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THE NE AND HERAID.
WINNs3doIt. S. C.
1UEiSDAY, January 13. t 1890.
It. 1.1 .vs na rIs, uos.
v.. 8. Nk NOLLbX. Assose,JATi onITR.
(Ot'ERNt(on SIMP9ON tYS l E Doz:s
not ti:el authorized to call the Legisla
laiture together to consider Jhe supply
bil. In his opinian no such emorgen
Cy has arison as would justify a proela
lation. It is not for ilitm to interpret
the law. A nuinber of papers. hold.
that uhe Act is valid, and they say
there will be no trouble about collect.
ing the taxes. Others are by no means
so sanguine. People have have a natu
rul a'ersion to tax-paying, and it is
unsa'e to assume that. there will he
no evasions. It is to be hoped a case
will be made and decided at once. it'
not, the Governor might as well call
the Legislature together. A few days'
work will sutilce to pass a bill about
which there can be no doubt.
General Bratton for Comptroller-Gen
Col. Wm. Wallace, of Coluntbia, in
declining a nomination for the Comp
! ttroller-Oeneralship, very gracefully
nominates General Bratton, of this
county, for that responsible position.
Goneral Bratton has put forth every
etl'rt in the fight for redemption, and
no eflbrt whate% er in the strife for of
flce. It would be wise in the State to
secure the services of such a person.
Linked Sweetness long Drown Out.
The trial of the clergyman, Hayden,
for the nurder of the girl Mary Stan
uard, has been its progress for more
than fifty (lays, and has excited uni
versal interest. Experts were sent
to l;urope to study the subject of
arsenic po'soining, and at on1e tine
eflr'rts were made to bring into court
the head of the deceased girl which
htd been preserved in alcohol, to show
that her cheek bone had tie mark of
a boot heel corresponding in shape
and in the number of nails to that.
worn by Hayden on the (lay of the
mturder; but public opinion could not
stand that. It is charged that Ilayden
had been criminally intimate with the
girl. One of his strongest witnesses
is his wife, who swears to an alibi.
As to the trial an exchange says:
It Is now believed Ilit it will be imi
practicable to thitshi the evidence this
week. ''he (lefenice has (lone such
strong work in stir-rebuttal that the
State regards it ats necessary to meet
mte of the evidence whiclh has been
putt in by counter-evidenice which, it
is claimed, catn be resurrected from
those appatently inexhaustible umies
of itfot11natioi-Itocklan(d and South
1aldison. The people of the former
place have reapIed a harvest from this
trial, and for three months have aban
(loned the )rotits of chaurcoal burning
andl getting oust hoo0p p)oles for the
ettnolumeonts of the witness roomn, $2.70
per day tot travel aud attenidance.
At'ter ilnishisng thmeir testinmony for the
State; and beisn struck from thte
State switness roll, not a few sue
ceddits getting their natimes enttered
upon the rolls of the defencee, anid these
ii alternated between the two sides, on
lawyers say that the peole of Rock
ad htave dleveloped an ability in re
memberingthings which, to usea
mIld expressiont, is very retmarkable.
Nearl - two hundred witnesses have
testified durIng the thtree months of
thme trial. A careful rccotrd shows
that thte prosecution called or recalled
eighty-nlste persons anid thtat the die
tence followved witht forty-sevent. Tme
State put ont tbrtty-six onm rebuttal, and
up to thtis evetnitng on sut-tebuttal
thlr,ty-four have testi fled. The figures
Com.eecticut has had a nutmber of
suich long tials, atnd sevetal counties
have been neatly bankrupted by tlte
expenses, whicht have reached as high
as thirty thousand dollars. The
swearisngin thtis case has been so con
* ~ tradictory that about the best platn is
to close thte trial and1( toss up a petnny
for the verdict. Many Stanntard was
a servant girl of very little itntelli
gence, atnd Hayden's salary as minis
ter was two hundred dollars a year.
The parties intterested as prIncipals or
witntesses setm to be a hard sot gener
".4 AtThe Latest from Maine.
Atlast accounts,lolitics in Maine
were itn a worse muddle thtan ever,
- healtmost stirred with a spoon. The
LegIslature met on the 7th Instant.
Thse F~usionists had ant unquestioned
majority in the Senate amid that body
was organized without trouble. That
is to say, the Republicans originally
had a majority, but theo Council couint
ed In a fhsion majority, and as all
these mnembers so counted In appeared
and took the oath they easily con
r4 4 trolled it, and elected all their officers,
including the President of the Senate,
Lamusotr whto was to act as governior
pro femn. until the new governor be
elected. The House was the theatre
of conttest. Several Fusionmists who
hadl been couinted in~ declared a (de
termintion )tot to servo, anid thte Re
publicans i opeCd to capture that body.
At thte apipointed hour all the memn
bers, antd all thte contestanmts asnd mnany
outsiders, includinmg Republican and
Fusion leaders and the mob generally,
crowded in pntil even stantding room
was exhausted. -Ex-Con ressmnan
Hetlo, who wvas elected a ' embQr of
the Ifouse, managed the Reiublicani
C' ~ sIde. He protested against the calling
of the roil eas fraudulent, but the
aeci'etary.ref\tsed to hear 'thd point,
andi called k over. Then, amid hiss
ng~ and jecripg and cheers amnd the
utmost disor4er, Governor Garcelon
appeaNd and administered, the oath
ieon%t g et ~ 1dIat,~h
hogt titr wiIbeno egotnti,
~o iI~J4ta~s clij~~iodiscovored
seventy-six. This caused a great up
roar. Hole tried sone more illIibus
terinr, but in vain. lie demanded the
roll call to show that a quorum was
lacking, but be was unheeded, and the
ofticers were elected v1 et armis.
There was really no qu'run, bit the
Fusionists did not -hesitate at this.
The most disgraceful disorder pre
vailed all through this time till the
I louse adjourned. That uight Garce
Ion's term expired and Lamson be
comie governor Pro ler. Blaine was
ubiquitous and worked until be fell In
a fit anid was in the hanls of the doc
tors for flive hiaits. The Iepublicans
saw that they had failed the first day
and on the next they tried to have
their members qualified, hoping to
win the light by parliamentary tactics
in the House. But again they were
foiled. The terms of Garcelon anid
his Council had expired, and as the
law requires (ho governor to swear
in members in the presence of the
Council, Lamson held that lie had no
authority of himself to adllminister the
oath. 'TLhio Republicans bethought
them e& es of the Supreme Court, but
the ce,stitution provides that the gov
ernor sinall put the questions to the
Court. and sineo there is no governor,
the Court cannot supervene except in
the ordinary course of law by means
of quo warranto. Again, a new com
plivation arises ink this ease. The Su
premo Courts of Wi.consin and South
Carolina were called upon to say
which of two men Were elected. Eith
er one or the other was. But in
Maine if the Fusionists choose a gov
ernor, the Court nlay say he is not
governor, but they cannot say who is
governor, ihr no one else can claim
the ofllce'except by a vote of the Leg
islature. A dead lock has existed for
several days with 110 speedy chance of
a break. The monotony is varied by
the testimony of two Fusionist mem
bera that they suffered themselves ap
parently to bo'bribed by Republicans
not to participate In the proceedings.
One member held a roll of greenbacks
containing a thousand dollars, which
he alleged to be the identical , mom y
paid to him. Blaine vehemently - de
nies the bribery; but as it is no secret
that be bought thousadls of voters at
the election, his vehemence must be
taken with a grain of salt.
Two ficts are apparent. First, that
despite the blood and thunder talk of
the Rtadicnls, no blood has been spilt,
and secondly, that t.he Fusionists have
d1splayedl mtucht more backbone than
the Northern Democrats ever showed
before. Right or wrong, their pluck
must be admitted, and it is this,
doubtless, that made Blaine fall In his
1OR Co TOr,to,z GENERAL.
Colonel William Wallaco Declines to be a
Untiddate, and Nominates General John
Co1.IsmirA, January 10, 1880.
)sditor' R?egister: I see-by the CJam
(den Journat that d kind fAichd . f'omn
Faiuirfleid( hais 1nom11inatad mel for the
hiighl and1 resp)onalble oilice of Comnp
rioller General. But wi' lst I appre..
(efte thie compllienit, I milltt for' the
tfol lowing reasons, decline the nlomfina
I don't knlow wh y it Is. unls some$801 re
mote anceestor, of wihom I niever heard,
(for I can trace thle family genealog.y
no0 fui ther back than my grandthh
er, who was ani lio1test farmer of Kir
cudbrightshlro, Scotland,) miust have
eairned ani hones~t livinig for hhlnself
anid his b)lue(-eyed progeniy by dlepriv
inig the K(ing of 1118 revenue, 'after tile
mfamier of D)irk Hlalteraik, of happy
memory, for 1 never see a tax-gather
er or revenlue officer that Burns' 1po01n.
"The . dell came fladlin8 through the
And danced awa we the excisemnan,
(d0es not comec to lmy mluind ; and( my
experience of tax-gatherers since th'ie
wvar, though some)w hat mtodified by
D)emocratic rule, has tenlded1 rather to
inerease thlan dhninish this hereditary
in)stin1ct. I know, however, that these
offices are nlecessary, and should be
filled by ourP best men. I therefore
take the liberty of nioiniatling for tile
office of Comlptrollecr General a gentle
man who is well knowno throughout
the State-one wiho, by those qual1iflea
tions whlich will always conmmnd tile
resp)ect and admiration of mlankild
courage, fortitulde, devotion to princi
ple and exalted p)atriotismn-arose
from (lie ranks to the conmmanld of a
brigade in that army of p)atriots whose
caulse has not been lost unitil Grant
dons thle purp~le, and whose gfenial na1
tulre and kid ness of heart will always
place him where duty will permlit--on
thle ide of the imploverishled tax-pay.ers
--General Johni Bratton, of Fali~leld.
Another reason whiy I must decline
the nomniationl Is because I conlsenlted
last summlTer, at tile request of' frinds
in the ThIrd Congressional D)istrict, to
become a candidate for Congress at the
enisuinig election, anld have mnade some1
pr,ogress ill that direction.
I am satisfied with the Democratic
party, especIally tile rank and file, anid
cannot see the necessity, after the
victory at the polls in 1876, of forming
a new party. Nor ennl I seeO that the
party is to biam siefd~outhlern Congress
men who are ini a majority legislate
for the Northern Democracy whlo are
in the minority, it seems to me that
the faunit Is rather with the Conigress
men than with the party. But enough
for thle p resent. I will ive my views
more fully as occasion otliers.
OPENING Tflu CAMPAIGN.--The lRe
p~ublicanms are beginninlg to dot the
Southlwithl bloody shirt organs to
serve their pur'poses in the ensuing
genleral election. They have already
eRtablishled the Ledger' in New Orleans,
wlehi the t 'lograph announced a few
days ego had made its debut with a
liberal adveritising p)attonlago from
"Demnoerats"-save the mark I Last
night?s dispatches proclaim the advent
at itte ockofthe .Arkana Reopub
Jican, and It is rutuored thmat an organ
of the party is to.be established In Co
lumbia at ant early day. We trust If it
does the citizeins will fore it to .rely
enltirely on~ the conRtibutons of theO
party i6 meatnsto fQist upon us if' poe.
slble to our frtetrIevable ruin..-RegDs.
--An AthAtmta grl asked A young
mian how he lIked Shake.peare. l1e
~l,wthout a strQgle, 'tAs 'You
BOUTHI CAROLINA N.W& -
-Medh mn: Serious complaints have
been made about the contraband whi.
key wagons that are constantly run.
ning Into the eountrv noe Donalds.
vile and "dealing damnation round
-Mr. J. W. Norris' saw till was
burnt down qu Just Thursday night.
The fire was the work of an incendia.
ry, though no clue has yet been found
ats to the perpet.rator of the deced. Mr.
Norris' loss will amount to about five
hundred dollars with no insurance.
-The. farmes complain that the
lessianl fly is doing gueat damage to
the wheat crop, and in some sections
it. is said to be turning yellow and is
hopelessly injured. 'I here has been a
larger area plaited in wheat than last
year, and the crop with the exception
of "the fly" is doing wall. A good
stiff freeze and protracted cold weath
er will, perhaps, kill the insects and
prevent a failure of the crop. With
another harvesting season like that of
the must year the country will stand on
-Before the war consumption was
comparativelv unknown among the
colored population, but. of late years
there has boon a rapid and marked in
crease of pulmonary diseases among
these people. The Chiles family of
negroes, living near this place, has
during the last two years beoome al.
mest extinct from lung complaints.
-Chiles, and Allen and James died
the latter part of 1878; Fielding (lied
in the spring of 1879, and all of them
from pulmonary derangement. There
are other instances of similar fatality
among the negroes fronu the same
---State Bulletin, Januarv 6: Mr,
Jasper G. Sledge, who was recoently
injured at the railroad ferry, has sinc
died of his injuries.
-Dr. Wm. J. Ilicklin, a well-knowr
physician and a gtool citizen of thi
county, died suddenly of heart diseasf
last Thursday at Lancaster . depot,
whither he had gone that day to visil
his son, Mr. F. M. Ilicklin. Dr
Hicklin was one of the very best met
in the county. lie ranked high in hI
profession, and always sustained ar
unassuming, irreproachable Christiar
-Iepcrter, January 8: As an evi.
dence of the remarkable mildness o1
the present winter, a stalk of greeti
corn, about six inches in height, cai
be seen on the side of the pavelent in
front of the post office. It looks al.
most as fresh and vigorous as growing
corn usually does in May.
-Mr. J. H. Barnes killed, a few
days before Christmas, in Caldwell's
mill pond, a wild goose, some say s
swan, which measured seven feet anl
five inches between the wings, ai
live feet and two inches from the poini
of the beak to the end of the tail. Thil
is the biggest game yet brought dowr
by any of the hunters in these parts.
-Last Friday afternoon as the ulT
train on the Chester and Lenoir Rail.
road was bowling along at the rate o1
sixteen miles an hour, a short distance
above Yorkville, the pilot of the en
gine struck the head of a negro namei
Iairrison Blalock lying on the track
asleep from the stunor of intoxication
Stopping his tralin, Captain Marshal
walked back to where the negro wva
lying, and expected to find a ease o
smashed skull. Upon~ examination
howev'er, he found that skull sound
but the skini covering It was righ
smartly ripp)ed up. (Uaptai n Marshal
then suggested to the negro that il
wvouldl be proper for imu to emiigrat<
fromt that p)lace. The dlarkey at on)c4
roused up and struck out for home.
-Ledger, January 7: Eggs 122
cents. Biutter 15i.
-Mr. 8. B. Stewman sent us
white p)atridge last Saturday, which
he killed In the fIelds near hisa promis
es. It is certainly a curiosity, auc
might he classed as a monstrosity.
-A tenant house on thme farm o1
Mr. J. B. A dams, near Cra4gville
containing abont 6000) pounds of hay
1000 of fodder, 300 bushels of cottor
seedl, and some houisehold furniture
was destroyed by fire on Suna
nIght, 28th ultimo. It was the worF
of an incendliar~y, and on1e arrest wvau
made, but the evidence being insuffi
cient the party was discharged.
-On Friday night, 26th uIt., a difii
culty sprang up between a negro man.
Morris McPherson, anmd Mr. Minoa
Blackmon, which resulted in Mr. B.
getting a severe blow from a rocla
(supposed to have been throwsm by
Mcl herson) and McPherson a dan-.
gerous wound In the stomach from s
pistol shot. Mr. Blackmon was Im.
mediately arrested and placed in jail,
D)eputy Shierifr WV. C. Hunter in die.
charging his (duty received a severc
wound in the face from a rock throws
by some unknown person. At this
writ.ing McPherson is considered out
of danger and Mr. Bllackmoni has bees
released on bail.
-Sentinel, January 8: Tom Thur.
by, colored, was acidentally shot neat
this place by another colore'd boy dur
ing Christmas. Thme ball entere'd the
abdomen, but fortunately ranged sc
as not to entcr the intestines, antd lhC
is rapidly recovering.
--C.-B. Clardy, a middle-aged man,
who lives in the Lathem neighbor.
hood, in this.county, was found dead
during Christmas week. It Is sup-)
posed lie died from the eff'ects of hecari
disease sup)erinduced by drinking in
toxicating liquors. Coroner Parkinm
held an inquest, but we have not seemi
the verdict of the jury.
-Mr. Ewell Reeves, Jr., had a little
daughter burned to death on Saturday
last, it appears that the child was
left in charge of some smaller childreni
while the mother had gone to a branchi
to wash some 'clothing.. The child
gathered some fuel for the fire in hor
apron, which caught on fire in empty
Ing it.. Her cries attracted her moth.
er and others,.but before she could be
reached. she was so badly burned that
site lived only a few hours.
-We regret to learn that Mr. R. C,
Cook, who resided in the lower sec.
tion of this county, met with a fatal
accidenit at his mill en .the 23rd uit,
lie was on the race making suome.e
pairs, wvhen lisa footing gave way, pre.
cipitating him to the ground, some t6i1
feet, the backof his hecad strikitig ..s
rock, crushing his skull. . He lingered
unconscious until the morning of th'e
27th when he breathed his last. 'Mr.
Coo~ was an Englishman, and had
boon in this country. only a tfoW ypara
lie married.the dlAughter of Mr. L.G
Hamilton,'of this county, and. i
intelligence and .6og was:
acumulang ptroper '. - Bt i n
.friends., . .udsban
}-M N..ZWB OF TH E DAY.
-Miss Roxanna Brigham, a maiden
lady, of M^rlboro, Mass,, refus,d to eat
because she got it into her head that
eating was smftil, and so, after nine
days ofstarvation, died on 8aturday of
-The glycerine building of the
Latlin Rand Powder Company, at Oak
Ridge, New Jersey, was demlolished
by an explosion on Thursday. Two
men were blown through the roof
forty fet in the air, and are so seri
ously hurt that they will die.
-The Supreme Court of Virginia
has aflirmNI the jttdgment of the ltieh
nond Ilustin Court in the ease of
.Tno. E. Poindexter. eonvicted some
months since of kiiling Charles C.
Curtis on the 3rd of March last. 'oin
dexter was sentenced to the peniten.
tiatry for two years for vollntatry muan
-A Paris dispatch says the news of
Edison's discovery in electric lighting
has produced sometu sonsation there.
Count Du Moncel, who is recognized
there as the highest authority on elec
tric science, writes to the Temps sav
ing that the new lamp is not new and
warns the public against the pompous
announcement from the New World.
-Tihe Senate committee on the
Southern exodus organized for busi
ness on Saturday, and will begin tak
ing testimony this week, when wit
nesses will be sumnoned from Indi
ana and North Carolina, and later frol-n
other States. The comnittee do not
at present contemplate going out o'
Washington for the purpose of the int
- -'rhe Irish Tines states that tCh.
government Is- determined to use
?220,000 of the church surplus as a
fund to be lohnod lt an exceptionally
low rate of ilntorost to landlords and
local bodies for expenditures in the
Construction of permanent works in
order to provide labor for unskilled
workmen, the loan to be repaid in
-The National Greenback Labor
partv collference met at Washington
on 'lhursday with otle hundred ttnl
twenty-five delegates from twent '
eight States in attendance. lion. T.
11. Murch, Greenback Congressman
from Maine, was elected permlanent
chairman, and a committee was ap
pointed to report upon the time and
place for the National Convemtion to
nominate a candidate for President.
--A special frou Cambridge, Texas,
says that on Saturday M. A. Seay, who
was supposed to be Insane, went to tt.o
residence ofJ, N. Ladd, ten miles cast
of there, and shot him dead without
the least provocat ion. Thence le he ut
to Samuel Tubba' houso and shot him,
five times. Tubbs is not, expected to
live. Seay then went to Logan's farm,
informed Logan of what lie had done,
and before he could be prevented
p1lacedi a pistol to his Own head and
blew out his brains.
-J. 13. Mannex, assignee of Arch
bishop Purcell,-has filed in the Probate
Court a schedule of the real estate
whi h is claimed to be liable to sale
for the benefit of the creditors of the
Archbishop. The schedule covers all
the >roperty of the Catholic Church
in Cincinati-the Cathedral, churches,
parochial school buildings and lots.
le propertyis to:be ap.praised, but
is noiv estimtuted to be wvorth over a
million and a half of dollars. Tihe
attemplt to make tis p)ropertv assets
for the creditors illl be bitterfy' con..
-A Greenville, Miss., dispatch says
that last week;Gity Marshall McGuire,
of Lake Providence, wile attempting
to arrest a nliuber of fiatboatmien, wvas
shot and killed. Five men were atr
rested 01n susp1icion atnd p)laced uinder
guard. A number of McGunire's rela
ui Ves broke itto the room anld opened(
fire, mortally wounding two, and
crippling tile other three. The jury
of mnquest discovered that the man
who killed the marshal was JTanes
Brown, who escap)ed In a skiff, anld
the five men who were shot were in
--Frauds on the Newv York Produce
Exchange, said to amount to *31,000,
have been dlscov'ered. 'rho defauhter'
is Benjamin C. Bogert, whlo has betn
treasulrer of the exchange for mlanv
yeais, anid was a highly respe)ctel
merchant in whomi genleral coniden (ceI
was felt. Bogert did not app)ear at tile
Exchange or at Is office after the dis
covery was made, andc died suddenly
0on Thursday afternoon at tIhe house8 df
a friend, It Is thought that being tun
able to bear his disgrace, he may have
JAn1UARIY.--The name of this montht
Is taken firom the Latin ,Ja'nuarius. anid
consists of 31 days. It is said to have
beetn added withI February, by Numa,
to the Rtomlan year, wichd previously
had but ton mnonths.flR was named
from thle double-faced god, .Jannus to
whom Its first day, wvhich looks iack
upon) tile past year, and forwaajd uipon
thlat to come, was sacred. It htad origi..
nally but 29 (lays, but two additional
days wiere given to it by Julius Cmesar
when he reformed the calendar. It
wvas symbolized in Romoby a consul in
conIsular robes, because those magis
trates wer~e Installed Into office 01n its
first day. It corresponded in tihe Athle
tian calendar with, thle latter half of
Poseldeon anld the first half of Game
11011. Among the Scandinavians It
was called the month of Thor', anid
later, Ice mnonth. The French Revo
hltion)ary calendar merged it in parts
of Novose and Pluvoise. It was nlot
uniformly the beglining- of tile year
among Latin Christians until the 18th
--Eight dollars is a big price for a
poem in these times, but we paid it
cheerflily to Mr. Tennyson for tIle sub
joined effort, entitled "Rural Scenes:"
Gently the kine are lowing,
Soft waves tile golden grain,
(uickly a man is making
' racks for the comning traln.,
Silently fall the dow-drops
In the solemn evetntide;
Ready a girl is getting
To take a buggy ride.
Soon wUij the maiden's lover
Illis arm arounld her slide;
Wilie to his manly bosom
Her head will gently glide.
Sava ey bitos th'e mosqito,
.Merr ~bumbbes the beo;
. ut all that theiaiden sayeth
Is~-once In awhvbl.-sTo.he I"
AnnXYO 700K?--If so, go to your
nearest drhggit or store, and buy a
box of Dr.. (*der'sLiter Pills.. They
will cure you.- You can find' thern in
an~ store. For sale' byh,D)'y W.' E.
-Ohinese literatuare lqso 414 thqt the
IN 2 OTS. AND Si BOTTLES.
Its proportiea are Demuloent, Nutri
tivo Bialaanle,.oothing and oa nir.
Co~nibiiing all these uaitie9 it iithe
most effootivo LUNG BALSAM ever
ofored to auferora from pulmonary
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
of Now York, voluntarlly indoreos it. *
-READ WHAT HE SAYS:-'
Dr. TUT: Now Yo k, Sept.. 19, 187.
Dear 6r-,During this ar I v.aod ' no buntlred
01180s of l uing d seaees. in the 1"twor w.rds of the
cifty tho cessowore of a very severe t ye. It woo
tyrte my aatton.ton wa otllt'Tutt's octorant,
and I confess ay sur riso at its wonderful power.
D)uring a practice of twenty years. 1 have never
knowu a iediWine to act as prompm~tly and with anob
happWoets. It instantly subduud thbe most violen
Ateeof coughing amnd invariablyc red the: dleaas hn
a few days. 1 uhnerfulidurs 1tasth b lung
meioue I ever used.
J. NRANOIS H AYWOOD, IL A
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
(Jffice ':vonin News, Augusta, (Oa.
Dr TUTT: Dei -Ms little son w at ked
witb pneumonta laot wimu.'r vM oh loft him with a
voleut cough, that la t il thin a mouth sinoe,
for tae ouro of which laim Indebted toyour valuable
1fxpoorant. I had tried tnoot every thing reoin
tnonided, but nono did any good until l usod your its"
poct.'raut. one bottlo of whiok removed the cough
entirely. 'With uan.y thauka ouo t,ull .
Had torrible NIOHT SWEATS.
M.enmphis, Feb., ll. I82i.
Dr. TUTT: Sir--I have ben outring for nearly two
years with a severe cough. When I coimmencod tar
king your Enpectorant as redued to one hundred
and sixateen Ipouuds in weight. I had tried almost
everything- had terrible nthtaewoats.. havo taken
half dozen l ottles. Trho night sweats have loft tne,
the cough has disappeared. and 1 hvo gained fifteen
With great reespct OIVCR RIUInd.
Tteader, have you caught a cold? Ar6 you un
able to raise the phleg:a? Have you an irrita
on in the throat? A sense of oppressiou on
the lungs, with short breath? Do you have a
fit of coughing on lying down ? A sharp pain
iow and tiho In the region of he heart, shoul
dore and back? It so, our Advice In take at
once a dose o Tutt' Expuctorant; you will soon
be able to raise the phlegm. In an hour rpeat
the Expectorant, place a hot iron to the feet,take
two of Tutt'e Pille. You will soon fall into a
aoant sleep and wake up in the morning.
oough gone, lunga working frnely; easy breath
lig, and the bowels moving Iianaturaluanner.
To prevent a return of these symptome use the
Expectorant several days.
Offloe, 35Murray Street, N. Y.
CURE ToltltPID l SR.
APIAY l1AI1% on WHIBsae Changed to a OI.Oy
BLACK by a sing o application of this Dra. It im.
ports a Natural Uolor. acs Instantaneously, and is
as llarmloas as spring water. 8old by Druggiats, or
sent by express on receipt of 1.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
'D IRET TO PURCHASERS!
Every Man His Own Agent
LUDDIEN & BATES'
GRAND INTRODUCTION SALE.
Five thousuad super Instruments from teni
leading manufactur~ers to be placed in repre
aenta.I ye Southern homes at factory rates for
in trodlnetion and advertisement. Sale inaugu~i
rated Nov. 1, 1Si8. and proving suhl anf im
mense success, will beocontinued untIl Nov. 1,
1850. 'The only sale of t.he kind cver successfully
carriod out In America. Don't miss this chfane
to join a gigant,Ic club of live thousand pur
chasers, cach of whom secures an Instrument
at mlanufactu. or's wholesale rates.
INFORMATION TO PUJRCHIASERS.
Don't make the mistake of supposIng us to be
merely "local agents, selling on cormisslon."
Uniderstand and dona'ffor Get f that XN of the
largest, manufactutrers it America including
Chichmering & Sons. Mas~on & Hamlin.
ilalet & Davis. Guild & Church.
Mtathiushlek Piano Co. Peloubot & Pelton,
Southern Gem Co. Sterling Organ Co.
have appointed us theIr southern Wholesale
Agents and given us exclusive control of their
Instruments for fihe sout.h. These manufactur
ers supply us, uunder apeclal contfract, with thor's
ands oinstruments yearly at only a snall per
cenaf. over prime cosf of muaufacture. All advan
tages gamed by our direect Connection with
manu fit.urers andI our immense purchases we
give dliretly to puirehasers under our
NEW PLAN OF SELLING.
No Agents I No Commissions I Instruments
shipped from factoryv direct to purchasers, and
all middle men's profits aaved. Every man his
own agent and entitled to agent's rastes. The
ony house South sellIng on this new plan.
Buyig from us is practieally buying from the
manufacturers, and our prices are as low as
man ufaoturers over give. See these special
6125 7 Oct. Rlosewood 9 Stops. T andsomle
Carved legs. Cata- Walnut ease, wIimh Gold.
logup price, $525. ornamentatioa, 657.
.155 TX Oct. Rose- 1s Stos. 'Three sets
wood, large siz.e, Carv- of reeds large size, ex..
d Le80 ie teded top Etgere case
lint. t.p e$600 ofrich design, 671.
6227 TX Oct.'Square 15 8.tops. Three sets
Grand, oxtra I a r g e reeds, superb Mfirror
size and manilleent, To French Walviut
lornamente ease, Bur inlaid and Gold
Catalogue price, $1000 Ornamented Case, 880.
All guaranteed Instruments from reliable
makers. Sold uinder air yere meaantee. Shipped
diet .fro factory or fro Savannah,I o
dollars on an organ, we assume freit to any
Ri. IM. eotor steamer landtng Soth ienton
15 da tet trial, We DA tht both ways if
not stisfactory. Order and eat in your wn
home, Severest tests of c pent muii ans
invited, Purchasers choie romn ten lI
makers and two hundred different style. .fdi)
elal rate. to lleachere, Sehool,, Churches and44~
fore. BOnd for IntroductionSale Clreular glving
foil information. Address
ZLudden a Bates,
Whtoleale Piano and' Organ Dealers.
0G E . month guranted $9a data
~ hoe de e h indut,rious.
hoptaf0ttsiWed wll start yo.iten
womeh, y SM grls make moneyfse as
tht~fltie insnd usteradcifesses at 910
6iasee tor emselve. 001 ad1 em
,~1e~p la sua of money, Adae
JOHN L. MIMNAUGH'S.
O Make room for Spring Goods, I will offer my
entire stook of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS and CLOTHING, GLASS and
CROCKERY WARE at MATCI[LENS
PRICES. Parties in Need of the above goods
will do well to visit my store before purobasing
JOHN L. MIMNAUGH,
The Leader of LoW Prices.
Sales greater than ever, which shows the INTRINSIC VALUE and GREAT
CHEAPNESS of our goods.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL,
If you wn tosave money by buying yonr goods, come and see us beforo
W E bays 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.
pie"es new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeres.
Blankets, white and colored, Flannels, Linsays, Ginghams, Browi.
Homespuns, Plaid Homespuns, 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 ! ! Overcoats I I !
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 as Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambrics and Lawns.
For house-keepers, we have a full line of Table Damask, Doylies,
Towels, Bleached and Brown Sheetings.
Notions in great yariety.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' t.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 stock, 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 MILLIN! Y
We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and the public enerall
that we are now opening the finest and most com lete assortien of Fa
and Win~ter Goods, inoluding Fancy and Staple DrGosyl telts
styles of Millinery, Ladles' Dress Goods, Fancy (Lorod 'a> r1bni tes
OR IM OOONEIRIEg,. Oto 'mnA
OC RX,TrNUdWOOD.itNAmjj , fr fB ETC~,
wpc ilbopc v ry fo~los s we are dete2!nlh?.d tn sellhe .
rthan the ebeapest, and cordially nvite all to call and see tA ";'~s~
I atm also ent for the well-knwn nd , a?r selvd ? l
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