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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSBl30fR1, 3. C.
SATURDAY, December 20, : : i 1879,
11. M D...v nA VIS, EnTon.
SAYQ. S. J1J.XYOLP,. ASWo01AT EDITOR.
AVE Dn'T WHIan ally third party
sugar inl "our'n." We will -go the
Domnocratic straight every thio.
Tinl-. sevoteen State Sellatol's elect
ed I 1880 vill have ai vote in the
election of United States Senator in
1883, at which time Senator Butler's
TnaE hasNA'1 has already pasged the
C(Ohnnlbiat Canail bil). Senators GAarv
"md Vy lie and T'aft spoke for it oil
Wedinesniay, and Senators Cannonl and
Lipscomb against it.
Tuint Legislature is about to give
wooden legs to lahlned soldiers. This
Is a good idea if tle State can aflord it.
A ier the war legs were provided for
by the Legislature, ald some, if not
ill, soldiers received them.
Min. I.INIALL writes to the Augustta
(hroniele fromn Wasingtonl that
anotlhe Tilden boom is iinlllent ; but
other parties deolare that - Tainmany
hais efrectually scallied the old Ialii
of Gramercy Park, and that. the noimi
nee miust be a man acceptable to both
wings of' the Democrati party.
Tin Logislature is dispatching a
good deal of business, but it still has
a great deal on its hands. While we be
Hieve in short sessions, we do not wish
a short session merely for the sake
of a short. session. It is bad fhilh to
adjourn without transacting the neces
vat businiess. If the inemlibers can
Clear up t lie calendar before Christus
lel thema do it. If not, they had better
retuir n and tluish up e(li work proper
WE ARE muiich obliged to the NMeir
end Courier for its kinds words. At
the same time we must call attention lo
a typographical error it. imalde in copy
Ing our remarks in the Charleston
CelIection. We satid that Tun, Ni wis
AND 11U.A had on1triblted it
"iaitk." to tihe ciause, vilie tihe Ntews
mnd Couricr spelled it "'inight."-a
chlililag very <bmiiging to our miiodest.y,
to say thie leas.'t. As we predicted
propertIv ill Clet 11C.Ston has already
appreci ited four hinIdred thousand
dollars. lIt at week city stock has
gone ip IVomn filiy-six celnts to sixtv
Six cents. 01' Orver eighteeni per cent.
oil tle invest ment. We hope it will
be at iir before the expiration of
Mayor' CourtNenayii's term of office.
Coming Home to Roost.
Curses, Chickens anid retuiriling
boards are alike addicted to the habit
oft comning home to r'oost. They may
scratch and1( Cackle all day iln a neigh
boring barn yard, but eveninlg finds
*lhaan lini'.neia this nwas e'note ihn
paicture's of gulileless innIoceCe. Whoii
Blaine and his stalwart friends tuarned
loose a whole brood of returning
board roost ers uponI thle South two or
three years ago, It was amulsinig in the
extremne to witness the ravages of
these galIi naceous freebooters upon
Democratic harvest fields. But
Blaine's ownI fields are now infested
with the r'etuirning boar'd pest, lad he
wr'ings is hands and)1 utters piouis
ejaculatlions andl~ $inds the w hole
blood to the devil. It is a solemn
fact that the Republicans have been
counlted ouit ini Minii, anad uinder the
strlict foinIs of' Ilaw too, so that tihe
cour'ts cannot interlfere. Every one0
remember )01s lalst summnner's camnpaignt
ini Maine. Th'le Republicans, the
Greenbackers an~d the Demifocrats r'an
separate tickets. Blaine worked night
and dayv, and( bribed anid intimidated
andit cajoled voters In a tr'ily stalwar't
mianner'. The r'esult was that the Re
Wjubican candidate received a plurali
ty of twenity thlous~and votes, butt lack
ed sever'al hlundr'ed of having a ma
jority. Tils thraew the guiberniator'ial
election into the Legislatur'e. But the
Republicans claimed a majority in
boith houses, anid exulitantly boasted
of victory. At the time it was claim
ed that Repulblican success was dune
to fi'auds and irr'egulalrities, and the
returning board, compIIosed of the
Demlocr'atic and Greenback State ofi
elaIs elected last year, canvassed the
J'eturlns and threw out enlough i'eturans
for irregularities to seat a fusion ma
jority In both tile Senate and the
Hlouse. This insur'es the election of
Smith, Greenbacker', for governor,
and Alision State ofliceers. Tihe atal
wvarts are howling over this rascality,
as they choose to call It, but are pow
erless, as the IrregularitIes are fatal.
Eugene Hale, who was sat upon by
the Greenbacker', Mur'ch, in 1878, says
Snothing can be donie, but that "we'll
bury 'em in,1880." Ini the meaintimne
the Fusionists will contr-ol the flesh
pots of Egypt for another twelve
monthls, and hope not to be turned
out neoxt year'. 'We half suspect;
that the Fusionsists Lave been guilty
of some sharp trick, but it Is no funer
al of ours, an~d we wvishi the Northl
to exper'ice ho0w a good, healthy,
lvely r'eturn'iing board feols, just for
once.. 'Rlah for Manine i
FATAL Accior'.--We learn, just
beoegoig toprloss, that a'.i accident
occrre atthe Rairoad ferry on Mon
day ynight, by the breaking of one of
the windlDasses attached to the flat,
Whieh reosulc in the death of a young
.,v taiI In. thee ulilo of the iallroad by
'ten 0n of '~eg;. and that Poss
nthle hc dri'ver "f'om this
asalso soritgusly wounded. It
.4 tihal6 'Thompson's skull is
'-'U II~t% of the taaries Wore
~~ ~the river, but ve recs.
THu FiRST IRONCLAD.
Horoto Explolits of the Virginia in lnp.
ton Roads -Pitttig a Fleet to Flight.
(romn the Detroit Free Pres.1
During the early part of the war the
Confederates attempted to equip ves
sels of war to broak the blockade. One
of these vessels was the old Mer)-rimar,
ia wooden ship ot' ifty guns, abanlodn
ed byp the Federal forces. The Conl
federate government covered her with
iion plates, I'uriished her witl four
line-inch rifle guns, and pliced leI
undeCr ionulnander iBtuchoiian. 11er
availability wis i cas of discussion
and the newspapers had about. conclu
ded fhat Aie was t firaid. But Com
inodore lhtt1Ahann had fhitih in her, and
on the 8th of Mlarch, 1862, steamed
out in quest of fhe Federal Ilect. Like
some long warehouse adrift, with
blackened roof and stibmerged above
the caves, she sinoothly cleaves tle ruf
Iled waters of the Roadsk. 1er iilac'hine
ry is def.ctivc. This with her great
draight of water renders her progress
slow-especially so to tle thou
sands of spectttors who line the
shores 1111d wharves, follow in vessels
and crowd cvry housetop whichgives
ia view of th i e1 water. Above
this new enterprise iin 11110
film". waitrfaire flout thI e Confebd
erate ensign atid Admniral Franklin
lluchliaian 's pnnlant, the formier lift.
inld the later forward. She hals for
escort the armed st(am ftugs Beantt,
and Ialeighi, of' one guln each. Pa Ss
mug Crancey Island (le leviatian turnis
Into the south channel toward New
port News, vho ere across tile sinlit
WIte's ai'(3 seen the stiliic frigates
Coigress and CilillherlamiJ. unitit"
seai dt sky inl ia taifledI frieze of
spars andl, ropes. The Vrirginia gradut
ally approaches the fi-itpies, which inl
ittfer apathy of indolence or bravado
make n1o pre para ion for tle impend
ing fray. Tim clot'hini-r of the scamitenC
hangs in lie rigging, (he boats are. at
tihe hoois and thecusigns Ibld and
unfold themselves in listless timue to
the inolotonous splashing of the water
Wil ehitiig of' these navil siceds at
their anchor curbs. Thei'ro is, how
ever, conisiderable bustle discernalble
olf to the right, where the mierions of
Atonroe balt leient the horizoni, Crthi
eln traieworks for tic grii sillou
eites, which, open-moutlied, stare
acr'0ss the IIy at the nlaval fociein
getting ioineitarily further and
in ri her out of range. Under these
guns, ridiig in the roadstead, are,
among uitnerous smaller vessels, the
sailing iigate St. Lawrence, rated ('or
for fif.y, but. with not so mny s,
im ports, and ile steai frigates lo
anoke 1and Aliinesot a, of forty guins
each. The shafti ng 0of thle ioa'noke is
hijured, which renders tle aid of' tugs
necec(str to move her. Tu'1gs take
lher' and tile St. Lawrence in tow,
while the Miniesoti gets uip steamuit
and all move slowly up towards "'The
News'' to render their sister vessels
till the assistince in their power. The'
Miinnesota alone is considered a mat ch
for tile untried and long alticlflipated
'1iti1n,"i and arraln'tlgemtis have beeni
made for her to ''rat" the stygi'n
gert. Onward steamns the little
Confederate fleet for trial of battle
ithi the t 'ong'ress and Cumberland,
of' fity and twenty-four gtus respect
It' is now a little nfiLer 2 o'clock.
I&'cm 1''*.I Wool ,* jot of ilamen itn
smioky coil leaps over the wator'; an
elotngated shell hurtles thr'oughi space,
anid lungesC Iito the liquid dlepths.
The hotl approach makes no change
at "The News," tnor do a shot or two
fromi the Virginia's tug' escorts hasten
theln into actiyity.
THEt CU3umfLEJAND) ALL A.wtRECKC.
Nearer of thue two frigates is the
Congress, but the Virginia steams
dirctly f'or the Cumiberlanid, whose8
formiidable enemy. Passing the formt
cir vessel at. a disianice of' three huin
dredC~ yards the Virgin ia receives heri
shotted salute, the iron drift. falling
uponi thle arinor a little more heavily
than so many snowflakes, yet makiing
very little more inmpression. But it
diraws ia return'l br'oadside with dami
aging tresuilt, onto shot alone disaibling'
tall hut one nian at a gun. Slowly but
surely the Vir'ginia, unmioved by tihe
heavy fire fr'om the Congress ail the
shore batteries, alproachles the Cumn
ber'land, anid fauster and fater does
the Cumnberland shower her metallic
hail. Trhere is no0 gun in response
the utntriied bea31k is to be relIed up1oi1
for the br'eaking~ of the Jamnes Rbiver
blockade. Six biroadsides has the
Virginia shied in thte last fewv imments
-muomnits to the Advancing but
hours priobalbly to the Waiting crew
who priobab~ly observed that their
gunls maiy as well haye been firing
bl ank car'tridges as nine-inch shot
augainst flits mail-clad Nemesis, whose
metal roothng for a moment glows ini
the liery breath of their guns; then
there is a muilied shock wvhi ch thrwows
maniy of the contestants f'Iomn thecir
feet-the iron beak hats pierced the
oaken sides as if they wore some lath
and plastered wvall, 'and, wvithdrawn,
leavies a hole through which a man
might erawvl and into which the waters
of the James, ati irresistible torret,
pour11. it was ab~out 3 o'clock wvhen
thle Cumberland r'eeivedl her death
blowv. Mained by a crew. es brave
as ever' tuled sail or guntace~ gsp
ed, her' dying throes were the concen
tration of' valor1 and discipline which
flid few parsllels In the naval annahs
af the wvorld. While sonic devoted
thiemselves to working the pumlps, the
others kept up a sp~irited lIre up)on the
Virginia wvhilch, after the r'aming,
br'oke the silence of her uipper' arma-.
ment. The Teaser and Bleaufort have
taken p)oio upon01 the qjuatetr of the
Congress, and with precislin plant
their halls. The Coiigress returns the
fire, anid the shiore batteies ad~d to the
hideous dini in which all wvho tolin
leave humanity behiad. The Cunmler
lanid begins to settle forwvard, aiid in
less than threce-q uarter's of an hor'
after being struck the forward maga
zine is flooded, anfl the water ilses to
tihe ma'in1 hiatchway. Tihe firing Is cont
tlnued at each gun until the rising
water renders its ihrthmer use Impract I
cable. Fittul glimupses of all this do
the Confederates get as thie thick, sul
phurous wall is. riven asuuder by the
cannonf-Shock, and the Iron surge roells
heavily through. They see the Cum
berlaund gradually settlIng at the bows,
adreeling likq-adi'unken main, no0w
to port, then tosaeard' from the
decks, full of tile wvotadej and dead,
the aupers rai orisonthreads,
Whhlyatre and res uo~
bI'*e-as Nht of b
through the port which the recoil o
ithe gun has cleared, he is swept bael
by she h -:ushing tide and finds imine
dlaitO burlial With his si) in lifty-foLIl
feet of water, above whiob still tiuttoro
the unstruck peiiniit.
AND NOW FOR THE CONKRESs.
The fiery circle in which the Cum.
berlanil so so bravely met her faxte has
so corraled ill feeling and attention
that other aelors inl this naval drain
have beeii ahnost lost sight of and for.
got (el. The remiovanl of the Cunibe.
land fromi to scene iostored then
agaiin to (ute promlIIiinence. Tho Com.
illalderl of (lie Congress observing th
ext inction of his~ consort, and niaturalis
dislikingw at sillilar flte, hoists sail, anli(
with aid of' i hug, gets his vessel ashort
in vt(er not alliiltilg the approlac01 o
the 'Vrgitnia, which, however, takhig
position ast(erln, vithlin two hundred
vard.4, opelis with sh]ell. The Beau
'ort and IRualeigh retain their old posi.
tion, and their canliloncers do not al.
lowv their guui to grow cool. Tle war
siamiers 1larick 1lenry and James,
towi ln the (lie little guiboat Teascr,
Which had been up the Jaimes River
awaiting a chance to get down, now
rush in, adding the fIre of their few
but heavy rifled guins. The Minneso.
to, whiefh ran the gauntlet of the Se
well's Point batteries with the dainage
of a disablediiiast, got agroul(
withimi two niles of the battle ground
where she helpless lay, both gunnera
1d11(1 gulls idle spectatoroof the (ilstriuc
tion of their .rieiads. With the aid of
two tugs tle iloanoke comies withini
range, after once getting aground,
gives and receives a harmless broad
5ide, aind then wisely goes back to
Fortress Mon1ro0. Tihe Congress is
now i sore str'iits and tlie shore bat
teries aid hi i .ittle. The shell of (he
Virginia demolish guns and scatter
their crews i fragments about decks,
which anl cy witness stated was fiulrly
LrriiEl) wir DEAD MEN
atid licads and limnbz. Tle surgeon
said i Northern account, allor the first
fifteen minutes did not attempt to am
putato lillbs, ats the crippled bodies
callne dowt too fast for tiat service.
To apply tourniquets to Stop tie flow
of blood was all he could do, and tho
iost iisignifliant wound Ie dressed
wias that of a man with his hand shot
otf. One of~ the Virginia's shots killed
seventeen mncii, it is said, and among
thei tile tle Comunauder, Capt. Jo
.seph Suildb. Lieut. PrendergAst find
imig his crew being rapidly aurihter
o 1, iany of his guns distint nteR ai-d
those ill Condition not )ropery placed
for useftul service il the existiiIng state
of things, det ermined to surrender and
ran1i up (lie hitite flag. Captain Par
ker of he Beaufort, I'an alongside and
boardingw, hauled down her colors andi
replaced' themI with his owIn. Prcpar
attons were commenced for the care
an(1 reioval of the wouinded.
Throurh soi misapprethcnsion the
shore batteries openet with cannon
and muiskti-y, which struck down
ri.ei(nd aiul to inditlbrently. During
this period CapilinI Bucliaanan, who
had been raslyex oh)igI himself upon
the plait tori oftthe Virginia, was severe
ly w1ou ided in the leg by a musket ball.
The Virginia's crew, believing they
were fired upon by the Conmress, re
cotmiienced their shelling anti set her
on fire. This tiring of Federals and
Coi federates upon the Congress was
the subject of bitter verbal and episto
lary warthure from either party. It
seenms to hauve beeni a imisalgprechenision
upon01 the part of bo0th, having its or1
?uln in the hqt bloodi antd felverishi ex
citenment imcidenit to such encounters.
Somie (if then Fedoral shots from the
shore killed one und wvounded aniothier
Fedeoral seaman, wvho had surrendered
an-] gom aboard of the Beaufort as she
Jay alongside of the Conlgress,
HOSTILE ATTrENTIONS To THlE MINNESOTA.
Thell St. Lawrence has by this time
00ome withint cannon hall anid the Vi
ginia speauks to her with a r-ie bolt,
which tears through her bulwvarks, the
wardi-rooml and surgeon's room, de
miolisies bulkheads as if' they wvere of
p)aper, strikes an iron bolt and bounds
back into the ward-room. Her comn
mauider is satisfledl, and( follows the
Rioainoke, convlinced, ais lhe atterwards
explained, that all of his guns were
useless against the new foe, while one
of hers could destroy the frigate.
T1hie 'Virginia cn't ram ti batteries
on (lhe bluff'at Newp~ort News, so Capt..
Catesly Jones, whom Cap'ab i'Buchian
an has pliaced inu charge while lhe has
his wouind attended to, makes head
wvay for the Minnesota, still agroundo.
Heri commiandoer, Vani Brunt, who, a
few days before, wrote that "he was
tir-e.' of thec bugbear Merrinine and
wished she would come out," prepares
for a heavy defense. Shoal water
prievents the Virginia from forming a
close acqIuainitance with the Minnesota,
butt she gets up a game of long bowls,
wvthi, however' 'apt . Van Brunt say's
does him little damage, although ss
tainung considerable loss of life and in
Jury to thie vessel from Patrick Henry,
.Jamestowvn and the -little tugs. Uni
dher the roar of shot and she0l1 hIs fire
Is steady and eveing closes in 'with
out any perceptible slackening of his
powers of r-esistance.
As thle night clouds rode down upon
the waves and from their inniumerab~le
port-holes the starlight dainced over
the waters (lie Confederate fleet retir
ed fr-om (lie scene, and, aneborIg
oil'Sewell's Point, awaitedl the mor
row. Never before-to use the lan
guage of a Northern writer--had any
vessel accomlilshed as much as the
Virginia, wvhich in a brief Space had
sunkl one frigate, fired aniother, sunk a
tug and so Impressed the comnmandeirs
of two other frigates with her power
that the congratulated themselves uponi
the opportunity of gotting away.
With a loss on the whole fleet of a half
dozen killed and about ten wounded
she had liflicted a loss of over two
hiundired killed and drowned and mainy
wounded, a large proportIon mortally.
In addition to t his human loss was
(lie waste of ships and material, and
despite this destruction of life and
property there was the harassing fact
that a few hours' wvork would repalir
all damages .its forces had inifiieted
upon01 the Iron foe. Heri sniokestack
had been riddled, flagsti's and an
chors shiot away, herliow twisted and a
gun muzzle shortened, but those disa
bled her not at all and to-morrow
would fhud her as capable an agent of
destruction as on to-day.
While both parties rested, "the
weary to sleep and the wennded to
FIRE WAS FNISING WIIAT QANNON BE
The Congress, Ignited'b the Virgin
ia's shell, burned steadil and becanic
a fey . otttIne upon tbo .avas of
a~t &brillantpoture which contera
~lto a~iule o ionywl ft*nout.
r -magazine. About midnight there was
a brighter and exaIIig glare, i roar
and concussion li-e that of an
earthquake fin sudden throes of pain.
i -fire and magazine have met, and, on
motion of powder, the Congress ad
Journed from the waters of strife to ut
WEDNESDAY, December 17, 1879.
The following hills were read a third
time: To exteld the timte for the ie
demnptiol of forfelted laids; to prohib
it the running of freight traiins and to
regulate the imininl g of passolgrer and
mali trains on Sunday ; to require the
county treasurlers of the respective
countles within this State to attend at
certain places 'r the collection of
The following bills wore passed to t
third reading: Bill (House) to provide
for the establishment of two new
school distriets in the county of Fair
field and to authorize the levy and col
lectio of a ipecial sclool tax therein -
bill to requh-e railroads to furnish con
signees an itemized statenle.it of
the freight charges and requiritig them
to settle according to the bill of lading;
and several bills of private or local mt
The Columbia Canal bill came up on
its second reading, and wa8 discussed
up to the hour of adjournmient.
The Speaker of the House attedded
in the Senate, anc a number of Acts
were duly ratitled-anong thenI the
following:..:A ict lo alter and amend
Section 149, 6f Chapter CXXII., Title
V, Part III., of the general statutes of
the State of South Carolina, relative to
the place -of trial of civil actions., All
Act to auend Section 1. Chapter CXVI.,
Title IlM., Part IL., of the general sta-'
utes, entitled "Of the forecloscure and
redemption. of mortgages." All Act
to regulate the recording of deeds and,
other iistuments in writing executed
without the limits of this State. An
Act to repeal Section 4, Chapter CXX.,
of the general statutes, relating to
chattel mortgages and liens.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVEs.
The bill to provide for funding bills
of the Banli of the State was read a
A bill to regulate agencies of the in
surance compaules or a-s )ciations not
incorporated in the State and to better
protect the holders of policies, was in
The bill to provide for the invest
ment and use of the Agricultural Col
lege fund was taken up for a second
reading, and after sone debate passed
to a third reading..
]ill to provide artificial legs for Con
federate soldiers and bill to make ap
prlopriation for pe)r diaem of members,
etc., were read a third time.
A bill to amend an Act to accelerate
proceedings for the partition of real
estate was passed to a third reading.
Several bills, of local or limited in
terest, were passed to a third reading.
TnuRsDAY, December 11, 1879.
The debate on the Columbia Canal
bill was resumed, and the bill, with
sundry amendments, was passed to a
- A large number of bills were read
a third time-among~ them the follow
ing:. A bill to require railroads to
furnish coniMgnees an Itemized state
ment of thb freiglit charges, and re
q~uirng the~n to settle according to the
bill of ladipig; a bill to p~rovlde for the
establishment of two new school dis
triets in the county of' Fairfield and to
authorize the levy and collection of a
special school tax therein.
The. approprIation bill was taken up,
and discussetd withiout finial action.
HOUSE OF RIEPRIESEETATIVE8.
The consideration of the Agricul tur
al College bill was resunmed, the pond
ing question being on the motion to
strike out the enacting clause. The
motion was lost by a vote of 55 nays
to 64 yeas. The illi was then p~assed
to a th ird reading by a vote of 62 yeas
to 54 nays.
.A ntumbeor of bills were read a third
time-among them the followving: A
bill to repeal an Act to aimnd the law
concerning elections; a bill to incor
p Orate the town of Blythewood ini
I airfi eld county.
A bill to redfstrict thbe State was In
definitely postpoi~ed by a vote of 66
The Senjate attended in the Houe
and the Joint assembly was called to
order by Vice-President Jeter. Gov.
W. D. Simipson was nominated for the
office of Chief Justice, and, receiving
thle entire vote cast, was declai-ed duly
After the consideration of business
of no general interest, the House ad
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there .ny .U.130re onwas called oT6u'tt-aYApqeto, ut,
and Iconfees nay surparise at, its WeOrU4 power.
ulrini; a practice 9( twenty years,.i U 11 have ne r
nown a medicine to et as pmeatl, and with Suh
azduedci tbnot iolent
Is cusindviiy eared tMe disease I
e dtew eas a iertully indorse it a the beet lung
J. FiANoI8 HAYWOOD, 3L D.
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
O loUT: ni News, Augusta, Os.
Dr. TUTT: Desir r-My Ittej^1ked
with pneunmona whiter ' l 'M with a
1iolent 9oug thatasel thin a month
MO tao cure ot which I am Indebted toyour vauasbie
pect norat I e o
Inaari h i n r u o~t
ut bto o:aa ffod reanov dT~0ao
Had terrible NIOT swEATS.
Mdemphis, Feb., It. 1$71.
ST Sir-I bae been suffering or n j tany two
yeare with a severaecough. When I commuer od ta.
Jayt your Expeaatorlnt I was red cad to oiahulidred
an atoon ounds in ht. I lid ned alr ot
erything' h)ad terribl on ghta wenls. hsve taken
haltdozen ttles. The n wets have left me,
tecug ha dia p rodale have te
bdls rd sueI hav gained Sitcoo
yafifah recoanmena Ittoall nm rin
i great respect. OLIVER unoM.
Rteader, have you caught a cold? Are you no.
able to raise the phlegn? Have you an Irrita
tion In the throat? A sense of olpression oa
Iholunge, with short breath? 'Do you have a
et of coughing on lying down? A sharp ~ai
now and then in the_ region of the heiia, shonl
ders and back? If sot our Advice ,e take at
once a dose of Tutt's Expectorant; you will soon
be able to raise the phlegm. In an hour repeat
I.:' Expectoraut, placa ahot iron to the feettako
two of Ttt'e Pille. You will soon fall into a
pleasant sleep and wake up in tho r.ornlug,
cough gone, lunge working freely; easy breath
inigand tho bowels moving in a natural mannor.
'o prevent a return of those symptome ne the
Expectorant several days.
Offime, 35 Murray Street, _N.Y
ClaE. co EIVENEIA*
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CUsaE Tra EE1 aINAE.
P0111tEFY TEEE BLOOD.
PUA.T ILam onkWatmmxgmma caged toe& GL0ssZ
LAO a no application of lhwDi'. It w
parts a aturals ar, acts rdeous Is
, "Iarnlesa as spring water bo, ankph
sent. by express on receipt o m y ha
Office, 35 Murray St., Now York.
THE FUIE ND1 OF AlLL?
T"hat wa n Apei e olwy T illa
"Y aeon fyour Pills artareo." ab
for cholera mtorbus. The dear little
thing got well in a day."
".\1 nausea of a morning Is nOW
"Your box of flolloway's Ointment
cured 11he of noises in the head. I
rubbed some of your Ointment behind
the ears and the noise has left."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price Is 26
cents, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send mc flye boxes of your Pills,"
"Let me have three boxes of your
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
these, but want of spaco0 oompels me8 to
.FOn CUTANEOUS DIsORDERs,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint-.
ment is most invaluable. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates
wish the most seapehing effects to the
very rcot of evil.
.HOLLO WA Y'S OINTMENT.
Possessed of this remedy, every man
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
Into the systemn, so as to reach any In
ternal complaint; by these means, cures
sores or ulcers in the threat stomach,
liver, spine or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff joints, gout, rheuma
tism, and all skin diseases.
IxrloRTANT CAUTION.-None are genuine un
less the signature of J. IIAYDoCK, as agent for
the United states Surrounds each box of Pills
andaOintment. Boxes at Ss centf, 81 cents, and
WTh re is considerabl sin by Y taking
feb 15-1y New York.
Now Goods of all kind contliuly
arriving at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s, on
Buy Notions, White Goods, Hosier
and Calicoes at the corner store of J.
M. Beaty & Co.
J. M. Beaty & Co. are selling Cloth
ing, Hjats, Rubber Suits and Shpes at
lowest cash prices.
Remember J. M. Beaty & Co. make
a specialty of the Bay State Standard
Bcrew Shoes, at the store on the corner,
A nice stock of good Laundried and
Unlaundried Shirte,-Collars, Neck wear
&c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s corner
Elegant Cashmeres, Momie Cloths,
Worsted, ,Alpacas, Dress Linings,
Crinoline, &o., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s
Youi will find Bleached -Goods, Sea
Island Goods, Domestics, Ticklniga,
Kerseys and Jeans at the corner store
of J.M. Beaty & Co.
Groceries oftall kinds, Candy, Crack
era, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenware,
Plows, -Cutlerys Shot, Powder, etc..
always in'stock at the eoriter store of
J. M.IBeaty & C.
rp !! uddeiwiguedhry gv notiee
. th hob ha a6o2 4~idence 1
to $Well edbgi w o
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Sales greater than over, which shows the INTRINSIC VALUE and GREAT
CHEAPNESS of our goods.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCH EL,
Ifyou want to save money by buying your goods, come and see us before
FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS!
[WILL offer my entire stock at bottom prices, as you will see by''my
L price list. This Is a rare opportunity to parties in need of good4
100 pieces Standard Prints @ 7 cents. All domestic goods at fictory
)rices. Dress Goods commencing at 8 to 10 cents. Something stylish Q
12 eents. Crepe Cloths reduced to 20 cents. Black Cashmeres to Close
)ut at cost. Kentucky Jeans at 15, 20, 25, 80, and 831 cents. Something
).tra in Canton Flannels at 12 cents. Look at our $6 and $7 Blankets.
100 Boxes paper Collars at 2j cents. Notions in great variety.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES !
Three Cases of Mens' Boots @ $2, $2.25 $2.40 and $4. Something fin
n a Standard Screw Boot at $4.00 Ladies and Misses Shoes in great va
rety. Misses'bFie Shoes a specialty. An elegant line of Glass nnd
J. L. MWIMNAUGH,
dec 16 LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
E have 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.'
pieces assorted Jeans and Cassimeres.
pieces new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeres.
Blankets, white and colored, Flannels, Linsays, Ginghams, Bronu
[lomespuns, Plaid Homespins, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, Hick
>ry Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, 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 II I
For the ladies we have a nice stock of Undeivests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ruffling, Collars and Cuffs, Edginga apk Insertions, Ribbons, &c.
The "Pinafore," "Juna," "Pride" and "Beatrice" Corsets.
White Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambrics and Lawns.
For house--keepers, we have a full line of Table Damask, Doylies,
rowels, Bleached and Brown Shetings
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Misises' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' .nd Boys' Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Satachels, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at low
We cordially invite an inspection of our stook, feeling assured that wa
an please. F. ELDER & CO.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
--WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
WINNSBOBO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MELWIExg
We take pleasure In announcing to our friends and~the pubil enerall
hat we are now opening the finest and most cosa ete assortment of Fal
ad Winter Goods,-indluding Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all the latest
tyles of Milinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, 'Fany Goods and Trimthuings
3B00ERIES, OONFEOTIONIEuis, SHOES, fATS, OXOtING,
OROOKERY, TIN and WOODENWABE, LUMB)EBIE0,