
Thpl tIio oinstruct each class.
an '$nicmant by a graded and
7" '. ,' k, 'ate SUpeil1ntndnt
o~~ o Penusylvanlia, also'
A*s aiod and gahUlig
of the schools is 1)ut. the atp)p)li('ttion to
the e'Itational cautso of tile s1m1io
d}ivisi',tm of labIo' IItt prevails in all
wf'e l'!;Igule(d .Iintes vsta lislu'nie ,
whlber lechaulical, com ne'rt:iatl or
otherwise. It is not only itho mo:a,
econonLical,.but wiithout it there en
bc' litlle 1roares. p osIerii.ty.
The ltQutalio lti rv) -ir. Iickok,
Shows wyhy the gdned .,hool 1olves.5
thle probll'eIt o ' chie(PU1 itrii uction.
Siuplly b aean.:! o' the a ":-e-aliot of
I Clidirabe i0nuulber of ipils into
on1e hi Ss. thle teaher can eiplov hi>
time( to the best,; advatLage. A11 nou
classifiedo school, iu which at wh-bole
latl-ho r. may be re(atuil"e'dt toe 1 clt's
of one or two pupini ionly, is too ex
pensive. TIwell1y 1'upil1. caml bet tught
it eai y as wo, andcl wih I m 1f(ro sai
icltion. alie!' to Ile ,iaclhcr and the
chii, oio;r to ihe Iilie im ted hi to
the reit.1ion by iinnbers; so Iltt the
gradtd tl letl ti a l is ( 1',d .i!s chtetdp
s'.if A li rdl e. chool i bu t aolih ito(oi l
I in t('i'' i; l Iit ht' 1)1:; -utit S 1 1 1 iti'tt
' '' aii' II 5I)li 'l'Il., t h sli-re nL',t'cl(
,:ni 'in a":ill 1 h . ):INlIUI 11ls.1 1
W'", v. i!! :"y. ';l"k of the ((erm1 as
t '.' i':! ii- v.tid r : i n' IS nlt i h nr'o
!':i. The pu in. :'o'!lie t aw' r'i'l
I.k i te i tu mil t;i,i!Y:ji l t'' ) s :n.; , to
- Illp 'rt -1 s i:,Oi a ' li i 1 i t I; tof
' IU 'a thvh- ie c"l n u h( ( : ol t ri
+"t t11he therit1+' ' ah:i. t d'Ili 1 inid(
i sbo" r t he'11l :ie g'il a, (lwl 1t :11
m ,:il ce doW i'v i ti' iIhe;;ea soIl tlul tion
I'ti'i Iil 1 ut 1t: ' !ild. I'r .he ino .-ed,
t.> :ilt t, al :1 h: lt , 1 :- h lp i , 1t e 11 1(t
tht I ' is t i, the siti 1 b ihool i i ii ntri
I: "1':h)I'I' i. 11 t' It Iee. I o l"fi iiii s.
;,ti :be ! t, " ;a " T 'ie 1om 1 the
I, I lit w t 1 '. il ' s. i ', f', in :tl' liIionl ,
the rt.1 1't11 d ii'r ' to t hto i s hiil
Ii ,ti'l: tl i n IN1.< ' ho e (br hIe nilt i
bnedai'(in i t I s'hl htwII. '., he ci11 :
curO Ik enal by the payn'e t suil1
111it'on li-c. Tlhis, we beclieve', is lthe
rtr-t. e t rine;le';l, bu it. r 11t1ireS tle
levy it'1 a :ttln t:'d. W'c at! nIt. able
wV to ;ive oulr iewl: llly upon the
iistin i o 1local (tt1 itol, ei tl eC lly
is we h:iv ::o tle n1' Iduonr it heretotrel( .
W ( t l y (l) io i itna <ioi'i'mthere i r.
In other towns w; hich have i1) local
la aen , dI ite Itnth e r,i'.,I I IWe (1ret
till'1"11. ( i ' Ii n: (_'''c r. i~ f 'g ' a (' i i i'
nom t itn hi tgs, chilrenl''1 it in >wer
gn's are ltahieh. ..f I1a the huighuer
it111t1on schltol nales hey' ithe a
.mall ti' , andl fhr' l ich igher
tathe'mati , ani i1il tl ncental Iun.-ic,
Ihey pay an alitional charg e. Inl
Abbeville a; w I"nd tIi-om the ad(1
(lrt'l of ir A lr. ('iut' and ti'omn tho p ai-rs,
:iiti 1hep p ii.ty lit iin, but the t te
ttnd Is iust.e 5 iewhat in the nlatutie of
a Irthac to leu the lhartde. 'his,
ir. enet cotens, is lthe propt e
id l ua, that the =iatle litd 511a1 supbple.
m'nt wivate tuition, instead of being
theI biof the hool. I0lle wold ot
W)hitsne'iu (, titite iti,"11 IN'e igh
ery ofiallt 1.er citiens lis bonn t.o edu
elnt'eo lhchhrn coe believe thogh
wl in u h freeint uli'o o mtny poor
ih Vient~go (Inre n oduenit otherb
whogs8 wouc c$i td othrws heearet
thaoe. Saems o h aeo e
'-Iether dinin ofhsqn, hgcow-.
ever.e mus1otaedtre for te present.or
Wa reved hset asainethod of'l.
mhen inotse otuRepra, aeitiona frmal
Ufiost coaving Aro0ided10or toie money
Vin ied,bo wxill t ht he~~ latger he num
ber. up. eti i i,te m r
...n...a...h sh. Employ.
ALL ABOUT GOLD1
A Walk Through the Phtiadlph'A Mint
lrlcks of lulliont--Haudrale df Yellow
(pr0in the Phlade' phin '1'tmea.
"A gold coin is worth its value the
World over," said an oflicidl at tho
mint yesterday. .
But Sovereign.s aml n1aloleons do
Ilot eirciul:ate inl this count ry. What,
(lithen beuomes of them aflter they get
If any one wtere to ask this question
in (he Assayer's department of the
Mlint they would be apt to receivo in
Ilritation that inight slightly surprise
"Coine in here," said the Mint ofi
cial ye.i-rday, leading the way Into a
little siroug-wIllc'd chaiiiher, withlout
a .in;-le wina1dow hi it, looking much
inl a cii light of the gas like an en
lIarg(ed edition ol it sate. 'T'here were
lititdred. of chnitks of smooth, bright
yrllow uwt'lal piledl uip oh hair a dozen
sun111 tirucks. These (littuncks varied
iii size. One inight be lified witl onc
ti ual. A hnother' 1 would reqfuire two
hatd.. Others could not, be lifted at
'-''h're," said the oflicial, placing
ime Of the lat(er" inl (lie Visitor's hand,
"li I hat," It was '"lifted" accorcting;
ly. It was a good lit't, too. "There
.l" about flive thousand dollars in t.hat
1ic"c," said the (4lIei:. "Move that
1 -lck once," he said, with a sly ex
''hc ituost. vigorous elort that could
ine' it't'recdill) iutiled to matke it hucge.
l'101 if, ly seventy or eighty)v of those
shinting yellow chuneks or mletal.
"T'ahere :e about t wo mliilinu dol
ht..' worth of goi in u lia1t, voln .ee
lerr-e' t'-'. over t vo Ini lliont. '('he
have b ecen chiielly Eng1l-li=h sovereiils
:1111 'r'enchl iihnialeous. '('hey cam11u
nrt' frun the ( overiniieil Assay
:ille in New tYork, where hey are
IntelildI up. EIporters., receive ete.
Vou sec, in patymuent. For goods and
m'nd thrlm to br1ok:er:, who, in turn,
sed I bcui to (lie Assay 01lk-e. whee
t hey get, Antericat gold coin for
Furlt"her talk sloved that (lie Gov
ri91nent is iccoininioca ing elough to
C':-ian ige fr.' ti li eti;rI m1i)ona1\ev cither
.telie:iCfl coina or gold 'b'ricks," or
gold inl w\ hateve' shape the owner ot
the cuuin l iniht desire. ()t'ru rl.e- ii.,
has nolhhig to do with the t antac
1 ions o the Amtericatn exporu1:tir, whO,
wanis what. he can make itiionediatelv
avilall' to the w\ants of his business
--tIe gold dolar. I;iut it has a bearin1g
Mn the liiiiuess of dentists and gold
i>eaters twhich will presently be ex
All the foreign coin thus received in
New York-or at least the bulk of'
it-goes to (lie Ascayer's o(li'e there
tor eixchange. Hlero the clock-work
method that characterizes all the Cov
eritnent departuients str1ps inl. Not a
si:)le turcigni cCoin of all ,ile millions
t hat. go 1leIre yearly is ''passed" 01
paid ihr until its value is asce'tatinled.
To do this involves some work.
Weight and quality are (lie things
soughlt. 1, is .i'st weighed, thcmn ptt
ini a pot, amnd melted . Somietimes the
t here is even so little as an eighth ofant
onnie absorb)ed tIhe p)ot must lie br'okein
anud thait precious morsel eli mi nated
from it. Atter it is melted it
is weighed agaiin. Allowance :5 miade
for thue slight loss it. iiiust. necessarily
susta:in in patssinig thrnough the cruci
bles, anid, with t his allowance, it must
exactly compara e with its orig'inal
weight as at comin. A fter its value Is
hus ascertaimied, the broker or who
eve'r brought it there, receives its
c'uivatlent in Americani gold or' gold
iii ainy ot hier sha pe lie nmay wish.
A inolier conisideralttion'obtains in the
imeltiing-u p priocers andio this is te
munke surie thait nmo counhterfe'it coini
slil b e pahineud oflonm ihe GJovernmient,
I airel does this oceenr in t he ease of
'ucld dcoii, fo(r th rea 'CSOnI that I the
brokers amid oh hers wh'lo bing them
thlure ar e geiier'ally ei't in dIe
(eel iing couniterfeils thleniselves ; but in
thie silver Mexican (dollar' It frequently
hapilpeiis, miore so, pirobabily, thanx iii
an iv1 ot' coin of that demnoinination.
COt'NTERFEITr G0oLD AND) SILv ER nRIICS.
In (lie opieraitions of' the Philadelpia
Minmt t hero are sonie littledetails which
may pro,ve interestiig. The necessity
for its hiaviing mill the facilitics possible
foir detectinig (lie spurious from the
geine ini gol and silver will niot be0
realized nttil it is knowni that quite a
trumh' in the way or the oehmange busi
iu's is conistanutly goingoni between the
Ainat and outsiders whio may haive
c'jist:mit use foi r ol leaf in a profes
sicinal way, or'with chance possessor's
whon may 'hazve old ,jewelry and watch
cebins, or for thie men who may be
hiteky enioughi to have a p)ockettXil of
dhust 01' a gol 'lrick." Dentists and
gobl-bcaters and pawiibr'okers (do
quiie a busiess with (lie Mit in
l'hmiladelphiia. T[hey fr'equently supply
goldl-beater's with metal iln good shap'e
tior inikinig gold1 foil and( gold leaf.
P'awnibrokors, with their ear-rings,
andc their breast-pins, and t heir wvatch
chintis, and their shirt stud(s, and their
sleeve but (tns, anud their bracelets, and
th iir goldl-he(aded canes, and1( their
neck chains amnd what not-,vidences
of thie miisftuni'ies of' hiuuinanty-find
the Mint a Godl-sendt to them. Thier'e
they repair with their truck after It
hits bee'n f'orfeitedl-or at least withi
such of'it as they are unable to sell at
the pr1i(ce they imaiy want-and get its
equivalent in coin. A considlerabJle
tratllc-Itf that in which there is no
priolit to either side may be termed
suich-is going onh this way bet.weenm
(lie Mint and the hawnbrokers Il the
time. Dentists, too, receive in sonme
instances all their materzial for the
manhiufacture of plates there, andl tIme
quantity of' goldl that goes out f'or
uhs purp'lose Is c'onsider'able.
brIcks lhere somietimeos," said the Miut
ofillil "with hioles bored in thieuui
tilled with lead anid galvanized over.
Soimetimes, too, we get what appear's
to be gold brick until we come to ex
amine It andI find It 'filled.' The other
day a man came here wIth a brIck that
yon would have thioughit was worth'
at twenityi thousand dollars. Came
to eamtn itfound it wvorth nothing.
It was filled, .iust a little touch of gold
on the suirface."
"What (lid you do with the man?"
"DIid nothing. -Oh, lie wns honest
enough. lHe had been taken in by
somne eharpers i tho' West, wvho had
palmed that off,on him for a large sumi
of money as a genuine gold brick.
There are manty instances of that kind.
It's not tI.o thrst that oedurred )Whre.
80 von ane tIaera. pe4 '. of lii th
care and scrutiny of the gold that
Conmes to us."
A BRICK ON Winch THEI: IS NO b1S
Unrdly was thisexplannilon flnislled
int ii thore was a lilie stir in the
weigh room. 11irst there enlered t
stout, ehuneky illvidual, lookinr like
a Irosperous, well-fed draiynan, Car
ryitg in his slnuwy arms a Siai hand
ed 1nld riveted wooden box. Every
boly il, the room seemed to know
what this Incit. '('h box was about
at loot, lon, arl 1it' al aloot Widte.
lollowlf 17e drayitan cauie at vounul
1antt1 wit,i ill uIIsigne11d recl'lipt. in Onle
hand. l'he box waus I)la1cedc1 Itouat
table, and [ito Milo IyM be(Ii:m to bus
tie aboul. ad et tie scale' in ordi.
.'lhere's somo ;>Id n,)w," said Ith13
1)olite olllial, "dust or bars. We'll
A hatchctt w:ss broI:ht., the ir'm
bantds Were Cut incd the box split
"1 believe it's a single brick," said
one o1 ihe mn1.
It was a singtlo brick, and there was
a lit te out burst Surpr ke amlong every
body at its enlorlouts sizo.
t aItt's its value? ' asked one.
"Twenl.y-thrc' t housad three hun
dlred and live ,loll;trs and sevoty-one
cenlts," said an1oth1ler.
Sure clough. There was the value
sttmpecld u1pon it.
Tihis brick was received tl'omu Col
radloby a greal sugar-ireti?ilng lirm of
this city a few hours bt'bi)re from it
eus(otnerv ilu1 teur 'West in >)iymlent
of at bill. A fter its value has been as
eeriamned the Mint will pay the firm,
itthev desire, in gold Coin. Paviiients
arte ofteln made in ;his malnier lby besi
ness men both in the South and Vost.
ltoxes ofgoll dust I'-rtiuenltly come
t'om) Georgia and North (Jarolina
tvomt bn,incs men ivinig ajacot to
the gold moii11 re;'on of those
State., to whoblin. le tirnls here in lien of
lIlou0:I). More coies to in) Mint froiu
b)lti im this 'iav than the West. The
b hulk of the gold in the West goes to
the Mint il Saill Fra)neisco.
Simnultoneo;s with the arrival of the
gold brick cume a pieka'"e of gold
itst-- rusty, yell'w looking lot. of
siII which ci141 have becn casily
"eld im Ie hollows of both hinds.
It. was woi;hed as the gold brick was,
tad the never:y"V emitt ies imado.
'l'hat t;;tle lit of (lust. which could
easily Ilaveb bn c;)Iini e indu the hol
lovs of both hands was worth over a
U-H C lO,,.._- .L '..
-The Catholic church at Aiken h
to tbe rebuilt.
-The Clcraw and ChesterT Railroac
Company is bluildi:g more box cars
increase of itsiiess Iiecessitates it
-Considernble feeling exists a
Yorkville in re'ard to tIhe sale of the
material of' the gas works to a Spartai.
--Alfred McNinclh, of Laurens, con
victed of mlansiilau;'hler, wad set'ltn1CC11
to ten years' impr 1isollmlenf ill rie pen1
tent iry. It1kwell, onmv"ic1d of th
same olhwCl., was sentelicect to ti%(
-A negro namiedl Simon1 Tyler was
run over by the ow1 ni-ht pas1 Ciet
I rall Friday evcni ng 11eaul>bbin's ota.
io,l, on the Port I'o "al 1ail oad, )Inc
his headI cointpleely v.era . .le wa
supposed to ha ve becIn ititoxicated.
Door, of Towinyille, Auidersoll1 colnty
me.t ai mlost ttragic end( by a tub of sethi
mt,filLlinig troml the mi>out.h to the bo(t
t om of' a wvell in wvhich he was at work,
st riking his head, and_causing inistat
-A gng of' twenlty-five convyict,
werel' brou'Ight to the p(enitentar orP 0
Sat urhty froln thle Greeniwood 'an
Auguvsta Itatiroatl, IheyeVllim,v; conisigi
ber iod on the way.' O)nin ui*raririva
they we eOxamtiled3( hv it Special 1)>om-('
ofphienosc1i,. conisist i( oil prs.PTadlor
Ga fit adu flowe. Tlie conihjion e
t hese coniviet's is recpresetedc( as p1 itib
--A bol rot>ber" wasi altttemplete
upon01 the( wagoni of Mr'. liradf'or'., o
Fort1 lOi on nday ni:~iht., six mile.
above.Lanens(5 er. A negro P Pel rcsenit
ig himlft c as having ambldrity IAc
search all wagonls, and1( who cimimed te
be a'reventue otllcer, haLed I he w:ioi
of Mr;. B., amid afterd going~. througlii
wvas ml the atct of' taing' oti a box o.
mlerebmandise, wihen the dri ver' knocked
tho negro dlowni several timies. Theli
t hief', wheu ho recovered hi mself, mtadc
--The'j persona Idifliculty betwieet
Earle ttyasl r'efe.rred to a boaird oft'honom
consisti ttg ef' Gen. .Jno. ID. iKenneIdy,
Ma.j. T. W. Woodward anid Caupt. HI
A. Gaillard. Thesegent lemeni puIblisi
[lie foll.owhmig card: "Genmeral (luigr
nrdl Ilitjhardsohuf the fienid of Col. ,1
J. Dargani, and Mr. WV. D1. Blanding
the fiendl( of Col. J. IH. Ear'le, havinj
at our request suibmitted to us a1l
rnmum ualeieds thie corresponidenice be
tween thle gent lemon, we have ad just
ed thei miatter's in issue between their
honorably and satisfactorily to all
-Ini accor'dance with with the poll
tion of'a large nnmtlber of' citizens -for
a f'urther. respite of' George Gary,
who wals sentIened( tO be0 hanUed(C at
Bleaufor't on Friday, supporte(r by3 a
lminber of afildavit s tend ig to show
thatt thme homicide was1 3oflmmltled in
self-defIenice, Governior Siminpsoni hast
r'espited the prisoner uiltl the 21st of
NOvemnber' next. The general impr)es
'l.On no0w iS [limt bOtlbre this r'espite ex
inres (lie gov'ernor will be Induced to
coimmutte Ithe sentence to i mplrlson
mont in the penitentiar'y for life. 'The
ne ws was received quite niuexpcetedly
by Gaiy, buithe mnaifetsted little or' ni
emotion, and appears to hiave little
apprehenisoon that lie ill be excuted.
--Speingn of' the horse and mule
trade the A tlantia Cons///Ie/,on says'l:
It is held by seome of thie drovers that
h ave atliready arrived [that p)rlcce will bo
high this year. This it is said Is e
tc';;oned( by a scareit y In the WVestern
mnarkets ef'the class of ainnls that
are stuitble for [his tr'ade. The farim..
era of the South, and especially of
Georlgla, have become so Iindepeindent
during thie past few years that they
will not buy anything bitt a first-cla'ss
horse or mile. rTe anitnals have got
to be of good sIze, well shaped a'nd
serviceable,.before a al e enin be made
to [te progressive and well-to-do
farmer of the p resent day, and Geor
gia Is getting fll of' them.
CorvLTYA RtOSES.-N(othing adds so
much to the~ comfort and beMnty of
home as th enltivetlon of flowers.
Nor'does anything add more to ,the
beauty antd comfort of' man or wvomni,
[taan the roses on the cheeks of those
in good hMlth. Dr. Gider's Liver
Pis will1waya Imna'er; this rosate
are otrtetc from Ve.thblnproductn,
omihlit in tlo'u tho l undrakn 3 or May
A.i;te, w huci in eo-t_by ptynit:i tns
aq ft t.ub)Ktit" tte ftir tnIorl, ow:1rt,an alt
,bo virtu-.a of that, mior,i, writ.houi its
bad ~t'r-etre a. ~ -
AS AN ATI-DiOUS
they Pro .ncope.r:.''.d T(hny itmtate
tt,o TG..t!P.13 ,M migrt h
io, voi1s t3Y,'.:.T t:t.,iuoto tr; o to
tuiid '-.iit uA,c a LttI 1' 3.reati. tafr
feet-<t?Ee:,r, Iul t"-t1?" ttitt are:uiiattion
f o e n : t.pow ful i nuIt)mco
sth)r.7l,i)iv.i -nt o I"'ovo P;l in pUri-+
t.l, t%t1 8V)ta', in; t,i. tsuino th b'cdy
nn,d eaiug a healthy Cautdit:c- of trno
AS AT AATI-rEMt
They havA no c:q-l my1; au Ft a,r'+nulttt
a aere rt - uatio . for .isfor,th
an1119. vr andl tigo._Upon t,:chnr.l."y
irt ;.)tai_ 1:}'" o . _on u.ois dog a:.nr,s ai t:l5
whosCy, th .i"3 i c '_0-h 111m-111:rnce.
of the prenent genertatiou. It is for the
O+r c.f thin iseasoe anl its f,.tt(wlauta,
ONndli. ?CONSTIATION, I-ILLs, ,
hav.e naintd ruc:t . wida srjn:t:-lvrej1t:u+
t)iOn. -N) _eut.dI;t lnia: evc"u.' o :lu v
ered th: -t ..ot . . n:u+4'dly sn ' . eu : o]
1h.* diggi, ory:anr y;;I- tPe . tone
o:ii. _Q1ig;*fro-c . , .,tfood!. Thi Lbeing
r.comn .iet 5,
THE E' xA'W E r. l w , 0
3nnf CCVlpofic ! of the jii^~c. o.t'3)lnts
ex<r ..:eciby vo1ot,rii!l t, _ .1es . 'c
zid nt pr"pa cip u:d ti :a i::<izteLc
rcmthey are g.iItmetd trno_ ruli
raty t.hnir Ua_t ca i::,ltuu thy mr.ost d1l
A roteJ ch::miat whols nn),lyzed them, sayo
ta Tii E 18 1Or V1IRT3C IN OII 0.V
TUT't'i IJ$, TIA t CAN BE IiOUiD
Ii't A PINT UP Ai:Y OTIR."
We thurefore any to tVio nMl-eted
Try this E:en:tdy fairly, it will not
hnrm you, ynu have nothting to
lose, iutvll surely gain a Vigo
rouas t3ody, Pw!a Etlood, 1!trong
Nerves and a Choerful MYlnd.
Prluoll.nl Oree, 35 Murry St., N. Y.
PRFCE 21 CENTS.
Sold by 1):u;:ia thrwtt toul t!. world.
GRAY i..ra o, teyr:g;i ch.+n}.i to a or.oosr
"-, h y e R . n ::.,to -G a l" it I) ,t. tr int.
v.+-t- n i Jtir" l (& "r. n*cl i .,t t,aconi:.y, n)iP is
tir -I, t,. '. "in. a"e'r. b30k ly i I..:ug,intI,ot
a '. b3) "x .. :+ ;.'. ip +U ( 1St.
Otfc Murray 3t., New York.
-,. v e a hea'rty 01ne."
"'Your Pi l;s are iarivel us."
"1 send for another box, an d kpthem
in the ht.ue."
"Dr. IHolloway has euredmyhaah
that was chironie. lyeaai
"] :gav. one of your Pills to mny baibe
for 'Tolern manrbus. Tuo dlear lit tle
thtinz gfot well in a day."
'dy nafuse)a of a morning is now
"'Your box of 1Iolloway's ('intment
eure me of:oises in 'the lheml. I
rubbedr som of your Oinima-nt behind
"n-metwo boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25i
e'nts, but the medicine to meI' is worth a
"No;nd moe five bnea' of your Pills."
"Let m have th:ree~ boExf" of your
rills by return mil,fo cils n
I have over 200J such testimionials a
theseC, 1:uit want of space compells 3.10 to
'IFon CUTANEOUS DISORDERlS,
And all eruptions of the sk~in, this Oint..
mnt is most invaluable. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates
wi' h the most searching eoects to the
very root of evil,.
RIOLLO WA Y'S OINTMENT.
P'oRse?ssed of this remedy, every men
may bo own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the ;)ystem, so na to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these means, cures
sores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
livor, spine or other parts. It is an in
falibl reedyfor bad legs, bad breasts,
conratedorstif oins,gout, rheuma
tism, an d all sk in diseases.
IMP'OaTANT CAUTION-None are genuine fm
less t he si,rnature ofJ J.1AYDOoC, as agent, for
the.United States surrounds each box of Pills
and 1intment. Itoxes at 25contf, 02 cents, and
fl~There is considerable saving by taking
the large: sizes. JIOLLO WAY & Co.,
feb 15-ly NwYork.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortmenta of Liquora in the Bore. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celobratod 01(d Nectar,
1840; Three flarrols of fine old Rye Whis
key': 1st, Old Imperial Cabit Whiskey,
9 years oid; 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle, 9
ditto; 3rd, Roanokoe Rye, the oldest, 18
ditto. Corn Whiskey of the b'est grades,
North Carolina Corn,hweet an (1 Sour Mash.
of the best grados Also, Wines and Bran,
dlies of the fineut brandd, I have also a
fine lot of Cigars and Tobaceo which I
Iwill dispose of at reasonable prices for
cash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
youI right. Philla.delphiia Lager Beer al
ways on hand from the cel.eibrated ftrmn of
Borgereund Eego;l. You can anid me at
alltmosat the Barutn,lor the Winnreboro
110te1, next (leer to D). t. FloeIken's.
Call and see me. J. CLENDINING.
e A week In yottr own town, and no
J apitel ris erl. You can glye t,he
-tsiness a trial without espemse. The f)ost op.
portuni ever oilered for' t,hose willing t,o
work. You shoubt t ry not.hing else vnthil you
see for yourself what, you can do at, tho busti.
ness we offer. No room to expiain here. You
can devote all your time or orly your spare
time to) thme business, and make great pay for
every hottr that you Work. Women make as
muczh as men. Send for special pMyvalo terme
and part-houlars, which- we mail troo. $5 outI
free, D)on't compi itu of hard ,ti u#0s while you1
have such a chlane ddrefss
HI. IA LLEd' & 00.. Portland, Maine,
fjOi the celebrated. 'idthews
1184Old Cabinet nLye, afll, at F'
~ ~ iCRT 0 ear of Market
Y-MLLOW FEVER--BLACK VOMIT'
It Is too s0o3 to 'orget the r:tvages of this
I I rr' IbIie l'e:tso, whiltl Will no doutt ret.irn in
1 liuc lutllrit,t anti virutout, forl it thio fall
INIciue 1/8 lEEPATINB, a renedy tllcoy
eel it Soutierni ? iblh aitntI uted wvithit ch i
otntute'fItIl retsutc lit 8011t Auerica where tie
m od agrai va1'tVttrl 1:ases Of ft:Vtfr aret (otllnl,
c"'i,tIs,-s b'ut ote- to two ottnces of bIle tA ic
ittred or st.ralned front the blood elcit time It
i.t".;r- l1rttlgh Ite liver, as long ais it it excess
i bile 1) l 4is. By Its lwortterfuil actiont on t,ie
Ilver:u :ni tiStail Ii IxP.tTNiE: not only p'e
Ven5t it a c'rtality ity kind of Fever and
slek Vonti t lilla nlso cures Ile aeho, Constt
i1 It i til t4 n:)"eW s, Dyspepsia 1111 1 all
No nae rt'i fear Y'ellow Fover who will
( Jt"i M itI h \! :il P'oii iltori an exct:i of bile'
I r' it I bloo:l by 11;tt!k Mu\1!atie..'s IIF:1'A'rl';
Whlcli tsol by all I)-itr sts lin 2) cent uncd
'kl.o') tt14..i, 0r Will be sent by ex press by i
A. F. M EItEL, & CO., Pllla., Pa.
Dr. Peilberton'y Stillingia or Queen's
I -'1.'he reports of won(trftul Cures of Itheuntia-ItIlrsliIbe.t.ttcleCom .patso
rol. tti, S; a 9tl. t tli tn, 8ypIhll, Uitier,
Ii8z tti Sores, thtat corne froan al. ptarts of
the 04111 itry, are noI only reinarkable but so
I'll r:iculo4 at Iof .lotbtect w.s it not for the
abuudantco oIf p)roor.
I orarkablo Cure of Scrofula, &c.
CA-;E OF COL. J. C. IIRRANSON.
KuxesTom, UA., September 15, 1871.
(li's :-ForI t("('ni 'ens I htave been i r(at
Si: ITert' front Sci"ofltl In lts tilost (113t"eislltg
fornit. I It-tve beel collnnii to myv room an
inl fr f; eten yearts wtllIt scroftiltou ulcera
(ts. '1I , If0.5tot app)Iroved telerllca rot. Sit(,lt
ce, htadl he setts, lel re it, o.tiniltt
tilystll n1 c'ortriu et(I, it'tiut a 1 d.y (Ieetled
t)enellt. T'ius 1prostrated, (Ilstrsse,tt desontl
n, I was attivI.e(l by Dr. Ayer. or Floyd Cotmt
1t. (it., to coinlin'lle the ttse or yotr Cnlpoun(1
Ext t'at ti 1 hIit. Lan(.riage Is its ltnsuflitent
tt ldie;:"lb (tl, relie I obtaIld froin tie use of
he: 811111 o1laite s It 1s to convey lat adelaitte
la' 01I lhe Iilenlsty of my suflferiig before
t5Iuitg yOutr lfnedicie; stltllele'rit to say I a&baii
(illt ill other remeieles ltii otlnttde( th.e use
(f your Irxtract of Stlllingla, unill I ctn say
trwly h I a Citue o will t)nllt," Or li 'lsease,
wIt1 thinlig to (ib.itrtue'l, te ativ plIY~1)rsul. or
rty pore:ilon Nlore p t grine lt otitls lhve
elapsed t~Ilici ttlst remtarkable curoe witout
lily return or te disenserva '
I'b)" MhO trth of I Ite above statetnol:t, I retor
toa any genitlemn~ in Bartow County, (it. antd
to I lie in('ulbe. s or t he bar or ClterokeeA Circutt,I
who itre neiu1itted1 with lite. I sltall over
rmain, wiI t i iepetiti;raIltude,
J. U. IIRANSON, At,'y. at Law.
W ET POINT, (A., Sept. 0 1870
dayT of9 tl 'stglt was 141n oitlon in 25t.h
.a\y or itte. 10na3, With nat,s s )liipposed to be
\ctti rhlunlausin, 1111(1 was tre:tedl for the
x,it)J V, ' no succe.s. it .\iaura1l, followinig.
pleees of bore t:u to work out or ol right
atn, antd coitl itto- t o appeaci 1111 all thet bone
tr, tte elbow to the shiitllider Jntt caine o't.
Many plece:; of bon camno Oti, of right foot and
leg. '1 It case was tIlen prontounced one or
Wtli Swellig. Attr taving been confined
abMlt,'AIX yels to hieri b0(1. 11111 lte Case (OOll
sItIereti hop elte, I was hiduced t Iry hr. Ion
bertont's COmlpotnl Extract, of Stillingla, and
WaSC"o w;ell sat1Istihl wit I1ts effects that I have
cotl(inttt ihe use of It until the present..
ly (lalughteIor wasCol,Ilne(l to her bed about
six rlars before sIe stt iul or eveI tutrned over
Wtrhnut help. She now sits ip, all (lav, and
.ws 'r -in, of her I lint-lits walkedt across the
ri,. lier genoral te.tlt.h Is now gooi, anld I
lti'llve. sho wIll, as her limbs gain ;trength
walk well. I ill trlbte hIer recovery, wtitl the
le'sti of God. to the use of your invaluable
%-lt gratitude, I am, yoirs truly,
W. 13. I1ILA:'"OND.
WFSNT \t POINT, O. et.117
NTjI :--The zabove iertlleaite ol Mr. W. B.
li nitn we know and cert Ify io as being true.
h i 111ig Is so; htuitdret" of t I inost, respect
eId Illi."t s will errt fyo It. As much reference
can b' givena a, n)s.V be re,iulreil.
('1t. A\; W (i ; WA 11 Eli, Druggists.
llUN. II D). W I.LIA318.
I O D I. lE : ;i ;E t ''A 'S T IL L TN O TA Is p ro -
plr" .1 h A F. 31 1:,li , , () ,'hla., lia.
:old by. al llr)'i, ;s 't a 4 .. bolt les, or sent
hb t .\1., U. A Ve1ts Waaled to canvass every
nI for n(iok--"f'lrloes SIory"---freu to all.
: :cI:es vent. to poor people payable in Instal
OR~'* t!eee hnjf-.dime smtoke, try
-a.; "T be SmheLr," superior' to all
ouhiers, r; 1F. Wi. iiAB3ENIHT'8, Rear
of Town Will
SPOO L COTITON.
ESTIA !u,L'rE) D 112.
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Tho'distinctivo 'featuirest of thtis spool
cotton are that it is made from the Very
SEA4 ISLAND COTTON.
It is finished stoft as the eotton from
which. it is made; it has no waxing or
artillolal finish to deceive the eyes; it, is
the stI'ongest, amlootheoat an d most elastic
Rowing thtread in the market; for mtaehine
sowving it has no equal; it is wound on
WIIT E S PO OL 8.
The Black is the most perfeot
ever produced in spool cotton, being
dy~ed bya system patented by ourselves.
.The eco rs are dlyod by the
NEW A NILINE PROCESS
rendering (tom so perfect and brillhant
that dress-makersq everywhere use thtem
instead of sewing siks..
A Geld Medal wvas awarded ithia spool
cotton at Paris, 3878, for "agreait strength''
and "1genieral ex cellenco" being theo high
est award given for spool cotten.
We Invite comparison and respoetfully
ask ladies to give It a fair trial an d eon
vinee themnselves of Its superiorIty over
To be had at wholesale agd retail of
NEW GOODS I
A LARGE and choico lot of Au
gusta Flour of all the dliffrrnt
grades. Fresh Boiled meal and
I earl Gutst,
A. nico lot of Brashjl B3ound hncl.k,
ets--Red and WVhi6o (Jodar, Tilbs,
Axe lHndles, &o,,
CHEAP FORL CASH,L
W . DONLY,
sept 28 On the Corner,
6i~ lod t8O,~rytI okd~.
Tims standard article is compound
ed with the greatest care.
Its effects are as wonderfnl and as
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing las been
found so efl'ectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, "The con
stituents are pure, and carefully se
lected for excellent quality ; and I
consider it the BEST .REPARATION
for its intended purposes."
Price, One 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
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef
fectually produces a permanent color,
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Nanufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
OoA by an anggsts, au4 Deausr Ia Yeiioia
outhern Puirehasers of Pia,Sos, Or
gans, Musical Publications tnii
Small Musical In strnients
who are alive to their
own interests w
buy froin the
M USICAI Li-1POT OF-i- IIE OUT.
LUDDEN & BATE.S'
1i.t.w s..C". "- abtir lm.i ,... A' t-.-. liZs+t
7o i":h':'on & Co. N. 1.. ix. , . .
CH!U.ETON . ' O 'aA RL Tm U.
A. n.It e. inrownt l.iehr.
Savanttah, (Ga.,l ii (.hIoand Mtstcal Centre ofa
soii'l Musicavtl Sout,h. atul irom thtis Central
IM1'lte $I 11 lots a l it udes*ti o
Itioe unnm ii e, t l i-in
uiixn r "a ne- aid 'f.'im
. ~lAre inawa the; I' 1.-a
'Ihi01y3 sale of L,bu kinti evoir .iu .cesn~
a raIe otit in the U. S. Five thts ar ii sind
n a ' r atFatory 1Rates for Cashl, or
TPen of the leading Alatnuractx!rors of the U. 8.
aveY given i oXeln.sive control of their i
init eSoh,ndutoiju to)tt a
nor iter bhot.chisinexaix ha repr 1taSivo
SEE THlE PRfICES.
PIANOS 7 Oct. fnne nose wood Carved $2
PIA NOS 7)X Oct. scinare Grand su.$25
OerbCaUnto wiV,h stoolan $5
Al susa .~lIatrxi nL . Makei's fnm
he freighit if ino aa.e. A Larlal cryii.el we.. yia
nt,rumenlnt don't, suit. D)on't hesitte oo.
RIASON AND IHAML,IN ORIGAs.
- MIAsoN, '[iMA LIN
Chireht anl iti alor
Ogans. Not, Lowest
Jrced a nid DO" rest,
hutt liihs Pu,:ieed
'IStops, only $80. 10
.p.s, only $'X, y: it
srror Top, only $ii0.
P'oloub,ot & Peltwa
)rgans, 61 Stops, onl
- - 10 steps wvilh
- 01 ocimusiflt, only '$100.
rEa landr -li altortsa lo 0 crcular givn
lior - 0gn ilet ilkorng, Ilallot & Davis
aVoor,rti Plaos Sia horn ('em, Dixto and
'aoto and storli Mon & Hlaminit Poloubt &.
eton. An Srien Owe g.ins al11 idillted In thisa
ruentA olaest sep No rrvo. Alt new In.
Irumontslet of ifa sdtle.real.~t from Factory.
ITr0 by any Ilos. 1 ntiiet vr
[MPORt''ANI' For $10 on a,
ii organ, lvwi iolive er Piano or *t on
. If loit,i thooa ei ght patid toanty
g-DEN & RATES.
TO0 T tl y,n r $J to sn a day
ndono wyouar tonai N'o risk. wVo.
in tho amunt ta,nIalovn mako more
make mnny fnst. Ay -)t cnn 0a ail -r
ont (ain make front5 0ti ets to$an hor bhy wo-k
)ting your olnlng and1 til anim o tlt o
usinoen. N~oiin iko It pormone man
tor offeredi brio miiio lnsayt Mant
triotIy honora ble. * dr0 its pleasant, to
flowa abotat tilt' best, pnI* b* If . no n teoo
10 ad ll yen i tnuoa. a tnosbfr
('0; amples wIyOlit ft'i 111, Private terms
akeM O' M 80fi'oo yen ean then
'ILL for the "Modelt-a4Iree for
)2500ontB at3. W. Hnauron-r