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_THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSBORO, s. c.
TtIURSDAY, October 23, 1870,
8O.. R EYNOLDS. VM0CATF EDtTOR.
Pl-:NNsYLsANr.A ait IM ANsChtisetts
aure said to be solidifying for lavard.
FonTrY-iumn, million diollar1s inl sp-_
Cie has been broigit tthis cot t ry
from Eutrope inl the pla nlinemoh.
This is the best way of inlting our
DAym DAVIS rrIews rI)CVk .llir's
prophecy tihlit (nimt will be the nex1
President, and will nevo- leave lhe
White IIouse alive. All this talk does
good, as Grant's only weak poiit a; a
caididate arises froiml tle t'leur of a
perpetity of power inl catse of his ele
tion to at third terme.
Tnti ro-r.11. Gireenback vote in Ohio
Is put down it eight thouisa nl. Lati
year theGreenback ticketreeie
thity-ei- tos I :tI(d. The Green
back [arly i I[own hts alIo 1nulied
away. IH all file .t-public ii ( reen-i
backers are retiurnt in- to i-' i r oi
aillegituice, why1% Should no4.tiall Illenl,..
ci'utic Greenbacke. Ill back into liin.
-with ile 011y p11ay t:1i enln ave tin
colintry ('ron11 centlb i-e11io al
S)ollaioin ? The door' is v. ile 4''enI.
Tr'u. transactions ()f thle N'ew Yor
ClearingL Hlouse, iolne, (Ilksv v: I.,
1'eached the ious allgr;- 'y>t f
II,00 O. Ei'en .ith b.\at ivt's
proposed issule of' a thoulsalmillim!
ill gretuenbachs woul havo lieti t W-I
ty tiime? (oo simall toneacroinmo
(ae the iwants (1f 111 Ceari- lO..
This shows the tolly of compari.g- ilm
perl capita CircuIlationl (W diffi'rentl
countries. Ill lrnutice, cheeLi und
drafts are haridlv known, ai a i-r-e
voluine or( ( i-4ceivy is rci ircti id. IBut
in tle United States, where nine
tentIs of the blisiless is dolt ) .
clhnge, on1e dolhr goes Its fiar as notine
dollars does in yraiee.
The Consequences of Bragging.
Tthe Chronicle <1n14 Constitut1ionel
is/, of Tulesday, givem fihe Delineral
toine gcio(d adrico. It asks, I.
shioul Ohwre be such~ a whirlif(
tmpest. of' despair hori tise it Sk v.
Democratic only by inccileni,
never When t full poill is tiititl. las
elect ed, a f1lr unparallelect
sure, to Pevert to liepublie-m iontu'o -
oine tiil i e btlbre h le j .lti ' t
ws AN> I:o.) called altteition to
the dangierl ineulire(l)vd Ib Ilihe I )llmocrats
b" y). confidelt lsertions ot 'arvii,- a
Slit tO flat had always beeny hecua I 11pu1 i'.a I
oil t 1,ull vole. LUithinikini' mimits tire
led to believe tiat (ho fighlt, is a thi r
one, nd when tlie reslIt is deuid ed
they assume thaft the Itepublicanis have
ittely begin to dleso)ld. Yet. the
Democrcy* Ihave go in aotg :01 itiui.
cani positionus tuidl ai geneal lheat
lng of' 01om-ms andiu kettle drunitins.
amid whien they hv htla
thy wre bud to do4, :lte.
.find1 1hey have giveni thle lBad i:is jnte.
enuse51 to boanst. iAlainue hats been'i l' Ie.
ublicni for (wenity (oth4 year~s. I 4it
year the llepull'ians luil a p -li a.i
of tlleent thouIS:aiil Votes, bu11t as
failed ot' a niujority, thle I )etinoer-tgs
were. enabled by a fuisioni withl (h-e4Mm.
back leg~.islators Uto c )hoose a 1 lcim
cr'atic g,>verntor. Tlhis yeatr I iK~'y t
out, to wvin by the saine luck. ihut
luck does ntoltalway's ihll t wice ini the
saine lacei. Bla ie mi atnatged to g'et
out thle tifteeni t hioiuid l itulicansi
wi hiad not, votd h(ilst year'. Yet,
though his catndidate had a plluraliI
of about Itwenty thiousatal(, lie faiteoI
to seceti a clearn niuijority and1( ain
the (elcti is thr~owni inito thte 1e twis
htiturie. Fotutelyth foir iltnine' lhe
muiiedl to4 secure at11: uni'iit in that.
body, ahu thus to elect his ;riidlaio.
Ti'is wa~is hiled as a1 gretal. liepuie rtm
suIccess, whlen ini r'ealit y it. w as ai poor'
comei-ouit for1 a hmrty that11 ga1ve (h'anitt
a1 lear majory'-. oft Iwenty1 Ihanisttui
v'ot es. Tlhie opposi t ion voit e' this am-p
ex(ceededM the vote of 188 but l;!inine
manaiiiged toget out1 etnouighi sty-m
hltuel(s tO save VIhe 101 151isa tm- e. TlliIM
1owed to exult ove'r this as a greit
- Again, in (Calif'ornia the leputbli
cans wer~e sol id, w hilec. the 1Demtocra I'ie4
par1ity split iniinto10 three thetionus.
ti Ever'y one inighthav'e seen ho his
sureO Oliblican Stt onaspu-,il
vote. Yet the Demnocrats (2laimed(4 it,
and1( we~re paid for theiib l (nloimeg
so, by 1:aving the onus of dkeet
thrownu upon1 thiem, wheni in reali1tyv
the liepublienns were in a minitori of
twenty. thoui.sandi( Votes. it is 'trite
that a minuority vote, i fit. be a phurall
ty vote, counits. Yset it leaves thie
State In doubt, provided the third par- P
ty falls to pieces.
TIhe moral of' this is that priemaiituire
*boasting, whvilhe it; maiy (10 in a1 doubt
ful dtate, is a bad policy whien flhe
chances are decidedly agatinst you. IR
prodgeeos an Inevitable letting d1ownV
and demnoralizationi. Ini 1876, Ohuio,
California atnd Ngaine all went 1epub
lican. Yet Tilden was elected by a
lina a tpben idnrcie
: ~ ~ * of LusaaadFoiagv ae
na will all go Demrocr'atle, a loss of 19
votes from the H~ayes column. Even
- aould tho ItepublIcans gaini the 16
'tes -of New Jersey 'anqi .ConnectIcut
U. 1880, thtis wouid give thou. Only 187
votes. The 188 votes of thoe- South,
with 85.from New York and 16 from
Indiana, vould give 188 votes for the
DeIlocrat it canIlidate. New York,
New Jersey and Indiana are more apt
to be Deinoerat ic than ii Iepulblican;
while Conlieclitit is lailyh debatable.
It is trile 1he Iepuiblicals have a little
ithe advaiiage now, hvealise the booni
is oil their 4 vi . Iut if' tihe Demiocrats
noillill.1fe a sonald candlidate nd liida
le li d 5s'e:. lsiolls, trin(. aibove -ill, Cott
lel( the1n14s1ves with 1 not, elaining5 all
Ohw lh'publieaul SRal.,4, 11hey will hlave
al 1h:d ::m (iita:l vlazice, ta1 Iinost
probably Ile adv:itage. inl P .,
T Il ,1 1444' vU' -
444'r i ient (1rn! as11 'rll- 4 opet( - in at
Thel spl-ilor of (III, :i (ril t.'s rv
T ,io n : il ( i4brui II nst rieall to
heinI', who an- 1w living.- in san Fran
eI -Wolhe hIumible posif ion which he
morenpied fill-r es il a quartevr of at
oefl iry :1!"%.
VI' ie 14- agoI!hv I was visiting Oh
111lil 4f1 a1 reli-I arN- oflicer. 'Tle'
hid pnn-haed 1a11 -l-'in -ar (Quaker
flaI rn own-d biy' f-chi) r, I h acv or. We
fi-( urI I1 1 Y. in II It r dr1i ves., canInIi a ,
W1i h of 11 l :0I. 1 I zz ic"4's of'
4II1 le int'Il remli 4 fi Ie'ee ter's crelntri
ei)41 1i S ii'i:i -nr ig(1 '(r l - drive
and1 : ill erulper, we ould gath1er
Ills 4 014':1.031!! ill Ow11 0 'l4 . lli' !4ll
:1141 Ard a.11b1out tIonnv thin ie-s. (O i
Ithe- con Ir4atioll urned it' I 4re4 idn11)
and '1 r. . ) 'ral. Tilt now I retired
gene 014'9 h ien bilnui l 'sSen1ior 1f4licer,
an h uii. as one. ()I .Itr,. Grant's
bie1 --Ii , s.4 Th frivinship b tweenl
ws11v shown tMe oh 1 .r ich; ofleo
S nlIershi he? w'en I he l ;ener alnd
4 oIaI, whe Il11 1w* ile ln-ned a hilI iani
ia ,, l)Ipn in 1 i - i rai sc' WO. The geni eral
b11h' :ll ii't11or rank vat 1ia1 1ii liv, 1i41
ha I I fitIN4p r14n1 , h4i11I i r.ca - iri d I
I )i ? I..A 14 I, I ! I I ) I . r I I 11:0 Ia~ 4 1 ;
h :i 1. : Ili y ill uI' t, ar1in-1v. Tle een
cral f44 giniIhd tIe li - lo open' t he
hInh1 saolo n iIl l 1;r:111 kept, 4 "11ht e
It IS hv ] t h elw prat l s dh:i no it'sli'y
lhil itinl()I' i biliit m V a'loo l', 1a14'
lt- pha-e. wasl 11ien ity,1 ;rn III ,1iling
back Ilanl I I 1' P-ihII-r- i -l' r1: il 1ii ,
near :11 I . 4 I f l) u I- i-, I. -heis w iv i I I
rsh14 b 14 l. Ivillilt bin ' 11 u (tsfil 11o
(.hd A. r. Dent. by dvIIri v in I tf" o townI onI
I th 11):s141-; (f1 wo'd which he look Ito
''iV1r4te Ifo ,:;Iv. A I n Iow \v, bh4o1 ' ll
Ithe p.eI'Ic', :w - I f I' a mall who iFb, ilti o4
ke-p :1 ,1ucc.SsfuI'l h illiard salo nl rV- I
vviving h.eill. lonors of gvn',al poten..
Iale, a d f1l1 iost e14 ' liheatd hero ofI
Wh fu. lusingloll ('orre,'polu/elle
Till-: it vir, (i - CoL . nili .-Thie roI -
illwin i s a t ynopsi of', thew phna If or ItI i.
8etl4'(11 Wiul f ily1 1 14 u i d bI sii h bin. i1.d
I 'I.- i/i' n bv \l a ib v v
11hv lth-visiin o f . e Suprem1 (Cour-t (;I,
Ie ShIiat, Ohe hands 44 of c i c it , coIn
110nly known a,4 the Alexantier lbondls,
ill n- i liS, hive been d1eclared a
valid claim ri -ainle st, I hIl e e1 ilt o the
ainonllit of Sel VYI(un, atld inferest oil
I he s:1ie. The Obolhlds isil prior.
4 Devevnher ' I -S7i1, alicoing l1 to
1:14 Ii , '' I.1 11 4 0141vsf (l 14)L mW lSill (].I
I I's. ln ead iterest,'i the loa ti debi
uni-nd de4bl)t Owh wahor von
1 raet : 11ont ing to %_25).n0 , 11lto ler
with .i4d11 114(nnts in) Ithe StaIte and
I':4cied State'i is lrts, will a(' -gre11te
94 01111. Th e'a '1e4, ha 'lossewd
:hit 1 ivin Ig th ),ciy lhie tyf t. i- I
lint new : 4 41 :4f' , 114144 h1nds 1to th e Ionut.
lof.li 830',Vthe cpons'4 of wi sll uil l
beI41( n' 14141 (i': l!l cine to the4 lligi4' V .~
b ~ei, pay1ale IinIiu twely' years,'4 the
1ue s1t', ii pay a1 Ile 51)1 titia n i ly, and
ihie coupons to be eceve inpayen
-f"1 haoeso ih ilt'ii, ot se ho'ndst
li hands!4 and oth er debtsi ue hv th-te
eiy 'a' t itiykt cets on.4ii th dVi'ot. Al
(heir bits'' 1l :n iz er Ichiis to 5Ihe(
btl hecoil il b.iiti efore. the newot bod
are isue.~) t Thebt whole tnnult of
re1al iill1 tiersolll ~i taxbe n-oerty~
w)'ithi. 'he ei' iiii 'noist ie: ,'..
cer c'ien. on' lus it1 of (1 ltes, al 1)h'
tlowes l'th. 1ity inepaxing the prop-114t
erty theaiizen'.''s bleiidiniied b
'WSat, the abeve basi oi'eilenaon't
1is eatneIfl .in's Io le ei :i i's'Aeni
$'2i0 i'.s lil a Nobl booka --Tiits'
uter"nies of Na)iitnek,4r0 hgotakou
Iiuli'eb hei ffys arte pure blooed I
ptie heyes ofle.ep une thae ao
of hs howi Yestea iorning Ker
"Cae ,"ze took le boog, was'e i dis
whenc falntnepJd in. the holng oei t last
isun he I)ld ti'elbwckndtheadlwot
rck oingy hio be t ca hepp
-Spino i. ase go asnbanoru'tassi
sin awe birdO~o, and caokbhndo
pnay the it oe safl une heir
CAnRLYLE BOUNCEs A GU EsT.-Mr.
Thoias Carlyle's powers Qf checking
unidiue forwvard ness are theptherne of
nuImerous aliecdotes, the iost' OIarac
teristic, of which Is the following,
which is literally true: A presumi)g I
Fellow, who ia.i been brought to dine
with him by a (or111on0 frielnd; began
to speak slightingly of his great hero,
hiurtis, calling hia ''a much overrated
man,"l'l ele-., Cairlyle mnade no comment,
'which (.IIsboldeled the critic) to 'Col
tintue in the Saai' strahi till dinner
(.lndeed. Whent they rowe to go to (lie
drawing-rooi, the host broke his
griml silence at hwt : "Is that. your hat
inl([ stick in the corner, sir?"' "Yes."
"Then yot had better take them anid
beg.ono ait onice."1 The crest-Fallenl
visitor obeyed, and his introducer was
abhout, to hIlow, whenl "triue ThomiIIas"
sloppeld lim. saying hthat "h had (onle
I)o wronig.J" This recalls Iho story of
it wor hay Quaiker who attiemptecl to
disarImi at well-knowna "bitter tongue"
by invilincg him to dinier; but the
backbiter, while entjovinig the good
chleer, coati itued his abuse unabated.
The 1111111 of, peace, aftel bearinig it for
a while, sulddenly spagupon his re
viler, saying "Frielld, I have given
live a eltl-ollering and a hink-oltl'e
iig; aniad ilow,'" le added, lifting him
thrP'ougIh the openi win1dow into the
si ree, "1 will give the a heace-ofler
1-:.vrti I A UnmIaI. rfTuotsEAL.-A
dispatch to tll- Ne'w York - Herald
says: The particullars of' tle appear
tee of the 1'ver at Oak Grove, Miss.,
aro as lidlows: John A. Bailey, a
young man aiged 2.1, was engaieti' to
Aliss llella Manniig. II caime tot:
'Aeiphis several times withini the past
Ohree weeks an1d purhiased several
articles which were to be used in mak
ing the bridal trosseau(i of Miss Man
ninig. Ste, was stricken with the fever
on September 17, and died five days
ittlerward. Charles Camtpbell, aged
:10, was lie second to bestaicken downi
ion the 2(tt 0h. l1 is now recovering.
W illie Man aing, aged 18, a brother of
Miss i lla,was attacked oni the 20th
1il died on the 25th. John W. Bailev
was strif'ken on the 25th and is still
ck. Ihree other members of his
inniily are liable to the disease, as are
tIso ahout.t wet y people in the neigh- I
borihood who have been exposed to the 1
inf-o b/ isiting' the sick belfore
Ilir illness was declared to be vellow
l'ever. Oak Grove is thirty ' miles
outhIeast of m1emphis, inl Marshall
:ouliy, 3 iss., aInd six miles distant
I'1oin Cjolierville, Tein,., which town
las <fttaranitieti against the inflected
point. The attthorities. of Marshall
-ouinit havo established a. quarantine
r1oun11d the two dwellings where the
vwer exists, which itake their isola
ion1 complete. No further spreading
SIle disease is anticipated.
Or'T.A w.s 1N Gie:oniora.-A special 1
4) i lie A ituiista Chronicle from Sparta, I
Ta., stales that accounts of tile deeds
>W ot' laws inl tih eas'ern portion of I
Iladwill cotitlty are greatly exaggera-.
ed, but, t Ile I1t1 tit reveals a bad state of I
ilhirs. There areablou. a dozen ill t lie
)nid and thO t rouble is personal, not 1
xdlit ical. The outlaws have (ommltnit- a
dol ratges ionseeral pesonT. They
ilve buned the gin and cotton houses
tud Cidder stacks of Dr. Itobson for
lie purpose of drawing him out of his
lnse in order to shoot him ; they kill
d a iegro mnanl for reportintg them to
ie gral jury ofBalldwint Coulnty ; they
)11rne1d thle talimery and( lbarnis of Luke
Rlobinson ; they' whippjed a colored
womtant andi lier dautghier I hancock
Jounty. Th'Je gangs hav~e taken refugre
ni the Swatniils of Oconee and10 Oguchee.
Ilhe grtad jury (of IHancock, ntow ini
4essiont, hiavinig inve'Ost igated the out
ragties anid are determiiined to bring the
peret'jtrat ors to jnsticO. Th'le people of'
Ilnioc)0k coltoty are1t armed andio iln
lianit at the out rages and1( express a
:letermn ition not. ontly to 'protect
whiite andi black fromi further outrages,
bult to iinflict suiniary' just ice on the
perpelr atorns. .Judoge Pot tle, tihe 1)wC
sidinig juidge', will v'indoicate the muajes
ly of' the law throughout his circuit.
Tim Si'r E Pise IEN-rt.u R.-The3 Co
ttlinia correspiondent, 01f lie Krews and
Co~urier salys: "'I hlave' mtl positive
ill oriniatio~n t o-niight tht the report
ot thle pnysicians app~loinited by tihe
Governlor to inivest igate tihe conditiont
of he'I0 conv11iets leaseda to the Greent
wood01 and A ugusta Riailroadl recomi
iiended01 ihe retiinit of al1l the contvicts,
to Itle prison except, eight, tlhe forty-,
One( others beiing pr1oouned( unit for
thuty. 1 amti also reliably informed
t hat thle directors of1 the road( will re
fuse to give up the( conivicts ont the
igroundt~ that the Legisltature leased(
t hemil to th1e roadl, and that there is no
othe1r power thaot can take them from
it. Since the report wias mado(1 last
Thkursday a caudavyerous little sixteen
year'-oldIii mult t) niamied Izekiel, sent
tromt Spatrtanburg anid employed as a
i'ook ini the st ockttde, hats been shtot by
thle gutard. LIn his uInto mortcm doe
lanai ion made betitre a trial jutst:ce he
declared that lie was indouced to make
his e2scape) by oneO of thme guarttd, who
prnonuisedl to aid him in escapintg to
S. 1R. N.-Thie late Adira'gl Golds
borough wits onte of the most uncivil
nillenrs in thle navy. It is related of
ltt thithe Ionce(2 fo~und in htis room
the cardl of a yottng mtana attached to
the dliplomtatic corps who had called
dluring thte Admiral's aibseitc. Not1
kotg afltr the yotung mnt accosted
huntt on the street ando asked ".Did you
get my cardo, Admairal ?" lie shtoutedl
out, ''YesI aind whiat's thte mneating of
E. P. tat you wrote ott It?" "Whyr
thatt mii-ans en personne, that I 'called
it perPson.' " "'It (lees, ehi?" saId the
Admniral, wuhio wentt off in a muood of
digutstedl medCitationi. lin a few days
hie ire1trned the call by sentding lItis
crnd by IL mtessentger, first writing
S. B. N. it cne cornter'. Again the
iw'o meiot. "You received my card,
did( you ?" Iiquired the Adlt.
"Yes, andl whlat does S. Bi. N. mnean?"
askeod the po01110 youtng an. "Sent
by a nuiggear I" thunidered the Admiral.
AN AFFECTING MIEETIN.-Thme see
end batcht of' atmiestied Communtists
arnived in Paris on Septemiber 6. The
correspJontdenit of the Lontdon .NeCw te
lates this Iiicideant: An old mnan, the
senior of thte band, was wrappe~d up In
a blanlket, and tretmbltig with a cold fit:
of aguc. A sharp cry' ulverted atten
tion from him. It proceeded from
Mttne. Rloques, who recogntized in oneO
of the vellow-visaged, gray-bearded1
speOctrtos her hutisbantd, wvho was a most
rcspectable mant, anid for years Miayor
of' Pateauxc. Ills caso at the time of'
htis ttrial oectedl great interest. Hie
was not a Communists but was5 MUlty
of having grantod bolligerent~ rights to
some who were wvoumded. The wife
threw herself . into his aris and she
led him to the salooin In which Louis
Blanet was waithmig. Thos looking on.
felt too sad to cry, ."Viv ea Riepb
-The only safe way- to go up in a
balloon is to send a substitute.
-"PI'lJoin you lpresently," said the
iluister to the youig couple, as he
went for the church key.
-"It is etsier to raise a beard than
raise a dime," said a young Oil citizen,
Mvho has stopped shiving.
-We have invented a new gun for
Ile didn't-know-it-was-loaded people.
It lots the charge out at the breece.
-'Is the air full of balloons, or tihe
;ounktrv full of liars?" asks the Chicago
/ournawl. Both, sir-both. Business
s rovivIng.-B uffolo E1'xpress.
-The ordinary life oft a locomotive
s thirty years. No donbt it would
Ave longer if it didn't siioke so much.
--He said lie wianted her to be his
ielpmeet, and she replied that she
1on1 liever be more than assister to
-No American Is ever guilty of
m'eeting nother without aski'ng:
'Vell, how is vour trade?" And it
loesn't iiatter it'on1e ofthem is a lau
-Dr. Holland say- a man's charnac
ermay be ju .dged by his cravat. If'
ei wares no cravat, we suppose he
-A hotel keeper may entertain an
rels unawares, but they nust have
aggage or pay in advance to meet the
Ies of thle honse.
-Tihe Portland Argus says there aire
,ixtv-two "cradles" oil one street, in
Bidileflord. Probably a very rocky
-"See how I ride o'er the raging
nano 1" exclaimad a man who was
brown over his horse's head ilnto a
litch on the other side of the fence.
-Philadelphia possesses a young
ady so exceedingly modest that sh"o
>taces a veil over her stockings when
the hangs thei on the cloiles line.
-If Ajax had only booted a light
ling-rod agent at the time that lie de
led the thunder bolt, his'renoun would
-est, on a more solid basis thia it does
-We saw a voung lian wilh two
leads on his shoulders the other (v,
mt didn't consider it. much of a emri
isity-one belonged to his girl.-Col
ege A rg us.
-The Whitehall Times asserts that
he man who wrote ''nothing was im
>ossible," never tried to fiid( the lck
it im his wifeb's dress when it was
anuging up1) in the clothes-press.
-Some "hiorrid brute" has discover
A thitt the differeic. between a wo
nan and an uiibrella is that there are
imies whein you cain shut up an um
-We don't see whv a mian should
my $5,000 tor a telescope to look at
lie stars whIeni lie cani get a much ilier
isplay by simply yainkinr the tail of
-Last year every female was crazy
or a pair of'sixtei-buitton kid gloves.
his year all are satisfied with two
muttoned kids, iftheyeain only have the
videst surcingle ever worn by horse or
-An election is soon to occurr in -
fexico for President, mad passengers rJ
ii stage coaches are being appealed to
or campnaig funds. There is not.
lear so much hypocrisy in MNexican ]
>olitles as inl ours.-Peck's Sun.
-What Is the difl'erenebet wen a
liirv maid and~ a stormiy pctr'el ? One
kimis the milk andi the othier skims thle
vator.- Now Haveu Jtegister'. W c
lon't, eren now, quite see the difl'er- i
-In striugglinmg to make a (1utll-b)rain- t
'd boy undelirstand wihat cons5Ccic is a
cncher' asked, '"What akes you feel 1
imcomftoirtable after you have done1
yroing?" '"Father's leather strap,'' e
eXchnigly replied the boy'.
-Th'le mad rumnor tlwmt thme London
Punch has beeni in unegotition for' a i
tenninejoke arose siily from11 the t
act that one of the editor's was seeni
alking~ to an 'American. The ccon- I
ierv'ative policy of the paper will still
eC adhered to.C
-A corresp)ondlent asks: "Ihow longr
~an bottled cider be kept ?" That de
t in a safe, lock it up, and sling the
~ey iinto the riveir vou can keep it for i
aome time; but you won't have much e
nun out of it.
-''There is nothing like settling
Iown," saidl a retim'ed nmerchanut. comiii
lentially to his nighj~boir. "'When r
rave up business I settled dlown ad I
buind I had q uite a comfotrtacbe fbr- '
two1. IfI had settled upi I shiouldni't '
anve had a cent.
-In about two weeks more General
3rant will have to begini to keep honse, r:
tndi as lie goes down the back aiireet at I
jalena iIth a market basket uder
uis arm, lie wvill fnd it faur differenit "
loim $raveling as a distingnished guest.
Itc will feel ai good (deal like aconr
~dltor when he gets home from aln
~ditorIal conlvenition. The contrast is
vhat's the iatter.--Peck's Bem
-"Why do we say in the Lord's t
'rayer, 'who art In heaven,' slimce God I
s ever'ywhiere?" asked a clergynman of.
omne children. For a wvhild no one
iniswered; at last, seeing a little drum
nor b~oy who looked as Ifhle could give .
in ancwvor, the crgymanm said ; "W~ell,
ittle soldier, what sav you?" "lie
:ause it's headquarters," replied the
--A clergyman of my acquaintance
01ld mfl that lie once visited a lady of
lis pai'ish wvho had just lost her huis
>and1, in order to ofler consolation, and
poni her earnest inquir'es as to the r'e
mnion of flimilies in Ileaveni, lie strong
y asserted his belief In that fact' and
vben she asked with anxiety wiether
iny tlhne must elapse before friends C
vould be able to find each other' in the E
sext world,the emphatically said'1, "No, e
hey will, be united at once. Hie was
hinking of the happiness of being able
o ofrer the relief of such faith wvhen
hie broke in up on snch mneditaions by
uxlaiming sadly, "Well, his fi'st wli'e y
mes got him then, by this time."
- Ilayes' absences n'om his post on (
lead-head frolics have in one year ox- i
ceded in length Gr'ant's absenices duri- I
mng his eight years of the Presiden'ey. (
01 O$600 a fear, or $5to $20 a day
Uin your loealiy Nrisk. W~o
ond ia el as mecn. 1, any make inore
han the amount stated above. NO one can fal
0 mlake money fast. Any one can do tihe work. y
feu can make from 60 cto $9 an hour by do.
otingyom eveniinrs a1 spare time to the
masines, ibing. .Ikeit for money nlmitu
ver offred before. -Bsness pleasant na
triotly h1On lbie. hleader, if you want to
new all abb he ~payhn business before
he publio. send ye addrs and we wvin
end you full lut ars and private terms
reesamplod h als freeyou can then C
__o or rta ao
URE Ide Whtsk4y, Ale, e'rter and
L Betta Water forsaeb
pre extracted from Veootable products,
combining in them the Mandr~atto or M ay
Apple, which is rccognied byphysicians
on a substituto for Vealem , possetsinig all
tho virtues of th, o mintral, without its
AS Al ANTI-BILIOUS
they are incomparable. They stimulate
the TORI LD LIV.11i,_invigorato the
HEIRvOUS SY83TEM, ind give tono to
theD D[E IV"iOGANS rating per
feootdigostion and thorough -assimilation
of food. Tboy oxort a powerful nfluence
on the KID N LYS mid 11VEIN, and
throunih t hcso organs ren ovo all upuri
tio", thun 'itallei'ig tho t ue of tho body
a~d cau'nag a healthyecoudition of the
AS AN A]TI4-MALARIAL
R EA EDY
They have no equal ;and as a reult act
asa pre-'n tive aind ci ure fo.0r.13 iliou i,:Re
nR Jtteiqnt, intornkittenkypol Yovers
anjdFever and Agno. Upon the healthyZ
action of the Stomach, depends, almost
wholly, tho henith of tho human race.
S ThEBAN E
of the present generation. It is for the
Cure of this diseace and its attendants,
PONDENCYI, CONSTI!ATON, 1ILES, &o.
have gained such a wide apread reputa
tion. No Romedy has ovr been discov
ered that acts so speedily n nd gently on
the dgestive orgais giving tlom tone
and vigor to assimilato food. Tiis being
accomphished, of courso the
NERVOUS SYSTEM IS BRACED,
THE BRAIN IS 1DURISHED,
ANID THE B0DD ROBUST.
Mqing composed of the juices of plants
extraotedl by powrful chemical agen
010s, aand pire.ord in a concentrated
formithoy are guarantoed free from
any thing that can injure the most del
A noted chemist who hes annlyzed then, says
"THERE IS MORE VIr.TUE IN ONE OF
TUTT'8 PILLS, THAN CAN BE FOUND
IN A PINT OF ANY OTHER."
'We therefore say to the afmicted
Try this Romedy fairly, It will not
harm you, you have nothing to
lose,butwill surely gain a Vigo
rous Gody, Puro Blood, Strong
Norves and a Cheerful Mind.
Principul Ofnce, 35 Murry St., N. Y.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
Sold by Driurgiln throug'hnitt the world,
TUTT'S HIMR .DYE.
GRAY 11Al l01Wniasima:S chingnod to a Gr.ossy
I.ACK by a hiige.i nplih .tio'n 4f thin DY . It im.
parts a Natitral tJolor, eti iast- nttinnoiuly, anti is
as iIrn lostr s e's wn r. 'ild by I}ruggista, or
*',nt by exine."- oni ruceilit oi 1&,1.
Office 30 Murray St., Now York.
'HEE FRIEND OF ALLC!
1OLLO WAY'S PILLS!!
"I hiad no appetite; H~olloway's Pills
ve mel ia heartiiy onec."
"'Your Pills are ma~rvelous.
"'I sendl( for atnothier box, anid koep them
"'Dr. ilollowiay has cured my XU"'lachec
iat wits chronie.
"I gave one of your Pills to my hahe
>r' chiolera inaibus. Titi dear little
Wing got well in a day."
"My; nauttsca of a miorning is now
"'Your box of Ilollowav's Ointment
uired mie of noises in 11he hiead. I
ubbed somile of youiir Ointmien t behiid
li0 Ciars alnd tile noise lins left."
"'S'nd 190 two hoxes; I wanit one for a
100r famiiily. "
"I eniclose at dollar; your price is 25
ents, but the muedicine to me is worth a
"'Send mec five boxes of vour Pills."
"Let mec have th ree 'hoxes oif your
ills by return masil, for chilits and
I have over 200 such testimonials ats
biesr, but want of spaice oomipels me to
FoR OUTANEOUS DISORIDERS.,
nid all eruljlions of the skin, this Oint
lien, is mtost invub~le~,. It does not
eatl ox tnally niIone, hut penetrates
ri it ihe muost senarlbing efflects to the
crry rcot of evil.
110OLLO WA Y'S OINTMENT.
Poissessed of this remedy, every mn
any be own doctor. It may b~e rubbed
ito the system, so as to reach any in
trnal comiplaint; hby these naierns, cures
tires or, ulcers in the throat stomach,
ver, spine or other palrts. It is an in
illibte remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
ontracetod or stiff-joints, gout, rhouma
sim, and all skin dieases.
IMP'ORTANT CAUTION.--NOno are genuine Un
sa the signature of J. IlA vioeK. as agent, for
to United Stattes surrounds each box or P'ills
ad Ointment. Bioxes at 25 centt, 62 cents, andi
fW' There is considlerabl~e saving by taking
ic large: si?.cs. IIOLLO WA Y & CO0,
feb 15-ly New York.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
1 ROCER IES
With new additions arriving daily,
lio New Orleans Mo1asses, fine Syrups,
ugars of all grades, Rio and Java ho freo.
reon or r~aited, Choice F'amily Flour.
lso, agent for the best Flour in the mar
et-Pmed mont "Patent Flou r"-lit hias no
qual. Cream Cheese and Alaeatroni,
irackers atnd Cakes of all kinds, Soap,
oda and Staroh, WVoll Thuckets, Water
luokots, Brooms, WVell Rope and Cotton
topo, Bacon, Baggmng and is, Lard in
larrels, Catns and 11utckets, best Sugar
tured H~ame, fled Rust-Proof Oats, Seed
byo and Barley, Nails, Axes, Horse and
lute Slioes, Axle Grease, White WVine and
lidor Vinegar, Smnokinmg and Chewing To
ucco, taisi ns, Currants and Citron,
Canned Goods of all kinds-Salmon,
ardines, Tomnateos, Pcaohecn, Pino Apple,
[ixed P'ickles, Chow-Chow, Pepper
ance and Mustard1
A Aine soloeoton of Boots and Shoes
HEAP FOR CASH
C.ALL AND DE1~ CONVIN~OEp.
YELLOW FEVEE--BLACK VOMIT
It, ti too oon to forget the ravag es of this
tvII Ible dlseaise, whiclh will 1ro (ott i'ettrn Ilk
a lUore Imialinatilt and virulelnt forin In tile fall
inoliths of 189,
MlIitItI lL's 1,18 PATINE, a remedy (iscov
(rod 8i n olhorn Nibia anti uised Wlith iuel:
wn011(rfll resills In 8011th Amerlea where I he
"lost, iggravated etsnes of rver are found,
au fom. One to towo otieies of bite to )v
Iitered or stralttacc froi the blood emth otivn It,
IasseS throtgh the lIver, as loig Is at excess
of bile exists. ily Its wonderful 11et11on oni thie
Liver land Stotit Ilie hi'ATINN: not. Only )we
vents to ia erttil)y Ialy kind of Fever Iald
Black Volitn, bill, also cures liendache, Colni
tit ol (of tle Bowels, Dyspepsla and 1all
No one need fear Yellow Fever who will
expel the Malarlal Polson and excess of bile
from the blo1c( by using Mlnnu.ri.'s IlVe'rATiN
whulh IS sol by all Ihruggists In 23 Cent amia
$1.410 bottles, or will be sent, hY e-press by (te
A. F. M1ERIIIELL & CO., lhtila., Pa.
DI'. Pemliber-toll's Stillingitt or Queell's
lqw"The reports of won(drfuil eures of Ehaiena
tisin, Scrofula. Sal., Itheittli, syplhills, Canlier.
Uilcers aldl Sores. I lit, come from al. 1ir1(0 o
the otu1try, are not only retiarkaible hut, so
ailraettlols as to 1)be douttod was It. not. for the
abiandance of proof.
Remarkable Cure of Scrofula, &o.
CASE OF COL. J. C. BIANSON.
K INosTON, GA., Septnber 15. 1871.
(iENTS:--For sixteen years I have been a great
sulerer from Heroula I its nost. (ith18ressilng
formns. I hanve beenl vonilined to myl~ roolit anid
bed for tifteen years with Scrofllots Ilern
tIons. The Ingot approved remlieois for s0v1h
Casies hlad beeni u(sed, and tle m0ost ('11il.
hilychins conlstilted, Without ally deeltued
xmell0. T hu1 prostrated, distressed, (e pollt
lng, I Was Wtitit i'by lr. Ayer, of Floyd 'ouni
ty., Ma., to couninenlei tile ulse of yotr Comopound
Ext r 8 I liltngia. Laniguaige is as 1isu llent,
to dt'sorlbe I h rerelf I (11111ned from 14 h um of
the SI illigla ats It Is to Convey a Iladelu)lae
Idea of the Itntensity of mlly sui~fering before
usig yot1r medlelno ; snlleient to say'. I Ialin.
('oned all otiho renelies an(d colttIntled I.h uise
of your Extract, of Stillingla, u1ntil I (an 01 ay 0
tltlly "1 11 M red of all tn," of il disease
wvith nothing to obstruct ihe ac tivo )u rsutit of
Iy profession. 'loro than eight monthsi halve
elapsed Minci thIs remarkable cure, without
an)1y rIttil of theTI diseatse.
For tile trulh of tile above Statement. I refer
to any13 gentlenn n it)Hartow County, mi., tuil
to IIe inenbc. s of the bill' of Cherckee Circuit,
who are acquiainted With ie. I 81hall over
remain, with tihe deepest grailtude,
Your obedran t, Seilat,
J. C. BiRANSON, Att'y. at Law.
NVE*ST P0INT, G A., Sept. l1. -O
0RNT8s:--31y (alighter was taket oil the 25111
day of .1mn, 18')%, with wlt. w1'as slupposedh to be
Acte lliietimatisml, alul wa4 treated for the
11110 with Ito Sucecess. In March, followige,
Pleces of bon1e tegnlll to work out of tile right,
iarim, and conitled to apip eillr till all tile bonae
froll. che elbow to the sl'Iotider~ joinit. canme ouit..t
Many pi)ees of bone ame)( oi ut (if right. foot land
leg. The 00se wats t haie I pronouicedi one of
White Swelling. After having b'eon Co1111te
abOutl, six yeia'rs to her bed. andi the ease con-1
sitered hope'less, I was iInluce( t to try Dr. 'el
hertons's Compound Extraict. of St ilinglia. and
was so Well satistil wIt I its effects ,:mt, I have
conitinted tile uiv of It ulatil IIhv present.
Aly datlirhlter wio (oas0iconned to her hed ahoiut
s x ye1s bo1.ore she sat. Ill) or (elVl Ill l'rned over
without 11011. Shev low tsits up all i day, 111(
seWs m1ost of hr I inle-has ialked across 1 ihe
m00111. er t generall health Is n(ow' good, land I
believe she will, 11m hor limbs ghin 0t rength
walk well. I aittriute hiler recovery, with the
blessing of G 1. to the ulso of your invaliable
With gratitude, I am, yours truly.
W. B. BLANTON.
SWE.'T PolINT, (., S1pt. 10, 1874.
OPNTS :--The abovee Cet litealt' of 311. V. - i.
11:l111011 W" knoaw and crtIfy 0 aas belig i'.
The I hing P4 so; htindards of tie maosl 'esptv1
d ('It iiens will Certify to it. A 1muCh11 retereneC
canl be given as nmy he requiredc(.
Yott 1, r11ly,
CIAWFOuD& WA LWKEl, Drtigglits.
lION. 11 ). Wi1,LAMS.
DV R Dt. i'E1 HIEtTON'S TILLTNGIA Is pre
pared by A. F. M IthlEL, & Co., Philta., P'a.
801d by all Driggssto In $1 .00 bott les, or sent
by extpress. Agents wanted to Canvass every
Send for RoOk-"Curloa's Story"--free In all.
MIe-Itcines sent to poor people pa3able in Instal
G OOD GOODS,
LIE respeictfullly call (lhe attention of
V theo publlic to our new lot of
IGoods, and1( r4linest1 an insplietionl of them11
be fore puarchasiing Oui 'rgono lhave been1
calrefully .selected, bought nt biottom
prices, and1( will be sol as5 low as the~y
(can be bonight from anybody ainywhuere.
We wold ll -teatnion of the
indes o ur in ofCloks Drssgoods,
FnyGoods, Hosiery, etc. A v'ery pret
ty assoortmeltnt of T1ies5 alnd othier.Neek
Goods. Laces, Edgings, Frillinlgs, etc. in
GREAT VARI ETY.
Our' Gents' Goods deplartmecnt is .omu
pleto inl overy thing.
in heavy goods. Oluch as Jeans, Keosys,
Flan nels, Hom11espuns. Blankets, &c., 'e
arec full up,1 ait t~he low cst praice.
SIIOES! SHOES!! SIIOES!
Coml1 anrd exllaminle our1 Shoes b)efor'o
buying. Call an1d 500 our~ stock, and4 we
wil cOnvince y'ou thait wo sell goods as
eap as1 anybody.
~-1*We arc agonts for J. & P. Coat/
Spool Cotton, a1nd lllig B~ros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk--- Now York Prices.
oct 7lcM SE , BRICE~ & CO.
fl PHE undorsignod would call especial
.Latention to their newly-recoivod
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
These goods have been selected with
special reforen (o to the wvants of this
matrkot, and will be sold at
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
The stock eonsists of too many articles to
be enumerated in onadvertisemeont An
examination can alone sntisfy liurchasters.
A call from purchasers is respcctf'ully
P. LADEIJKER & BIO.,
Congrests street, one dooar south of Morris'
hlotel, Winnaboro, 8. 0.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all tho purposes of a Faminly 1hysio, I
and for curing Costivonosa, Jaundice,
Indigstion, 1oul Stomach, Breath,
lloadnohe, Ei1ryinolas, Rheumatisin,
ruptions and kin Dlisonaes, I31.
iousnons, Dropsy, Timora, Wormi,
Nouraigia, ns a Dinner Pill,
for kurifying tho Blood,
Are the most er
i'tive and cne
Iial purgative ever
are mild, but e'
feetual in their
the howels mrelv
anld wvithout pai:i.
Altholgh gn t Io
they a-e still the
tie mnedicine that can hIe employed: eleam. .
ing the stomach and hoW(l. ald even the
blood. In inall dioses of one pill a diav,
they stimnulatt. die digestive orgItis a:id
promote vigorotus health.
Aym:'s ~Pi.s have been known for
more than a quarter of' a century, and have
obtained a world-wide repitation for their
virtues. They correct diseased action in
the several aissziilti i e organs of the
body, anid are so composed thatt obstrue
tions within their range can rarely with
staid or evade them. Not only do thev
cure the every-day euiplaints of' every'
body, but also loriida be and dangerous
liseases that have bailled the best o;
human skill. While they produce power
fil el'eets, they are, at the saie time, the
safest and best physic for children. Ih
their aperient action' they gripe imuich less
than thc common puirgtives, and ne ver
Five pain when the bowels are not inlame-d.
They reach the vital fountains of the blemi.
antd strengthen the systemt bv freeing it
from the elements of weakniess.
Adapted to all ages and culditions i
all climates, contaiing neiber calomi
nor any deleterious rtiug, these Pills umv
be taken with safete b- anviodv. h.elir
sugar-coating preserves them ever fiei.
and makes tiem l pleasalt to take; wiiiie
being purely vegetable, no harm can ainse
from their use in any quantity.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO,, Lowell, Mass,,
Practical and Anatlyitcal Chemists.
SOL) BY ALL DIRUGGISTS EVEIRYWHiLII.
Sl Iet 'lit is I'u elt ttSt's Of' l'1in os, Op
gals. 311usicil Publiations and
Stu11 Musical Instruments
wlo i tPr it live to I eir
own illferust. wNill
hty fiont theC
MUSICA h DE1 P(0 OF Ti'Hin 1'i'T,
LU)DEN & BATES'
And Bran ch ouses
Al'OPSTA, GJA. ATl.ANTA, GIA.
G14 i l~ t )TN, 8. C. GtIlAl I T i- 1k N. (:.
.JAUK~sONyi liL , let \. 1'lNAs.xnA. iml.t.
A. II. C.un lt jl. trO vjt lltitihers
Saanah ti. is Id G late :%iSl.e r~
SAl- MAG1N1H1 OutNh a Slfoi iJESSnr
1 on1 nt u ':li ( inell.ri t 'chl's uvim i t
utt ti.5 i n form a F*t oy lai ' ti'ritn-,
u i i rrli t' u exilraw Ii oti lA nn etr iti
so iiiil o o iit O A i t of I tMout.tOi n i
-OF TAND tn.
PIAOSv (el. o he ld Wos ('v.i $12.
".td' 1 4h ts. i e (Jhunt and
PIANOS . ' e .4 Onator itWts forv.1Sho
PIAtOS B;ot,.han auutoizedl u to2la7
unton nv dvrern.tO eTiot
tnio hiriiet ist -ttnntnrr. Do'tenatt t ivo
M SN AN)HEMPRINOS.NS
Leus. ixtYears tutnt to. 2
PIA NO Oc. nne ns o o-S15
h.eo.st eanti Cuau.
rbas WIt Stool, Olyn $257 I
on each. Fliteenoayl''$95.aVllilt
inst~tlinet tio'tsu Mr.ron ' 'op. ona y $IOU
, .MAONbo & oIoLn
Organs n. Ntot, Oest
3a I Stoplt8.1
liol titt, only $ 00. i
Bea fo Ttroimeto SaeMirror Top gongy1
~Tho teet Cttt o lttbot. & Poaton
Favor~c Jtan6, Mao rghuan,8ts, onl
relonan $ertn O gusa. 0topsct.. twth
Biuon of lntonntiont Fresh oiulatry.v
prgest andec full sadt~ information.ta e
oTeedy matnyicn Hohter. g ale a
Webr Mthokouthern BA, iToES.
Pelton and e of Ra argted n1( well
1tuet ofltstkf tl.t rh fro ofcto
l IPORT A*toN T.' ineGl ow,*t"
R.ts . onts finte out ad Ch.e
Ieoo lDDENs & .AE
A full line~~ of hl"t, Cotming &nTe
abv gooVE wit b olvd alawr tian wll
sa eetd botohk ofosandwti to.Giv
ni all ndsen formons fnolf Sowe
cAn bbuht any where i town. Giv
.ano aOal ndu Wsee ryorelvb1asI
\.. H. DOL