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'THE NEWS AND RERALD.
WINNmSOR, 8. 0.
TUSEDAY, January 6. : a 1880.
ft. MlANS) DA rza, HoiToa.
4J0. 8. RlfYNOLDS. AssolAT3 KmfuI0I.
EDISON COULD NOr find a platinum
Minle fl his electric lamp, so he takes
pasteboard and . earbontizes It and
makes a better light thani could be
obtained fVom any other substance.
The gas men are getting panicky
lisnor Gi HIAVEN, of the Northern
Methodist Church, is dead. He was a
great fanatic, and a st~upendous falsifier
whenever he came to speak of the
Sonth. Disgraciing his profession in
life we are charitable enough to hope
that the Lord will be merciful to him
Tru'iis 'rIMm IT is Alfiso of Spain
who his escaped the assassin's bullet.
A young man, Gonzales by name,
fired twice upon the King and his
youlg queen, with the usual luck, and
will be garroted for his trouble.
Until the International Society can
secure more accurate marksmen it had
butter shut up shop.
A SON OF Senator Morgan, of Ala
bama, trifled with a young girl's
nfrbctions a couple of years ago, and a
few days sliace she met him on a street
In Washington and put a bullet
through him. The wound was not
fatal, but the young Lotharlo has
learined a lesson that lie will not soon
THE GIFAT Iius agitator, Parnell,
Is now in New York. In response to
al address of natives of County Meath,
he said lie would revert for a moment
to more recent afthirs there. Though
the richest county in Ireland, her resi
dents have nevertheless been brought to
a Point ofgreat suffiering. In regard
to the land systems of Ireland and
America, he pointed out the fact that
the system here was entirely different
from that at home. In Ireland, mono
polists had adopted a system of rents,
while here railway corporation sys
tems of sales were in vogue, but he
would not undertake to point out the
expediency at present, or (lie right or
wrong of large grants being made to
railway- corporations. After dwelling
a little time In the consideration of the
sutfrilngs of the Irish people, Parnell
said he was proud to represent County
Meath, and would do all in his power
to retain the confidence of the people,
which lie flattered himself he now
possessed. Parnell is creating a great
deal of sympathy in New York for the
The Maine Embroglio.
The politicians of Maiue have ex
hauisted thleir sup~ply of brag and bius
-ter anid yet seemi indIsp)osed to come
to blows. Governor Glarcelon, yield
Inag to solieitat lonse,has prop~ounded a se
ries of questl oiis to the Supreme Court,
amid that body, being lepublicum in
politics, has promptly returned rep~lies
somewhat dlamaging to the Fuslonist
view of the situation. As the State
Constlitton gives no authority to the
Supreme Court, but merely authorizc s
It to advise the Governor wheni de
sired to do so, it romallis to be seeni
what effect its decree will have. Both
the questionis and the answers are
very voluminous, but we will give a
brief synopsis of the most important
p)oints covered. The Court holds1 that
no authority is given to the Governaor
and Council, when no return has been
made, to order a new election. Tis
rests with the muniicip~al authorities.
The Ihouse should, however, admit a
person who has been elected even If
no returmns have been mado. The
Council should allow a defective re
turn to be amended and co)rrected on
p~osltive proof. As to the number of
Selectmen required to sign the ret urn,
the Court holds that when three Select
men are chosen two imist sIgn. But
as regards aldermen thle case is differ
ont. A majoritty of the city council
is a quorum, anid a inajority of a
quorum is sufficlent to pass a mneas
ure. Thus of seven aldermen four
-constitute a quorum, and three can
act though the fourthl be op~posedl.
When three nlames appear on thie re
turn the law presumes that a quorum
was present. It is immaterial whieth
er the aldermen detailed the vote of
each sep~arate ward, or merely gave
* . the aggregated vote for each candi
date. The enumeration of' certain
votes nmder the head "scattering" is
immaterial, when a plurality blects,
and the total number of votes is un-.
important. Returns fromn towns are
invalid unless attested by the town
clerk. But a deputy clerk may be
-chosen in the absence of the regular
-clerk, and 1118 attestation is legal, and
of full effect. The Council must aet
upon the returns received by the
Secretary of State, and they have no
authority to go behind these returns.
An alien elected as fReleetman is aii
official do facto and his acts are valid
so fur as'the puhbile is concerned, and
his title cannot be questioned collater
ally. The question as to distinguish.
* inlg marks oti ballots. is one for the
town managers. Thme Couneil has
n othing to do with it as the law says
no vote must be rejected "atfter it is
/received In the ballot box." When
the return gives ina ftl the vote for the
* iust scanicldae, and contaius ditto
snarks for other canmdidates, showing
that each received, the same votes the
1 on'uuld be' counted for all. The
VSwde qn#tyt~ presume that signatures
'reeie unless, the contrary is
.~Ro'at Altt! hearing to: the
; e~.Lstly, when tWO returns
#e3rt~vd, the engt'fleet reaelm
it can be corrected only in accordance
with the provisions of the statute ro
lating thereto. This government rests
upon the great constitutional axiom
All powor Is inherent in the people.
To an outsider some of the polnis
inade by the Supreme Court appear
very sound, while others are far-fetch
ed. Several very violent presuimptions
a-e required. It would seem that -lic
Court desires the Council either to go
behind the returns or not., as would
be most favorable to the Republican
party. It. remains to be seen whether
Blaine will bully Garcelon out of his
position, and whether the Fusionists
counted in will stick. Two or three
have already refised to qualify. It is
not our fight, and we are propared to
sit with folded hands and see Blaine
trying to storm the Maine State house
a la hostile Sioux. If he' could get
I)ltgjged with a bullet and laid up for
repairs during the summer we would
think the Maine embroglio not to
have been productive of good results
TH E G.RANT BOOM.
An Old Union MaIn's Opinion of Grant and
the tho Southernrs who Support Him.
[Ex-Gov. Per ry in Greenvte Mollntatincer.1
It seems that we have indeed Callen
on evil times when Diame Itumor is
trumpeting it tbrioad uicontradicted
that Gen. Iat is finldilig favor with
the Southern Demoeracy for a third
term as President of (he American
RepIblic. That lie should be the
chosen favorite of Southern carpet
baggers and scalawags will not sur
pri any one. But that the Southern
men, professng to he Democrats,
should wish 1im success in 1880 is
ipcomprelensible. Have they forgot
telo the eight black- years that this
tyrant had his iron heel on the neck of
South Carolia? Do they remember
that President Grant withdrew his
army from the defence of the frontiers
of the United States and scattered it,
ill over the Southern States to sustain
the rogues and scoundrels whom he
had pIlaced in oflice to plunder and
rob an impoverished and sufferinr
)eople)? have they forgotten that he
filled our State louse with armed
soldiers anid fIxed bayonets to keep
out the legally elected representatives
of the State? Like Cromwell, he dis
persed the Legislature of Louisiana,
and drove them out of their hall at the
point of the bavonet. Hie sent his
muinions to Floi-ida, South Carolitt
and Louisiana to sustain the return
ing boards in falsifying their returns,
and giving the electoral vote of those
States to Hayes. Knowing that Til
den and Ilendrleks had been elected,
and might be so declared, Grait con
o-mitrated a large military force in
Washington to have llaves and Whicel
er inaugurated President and Vice
President. Whenl first elected Presi
ienit, Grant received gl1s of thirty and
fifty thousand dollars from wealthv
men in New York and other States,
mid appointed these non members of
his Cabinet. During the whole term
of his Presidency lie was surrounded
by such corrul)t scoundrels as Belknap.
Babcock, Shepherd and others, whoni
be protected in their rascality and who
are still his associates. It is a wvell
known fact that Graunt was convicted
by every member of Johnson's Cabi
not of p~al pable lyin~g and treachery.
Now, if these quasi D)emocrats arc
in favor of electing such a man as U.
S. Grant a third ime to the Presiden
tial chair, in violationu of the example
of Washington and all the 'other
American Presidents, ther are either
fools or knaves, or unplrin'cipled Swiss,
ready to fight under anly bainer that
will pay, and dlishioior their State.
* * * * * *
South Carolina is now once more
under sel f-governament, and so are all
the other Southern States; and God
forbid that Grant and his army atnd his
ofile thieves should ever again have
it in their power to disturb these
Demnocratic governmnents! It is all
nonsense to talk about dissolving old
p~arties and formitng new ones. Their
principles are Iiherent In our F1ederal
Union, and must alvars exist, no
matter by wvhat niame political parties
many be called. The Democrats are
for a strict conistructionu of the Federal
Constitution, and the Repiublicanus for
a latitudinarIan construction of that
great charter. The Demnocrats are In
faivor of States' rights, free trade and
no monopolies, self-governnmnt and
the equal protection of the people0, an
economi cal anid honest administration
of tihe Federal Governmenut. T1he Re
publbcan party, unmder the very name
they have assumed ad dlsgraced,
from that of Federalists to that of Re
publicans, have beena opplosed to the
rights of the States anti free trade.
Thiey have always favored monopolies
and legislated for the benefIt of
wvealthy capitalists. Th'iey have al
ways favored a p)rodigal ox pendi ture
of public money and high salaries. In
times past they have attemp~ted the
liberty of the press amid the n'eedom of
speech. They have set the military
over the eivil authorities of the coun
try and .disregarded personal rights
and p~ersonal liberty. All the acces
sions of territory to the republice have
been made by the Democratic party
and'bitterly opposed by the Riepubli
A hRMINIsCENCE OF IIOOKER.--How
It came about that 8 000 Confederate
soldiers cheered lustily for "Fighting~
JToe H-ooker" is explainued by the edi
tor of the Rural ,Sun (Nashville,
Tenin.,) who was a prisoner at Rock
[slanid, Ill., during th~e severe wvinter
of*186-64. The General visitedi the
mrlltary prison one (day, and~ all the
inates were drawna up in line for in
spection). Is keen eye seemed to
scan every man) from head to heel, as
lhe slowly passed before them, and at
the upper end of the ines the party
halte. TheGeneral, half-wheeling
his horse, liftod his plumed hat witi
as much knightly grace as if they had
all been courtiers, and a soft expres
sion passed over' his thee as he said,
"Young gentlemen, I am sorry, very
sorry for you, and hope soon our
differences will be settled, so thast you
oll can return safely home again."
Simple a. the expression was, it wvas
so different from those they had been
accustomed to )earing from th com
mander of the kison that it tottehed
the -hearts of the "ragged Rebs" like a
current of electricIty and instantly
8,000 throftts gave a lusty chest for
ARE You StOfk?.If so, go to yur
will cure you, : Ton n-nd them in
an stot. ?*r late by Dr. W. EC.
ON TH RELTwROPHOy.
Napoleon's Captivlty-Story of a Marine on
the Bellerophon-Demeanor of the Eui
peror on Shipboard.
lCorrespondence of The Detroit Fr e Press I
CONYits, Ga., Deceiber 29.-In
iulton county, Ga., there is now liv
ing an old man who enjoys the dis
tinction of having guarded the great
Napoleon during his short captivity
on tihe 1elleroplhon, prev5ious to his
departure for St. Helena. Mr. Gregg,
for that is the mm ime of the ol man,
is now 85 years of age, but he Is still
inl the enjoy ment of good helith, and
his memnory seems to be ilim)paired.
In the course of 1 conversation with
the veteran, sometime ago, a few facts
were elicited which will doibiloss be
of interest to the many admirers of the
A 11ITISl MARINE.
Gregg, alecordiig to his statement,
wats one of the British marines on the
Bellerophon. After the Emperor Na
poleon, or- Gen. Bonaparte, ats he was
studiously called by the oflicers of the
vessel, came oi board and surrendered
himself to Capt. Maitland, claiming
the hospitality of England, lie was
assigned a cabii and one of the ma
rines wias always on duty at tile door.
This post fell to Gregg's lot a number
oftimes, and lie soon beganl to feel a
tfrien(lly interest iu the illustrious
"IHow did Napoleon look and act?"
"Ile was the grandest looking man
I ever saw." replied Gregg. "le had
a splendid head, dark-brown hair and
a face like marble. His eves were a
light blue, arnd when in fligh spirits
his smile was the sweetest inagina
"Hie was cheerful at all times, was
"Oh, yes; sometimes lie would
speak to me aid to the common sailors
1ts pleasantly as you please. 11o would
utter a few wor*( s of English, and then
risk if what he said was correct, and
when we would point out his mistakes
iis well as we could, he would langh
like a boy ; and then lie would turn
tie tables by picking flaws in our
French. Oh, he was a rare one, sir!"
"Always in Food humor, then?"
"Wellno, sir. Sometimes lie was
very blue, and then again lie would
get imad, and, Lord, sirI how lie
would swear I"
"Swear I The great Napoleon
"Yes, sir; that he did i He would
swear by the hour at anybody or any
Lhing that ci 0 e his pat h1."
"iHow did he pass his time?" I
"le road some, and talked with the
Dillcers a good deal, and then he was
very fond of pacing the deck. Soine
,imes lie would shut himself up in his
Dabin all day, but generally lie was
walking about, noticing everything.
Nothing seened to escape hinm, al le
was in the main very willing to talk
to anybody that camie along. Some
times he was very unassuming, and
then again, consiocrin his position as
a prisoner, aud all thalt, it did look as
if lie was a little too haughtv."
"Did lie ever appear at all cowed?"
"Cowed I Not a bit of it!I Why,
sir, he walked the (leek as though he
owned the vessel and everybody oni it.
Hie would get blue and mad, as I said
before, but lie always carried him
self grandly, and every body, from the
captalin down, showed hin the great,
est possible respeoct. In fact, we all
took a liking to hinm, and that's the
truth about It."
"Whalut was Napoleon's hight, as
near as you could guess?"
"WoilI," replied old1 Gregg, medita
tively, "they tell me that he was a
little man, but I (lid not tlhink so when
I saw him. It was because I was a
raw youth, I supp)lose, and3 the sight of
the greatest mani In the world's history
dhazzlied me, Buit, then, his maner
wvas always so dignified and impres
sive that we never thought of his small
OPINIONS OF TiHE SEAMEN.
"What was the opinion of those on
the Bellerophon in reference to the
ni peror's future?"
"Why, sir, we all thought that lie
would be receivedl as Englnd's guest,
and by some priision in the tro-itv be
Rlhowved a pension, on condition of not
again taking up arms. We had no
idea of anything else, and, sir, our
men shed tears of humiliation when
they learned that Bonaparte was not
to be permit ted to land on English
soil-they did, sir, anid our officers,
too, were a L'ood deal ruffled-they
felt that the fritishi Government was
doinig something that was mean, petty
"And1 you think that your prisoner
was the greatest man in the world'#
"I do," said Gregg, positively. "I
have read and heard a gr'at deal about
thie main, and more than that I have
seen him-I knew him, and it wvas
imp~ossible to come in contact with
him without recognizin g his greatness
and his immeasureableo supeilority
over other men whom the world has
Tis ended the conversation, and It
seemed to your corresp~ondent that the
eight of tis old soldier, with his ani
mated description of old days, had the
ofihet of brintging the distant past
nearer and makIng it more tangible;
at least It made Bonaparte a ppear
more like a real hiumnai figure an4 less
like a mythological being.
WALLACE PUTNAM REED.
-A recipe to produce giddiness Is
kinidly furnished by .Nature. Stand in
the mniddle of a so ft field, and putting
both hands on the to p of an umbrella
cr walking stick, bend downu until
your forehead rests on the back of
your hands. Now move with a side
long gait three timies around the um
brellIa as tin axle. Finally raise your
head quickly and tryr to walk straight
lahead. What will occur Is a fMghitfhl
giddiess and sickness, a sense of the
ground rising up tumultuously on all
sides, a wild rush to save yourself and
a headlong tumble. Appreciative
spectators are requisite to the ontire
success of the experiment..
-Col. Williamson, a noted Texan
lawyer, stood up in church'and called
oni a young lady to come forward anid
marry him. $inee that event the Texas
chumreh has been so crowded with
marriageable females that-a man can't
get standing room inside unless he
makes sure of being on time by eatup
lng at the door over night.
We 'should nfot sufler f'omi a uh
when a few doses of A is O~jr
Pectoral will cure. -m mo
comf'ort. heath. till nau4. br t
NEW$ OF TH E DAY.
-The Repnblican National Commit
too has Issued the formal call for the
National Convention to be hold in Chi
ango on Juno 2, 1880.
--Ion. George S. Houston, United
States Senator fron Alabama, died at
hils home in Athons at 9 o'clock last
-A New York letter says: "It is
stated on oxcollent authority that
within a few days $3,50o lits beonl of
rercd for shares of tho Edison Electric
Light Company which originally sold
--Gonzales, the would-be assassin of
King Alfonso, who had been lying in
wait about the door of the royal pal
ie, fired f'om (ho corner of a sentrv
box. Gonzales did not make much re
Sistance on being arrested, amid the
ruard had to protect him from the vio
ence0e of tle croW(l.
-In a recent speech, Mr. Rathbone,
M. P. for Liverpool, ridiculed Lord
[Acaconsfield's hopeful views of a re
turn of prosperity, and said that his re
marks at the Lord Mavor's dinner dis
played an Ignorance of cornmerelal
Imatters of which a Liverpool office
boy would have been ashamed.
-The St. Petersburg Golos asserts
that the country between the Rivers
Volga and Don is famine striekon and
that many persons have already per
ished. 'Iie prefect of Isaritizin has ar
rived at the capital to urge contribu
tons for the relief of the people in
that place, where famine and typhus
rever have appeared.
- Queen Victoria has signified her
intention of erecting a memorial cross
to the memory of Prince Louis Napo
leon, on the spot where he was killed
by Zulu assegais. A statuary in Pie
termaritzburg, South Africa, will
piepare the stone, under the direction
af Lady Frere, wife of Sir Bartle
-Dan Rice has carried the ways of
the circus into his new business of
evangelism. He uses letter headins
Dn which a circus clown is gaudi7v
pictured on a skeleton horse, and in
red letters are these words: "Dan
Rice's Now Departure-A jump from
Lie Ring to the Rostrum." Brother
Moody says that Dan is not truly con
verted, but Dan insists that lie is.
-Hon. W. If. English, of Indian
ipolls, Indiana, one of the most promi
nent Democrats of that region, says
that the migration of freedien to In
Miana will help his party, as not enough
colored voters will -go there to have
their aggregate vote count much, and
tle movement has already excited the
lealousy of the poorer classes of white
laborers and will transfer mnany of
their votes to the Democrats.
-The fund raised by the Duchess of
Marlboro for the relief of the distress
in Ireland now amounts to ?8,300.
Dr. McEvilly, the coadjutator of the
x.chbishop of.Tuamu, in acknowledging
Ahe receipt of one thousand pounds
from the churches of Cardinal Man
liing's diocese in England, says that
tio amount of private charity can cope
With tite approachling falinte in Ireland,
Ind that a systen of remunerattive pub
ic works can alone be eilbetive.
-A terrible homi-ide and suicide
,ocurred at Lyons, N. Y., on Satur
Llrday. Miss Frances Hovey, a very
highly gespocted yountig lady of this
place, entered the store of her father,
a hat anid fur dealer, and in a fit ot'
mtpposedTInmsanijty shot him, the ball
penetrq~lng his left temple and pro
ducmtg instant death. Then reloading
the pistol, she wvent up stairs anid shot
herself in the samte place. Miss Ho
vey is slowly sinking, and there are nto
hopes of her recovery.
---A Nashville spl)al says that a hor
rible tragedy occutrred eight~ miles from
Nashville, on last Wed nesdlay night.
Richard Battle, colored, and liis wife
had separated. H~e had had not met
her since theoy lparted untIl 8, p. m. of
the (lay metioned, as. she was gobtig
to church with four negresses. He
commanded his wife peremptorily to
go with him, biut shte refused, and,
seIzing her roughly by the arm, lie
dlragged her a huundred yardls away
f'romn the crowd of women, Placed the
mutzzle of a double-barelled shot-gun
In her mouth and fired, blowing off heir
heoad from the mouth upward. Battle
--On Thursday afternoon, as John
HI. Morgan, a son of Senator Morgan,
of Alabama, was walking along U
street, Washington, with a friend,
Ithey were met by Lucy WV. R1. Hortotn
who sutddenly drew a revolver and
shot Morgan through the shoulder
Before she could fire a second time,
Morgan turned and seized (the weapont.
The wvound is not dangerous, although
hrbbyowes his escape tromn death
to issHoron's Inaccuracy of altn.
The shooting Is attriffuted on the part
of Morgan's friends to the insanilty of
his assailant. Miss Horton began suit
againist Morgan last July for breach
of promise of marriage. Since then
she has lost hei position in (lie treasu
ry department, and has beeni generally
unfortunate, and shte claims that she
has hbeen persecuted. Miss Horton
maitains that her assault on Morgan
was unipremeditated, and their tmeetintg
unexpiected, althoutgh she ox presses
tegret that she did not succeed In kill
-The Cincinnati Commercial says
that Judge Taft is the Grant candidate
for thte Ohio Senatorship.
-Exc-Mintister Washburne Is being
brought forward as a candidate for the
Repulican nomination for Governor
-Congressman Aiken, of South
Carolina, now wvrites thtat he believes
the Democrats can achieve success
with either ex-Governor Seytnour or
Senator David Davis as the presiden
--The Washington corresponident of
the Neiv Orleans Times hints very
strongly that ex-Sentator Barnum ill
reslin the chairmanship of the Demo
cratic national committee on account
of criticisms on htis course.
.-It Is said a movement has been or
ganized In Philadelphia to edeure the
Penylvaia delegation for Senator
Bayard at the Democratic national con
vention, andi that Speaker Randall
alone of all the Democrats of promi
nonce there is. &nltI.-ayard.
-Congressman Miles Ross, of New
Jersey, a member of' the Democratic
national committee :is qtioted as say
ing that, front information gathered
from far-and near, ho Is convinced that
none other than Mr. T.l len could or
wvould be ndminated for the presidohi
-A warm personal fhend of Sena
tor Edmunds nas receive a letter from
him in WhIek Ie s a that the puosure
agaim$t hie cOnteplated resln~in
In the contih 'y of ,Justleq fnut'
retiren 4s rat that hbehas con
th xpiratioh o his term fjI in 1881- i
IN 250TS. AND $1 BOTTLES.
It properties aro DomnuleentNutri.
tIo Bal~atuuNodthing and Healing.
(bist-iniKf l thesoquatlities, it is the
most efetivo LUNG BALSAM ever
offered to sufferers From "pidionar
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
of Now York, voluntarily indorses it. g
-READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Dr. TUTT i New Yotk, Kept., 19.1877.
Dear hir-puring this oar I vilted u no hundred
oases of ung d saens. n the lower w..rd.s of the
oily tilecoaesa ere of a very severe typo. It wag
torl anty Atteintion Was eallod toTutt's lxt octest
nd ny surrse at its wndod'ut power.
u tring a practice of twenty years, I have never
non a medicine to act as promptly aid with nteb
Flown a ofuts.I instantly subdued tMe most violept
S e e coug iand invariably cured the diselain
Sfew days. I ceerfally indorso it as the beat lung
tZoiedeo I ever usoed.
J. FRANOIS HAYWOOD, M. D.
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
DrTTaOffce onin9 News. August&, Ga.
D) TUTTi: Dear ia'Ian ite w i attacked
w~liptiounonla last inter icb left tin witha
violent cough that lasted tl .. thin a mouth ince,
01Po tue euro of which I an% Indebted toyour valuable
kipstorant. I had tried enet evoe thing recoan.
mended, but non. di aty ooc unti I us your E
peetorant, one bottle of 9,oh removed the cougA,
entirely. With many than aLours I L
Had torrible NIOHT SWEATS.
Sr Memphis, Feb., 11, 1871.
Dr. TUTT: Sir-I have been suffering for nearly two
ears w th a severs enuoi. When I commenced ta
kin, four Rpootorant I wa w reduced to one hundred
and teen ounds in weit I had tried almost
er Yth ,' a trIlaightSWeatS. I have tken
bail dlozenl bottles. The night sweats have lef 61,
the cough baa disappeared, and'I have gaied fteen%
pound. in Ieabl. I recommend itt all in frieds
Withgreat respect, OLIVEI i8.
Ieador, havo you caught a cold? Are you un
able to raise thie phlegm? Have you anirrita
ion in the throat? A sense of oppression on
the lungs, with shribreath? Bo you have a
At of coughing on lying down ? A sharp pain
now and then in the region of te heart, shoul
Jere and back? II so, our Advice Is take at
olce adoso ofTutt'sExpectornt; youwillsoon
ie able to raise the phlegm, In au hour repeat
the Expectorant, place a hot iron to the feettake
two of Tutt's Pills. You will soon fall into a
Jleasantsleep and wake up in the morning.
cough gone, lungs working freely; easy breath
ing and the bowel iovlug in a natural maner.
To prevent a return of thense symptomls use tho
ixpectorit several dhays.
Offloe, 85 Murray Street, N. V.
OU E T k"ROlPID LIVE1l.
OULtE DOKVSP -EPSIA.
OUtE FEVEIL AND. AGUE.
OUlIFE NIOK INEADAOIE.1
OUICE PILIOUL 0OLS
GP V V APPETITE.
PVltlFY TW111E DLOOD.
UPS -AR DYE,
RRA i a Yz atecad to a Gwsy
GA. K _b &10Ia application of thIsdDyx. It im.
parts a Natmral lor, acts Instantaneously, and is
as iarales anspring water. Sold by Drugginte, or
sent by express on receipt of $1.
Offioe, 35 Murray St., New York,
Pialls aii Orgals
DIREOT T1 O UR0HASER~S I
Every Man His Own Agent
LUDD)EN & BATES'
GRAND INTRODUCTION SALE.
FIve thousand euper 3 Instruments from ten
leading manufacturers to be placed in repre
senatiIve Southern homes at factory rates fol
introduction a nd advertisement. Sale inugu.
rated Nov. 1, 1878. and proving aluch an fm
moense success, will be continued untIl Nov. 1,
1880. The only sale of tho kind ever successfully
carried out it A merica. Don't miss this ChtanCe
to join a gigantic club of live thousand pur
chasers, each of whom secures an Instrument
at manufactua or's wholesale rates.
INFORMATION TO PURCHASERS,
Don't make the mistake of supposing us to be
merely "local agents, selling on commIssIon.'
Understand and don't forgot it, that EN of tht(
largest manufacturers in America Including
Chiehering & Sons. Mason & Hamlin.
lIallet & Davis. Guild & Church.
-Mathushok Piano Co. Peloubot & Pelton,
Southern Gem Co. ~Sterling Organ Co.
have appointed us their Southern Wholesalt
Agents and given uis excitusive control of theou
Instrulments for the Senthi. TJhese mianufactur
oe supply us5, unader special contract, with tho's.
ands of Instruments yearly at only, a small pet
cent, ever primse cost of enaantfacture. All advan.
tages gaIned by our direct connection witl
nmanufacturers and our Immense purchases w(
give directly to purchasers u~nder our
NEW PLAN OF SELLING.
No Agents I No Commissions!I Instrtuments
shipe from factory direct to purchasers, and
all middle mon's profits saved. Every man hit
own agent antd entit-led to agent's rates, Tht
olyiouse South salIng on this new plan,
Buigfrom uis is practically buying from the
manufaturers, and our prices are as low at
ma ufaoturors ever give. See those special
6125 7 Oct. Ilosewood 9 Steps. Handsome
Carved legs. Cata- Walnutcoase with~ Gold
loguc price, $525. ornamentation, 657.
6155 7X Oct. Rose. 1s Stops. Three seti
wood, large size. ('arv- of reedsg, large size, ox
Pint. Cat. r rle $000. of rices ign, 671.
6227 7% Oct. Square is Stops. Three set
Grand, extra I a r~ g e reeds, eunerb irror
size and magnhllecnt- T1op Frelich WVal'ut.
ly ornamented case. Ilurl inlaid and Gold
Oatalogtue price, $1000 Ornamented Case, 88,
All guaranteed Instruments from reliable
makers. Sold under sl.a ueara guarantee. Shipped
direct from factory. or from Savannah, if pro.
ferred. For ten dollars extra on a piano or [0ou1
dollars on an organ, we atsstumc freight t n
R. It. depot or sten er l'tnd'n Soutit. Seto on
15 days test trial, pyfreli t boihwasi
not satisfactory. Oruer and lest ini 3 our own
hloie. Severest tex9t8 of cornpctont musicians
invited, &'urohascrs choico from ten 1odn
matcers slnd two hundred different style, lpe.
| lal rates to Teachere, Schools, OlhurchesanPa
tore. Send for Introduction Sale Circular giving
full InformatIon. Address
Zaudden E Dates,
Wllolesale Piano and Organ Dealers,
A in~fnth guaranteed. *i9 a day ti
hon aeby the industrious
tal t irerd' we will start~ you. aio
work fo ji~ a at hing else. The worI
I*iTR pew n~ d suo e Apoo
aE see tor hemselvos. 0C1ot it 4 totwi
ow is tim9. Ths aIIod f ator
Sales greater thai ever, which shows th INTRINSIC VALUE and GREAT
CIIEAPNESS of our goods.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL,
If You Want to save money by buying yourgoods, come and see us before
AUGUSTA ST RE,
FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS!
f r WILL offer my entire stock at bottom prices, as you will see .by~my
price list This is a rare opportunity to parties in need of goods.
100 pieces Standard Prints @ 7 cents. All domestic goods at factory
prices. Dress Goods commencing at 8 to 10 conts. Something stylish @
12 cents. Crepe Cloths reduced to 20 cents. Black Cashmeros to Close
out at cost. Kentucky Jeans at 15, 20, 25, 30, and 83 cents. Something
extra in Canton Flannels at 12 cents. Look itt our $6 and $7 Blankets.
100 Boxes paper Collars at 2j cents. Notions in great Nariety.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Three Cases of Mens' Boots @ $2, $2.25 $2.40 ani $4. Something fine
in a Standard Screw Boot at $4.00 Ladies and Misses Shoes in great va
riety. Misses' Fine Shoes a specialty. An elegant line of Glass nnd
Crockeryware-A big drive.
dee 16 LE ADER OF LOW PRICES..
'WE havs 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.
pieres new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeres.
Blankets, - white and colored, Flannels, Linsays, Ginghams, Bron;G
Homespuns, Plaid Homospuns, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, Hick
ory. 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 I II
For the ladies we have a nice stock of Undervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ruffling, Collars and Cuffs, Edgings ank Insertions, Ribbons, &c.
The "Pinafore," "Juna," "Pride" and "Beatrice" Corsets.
White Goods, such its Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambrics and Lawns.
For house--keepers, we have a full line of Table Damask, Doylies,
Towels, Bleached and Brown Sheetings.
Notions iii great variety.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' tLnd 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 stoek, feeling assured that we
a n please. F. ELDER & CO.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
--WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINEfRY
We take pleasure in announeing to our friends and the pubie general
th'at we are now opening the finest and most complete assortment of Far,
and Winthr Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dr Goods, all the latest
styles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, Faney Goods and Trimmings
--DE ALERS IN-.
GROCERIES, CONFECTIO.NIMg S1O11S 1AT0, CLOTHXNG,
OROOKERY, TIN and WOODENWAE, UMBB, ETC.,
which will be offered at veik low ces; as -we are det~rnri ed to sel i
Or than the cheapek aldcr oolally invitA all- to 01i1A see for the s
I an aso agt *~ ieWI-n) ,DAVI 9E1. ,1d M ifl(d.
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