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TOWN AND COUNTY.
TUESDAY, October 14, : a 1870.
TEIMS oF TPill Nuws A)1ND III.,t>.
--Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per
(121nnu1, 1in 'advaneC; weekly edition,
two dollars aid fifty Cents pe)r(I n1um,
in advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of five and upwiards.
R A'ras oF Av ERIsiN o.-On0 llar
per inch for the first ilsertionl, 11,1(d
iftly cents per Inch for each sibscq lent
inset ilon. These rates apply to a il ad
Vertisemits, of 'whatever nal ce, ad
are p ayible striotly inl adviaice. Con
f rais for. three, six or welve illonthis
rIunde on very liberal te ius. T'lrim
sienti local nlotices, fifteen cenis per
line for thle fist insertion anod seven
an1d one-hall'1 cents per linle For eachl
subsequent.isrtion. Obituaries and
tribtes of' respect. chargIed as adver
Cisements. Simple unnouncements or
Iar11ria"'es 11ad (leath published mr o
Al llcotlliltiols, of whatsoever
1lflintur, shonld he addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing CompanyN
Winnsboro, S. C.
RAIl.toa) SolEiri.Es,-The follow
ing is the preseit. sceltdtile of arrivals
oil the C. C. & A. tailroad, up1)on1 tho
basis of Washigtoll time, which is
t4leeLl iilites faistser I h ll niiisboro
I AY PASSENIlan--(aO1NTI NOII.
Coluinmbia, 10.18, a. i.: Blythowood,
1,38; Ridgeway, 11.57; Simpson's,
12.12, p). i.; Winnsboro, 12.28; Ad
ger's, 12.42; Wihite Oak, 12.60; Wood
ward's, 1.02; 11lackstock, 1.08; Clies
ter, 1.38; Charlotte, 4, p). mn.
NIHIlT PA."ENGiEl-GOING SOUTHI.
Chester, 2.41, i. m.; Corn wal l's,
105; Utlackstock, 3.16; Woodward's,
3.22; White Oak, 3.35; A dger's 3.-14;
Wiumsboro, 3.57; Simpson's, 4.13;
.cltieway, .1.30; Illythewood, 4.18;
Columbia, 5.2)7; August a, 9.-45, a. Im.
-Thelse traiiis stop only at thie toi
lowing stationls hetwoo Chilolt and
Columblia: Fort M ills, Hook Hill. (,htes
1 m.', Winnsboro1~1., Rlidgewvay, lythie..
wood. Olier staltiois are recogiized
as 'fag stotions."
FitEI;IlT TniA IN-G;oING NOIITIT.
Colimiaila, 5.30, a. In.; lIly thewood,
(.45; IHidgeway, 7.20; Winnsboro,
8.30; Woodward's, 9.50; Cornwall's
10.25: I-iester, 11.05; Charlotte, 3.45,
FlEIGIITi TRIAIN--Go!N( sOL"T)1.
Chesidr, 9.05, a. m. ; Cornwall's,
10.25; latekstock. 10.45; Woodlward's,
11; Winnsboro, 12.15, p. m. ; lRidge
war, 1.30; llytheiwood, 2.15; Columa
--Tihese frei'ght (rainls have a coach
athached and lrun (aily, Stinidaiys ex
Fo' Sale-D. I. Flenniken.
Sherifl's Sale-John B. Davis, S.
,Tohn Lqueiex, a young imilattt-), on
Friday i last felonionsly issaulted a
colored child, the, dauhiter of' Frank
Wilhliams8, on wvas bailled by her cries
for laid. lie fled, and his not yet been
nrrested. Lequeux forged anI orlde
on at store several years agro when a
small b )ov. Ito richlly deserves, the
peniten'ltiarly. No pains should be
spalred1 to catch him.
Pr-:nsoNA L.-Wle received a enll on
Monlday hlfr Mir. Earhio L.. JeningiI.s,
g'eneral trave'ling ageint of' I le AuxgustIa
Cawnicenh..ul ,s osii 'ia iii. W e
are pleed to leax'n t hat. tbis paper is
in Ge'orgia and this S'ite. M:'. Jlen
Capt. T. H.Clrse, dlinst e
coeacandidate f'or tihe Legislature,
fowic)osit~ioinmanyv fien~ids have
aske himto r'un. Hoe feels that his
piaeengag'emcnts have a prior.
claim upon1hi. Capt. Clarke would
havemad Chapel resent iative.
brought torw riv e insni catle.
Tb atebegan to run, mnd the boy
attepte tohead them off'. The
horemaknga sharp'l turn, slipped
and urnd asomersault, breaking its
neck and fr'acturing tho boy's ar'm.
Mr. Chpelhas been farming thirty
01n0 yealr, and has lost twcunty-onie
head of stock. Ton of theso died of
2disease, tower'e killed, three had
legs broken and wore dispatched, and
six were stolen.
A correcspondent sends aglowinag ac
count ofterecent entertailnent by
the WmnsMissionary Societ~v of
Montiello. Several per'sons n'om
Winnsoroamong them tihe editor, in
tended to go, .but by ti blunider on the
part of the latter, ther'e was a doubt
whlether it was on Wednesday or
Thursday evening, and this could not
be settled in time to attend. We 1hop)
we slall be informed of the next enter
tainlmen~t, and we will be present or
else breoak a trace somewhere along
A CA~T S~ony.-A gentleman livin~g
in tile Bethel neighborhood furnishes
the followving eat story: About twven
ty years ago two litI lo boys tied stones
to two kittens' necks, and threw thomn
in the . branch near wvhere he was
plowing, about seveni o'clock in the
mnornlig. At twelve o'clock the same
day, he wvent to tihe branch to water
his hor'so, and saw the kittens lying hii
the b)ottomf of the branch cold1 and stilf',
apparciutly dead. At four o'clock in
the afternoon a storm came up. Going
to the branch at sun'dowvn, he heard a
noise in a raft some distance be
low the point where the glowning
took place. Removing .the iaft, he
took out one of. the kittens, with the
.rock still arounid its neck.. Obserybygi
signs- of life about it, lie took it homo,
dried it off' tind applied means of' re
viving it.. it lived nie or ton yeafs,
and became the mothor offuutmbdr of
on the place. Oar inornit is a geni
tliman of integrity, and voucues for
the truth ofthe story. lie asks scien
title m1 4 1i xphliin this case of suts
pended anhnaill11tiol, as the ci rcum
stances were apparently enough to ex
iust evenI the iiie lives of tie average
.JoulNn.us-ric.-The Abbeville ,Ile
diun ha1s resilined its forller size a311
is Iow anl eiglit-columtiln II paper, filled
with news, in addition to its lively
editorials mid those utiniue locals that.
hat1ve long beeni a distinctive fiatture.
11y the wayv this 0111reient, is coini
cilent wvitih 01 reduction of the Slate
debt, fromi which wve might inlfer that
had there beenl a tota311 extinction of, the
debt fite ledium wotuld have been .
nnaiible to cotiniti itself'. We wish ill,
ithe Mediuimls, froi the (xentrIal dowin
to the smallest of the "little Medium3s,
-OOd luck and prosperity.
Tle Kershaw Gazelle, stimulated
by the evidences of returni ig prosperi
ty, has spread itself to 11111a11a111th pro
port(.ions, 11(1 njoW appearls as an31 eight
co1u1n quarto. It claims precedence
ats the biggest country weekly inl 1he
South. The Becards arc stirring fl
lows, and hative the right sort ot push
about them1 to inke a paper succeed.
The Camndenl oJurnadlihas also en
lrged to quarto form, and proposes in
i larger field to continc its utsefulnuess
to I li: people ofKershaw. The Jour
a2111 is now ill its thirt y-eighthl volhne,
and uider the editorial limnag(eent
of Capt. T. 11. Clarke, and proprietor
ship of Mr. G. G. Alexander, it is
taking a high stand.
NOT2'ES FOtM MONTICE LLO.
Tho Ladles ne, Vork--A Splendid success by'
INIONTICIELLO, October 7.-Loiig time
ago, in good old ane-bcl/um days,
this little village was the most noted
place ill the icoility for hose-cig
and aill the evils which could 111ise
fr1omii such sport. 11immediately after
tile will' cfl'orts vere m1ade to reinst ate
the old gaie, but they fitiled. .1 sup
Pose the cause wa-1s that the "'old bon'es"
brought home from lthe war had run
theitiselves out carryinig their masters
tovard and rom tie Y I ankees. Never
Iind what thc Cause of' the Fatilire,
they race no more. Persons who
knew and Visited M[oiticello theini, it
t were by i ha (0 to happen here
on a1ny pb!ie day, would be surprised
to wvitness te change fo inmorilliry
to m10or1s well worthiy ofrany comiui
nity. 111 all thischan1ge, We mu no)
1orget "wo(mnl," 1,1' to them1, there is
10 donbt, at ;grelat. deal is du. Their
hand1are lnever idle. In3 all good
wvorks you can.see thei engraged hul-ge
ly fill!] u lliarnestly. Whell a combia
tion by them is formed to adviince
lany uniidert1aikiig. you bot they will
slcced. It 3ma1y wvell be said, "Let
IOn11ut go liclid, a11111 ma1 .will fol
low'." bonieo1113no ago thle Chistian3
w~omenCI of tis nlcighlborhood formed0i a1
miss'ionary' society for' tile purpol3se o
forwar'ding the Gospel to thle hea3theni.
They were laughedl lat 3and( d15isaged
on eccry hand1(, but tilbat determlhination1
which chara'3cteizeAs themll in ll1 thev
attemplt, will surely, thrloulgh 1)er1se
veranico, lead them to a1 tr'impifhnt
success5. Teni day3s ago we "Rebs" of'
tis viciniityv hafd the pleasurle of' he
holding on1e of thle lluest-set tables
(and feasted theo'rent too) that we have
seen) since tile warl. Tre~. w~as boiled
custard, syillabuh) (bult no0 spike),
chic1ken3 sala1d-well I would haIve to)
cal11 SOmle 13ady3 to enlumierate thme good
thing nic0 to s'atisfy~ thle taste of theO
most fastidious was1 there iln aboild
ance1(0 itwas jutst such at supper01 as1
miighit ha3ve beeni exycted, wheii the
eniterpirise was headed by such en1er
getic indies as Mrs. Jameis McGill.
Mr's. .J. M. Kirklandc, Mrs. .J. R1. Lupo,
Mrs. G. P. Martinl anid others'. Ot'
course you knol w that a fellowv had1 to
pa1y is fifty cents before lhe could see
aniythinig, but if lie was not -b.ankrupt
ed, y'ou bet by thle time Miss Annla
Dawkinis, Miss Mattic Lupo, Miss
Emma 1l3abb)3and3a host of other y('ung0
ladies got through with him11, his
p)ockets wvould bie lighter than one
wolid ima3.ginle, if he was unot too
hiide-h~oundi and1( stinigy to deal inl mo30
to(es, cats, '"pups),". &c. Well, rather
than try your patiee alny lonlger, 1
wvill say that tihe oulterf ahnn~ient was so)
mluchi of a1 success, tha~t theo society
haIvO determIned to have anlotiher, of
wich~i you shall1 hearll morel. NaP.
A W~oNDEl~'RU CoK.-FcliX Meier'
of D~etroit, hats dievotedl len years amt3(
$7,000 to thle cons8truct3ion of' ai clock.
It 1s eighteen feet hlighi, eight broad,
and weighs two tons. It 1has a1 great
Ivar'iety of automatic devices, but theO
most remarkable are those coilnleted
with thle striking of tile time. A t t he
01nd of every qua~rter' 1hour3 31n inf'ant inl
a carved niche strikes withI a iinv h1am
mer~l upon~ tile boil wh1ich 1he holds1 in)
his hand. At the end of 011ch 1half
hlour a youth strikes, at thme end of'
thre'e-qunarters of an hour a man11, at
the end'of each hour a gray-bear'd.
Death then follows to toll thle 1hour1.
At tile same11 time a lar'ge music51 box
begins to play, andn11 sceto0 is cIiaCted
11p)on a platform'. Wamsingtoni slowly
rises5 from a chalir to ills feet, extenid
ing is righlt hanld, presentinig the
Deciarationl of Inidepenldence. Tile
door on thme left Is opened0( by a8servanlt,
'admitting all the Presidents f-om
Washigton's time' also de facto
Pr'esident Haves. Each is dressed in
the co0stumne o'f 1118 time1, and3( tihe like
nlesses are good. Passlng in file befor'e
Washinugton, they face, raiseotheir hlands
as they app~roactl h111m, and, walking
na13Lurall~y across thle platformi, disapi
pour1 th~rouigh the opposite door, which
is pr'omp tly closedi behind thom- by a
tempr'ar'y. WeT din't follow the
game,6 but h30 might have got il ol's a
hnrdit to coato fIeld, or a hotinier
to thlh'd, badly ifib'd, or a daisy cut
terl'ti ' a eldjhk t 11 easy eniough~ to get.
huoift foMl 3,01 t1On Ol tr~i and hiMWO
211 XE II YonIK 'b us.
164a Days 01n BrOacinnyt3 N11ttnbwret -A Vei..
eratIle Nu1112mr, ita 1n Lt t Logi- fnving
Place to 'St reet L .ilron,..
[Correspinleiste (.1 1 he New Yor k 'Il imes.]I
It wo'uhi hanly be Fupposed by the
shtratiger at a disance that with ill te
receit'r of iln oriprovement. in, i
nicipal locoinlotioltit(th streets of the
n'etropolis should still be enuinbered
by such chnsy vehic1es as the old.
huihioneod omibu. To our great an
oyanice anld ds-ilust, it is mo, all Ohe
e-'il trust het we il the ratles int liig 111
and the elovated railiroud 1 niis is both
sti i aki nd ridiculouts. N York
alys lovel its o1n Pibuis syslem, mnd
refulsed to tiirPow it overboard wheni
the slreet cars were introduced, some1
lwenty-ive years ago. The strong
hlid which ihle olillibilses 11:i oil (t
aiiffietionis oi, (lie citv had i origin
pi iieipaily inl the oppositiol whieb
wrsFelt to at railroad inl Uroathvar.
alny hunhedek of, thoumnds( ordoth~rs
have beent spent, ill light ingt this Broad
way qluestionl. The poet-odr
and tle ollilibisilel for yearis opposed
the laying of, tile rails oil the Street.
Now the property-holders are Col
vinced that tit(ey made a mistake. The
r'et ra rle has neirly 1il. that part of
the ilagi(lficen t. aveell t which has no
rails o it, and has gOlle bove Four
teenih th slit, where the horse cars
t ravel freely, alloluigh itlue sirect is
r11r1OWeir th :i below Four-leelith.
The oinniblus mn are no lnger. pow..
irTulo to oppose tile la. ing or th; ra. .
Their days are Itinbered and their
(doom1 is eied. The twell or thirl.y
lines ot 0o11iniseIS, which lused 1 ) to rat
tie their ni6%v wVy throuighi the city
slrcels, nlave ;lvilwndled to thriec. Whein
tile rails awo hliid oil roadway, ais they
Soon will be, these three lines will be
amlong. t he t hing's of, Ithe% past , and Pew
people will laent them. - When the
Ald ti-ings shall haive gone we will
wonider. that. we cever permlilled stich
einbi oils and ilconvenient, vehicles to
c~rowd ourl streets.
TiE 03MNI lW'S ITSi.P.
No mi:i erial i ill provein )n In ilts beenl
inade ill the omn11 ibius ft a quarter of
i cli en1ur . It, is Ih" s. 11 t ie cluilsy
thilngX tha1t; it alwavs was. It is to'o
high ronii he0 pauient, (uid is ditli
lult (o Clinmb intio anld out of,. Its roof,
is too low, an1d kllov!ks over' their eyes
[lte biats ot 'arly ill tlie iiiei who get
in. Its receptacle or thi re ioney is
not easv o Iapproach, and the driver
muinot co11nUveintly naakechiangev from1
his box onl high1, while he(, is raving'.
wit .sme, oter<river. Thle wearl
and tear n lie whel. is so eventI hat
Ihey have to be very iawavy. iad Fright
IIu I i., the 1io e th I lev ia ke1 as they roll
furlioutsly tin - Itg the( "(reets. Th, e
Old-tianeC o4innibuses were inl manly in.
tancevs piinted inl ,ogen I 14Scolor.:; and
wit h la borale rl ist ic devices. Mod
e1rn'l Oiliibus Owner.s 1oun11td that the
people wvoul paty as mutch For at ride inl
a plain white coach as lor vidinig .ill
Lone1 C whoSe decorations cost a great.
[1cal 0ltofm1oney. Si two of tile three
lihes wlich still exist are IiodestIV
while, while the ibird, whlich r-unis to
Fuiltiioi ferry, is a briihit blue.
.None but, a skill'tul driver dare un
dertake to navigate lan Oilliblus
thrssog thei~i sandt caraes, wagonsia
t1hrougheO~ br ioaway. A ita who11 hats
habdrire' experiecde i bdrin alost,
thie itop of a .~ ro hea 'u soonra vind
hiimsl thegui centr ofllibl ar entangle
nies o eilead hioocre, atd the
'oet of .lnuc. unpliat ronaid t of.
lizeds as li mtgi ive ooe n nloos ing
tabe epnitt ns. r Whe sevra taits
01the se i liey as aything
liTwless tUnb. Withte aid lofda
iurider, is astoniished to find that it
was all rox eJprecriea nihl.
Wh leni the I rtoad~way raLce)s take
pla1CC thley~ ar1C spirite~d. Nothting de
terruted~C tr'ial of' speed. But no rae
ig is liable to itnterruptioni. A4 p)as
seniger from withain pulhls the strap, or'
ant applicanlt for' a ideIC beckons fr'om
a CUr'b. Thlen the raccliust su(ddnly
stop), to the great disgust of the 01bari
oteer's. I' thie om nibus is g'oing at full
speed, the pa~ssenlger' who wants to
get out. has 1 )1 topll) I tap with all
hlis might atnd main. TPhe dr'iver takes
nto notic of' the first few pulls. Then
the passenger, i' lie is a little man,
begins to storm anid scold. If' a
big man lic- pulls more violenttly aind
Itugs ait tile striap~ as it' lie wIold pull
ie dot'iver', like an elotigated sausagef~,
thr'ough the roun11d hole mi the top wmii
dow. Th'le driiver stops5 all of a-. sud(
den, kntoks the angr'y mian down by
(lie concussiont, thriows himt into the
lays of' (he othier pass'enger's and10 mash
es his hat. Tbcl~ man theni leaves the
omnlii buis, strokin~g hisA hatt, slhaking his
fist. anud v'owing a"'ainst. the drliver ai
vengpenitice which 1e never executes.
'The diver' whaips up his steeds to over
tako the oppositioi omnilbus, into
whose rear dooi'-panoel hi delights to
thrust his pole0.
There arc more passenger's than for
mierly. W~hien tile elevauted r'ailr'oads
revolutioniized street tralle the omnibus
men01 saiw their only salvation ill a re
ductioni of the lfare fr'om tent cents to
five. An omn~tibus ride was never
wvorth at dhuci, excep~t to peCople of hles
tire who wanted to view lihe scenlery
along Br'oadwaty. Thie ide eonsues
nearly twice as much timno as that by
horse ciars, anid the passeniger gets
awfully johied. Trho onily hope for
coimf'or't in ani omnibus is wvhenl it 1s
dnd to Oudo That keeps) peoplO from
having their teeth shaken out. The
ihe ent bijiness hans renewe1Vd the
youth ot' the omibuiiisesi. Now they
areo packed,.jammed, fillied to over
flow.'ing w1ith all mannert~li of people w~ho
cirowd ito tem, upon them and ont
the steps behind thtem. Formterly,
when the seats of an omnibus wvere
fuill, that was all of it, until comeboy
got out and made rooim for somiebod
else to got in. Not so now. Nar'towv
as the nisle Is, people stand int TIt
bumping their'~ hats.tgain~st the toy
with every bounce of the omnibus.
Some of theses people carry onus and
umbrelhts, invariably b in1;g. themi
cros~yl5Oes t o (geatdin dut~ugd di
tito eh nd nosos of the peoplo who
slt. 'Some of theng are savages of the
1%wkiteoe trbbodvho grasp the knees
And thighn of other people hu orern to
ettre ahold. Somet inei the passen
gers wh.Ito have SC:t le(.s. I s('11 10)2.
an1ld otherwisemo to r spread them(1 11
selves uxurioutsly.. The 111:in who, ill
reachillg upt) to tithe conitribiutiont box
to Imy his titre, sttinl Wes ol eri the cross
legg(led perso), is very 1ap1t to give hin
Ill I('CcidentlI I kick. Mii 1n1(d bov
who eallinot fin1d 1.0o inside, or wiI(
dto not wvant it, clainber tup to thie root
an1d sit oin tihe edge, dangling their
niulddv boobs dowIn to at leve'l with till
bonnelos of, the lady passengers inlside.
On the roof they silioke anid spit a;
mchtioi ais tiev wanlli to. Ill spilling
thicy requenily hit the lower straltuli
of' passenigersi, but tere ki no extra
clalrge for it. On the Steps stand, ill
nInyam hntancs, two or. thrlee mn.
Th'1ev freiieiilily smoke two..(nil
(igar IS. ,1r.1rl of Ille pref erenIwes
of(l'.he ladies inl the (OCh ior a sr iSuperior
Irtee~v or tobacco.
The thrl1ee lilies of comch-e r1111 to
thr~ee o1' the grtt feries-.8 outh Ii 'r-.
rv, WaIl Sr eet an11d Fu'iltoni. Up1
Broadway their rmnte is tile sa1me
as Iite as to 1"oiuiteenth. There tihe
Wall street. line shoots oil' to Madison
aVIle and(1 reaclics (rand Centra vl
Depo). The Fulton 'iry I line gocs
to Firth avenle. The S4thIi 14err
tiine continues up1 Broadwaly to Twen'.
tv-I hird, Ihere it crosses wvestward to
With all their nutisatsees anid inlcon
ventiencves the omn1iibuises a1re in 111111v
respects it htel) to travel. Inl raini
weather, hlowever, whnfil we nleed Ithem'
mos', Inl'y'IiN , thcy clinnot be relie'l
UPn011 liliess we enter them at their
place of staring, for hey arve always
more than full. They cannot, last
untei(h longer, for they illst soon flee
fr'on, the co ing roaihlv railroald.
We shall 111111 1 h delaltlire with
excCeding great.jy. a we shall then
have on Broadway v neal, clean1, fir
qi elit. and ini ev. r r' respect desirable
nmcans of transit to take the place of
the( rattlin1g1 >ld 11nianllce Wich we
have so lon-) eidured.
A LOOK All I .
Gener A. V. Ilice P'Iedicts a Victory Iin
[Correisponrlence wslhlilon P..
''What (Io vou Lhillk of the lpros
" They are.( good. 1 (10 not Say tiis
miieielv Vor tLe sake ot ':saving ii, but
because I fel it and 0tik' so. It, is
Iihe resilt of very careful observatioi,
"You believe, then, that the Demo
cratic ticket- wvill ie elected?''
"'Yes, I believe it uponl the assulr
anc1es that iave bee giveni t!E by tile
people, not. tle leaders of tle fl'lrty,
whom I have met .witl ill m cain
igning. 'There aro other signus, too,
whih seel to indicalc inl which di
tion the wi(d is blowing. Our meet
illgs, holh those of'General Eh'ving 111(1
myself, have been largxely allenided by
citizens wilo seem to be Itt. the Sam'e
lime aittentive and enlltusi:1stic. 1. be-.
helieve there is a silent bll, poweri'li
undercuirr'lt flowi ing sironl i ini our
ihvor. The Demorats are not e11mu
lat ing (lie example of otir liepublieani
fijends this year, but are devoling
themselves to grimt. and carneist wElok."
"Whiat abot. I 11e Legislat ure ?''
"Psha w ! That is Wiurs. Nothing
Rhort of at politicill miracle vill enable
thie lepublicans to carry it, or1 even
illaterialiv reduce 0lie colillaldilnl.g
n.ajority Ive hiive on joint hallot."
lican papiers dout. your loyalty, aicueise
you 01' hiavingr sympathlhuized'( with1 the
rebe)Lllioni, etc. What (10 you thinik of
"Theli best1. an~swer~ I canl maike to
such stulff is thau't I lost a limb11 ini
bat Ilin~g tfor' the Union, an~d no0w bear
thle marliks 01' five wounids on miy body,
re1ceiveCd iln fightingi~ 10or (he'2aude.
Such sihlly twaddl1e cannIIot fail to malike
votes for me with1 soldiers5 and( otheris,
whoi wvi1ll understand~ its folly and
A R ECIC 1ss Ex 1Enun MErr.---Undler
theO mnaigeent of' the aigent of' ian
21ir'-ci'shioni01 company atI Bos'ton Tiues
day~ 1n exper'iment wias tr'ied withi
the c12loato 01' the Parker' llou1se iln
thalt city. Th'le air culsion was putL at
thle hot)tomi of the eleviatoir IshaftI, and1
the0 elevaitori car' taken up cigty~-Ilye
feet. Seven p~assengerIs (and (lie ele
vator boy thoente (red it , and the ciar
wais detached10(. 16 fellI wVith tremen01
(tous raid ~~ ity, and( as5 it rctIhed1 tile
last landiig the tremieiidouis air' pros
s'ure caIUsed( by the desceniding' car1
priov~ed too1 much01 for' the hlil si& c of
thICecllcyato 0waill. Thet tr'ansom and
lower' floor casing" flew out, the doors
aind plastoer gave wafy, anid the ps
senger's 1and( par1t of' the wall fellinm a
cler'k of the hotel, and1( two others of
the passengers were iuijured about tihe
spino11, anud all exPcpt.t w of)01 the pas
30cnger1s wereI bahdly br'uised. TIhe loss
to the hotel ivilhl be sever'al thousand
A CA RE1 08 1)1snilToN END)ED.
A you(1me, ntamied Frank Hey.
ward1, 27 y'ears of' ago, and with an
111com11 0f $10,000 a year', cohmmfittedl
suicide ill his hiouise in New York, on
Mondav night, by shlootinig htimself
thiroug~h the right temiple. Shortly
betheO miidniight he returned homie,
acopaidby two1oung men lc
was veryv much under01 the mtfluence oi
liqiuor. Heo went upi to his r'oomi, and,(1
sayinig (baft lhe was tired of life, pick.
edi up)11 hievolver anid shot himself
and death speedily ensuedl. Foi
vear's, it is RaidI young hlaywar~d had
toel a vei'y dissipatedl lif'e. ils pa.'
ren1t~s weore Hienry Hleywar'd, a gentle.
man(1 of' gloat fortLune, descen~det
from SoitIherners, well-knownt ii
Sou111 Carolina and1( Baltimore. JHk
mnotheri was of equalygod family.
JIOywarid's fathier (died1in 1874, ando
e ftpro0perty valued at $600,000, whichi
was devised inl trust eqully to hhb
wife, daughter andFrank.
--When thirity-ile counties and11
foirlteen cities anid towns in two
mod0e01l Rpulicanu Slates r'ep~udlate
$4,000,0100 of thonest debts, as have
beCen proven to be the case in Kanseas
and .1ilnois, isn't it almost tinie for
tho Radical preCss to call a halt in thirh
abuse of the South for an1 attempt tO
comp)1romliso with creditors wvho hiold
bond s Issued by rascally rings of car'.
poet-baggers8 and1 negr'oes -who stole
most of the proceeds.-WJa.hidngton
-The~ discoverv fthat t he Madisoii
Square Gar'den tr'ack lacks some fifty.
ninefee ofbeig afull mIle iln lelgl1t
thr1 eento l a to lt ationi and ii
Is alleged that G0en. B3. I. B'utler' hai
been engaged to bring a civil actiori
against Ennis, Krlohn~o antd Weston t
reocover Hlart's ghare of the gato mnono~
received by themn.
--The nmdnght miiarudo' shouW
not bo- banishied I frm our -'die hi
atny more quickly than shoulld t 4
or cold of: any klndbo dr'iven'Nor 'tg
system. Pr. Bulh's 'Coughi"yti
nio'tly yet posItively places all coldt
ttddalr its contrat Pneien 2a mant.e
NEWVS OF TII1E DAY.
sen'ral . rant will not colle East
lintil I )ecibe'.
I Thle Providenlce Ibi1so ball Club
111. woln th1e league chamfplOnlnaip this
l'a--ole' han st beevi l'alen inl two
raCes In laJgsan. He has not the
I mtl fo.r V ig distantec contests.
-New regslati 'IS have beeni lssied
ait St. PetersburgI. at1thorizing'. Ihe po0
Le to 11 WClOJ' is t (tdiperse thretei
-Th .ith-ll Xevsar/er of (Idessa
alt at l -5.!,;52 vaimull's have died of
riI.-er'' st i soit lirn h'issia since tihe
beg 1ismin f 11h. y --r.
-1 11u-phy, ai trick maker. aged eigh
Iven, Is n 1-tI. O'Learv belt wi i a
scoreo - w2 il ;. lIe will challenge
R1'vell Ifor the Astle ', It.
" l ia d, has .stecler! a iliel ' liva.l
Sull Tne ,Jh L'.' "y s. veral ih muan1d
maj1'orit 'y. AMl tihe Sottl 4 'ar'olina
(arj et--': ggers I'lvr 'gone ( I C lormlo.
---li is rp .rl;' thas s-,mW Lus.-ini
staill 11lle, rs8 have Iee-1 .r le 1 , the
Austra i I f lir 1 r (hree weeks' ex
ei'ei-e inl st 'lvit g h w est, ta Ineet
iva n l' fam) that 'snarUter.
--The callths of itse fnian trans
p r A ..'7ui-. fjora'l states that. tie
.ibillist jri.onr<' were weli tr:.aied -1n
thelf vovag., Itm! arr-iv.1 at thle .Island
of SaglIldiei ill good l-,1l "h.
-The irers-:" I' tI-e ''-ie St ates
r-e) rt s hat Ill iottal I - ao-.n I' sa )d
ard silver 41 - 'i 1n ; i 2 en ,757,
75to: amin't', if Is-d, 8:11,7:,68 ;
amilounit i nt (.iren(.la . . , $ 11.,! ), ,,70.
-T lie Politiral (' eresp. P 7cn,. of'
of Vie nna, asserts hat. thle M1int n'
grins are pei:'g > (0:'e1 y the .is
trict ot' Gusinlje-4lavsa, celeil t I a In
o-tegra by th. tr,.aty of Berlin.
Stnbans or Alban11ians alre as
seibling, to ''-pose theI(, contemplated
-Liettnamnt Payne's ce.-mmand,
vlich wa.[Is sulirulled sevvral da vs byv
I 'We lianmz. h:-, been relieve 1. * '.Th'e
I- lia s I k'' ) upai t -l fire( froml sur
r' wi*ing h.igi'ht , anaf killed all the
hor1ses Lkt 0he coo mil 1. A colored
comnyN was (ll' tir rinf'oreeilnent.
W itlin il hf nI:- at't'lie itn Pavne, all its
h r1 ' ' lit (hr. had t been killed.
Tet11n me Wer kCC illed a F ity' wounilid
--The Chicaglo and Alt tin train,
-which eft Na'isas Cliv Thlrsday
at (Iell'nhle, tic'onI miles eatst -f Kai
sas Cit . The traiti was ptlopled by
ftiait. twenty Ilaske-l mni1, who- ke(lit,
ali contiaiIIIl firing while th Iles
ger's safe was r -bbl. The imessenger
was knockeil d awn, but not. seriotusly
hurt. Fifty thiuaiiii dollars is th;e
e!atIIIate(d loss. The aIttIgeit at Gleadale
A Tiical Sim..-Thle best illustra
t ion of' tito thickne'ss of the skull pre
iented ilsell a tew davs ago at. tie ginl
houlsO ot Mr. Sloan Keineriily, i few
miles from1 this place. Joe' Reid, a
yougegro a1111 boul. 18 years ol, And
w-(.It known tere, wias engaiged in
doingr some0 work il)o tlie ginl 1011 house,
tle msiiachinery of*w i wa s run by
horse power. In some unexplaincil
iwav lie beenme litangled ill the maill
chlinery, inl(d his head was caught be
hvween thle large cog-whleel anld the
cylin der or diutill) which revolves 11pon
it, am therc lhe stnek. In a m..omen-t
it. was thlought his head would be
erulshe~d tona jelly, but JToe's occipiitail
anld lparlietal bontes were too well
linged fort thatit. [lis head wouildn't
g'o thriouigh, zad the wvooden cogs
cold( maike 110 impression upon01 it.
Un bi rouight theo whlole mnachiniery to a
dead1( lock ini slite of' the combined
elbris of' t'our ors six~ hiorscs to keep
the whliccl iin motion. Wi~hen reCleasedl
fromi his perilous situat tin, ho scratch
edu his htead tad said, '"By golly, that
thiing hlur't right smar1t.," an'd then went
ons 111 abit his busine'ss .-M1ooresville
(NW. C.) Gazelle.
Cu.rinvA~m Tllosrs.-Nothing adds so
much to the comi'tbrst and beauty of
hlomet ais the cusltivetion of' flowers.
Nor (does anythinig add1( m~ore to the
bteaulty andl~ c.omfltort of' manl' 01' wVomanll,
thain the roses onu thes cheeks, of' those
ini good heatlth. Dru. Gilder's Livocr
Pills will alw~ays imapart this r'ose'ate
hiuo it' used iln time. For1 sale0 by Dr.
W.[ 1. A ikeun. t*19
anid anu umbrel1'llai is that the latter can~
he shtt upj.
T L sr oll at auction, October 18th,
L1879, the weoaring apparel, honse
hold and kitchen furniture and general
effeoca of the Estate (of Alexandeara. elen
zic, decease, at the houso north of the
residence of Charles Mi. Chandler.
oct 14-f3x1 Admn'r.
511 ER15iFFW SALE.
Y~ vir'tr 01 ofi anoxecutions' to mle di
mrecdl, 1 will offer for sale, on
the first Monday ini November niext,
bef'oro the court-houso (1001 ini Winnus
Iboro, within t ho legal hiour's of sale,
the following-described property, to
Thl'e 'sighit, title and in'tersest of Mrss.
,Jane G1laddlenil i1n to all that plantai
tion lying, beinig and( situate in Fair
field counIty, conltainlIng sIX IUNDn.EDT
ANi) ElItnTY ACnIS, 'morce or loss, and
bounded by lands of' J. T. Gladden,
Mrs. Corlius011I Powell, Jlohsn 'Wilson,
and others. Lovied on as the property
of' Mr's. J1tane. Gladden, at the suit of
Ti.erms of' sale-CASH.
JOHN Bi. DAVIS,
Winnssboro, S. C.,
Oct. 13, 1879.
rl-'THE only pure Stone Mountain Corn
..Whiskey in town is sold
J. P. Mc AtnlRY
I F YOU want a good Mint Julep, Ice
Lemonade, or auiy fanoy summer
drink, call on J. D. MeO041LEY, and it
will be served to you in the most tasty
8 e unni fu
r1 1E undersigied desiro to informn 0
ia complete stock of Dry Goods, Notioni
aid respectftully invito an exantination
"buy no ('oods for caish," lave not. an
below cost," get n1o 'discounts" in buyi
hire, rentas, etc. are paid ; but. hope, by
"QUICK SALES AN]
and by givinlg close atteition to the wa
1n "assigmItnent," and make both ends 1
THE CELEBRMTED "Ju
WE TAKE this opportunity of :
Groeschel is now in tho Northern
CHOICE stock of fall and winter g:
While others may attempt to HUA
parade, WE CONFINE OURSELV]
poso to givo our patrons the benolit
WE DO NOT SELL ONE ARTICL
EXTRA PROFIT ON ANOTHER.
all our goods, and guarantee FAIR
us with their custom.
Our regular advertisement with pr
will save money by studying it.
Mr. A. W. Brown is still with us, al
THE A UIm
H AVING knocked the bottom out 01
Iast fall, I now take pleasure in e
adjoinmng counties that I am now prc
PRICES, which my prico-list will sh
from long-w~inded, high--priced house
fore can sell at LIVE and LET LIV
and judge for yoursolf.
Piedmont Shirting 5~ co.
Piedamont Shirting 6c
Drilling 8k@ 9c.
Good .2 Quilt Lining 4e
Checked Homespuns 8c
Good Kentucky Jeans 10 @ 15c.
ni I will use pennies from this t:
articles at one, twvo and three c<
--WITH A FREE
WINNSBOROQ DRY GOODS,'A
We take pleasure in announcing to
that we are now opein~g the finest
and Winter Goods, includinig F3ano3
styles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress G
G0 rS~ CON~flIIT~
whieb wi 0ftrsd at v~r o f pr
er than the ohoapebty'and cordiM1
410agtfor the ela~e
8 Q MACINES.
icir friend, and the public that they have
s, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, etc.,
of the same, before purchashig, as they
"unliuited capital," (to not sell "at and
1g, by which freights, insurance, clerk
adhering to the old adage,
D SMALL PROFITS,"
uts of their patrons, to be able to avoid
ELDER i CO.
NO" CORSET FOR SALE.
nforming our customers that M'r
inarkets purchasing a LARGE and
[BUG the public by a great show and
PS TO SOLID FACTS, and we pro
of all bargains that we ourselves get.
E BELOW COST AND MAKE AN
Wo chargo a roasonable profit on
DEALING TO ALL who may favor
co..list will appear soon, and buyers
id promises great bargains to 'all his
ER & GROESCHEL.
the old edit and high price system
tating to the reople of Fairfiold and
pared to offer goodD at MATCHLESS
aw. Ido not baly goods on long time
s, liko some of my competitors, there
[4C PRICES. Compare my price-list
SCanton Flannel 9jc.
Dross Gooda 8, 9, 11, 14 @ 18c.
Elegant Goods 20 @ 22&
A big drivo in Ladies' Felt Hats at '
40c. Trimmed Hats 25, 40 @ 75c. and:
something nico at 85c. @ $100.
Shoes I Shoes ! ! Shoes ! I I from 20c.
to something in Ladies' Philadelphia
make at $2.00 @ $2.50.
Jeans 25 @ 83}tc.
me forward, as I have a gi-eat' many
nts that you have to pay five cents for
)HN L. IIYNAUGH,
HE LEADER OF LOW PRICE$.
NT HAS COME,
H STOCK OF
.NOY GOODS, AND MILLINEl1!
onr fiends and the p
nd most comNlete asso
and Staple Dry Good,u alt
oda Fancy Goods and ~j