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TE NEWSAND HERALD.
WINNSBOR, 1. 0.
MATURDAr, Novenabar a a 16a9
R. MR ANY DA I, RuoltoR.
JN@. 8. RAMTNrOLDS, ASSOCIATE liVftTS.
11i. Kentucky a constitution? Two
COpiCs of what purports to be the
constituton are in print, one lin the
report of the Constitutonal Conven
tion, and the other in the Revised
JtSatutes. These differ In sorne Im
Ijortanit polits. Diligent search las
faile-1 to discover the original manu
script copy anywhere. More troops.
FATHIln 3McNAMAHA, of New York,
has for several years denied the
spiritual sipremacy of the Pope, and
maintalied the existence of a pure
independent church in Ireland. A
few evenings ago he was formally
installed bishop of the New Church.
The Itev. Dr. Prime was among the per
sons present, and the communion was
administered in Protestant style, after
the singing of one of Moody's hymns.
TtE: Xets and Courier in nit article
with the peculiarly felicitous heading,
"An Exihausted Receiver," reviews
the record of Major Gayer, the Inde
pendent candidate for mayor. It
shows that Major Gayer, as special
referee, reported in favor of lending
tenl thousand dollars to Frank Moses,
and that after he became receiver of
the Bank of the State he paid out un
der orders of Judge Graham about a
quarter of a million of dollars, and re
ceived fifty-six thousand himself as
commission.. These facts are not such
as to impart great confidence in the
1ndependent caldidate, especially as
lie relies upon the lRadical vote to
LAT.S-T advices from (hai leston are
that Sale is rapidly weakening. His
appeal to Corbin to arrest the m5unici
pal managers was the straw that
broke the camel's back. The fight
will be between Courtenay and
Ghayer. We are pleased to see the
tone of the speeches of Captain Courte
nay's followers. They endeavor to
solidify the party and to bring back
those einocrat s who have honestly
strayed away, and are now waking
up. Mayor Sale has obtained a leave
of alsncCe from the city counil.
Where he haits gone is not stated. If
he would withdraw front the hopeless
contest in which he is engiaged it,
would help the canvass greatly. lie
betrays great want of acumen in be
lieving that Republicans will su)port
anyone who claims to be a Demo
erat while an Independent IS li the
field. Ils outrageous appeal to Cor
bitt, and his inauguration of proceed
ings that even a United States Coatmmis
Pioner declared unconstitutional, ought
to allenate all Democrats. .Major
Gayer was too astute to be caught in
this way. It was left for Mayor Sale
to buran his flngers with the chestnuts.
Let hinm retrieve his error by with
drawing from the canvass.
Marching Through Georgia,
Ihenry W. Grady, a versatile Jour
nalist of A tlanta, has written a letter
to thae New York Herald announcing
the existencee of a stronag Grant boonm
in the Empire State of the South.
According to him the apple is ripe
and ready to drop, and all that Grant
has to do ia to come around picking
it up. Thte Augusta Chr.onicle treats
it as sensational, and scouts the idea
ofdanger in a St ate that gave eighty
thousand Democratic mnajority ini
18763. It is hardly prtobable that the
Girant mtovemtent illh antount to much
it Georgia, thbough Parsona Fel tona,
th loindependent Coangressman who
for three terms has been elected large
Jy by Republican votes, has just cut
loose fromt the Democracy, and as lhe
is a sort of pilot-flsh to Aleek Stephens
it Is surmised that the aged commoner
will himself swing over openly to
Granit, especially as he has all along
had a leaning In that direction. Much
better to have Stephens and Felton
and their supporters over* in the Re
pulblican ranks thana to have them
secretly stabbing the party they p~ro
fess to uphold. Messrs. Stephens anid
1Felton may contract to deliver Geor
gia to the third termera, but nobody
believes they can deliver the goods.
MIr. G rady deserves praise as a sensa
tionalist of a high order. We think
it will be some time yet before the
Riepublicanas again go marching
A Radical Love Feast.
One of the features of the Fair that
has escaped~ notice, was the general
gatheritng of the Radical elans in Co
lumnbia. The ihe was cunningly
chosen, in the expectation that 1th
flocking togethert of harp~ies would be
unoabserved in the immense crowd
that visited Columbia during Fair
weeck. But teir prolonged absence
frotn Cohnunbia makes their assoem
bhing conspicutous. What they did(
is not known. What they desired to
do every one can guess. They are
preparing for a fight in 1880, as des
perat as any yet witntessed in~ the
State; and they hope, through thte aid
ofNorthern RepIublicans, the Federal
governmenat and D)emoeratie dissen.
alone, to carry South Carolina for the
Presidential nominee of the Riepubli.
can party and for Radical Congress
meon. It is idle to pooh-pooh them
A ~ oflbist and prediet a Walk-over fol
tho Democrat. next yoar'. That thel
e Ie~publicans oxpect to miake a (desper
ate fight in Wolth Carolina, Lotuisianta
anetxlperhaps Mississ~ippl, ntext year I
*ltdy ioeshidowed in stalwa,
~Or~J~pawrs. Te itgattor
DoMOcratic tast year by an Increnqe
m11aljority, while the ItOPUblicanIs gain
ed in all the other States, and carrie<
Now York by thirty-fivo thousand
''hIls year, despite Democratie dissen
sions in Now York, the votes foi
lIobbison and Kelly combined ex.
coeded those for Cornell by thlrty-Iv
thousand, although Cornell was rut
*by Conkhling on the G rant plt ibrim.
The Rtepublicans ire not sanguing e o
carryling these two States next year,
aid they will miake the light in the
three Southern States named above.
They hope to carry onec of the three
at least. Falling in this they will
raise the Cry of frauld, an11d claill that
they have been counted out. A
prominent tepublican halts ilready
said that Grant will not be noiiiinatel
unless there is fear of Democratic
fraud, otherwise Blaine or Slerian
will ho selected. This means that if
the lepublicans fel conllident of ear
ring New York oJIdiana, they will
nominate a elvilian, but if not they
will select Grant, cry fraud in the
South, and endeavor to steal the
1rCsidencV again. An iidispensable
feature of this programmtue is to make
a close run in South Carolina. We
firnly believe that the gathering of
the Iadical clais in Columbia last
week meant much more thim a mere
visit of pleasure. Tihey were Lakiig
preliiniary steps for perfecting a
idesperate campaign next summer.
Forewarned Is forearmned. If the
Democracy devote their whole lime to
lan unseiemly squabble over the loaves
and fmshes, they will wake next No
vember to 1find that the Iadicals have
slipped Ill ind captured the feast.
A Locomiotive Dilnr Suddtenly unril,
Killing Three Mten, and Terribly SnId
Jug Two Othera.
ihe ( 'oithia legister of the i8ti
Inst. contains the fllowlg: "About
7 o'clock vesterday, mornir, Enginc
21 attachedl to a iaterial trai oin thlie
Greelville and Cotlmbia liilrolad (X
ploded, near Domiklds station, killing
the engineer, Williaminl lillig-aim, tll
colored firenmnm, Willinam dolstoi,
tid a yotig white m1izani nianne'd Greer,
whllo lived it lioniea Path an111d ran a
statlonary engine at Donabls. Gi e
lappened to be nCar th le gin101ie w henI
the explosioni oe're(. A colored
man, named Hlur TIalles m, waVs
atalled. Section Master Far-1m
er was lso very seiLously 1--ned,
lind it was fearel ltit lie 'conl not
recover. The t train hmd beenl moi 1r
along Ile track inl pursoumce of i
busiiess, had sto pped a while to pick
up some untlemiaer (, ml hald ioved oil*
againi. The explosion took 1l.1ce juat
as tie enigine had got in motion. The
crowi sheet just over til fire-box was
bitr-A. This threw t(I 1 ).
turning it completely 111ou11d, and
throwinmg it about tvent or thirtv
vards from the spot. Til tender wa's
left stiamIling. The i rack was torn iny),
crosstics tiovel from tleir plaes, aid
the iron, which was Ieavy, broken ina
two. Mr. "Milligani's had ' was Iiduown
about foty yards off. 'Al r. reers
was foulnd r where the eigine fell.
Johnlston's was tirown hcark on one
oif t he flats. Ai r. Mill iganm leit. a wife'
and an adopted laugte~mtr. .Johnson
left a wvife and1 seve'ral sumall chmildr'en.
Gre wasCI umnSItiiiarriedl. Thle1 hotliies of
tihe three in were sent . to thenir re
spectivye hioumes-Milligan's to Illelenma,
.Jlhnson's to Belton and Greer's to
.IAMPT2ON ANDJ (GR..IXT.
Wh'1y South Caronna WVIll ntot Suppmort. Ancy
Othier P'reneidenmtial Cainttidate~ ta .ena
T1hme Wasinmgtont corre'sp)ondent of
the Phmiladelphiia Teley'aph sends the
following hliatch of' thiaschoods to hink
paper. It ispublished as asample of'
news,' is scalIre and1( the outfrage market
anch comnmenit is made in adtmiis
trationi circles, at the refusal of Sena
tor Wade lapton, of' South Caroa
hina, to unite 1in11 an xpressioni of' wel
come to General Grant upon his re
eeption at Chicago by the Society of'
the Army of thle Toinnessee. Si nre
Senator llhampton's appearance in t he
Senate anmngst his Souithernl and
Northern political friendis, lie has
taken at miost ultra po)sIion anmd lhas
entirelv abandoned the solen pioomi
ises wihdeh lie made to thlie admtinist ra
tion when they assunied the reins of'
governmnt, removed the troops and1(
turned over the State to himit ats its
A mong the members of thei adtmnis
tration ye'sterday somel of the early re
lationis between the Presidenmt.' and
Governor I lampton wer~e alludled to,
par'ticularly recouniting t he interview
between thme President and Govern'ior'
Hamaptoni when thme latter camne tromn
South Carolinma to Washingt on for
the purpose of personally assurinig
the resientof' his sinmcerit v -andi his
deteminationi to co-opierate ini the
poliev of' reconceiatIon in thme Sout h
lid downt by thme adiistrationm in Its
eflforts to do away with all sectilonal
It was mentioned that as long as
Governor' liampton was per'miltted to
use the F~ederail paltrionage to serve his
ownI purtposes lhe ost ensibly enideavor'
ed to carry out his pr'omilses, butt the
extrmemity to which lie carr'ied1 his ude
mamnds umade it necessary~ for the adl
mbdmistrationm to exercise 'some0 disriml
niationm mi the a >p1ointumnts made(1 ini
the Soutth. Ilponi this (Governmor
Hamplton immediately tur'ned his back
on adli hs prmomise8 anid becamtie morme
Intoler'ant eveni thanm those of' his I'd
lowv-eltizens w hom lie had prtevilously'
Recent advics received from Soumth
Carolinia show thamt his ref'usah to
recognilze Genmeral Gr'anmt is only ai
p)art of' his per'sonial feeling in regard
to. the Iiture p)oiltleal contdltion of
tinaga. Senator H~ampitont has aliso
tbrmnally nmotitled the Northerni Demo-e
ceratic headers that. the State of South
Croinma wvill not under aniy cireum
stanecs sup~port ft Nothernm Prmeslietial
canididate t that they ate tauanhnoumsl
for Baiyar'd, becaus~e as a Southern
man lie has always beenm ldentltled
with $heir' section, anid his symntpathes
have been with thaen in, all thmeir trou
bles, both durilng and since thme war.
-As Co'rroN 1s KINU it comnmerce
so the lver' is klig 1mn the humoman Es
tern We cannot live in any' peacc
with this groat organm diseased. Tei'
keep It in coniditionn to perfor'm its
tenhlttionis use Dr. Gild~ts LIver Pills,
Tife are sgld by all druggIstse and
I oinu~vnd4I'OhSbts, Ifor sale byli'
e ~ ~
SPoessir Keoedy, of Due We.
tInks that, next to IImptonl, Asso -i
ale Justice H laskell, of the Supr1eme)
Court, iN the best m'anl iII the Stato for
--innilel I[orlbeek, Esq., for maiv
3ears Clerk of the Uuited States Dis-I
trict Court, died ink Chatrestonl onl
Thursday before last, aged about
-As an indiention of the desire of
emiigri'tl(s to cote to South Carolina,
tihe earinwell People ienitions that it
gent leniaiin near that place - received,
i 1 vspon15se to anl advertiselelt in one1
of tlle Northeriii papers for a ihand, 117
ap plicatlionls, somel with meianls ran11
ing 1rom1 $100 to $500.
-The iG0reenville Daily Directory
may be Counted aiIIong the late lauent
(d Ilews'pipers. It. has ceased to be I
p~tbl'shed, ii s publishevr, \Ir. T. A. I Iay
denvi, be-coming, for-enian of the .D(aly
Xcews ofilc Thle Columbia Rlegister
says its deith maiy be attributed to
advert ;.i ng too clheaply.
-Some one entered the house of Dr.
John Ivilch, of Columbia, last Satur
(iy nihit. and( cairried oflseveral arti
cli.. of clotlhing and at pocket-book con
ti ninhg five or I-ix dollars. The( cloth
img was afterwards 1und iia lot inl tle
rveari of tie premises, blut the pocket
book and mney have not been recov
-Mr. James C. A dams, fie husband
of the Lanicaisie ninlllle Imaother, has
beenl Ilin inl at erifical Condition atI
Ithe IeiteNice ol'his flither inl Lancieats
ter cominty. 1 Us illiess was occasion
ed by' the I'earful 8shoek lie received
when infioImied of tle horrible deed of
hs wife. Whiien last. heard from, his
lifeo wats <h'spaired of.
-Colonmel E. C. McLure, Once editor
of the Chister Reporter, but now of
Dallas, Texas, has iecoie tile malnlag
lg11 editor of (he 11allas Daiy Times.
While Colonel Meliire was coniectc(I
with the Reporier he was regarded by
thei la-ess and110 peoleC (i'South Carolina n's
one of the Iulost facile an1d trienlchat.
viiters in the State.
-Thte (heuster Bulleha reports this
singfrulli acideont : Jimii Anderson, a
(4l0red uIa11, livinig Onl (Ihe plailtation
ol' r. t . 1 )odds, received at wound
fr'oimi file accidlea11111 discllargc of a pis
tol last. Tuesday. lie was drawing
wat(r, whil Ilte windlass slipped out
of his *hand and s tick a listol which
was' ill his pocket. TIe 1111 entered
th i h)41y par o1fe thigh, and ran g
igl downiwlrd lodgled Lelow the knee
-,1Ad Th'l ttradaly 'Mr. J. Y. Jones, I
ex-sher-ill'of* A bbeville countty, refuntd-8
ed to his bonldstuien thlt filil amiloutitI
which 1hey had0 advanlced asm sureties
(Iln his ofiicial bomli. Se!veral days ago
h' paid a lirgo oilicial clam, whi'hi hlid
n-t be. ..previouly aidju-sted, and0 nowt
thspaylinent. if is presutuled, winlds
uip the whole mIIatter, and relieves his
surl i'ces fi-omFi 1Ny fiiurtherl .'es polsibili
ty on his oflicial boind. an1d alluills. to
dih letie., his prollmise to savo them
whole il tlie en1d.
-Some I ime aro, Capt John Burdell,
M11 Of the couni'o tv coniuilisjoiers of
Kershlaw, tendeired his resigiatio t!,
whihi ti ie Gtoverfior'i accepted. Subse
queI1ly, the Goveln1or re-appolited
himi1i, but ilitdell refused to aecept.
The (Governor tlihen wrole to General
Kemiedy, one of tle aemiers of tle
ILegislatire, r(eluesiing that the Ker
.,haw delegat)ion reconmmend some one
l~wih i the appoinutmen01t. TheO positionu
wals first. tenlderedl to Mnr. WV. L. Ar
thur,.W~t (who 1 dec l,Iiand sinc tha I it thme
'anien~ll Jounia/ sayis the oflice has i
been1 onl aL earchi to find( a suitable
pe(rsonl to fill it.
-Mir. W. 11. Iar'dini, of Chester, has
rec('(overe(d thle wiatchi whichul wa'is taken
1101m is re0sidecelC last siiummier. The
plije 11ut liorities of' Charlot te succeed
(ed in obtaiing it. Aleek Bieiry and1
I luryi' .liosb~oroulgh, who wvere tiedC Onl
thcechairge at thle last term of court
11un1 acuiitfted, alppeari no0w not to lave
baeen thle burglars. The negro who
hadl the watch iln his possession was
knlowni at Chester, while empijloyed as
a hand oni (lhe CJharlotte, Columbia and1(
Augusta1 ailr'oad, as one Williams,
buit lie was known elsewheire by sever
-ThFle Sparltanunrg Sp)artaIn says:
All acideni~~t that nearuily provedi faital
((ook place' ill thle store of' Mr. S. B.
FX'ell one1 daiy laist week. Ile has two
elerks-onie a1 brothler', and11 the other a
vounig 31r. Clar1k. T1hey were examlin
in"' somle pistols which theyv had for
sakit' and airn. Ez.ell snapped'ono 011 which
h~e sulpllosed to be emnptv, anid as8 (the
empity plistol always do'es, it went ofI',
amd the b~all eniteired the irighut side of'
the chest of' Mir. Clarke. 1t did not
strike a vital par1it, anid he is nowv up
w alkinlg a bout.
-Thei( Aiken journal learnus with
satisteetionl that the prlo posed rilr11oad
froml Edgetield Cout i ouse18 to Tren~l-1
toln, a1 slation) on the Charlotte, Colium
bin1 and1( Augusta Railr'oad, Is f'ast aup
proaihchinlg !omplletionl, and1( urges uponi
the people1 oft Aikeni the impor)Itanfce of'
also0 comiplet ing at once't the prlop)osed
comliec'tion of' thiis road14 with Aikenl.
Th'lis connection01 it Ri's has already
been sui eyed( at a considerable ex
Ilenlse, and1( a1 special commiuittee wiias aip
po)lited( some1 timhe aigo to procure all
GnIANT lBerous TnlE Wan.-Strictly
fr'esh reminisceee of General Gr'ant:
W~hen a boy in Ohio, or someowhere
else, Grant drove a milk-wagon.
Among his custonim'rs was a' c4olorecd
famnily. As hie druove up 01on dy to
the domilhcile of' his colored patroni he
bethought hiim to have a lit tle funi at
the expenise ofua plekainny that was
ma~ikiin md pies ini thme door yard, and
so addressed it.:
"Y'ou, Ephr'ahiam, take dat chalk out
ob vo0' eve 1"
1Sphr'hlam's mother hiappen'ed to be
11ust ar'ound( the corner~i of the hlouse
lioeinrg lime wvatermelons, and1( hiastenming
aroiuid in fronit she almiost y'elled in
"See hieahl, honey, you hab all you
kin tend to er' yo' take dat chmalk out
oh yo' umilk l"-incinn'at .Enguirer.
SunRE CURE FORl TH E TOOTIACE.
Jack is not often Ill; but onCe hie had
the toot hache. "And what do you do
foi' It?" said one to hin. "Weel, 1
just boughlt saxpennlior'th o' laudannum
andl miuxed itwP' a p~int 0' whiskey and
drianlk it ; but It was na4 good." [hero
there wais a Jpause, after whviich Jack
resumed: 'So then I got anmother' sax~
penniorth o' Itaudanum ni 11(pit it into a
quart o' whiskey." "Well t" "Weeol,
wvhen I woke two days af'tor there was
na4 toothiache"- Vanity Pajr.'
--It is considered unlhikol ythat
Chailes Francls Ad1ams could >o orc
-Queqh Vietorbe incomue laset ye~
we o $2,60Qo '00,
-A decree for the salo of the Roek
bridgo:Alunt Springs hm been cntered
In the Circut Court of Augusta county,
-Tho New York Graphie says there
Is a rumor coming t1om N well-iiformed
souri'ces fhat Mayor Cooper is abotut to
-Ii the library of General Craint's
residenco at a(htlenatI tlhe 4.oat-of -armlus
orfihe 0Grant1 thmilily" hanlg-s conlspicul
>usly on the wiall.
-Senator David iDavi1 is repo rtied
serionsly iII at Lenox, Mass. Ili.
lnefs wVas brought on by the recet.
deith of his wife!.
-Senator Bayard's candidliev is ad
vocited by thI; four Germlu'au daily
lewspapers of St. Louis, every one 6f
he tir representing a rilically dIfI
-The two-year-old child of Mrs.
Glullivyav, of Carp village, Ontario,
ite the suhlphur o0r twenty matches last
3.miday,anid died sooni after.
-The Rev. Dr. 'llhan Allen died at
Neowport, Ky., on [Friday, agedl eighl y
rour. le was one oft lie oldest 'Epis
3opall minilistis lin the Uniited States.
-The New Orleans Timcs saYs thait
lie nlew colstitut ion of Louusitanii ald
the vote on the constitutionld conven
tio) deelaring that tle colored people
dhall be protected In their rights, have
topped the exodus of colored men
[1rom1 tN State.
-Ax. empty boat with mast bioken
Ind Rsa gone, Was foutind la.st 8iluda
morntl1 near Advocate bridge, ieav
Ilalifax. It is thougit to be one in
which SIX personis left Scott' .ay for
Advocate llarbor just pirevious to the
evere galo of last Saturday. All who
were on board are supposed to be lost.
-In the investigation of tlie charge s
[f llsmanagemnent in regard to the
Lo tite Milwaukee (Wis.) Ilouse of Cor
rection,one of t(e prisoners hats von
ressed that tle whole thin uig is a ptt-upl)
oh .agaist the managers, and va
Irigitated to facilitate a plot Cor a
-:-Mrs. Emily Smalley, of Lowell,
01io, Iidow of I soldier, direw
I,fO 1;esioni m1on0ey hast wcek
uid plurchased a revolver tor fear of
eimg robbed. Hler leli-year-old son
)icked upil tle vealpon, lccidetlliy
lischalrged it, 1n1d the bullet. won'1
birnolu his II. Ilsothei's heart, killing
--Twvo youing men and (wo boys
vere toget her l ait roomn inl Ih'istol,
1.., last. Sunday, when Orville Ilivnes.
lincteenu years old, poillited I deh-ed
evolver lt Ihe ot hers. le vits tohl to
top, its tle revolver was loaded.
AIihingly lie poilited it at li:, ownl
sefd, when tlie revolver. was discharg
(, killinig him inistantl1y..
-A farmers' coiventiioll, in which
lie Souithside counties will he fully
elpresented, is to be behl ill Petleri
mII rg, Va., comiicl(ing on the 25:h11 of'
he presenit moit h, for ih "purpo.eof
onsi-4deringr somle impor-tvl ant measures
or the fu1tulle interest" of that. 3tate.
lon. Thonits F. 1Vavard, of Delhware,
las been invitcd to deliver till mahl-ess
1Wedlestlay, the 26th, oi "The Dt.
ies of a Citizen."
-About two weeks ago John L.
Vilson, t boy of six(eein vers, who
esides it Washi tigi tol (It, I tad one
r his fingers crushed by being caught
a the cog wheel of a "merry--go
ound11," or flying iorses, il tlie Nm ion
1 Iir grounids. Te i ujury seeinwd
ii be slight at the tiime, blit oin Sundar(I
ocklawv set in. and notwithlstamii
he best surgical skill lie died t hat era
-Near Lawrence, Kanisas, on Sun..
lay evenin g, St rawder 11lines. eoloredl,
vent to thie house of Samnulel O)dell,
>liaced (lie mulelI of ai "iun nea'r theii
vmiidow where Odell was sitting anid
ired, killing him jistanutly. Ilunes
hen wenitinto the house wiih I he. in
enlt ioni (i (lut ting M rs. O)del's thront
vith a butchter's knifeh, but dlesi ..
[(e clim ied thiat Odlel had threaten'ied
is lfe for daniigerouslyd frighiteinu'
irs. O)dell some1 mioinths'hefore.
-A special from M oiristownu, TPenn,
avs that two men named Downs aindu
Andi~ersont, a daiy or two ago, went
irmned wituh rifles, to the house of ~ 31s
t05sephinei W~illiams, near' lamne~eown,
usulted thast lady anud thireaitene'd to
hoot a manii Sicinir pe if lie did
tot leave. Steiniir p er, ho wever,
malftched1 a rifle belongi ng to one of
he muen, shot D~own's dead1( a1 nd clnhhd
~idersont nearly to dleathI. Seinirper
vas arrested, budt no on.' apl)-armo-i
igalist himi ho was subseqjuently re
'THE Mnfl.K IN 'Till (fOCOAiNl'T.-A
>romuinenit iladhical in F~airIhehl counit v
11e other day .mlet Major Woodlww ml
ni our presence, anid a~ssured1 him I hat,
he was the tuniversal choice of the lHad
caulksof Fainficeld fijr the polsitionl of
'lngressmian. ing li 'sked wlmt
nleant this astoiundingl. declarait ion, iun
-etgard to a man w hose eniergies andi(
ailenits had never tiredm ini the cause15 of
Decmocracy, berelhied, "'That'sexacmltly
hla's the miatter; wve must get rid. of
dam, for lull lh--l can't carry lFair (held
or the lRadicals as loni: ats Maijor
Woodwvard stays lucre." T1his wa's a
cady sohiltioni of theo case, anld easily
iecounts (or "'thec milk in thue cocoa
iut." What a superb membelr the
(eniial Major woukt make.- ~(Camde
CLnICA L Wrr.-It wats at max im of
Bhishiop Ehphinstone, an emieint Scot
ish saint, thiat wheop one sits in comn
'any, and aiiy mcrr'y thioughut comles
luto his htead, lhe ought to give uttler
1nCe to) It limedlately. Thue clergy,
is a body, are among thie most hunmor
11s Of Rien). Old1 Dr. Emm~ons, of
[Franklin, M[ass., said as punigent
hings at thie table as in thme )u1lpilt. A
roung11 preacher occupiedl his pulpit
)me day, anmd at dhinnler angled for a
complimlent. "1 hOpe I did niot
weary you by the Ioength of my ser'
non, Doctor?" "No, nor by Its depth
.0NRV'O A. BASE~ BALL COmn.-A
California paper remaurks on the nrIive
Elisp~layedl by the White Stockhigs
liuring a receint game in Sitn Francis
so, but fails to allude td the reckless
heroism which enables thiem to boardl
at the Palace Hotel, eat four meals a
clay, knowing all the while thaI tho
lintire assets-of thie crowd amnount to
but $8.42.-O'hicago TJribune.
-Canou Bell is the I afest big gun to
to off, ie sailed from Newv York to
L~ngland the other day.
LAW PARTNEltSIP i. -
T UE undersignied hauve formod ri part
norship #d tho style of'- LYIES
ti BARRON, for the protleo of laew in all
the coiurt of Wf48ol 6oun~
oot 8-t t 6w T. I~l ON
-tra 1 frogn Veantab'te modnets1
co h.nul:'6 t l-) M! W-irak or Mauy
th( _vI~iu ,of tnu..itA, W"W..out its
Ld a At-eeu. ._'14TII __I
they aro inoreivlable. !1h3y utiulate
1919:Vey v'. t 11,~'Ytoi1 yo~~t n'-l-t)
tie5,_t'dlOtttiA hat' thotuesort.ho body
aNd earN a healthycodivion of tho
Prhovrtve ,'o gut.;_and nu aresult not
ti~a .ttreti'.i t'-itd cWu-o -r 'aiiutte
i r 1)A4.\tA ad1 . 0'~to1t11yrl
w ollyv, tho )-J.. e f to I luna a rA.ce.
of the prens'co gentelationL. Ioids ftor the
B4kLt) e\Z NERVOUSNESDfDE8.
hae e u ch . wido spread rieuta
tion.__No Remdy han ever beern ditoav.
i ixiat aettn to speeddy id gisity
heo dip.e eso.,n givinX ticiri tone
and vigo" to se iraunte footi. lliis being
accm h . of coV-rfo t'i
1%HitGUS SYSTEMl~ IS RACED,
TM. i 4M IS .; S IDo
P.OD Til rBO RBUST.
g cmos~ d of the juicos of planta
c(~e- ~v't by' pow.'rfu L elloigrainialen
c* a r .prepgr d__in aC.onicentratecl
I t u,-ar gi.inted free fronm
V "E9.i tou.tCcirztte th. nionit ich
A not d chemist who has arialyztcI them, says
' T'f.l IS iEOKE VIRTUE IN ONE OF'
Tn's PxINs, THAN CAN DE FOUND
I' A Fi'i.' OF ANY OTHER."
Wo therfore ray to the efeted
Try this o-ncdy fairly, It will not
hrrn you, you have-nothing to
lon~bt wrdsurely gain a Vigo
ro'us Eiody., Puro Blood, Stron
INearvos an3i a Choerful PMInd.
Ii lcipal Ome, 1 1 Mu;ry St., N. Y.
PR ICE 2p CEr TS.
S-.'.I1 1'v 'it s thrte-tout the world.
'TIT H R &DYE.
1AY I t -It nit Wairsx*I'ts chaim rt to n GT.Iur
1;. :K4/ a i',gy .!ttin o4 15hi1 IjYu. It W1.
31. t, n .: tr. I s-:, nt. I it''ttatie wan' y, ila l ig
- e i ild by Irugglas.or
Qis1co i; ourray St., Now York.
Va' IMi'. IE- 14 1 E rl A IAL!
"I: had no appetie; Ifoloway's Pills
vt' me) a htairty one1."'
"I sen fori1(1 anthert b11lox, andi klop' (1hem1
Dr. Hiloway has c'tdmyhach
that was crne
1gave one( (of y01our Pills to my babo
fo'r ebiolera miirhus. Tuo dear littlo
thing got wtll ini a day."'
.y I aua of a niorning is nlow
"Yo'ur bIox of Hlollowvay's Ointment
enrE<d me' of nises~~ in the hiead. I
rubbeul on o yor Oin Inn-nt behind
the eP~rs an!d thea noise hasi left."'.
"6s3.nd mie two boxes; I want ono for a
-t"]0elsI ai dollar; your price is 25
Cenfi but thol :udiicine to mec is worth a1
"Sendfl me2 five0 boxes of your Pills,"
"LItt me1 have C' three boxes of y'our
Pil yreturn mail, for chills and
I have over 20'1 -such testimonials as
these,, lot wafnt of i-paco ocmlUCS me to
FOn CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
Arid all cruptions of' thei skin, this Oint
menut is llotet invlultlo. It does inot
heal1 CX ternauliy ailone, but p~enetrates
wi'hI the met(t scarebing eff'ects to tho
very rc')t 0f evil.
110OL LOWAYs 1'S 01XTMEN~T.
Poesesactd of this remedy, every men
1m1ay 11e own dioctor. It intay 1b0 rub~bedl
into thte system, i.o as to reach any ini
r complinlt; by thecse ium.ns, cures
leeso ercrs ini the throat Ktomaeilh,
h ver, npin~c or' of her' linrf.'. It is nn int
fallible reme'dy for' had1 legs, b)ad breaQtsts,
:onitraltd or .stiff joints, gout, rhouma..
tism.t and all tkin diseuases.*
Inrorix- Car~ox-Non 1nr geninie uin
Itess thle si5t fulre 0of J. ii-AYI)OtK. abs abgenit, for
t he Un1itdat nte. sttroun1fd etach box or P'Ills
aind Ultlmnent. Jloxes at, 2't cent, 62 cents, and
2l" There is constderaible saving by taking
the large: sizes, lIOLLO WA Y & CO.,
feb 15-1y New Yom''k,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD,
Lucy Cald well, Plintiff', vs. Mary L. Nol
son and~ )thers. Dotendants.
I N pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made in the above
statedi case, I will offor for salo, before
thoe couit-housec door in Winnsboro, on
to first Monday in D~eember next, with
in the legal hours of sale, at plubili out
cry, to the highesL bidder, the following..
inig dlescribod property, to wit.:
All that nice, parcel or tract of land,
lying being and situato in tihe county
of Fairfield, in tihe Stato of South Caroli
na, contaiinin~g FIvE UNDREDi AND 'rinTY
AonES, mioro or less, and bounded as fol
lows: on thle north by lands lately of
Trhomas Anderson, en thme east by lands
of John Ilarrison and Israel Blyrd, en the
south by the public road leading from
Wilnnsboro to -Klncaid's Bridge, and on
the West by aid public read 'and by
lands iatoliy belonging to the said-Thornas
This land lins been divided into two
tracts, of which a plat will be exhibited
on the (day of sado, arnd tiA tracts will be
sold separately. The piat may be ex
amined at t1 e ''lrks 01110e.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third of the purehasemomiey be
paid in cash, the b~alance in two equal
annual instalments from day of sale with
interest from thbe day ef sale, payable an
'sually, theo purchaser to give for the said
balance a bond secured by A niortgage of'
the premises, andl to pa'y for all eessry
clerk's d~fo C.Boop~
Noy. 0, 94' I
AUG'USTA ST'R Es,
DRANII DISPLAY OF NEW GOODS!
E 1COND new arrival this season in Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shooes,
lothi.g, Crockery, Glassware, &c., &c., which I1 have bought chenper thitt
Dress Goods li all the new and desirable shades, Cashinores, Crepo Clothi
and a big drive in lasket. Dress Goods at 124c.
An clegant line of Cassimores. Jeans, ied and White Flannels, Blankets,
D-4 and 10-4 Sheetings, and P. '. Cottonl.
I ami still selling the Peidiont Factorv Goods at tho old price, no0twith
tandinqg the recent advance.
CALICQESI CALICOES!! CALICOES!!! CALICOES!!!!
Best brands In fancIes at 7c.
A very nice line of Cloaks, Shawls, Saeques, &c.
ed 'iflckings comnencing as low as 8!. up to A.C. A. at 20 to 25c.
NOTIONSI NOTIONS!! NOTIONS!!! NOTIONS! !!
An elegant line at prices beyond con etition.
.My Shoe Department Is conplete, and purchased at. rock bottom prices, and
will bo6 sold very low for 0ash1.
Something very cheap) in Glassware and Lamps.
I respectfully Invite the ladies to inspect iay stock before purchasing eise
where, an(d colpnro. prices.
Sometlihig new in Vases-a big drive.
I invite an inspection of the abov0 goods, which I will sell at live oud let
Jo L.x MIM1AUG H,
EAD ER 0OF LOW IPR ICES.
W Ehavs now open, and will sell as low as any relialble house in town
our second supply of Fall and Wintor Goods.
1 case Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieces other brands of Long Cloth.
1 case Bessbrook Jeans.
75 pieces assorted Jeans and Cassimeres.
50 pie-es new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs. Cashimeres.
Blankets, white and colored, Flannels, Linsays, GinghAmns, Brontu
Honespulns, Plaid Homrnespunns, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, Hick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Boulevard Skirts.
A full supply of whito and colored Dress Shirts, Undershiits anid
Drawors, Bleached, Brown and Colored Half Rose.
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats I Overcoats ! ! Overcoats I I
For tho ladies we have a n.co stock of Undervonts,JHosiory, Gloves,
Ruffling, Collars and Cuffs. Edgings ank Insertions, Ribbons, &C.
The "Pinafore," "Jnna," "Prido" and "Beati ice" Corsets.
White Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambries and Lawns.
For houso--keepers, we havo a fall line of Tablo Damask, Doylie,
Towels. Bleached and Brown Sheetings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' sand Boys' Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Satachels, and Umbrellas.
pIn our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at low
1We cordially invite an inspection of our stoek, feeling assured that we
a n please. F. ELDER & CO.
OU" RTnr NE1 r DRY DOO^mDS AVRTEET
WE have just received a new and large supply of DRY
GOODS, consisting of all kinds of Cloaks, from the very cheap..
est to the very finest.
Ladies' Sacks and Skirts, in great var ety.
25 dozen very fine imported Children's and Missos' Hoso.
All kinds of Ladies' and Misses' Merino and Woolen Vests
Boys' and Children's Merino Ssir ts- something new.
Ladies'Scarfs, from the finest to some at five nents each.
25 picces Black and Brown Worsted at ten cents per yard.
10 dozen children's Gloves at five cents a pair.
Ladies' Shoes-a great variety.
Ladies' Felt Hats-latest styles.
Blankets in great variety.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
THE ELEP.HANT HAS COME,
&-WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AND. WINTER GOODS
IINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLI ERY
We take pleasure in announcing to onr frfends and the publIc, .generall
hat we are now opening the finest and mosot domplete nsortaiut of VOaI
Lnd Winter Goods, noluding Fancy and Stapp y Goods, all tiiThatist
itylesof Millinery, Ladies' Press Goods, Fny " Goods nd ti, 'a.7
3UBOCERUNS, CON OXN~tB ~O ~
OROOKERY, Ti d A
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