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V~TI* NEW AND1 H~'1ERAL~D.
*S BORO. C.
SATURIDAY, November 18,
e BrTANS DAv-S, Ef)ITOR.
. S. RNYNOLPS, ASMoIATH ENITOR.
iE ELIEFCTION Ietuins thiS fall show
I nuttilber of ulnustlgliv small mlalori
ties, and the result is mero chance.
In 1874 1u* favored the Democrats,
a iniber of Congressmen and minor
officials being elected by fiom one to
twenty majority. This year luck was
oitw Republican side. In NeVw Jer
Sy a Democratic Assembliman had
eighteen majority, and three ]Republi
cans pluralities of one. five and ten
votes respectively. in another dis
trict, Williams, Republican, received
1,273 votes. Wi. I. Brown, Demo
crat, 1,272, and two were cast for W.
1. R Brown. If Brown gets these,
aR he should, he would have o1e
majority. But the board is Republi
can. Seventeen votes thus elect four
Republicans, and give that party coil
trol of the lower branch of the Legisla
ture. In Now York Strahan, Iepub
lican, Is elected Senator by twenty-six
votes in a poll of twenty-two thousand.
SoME. STATE papers advocate the
holding of the State 11nmilating Coll
vention in Greenville or Spartanburg.
We see no reason fotl departing from
the custom of holding the convention
at the State House in Columbia. The
State capital Is a central place and
has peculiar advantages. Once de
part from this custoin and an inevita
ble wrangle will springy up between
rival ownms and rival factions, thus
Introducing anl additional disturbing
element. Again, the geogrla-phiel
positiol of Columbia is such as to
make it easily accessible from all parts
of the State. To reach Greenville
would entail coisiderable cexl)ense on)I
delegate.4 fromi the Seacoast counties,
while Charleston would be too far
from the monlitaills. The arguimet
about outside pressure Is absuird. The
delegates sent from the difl'reit coun
ties are not the Imnl to be influenced
in their notions of duty and public
polley by hotel gossip and button
holing, either in Columbia, Charles
ton, Greenville or anywhere else.
The1 sol3 Cons8idClrat11oNs, thenl, are Cer
talnty anld greogralphical1 po,4tion, aind
for tis reasonl tho Convenltionls Should
coitinue to assemble in Columbia.
Tilden and Gary.
From the Charleston Democrat, the
Organ of Mayor Sale, we learn thut
General Gary is a warm friend of
]Tonl. W. W. Sale, and earnestly de- i
sires his re-election; also, tiat a
morning paper will soon he started in
Charleston to advocate the nomination
of Tilden for President and General
Gary for Governor. A writer in the
pfamle paper says:
I' The masses5C of the Democratic p)arty
I ' are for lonest 01(d Sam Tildenu fo'r
P'residenit of thme United States, and
for the old bald eagle, Mart. Gary',
the redeemer and liberatoL: otf t'm
State, and the ablest statesmain within
le borders, for Governor of South
friends are in judious in their method ]
of advocating his claims. The whole
State recognlizes the fact that in 1876
lhe worked gallantly for the redemp..
tionu of the State, and that Edgehield
Counlty was a potential factor in secur
nug tihe electioni of thle Democratic
toureo.nBtStver, therba Democrtdide
hisrdutyiand poiytho alie ooesetial.
o alcrib eal tile glorwy failurwol
fthveeitbly onued.am su o had
ourgon Stvte, one else,nand the
long way in preventing him from ob
tainling what is really his due. As
for the nlomIinationi of Tilen for
President we regard it 1no more pIroba
C ble than the selection of Thurman.
Tim NEws AND) IHERALD) defended Mr.
Tlduen fiom what it believed to be
unjust attacks, and was willing to ad- C
vocate his nomination if hie carried
N'ew York for Rlobinlson. The last
election in that State. if it means any
thing, means that Tildont is not theo
man. We do not see why the Sale1
party are advocatinlg this National
anld State ticket. Mayor Sale has
stretched to its utmost Ihnilt tihe1
"Hampton polrey" which has been
utterly repudiated by General Gary
wile General Gary and Mr. Tildo
hlave nlothinig in common. In charac
ter and in policy~ they are as wide
apart as the poles5.
We take no0 stock in tIle talk ab)out
4 rIngs and cliques and packed conven
/ tlons. 'T'he Democratic party in South
* ~ Carolina will see thlat there is a free
'race for all asp)irants, and whoever
wis nmst receive a solid support.
S The days of packed conventions are
passed, if they ver existed.
& Cleopatra's Needle.
A few years ago, tihe ,Khedivo ef
Egypt, in a :.iberal moment, gave the
4 celebr ated'obelisk, know'as Cleopa
tra's Needle, to Amerie i anld the New
- Yor k Workl undertook the job of
4 bringing It over. An American o0i1
cer recently reached Egypt with aip
bli~hances to move the obelisk, as its
monol h had been carried to
n ~tgiand. But tihe ne0w Khodive does
, itrelish the -Idea of losing one of
- t's wonders, andO thle European
i2~,~sI4nteo also view New York's prize
ta jealous eye. Commander Gor
- rfissed to relinquish is prize,
pi4h4 .1$% the matter before tihe
#' ~j~niqn 'Ounl, beids boisting tihe
990 ~rp. t the top of- the
~' ~ i J2~1iedolphuIa 2tVrne in
diss.1hng the question. puts on its
war llpaiit and speake as follows:
It is a good while since the Amer,
Clil Mglo did aItiy really serious
verecehilng li the faces of eftbte mon
archs of tie Old World, but ho Is at
it iow-at it like a house itiro.
Perched on top of the obelisk, that
under the old Kiedive's deed of gift
has become just as much Amterican
soil as Plymouth Rock is, the Bird 1s
speaking his mind; tid unless tho
dfte monarchs kee) al uncommonly
sharp lookout to windward there will
be fought another battlo of the Nile
that will result in our establishiig our
rights to the obelisk even at the cost
ifknocking to bits the whole Euro
1)can contiioit. As individuals anid
is a nation we Amerleans are singu
larly ptitlent in our dispositio aid
tmilable to a degree. Wit we aro
tWfuill Whenl We IIaIr In-ice fiily aii s 8 -
d. Let these haughty l)poteIitAtes
ad things of that sort beware I Com
tander Corrlinlge Is right alongsido of
hat obelisk; over it lie has hoisted
ie flag of (h proidest aid greatest
natiol In till the world; beneiath lthe
lag is the Bird. This coibinlationl
nens that we intend to bring away
he obelisk or perish it the atttempt;
uid it is a fact of which the
ivorld had better take notice that when
it American has to do a thing or
werish Ie never perishes-he does it i
We have no desiro to use Iniguigo
'aleulated to intimidato any for-eigin
1a.ion, tior to weaken tle ef'ect. of the
3xisilng treaty relations withl foreignk
owers; but we sayr hero dispai8ioII
itclv, that we mean to lave that
)beiisk; and we add, still witli the
Itiiost ealInitess, that if any attempt
8 Made to stop us wo aire prepared to
all in and put at scientiflu frontier on
veyi Stale iII Europe I
Zich Chaidler was ithe mni who ror
.igliteeni years langled the British
bion by the tail in the gaze of anl ad
miring lworld. Were lie alive we
Should heur no voice from tle tower
)f London. But learning of his un
imel0y demlifCse, tle eflI'te m11ona1clis
iavo plucked up courage. England
',pecially, havingit secured one obelisk
lerself, is naturally averse to allowing
llrotlier Jonathan to sCize tle other.
3tit after reading the above. Europe
vill see that Zach Chanliler's spirit,
-ill survives. We expect to hear no
'urther objection, and Cleopatra's
Needle will soonl stanid iIn Central
'tark, the rival of the ionumient now
-recting to Adam I in Ehnira, New
kork, through the efxorts of Mark
wain and Dr. Thonmas Beecher.
F OR AND AGA INST GEN. GAIIr.
rho Vi.ws of Two Differeat NewFpapors
on Hims Cialms to tho Govornorshilo,
The Canden Journal has run up
he 11,te of Genleral Miarl n1-ry, of
Aldgfleld, for governor at the electionl
iext. year, and is seconded by the
dIarion Star, which says:
"'And why not ? No man has the
niterest. of orI peopio anid State more
it- hearl. than GenerIl (aRy. T-her
iter.t will be his interest; it has
ver been so with him. lie has al
vilys, in peace and ill war, i deed
lid in action, showin and provenl his
ove for his3 mother, our State, and fbr
ier Children, anid we believe lie Would
o-day sacnitlee his life to perpetuate
he good nainie, hionor and chaiacte
>f his nautive Stale and her children.
iVe dlon't propose0 to build a plat form
hr General (bury to stanid on, but ex
tecchint an niyi d l'tay t.o build cue,
and theni we will shiow our' people
vhw ee or not it is of' goodl maiteirial
tud firmly built. If lie erects cite of'
utlcient strength, we cani assuio him
hat (lie peopl)1 to a man in the Pee
)ee section wiill stand on it sidle by
lide~ with htimi. Then build your
aa ihrm ait once, General, and let us
ce what. kid of a structure It will be.
f it is of thie right material, it lunust be
:triong enoughi to hold, as we wish to
Trume, we believe he has the interest
if the peospIe at hieart, bult (then Geni
ral Garyv hais his own ideas about
intters t hat di fler very materially
r'omi those of the maisses. MIost of
lie peCople of this State have accepted
lie situal ion, and would tnot attempilt
o undo the results of the late war.
Aeneral (Gary hats not been "recon
lruc'ted," aund if it could be in his
'owen to (10 so, we believe lie wouild
live Southi Cairol ina ruled p)reciselv
s it was before the wyar. lie wouldl
'Jstore the old al'ritcac, conPequ<nU -
y' lowering the laborinig classes on a
evel with the curbstone. Before (lie
var a negro's life waus intInitelv nmore
'aluable t han (liat of a p)oor white
i*tun's. TI'e War was the grea.ut leveler.
t, has cimtobled labor; whaile it recog
izes the value of capital It has been
he mieans by wich justice Is now
Lealt with more fairness to all thati
v'er before-lue grieat p)ower of
nloney upon01 jud ges andol juries
Iways excepted, however. It has
giveni equal opportunitIes to all to r'ise
I' they are capable and meritorious,
.nd( those who are not most certainly
ave thieir proper seats in thue bhick
No, the Bald Eagle is just a little foe
ed-hot for us. We don't doubt hIs
,iniciples, but do damn his judgment,
bs speech it this city during thie
amipaign of 1876 turned thie fat ito
le as far as the peop1)1 of this county
re conceerned. "'Bing in another
tors."-Grei'en vill AdverHscr'.
"What are you puzzling over, Pon
onby ?" "l'mtutryintg to aniswer a note0
'roma the 'Dear Duchess,' as you call
ier. She's (d0ne me thie honoer to write
md ask if (liat St. Bernard pup11 1 gave
ier should be fed onl meatori biscuits."
'Well, biscuts, shouldn't It?" ''Of
)ourso; but she spells biscult with a k,
nmd I don't like to sptell it prioperhy for
rear' of huriiting her Grace's feelintgs,
md yet I doni t wantt it to get about
that I spell biscuit with a k.'' "Say
neat, thon." "But she spells' meat
with two o's.'.---limch.
-A faithior never thinks his ton-year
y1d son is stroniger thani a horse 'until
Lie employs htimi to tui'n (lie grindstone
to shiarpeni anm old axe that Is about as
sharp at one end he the other. The
old nmn bonrs on unitil (lie lad's eyes
hanig out tand huis tr'owsers' buckle files
off, and jutst before lie bursts a blood
vessel his fatheur enicourages him with
the remark, "Does-t-turn--..very-..
hai'd?" Thousands of boys have 1'un
tway from home and become pirates
and grecenbackors in order to escap>e a
second selge at (lie grindston.-~.. ror
- -Just as the yellow 'fever season Is
about to close the privato llheatrical
oh>idemio Is breaking out. TJio coun
th heatens to have thiem vor~ badi
I SWhiltor.'-BJoe Tr'ane
.THR MANYAO MOTHER.
AddlUoual Partiauarn of the LafUASter
(Obsorver. 1801 Inatant.1
'We have a letter written fiom Che
ter, S. U., under date of Vest rd
Ist11htig particulars of theot gedy
of last 8atuidaY I lht In L enaster
counlity, S. C. In atliton to those
which the Observer mh s aheady pub
lished. Our correspondent as hi
niews froml a citizen of Lancaster who
alleges that the children were not kill
ed with a knife as Jrst reported; nor
was the imother contentwith the icre
cuttg of the Jugular voins of the
children. A hatcliet wag founid lin thie
eradl, and with thlls hatchet It is re
sonkablv believed the deed wats commilt
ted. 'The cuts onl the throats were lin
mnost linstances directly across the
thiroat, and njearly through. The, inl
fant had a terible bruise onl Its righlt
shoulder, made, It is su>posed, by a
miss-lick of the lintchet, whei the child
must have awakened and having
moved its hlead, another blow was
struck on the jaw bone, and another
Just below the ear and still another di
rectly across the throat. It is now
tought the children wore killed on a
pallet in front of tie fire, and this the
ory Is mpported by the fitet that pools
of blood were found under that part of
the house and between the planks of
the floor immediatelv in f-ont of the
hearth. It is believeil that the mother
washed the blood fl-on the floor with
a (Iuilt, parts of which were found In
the ashes oi the hearth. The children
had undoubtedly, It Is now said, been
arranged in beI after the killing by
Ai additional incident is thnt a hot
tHe of strychnitino was found in the i
house oi Sunday, and on a table was
discovered a cip which contained wa
ter which was hitter to the faste. It is
thought the woman had taken a dose
of this, which failed to produce death,
when she set lire to her clothes. She
had evidently not retired, for her bed
had no" been disturbed. After meet
ing Mr. M. C. Crenshaw, and after he
had taken] her to his own yard, Mrs.
Adams repeatedli laid her head on a
bench inl the yard amid begged him to
cut it off. Site is spoken of in the coin
munity as a woman of excellent char
acter, industrii s and energetic. An
evidence of her industry 7s the fact
that herself, husband and'her children
were always well and neatly clad with
clothing made by her own hiands.
Site is said to have'done most of the
work li the field.
The jury of inquest rendered a ver
diet in accordance with the facts as al
The bodies of the mother and her t
five children were all buried Monday t
in a box, bx9, the mother being placed t
in one end, the baby next, and so on t
lp to the eldest. our correspondent's
inf,orm1iant says that in all his expe- ,
riencein the waranid elsewhere,|he mev
erN witnessed such a horribly sad picture
as that. presented in the motherburned t
to a crisp, aI her live children with t
their thr%ts cut, lying in that box tq
BOU211f CAIZOLINA NEWS.
-There were six weddings in Ab- t
beville in oce evening last week-one 8
white .and five colored.
-Soice chicken disease is playing :f
sad havoc 'with the poultry, in Abbe- i
Ville. Some peoplearel'aid to eat fried s
chicken, so many chickens are dying. tj
--A young son of Abram Funder- a
bur'k, colored, of Cher'aw, a few days I6
ago, became enraged with a p)laym.tate, o
and1( shot him, iniflicting a severe t
-Some negro . rufflains last week
broke Iito thte htonse of a lady livinmg a
ile and( a halt' fl'om Edgefield, and as- e
saulted her. Shte made her escape a
to a neighboring house. The ruffians t
are still at large.
-The Liber'iant bark Azor' was sold
at auction in Charleston, on Saturday ~
last, and wias p)urclhased by the Exo
(1us. Association, its former ownerts,
-The annual Confer'ence of the a
Northernm Methodist Episcopal Church
for Southt Carolina, wvill counnuenice in
Chiarlestont on Wednesday, the 21st ot' I
January, 1880. J3ishtop Simpson wvill u
-Governor Simpson has issued a c
prioclaimationt, ap)pointinig T1hursday,
thfe 27th instant, as a day of "thanks- .
givin~g antd pra'yer' to our boneicient
Orca tor' for thte benefits of which He
has made na the recipients." r
-Fish Commisliner Butler isengag..~
ed in distributing, in the prhiicipial
streams thr'oughout the State, a num
ber of Ge'mantcar'p sent to him by
Professor Uaird, ofthe Smnithtson.ian
-Mr. Cephius Howe. a white man
living on the place of Mir. T. J, Cun
ningham, In Chester county, was .
caught in the cogs of the gin %earing 14
last Wednesday, and seriously m juiire.
iiis life was despaired of, bitt he is -
now in a fair way to recover. 1 '
-Mi'. Obadiah Farrar, of Chester,
met with a singular accident a few
days ago while hitchig his horse.
The r'einms of his bridle wvere wvrap)pedI 1
arounld htis middle lInger, whten the
horse jerked his head antd tore the fin
ger oft'at the second Joint.
-A muirder' wias committed last
week a few miles from Cherawv. The
victim wias John Stroud, a young man
twenty-twvo years old,.whlo had been 'j
working on 'Gener'al Cash's planltation. -
The alleged mfur'derers, Charles and
Henry hicks, two young ment whoe t
lived in the town, delivered themselves t
up to a trial justice. They were comn- (
mitted to time guard house to await the a
decision of the coroner's Jury. The a
Hicks brothers claim to have acted in I
--The Colored Agricultural Society a
of' Abbeville are making ready fot' a
grand mechanical anid agricultural die
play on time 26th, 27th and 28th of' this e
month. T1he premiium lists have boen
issued and the committees appointed..
Thme exhibition ill be given on the
grounmds of thte white Society, which
havo been ronted for the occasiomn, and
a strenuous efhrort will be put forth to
make the exhibition a paying success.
Samuel Chiles, a leading colored man
of that community, is president of the (
Society, and the officers are taken from
aimng the most active colored citizens i
of' the county. ,
-Mr'. John Nelson, a worthy oit!- a
zen aged about seventy-six years, who r
resided near Rlock Hi1ll, was accident. (
ally killed last Saturday evening. He
was returnig to his home from Rlock -
Hill, when about one mile from town,
as is supposed, from circumstances, lhe
fell from his wagon, the wheels of
which passed over his neck, breaking ..
it instantly. Is litble.ss body was
discovered by a gentleman, who re
ported the fact, amnd -an. inquest, was.
held by a trial justice. A verdict of i
accidlental 4aU Wias rendered. Thee
deceased was buried at Rock 11111 with
Masonic honors. A siaigular colinci
deUnce In the death of Mr. Nelson1 is
that the former husband of his deceas'
Pd wife-a Mr. Workmani-was .killed
boy his tealm running away with ,ift
within a fbw feet of the spot Whe
Hr. NeAson met. his death.
-The 4bbeville county lRadloajs
tave taken new heart from the repott
)f the late elections it the Northern
tates and are openly boasting about
what they intend to ao in 1880. They
:alk about "the party" ope"ly - on the
itroets and no longer under tile cover
)f darkness v o i under the guise of re
Igion. The Medium says. "Those of
>ur too-confident Democratic friends
who have all along predleted that there
s to danger f-om the Radicals will
low open their eyes to the realities of
he situation. It is certain that iot h
ng can ever be gained by indifTeretine
n a contest of this kind. We cannot
ufWord to be slothful or negligent, and
f we let the election go against us by
lefault, we will deserve all tile indig
lit and outrage that will, result from
-See fiat my boom is kept green.
-The Now York Sun believes that
he cock of the walk Is Hancock.
-Another way to settle the Indian
>roblein is to have all the white folks
-The legs of mashed mosquitoes
>reak with a crisp sound this 11osty
-"When Greek meets Greek," it-is
io use for anothor chap who doesn't
tnderstand the lnguiago to stop and
isten to tile convei-sation.
-An old resident of Nevada thus
nused after being thrashed: "I don't
e how these prize-fighters can fight
or three hours. It worries in like
hunder to keep it up for two mintites."
Her hair waR strictly cardinal,
Her foice was filakod with freckles
But still she scooped Georgo Henry in,
Beauso sh 11 ad th i heki0e:.
-"'Doetor," said a Careftil wife to
110 practitioner who was cutiniag open
ler husband's shirt as he was in a fit, of
Lipolexy, "cut, if you please along the
-It i said that a girl who can shod
bree or four tears at a critical mo
nent, and follow them i) with a quiv
Irmg high, can marry all aroutid a
Oood looking blonde ivho (oes noth
ig but try to blush.
-Be ' patiefit. Wait. Don't fret
over last sunner's Ice bill. Scientists
ell us that in 17,000,000 years ice six
een fect thick will eifirely envelop
his plalet, and thenl the ice-man's ex
ortions will ond.--Cia. Sat. Night.
"When a young man lis learned to
vait," savs a writer in tihe Boston
rournal, "lie has nustered the hard
Lt lesson." Indeed he has, and this
ruth is par(lcularly aplicable when
lie youlr has to talhc Ll. girl ridinur
Ild she keeps hii waiting two solil
ours while she "fixes up." Keeps
un walting lit the stablp with a team
rhich costs him a dollar all hour.
-Postmasters have no soul for son
iment. A yotng lady hit Georgia a
hort1 tirhe since snt. through the mail
3 a gentleanoil of Washingtoni a box of
owers. lifortunately she had put.
the box a sill) of p,iper with the
inple legend "Wihll love," witten
lercon. The! postmaster found out
bout the writing, amnd the yotl1g man
ad to pay letter postage to thle anmount
f sixty cents-thirty ents apiece for
wo siinple words. Let us 1101) thlat
0 dlId not begrudge the cost.
--The gentlemen who essayed to ser
nde Miss L. a few evenliligs sinIce
liould have had 'clear' throats, and1
icir eff'orts would hlave been better
1)preciated. Dr. Bull's Cough Svrnp
tilte best remedy extant for a 'tictk'
r congested conadition of the Throat
1n( Bronchial Tubes, giving instant
As C'oTrox is KINo.-Tn comme'rce,
o the liver is king in the human sys
am. We cannmot lIvel in any peace with
bIs great organ diseased. To keep it
a conldition to Perform its funcetionls
se Dr. Gilder's Liver Pills. Tihey- are
old by all druggists and country 'mer
hants. F'or sale by Dr. W. E. Aiken.
LAW PARTNERSHI P.
F lE undersigned have formed a part
nership uinder the style of LYLES
BARRON, for the practice of laiw in all
io courts of' Fairfieid county.
WM. H. LYLES,
oct i8-txawGw J. T. BARR~ON,
INDIA R~UBBERI BELTING.
[mIVE and six inch three ply Bolting.
L'Lucerneo Seed, Clover 8eed, all at
>w prices, just received by
ang 30 lt'eMASTER & BRIOE.
'HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON T1EAS.
Elizabeth Wood and Obadiah Boulwaro,
by George Ii. McMast- r, his Guardian
ad Litem, Plaintiff, against WV. R. Boul
ware, Andrew Boulware, Addie White,
Judy Eubank, Berry Bioulwaro. Fletch'
or Bonuiwaro and H. . F. W. Coleman,
Defenzdants. --c opy i4ummons for Relief.
Complaint not Served.
'o the Defendants above named;
TOU are hlereby summoned and re
g.Luired to answer the complaint in
bisacation, which is filed in the office of
Lie Clerk of Common Plieas for the said
ounty, and to serve a copy of your an
wer to the said cenmplaint on the sub
oribers at thleir office, No. I, Bank
tango, Winnsboro, 8. 0., within twenty
Lays after the service hereof, exolusive of
he day of such service; an~d if you fail to
nswer the compllaint within the time
foresad, the plaintigf in this action will
pply to theCourt for the relief demand.
GAILLARtD & REYNOLDS,
Dated October 8, 1879
W. 1H. Kian, [(.. a.)
0. 0. 0.1P. F. 0.
h300^hA "uarateed. ~i dt,
lapital not requird we WI I start you. Men
romen, boys and Iris make money faster al
rork for us than at anything else. The work
a light and pleasant, and sucih as anyone can
0 right at. Those why are wise who can see
is notice will send us their addresses at once
nd see for themselves. cstly outfit and terms
ree. Now is the time. Thos6 already at work
reIynupaarguetsums ofe.money. Address
PURE~ Wfl1k'E PIL.
-ao DEGnxHR 1111 TEST.
W E reeomumentd the W"E8!'4L
O as a safe Iilinator. It is
clear and white as dr~owequetl
ives a brilliant ligh.v wM~ry iti
dor, Try itq The d&i iene th1ae
Ae exfated ftom vet h products,
ppi,~wflob Jhrecognized ~=k-~ p'.sibnn
.e a substituto for ealomel, possessing all
the virtues of th~Ist~inineral, ithoutilt
AS AN ANTI-BILIOUS
t 9 arincomparable. They
the TUK i VF y. iigorgtt- the
1 SYSTJIM, and give tono e
foo diestonand thxorougth aiiat4i.
ufh 'o They exert a powerful influo~id
on pDN.Y o and I VEl6, an
Ihro_u5ihege organs roinove aiipurl
tes, thus vitaling ,he tie6ueof Ih bod
and causiux a heiahi tiondi ton of the
AS AN ANTI-MALARIAL
The have n!!?etxuvd; and an a result aot
as aPeetvanouofor Mj!ious,e
and_Fever and Ague. Uponthe healthy
action of he Stomacbdepandi, almost
wholly, thoeatli~f thei human race,
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It in for the
Cure of this disease and its attendan~ts
have gained such a wide spread roputa
tion. Xqp meedy has ever been disoove
ered that aotn so speeily and gently on
the digeutive organs giving them tone
and vigor to assimilato food. This beina
accomplisho::, ox course the
NERVOUS SYSTEM 13 BRACED,
THE BRAIN 18 NOURISHED,
AND THE BODY ROBUST.
ning comnpond of the Juices of plante
e:tracted by powerful chemical agen
cico,_a_ndt prEpared in a concentrated
forn, they are guaranteed froo from
authing that ca injure the nost del
A noted chemiet who has analy.ed then, mays
"THERE IS MORE VIRTUE IN ONE OF
TUT'S PILLS, THAN CAN BE ZOUND
IN A PINT OF ANY OTHER."
We therefero say to the anticted
Try this Remody fairly, It will not
harm you, you have nothing to
lose,but will surely gain aVigo
rous Body, Pure Blood, Strong
Nerves and a Cheerful Mind.
Princpal OMce, 35 Murry St., N. Y.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
Sold by Dn1gilss throughout, the world.
TUTT'S HAIR DYEi
PATH IMORAV13Kms chpncod to a Or.osqv
: ri ex arsrin s n Athis Drr. I h..
p.%rt.Rx Wa l -t,A ilor, actA Inn~xiA~naously. and Is
ma hrnt~n m prntjwzte..Sold by D)ruggista,ort
t-,nt by ospres on rt-colpi%t f 1.
Offico 30 Murray St., New York*
ruic FRIIEND OF ALL
"I had no appetite; JIolloway's Pills
ye me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, andi keep thorn
n the house."
".Dr. Holloway has cured my headache
hlat was chronic..
"1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
or oholera mnorbus. Tne doar little
hing got well in a day."
"My nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of HolIon y's Ointment
mared me 'of noises in the head. I
rubbed some of your Oir.tment behind
he ears and the noise han; loft."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price Is 25
sents, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send me fi te boxes of your P'ills,"
"Let me have three l>oxes -of youtr
Pills by return mail, for ehills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
these, but want of space compels me to
FouR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
mnent is most invaluable. It does not
lieal externally alone, but penetrates
w'ith the most searching effects to the
veriy rcot of evil.
Possessed of thi.. remedy, every man
nay be own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the nystem, so as to reach any in..
ternal complaint; by these menn, cures
tores or ulcers in the threat stomach,
iver, spine or othier parts. It is an in
!ullible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
~ontraoted or stiff.joints, gont, rheuma
jsm, and all skin diseases,
1MPosT.txt CAUTION.-Neo are gen-uine tin
ess the signature ot J7. H AYDOOJ. as agent for
he United States surrounds each-box ot Pills
In( Ci ntment. ,Boxes at 25 centt, O2 cents, andi
#7" There is considerable savIing by takIng
he larger 8izes. HOLLOWA Y & Co.
fob 15-ly New Y9r'k.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Q ROCERliE S
With new additions arriving daily,
Dhoico New Orleans Molasses, fine Syru ps'
sugars of all grades, Rio and Java Coffee.
reen or roasted, Choice Family Flour.
SIso, agentifor the best Flour in the mar.
ket-Piodmont "l'atent Flour"---it has no
equal. Cream Cheese :and Macaroni
Drackers and Cakes of all kinds, Soap,
Boda and Btareb, Well- Buckets, Water
Buckets, Brooms, WVell Rope and Cotton
Rope, Bacon, Bagging and Ties, Lard in
Rarrels, Cans andi Buckets, best Sugar
Dui-ed Hlams, lied Rust-Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley. Nails, Axes Horse and
Miule Shoes, Axle Grease, White Wine and
Dlder Vinegar, Smoking and Chewing To
buco, liaising, Currants and Citron,
Canned Goods of all kinds--Salmon,
Rardines, Tomatoes, Peaches, Pine Apple,
Mlixed Pickles, Ohow-Ohow, Popper
Sauoe and Muistard.
A fine seletion of Boots and Shoes
DRElAP FOR CASh.
.CALL AND BE CONVDCED.*
D.e L~ UJE N NI KEr4.
YELLOW fVE1--BAAK yo T:
It is too SOon to forget the 'ravages of, this
terible dis wich will no doubt, returl in
a more ma nt =4iuont form in the falI
months of I
MEItItELL' '111PAfTINN, a rdmedy dieco
ered in uthern Nba aMused wit.h h
1*ouderfUlrrt08 In FI'II&t .iimerto, whecrelk
Most aggravoted eases (tver' awret -oun
chaes from one to two ioubces oftb1il to . )e
filtered or strained from the bjood va.gI1 Ilano it
passes through the liver, as lopg as i d'excxes
of bile exists. By its %ofiderful action O t)o
Liver ond btomach t,he;HmvlArINN uot 9qQy pre
vents ft cirtainty y klud of ever aid
Black N ofitt, but. also cures Headache. Const I
SatiOn of the -owels, Dyspepsia .and -all
No one need fear Yollow.'Fete' *' will
expel the Malarial Poison 'and excess of .bilo
from the blood by using MutRxi.Lr l-rArINx
which Is sold by. Alt )rugglsW in 2i cent anOR
$1.00 bottles, or wi %,'set by express by the
A. U.MEIRELL & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dr. Pemberton's Stilliugia or Queen's
tWThe reports of wondrful cures of Rhettma'.
tism, Scrofula, Salt Ithetlin, byphilis Cancer,
'Ulcers and Sores, that come froby all partof
the oountry, are not only remarkable but so
miraculous as to be doubted was it not for the
hbundance of proof.
Romarkablo Cure of Sorofula, lo..
VASE OF COL. J. C. BRANSON. -
KINsTON, GA., SeptemberIO, 1871.
GicNTs:-For sixteen years I have been a great
stifferer from Serofula in Its nost dbstressiul
forms. I have been contined to my room and;
bed for fifteen years with scrofulous ulctra- i
tions. The most approved remedies for sirch
cases haid been used, and the most eninent,
physiclann consulted, %vittinut any deckled
benclit. Thus prostrated, d.steessed, despond
lng, I was advised by Dr. Ayer. of Floyd Coun
ty, On., to commence the use of your Compound
Extract. Stihlingia. Lan unge is as Insufficlont
to describe the relief I obtelned from the uso of I
the Stillingia as It is to convey an adequate!
idea of the intensity of my suffering before '
using your medicine; sufficient to say. I aban
doned all other remedies and continued the use
of your Extract of Stillingia until I can say
trily "I am cured of all an," of all disease
with nothing to obstruct teactive iiritsuit.
my profession. More than eight inotiths hav3i
clhipsed since this remarkable cure, without'
an return of tho diseas".
For the truth of the above statement. I refer
to any gentleman in Bartow County, On., and
to the meinbo a of the bar of Cherokee Circuit,
who are acquainted with mo I shall ever
remain, wiI h the deepest gratitude,
u Your obedient servant,
J. C. BtANSON, Attly. at Law.
WKsT PoINT, GA., Sept. 16, 1870.
GENTs--y caught4v was Inken on tho 25th
day Of Jtne, t8la, with wiat was supposed to be
Acute Itheumalisin, and was treated for the
samtle with no Hitcress. in March. following,
pieces of bono tegan to work out of the right.
arm, and continued to appear till all the bie
fror. the elbow to then shotilder joint came out.
Many pieces of bone came otit of right loot and
leg. 'Ibe case was then pronounced one of
Whiite Swelling. After having been conined
about, six years to her bed. and the case con
sidered hopeless, I was Induced to try Dr. l'em
bertons's Compound Extract 9f St.illingia. and
wasso well satisild wilth its effects that, I have
continued the use of It until the present..
My daughter was confined to her bed about
six years before she sat tip or even tithed over
without help. She. now sits up all day. and
sews most of her time--has walket across I lie
room. IHer general health Is now goost, and I
believe she will, as her limbs gain strengt.h
walk well. I attribul.e her recovery, with the
blessing of God, to the use of your luvaluable
With gratitude, I am, yours truly.
W. B. BLANTON.
WET POINT, Ga., Sept. 16, 1870.
(ENTR :-The above certiflente of Mr. W. B.
Blanton we know and cedrtify to as being true.
The thing is so; liumdreds of the -fmoat respect
ed citizens will certify to it. As inuch reference
can be given as may be required.
CIIAWFORD & WALKERt, DruggiSts.
]ON. H. D. WILLIAMS.
I' DR. PrItEBITON'S 8TILLINGIA is pre
pared by A. F. M EltRELI, & CO., Phila., Pa.
Sold by all Druggssts in $.0H bottles, or sent
by ex press. Agents wanted to can vas every
Send for look--"Curiorls Story"--free ta all.
Meticines sent to poor people payable in instal
3H~IE undersigned would call o.mpccial
..attention to their nlewly-received
FALL AND WINTERL GOODS.
These goods have been. selected with
special reference to .the wants.. of this
market, and will be'sold at
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
The stook consists of too many articles to
be enumnented in enadvortiaement An
examination can alone satisfy purchasers.
A call from purchasers is rsetul
P. LIDEtKER & BRO.
Congress street, one door south of Morris'
ilotel, Winnboro, 8. C,
W~7 E respectfullycall the attention of
lv the public to onr new lot of
Goods, and request an inspection of them
before purchaag. Our goods have been
carefully seleeted, bought at bottom
prices, and will -be sold as -low as they
can be bought from anybody anywvhere.
We would call the attention' of the
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very pret-'
ty assortment of Ties and other Neck
Goods. .Laces, Edgings, Frillings, etc. in
.Our Gonts' Goods department is eomn
plete in every thing.
Ina heavyjioods, such as yenns, Korseys,
Flannels, nomespuns, Blankets, &e., we
are full up, at the lowest prices,
SHOES I SHlOES I! SHOES I!!
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.
jAO We are agents for y. & - P. OCats'
Spool Cotton, and Dloldin? Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-New YorkPre.
.NoMASTERy, BRICE & CO..
aweeffarisurd, own a nn
b aies ti ithotti canso o ,e
rtunioveroffered fth1o whilm
rko to yourel wa yoi ean do at tebii
toorer No room to explin hero. You
timeo to the busineess ald'Inake ryaoura or
ev hour' that ioWork, Women raao as
ana patrtitilar.s, which we9 sii riea e8 0tft
. 2Do't ominof hargt tilne whileyo
JIIsuc a ch Addroe , . 701
Aug 15-eaag, A 40L.. Portigand, Mt ane.
SOEthe "Key East" Oigar-.4lio
netin town-for heb
-Ayer's Aue Oure
ror r"ovor 6nd A Yhf4Iitten
Chil.over, onit ev
rer1odioel orBilious Faver & , '1d In
all- the ffbotgns whioh aRso ftom malari.
cue, xars h, or miaiuatio polsoup.
This -s a -comppud remedy,irepare4 -wit
scientiao skill frotn vegetable ingredients, which
rarely falls to curc the severest cases of Chills
and Fever and the cdnCotintal dfoorders,. Suis
a renedy the necessiti 0 di hpopee in n.a
rious districts demand. Itegdrttipbriority
over any other nicilne yetAf*veetr"or
tire of Jntermittents Is, that it cottans no qul
ilne or mineral, avnd those who take it are.froo
from danger-of quinisn or any injurious. effects,
and are as heilthy ader nsing It as befoe. It
bas been extensively employed during the Las
thirty years in the treatment of these distressing
disorders, and sunvaryling has been its success
that It has gained ite repulation of being infkle
liblo. I can, thereforoi I osfey recommended
as a sure remedy and speedo thr the Fever and
Agno of the Vest, and the 19his ial Fever of
th South. it couniterats the mniaanattc poison
in the blood, i firets the system from Its indu.
ence, so that fever and agat, shakes or chills,
once broken-up by It, do noteturn until the
disease is agai contracted. - -
The great.variety of disorders which arise rons
the irritation of this poison, auch as Neuralgia,
Ithelvanatisan. Gott, Hadnelio, Blindness,
Toothacho, Earacho, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal-R
pittion, Splenic Afltctions, Uysteries, ain
In thd Bowels, Colle, Parnlyss kml derane-.
of the Stontch, all of which become internuita,
tent or periodical,.have no speedier remedy that
Ayn's Aour. Conit, whilch cures ten all alike,
and protects the system from fitti attacks. As
a'prcvcntive, it is of imensve service in those
conununities whore Fever wid Agne prevaIls,-as
it ctays tho development of the (i.senso if taken
on the first approach (if the pretionitory aym p.
toms. eTravellers and temporaryrsidems.are
thus enabled .to d-.rythci'1isordcrs, and few
will ever ruffer if they avail themselves of the
protection this remedy affords.
For Liver Cosnnplint na, arhig from torpidity,
it Is an excellent rtciy; i.stinuilites this organ
Into healthy activity, and produces tuany remark.
able cu-es whero other niedicines fall.
Prepared by Dr. J.' C.'Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Cheraists,
BOLD DY ALL DIUUGITS EVIEnYwHIA-&
Soutliern Pirdillaers of Pianos, Or.
gaim.a. Musitti 'ublincations and
Smal I Milsical Instrum1e01ts
w ilo are alive to their
owil interest will
buy from the
MUSICAL IEVOT OF THE SoUTrie
LUDDEN & BATES'
GOo. 0. 11 hins5on & Co j. Braunaulr eQ.Co.
SCH.l NO,8- .' L'
U. L. McCamaha n & Co. Mc8tnltha Muf o, HusO.
JAClsON ViLLE;, b'LA. PEIlNSACO LA, FLA.
,,_ .'/ . Carapbeil. IBown~ Brothers.
Savantnah, GIa., is the Grand Musical Centre of a
Bolidi Musical Bostth, and from thsCentmaL
-Distribwlfurg Depct wilth its chain ot
.lirancha M usic Iousea, all under
e ne, mnagaceen, and having.
un form Prices andI Terms,
- .are drnaawnathe musical --
Sspries of the southa.. .
A. MAGNIFICENT SUCCESS
Pianos an~d Organs
Tho only sa'lc of the kind 'ivor sacoasfuil
arriedl omi In -t,he U. S. Fivo- thousand stand.
ard tnstruant. atFact.ory Rates for Cash, or
-'ron of theo leading Manufacturers of the U. 5
ave given..ua excluive control of thoir instru.
aent in the~ South; andl authorized us to pace
~or Introcitci ion and Advor iement.One Thetur.
*nd of thiter best Instromet In repre sentativo
a erhrn lahtschlds at Faotory Wholesale
PIANOS T Oct. fIne rIsewroa.Carved$25
Logs. Six Years Gaato
PIANOS 7g Oct. fine no3iewood, Carv.$'55
CdLegs. Six Years Guaran
PIANOS~ ()x oe.square Grand, 8..$5
eorb Caseo. With Stool and
All 'uaranteed fnstrittnts. Makt,r'a. nOao
n eac . Fifteen Days'Trial if wanted1 we pa
theo freight If nao mae. A trial costa :nothing t
*nsi.rumcnt don't,sit. Don't hositate to order
KJASON AND JIAMIN ORGANS.
- MA80N& HlMA LIN
- Ohanmis and . Parlor
- Priced and -Dnarest
-Best and Olicapeo .
- MirrgrToPb only $10.).
-Peloub0t & Pelton
yAsg). . .tp -it
fiend t'o Intronuttton Sale ofrealar gtvin- -
triccs anq full'inforihato,
Tho'm nifleent OboCh rng, Hallet & Dayi
Weber, ]ltihushe, 80o,rn oec )xib- an4
havorit Pano MaSOnI Hamlin eloubt & --
Pelton andi iterjing Or gns all included in t-hia
valo. A clean Sweep. Noreseve, All new In.
byrs aeecn uf nar instreont over
Piee by1n oue