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TiE NEWS AND RERALD.
WINNSBORO, 8. C.
T URSDAY, Decomber 4, a : a 1870.
R. -IHA NS DAVI8 EDITR.
JG. 8. RE YNOLD8. AssOcIATE EDITOR.
WnViT does tie Xedium think of
Mayor Sale's Conservative Liberalism
now ? We pause for a reply.
CHIEF JUSTICE WILLAtni doslies the
correspondent of the News anel Couri
01r to say "that his sense of duty leads
him to maintain his views of the con
stittitional'rights of his office, because
the election of Chief Justice in this
State had always been conducted inde
pendently of the interests of politicians
and otly upon considerations of what
was due to tile administration of jus
tice, and he was not willing that his
administration should be signalized
by a departure froni this healthy
practice." All this does very well,
perhaps, but when Jtidge Willard was
elected, it was under tile distinct im
pression that he would fill only the
unexpired teri of Cief Justice
Moses. Unler such circunistances ho
(6 rht not to press his claii for t full
Afayor Sale's so-called Dom nocratic
Executive Conniuc lias stampeded
bodily into the iladical caplli. It
Psiblishes at notice of a priiary elec
tion tor imayor, on the 4th of )ecemi
ber, five days before the election. In
reference to the voting it anilounlces
that "its there is no llepublican candi
date inl the fleld, every voter in the
city shall have the right to participate
iin the Primary E' lection, in order that
the, nay declare their prq1f'eee
uanwntst Democratic candidate* /br
may n' .for the next four years."
buch a proniunciaiento is iuparalleled
inl tle IatOry of' politics, and would
be stamped as a canard but( for its
appearance as a paid advertisement
over the Signature of' the so-callell
chairman of' the city Democracy. A
Demociertic primary at which every
voter inl thle City shall Vote 1 Who1;
ever heard of'such at proposition out
side of' it ltiunatic asyilmil? When )Cor
bin an(d Bowet.n and TMackey tire inl
vited to select, at stamiard bearer Vor
the Demxrai'y, it is high 61110 for the
Democrats to hang their heads inl
s;haume. The Invitation of the Sale
commit tee is admiiiiale inl the origi
nlihity of' its colce)tion, an1d in the aul
dacity of its prolmlgation. But it is
susceptible o'an imon provelnlent. Let
tile whle matter be refered at once
toa atiss-imeeting of Elliott Street,
regardless of race, sex or previous
condition. This would spare tlie rest
of the city the iicoleiienice of at
tending the polls, an(d would be quite
as likely to satisfy the respectabilitv
nd hlonestyv of' Chuarlesion as as pimanh
ry3 pariticipafte'd ill by tihe raas-ftarr and1
Th'le conIte'st 1s no0w narirowed dlown
to aL strauighltout light bctwen Demioc
be chosen at tis tiondcip1'jt pr'imaryU'
will be the iregular Ralidicatl canididamte,
unideir whiatever pseudonym lie may
wish to disguise hlimlself'. Charleston
wvill not be long in deciding between
themi. 'We believe the last act of tile
Sale committee has1 muade Captaini
Courtenay's elect Ion sm1'0.
Congress met oni Monday .the 1st
instantin WVasington. The Presi
dent's muessage was read. It is a
lengthy documnent. le conigratutlates
Congress on the resumption of sple
p~aymnts' andl on tile tiuiding opera
tion wvhich reduced tile inaterest by
fourteen million dollars a year'. For'ty
flye million dollars of silver have
been coinled this year, of whlich thirty
twVo~lmillion are' still ini the treasur'y.
]ie opposes unilimiited coinage of l-.
v'er inl its pre'senlt depreciated state, as
tending to drlive gold out of' tile miar
ket. Greenbacks should be withdrawn
from circulation, because they wer'e
issued onl'y as8 a war measure, and
because tile spirit of the conistitution
1s op)posedI to at natlinal debt. A
81mall taix On tea aund coffee is rccomn
m1end(ed. Polygamy shlould be sup
pr'essed inl Uah. A plea Is mlade for
m~or'e stri'lngent enfor-cement of elec
tion laws to secure' pur'ity in the bal
lot. Tihe civil service reform hlumb~ug
is rgaini adivocated, though the Piesi
dent ren-'iains from saying exactlyT hiow
Thr a Federal p)olitiolanI may plarticl
pate in polities, ie opphoses thue levy
of p~olitical conitribut ions from offie
hlolders. Forecign affairs are atisfac
tory. A clim of a hundred thloulsand
dollars against Gr'eat Britain for in
jury'3 to the .tishing interests in Fortu
na Bay is no0w uinder considerationi
by the British gover'neint. Thera'
are' some semail claims algainset Spain
and Switzerland, and some small
qiuestions about na~turalzatieon have
arisen with Germany. China pr'omis
es to co-oper'ate in secuinmgmeasures
this coutfy. Cordial relatiomti exist
with Mexico and thie South American
flepublies. Theore is a gratifying ini
crease of trade b~etween the United
States and foreign countries. A spe
eial request is made for thle pay of
United States anarshals, for which no
provision wase made at the extra sea
slon. *Additional United States Cir
cuit.Courts are recommended in order'
-to prevent the accumulation of bush.
ness before the Suprcime Court. An
Intermediate cour't of appeals is re
omveended also.- The Indlianl problem
is sussed. The President believes
K thMdt~ indhins -should not be :op,
3~t4,but' ialts 'thiere is a ja.e
t~t*ffeL~e ee~hiII' h the Indimn
r' ~r~or~an~i n1~~ton m#ry flow
Vent it. Ie thinks the 1ndians shoul(
thereforo begin to hold their lands
indi vidual ly, instedd of coutilning
their tribal ownerships In commnion.
Thie department o agriieultiure is ae
complishing good, and Congress is
asked to givo it additional aid.
Altogether the message is a nild
document, and its reading did not
cause i ripplein Congress. The fight
has not yet commenced. When or
how it will begin no ono can toll at
MONDAY, December 1, 1879.
Several bilN, resolutions, and ac
Coinlts VC' presented ail properly
A uunmber of bills weore passed to a
third reading, among them the follow
hig: Bill to amiend 'an Act entitled
"An Act. to accelerate the proceedlines
in actions for partitioi," approved
22d December, 1879; bill renouncing,
releasing aLd relinquishing a bequest.
of three thotusand dollars to the Legis.
lature ot' Soutn Cakro lina under the
will of John Blair; bill to atendi
title 4, chapter 121, section 18 of the
revised statuties, regulathbig damages
im cases of eviction.
The favorable report of the commit
tee onl judiciry onl liouse bill to
antend an Act. entitled "An Act to
r'egnAe the i -suing of checks to la
borers on plattions id elsewhere"
wias taken up. Mr. Tatl moved to
sirike out' the enacl ing clauSe. Mr.
Wy'lie (eended (lie report of the com
mittee, and moved that tlie Further
conisiderat ion of, the report he defelrred
till Mlonday next, at, 1 p. Ill. Ca1rr'ied.
HOUSE OF 1tEPRE1SENTA'iv Es.
A number of bills were introduced
and properly reflerred---aong them at
bill (by Mr. T. S. Brice) to establish
two new school districts ill Fairfield
All.' Clownev subitified tho pre
seittiiil or the gr'aiid jury of Fiair,
field at. the Se-ptemlber terml, Which
was >roperly retlerred.
A >ill to lrovido tor the establish
ment of' new school districtS inl the
severniI cities and (OwNits and incorpor'
ated vill?' zes of, the State, 1111d to au
thorize ne levy and collection of'
special taxes therein. was taken up fi'
aL SeOnOd reaiding. A lonig debale en
sied, participalted in by Messrs.
Iaieon and Cooko inl its ihvor, anld
Alessrs. .E4arle 1111d Muirrav in oi posi
tioln; ifter which, oil motio of Gen
enal heimedy, the bill was inltde the
speiatl-l order fI' Ducciber' 5.
A fer te I I'mtisaction ot sone un
important buSiness, the House ad
TumsnAy, December 2, 1879.
Several blls ) wero introduced and
properly reterred. iReports were I're
ecived froimi committees, and0 placed
111on3 the calendar.
Report (unfavorable) on1 bill to pre
vide for the holding of a contstitutioial.
colt routiont was adopled.
Concurrent resolition (Mr. Tafr)
relative to leasing convicts and their
treatment, and concurrenit resolution
(Mr. Crittenden) trelative to aillCL-ee
cruelty to coniets, having bieen r'ead
byv tihe Clerk, Mt. C2ritteniden mfovedl
to the0 Siame object they should be dis
cussed toget her.
Mr'. Taft. objected oni the gr'ound that.
they dlid not,1 look to the samtte end ; bo0th
cotli not be0 adopted. Aller' a lonug
dlebaite, Mr. Taflt 's resolution wats laid
on thle table, and Mr. Cr'it tend(en3's res
olutlin was1l then discutssed without,
IIOUSE OF RlEPR E'sENTA'r I VIt$.
A bill to p)rohibiit the sale of' ar'dent
spirits cii liuor in the town of' Gr'eer',
Gre'euvillo counity, and wvithin two
miiles of' thte corplorato limiit~s ther'eof',
w-as ttaken up, and1( after some debate
plassedl t~o a t hird' reaiding.
Bill to repeaCtl an act entitled "An
aCt to prevent t.'e satle of spir'itu
ouis lignors withini one m3111 of' any
church, schtool-hiouse or Colege ~withbin
the Slate," apprlioved December 18,
1878, so far' as it reclates to the County
of Geoi'getowni, was taken uip. Mr.
Clar'ksounimoved to amitend by iser'ting
Rlichland after Georgctowtn. After
sotme dliscussion the bill, as amreinded,
was1t patssed to a thir'd readin.
TIheo bill fot' the further priotectioni of
religious mieetings~ was die feated.
A harge numiber' of bills, of' local
or limited lnterecst, were passed to
a third r'eadiing.
A PENI'rrTARY' UsED nv- Courru'n
'EtTEls.-For s0om1 111mo past counter
feit silver dollars, halvhes, quarter's,
dhlnes and1( tickels hav'e been ci rculated
qutite extensively ini Fr'ankfort, Kr.
and( thte neighboi'ing townis. Seyvi-al
days ago these coins wereo taed to
the Kentucky peitenitiar'v. Tihe pr'is
on1 author'ities were notifi'ed of' the tact
anid thtey determninied to mtake ant inves
tigationi. Th'le pison01ers were locked
iul in thieir cells anmd (diligent s'archt
was instituted In the varions depart
mets of the pirison. The result was
the finding of'the mint and almost a
barrehl'ul of' material, such as miouilds,
tiles, k(nivyes, saws, burglartus' tools, pis
tol cart ridges, citLizens' clothing, Hab
bitt mietal, block tini and pewter, be
sides a quantity of' the queer. The
mlouids ft'om which these counterf'eit
cois wer'e cast wvere all matt oif plas
ter' of Pairis. The monov madloe Is a
good article aiid shows thatt the mann
tacturers are not greeners at the busi
niess .--~Cicinnatit Enqu i'e'.
PRAYVER AND) SD1i~mrx Our..-Mr.
Mix, the Woheottville colored octr'ess,
has beeni heard( fr'omi again, this timo
in Meiden. The paitlit wvas Miss IE.
P. Otis, adopted daughter of' the hate
Fi. (1. Otis, who has beeni suiffering for
the last two years with a spinal die
ease, which wvas very painful. The
suf'ei'er wvas treated by Mrs. Mix,
whose mode consists In prayer and ox
hor'tation, accomnpanied bythe applica
tion of appar'entiy simple oils. Pre
vious to thte eur'o flss Ot is was olilged
tohobble arountd on crutches, hardly
being able to stanud withot their aid,
but now she wailks as weoll as aily one
without the use or aid of crutches, or
of any support whtatever. The cure Is
vouched for by many reliable wit
--As CorON Is KNGo In commerce,
so the liver is king in the human sys.
tern. We cannot live In any peace
with tils great oiran diseased. To.
lieep It in condition tp derforhn Its
'Anetions, use Dr, Gilder's IvoePflls.
Te'are sold by al, drutggists and
aus FQ1'Mal Dr.
ROMANCE IN PREAL LIPM,
A Notable Instance in Chester-A Couple
See Each Other for the First Timo, and
are United in Matrimony.
(From the Chester Bulletin.)
It was our pleasure to-day to be a
witiess to the marriage of Mr. Fraik
N. Pooser, of Benton Alabama, and
Miss Kate Curry, ot'thlis place. The
ceretiony wits performed by the Rev.
G. A. 'Tenholm at the resilence ofthe
bride's mother, Mrs. M. J. Curry. A
number of the friends and acquaint
aices of the fainily were present and
a universal interest w a mantifsted in
ithe occasion, inasmuch as it was in
vested with an air of romance that is
rarely ever met in the ustal prosy mat
rinioitial world. The happy conple,
Which a few hours ago assumed the
happy bans. although havinsg been on
gaged for nine months, had never seen
other, aid never known 'the bliss
that's in a iutual glance.' They be
eaime known to each other through
Mrs. T. N. ienitett, of this place, who,
while at West Springs last i1mmer
more than a year tgo, mitade the sc
qualintamice of our hero, who was on
thle watc-tower for a partner. Mrs. B.
fgave the bride to him as his "sweet
heart," but it was not until it month
afterward that he began the correspon
dence which has beena consummated til
der such htppy circuistincs. The
Couple, not knowing the name of each
otier, corresponded itider assuicd(
names. At, the expiration of three
mmont hs they aigreed to unmatsk. They
then exchanged pictures, slort ly after
which a mat riionial proposition was
ac(epted l by Miss Curry. It was mu
tually tiiderstood, however, that the
C(kltract this entered inato was to be
uill aind Void, it, ater meC ing, Cither
of them should be disappointed in
their expectation of what the other
ought to be. The result of their first
Meeting is better explained in the let
ter below thiat we could pOsibly (o.
The elgalgeinienut CXisted so ne time,
whetn finally (lie happy diy was fixed.
Inl the iteaitittie, it was arranged that
a friend ot' the groom should come to
Chester anid ieconnutoitre for himi. Otn
i ttvorable inivei igation, tle, fol
low iig teleg'rami was sent to the aix
ious lver in Alabauma: "0. K1." This
set itters right, when the groom lim
iiediatelv left for Chester. The d6
noui(eihet, we know.
A featurt'e abet this romantic mar
ringe is the fuet tihat tle mother of the
bride was kept ill complete darkliess
11 to tlie corrsespolidence anid iitenl
I (.is of her daiutghiter until last Thure
day Iloriiing whlen tle groom twrote a
note to call upon his ailanced for the
Jmiiiediatelv after the ceremuoiy the
gromiuii sent the following letter to a
friil inl Alabama, which we have
beeni allowed the privilege ofteeopying:
"Cn iTEn, 8. C.. Dec. 2, 1879.
Dear Sir:-Outir mcetintg was the
happiest tlat ever Cod bestowed Is
blessigs llpol. Rot i hcarts satisiled
an1d overilowiig vithi love tor cich
other I And to crown this happiness,
wMe Were() 11)h 11111ma m 11 and wife this
ilorniing at hatlf past 11 o'clock in the
presence of mnany friends. The com
in tttnity did not kinow of the itfair un
til my arrllivalI. Of course8 it has$ creat
ed somee sentation. I will return to
Alabama about the 11th and hope to
meet you iatid other ri1ends to share
with e110 the halpinlCiiess which iS 80
richly nine. My dear K-- is more
I hamn I dlared hope f'or, and all that is
amIutd in IOgnily woman. * *"
for O)rangeburg, ini this $tate, the
honme of his bir th and1( thle dwellinio
phace of his p~arenmts, wheire they wilI
rematin a few days. We join the many
friends ofMrs. P'ooser at this plactte iii
wvishing thait the Joutriiey of t his loving,
trust ing couple may be one long drteami
of love, haineiiss ut a l prosperity.
SEXNE RA A JcKSON'N WFI FE.
One Wife andi Three Mlarrlages-Hlis Devo
tion to Her Memaory.
[Frota the Denver Tribune.)
Jackson was a young itawyer'. He
was on his way froim Tentnessee to
some) town inl Kenitucky to aitteiid
court. lie was passing through what
is now either Warren or Barrent coun
ty in the Green River Coutry, which
was then b~ut thiiily set tied, and most
of it covered with forests. AI)pproach
Ih g a lonte cabin in the road, lie heard
the cries of a woman, which grew
mior'e anid miore distinct. the neiarer he
ap~proachledl the honse. Spurrn tg up tihe
ammattl he was r'iing, he soon r'eached
the cab~in, andl, al~ghtinmg firom his
htorse, enltered it to 11ind a shoemaker
beatinir his wit'e witht a great strap~ of
leathert. The' sounids that he had heard
p~roceededI ft'om her throat. Disre
gar'din1g the old admttoniishment never
to in terfero between husband and wife,
he caught the ttmn's arti and comupell
ed him11 to desist f'romi his diabolical
tastimhe. Theni half shoving him,
hlf t kickinmg hiin uto tile yartd, he toldi
the fellowv to clear out. "You coin
foundted sconndrel" h'le exclaimed'
"'leuave I le counitry imm~ledhiately, antd
never let me hear of your showing
your ugly face to this wonmn again.
hiyv natme is Andrew Jackson; I am a
lawyer. I am golig up here to court,
but I will return to this pla1ce every
daty or t wo until I amn sure that you
are so far away that y'ou canl caulse
the lady no0 mlore disturbance. If' she
has nlo one else to priotc~t her', I will
The p)ositive mannier of the young
advocate coniviniced the cowardly hus
band that his adlversar'y imeant what
he said. So lie took Jacksoni't ad
vlece anid cleared out.
Jackson visited tht6 woman, as he
had avowed lie would, and from be
coming interested in her case became
interested In huer and site in him. Inm
the course of a year lie procur'ed a
dlecr'ee of divorce for the wonmn from
her husbauid, and then muaried her.
The muarrhtge was a quiet onie, anid
occurred near Nashville. The name
of the wife's first husband was Riob
er'ts, and her own maiden namte was
Donaldson. llopkins says that she,
was ailliterath, woman, but had a
very kinid hear't; and was always a
good, true, and \voi'thy wife of Jack
Soon after the marriage, Jackson
detrineid to emigrate to w~hat wvas
then the Teritory of Mississippi.
H er'e t he rep~ort became current that
lie had niot beeni married to the wvoman
with whom lie was liviing. "I was
mnartried to her," lie said, "Iin Tennres
see, In the presenice of two witnesses,
but If it willibo any gratification to
any of these people here to have us
mnari'ed agaih, I am willing." "Anid,
sure enou1gh," said Mr. Hopkins, "oft'
hie goes and Is marrIed again."
Some time afterwvard Mir. Jackson
and is wife went to Kentucky. There
they found that Roberta, Mrs. Jacka
sonAr~ist husban~d, had boen circulate
ing the report that they never had
been nmarried. Beig willing that all
parties shog4Id .bo,4sine4on tih
I another licesse and( again was united
in mrriage with the womian he laud
rescued from the wrath of an irate
shoemaker. Thus, though he neverI
had but one wife General Jackson
was thlrice mrried.
The knot a> well tied never grew
slack. Jackson always loved his
wife. Mr. Hopkins tells an incident
illustrating his devotion to her.
lUopkins ihad remained over night at'
the General's house aiter the death of
his wife. - One moring hlie arose very i
early amd started to walk toward the
ol, 4auily cemetery. Ile approached
rather ciose to the grave of Mrs.
Jackson, awl was surprised to find
the General himself kneeling over it.
le retreated his .footsteps 118 Soon as
possible, bat. not too sooni for the
quick eye of the old soldier to see uhn.
Afterward he spoke to him %bout t ho
matter, and stid that the act in which
he, Hopkins, had blivld hin %vas no
uicommon ono. Every morning, lie
said, he went to the grave, for he
thought that the proper place for him
to conduct his religious devotion was
by the remains of ils wife, who had
been so(lear to hltii, titid who had so
great and so abiding a feith in the
graciousness of the Ruiler of the
-No one ever forged Horace Gree
-Kisses by telephone taste like a
boiled china egg on toast.
-Time is money we suppose, but it
never reduces the principal on a bad
-The only thing stiff about the col
lars our wiasherwuman serves up is
-A new brai d of eigars is called
"the lottery ticket," because only one
in a thousand draws.
-Keep your eye Oil Grant when he
Visits this citv. If he passes his plate
for i third piece of pie it maeans an emii
-Tlhe button on the baRk of a man's
shirt collar probably needs talking to
as much as any other inanimate thing
in this world.
-Everything has recently advanced
inl price, except libertv, which reialins
at eternal vigilance with liberal reduc
tion to the trade.
-When a man so far forgets him
self as to go a fishing on Sunday, we
lose all respect for him--uniss he
-Searco do we bid adieu to ills
That mark the reign o'suminer,
Thon premonitions bid us grievo
The stove man and the plumuber.
-If Kaiser 'William isn't careful, 1is
son, the Crown prince, will soon he as
old as lie is,tie boy having reached his
-At a "horticultural fancy ball" in
Fngland a gentlemni persoia(ed aii
Onion so naturally as to bring tears to
the eyes of thle company. -
--An association for the suppression
ofadulteration inl food, clothing, wall
papers, and other articles of daily use
has been formed in Chicago.
--"Where -is the West?" asks the
Presbyterian. Oh. it's in the clothes
closet. Now, will you tell us Where
are the trousers?-llwkeye.
-An Albany paper says that the
people0 who take moonlight strolls on
rm41I"le trsi~L .ehaniian't be offenide'd
ifthe coronerC doesn't reognize ulnm.
-A sailor being on trial for steal
ing a blue coat, his counisel argruedu
that it was ai lain case of hiallucinia
tion, as his client e-videintly supp~osed
himself to be "on tihe blue'seize."
-'Kind oyster, I've imp1ortanit in
formation, sing hey, the bully bivalve
that you are ; you now will make aL su~
enlenit collaution, sing hey, the merry
oyster and1( the R."
-Mb iinnie C. Itallard, ini a tendler lv
ric just p~ulished, inquires of whom'it
Would you love me as wel-l, true- heart,
Had I a face less fair ?
-A Mrs. Garrison says she wvonders
how any woman caii 'kiss a tobacco
chewer. While she is wondlering, the
other girls are going right on with the
kissing, and seem to like it, too.
-Th'Je Pittshurg D)/spa/ci says that
George Washiingt.on never~ sat- ini a
friend's office with his feet on thife win
dow-sill whi-tlingv "Grandfathaer's
Clock" against the edge of a card.
-Campaign Charley, of 01hio, will
never get (1011 being glad lhe was elect
ed, lie is still prancong aroundl( look
ing as proudl as a tin horse hitched to
a red expressB wagon.
-No matter howv indulgent a mani
be, no matter how sweet a disposition
he may have, he will feel considleraly
put out, if not totally wild when lhe dis~
covers that his wife has b~eenl driving
nails in the iyali with his razor-strop."
-An article is going the rounds
treating on the best miethiods of putting
away potatoes. A family ot about
eight, including three boys andI thiree
girls, cani put away Potatoes about as
suiccessfully as is necessar~y.
-A rather eccentrIc man always
says, when ho sees a farmer going to
town with a load of produce with a
womansitting on top of It: "That
load's got a mortgage on It." Mcaning
the woman will trade it out.
-We dislike to say unpleasant
things, Minnie, biut the chances arec
that we wouldn't. Plain words are
best, anad so sometimes are women, but
we 1repeat that the chances are that lie
'wouldn't unless in all probabilityyo
had a back house and $40,000.
-"I was at church to-day, and en
joyedI it greatly." "Ahi," sald his
p Ions landlady, "I am glad of that.
I didni' t see you though; on wvhichi side
did you sit.?" "Alhemf-Ves-ahem,"
stammred the disconcertedl Jones. "eI
Bat on the-outside."
-Scene a Swiss hotel parlor. Dia
matis personm-Enigli lady and her
daughter, the latter In mountain cos
tume. Americanm lady on the sofa.
English lady (Ioq)-"'Don't laugh so
loud, Mary; you 11 be taken for an
American." American lady (sotto
voic)-"Quito impossible. Look at
-A confectioner advertises "Filfteen
kisses for tenm cents." Too dear. In
those days of returning p~rosperity a
young man can got more than a hun
dred kisses by sImply carrying her a
pint of peanuts on Sunday evening,
'tie saId. That was te price of 'oni
befor-e the war, anyhowv.-rorris
-Ueer-was invented by Osiris twen
ty centuries befblre the CJhristian era,
and was the popular poverago of the
ancienit Egyptians. Bunt we do not
heoad that the ptian ooutld sit eight
hours a day; biig to t'ao handle of a
schooner, and telling stodosa that had
no 99 O~~fi nerg to (tM.i. 2m.
areotitrtcdl from Vnaohaein pre-dnet3t
coi'mrn in them' tho .Md:~txtrat.o .r .y
Apple, whion is recognihod by phiyzici Iins
M.. t Mibat,itus for calomi, Vot magtL
the vi'ntes of tmi.t nir.v!, without its
A4 AH NTI-ILl0S
they a-'e ianmpable. They _timulato
)~Ia1RVO IY'IT.-, ad give ton-o to
tkhoDIcOi11.MMV,OA Ci &Nb,c.tungper
Of food. '.Uhy as' cf a po.worhal kltu eo
on!-fvj, the X.1.NEY anl 1.14 .' -, 1 w0
thr'ouah the .ogrg.nij reo''cve tal imuri
t!a, tihus vitighi9 thO t.ysuOott body
ad o-auiit_ a henithy condition of thos
AS Al ANTI-LILARIAL
Thoy have noecivR-; :sarexultnot
anukoyer nit A 'un. Upon the healthy
action of 11i the Mop bd..:p.iw4 ialmiost
wholly,_tbe htal..th ;f .h immran ra(c
of the present generation. It i for the
bure of this diseasa and its atteudantes
have gained aue1h a wido sprep.d reputa
tion. Nfo toalyhus ey ns -
ored tha~t nts so spedily anid genly on
tho digosuve orrnxa oriviig them tons
e~nd virorto noisilntef'ood. '.Ihin boing
aovoacilehe.:i, or couri ?, the
NERVOUS SYSTEM IS BRACED,
THE BRAIM IS taU!e IED,
AND THE BODY ROBUSY.
.DeiPf, composed of the juIce of plar.t
extracted by po)wert'l chemlent as:;en
aro guaranteed free from
any thinm that can injure th morat del
Ic ato po sn
A noted che'mist who has annlyzud then, says
1 TIjERE IS IdOE VIRTUE IN ONE OF
TUTTS PILLD, THAN CAN BE FOUND
IN A PINT OF ANY OTHER."
Wo therefore say to the ailleted
Try this Remedy fairly, it will not
harm you, you havo nothing to
loso,but wi I ourely gan a Vigo
rous Bocly, Pure Blood, Strong
Norvos and a Chorful Mind.
Principml Oeflep, 35 Muarry St., N. Y.
PR ICE 20 CENTS.
S&hl by Dru rL taro;-hvnt the world.
V UT ' 8" 11 MR D Y E
(GalI.un ontWmcxrxs obanred to a Gr o'er
ft . t . t is r. l- i.W
m. rs ari' n - rg gE.i by UrggIet., or
Otmco 3 iluany at., Now York.
THE FRIEND OF ALL
"I had no appetie; Holloway's Pills
ye me a hearby ono."
"'Your Pills are marvelous."
"I sendl for another box, and keep themi
in the~ hnuso."
"Dr. Ifolloway has cured my headache
that was chrdnie.
"l gave one of y our Pills to my babe
for ciholera' morbuiiis. Tuo dear little
thing got well in a day."
"M nuea of a morning is now
''Your box of Holloway's Ointment
cured mue of noises in 'tho hsead. I
rubbed some of your O)iintment behind
tho ears an~d the~ noise has left."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a
"'I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
cen-ts, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills,"
''Let me have tharee boxes of your
Pills by return' mail, for ohills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
thesae, but want of ilae compsels me to
Fon CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
msent is mocst inivsaluable. It does not
hecal externally alone, but penetrates
wi'th the moiast scarebhing ef'ects to tho
very rcot of~ evil.
R11OLLO)WA Y'S OINTMENT.
Possessed of this remnedy', every main
may bae own doctor. It tuay b)0 rubbed
into the syst emi. so os to reach any in
ternal compllaint; by these mns, cures
sores or ulcers in thle throat stomach,
liver, spine or oilher parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, had breasts,
contracted or stiff joinsts, gout, rheuma
finim, and all skin riiseases.
IM'onITANT CAl'TToN.--None are genuine un
less the si aiture of J. l.Syi)oCx. as ageut, for
thea Unitel States suarrouands each box of P1lls
an ilitrmcnt. Boxes at, 2i cent.f, 82 cents, and
S* There Is considerablo saving by taking
the largo! sizes. IIOLLOWA Y & Co.,
feb 15-ly Newv York. .
31 IE undersigned would call espooial
.1attention to their newly-received
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
These goods have been seleted with
special reference to the wants of this
market, and will be sold at
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
r'ho stock consists of too many articles to
be enumerated in snadvertisemnent An
exzamination can alone satisfy purchasers.
A call from purchasers Is ressectfully
P. LiNDE ERI & BRO.,
3On ross street, one door south of Morris'
fotel, Winnusboro, 8. 0.
UPPLY of aboaitiful oroosin
t#RAKIJ DISPLAY OF NEW GOODS!
SECOND new arrival this season In Dry Goods, Notions, IDoots, Shoes,
Clothing, Crockery, Glassware, &c., &c., whilh I hevo bonght cheaper than
Dress Goods in all the new and'desirablo shades, Cashmeres, Cropo Cloths
and a big drive in Basket Press Goods at 124c.
A n elegant line of Cassineres Jeans, lted and White Flannels, Blankets,
-4 and 10-4 heetinlgs, and P. C. 0 'ton.
I am still selling the Peiduomn Factory Goods at the o14 price, notwith
standing the recent advance.
CALICOES! CALICOES II CALICOES !!! CALICOES II
Best brands in fimcies at 7c.
A very nico line of Cloaks, Shawls, Sacques, &a.
led ickings comnnoncing as low as 8c. up to A. C. A. at 20 to 25c.
NOTIONS! NOTIONS! I NOTIONS! 'I NOTIONS!!!!
An elegant line at prices beyond com petition.
My Shoo Department. Is complete, and purchased at rock bottom prices, and
will be sold very low for Cash.
8ommethinget very cheap ip Glassware and Lamps.
I respectfilly invite the ladies to inspect my stock before purchasing elso
where, an1d coipare. wices.
Sonethig new In Vases-a bie drive.
I invite an inspection of the alovo goods, which I will sell at live and'let
J. 1a. MVIM1NAUGH,
LEADER OF LOW PRIOE&
WE bavs now open, and will sell as low as any reliable house in town
our second supply of Fall and Winter 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 pier'es now style Prints..
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeres.
Blankets, white and colored, Flannels, Linsays, Ginghams,'Browu
Hiomespuns, Plaid Homespuns, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, Rick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Cornforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Boulevard Skirts.
A full supply of white and colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and
Drawers, Bleached, Brown and Colored Half Hose.
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats I Overcoats ! I Overcoats ! 1 1
For the ladies we have a nice stock of Undervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Rufiling, Collars and Cuffs, Edgings ank Insertions, Ribbons, &c.
The "Pinafore," "Juna," "Pride" and "Beatrice" (orsets.
White Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jaeonets, Cambrics and Lawns.
For houso-keepers, we have a full line of Table Damask, Doylies,
Towels. Bleached and Brown Shootings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' t.nd Boys' Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Satachels, and Urubrellas.
prices. our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at low
We cordially invite an inspeotion of our stook, feeling assured that we
an please. F. ELDER & CO.
E have just received a now 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 Misses' Hose.
All kinds of Ladies' and Misses' Merino and Woolen Vests
Boys' and Children's Morino Sktirts-something now.
Ladies' Scarfs, from the finest to some at five cents each.
25 picces Black and Brown Worsted at ten cents per yard,
10 dozen children's Gloves at five cents a pair.
Ladies Shoes&-.- great variety.
Ladies' Felt Hats-latest styles.
Blankets in great variety.
n ISUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
--WITH A FRESH STOCK OF-.
FALL AND WINTER 0ODS,
WINNSBORO RY.GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and the publlo generall
hat we are now opening the finest and most complete assortment of Fa
mnd Winter Goods, inelqding Fancy and Staple Dr Goods, all the latest
ityles of Millinery, Ladles'-Dress Goods, Fancy oods and Trimmings
IROCER COS, 0 FEOTIONERIES, SHOES ATS, OHIG
OROOCXER TIN.and WOODENWAM1E, JUMW# EId
rhibh will be ofer4 t-very low ries; as O
)r than theap tid cbrdali- A
I p1). le ~ b~f t the 0@'k~~~ tOSiri1, :
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