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THE NEWS AND IIERALD.
T UESDAY, Dl'oomber 2, a a -, 1870.'
W. -r1 V' rA FtS) Fntrot.
SNO. S. RI YNOLD8. At0o01ATS Ermon.
TnE IZet 'Mississippi Lei-g!a fiute
11 lhgve, one. htyytlred apd tharee,
thertc mo1joiy on1 JAIn' ballot,
.~Lth W~ gQud yoar.fon~.h)wmo..
'lr. im giynia Le.gislatuLre wvill stand,
Debt panye' h7, Re-adjuAters'58, W,
publicais 26, total 140. General
Mahone is a fornidable candidato for
the il ilhed Slate,, Senate, and will be
ekt.otel if the Republicans aut iHe
adjusters combine florct s.
Tnr C.o onicle and Constituti'onal
16 paypthlat thle 11mn. 0. D). Tillman1.2
t he author. of' tle letter signaed
" Fdlgeiel:I," relataig to the two. poll..
Ing ptaces.. it d(lkei(Qfromn his views,
and1(1 tliiiks it, safer to keep the Uiled
States from interfering in 13tato clec
\LT.TAM If. VA~!iRU11LT, a fbw
days ago, sold the small matter of two
1ud1rdU,d fifty thousand aares of
New Yorli Central Rilroad stock (? a
* coipany..'- As this stock is selling for
about'i hundiedI and tweidy' dollars a
phare, Vanderbilt will have a plOnty
of po::k'en inoney for .bt4 Christmuas
frolle. Thirty mnillion dollars will do
to talk about..
CoRRnPONDENIJm$r of 1o WRapa.1perS are
still Ilsoussin' who Paved tlie State.
PJvery one in the State fromn Governei6r
I am ptol down to the pumlrblest clt i
ven who rode on horseback or kept hs
pinve inl the linle or obeyed his (!iil
piVA-Ident 's orders to the best of' his
.ibility deerV(es equal credit. It toolk
ust a (racti(ll o.ver 1 lkncltV-wo thou
L.and mn en to save the State. And they
did it, and Io one class, of men11 can
claih ill the honor.
IN TltR Iouse of RepresnCrtives on
Saiulda'' ib'disacussaing the hour of
incetinmg,'NMr. cegers, of Richilinid,
vaid ho thouiht the IRousQ should
allow plenty of timc for the commit
Ides to work on Mtoiday, so that tley
Csould nut make use ' of Sinday fhr
the purpose. Inst year the conilt
tee workeil on Sunday and ho thought
t1At wati wrong. Thoy ought to go to
church oil Suinday. His speech evi
dthntly produced its effect, for (lie
H-louse adjourned to meet1 at twelve
o'ock Monday, instead of at ten as at
Lancaster Ledcr, quoting
fron the .'ress and BaMner, asks
- whether the people are ready to pay
- ! fin.'u.it.milla..oujhl dollar
*Legislature to kill telocal t ax bill
ing this session. We presume thiat the
Ledger has read the bill no more care
*fully than the Press and Banner hans,
or it. would have seena that the bill is
only intenldedl for those towns that
apecially desire a fax, and that the
levr cannot exceed ai mill and at half,
and may) be as much less as thme 'prop
ty holders desire. If Lanceaste'r dloes
nuot wish a public11 school, supported1
by a local tax, no0 one will force it on
her. Blrothera C'airer is thme last man
in the State t) opp)ose a local tax.
Tfhe tuition fees for (lhat small family
-of,his at a pival'te schiool would be te'n
times his local tax, unless lhe is revel
lng in weailth.
Wh~o Calhoun Monument.
We caill at tent ion to the colmuanica
* tion on the erection1 of the Calhoun
Monument. While having nothaing to
syas to the strictumres conitaminmed in
. thils co~nmmuniciation, we heartily' con
cur in the prop~osition that the monua
mnt should long sine have been
erected. If we mistake nmot, the fund
at. one time reached someI1where' he
* tween thirty and forty thousand dol..
Jars. A bird in the hand is worth any
number' in the bush, and land thme
maonumennt been speedily completed
the subsequent losses would not have
been sustained. It will be a matter of
great tregret to the people of the State
to learn that addZ.ional losses have
been sustained 'by' recent fiur~es,
Th.: 'Llsuggestion by our correspondent
* hnl~ .tmonument should take the
form of a .statue inetead of a mere
shitft is well made, as also that the
task'should be on'traustedi to an artist.
of dese0rved reputation. All this is
*based o;n the assumption that there is
*or will be a handsome fund for the
* purpose. We feel sure that the pub
lic wvould be glad to have a statement
-of the condition..of the ihund from the
trustees havling it in charge. In the
h<1. ioanth~ne we wish abundant success
to L.he gentlemen who have recently
tcen tlie miatter' agai in hand.
E hIntAlpbingo, of Spain, was mnar
o f 4~ oni - aLurdcay to, the Austrian
.a M Archduchess, Maria Charistena,. A
Kiji Xn' was accompafiled by
* n~i & e Acdke htenier to thme church anil
:4'' *ckded by eleven carriages con
- LI ~ti ' various members of the Span
SaU . Wva mily, th Arandeos of
'A W ii coni't dhnitar'is. The
,in ded four carrlawes
~6u41lugctl~t4if arnes and I) es
dj g i~ diadem
'Li 1~4~a hc
#lli'a~d at he mass which was cole-,
bra ted atier the li e'riage cOremoly.
UIardly two years ago Alphonso lecl
to the *iar8 his cousin, the Princess
Murceides, whom h had loved.from. a
child. The yotthful- pair were scarce
ly out of tilir trens. Ini a few uaionths I
lMercedes SiClened and died, and the
young Kinlg mourned diconsolately.
B1.ut. the fear of a revollutioln impelled
tie grave M'Ain'ister.; of State to Ii-ge IL
secound mai,'II e Ont Alphonso b-fore 0
the yeai; Wa,.4 olt. e-0 Was reluctanb
at. first, but appears to have becomet
recoiciled to ia secomd marria *.)fo r
we find (hat het has been monversing
through a telephone with his intended
in the intervas of affairs of State. Let
us hope that he and his bride ni
"'live longr and prosper."
JOHN C. CAILIJQ(0.
ThotuptIb Ahioitat, th M mnament I hat
Sonut invs Men Er'Cted Yeatra Ago
Aud wia4 N.,t.
tteu Tt.: Nxws Awn H1num',.1
John C. Calhoun died in Wbshing
ton, 1). C., on the $ 1st of Marb, 1,800
A committee of Senatort tund others
were appointed to attend the retains
to South Carolina. They were re
eived by hlie ( overilor and other
camitteeg from South Carolina. Te
citizens of the State voluntcored tI eIr
services to subscribe, and foImi a fund
ndequate to the creetton of a, proper
rmovomwent to the statesman whose
loss was spoken of as ia calamity to
the 8fate whero lie was br0n1, to the
Whole couiltry, and inl falt to th
c!ivilized World. We have neverl
learnled10 the amonnt of tihe origiial
sum, but ai lairg'e portion of it was lost
durilg he-war, or at least it is so
said. We have reinarked, from time
to time, that. the conuniteo hIng
charge.of what, wais left. of th0 flited,
heill inectings, but- gnve lko 11wmen0ion1
oflthe amtiouni t i in Iteir hand11s, how it
s ithves(ted, etc. Rit upon frequent
iquiries all that Could be asceirti,inled
was that the mionley hall bwi~e well
ca(rd for and wan S p1er'fectly Safb.
We know that eFlbita were tialde to
iivert I e sh n left to other. pIt*rIposes
111t Ihose otrIrl were fr'ust I'tled Iby%,
the interference o-tho'iivi in i membor's
of tile hr.mediniie famil y of '. Cul
houn . We al so know 0lt.t tho Iiv
Ing after tho i-11h of Air. Ca'houn,
'rutlteyit-INV expree.vZ(d lesires that, the
mtalt('i rem'nainlIs of their beloved Frieid
and relative should be depositePd inI theI
church-yant rrollmdedI by the
monuieniii'tf.at his consort anid of his
decenildlit.l. The iLst t' Mr. a'il
hoini's, iimediata finnily often eX
p5essed it mortified feelinig at the man l
ner. iII vhich the subject, was Ianag
ed; and had not an uinanticipated gaid
Very slddeni (leati traiispire I, at de
mand would have beent inlade for the
body, anld its remiloval to ihe place desir
ed b'y his relitives and tho-e friends'
(Ing at the time. Could it have beni
possible to have consuhed the desires of
the deceased, from his siiiple tastes
1111d1.haracter', tley vould hve beei
g~enius a1nti great. pubilic services we4'e
the proper'ty (of the civilized world,
btt is remin s beilonig to hiis tiun ilv.
It has been state id t hat Iin a sh ort tinie
past t he re'iiis of (lie sumli oriaintally
ratised, have', bCoon swamfi~ (1ed in a retonit
failur'e. IThe quest ion 1 as boen fre
quienitly aisked byv those who suibscib
ed thie lairger portion of t ho fipd,
"Why suhoutldl the C'ity) of' Charleston
tretaina that ftud, anad insist that the
mloiniient, shouild( 1b0 erec'ted' in tht.
cityV?" As overyVon( kinows, Mr. Cal
hiouni was bornt ini Abbevilie, and(
he~ lived quiet ly ini the b).otm of his
lhis frienad;~ and( if a Vote were'O takeii,
evetn at 1hi18late periodl, we hazardi'(
ntothinig ini hteievinig that there would
niot be~ a dlissenlting voic as to whal.
p ortioitut (11th State hias statue shtould
be eecte haIli,. Iistoryv reords tno
mlore0 glbulair intellect,'n pu) irer' nor
It is p1rpe tat the( wvhole people of'
his nttivei lanid shtould lhonor and
cherish, ha irmemory by alt pr'oper
mleanls in their power, nor ate they
idiieren t htow or' by whomt such
eflligies should be eireeted.
*A rI isi iitupjired and1 spoeaks to ad(
vainig civilhization)1. The etloit ofi a
pro'~ghacial periotd may hav'e merits to
excite cuiity,~ tV but 'an obiject of' art
pra'fctised by t hose who havYe educa'it in,
aptitude, atid e'xperienee spieaks to theo
80o11, and1( is aL mloratl tor till (thnes. We
his shtaft givenu out to a (con1rac tr at
thie lowest bid. An ar'tist. ofI meriit
would' scorn to accept or unde~lrtake
suchl a jb.
TJhe statue of' I. K. Brown, of'
'Washi ngton, wh-h stands(1 it Uniion
Square, NewV York, portrauva the mant
tie lie lived, ando speaks for1 f'ututro gein
cr'atiotns. rTheo statue of Jackson, fought
hiowni as he waus, not without cor tit
meits, stands in W~ashingiton. 'PTh
statue ofMarcuis Aurelius adorns a site
in Rome. The statue of' Galileo, by
the greatest artist of his ago, is, an'd
always wvill ho be, an attraction to
those wvho have power to criticise (the
wor'k andt~ the gr'eat. origintal. Charles
Boromeco, one0 of' te g'ood, stanids at
Arona, on de Lake oft Comio, where(W
he labored dur'it:g htis life to sootho the
snti'intg of (lie pootr, anid is a conistat
source of revettue to the place which
would bte but little kntown but for that
moonumtent. 'To painttiing by 1luben,
said to be thie fiist, extanit, is a stantd
htig income to the State, the city of
Atwerp1 and the Cathiod'aIl it which
it hangs. Whio has ntot hard of' or
seen1 copies of this wontderfial paintinag
of' thb Descenut frott the Cross?
P'owvrs' best effbrt, the statuo of' ouri
great exemiplar, te phtilosopheroa and
man, stoodt in the cout-house of'<
Charlestou nutui It was remioved to
Columbia and was reduced to lime by
Shermian anid btla burners~t, when that<
city itas destrioyed by the vatndauls lcd<
by Sherman and htis caniaille.
Poiver's had the good fortune to ap-]
prcerate 'thie comng reoputation of the I
gri and putre sp)irit. is' meuret8t'-1
mei~tt tand mtask wer' taken fiomnlifeo,
and wti hopo thati the plaster cants from . o
whichi the statue was takeni are still ox
tant, Our people have bgan Impover
lsliet, id a verf' large portion of' the
risitng population have never heardc
the name of Oalhoun. And 48 timet
rolls ut, the naine of .this mairvolous e
Swill b9 em o ~ i -b 'gli egve- I
Im etett~iA. o time.
ris the i 1 pol) he 1 y
Oo0I, among whom he was born
e3t th task which was un'dertaken t
)# eXecited by a "pont up U ticja.4" the
tpudiatingcity by tho sea, drag her
11w lilgTh along 1n, lyid alon0 1 4i1s
hune that tihe people out of Chai'loston
hould Ie inforned of the history of
lie project, i d, abovo all, the history
>f the fiunid anid the Cause of tie delay
WihJ has been dono can be done utgan.
We know personally that the ladies of
itpper C.1rolina. wo'n11d yngage Ivit~h
luceity ill ill mergotic ellorf, aind this
nroi w ith a crtamtv, wpovided the
'unds shail be husban'de. 1 an cared
'r by honestv and abilit v, not to be
ougit. for inl Vainl, outside of fle City
>v IIhe Sea. We see by the Aening
Yews, of 6avannah, Oct. 29th, thatI
1rrangemets.are making to eyect .I
nonuet to the menmor-.y of John C.
alhoin, and 4 hat Gen. A. U. Garling
on), Col. Furrow and Captain Fyre
t1r11. of the Airline Railroad, nio
hao ladL or; thiis coinuijttee. lay their I
1lorts prlove more su3Sccssful than
>ter ihve been. X.
TILE JR'1K D ICjYT8 gDISAGA.
Wa snifNG'roN, Nov. 26.-The Presi
:le complutcSI his miesage Ihis aifter
i0on ibIfio lkaiviuz for Philadelphia.
rihe .Nadion, al Jtepublican of i-mor
row will, pIlt (he following as an
m)t line ct'ils conit(its:
"It. iS luderst-ood in well-informed
irl.es that the Prosident becrinls his
lrticomlillg aiuanl mlews:age IV col
ralt ulatig Coagress and tle couitry
111on the sticccsslit a< com)iplishmfont o'
rsbumption, but wars Congr-ess. thati,
Ltalless I he Iuilimited coinage of slantil
Li'd silver dollirs is stopeld tle pres
nit am1iiouniit of gold will soon begin
irlIlually to flow out of- the country,
Ind thUt silver vill take its place. On
his point le recoimuends that n-o
ation he taken as to fixing the ratio
bet! weeln fti Silver dollari 1,ad the gold
1lollar util the ilitetIaltional Imionetat
r1V Congre1i'ss shall have arrivr 1 at somei1
onctu..iO.n regaring;l the leiitimate
sta uis ot sil mir, but, siggrest that the
coinagv ot'the silver-dollar be merely
Rillded. it is illso inderstood tha't
ha taakes the grotuld tlat as it, is only
in I eil ot war Or other presiung er
onieyv that, the issue of notes, the
worth, of whicvih is fixed wholly bv th'
SVerniment, is au1lthorized, and' that
ais no sudi cmergency inow exists, the
irmtlaf in nqote i. c., the grennicks1
s1hould nowv bo retired inl Rome 11inan
Ier wisely circnlatNd to foroebnd any
disturbanc'e of' present f1inan1cial equili
biumii 111. H1e aIlso argues that, as it IaS
b1een the policv of the governient
ever sin'e tihe adoption of the consti
I ttion to pliv oi all lebts as sooni after
I hey are i ncui irred as possiblo, a sinuk
inu futnd should noxw b,3 provided or
tihe (.xistiig laws relating to thiat f'id
11m1end1ed1441 so asC 10) fix L liiit. speitied
tuid distinct within which the present
public debMt slaul be paid. lie then
5ecomimendi ihat if tihe reveiuIes of
the govenl'I1ieit shall not be sutilcienlt
10 )rOvi( ncessari funds to leet
Ilie d'iim.d o such a policy a tariff
4lhoild ho plhiced on teat and c( oflhc s
that tax coild he coivenuienatly lovied,
luul woutld be less folt by the people
3han any othier.
"He calls the especial attention of
(ong*css to the continued aid utter
liisregi'd of the statutes against poly
-amny by the people of the Tcrr-itor'v
af UIli, and suggests or. requests thI
Ile r'efers to the 1bat, that 'the Ton'i't'.
r'y is no0w appro'achling~ the period
wvheni shte will1 apply for admission
mito flhe Uiuoni, and wheni she will
eertaniily haive to be0 admnitted as ai
State. lIn this conniection hie reOcom
mietus (hat the citizens of all the Teor
ritoies who a guilty of polygamyv
shall be debarred from thle right of
sut.Yr'age, and aliso from the pr'ivileges
of jury' dttty~. .1 Ie ailso re'ommienids
that a test oalh shiall he imuposel ini the
Territories for the puirpose of excluld
img piolygamaists fromi the inry box.
"lie occupies con--idenable space inl
thle muessuage to a discuussion of the
thueories of civil service ref'ormn, and
audvocaites thle akppointment of ai coni
maission, to he end~owed wih thfle pow
er to apploinut, ofliers'a or officials of
diferenut graides in thle civil ser'vice,
aill such appointments to iast durinog
"the rephorts an agreeable and friend
ly statec of' aitiiirs wvith forueign nations,
iand remiark~s in efl'ect that nothinig of*
llimporfan(e hias occurred in dlilomeatic
a flirsu' sinuce lisa last messajgo. lie dis
15ourages a rentewal of' the discussionis
regardling the transfer of the Indian
bin-a ito th)fle War D~epart ment, as
lhat udiscuassion always serves to ham-n
per~ thle oflicials of the Inidian bure;i4
mn p~euidili operations and( negotia
tions, and (prodniecs nIo corresponudinig
oodl. As it miember of thle W ashuing
hou Momniuient Coniission lie adisesl8C
flhe aippropr'iatilon of a sufficient suml
and1( the change of' existing laws to
permit. tihe comphllet in of the monu
linint at an early (late.
"'ite ferrinug to the dlefciencyv which
mists in tho app)ropriatin for' the
lh'partmniit of J ustice, ho points ont
lie nuecessity~ of' an immiuedlate aippro
niat iota for) the pafymlent of' accrued
:lues anud f'ees of United States mar..
thauls arising from the filuro of Cout
tr'ess to provide at the late extra ses
iioin forl thecir paymnut uinder the
usual process. He fiurther points Out
hea necessity oIf similar or full appro
rhluttions5 f'or the faithful and comnpe
ent exectptioni of the laws in the
In tonie andi spirilt the entire melssageo
s Conlspicuously stalwar't, asth
>hraVuses go's, so 'fail as - it elates to
)olitical alflirS, anid in length exceeds
lily of it~s pi'edecessor's.n
LEQISLar1I E I'RooEIWIRos,
Fu>AY, November 28, 1879.
A mnber of bills and resolutions
vere introduced 'and properly refor
Several billa wore passed to a third
'endlig, among them the Ibilowing:
ilhl to extbuad a r'oadl from the F~airfleid
sounity line to Mission Church in Ker..
aliaw county, second -reading; bill to
muthoriZo sherifi's to appoinlt special
loputies without the aijpproval or' aoi
mnit judge. teSnt
Just bfore he Se atoaourned
dIr. Crittenden inltrodu4ce'd the follow.
n~g concurrent resotut(ions, wvhieh
vore, on motion of Mr. Tiaft, madeo the
plecial order for Dcember' 2 te be
Olnsiderued ina coniection with the
'ther resohtiong bearing tipon ,ibo
Whereas, a most revo) ng aeount
af alleged cruelty 40 in uinkiiy of
rea~tent fa portina of t. is covicts
af the .StMfe onitntary, Who: Were
fh'ed ouit by,' tho b%)tJ( of dh'lwotOrsrto
ork uponi yttrious ptuylio enterprises,
al of ths 8 ao Gan 1vbras the
ored, are so eviting in chai'hte., as
tpo shock the feeling'of justice and h
manilty fi the, bosom of every ight
mlnded ni anc If tru'e, to for
limmedidte and condign 'punihment
upon the heads cf tbjose guilty o4 oi
responsible for, alici heinous offences;
thoreforQ, ,a it iesolved by the.Seniate
of South Carolim, tlie House of Repro
1. That the w)maanittee Oi the pei0
tent,iary of the SInate, and tie con
inittee oun tho peitentlarv of th6 Ilouse
of Represeiinttives, are hereby ap
pointed i special Joint committee to
uivesti rate the said charges, with
power o seid fr person' and latcrs,
and instructionaCto report akt the. ear
liest, practicablo period during -the
resoelt sessioli of the UQu9oral Assent
2. 'I'hat wheliever in the judgment
of (he at-tornaeygenleral sufficient evi
doence hus beeopbtained by the com
1i.te0 to WarrAlnt. the rosecution of
any person or porsomns for cruelty, nup.
glect or inhuaassnity toward any jris
onler or convintof the Statu peuiten
tisary, under his or their charge or
supervisioi, it shall be hib duty and
he is hereby required fortbwithla to
prosecut4 and, bring to )IIishment
those Who ynq be provcd guilty of
said charges. I
HOUSE O, fREPRIESENTATIVES.
The business in the] Uouse was of no
interest-,beinig conilned to the intro
duct ion of bills and a refrence of the
same to proper comiansittees.
SATUnDAY, November 29, 1879.
'A large nuiibber of bills were intro
duced, read byr title, and properly re
The Sinato then pro,.cded to the
consideration of the billaIoA. the calen
dar, and a fiumber of these were pass
ed to a third reading, among theni Ohe
follow iig: bill to enfobrce the u'se of it
uniform serles of tert-books in the I
comm on schools of this State; eon
cirreist reSofuhtiaon (o lip.lint a comn
initteo to examrine the Siate Coun titu
tion aId suggest what amemdents are
IloUSE OF REPRESENTATIVEs.
Thse usuial number. of bills were In
tro(diced ti(I properl Nreferred.
Generad1kennedyint'dneed a con
curieit resolution- thit whereas the
term of ofthlo of Chief' ,Jnstice WVillard
will expire on July 31 18i80J the (ena
oral Assembly prceed to elect his suc
eeOsOr onl Wednesday next, at one
Mr. Mist moved thattthe resolution
be referred to tle Committee on Privi
leges and Electioni, with the request
that they replort. to the House what
will be the result of the election as to
whether there will be a vacancy for
On motion of Mr. Uaskell, Mr.
Buist.'s motion was laid onl the tiile
by a vote of 78 to 3., and a resolution
ofhicd by Mr. laskell was adopted,
;equiesati ng the Comimitteo 91n P'rivi
iejesand Electionsk to report. whitt oil
ces, if any, to be sltied by the G.eneral
Assembly are or will he vacant.
The reainder' of the day was enn
sumlied w ith ljusiness of no special in
city election 1loe I last uicdavi"ht.
T.he aanmbeg. ) o~flwome re'gister'ed is a
foW~ over one~ thionshndai, and about five
hunadred less thani was expieted,
---A largomeeting at Boston, pro
sided( over by Governor Long, adopted
resolutions. condlemsnm the governi
mnt's lIndiian policy ifi gener'al apd15(
especOialy its trenament of the Poneas.
--By theo accidentlal explio~isio of five
pounds of powder at the r'esidcle of'
Wmn. Ansapis, Pointe Coupse p'lrish,
Lai., On Thuiirsday, Knap1 s an'd one
child wersev~ierelv burned, and twvo
of his eglidr'en anid their grandmnothser
-Thomas A. Doyle, Republican,
wias electoid mayor of Providenice, R.
Fifteen guns wIore tire~'d in honor of (ho
evont. ? hat ainti-liquor license move
mfent was defeaited.
-James Gibner, Sr., a weoll-known
cit izen of CIncinnati, aged1 sixtv-seven,
was found dead in the cellar~ of his
residlence last T.uesday'. He had
at ranigledl lIjmself' by t ying a liuadkea
chief around hsis neck and twisting it
with a brooms handcle.
-CharslesRowell, thie lonag-distance
pediestiii, 1s now att his hsoinse, Camn
bridge, Enlglnd. lie lhas acounhted
the alle bngo of' 0'Lear'y, Pan chot
anad H~azael for agother great wvalk,
and5( articles will Soon) be dr'awnup for
-heo reductioni in the public debt
for November would have beena nearly
ton millions but for the f'act that more
thsan sevenI million dollars have becii
psaid Qtlt on penisioj faccounat. The
redu~ctions witlprob~ably beo in the
neighborhood of $2,000,000.
-The CJhrist Church Parish J3taga
zinle, ppblished at Sidecup, Ensglaad,
gives the namrie of the Princess Lpuaise,
thae wife otf Lord Lornse, as the "priun
cess of royal bloo#" lwh%, jt iipgy
nuounced, is soon to becomen a conveort
to the Catholic Church.
.-Asa Magoon was hsans d at Wind
s91r, Vt., on Firlday', fqr t p murde r of
RutuseStreeter, at Jlarare, t., in Octos,
boe' 1875. Streeter was seventy yeaars
old. Magoon1 was sixty-thraeo wihaen
hunag. Temen lived together, anid
oni the day-of the murder* had q arre'led
over a jug of Jiqumor, wvhen M agogy
boatt Streeter to death..
--Theo boiler gf a portable saw mill
at Rushs Creool,nar Salems, Ind., ex..
plodd withterrible force last Tuesday,
ly kiltihag Ensgineer Jos. H anger, whose
body wias hurled In ani unriecogunizable
mnasis across tie street. Three school
ehilldrens, who were passinig at. the
time, wore severely cut and scalided,
but their injuries are hot fatal. The
mill was an 0o(d one, and theo engineer
had co~nslderecd the boiter' unsafe for
somo tIn10 preyious to the explosiop,
-A '1411 of injunction was led in
theSupemeCoutiof h itriof
(erGoora Kyn behalf of M, A,
Dauphsin, agent 'of the popleiang Ipte
tory, Compiany, tp restrains hIm~ from
carrying out the recenst order forbid.
the reception or' the delivery of mail
matter for lottey gonts, It is undereI
stood that the oQtfr ompanies have
onbhiedl ty mak thi atot case. B
aigreempent on both ides the saho wilH
hp presse~to a epodyhearlig,'n
willte be caedonv appal to the)
t$upremn)Qpiu Qfte9 nt~
riedone bfo'atjl~~ 4*C
combining in tahom the Mandrk or Ma~y
Apple, which is recognd by phyaiiana
nIt a mubstitute fiors~al. ,~goiseshtai
t'eaa fi 0s0ftinda. drlwtot11
A$ A A-TI-BILIOUS
thorare inoomparable They stimulate
f BYvo TEy Ml and give tone to
&tdigestion and_ thoroughiasimilation,
of food. They exerta pow-'rful influence
oni he~a.DN'aYs~ and~~.JIE1$,~and
ujat:inqio organs. iosoval imtu
tiengthus jitUalizing te tissue. of the body
and, causwg a healthy oonditiou of the
AS AN ANTI-MALARIAL
have no euajand as aresult act
M V. preveiti a#nd cure for o
Etji.9.nt. nt rmi431te Typhoid Fev ero
v nd.vtid~gmUon the health
action of the tom'ach, dopende, almost
30i thoiia-itnfiiFoEfi ae
IS THE BANE%
of the preent enetiQ. .t to for the
Cuiroofta - t mOIUsemand itstAttendantso
hsyainedugh awde ap rput
tion. N'.o IIomiety_1paji~s b-: guii.so
ered tha e'ts so ap.no ,J /epi. ggerto
t t . g T . ton
MRV4US. SYSTEM 13 RPB-U 1iM ,
'THE BRAM 1r) UL0M 14s
AND YGE 80DY 06UST.
Tins egmposed of tii -jices of peir.f
xtri,.Ad by 1.wrel 'acfi-1e a-u
any thing that can injuro tho xno t dcl
ioato peu aon.
A noted cicrmet who han amtiyzed them, ways
"T.BE1UE IS Y.ORE VIAT UE IN ONE O
TUTI'S rIL.S1 TIAN CAN BE FOU14D
IN A PINT OtY ANY OTHEB.
We therefore say to the aifnIeted
Try this Remedy fairly, i will not
harm yo.4, you have nothing to
lose,but will suroly gain a Vigo-.
rous Body, Pure Blood, Strong
Nerves and a Cheerful Mind.
Principal Omce, 35 Mturry St., N. Ye
PRICE 21 CENTS.
Sold by t h ggo.u1L..wo.(.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
MmA!!u. ou Vmn~xtn ,j cht~pptd tw : Gi usar
1,~u I ) 4al iapik:14it t3 ' IPT td J . It iiu.
is to'L ia.1 Uolr, acti Livi?. l y. nd is
o'co 3U Murray St., New York.
THE FRIEND OF ALL!
TT(n I w A V'S P1 LLS!!
"I had no appetito; Hoelloway'o Dilis
va moO a heaorty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I senud for another boex, an keep te
in the hipuso.' he
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headache
that was chronio.
"i guve one of your Pills to nly babe
for cholera tuoibus. The dear l~l
thing got wvell in a day."
"Miy nausea of a morning is, new
"Your btox of Holloway's Olptme'nt
cnred mec of noises in the head. I,
rubbed some of'.your Ointiment bobintd
the oars and the noise has left."
"Bond men two boexesi I wrant oneo fo
"I eneloao ei dollar; your prIon is 25
cents, but the usedicino to me is worth a
"Send tuo five boxes of your Iill8."
"Let mue have three boxes of your
Pills by returu mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testirponials as
theac, but wn of space comp~els mte to
FOR OUSrANEOUB DISORDERS,
And al.l eruptions of gto skin, this Oint.
mecnt is most inuvaluablo. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates
with the most, searching effepts tp tb.p
very ycot of ovil.
.H O L LO W4 r's' OINT MENT.
Possessed of this remedy, eyery man
may be own doctor, It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to roach any in
ter'nal compllaint; by these means, cures
sores or ulcoirs in the throat stoma~ch'
liver, apilno or other parts. 1't is an in
fallible reedy for hand legs, bad breasts,
contracted or sti'ff jointa, 'gopt, rhouma
tismn and all skin ditleases.
hIrowrArTC~ crrN.-None are grenpiple
less tCly: signature of',J. l1.47 noes *4 age t, f
tihe Uttud, States suyroundis ea'ch hex ot Pills
an Cinunint. Boxes at 2.5 centf, 82 cents, and
WF' There Is considerable saying by talking
the larger sjzes. (IFLO WA Y & CO.,
feb 15-ly New 1.Prk
r- IHE nnderaignedl would -call especial
. attention to tir nel~oeive4
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
These goode hayo been selected with
special reference to- the wants of this
market, andt will be sold a4
LOWES$T LIING gnIeg8S,
The stock consista of toomanly articles to
be enumerated in pnadvert-isemnent An
examination enn aloneosatisfly purchasers.
A9 inll from puoleaners is respootJf14
Qpngros.street, one door sod~I plMorxis'
liotel, Wipnsboro, 8. -
&,RANIIl' DISPLAY OF NEW GIOOBS!
ECONR new arrilval this, season in 1ry-GQoods, Notions, Bop% hoes,
lothing, i:ockery, Glasswapo,. &c., &o., Which ye. gh, UI ClIcAper than
Dress Goods in all. thp new and desirable shades, Cashmeres, Crepe Gloths
and a big drive in B1asJet D:oss Goode at 126c. " . -, I- t
Ali leant line- of CasAeiers Jeans, Red and ItF
-4 and 10- hetings, and P. C. C 'ton. -
I am still selling the Poidnu Factory Goods at the old, pi-ce, notith
tfandkig the revenjt tAvAic -'"- -
CALICO1S I, CALICOES 1, CALICO.&!!!I CAITCOil.il *
Best brands in fanpces at 7c.
A very nice line .6f Cloaks, Qhalvls, Sacques, &o.
Apd 'ickin co.mnciJ' a. kow as. 8c. up to A..C. . a 20 . 25c.
NETIONS; 1 OT;ONS! I NOTIONS !! NOTIONS! 1.1
An elegant line at pric's. bpyond co petition.
My Shoe Department is cqopete, and purchased at rock bot9p prices, and,
vill be sold very low for Cash.,
Something very cheap in Glassware and LainDp.
I respectfilly invito the ladleb to inspoet tny''lock before. puxobugig cse-.
here, and coiiare.pr1es.
Something new Fin Vages-a big drive.
I invite anl inspection of th9 abovo goods, which I will sell at I1v0.eqnd let
LEA DB FR 0P LOW n.RiG .
SR, EhaIvA now open, and will $.lf a, q y at y kyeable bouse h towl
onr second siupply of Fall avsl Wintog poods.
1 ease Fruit of the 'pom aLong C0-A h..
25 pieces other b. r-s of Long Cloth.
1 ease Besrsbrook Jeans.
75 pices assortod Jeans'and Caissimerea.
50 pi1 as new stylo Prints.
Dresti Goodu, Alpaeos, M1ohn-irs (lw-s
Ulafikets, whitQ and colorot, Plannela. Yin ays, Ginghaitos, bron,
Homespuns, Plidl Homespnus, Drillings, Osna rgs, Bud Ticking, uiok-,
o1 Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls. Cloaks, Boulevard Skirts.
A full supply of white and colored Dross Shirts, Undersirts nu
Drawors, Bleached..Broiyn and golored .g .1 099.
Clothing oad Hats.
Overcoatis I Overcoats ! 1 Overcoats I ! I
For theladies we have a nice stock of Undervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ruffling, Collars and Ci'e, Ngip ank Insertions, Ribbons, &o.
The "Piiafore," "Juna," "PrideV and ".Jeatrieo' Corsets.
White Goods, such as Nainsooks, xn'onets. Carnbrica and Lawns.
For houso-keepers, we have a fiu lIn of Tbl .pmask,. Dylis,
Toweis. Bleachod 'iaid Bi own Sheetings
Notion4 in groat variety.
L-tdieH' Misson' and Childron's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' r.nd Boya' Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Satachels, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at low
We cordially invite an ingp,9ction of our stoek, feoling assured tharft we
an please. - '-F. ELDER & CO.
nov 4 -
E have jubt receiygd a DPw And large supply of D)RY
QOODS, ebasisting of all kinds pf Pqlaks, froj g v9ry che p-.
pst to the very finest.
L1adios' Sacks and Skirts, in great var oty.
25 dozen very fine imported Children's atid 1Misses? Hose.
All kifds of pacies' and 4isses' Voriqo and Waqlgq Vest'
N3oys' apd Ohjllrep'p Merino Skirts-something new.
Ladies'Scarfs, from tho finest to some at fiv 'ients each.
25 picces Black and Brown Worsted at ten cents per yard.
1Q dozen children's Gloves at five cents a pair.
Jadies Shoes--a great yariety.
. adies' Felt Hats-latest styleq.
41ankets in grp gqiet:-4.y.
SUGENHEIMER & GR1ESCRjijEL,
THE FLEPRANT JIA$-ONE
e-Wvi 4FRNS STOO.15Og
FALL AFN', WINTER GOOS,
WINOSBQ1 P J4W QODS, FANOY GOODO, 41P MAAMPEgAr
We tao plr u i anno"heing to onr fri s d pub geera
bat we are now openfin the fineAt ap Mort omple
md .WiNter Good(, ineluding 1&Inp a p 4 Stp00J-V 0ooddt al the latoi
Ityles f .nery, !a4ies e , I
1 ~, 90
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