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THE NEWSAND HERALD.
WiNNSDoo, & C.
TIIURSDAY, Naow,er : 1870,
eo ArCANS'D frA Roofi
91NO. 8 iRYNOLYPS, ASSOCIAT1 EDITO.
SENAToS tampton and utl have
both expressed ia preference foriBavard
and McDonald as nomines Inl 1880.
senlator Iampton reiterates the Opinl
Ion that this ticket would defeat even,
WIrL,tIA I[. VANDERfuLT and Mack
ey, the bonanza kings, own live mil
lion (lollars wortl of boAds a piece,
and each clips fifty thousand dollars
worth of coupons every qairter. This
is Working hard for a living.
ZACIL CnANI,I.0t reviled Jeff Davis
outrageously in the last speech he crer
made-while the hand of D)eath was
already upon him. IIis fato calls to
mllinid Goldsinith's lilies on the inad
'The Inan recovered from the bite,
The (log it wm Ihat (lied."
GhEx. Joseph Hooker, or "Fighting
Joe," died s1ddeiily onl Friday, at the
ago of sixy-Voir. General Hooker
commanded at Chancellorsvillk where
he was ignoinilliously routed, Stone
wall Jackson's wound alone saving
the Federal army from destruction,
After that General Hooker was as
signed to a position in the West.
Since the war he had been living qui
etly at home.
As A MATTE: of interest to our read
ers we republish from the Camden
frournal an larticle signed "Fairplay inl
Fairfileld" Inoir1ophiion it by no means
reflects I hie Pentinients of a majority of
the Fairileih Democracy, except !in sio
fair fs it. recoglize-4 tle imporlant ser
vices of General 3ration. It took a
good man people to save the State in
1876, and oi e 1ma is enltitle( to all
the cre(lit. of tile A ictory. It is still
too early, however, todiscuss the iojii
iations of 1880.
The Charleston Canvass.
The straightout Democrats of
Charleston proposed to Sale's party
to have a primary election of all un
doubted Democrats in Charleston, to
(ecid the questionit between Courtc
nay and Saile. The proiller wats re
jected, and (lie convention without
more adlo nominated Captain (> urle
liay uinanlimously. We do not see
how the Sale men coulh reject these
ternis if they consider themselves I rue
D-mocrats and believed their caimli
date the choico of the masses in the
party. Their having (one fo throws
the odium of the split upon fthi.
Captain Courtenay and his friends
have (one ill in their power to heal the
breach; and they couldI go o farther
without absolute surren(ler, an abani
dormnent of.Dem.ocratic picils and
party' disci"line. Captai Courtenny
will receive the heart.y symp)athy of
the Demiocr'ats throughout thie State
in his gallant tight against open ene
mies without and1( secret foies within
the pafrt.y. As a gentleman remarked
in 01ur hiearinig, ChlesCton is blJy
off now. If Sale or Gayer winls she
will h)e dlead. Ra3dical1ism will sink
her beyond r'edemp)tion.
Eletions were held( in1 several Staites
on Tuesday, for State ofice or for
memiTbers8 of the~ Legislature. Of these
that in New Yor'k was the miost 11m
portant. Six candidates wvere inl thie
field for the governorsh1ip) of the Emi
pire State: Cornell, Republican, IRobin
sonl, Democrat, Kelly. iBol (inlg Demo
crat, and1( Lewis, G reenbacker, be
skies a Templerance and a Socistlist
candidate, of whom nobody~ ever heard
before anid probably will never hear'
again. Connecticunt elects a Legisla
ture, and half' or the Senators chosen
nmow will v'ote for United States Sena
tor in 1881. Virginia decides whether
she will pay her debt or will repudiate
it. Wisconsin elects State oflcers.
The following is a1 Summuary of the
r'esuilt, as~ gaitheredic fr'om1 Tuesday
night's telegrams: In New Yor'k, th'e
World admits that Roblnson is de
feated, and concedes the Legislature
to the Itepub,licans, but claims the
election of' the rest of the Democratic
ticket by 30,000 majority. In Con
niecticut the result gives the lleplll
cans a majority of ninety-thiree 0on
joinit ballot. In Massachusetts, the
vl'ypulienn wnby about 15,000 ma-.
Joritg.InMran th De cas
aryteState ticket and the Legisla
ture. Ini New Jersey the Itepublicalns
gaini one Senator and five or six As
semblymen, still retining contr'ol of
the Legislature. Pennsylvania has
gone Itepublican, by a pr1obably in
creased majortty. Wisconsin is Ite
publlcan by abont 20,000 majorIty. In
Milssissipp)i the Democrats carry all
but a very few counties. IlIliois,
Minnesotal and Nebraska go Republi
ean. in Virginila the lle-adlJusters
seem to have carrIed the clay.
Tn a recent speec to his constitu
ents In St. Lawrence county, Now
York. Rosc Conkling delivered the
following inicendiar'y language:
And let me say to you right here,
on~cetfor' all, and ITask you to remember
it and to try me by it, that unless New
York Interposes to prevent it, next
Vyear the goveriunent of this country.
Riot only the Presidency but the twvo
* houses ofCcongrecss-wji pass into the
? .~ hands of the very men who plunged
this country Iito a fled Sea of revolu
tin,wh dapd hi lndin mourn
anatox te supemens audcal led
A oneoraoy collapsed and disap
90et'ed. I is niow 1879, and the very
,~tneni wh)o caused the rebellIon, and thge
- trniun who dipped their feet in the
e 0bbd of th iation and mnade the
tongues of tleir dogs red with the
same, have come back and taken pos
session of both honses of Congress,
taken voiel"government by the throat,
and said (hey would starve or strangle
It unless it made ternis; and the P1rosi
dont gave up i s coliscionce anild his
oath as the price and tle pelnalty of
allowing the goverIment to continue.
A greatilnmber of these backwoods
Rladicals never icfd anly paper but
tteiIown party organs, at know
not ling about. the outside world ex
cept w.hat their le:i(lers tell them. It
is etsy to un(1erstalil how terrified
they become wlien 1Roscoe turns lim
self loose. They lie awake at nights
expecting to have their throats cut "'t
any moieit, an)d 1ear that they may
niot live till election (lay to Save
the Union once more. Such ince-ni
diary and eowarly villains 11s
Conkling ought to b)e halged
Cor tle peace of tle country. .lis
falsehioods are wilrul and m1;alicious,
and yet lie mot only holds tle 1eplbli
call party of New York in his hand,
but imakes the A dniiist rationl cringe
at his feet. The country is not salb
while such Imn as Coinig wield in
luenee. 1hl1ey are tar n rC (angcr
Ois to tle liberties of tle people thanl
yen a vindictive South could bc.
Cheering Signs of Progress.
No more1 clieleing signs of prog-ess
can be found dhanl exist in the impetus
given to education in Fairfield couity
diring tle past year. Wlith renewed
fhliancial hiopes comes the desire of the
parent t.o have his chilrell fitted to
petromn their duty in ife an111d to do
hono* to their name. The suipport
givenk to schools inl Winillsboro has
beel very grat ify,ing. Tlhisi town en
joys (lie distiiction orf being the firt
o 11sk for local taxatl ion for edueat ion.
Wiinlsboro's example has, as was pre
flicted, awaikeiied the zeal of' oth-er
parts of (lie couity. Tie peolz of
Feasterville, Solle ceeks ago, had a
Iieetiing, orgaliized at graled school
an(d petioned for tie right of taxation
ill a school district six miles square.
Last. Saturday the citizens of Monti
cello also took steps to organize a
graded School, and petitioned 11i a
(istri.t four miles square, with the
privilege of local taxation ; anld uitil
the LegisI.tuer acts utponl the petition
they pledge thiemselves to pay one
ttilh the amount of their taxes (about.
two mills) for.the slpport of graded
school. We are indt'wImed that Blvt he
wood is taking steps to have a 1irst
class school in tlie llytiewood Sem1
nary, a commodious and weitfitea
bu'iding. From all p irts of tle county
coie yeiewed calls for schools, and
we predict that (lie day is not fi-ir dis
tant. whenl every district will desire a
local tax law. :lvr pioper restric
tions this law can do no harm and is
caplable of eilecting much good.
Since tihe inlauguration of fle Mount.
Zion (raded School several f11m1ilies
have moved into town, aind it is said
that within a week atler Monticello
dleteriined to have a g'ood1 school,
tour appl)1ieti ons w~ere maiude to routt
a dwellinug thait had11 beeni untenanted
for several yeairs.
Theli peop)le arec awake about schools.
All t hey nieed is money, and1( as the
out look is promiisingi" we hope~ this
dlifleuIlty 31ay sooni be surmliouunited.
A good school enhances (he value of
real estate anud eneourauges ilmnigra
tion, not only from other p)arts of (lie
counity bu1t fromu abroad.
We are waiting to hear from Ridge
way about (lhe schools. Th'lere is no
danger wh latever of tile stoppage of'
the schiools. Thiey tare oin a iin basis
anlyhiow without (lie P'eabody Fund,
b)ut, of courPse, they cannlot bie con
duCced oni so large ai scale its hereto
fore withlout. hav ing somie further pro
vision miadeo for themn. The State tax
and theC 1)01 tax, with a ill and~ a
half' local tax, ought to raise about
twenmty-fouir or' five hunidred (dollars
for niext yeari.
As the scholastic year begani on the
1st of Novemiber, anld as ai meetingi.
must soon1 be called anyvway to coni
sider the regulari levy of (lie 1Ocal1 tax,
we wouldl sutggest to (lie patirons of
the schoo01 and1 all others' initerested,
to have a mueeting at all carly day to
confebr with) the school aulhiorities and
discuss tile eduicaf.ional qluestionI. We
are contfidenit that with theC desire for
good schiools existing In (lhe commiu
nity, 110 trouble will be found in de
vising th10 means. The only thing
necessary is to make a movec. Will
(lie Mount Zion1 Society have au meet
inlg and( Invite tho aittenidancoe of the
citizens for consuiltaition?
A Cmuaucue Foix RoscoE.-A distant
relative of Beuedict Arnold, 0110 Isaac
N. Arnold, formnerly at memberiiC of
Congress fr-om Chicago, has1 taken (lie
lecture field to decfend( his remote
kiusmani from th1e opplrobilum whlichi
the .A.umricani people have lhe lped uipon
hliml. Perhuaps this wvill enicouramue
Mr. Conikling (.o believe that after im.
hats been dead as5101 lo iS as enedict,
somle kind relative wi I undertake to
pr.ove that lhe neyer did the Sprague
faimily any hlarm, anId that on thie
evi5lng of the celebrated ep)isodo at
Canionchet hie hand simplly (enlled to
borrow ma little saleratus to make some
tea bilscuit at his boardiiig house.
NoT 'WOn -rmie QJATArY.--The
Moxicani volcanio Orizaba, 1 7,:l00 feet
above the level of the sea, has beeni
aiscendedl by M. Athalza, a residenmt Iln
Pueblo. T'h irteen personls accomipa
riled him, one of whom died at the top
fi'om rarefact ion of the air, and anothi
er a few days afterward fi-om erysipec
las, caused by tIle reflection of the~ sun
on (lie snow. Seveni thiousand( stoeps
had to be cut In the sn)ow to gaini the
summit, and (lie exp)editioni occupied
four (days, 0one of wivichi was a blank
owing to ralin and snow. Blaroni Mul
her, In 1859, firot made the ascent, aund
lie has had very few successors.
---To cough and at the same time be
entertaininlg is Im lOSsibl. Dr.'Bull's
ouhSyrup will reach your' case.
Prico 25 cont1
ROLITIVA r GOBRI.
A FI'rftld Viow of General Gary.
lFron the Canden Journal.)
Bdor of the Journal: I am ifh
ly gratifled to see your own and other
puperscoming out boldly and ide
pendentlV for General Gary for GoV
crier, foi under (ho repressive, ,or galr,
policy which Ias prevailed in tis
State, I feared that the Clarion voice
which la;s sou1nde(d so clearly and eiar
leFslv from the first battle of Manaissas
to the surrender at Appomiatox, anld
froi th titiem it sounded the sloganl i
1871; till whito winged peace 1ad Et
tled over our State was silenced, and
the deels of Ilie soldier and statesman
forgotten. "Old Mart Gary" has
1de at pallant fight for Is 'country
d IPeopde fr1 the time hie led thoe
1h1unipt.onl LegiolnI at Manassas to the
(ine when h e'said 11South Carolinians
neMVIer sirrender," anid left tihe field of
Appomattox ; and then again from the
tilic he electrified the State by the
victory over Chmunberlain aund Corbin
to (he titme when (lhe Suvremi1 Court
repudiated more Ohan a nillion dollars
worth of filauduilent bonds-for which
we ma) thank him and hisco-workers.
I Jo has aways fought ol the sidoo the
Ieople-the whitc peop/e-o1, the State,
tid many of the ret'orms which have
been accomplished have been tle re
stilt of his labor andm bearing, for too
oflen ho has been compelled to leIad
where but. few dared to follow. 1i0
has been called "ambitious," "a domt
gogue," anmd 1mny other nates, but
neither 1hreats nor frowns of powers
or principalities, of bondholders or
Radicals have mia1o him Swerve from
(he course marked -t for himselft as at
rtepresentative of the people. 1is 10
cord will compare favorably with that.
of' in other man in South C'arolimt for
skill an1d courage as a soldier, tfi kbili
1t or. Aesight as a statesilmi ; antid his
devotion to (le State and her best in
terests, as le -ees them, i.- almost, with
out i parallel, For he lits ofteni laid to
shad alone whenl he was clearly-as
iie huas provenl--inl the hl" t..
Wias (%try more itimibitious, or less
palt riot ic, (lhan atny other man because
lie Fouglit. bravely and skilIl*ullly aid
won dislinction durilg the war? Ias
he been more of a demagoLtiue, or less
he stafesilmi 0lian others because ho
contended for upright. judges, the usu
I law t1nd aainkst; the flaudilulent
debt, when timle has proven his Views
to bie correct? 110 nloiniliated llmip
toin an11d Simpsonl, and both havl-e been
re-elected-t lie onel now Go%vCrnor and
the othe in ihe United States Smnte,
ns is also his co-wbrker, Geiieral M. C.
Iutler, who secoided his eflibrs in
1876. Gary, after putting many of
these men in position, id aller declin
ing tle position or attorney-general in
fa01 o' General Conner, took his po
sition in li State Seite, where lie
purged that body, also helping to
purge the 11ouse, and there deitimanded
at pure ,judiciatry, -which Was accomi
plislied. Illis recor in the State Stn
tle is more brilliant. than that of anv'
airolinlianl wIlo ver ocllpied t posi
tion there, and, but for him, many
ev,ils would have remiaiiod uneorrect,
I llpton1, Dutler, Kershaw, Wal
lace, 111agood, Cotimter, 11a.,kell and
iammy others have beenl rewarded, s0110
ot.hOem once, twice, yea fihree tiites;
aid even Willard anid \1ackey have
not. been ffrgottenl, (being "always
atrounid when they were handing out,
(lie oIlives," as MAimkey said,) and
Gary't is still left out in (lie col. lie
goodl who is talso spoken of for' Govern
or, wtho lhas liad the p)osition of Comp
troller-General for four years, drawiig
at subhtry of' abotut $5,000 annutially,-'
which wrill amiounut to about $:t),000
out of' thle State treasur-andl lie thus
hats lied his reward.
The Slate cer'talowesGary some
I hin g, tind what slhl she giv'e him ?
Surely niot, thme cold shtoulder', a.s she
hias domne,, while honiors are piled upjoni
those who did less-whio, in t'eet, owe
their positjins to him. Al thlough lie
lies beeni "'gagged," aindt persecuted by
those who have stood by him, lie has
b)eent too pr'oudl to complain or benid;
andt alhoumgh lie does iiot task for po
sititoni, or "'bread," sitrtely they wvill
niot. "'ol'r lim a stonic."
We ar'e gladi to hear a voice from
across (lie river raised ini behailf' of
(4iry, for' lie helped to give us Mclver,
Kershaew, I ludsonm amit othem's, amid this
shiould nimot be forngotteni. Let us say,
also, that Gemer'a, or "0( oh ol" Brat
toni, bi'ave, honiest tand true, shouldi not
be ihr'gottenm, andi( wO hope you. \vill
give hiunm a pla'o on thie State ticket
also. There are many good men ini
the St ate, who should not be forgottemi,
for "'Iime abont is fair play'," tind
t here is ino good( r'eason why a set of
imen should be allowved to mmoopolize
lie honiors and emnol umnts ot' the
Slite, to the exclusion of' those equally
To comae back to General Gary, we
have this to say in conchlusion: T1'hat if,
af'teir mill lie has dlone f'or tnS, he is to0 bo
perisettcte, '"gaiggedl," ignor'ed, over'
slaug.hed amid t'orgotton, or' puishied aside
bythe leaders, so-celled, of thue State:
it'thle p(eople are not to be c.onsuted,
amid the ring umasters are to decide whio
shall or' sallI inot have ofilee, thlen we
will soon1 demai~nd to kniow the reaisoni
wthy) ; for we hiaive not forg'oten him.
Let himn come bef'oro the ~people ini a
pimary' or' othier ehectioin, and we will
shiow them who the peopl)1 wanut.
Th1ey mayl mnanipulatte their conivmn
tions, but they cannot chamge thc
hieai'ts of' the people, f'or in these Gairy
williive. Hie has grown old and gr'ay,
andI, I am fold, fe'eblo, too, in (lie serv
Ice 01'his counitriy; and though they
mtay "keep him down," or thr'ust hin
aside, 01' "gag" him again, becaunse lhe
contends for' Aniglo-Saixomn civilization,
still lie wtill live in (lie audmirationi and
esteem of Caroliinianis; amid Itf lie dies
before lie is ftly rewarded, lie willl live
in thie history ot'South Carolina. This
nonte can'takc fr'om him, not even the
F5AInPL'JAY IN FALIRFIELD.
'IT 'TIr AGIN.-A lady of amlalilo
dlisposit ion was lately istructimng a
class oni dty to I lie neighibor. A t the
termInation of' the lessomi, amid after an
oi'atiomi oni the vir'tue of r'oturnuling good
for evil, in thie belief that she had made
a favorabie if' not a lasting impression
on the youthful minds she wound ump
wIth the following question: "Sup
pose ji per'soin were to be utikind to
you; or'strike you, wvhat wvould you
do.' A pause ensued, when one little
glirl, sharper thamn the r'est, made -tIme
following laconice amnd not uninatural
reply : "'It 'Itm agin."
As COTTON 1s KINI.--In commerce,
so the liver' is kinig in the hiumanu ays
em. We canniot live inm any peace with
hisa great organ diseased. To keep it
ini comndition to perform its Amnotions,
use Di'. Gilder's Liver Pills. They are
8sold by all druggist8 and( country mer.
chanits. For sale by Dr. W. E. Alken.
-Pay your stbaoriptio~s
-Which is the heaviest horse on the
road? A lead horse.
-The bloody shirt is a bigger rag
than the red bandana.
-Not a put up job, as yet: The
-In order to look spruce it is not
necessary that you romainl eve"grcen.
--The fashionable young Jadv with
her hair fi style is the proprietoorof a
-Kii Words can never die. It is
di toreuit -with the gra. .1hired biache
or of youthful t(...deiies.
-rIWe presuinle the axlef res of rail
road car-wheels are called journals be
cause of their rapid circula'tion.
-An Elmralder, being charged wit h
steainuc a wagoni, swore lie hiid had it
evr since it, was a wheelbarrow.
-What is the difTerence between a
trec and an elephant ? A tree leaves in
the spring, but an elephant leaves
when the inacgeric does.
-The ways of rlovidonce are indeed
mysteriouls. A Chicago imlilkaan has
been killed by lightniig while water
-The telephone is7making sad in
roads upon good mainers.t' The po
litest person geierally begins conver
sation -with a rude shout of "Iiello1
Who are yoil I"t
-Deadhead was the name of a win
mnig horse at Jerome( lark. Of course
he was.bound to pass.-Bos. Com.
-Negro pedestrians are comiig into
favor. Is this an indicalionl that black
legs make the most out of walking
-1aragraphers all remind us we
make our jokes sublimip, and by steal
ing kj) beSide IN cords ot' Copy 1111
-The ioston Po.t says: "General
ly, irf the (1rand vizi vrof' Trkev be-.
gis his termi of otllc.. witlh a clcanl
sl ii r, thle girm I'ienIt wN ill lasthim 0 ihroug"h
his seasonl of p.wer."
-A .mob tarred and teafhired it
comic Sinliger out West for vloping willh
anothemr InaWs wifle. JiIs manlager.
bills him now as the "Great Feathered
-"I never look upon Ml.e tobacco
nist's signl ofll Indian girl without. a
feeling of grtituito for tle inestmble
boonl She .once Col erred po11nu our
fatmily," sid the man in the summer
ulster. Ilis name was Smith.
-There have been four highway
robberies iii the Yoseinite thissuimmIer,
ar.d thie hotel keepers up there are verv
bitter about it. Thev sav any mor'e
comipetition will drive them right out
-A Qiuaker having sold a flue-look
ing, but blind horse, asked tile pulr
chaser: "Well, my field. dost hou
see anly fitult inl him ?" "'Non what
ever," was the reply. ".Neiier will
he ever see any inl thce," said h1onecst
-Porous plasters wOro marked
down to f1lleen cents bv a Danbury
druggist yesterday. T'his is m1uch
chieape than an undershirt, to say
noth.ng about tle saving in washing.
Besi(ls, you always know whore it is.
-Apropos of the recent iatal dra
Imatic accident at Biltimore, (lie Dv
troit Free Press remarks that it' that
meical studenit 11ha ee out robbin
a grave inisteadc of' atteniding a tieatre,
tihe chlances aire that he wouah1n't have
beena shot . 'No oine ever' loses any thing
by at.teniding'to his business.
-A tourist new to the bcer-drintk
inig ways of'the good 1pe01)10of' Munich,
asked the lady presiding at a pair
balle itf heri customeis did niot frequent
ly become initoxicated. "Sant a laia,
sir', they naever' get dr'unk, but thecy
somuetiines bur'st 1"
-"Is this good money?" said a man
to a suspicious-hookinag 'wighat who had
maade some small purcha<cs of huim.
"It ought to be good, for 1 ade it mny
self'," was thie answer'. With that he
took the mian up foir coining; but the
man, in his (defenice, p)rovedl that lie
maade the maoney by boot-making.
-"'Tough, miadam-i-touigh did you
say ?" sid the ir'ascible boar'der to'thae
land(ladly, as lie wvas trying to cnr've
what wyas ostenlsill a chicken
"Yes'ma; andi( were I t'o give my op)in
ion ont lhe f'owl, I shiouild say it was
old enough to have scaratchietl up1 theo
steds ot' origfinal sian whien they wer'e
'-"The testimnonial of' IRarus to the
excellence ot' my track was so neatly
wordedl and compilimenatar'y that I felt
compi1elledI to returan thaniks, and assur'e
liar'us thait I wiill have the tiack shoart
cnmed againi, so that lhe can trot in 2:10.
Inl the future asR in the past, I shall
spar'e n1o paains to make my hiorses the
fastest in the world."-'Rfobert Bion
-Let us conlsole our'selves. General
Grant said in his speech at Por'tland
fliat Federal and Conifeder ates arte
"nowy associated together ini a couintry
of which they all have the right to 1)e
praoud(,"' andl( the orgauis have already
b)eguni to pumIimel h imi about it. It is
getting so no0w a man can't be sociable
evon i n hh, *.u ps.-Alla nla C'onstlitu
-Small gi.rl, vory harshly, to doll
in a toy carrmige, (1011ly haviing tumbled
friom t he seat: "Sit right up, you hor
rid thing! iDon't your* daire to (10
that agaiin, or Il whip you." Seeing
a p)asser, who had approalced unob01
ser'ved, she mod(ltk(td hoer voice, and
continued-in dluhcot tones: "Now, sit
up straight, and be careful naot to fall
and hurt yourself'."
-Jud(ge t.o mendicant whom anothera
motidicanit has hiad arrested for assault
and battery: "What made you boat
tis parnalyz4d mtan, your companion
in misery, ehi?" Mendicant-i'll tell
vou, your' honor'. For a whole month
i drew him around in ourt little cart,
we being par'tner's, and thent when, ac
cor'ding to our articles of p)artnership),
it was h is turn to daraw me around for
a mont h, and mine to be paralytic, ho
refused to fulfill his contract."
-he otheri day in place of a recipe
a newspap)er published the followilng
notice: "We sinceaoly triust that ouar
roader's will forgive us. Yesterday ini
a recipe for' the chilblains we inadver
tently stated that the remedy was to be
takeni Internially.' It Is, on the contra
r,for. Oxter'nal appilication. We hopo)
tat Providlence hmas reOstrinhed thae
hatnds of our beloved subscariboers, for
every one who drank of this compoutd
Is dead by this .tim.o. We prosenat in
advatneo mar condolence to the bercav
.PURE WVHITE OIL.
--160 DEGREBS FIRE TEST.
W E recommend the VESTAL
O as a safe Illuminator. It Is
as clear and white as water, consequently
gives a brilliant light with very litt
oder. '~Try it The prce ' is tess thao
over. gJ~ , BERATYI 00.
Sre extracted ftom Vegetable products,
coMbining in thoni the Mandrake or May
Apple, whioh in rcognized by_ physician.
as a substituto for calomel, possessing au
the virites of that mineral, without it
bad after -eIrete.
AS AN ANTI-BILIOUS
thyaro tineomparable. They stimulate
the TO.tRPID LIVERI, Invigorato the
inJiLtYOSSYSTEt, ~ati givo tone to
thofIGES3iTIVEi OltGANS,oreatng por
foofdgestdon~and thorough aimilr.tion
of food'heye't a poworfr~l Influence
on tho RNEDiYIand LIVER, 7.nd
fhrough thoe ormn remo ve all impuri..
ties, thus vitalizing the tisnuoaof the body
and causim a hoalthy condition ,of the
AS AN ANTI-MALARIAL
R EM EDY
They have no equal; and as a result act
to a preventive and cure for Bilioua,Re
and Fever anid Agt. Upon the healthy
action of the Stomach, dependnaalmost
wholly, the health of the liunt race.
T1 THE 1AE
of.the resont generation. It to for the
Cure of thio dien and iis attcadants
havO gaincd such a wido spread renuta-.
iionNoReiw.:Iy liais eve joi hxosv.~6
ered th.it aAtn w> rnedily~ andi geotf.ly~on
tho digivor.n ;vin th-em tono
andv or toenji tat ofod. '.chin being
N~ER~V(US SYSTUW IS B3RACED,
TNlE CRAMN 1. MOURISHiRD,
A11D THE BDDY R1BUST.
,_inW coipoel ofthc J,uices of planA.q
t. b%Ly pk eUll'il fuen
icpi ._d prI i 'rl. in_a concentrated
form2j_hey aro .uaranteed imo from
nnly thirm that can injure the most clel
A noted chcin!t. who has an, 1.-rted them, says
"THE'RE IS MORE VIRTUE IN ONE OF
TUTX,j rILLs, THAN CAN BE FOUND
IN A PINT O:V ANY OTHER."
We therefore say to the afnieted
Try thir Remody fairly, it will not
harm you, you have nothing to
loso,but will surely gain aVigo
rouc 1:ody, Pure Blood, Strong
Norves and a Cheorful Mind.
Principal Offlee, 35 DMuS-,y st., N. Y.
PRICE 20 CENTS.
ld 1. ": .'.s tchout the world.
TUTT'S HAER DYE.
On-AY ITAin on tWtsliale Changed to a Ot.OssV
UI.ACK~ by nt inrio e iitI ittin oft this D)rP. It Sm.
pirte a Nml urA:Solr, acts 1 t Antanemo sly, and iSo
S r r old by Druggists, or
p~) i~'re-i oil receipt oi $1i.
Qff 1e % M'aurray St., now York.
fTE 7V1-,I'ND OF AMLA
"I had no appetite; HIolloway's Pills
ye mo a hearty one."
'Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and keep them
a the house."
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headache
Ahat was chronio.
"I1 gave one of y our Pills to my babo
for cholera morbus. The dear little
thing got well in a day."
"My nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment
enre] me of noises in the head. I
rui.lw:1 tmm,e of your Ointment behind
the ears and the noise has left."
"Send me ,two boxes; I wtant one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send mse five boxes of your Pills,"
"Let mse have three boxes of your
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
these, b)ut want of space oompels mse to
FoR CUr.umOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is most invaluable. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates
withI the mfost searching effects to the
very rcot of evil.
RiOLLO WAYI'S OINTMENT.
P'osses~sed of this remedy, every marn
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these means, oures
sores or ulcers in the throat stomiach,
liver, spine or other paris. It is an in
fallible remedly for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff jointn, gout, rhaouma
tism. and all skin diseases.
I3IPORTANr CAUTION.-None are genuine un
less the signature of J. JiA YDocIc. as agent, fol
the Uni teit States surrounda each boex of Pinhi
andi Clntmenut. Boxes at 23 contr, 62 cents, and
Qwm There Is considerable savingc by taing
the large . sizes. llOLL.OV WY & CO.,
feb 15-1y .New York.
P UREl Rye Whiskey, Ale, Porter and
Soda Water for sale by
fl HE undersigned would call especial
..attention to their newly-received
F"ALL AND WINTER GOODS.
These goods have been so looted with
special reference to the wva..ts of this
market, and will be sold at
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
The stock consists of too many articles to
be enumerated in enadvertisement. An
examination can alone satisfy purchasers.
A call from purchasers is respootfully
P.MLNEKER & Bib.,
0ongross street, one door south of Morri
H,otel, Whnnsboro, 8. 0.
se pt 80-xttf
T HHonlypqreStoe Montai Oo
YELLOW 37M.-BLACK VOMIT
IIt is too soon to forget the r(%v es of ti;
tort ible disease, which will no dout return in
a more malignant and firulent, form la the fall
months of 1879.
MEliELL'S IBlMTIN19, a remedy digcoT.
crod in 8ontieru NuWa and used with sucb
wonderful result,s I Houth America where thie
Ilost aggravated iases of fever are found,
causes from one to two otiees of bile to je
filtered or strained from the, blood each time it
passes through the liver, as rong as an excese
of bile exists. By its wonderful action on the
Liver and Stomach the 1liXrIN not. only pre
vent,s to a certainty any kind of Yever and
Black Vomit. but also cures Headache, Consti
P1tinA of the Bowels, Dyspepsia and till
M ilarial diseases.
No one need fear Yellow Flover whin will
expel the Malarial Poison and exc(s. of bile
frot the blood by using M.iKtiti.V IlYrATINI
which issold by all Druggists in 25 cent ani
$1.00 bottles, or will be sont by expxess by the
A. F. M ERRELL & CoQ, Phila., Ila.
Dr. Ilumbertoi's Stillingit or Queewi's
fIfiTho reports of wondrful cureu of Rheurna
tismn, Scrofula, Balt. thenm, Syphilis, Caneer,
Ulcers and ores, that come from a' parts of
tho nolniry, are not only re'narkable but so
miractlous as to be doubted was it not for the
abundance of proof.
Remrkablo Cure of Sorofula, Ao.
CASE OF1 COL. J. C. BRANSON.
K INoSTON, GA., September 15, ISMI.
ORNTS:-For sixteen years I htavo been a great
sufferer from'Hcrofula in i most (list ressiN
forms. I have been confined to my rooti and
bed for fifteen years with scrofulous ulcera
t,10n14. 'Tho Mnost approved reielles for sichi
eases had been used, anIl the Ilost, em1lie,L
physelau.s consulted, vitIont any deciled
beneft. Tus prostrited, listressed, d(spo tl
ing. I was adVisx by )r. Ayer. of Floyd ctoun
.y. Ga., to comineneo the use of yosir Coni pound
Extract Stilhtgia. Lanue as as insulicient
to desoribe the relief I obtaiued from the use of
tie H(I1111igia as It, is to coINvey an adtIMItO
idea ot t,ie intensity of my suflfeling before
1sing your medicine :suflCIent to say. I aball
doiet all other remledlies and continued t lie Ise
of .tour Extract of stillingla, until I can say
t.ruly "I tin cureta of all paln," of all disease,
with nothing t.o obstruct the active pursuit of
my profession. More than eight mout-hs have
eMiipSed since tills remarkable cure, without
tiny rettril of the disease.
For the trut,h of the above statenent. I refer
to any gent-tema it Biartow County, Ga., antI
to tth) mnem,e s of tIle bir or Cherckee elrctlit,
who tire tltillted with tile. I shall ever
reilaitn, with the deepest gratitude,
Your oblett1 it, servant,
J. C. BRANSON, Att?y. at Law.
WEST POINT, G A., Sept. 16. ISTO.
(3N9-y 4lit Was.4 takO on te 25t1
dty of -June, 18:;:;. with What was slpposed to ie
AMIte lheuttnal Isni, and was Iteated for the
satime with 110 stccess. In March, following,
pieces of bone tegan o work out, of I lie right
arm, and continited to appeatr till all the bone
fron. tile elbow to tile shulder Joint Canne ou0t.
Many ieces of bone camic Ot of rIght, foot andi
log. Iie e1se was t.len plr00ottned one of
White Swelling. After having been contilnd
about six years to her bed, ant the easo cotn
sidered hopele., I was induce,d to try Dr. Pete
bt,rtons's Compound Extract of Stillingia. antd
was so well satisit0d wIth its effects tltnt I havoe
continued the use of it until tile present.
My dIalighter was confined to hler bed about
six years before she sat 111) or evetn tutrneld over
withtott help. She noW sits I1) all day, anti
sews most of her time-has wa ked ncross the
roomi. Her general health is now good, and I
believe she will, as her limbs gain strenigh.
walk well. I attribute hert recovery, witI the
blessing of God, to the use of your invaluable
With gratit.ude, I am, yours truly,
W. D. BLANTON.
WEST PoINT. na., Se t. 16, ISTO.
01tNTs :-The above cert:ficate of Mr. W. B.
1lantotn we know and certify to as being true.
The t hing bs sot hundreds of tie nost respeet
ed citizens will certify to it. As much reference
can be given as tnay Ibe required.
CRAWFORD& WAER, Druggists.
IION. 11. D. WILLIAMS.
r?" DR. PEM BEI'1TON'S 8TILALTNIA is pre
pared by A. F. MERREL,L & CO.. 'hla., Pa.
Sold by ill ruggssts itI S1.t10 hot,tle-, or sent
by express. Agents wantQd to canvass every
end for Book-"Curlors Story"-free to all.
31edicines sent to poor people payable in instal
J UST opened a nice lot of Kenucky
Saur Kraut and Bologna Sausage.
A choice lot of Sugar Cured Hlams,
average Size 12 lbs., Breakfast Strips,
All kinlds of fresh grocories arrivitng
daily. All the favorite brands of
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. Give
Inc a call and got a bargain.
W I. DONLY,
nIov 4OOn the Corner.
E respetftullycall the attention of
cth public to our neW lot of
:Goods, and request an inspeotion of them
befoe pchamg.Our goods have been
carful eted, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can bo bought from anybody anywhere.
We would call the attention of the
landies to our line of Cloaks, Dross goods,
Faney Goods, Hosiery, eto. A very prot-.
asseortmnent of Ties anid other Nook
oods. Laces, Edgings, Frillings, etc. in
Oar Gents' Goods department is coin.
piete in every thing..
In heavy goods, 5such as Jeans, Korseyn,
laInnels, Homespuns, Blankets, &o., we
are full up, at the lowest prices.
SHOES! SHOQES.I! SHOES !!!
Come and examine our Shoes before
buying. Call and see ,our stock, and we
will convince you that we sell goods as
cheap as anybody,
/?Y' We are agents for J. & P. Cats
Spool Cotton. and ldig Biros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-New York Prices,
oct McMASTER, BRICE & Co.
A ekIn your own town, and na
6" ca ital' risked. You can giv the
snsa alwithout exapense. Tfhe lo o.
portunlty ever offered for those willIng t
wvork. oushoi try nothing else unti i ou
see for yourself what you can do at the btai.
-ness we offer. No room to erplaia here. You
can devot al your tior rely your spre
ever hour that yuwork. Women' asas
muci as men. Sed for special privue terms
and part.iculars whioh we mail tree. P utfit
fre.Dnt copain ofhr times whlei you
Au H co, OO ortland, an.
Tmis standard article is comupound.
ed with the gratest care,~
*Its effects aire us 'wondernll 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 sensatiofl of great
comfort, and tle scalp by its us
becones white and clean.
By its tonic properties It restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, reventing balidness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, "'the con
stitents alre pure, and carefully se
lected for excellent quality ; and I
consiler it the EssT PMEFARATIoNI
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollari
Asu ingham's :Dye
FOR -THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to change the color of the
board from gray or any other undesir
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef
fectually produce a permanent color,
which wilt neither rub nor wash ofI.
Man,ufactured by R. P. HALLt & CO-6
for it Indggists, u1t Deals"a isticiaU.
Solln w l hasers of Idnos, Or.
gais. ceania pebpacation rna d
whoie aren(t alive to teeir
oownr hg terest will
buyull fronoc tin
MUih il,ithePr ru or wasifli6U
LUDDtEN & BATES'
And B Dr ounch Houses
AUGUSTA. GA. ATL ANTIA, GL
(4u rI n 'ol 1- s L IAlu) illos, Co.
C. . Mci-nahian & Co. Me8mith Musia Pouse.
JACKSON VIALLE, I LA. PE 1SACOLA, FA.
-.A. n r. Capbeli.e rown nro
Savannah, Ga., 18 t.he Grand Mutsical Centre of a
solid Musie:a Suith, and from thio Central
Distribraing itepot, with its chain of
A ranc Music HJou ou, l under
one mantage ment., attd having
uin form Prices and Terms,
are dirawn the tanusical
______supr lies of t.he South.
-OUit G1LAND- .
Pianos anid L.Organs
The only sale of the kind 'evor successfully
carriedl aut in tile U. S. Five thousand stand
ad int r 1ents at Factory Rates for Cash, or
.Ten of the leading Manufacturers of the U, S.
have given us exclusive control of th~eir instru
ients in the Soth, and autthorized us topineo
for Intfluch~i on and Advertisement One T1'ous
and of t heir best, inst.ruments in repri sentative
outern households at Factory Wholesalo
PIANOS T Oct. nine Ilosewooa. Carveda12
Lt-gs. Six Years Guarantee.25
PIANOS 7 Oet.inneuRosewood, Can-v-$155
PIANOS Tw oet. Square Grand, Su- $257
A ll g'taranteed instruments..Iiaka3r's name
en each. Fifteen Days"'Trial if wanted, we pa
the freight if no sn.o. A trial costa not,hing i
inst,rumnent don't suit. Don't hesitate to ordor
M~ASON AND IHAMLIN ORGANS.
Chiurch and Parlor
,Organs. Not Lowest
Priced antd Dearest
hIlt Highest Prlced
Best and Cheapest.
O Steps, only $80. 10
4tops, only SO5. 1. itit
Mlirror'Top, only $100.
Peloubot & Pelton
Organs, Sts, oni
0ell chimes, only $i00
end for Intronitetia iale el givn
priers andi full in formntion.
The magnifieent Chickering, falleb & Davis
WVebnr, Mnihushuek. Southern oem, Di:sie ant
Favorite PI'nos. Mason & Hlamlin, Peloubt &
Polton and Sterling Organs oil included in this
sirtoents ofia'st te.o resrom Factor
Lrest. soleetiOi of stand ird instruments over
IMORT ANT. Pioti*o"
n T he'i So,uth. st ad o
LUDDEN & BATES.
INDIA IRUBBnR 'BE1YI21G
VEan4 six inch three ply Bolthrg.
Luoerno Seed 'Olovqr ,50 4 -~
iow prices, ist reeiv -