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"IM NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNIMA0'to, 8. C.
SATURDAY, February 14, a a 1880.
It. NKANS 1A178, RTox.
JNU. S. IC2FNOLDS. AsOCIAT EITOM.
Jl)(.E MA'CKEY SAYS THAT Ti.
dliillien ity with everv Soitlihern lifei
In U n1co coipany has beein that all
tihe poney holders survived the coim
IT Is A MATTER oF PROFOUND conl
grathilatioi that (le Uniled States Senl
late Comnaait (te is reporting adversely
on a nuittmiber of layes' wonld-be
census supervisors. As the lappor
tioattnieit of Congress will depend on
the popu latioll Its given inl tihe niext,
eensus, it canl readily be seen that
)hidical supilerVisor's can exert, great
bpoler by ftilsiyiva returns1.11 aind giving
Democratie .'t tes smalb r Iand Re
publdican t '11i I r-gerl pophllationls.
The Census bill cioked considerable
discussion fromn (his very conisidera-:
tion, Ia d the plresnt law, giving t(he
President the power to noaam iaaate and
the Senate to coufirm, was devised to
prevent partisanship. This heing the
case, Mlayes should abp)juoinat at. lea-t
onae hal1 emurats. If he does not
the Senate shonld refuse flatly to col
firmia his ntom i inat ioias. Democrats itI
Congress ofteni clicede the iindoulbted
rights of the party for the sake of so
ealled harimloiv. ]liut if tle Radical
have ever donle this the inu.aatnce is not
re. r led inl (te b oks. 'Tlh Senafe
nnst atke Tlays toe the ark
mtuarel y. No (ldotlgingq in atn import
1ait. leasuire of, I hi kiid.
A Bonanza KCing,'s Benieflomnce.
Johnl W. Attekev, file yplanwz Kinr
of Nevada, Is seit a c' eek (f ten
thonsanid dollais for the Iri. I lielief
Finad. M-lekaiy is woritl twenty or
thirty millions of dollars. A i ex
clarg says of hii:
It is no new thinag for Mr. Mackay
to be generous. A Few yearsiago,
Whena traveliag in Italy wilt Mr. I
Florenice. Oh. actor. it por. wemily
tiaker, wheeling a barrow, caie along
to the launmiuue um11 where thev were
Stopping. Mr. Mackay gave lim the
first heart y (hdinner the poor wavfiarer
haId had il a lolg tiue, land wh'len he
catne to exprs(8 his gratitude Mr.
31aetav slipped several gold pieces
iito his hand-more moiey Ihan ihe'
nieedv felow had ever pos ssed inl his
lite. A wAvl kliowni Amiierican im
l)rC'erio visited lEl'Aroli3 Witth a hald
of silngers, a1l whent his advenittire
failed taid le iAuaaui himself in debt
ant(d distress Mir. Mlackav iseertai tied
thie alionniii of his losses 'and gave i
a haeck fhr lift een thousiaid dollars.
.Another of the frequent instances or'
AIr. lacekavs gelerosity whieli have'
come to onr' kiiowledge arose Oil board
til Eur1,peaIu suatiiNmer. Ile took an
in terest lit the physiciana , and, learnin I
that he did not, like his mode of life oil
ai steaniship , Mr. Mackay, alter land
mng, sent his fellow voyager a baik
book, with a credit, for 'ive thouisand
dlollars, and thus enabled him haim to
establish a p~ractico maore to lisa liking.
Mr. Mackar, who is of I risha birth,
wenlt to Calitfornaia on one of the earli..
est wave~s of thle goldl excitemnent, anid
for a long peiodau was ntt prosperous,
lIn those days Ihe was frequenitly hecard
to ex press tihe wish that heo could get
togetheir Lwenity-five thousand dlollars
to miake the decliinig years of his
dlear 1 rish mot her coantfort able. The
inamense wealth lie lasa siince aicqutiredl
couldl not have fellent iinto nmore de(
serving( hands. Mr. Mlackav is only
fry-ve years of age, anad there will
be inaany prayers thlat his life. ay
long e spaed fr dleeds of' kindnes's
anf erv llenders will p~erhiaps
recolleet tant Mlrs. Mackay, who re
sides ini Paris to educiateo h'er chihirenm,
gave to the ex-Presidlent thie most
elegant and brillinant private enter
tatinmenit lhe received In that capital.
Flood and Mackay aro genierally
accditcd wiithi mnipulating the
stock market so as to r'uina the p)oor
fools who diibble in ining shares, It
is well to ha'ar of somae kind acts.
South Carolina Factories,
The News anid C7ourier, ith thec
eniterp~rise that has ever chairacter'ized
it, hans, through its most capmable and1(
trustwvorthy represenative, M1r. J1. K.
Bllackmain, caillated alt the facts beair
lng uaponi the cottona manuufatur'ing
mtterests of the State. Thelm relport
conclusively shows the great parofits
attenidanit upont this branch ot' indus
try in South Carolina. TJhae stock of
all the Coimpaniies is fronm twenty to
thirty per cenit, above par, and the ntat
earninags range all the wav fronm
eighteen to twenty-five ad a hialf per
ct. oat invesqtmnats. It is also shown
that cotton cenn be mranufactured here
for a cent anid a qiuarter a pound less
thani in New England. a starthinag
truth when it is remembanered that
OVer sixteen mnillioni l)(unds aire eoni
verteed lito eloth yealy. T wo lan
dred thousanad dollars Itnf a pit al of
only two anid a quarteir milliota is a
heavy gain ovor the proflts of New
-There are now in thue State sevena
teen factories, ruintag niunety-live
thousand spilaes and( twvo thoasanad
looms, emlploying over t wo thousnand
operatives, anid conasuminag thirty-six
thousand bales of cotton a year. Toun
tiames as mauny spiunlles and looms
would .be required to utilize the
whole crop of the State, from which
athe Increase would be toen times as
great as at presenat. Now when cottona
sells at twelve cenats yarn sells at
twenty cents, a proof that at least
sixty-six per' cenit. could be added to
the increase of tho State by the estab
iishtmenit of factories.
It is mnuch to be hoped that the
magnidecent ef'oirts of the News ond
Courier to adver tiso and delopel~ the
resources of the State will be crownted
with success. Taxes shmould be re
mitted on ntew factorios for ten years,
unless as suggested by Mr. Swaffield,
of Columbia, the constitutiontal selhool
taxbe alone odleted. Itf the State
~, tops tlnker bug ylth the debt, and tho
Admilnistration is wise, coIservatIvo
andA bentefi ocdt, we b-lieve that North-'
crin capital will be hidiced by the
splendid showming of our fctories to
come down here. Then will South
car'Olilla beg'inl to relize What true
TI IE 1'R.Y.310N BIL L.
Ariritments In Ut-nifr of like eteranx of the
Indian and Floriia Wara--Toie Duty of
tile ountry- Tito States thaltt avo Do
III addition to the sylopsis of tle I
report of thel! I louse Mili'ary Commit-!
Lee, prepared witi great care by Judge
Mackey, of tle Coinimittee of Mexicai
War Veteranis, aud adopted by tle
L'ont-nlittee, we append the1 concluision
>f the report. After giving the slttis
1(s already published, thl(e report col
measuring the cihnes of lie by
ily 'easolable scale of probabilitie,
IInd1 applying' (11e kiowledge derived
'om11 vital stistes to this mimbeir of
no ofI'thleir averiaec age wh'1eu dis
harged fro service, it is not unrea
,onlale to conehlle 11hat after (lhe lapse
>f thirty- wo yvar's not iore thani onIe
bird of their num11'er, or 15,000, now
mi-Ove, evel i t hey had been lulbjct
d to pure1-ly nlorlinal conldilionls il' thle
eacefuil n111d ordin1ary puirsu its o' life.
Biut the period that followedA close
ipon Ithe terinai ion of tle lNeoxicall
'ar WAS 0n of inellse io'ivity
brlougrhoul this coutryh-. The veier-.
Ills Of Ihat conflet. we(I iamiong the
oetlaost, pioleers inl Ile developmeunt
f th vast dolaill acqu1ired by their
riItunphantII arm-is. Laying down thle'r
nilitary e(qIiipent.4 when the wvar
as ove, they jo i Iel, ald led Inl a.
n: a ire, that yI it illulitulide of
Amttericai citizens who traversed path(
e.S n1111d reeless phrin1s for thousaids
>f miles, an1d, eniteringt uponl thle
lei6o. slope, beenliC the buildei S of
It reuimlre0s no very profuild knowl
W!lge' of the laws that regnilate :ie
iomlon of uni life to d entonstratte
111 periods ot' extreme activity an1d
'xeitemiient, whchOI lind anld boilv are
itraine to their utliiost te1:-o'll, are
IttoleV4d by it verv high ildeathi-rtte.
'iii. is the tealching alike of' history
Ind of, commlion 101 observation.
Within wt sixten years that fol
h)wed the cloi0e ot'the war with Mexi
-0 tile people of the L'lited States
lclieved more ill the Illaterial develop
mlient of1 t1 couiii, and inl tile gener
[1 an1d permallnent cqanusiol of( all
sflinduistries, thanl hmd been Iie'
[d by theni du ilg tle (wo preOedino
gener.rilin. They acted history oil
It stupeldouls scale, and achieved
biieivelent result that cl11 leig4ed tie
respelt and atIhiration1 of mankind.
During tlel lst Four years of' that
perio-.' ill nicxtimipled Civil arI ' was
raging, which Ixed 4) their itt most
lhe vast re(soilces of' this republic,
vul emlbraced withinl its theatre, ats
u.mltvelinlng florces , thlirty-six powerful
1minon101we'alths. The vast, majoritUv
>, thies veter'.ns bore parts of' mor'e
mi less illportalcle inl lihat Illighty
ituggle which involved inl its prVogr'es
Il'e actual operation ill the(, flebt of'
trilies that agg-regiated over two m1il
ions" Of soliers1.
These veterans vere exposed to all
.h(' toils and priviltions of that four'
h'P1Iarsl', and14 to the ens'ualt ics of' its
nlore0 than1 one0 hunidred battle-tields.
Whien we c'onsider these4 'i 1,. case that
we(re so p oten'it ill thie raid ( de4strue1
ion1 of' life, and1( whichl ba111ill! l alen
lait ions based3( 01n vitali Sti st ics that
itre ap~licaLble to ulys~l normaiiul eoni
11itions of' soc'iety, anid '(he further' facot
lhat thousands (It'these( v'eterantis (came
)lt (31 thew Mexican warli wilth tihe seedsk
3431151it itionis, tile comilittece sati 511is
led1 lhat therei't arie not now livin"'
,lho( will be ent11itled to penlsion1s under43
liis bill. Th'ie columiiittece Pon-01
nate inl v'iew ot'all114 hecircum~lstnces(',
11d( (specilly of' (lie factL that the(
Nlex ico c'ommenl'iced inl .April, ML ,I
ond the Iir'st baltle w'as thuero fought
11 May'6i of thatt yeah', more1' than aI
hlirdof (I'a cenltury' ago.
'ilTere were 5,000181 iailors emll)oyed
n1 the( naval opera'utions aigainlst Mex i
,otf wh'Iom '2,700 served less t han
lixtv day1s w~itin the4 thea-ltre of' opera
Oft 1,10 remalcining 2,300, the comiut
(('0 'es1iliate (t. thr are'( n1P0 ot, more1"
thlan ('go0 no(w living, and1(, inceludiing
1(e widlows of' this class, thev will not.
1(dd more1 thanll 700 to~ the( b(ni~irieis
30 t he bill. Thle coummittee theref'or'e
>r's (31 all chtsses wh'lo will be enititled
[0oj)(ensionsi lunderi this bill:
Surviv'ing veterans of' Mexican
Wio s . . . .. . ... . . 900
Soldiers and( their' widon s. .. 700
Surv~ivinig s'oldiers and1( widows
of1 Black Ihawk war...... 200
Sold1ier's and1 widIows of' Creek
From this aggregate mast be (deduclt
[3d those soldier's anhd sail
ors of thie Mexican anid Flor'ida wiar's
who escaped injury ill those waris,
but are' now 0on the1 peni~on-r'olls f'or
wotuids ree'Civedl inl (ho UnJion army
1imd nlav'y din'lg thie hate war', an'd
benee1C wi be excluded uinder tile terms
f' (lie bilh. Tfhis class number at the0
the lowest esthnaiite 1,200.
Making this8 deuto from the
above aggregate of 11,800, Theli total
milnlierl of' pibiboners of thle war's
nam~ed ini this bill will bo be 10,600, at
the very highest estimiate, without (10.
duotinig (lie probable number of' do
serter's t'om thie nava~'l forces. AL $8
per1 monith or' $96 p)0r annllumi, thei fi'st
lippropr'iatio r(1Iequir'ed to meet (110 s
limated0( expeniditure tbor pensions1) un1
uder'the bill wvill ho $1,017,600. This
um will be dimhinished at a steadily
1luceafsilg irate, as tho veteransl of
the old waris of('the repnhiIe are far adl
vanced oil (lihodownIward path of' life,
[(d4 mayi~ hO expected to die off as
r'apidly as tho most economlcal patriot
[3an (desire. The surviving soldiers of'
blhose wars ill. average six y w a
yecars of age, withl th0 expectancuy of'
twelve yeOars to live.
The commnitte cite the following
well-anthenticated facts a' llunstr'ative
of the rate of mnortalify among the
soldlers of the four 'wars ntamed, and
mp~por'ting thle above esthnate of the
nlumb~er of veterans and widows now
An Alabama company was mnetered
in for servIce in Mexico wvith 96 men.
Six only of these mon weore married
prior to their' dischar'ge from tile army,
and all six have died. Five of their
widows have also died,' and one has
rmcIarri'ed, leaving not one widow as
a benellicary uniider the bill.
Of tho t' o Pennsylvania regiments
itlstered inl with 2,50' officers ai
men, but 181 sur'vivo.
Of the Second Mississippi, I,035
ofllIers and men1, 47 surviv,.
Of (he Palmetto Regiment, 1,077
oflicers and men, only 34 are now liv
it has beeni the settled policy of our
goverinmeont for more thian oile hun
d(red ear3 Ci to griant pensions to Its
agred veteranls.' This poliev was pro
('aiied il t(he lact of Congi'oss ofIt MaIty,
1778, which proIised haltf pay - for
Sevent vear11'S to till colisligsioleT ofil
ce's wh%)o should Serve to the close ofr
the revolutioUI Will. This was ex
tended by the act of 1780 to hialf-pay
for lill!. By the tct of 1818, passe(l
thirty-five veal'S ifter I lie close of the
wr111 For Il ~cpenidencve, Congress grailt
ed peln-tiIons to officers ani(d onlisted
'Tlhe acts of imav 15, 1828, and Juie
7, 1832, were stifl nore liberal to the
old soldiers of our1 revoluit iona1 var.
When tite soldiers otthe Intdial Wars
Illmed Volunteered, upon the call of
tihe government, to defeld Our eu(ary
settlenents ainst, the ilicuirsionls ('f
pitiless savfiges, and whon the nlow
Shattered veterans oft Mexico were
susiiiiin, against terrible odds the
lhnimor andl([ glory of their country on
foreigl fields, they might well have
expected ihat their c ountttry, which the
served so well in their eariy mnaIuIIood,
would assist themi ill theii' icedy old
Especially should this bill receive
the cordial Support of all patriotic
members of both political pilarties inl
Coigress, is i slight recognition of the
the vast, material benelits coierred
upon our whole country by the skill
1111d valor of our' veteranis of the Mexi
:ui war. ''hiose Soldiers- fought, tell
gnec a t battles and nearly one hun
Lired severe eIglIgeritAs, 1111d aclhicV
od anl uilokein series, of brilliant vic
t >ries withont the( loss o1 at single regi
imental standard, cl owIing their spleti
did achievements by iniarching tri
ump tl11y, with less than 7,000 men ,.
ilito the c(apitil of a foreign nation,
and there dictiiig filh terms peace of
ill a walled city o1 15,0(00 iIha bltants.
By that conquest, the boundaries of
Texas we'e estiLblished, aid that. great
State, wit h its 260,000 square miles of
te1'lri tor v, forever lssure(d(t the U111ion.
B%- their arms 1 we sectired Califo niii,
Nev'a(ta, Utih. New Mexico, Arizion,t,
Colorado, and Wyvoilintg, an arCa of
937,875 square miles, andI greater thanm
that embraced within the t wenty-nine
States which then constituted the Fed
According to the rI-*eports of the Bu
reau of Staistic;, 110i less thant clevell
111111dred millions of' dollars in gold
and silver have becin taken from the
mines ill Tetrr'it.ories thus acquiired,
which still continue to v1ield their up
parent-ly inexhaustible stores of (lie
precious metals C.hat dluringc the past
thiltv years have given renewed im
pulse to every (lepartment of Ameri
Can iidustr3. No arm'1lly of such inl
Ferior unn1rical strength ever secured
such valsi territory.tnad Such imperial
welalth f'or the countrv that.it served.
Th'he obijec i )I has boen tiurged thit a
suflie'e it time has not. eapsed Since
thle ve.rans oi the Mexican war ren
dered service ill Ithe field to v;'arrant,
Cogress ill grantinig them pensioins.
TIIis oIl ctiolI ilighit have Some f'orce
it' t whole generation had not paissed
sine . tho . ervices we-e reIni ered,
and1( it' these veterans couIlld st ill lonl
tiu ogow old(, and1( thus1 live sufli
cient113' long to meet tihe requliroeen ts ot'
t his eronlomiical systemi, whic(h would
oly~ acord'( pen~sionts to those who
shall evince fliat they are fully quli
fid 11s peioner~lls by dyinlg soon1 after'
pen'lsions$ have been graI~tedL to t hemn.
We arie sti iedO that fte geniera&l
(anett oll such1 i 11:1natinl sysStemj of'
it has1 the0 virtue of' ecoomy', yet ox..
0111(es every' other1 vir'tu tihat shmoul I
coimmttend it to the appr)loval of' Coni
We thin1k that 11o vailid objectionl
can1 no0w be urgedC~ agatinlst the reCpeal
of sectfion 4l71t'of' the Rtevised Statutes.
Ily tihe act of' March 9, 1878, that
sectioll is no( lonlger' alpplicable to the
veteransI1 of' thle war~t of' 181t2, who were
thereb0ly granlltedl lensionIs, an~d formerCL
pensioners of' that ch1tsa reCstor'ed 1(o thle
lpnnIsionl-rolls fr'om wh'ichl the~y had
b)'fln8 stricken, or' paymenl~lt of' their'
pensionls r'ef'us'ed 011 alccount of disloy
alty3 ill thle wari ofth le rebellion. Ther'e
appear's to) be no sound1( reason0, eitherI
ill just iec 01' pubilic policy, whyl a dis
quaililleation31 fr'om which' pensioners' of
the war of' 1812 have been relieved
should1 be Imposed uponi pensioners of'
later wlar's, who tare at least equailly
Ill his message of Deceniber', 1873,
Precsident Grant, who achievedi his flrst
Mexico, r'ecommiiended to Conlgr< s a
full anld unlconldit iotal parnf and1
amneiisty' for till oll'enlses growing out
of thle 'ebellion.
That illustr'ious patriiot and Senator,
Mr. Charles Sunmer101, it a resohition
oflred inl thle Unlited States Senaite on1
tihe 22d D)ecemnber, 1872, used the fol
"Th'le nationtal nouity and good-wvill
amaong fel lowv-ci tizenis cnn be assured
01n13 through an oblivion of past dif
ference's, and1( it 18 eoniti'ary to the usage
of clviilized nations to perp'etuate civil
It was, douibtless, ill c~oonace
with this benign spirit of naftinal r'e
(lcciliation tat Pi'esidenlt I Eaves call
ed1 to his Cabinet a (list ingulish'ed offi
cor' of thie lato Confederate armyi3, who
no0w wor'tih l' ves thle comlitr1y as
P~ostma1sterGenleral of' tho United
A t the conventioni of veterana of the
Mexican wvar, held iln thle cIty or Wash
in~gton January 15, 1874I, General R.;
HI. Mihroy, of'Oregon, a1 gallt sol
(11e1 of' tile Untion Army, titrodluced
the fol lowing r'esolut ion, wvhich, tile
coInumlt tee ar'e inftoi'mied, wase unlani
lResolverl, Thait the Congress of the
Unlited Slates is most ear'nestly .rc
qulested by thits association1 to repeal
all lawis which prohibit the paymnent of
any, penisin money to ally soldir of'
time Mexican war, thme war' of 1812, or
oftlir wars, who served iln time Con
(See proceedIngs of the first nation
al conivenltionl of Mlexica n war voteranls,
It would be indeed harsh and Inox
or'able justice to eniforce . againist
nleedy, aged, and( crippled pensinetrs
(If 0ou1 old1 wars a policy of proseip
tion for alleged disloyalty w hich do.
pri'ves thoem of the eonJoymnent of their
blstod rights purclfased by their
bloodsheaiattle under the flog of
the Union, wvhie' mny other .cit izens3
whlo are obnoxious to'tho samo grave
charge occupy to-day' high omfciah eta
tion, atnd are wor'thily disohiarging lem
Dortant public tuna in. all Adma
mcnts-legislative, executive, and ji
dicial-of the Government of i
The Legislatures of the followinq
illed States have, by resolitioni
during the past three or four year
appealed to Congress 10 grant the pet
s10ns provided for in this bill:
Ohio, Pennsylvanlia, Illinois, Ind
anai, Callifornia: Minnelsotal, Wiscom
sin, Oregon, Nevada, Kenticky, Tei
iessee, Texas, AlIabaiai, Arkanisa
Virginia, Mnarvland. North Carolii;
south Carolina', Lonisiana, Mi8.isisipp
Georgia, Florida, Missouri.
These States itgregate twenty- hr<
in iber, aild are reprCsei(ed
Congress by 46 Senators and 198t Men
hersL of Ie lionse of Relireseitatives
It is proper, iln coniclusionl, to call a
tentioni to (Ile fact, diat, tinlder the trn
of this bill no person lWho is at pre:e
aillected by sectioin 4716 of the lIevist
Statutes cai draw a pension :iile;
relieved of his 'legral and politic
disabilities" by Cotgress.
BlY KATE TihE.
ITp III early mitoriing light,
Sweeping, dusting, "'sotting rigit,
Oiliiig all the household springs,
Seving buttOn1s, tying strings,
Telling Bridget what to (1o,
Mediig rips in Johinuy's shoe,
Rtunnig up anld down tlie stair,
Tying baby in her chiaih,
Cutting Imieat and spreading bread,
Dishilng out so nmuch11 per head,
Eating as she caln, by chance,
Giviniig husband kindly felance,
Tolling, worki g bu ;i life,
"Sint ? woalai,
Dan comes home at fall of night,
I lomoe so cheerful, neat and bright,
Children meet himt at the door,
Pu Jihini in and look him o'vr,
Wih asks "Ivow the work h irone
"Bu t1118 with u1s at hoic V"
Supper done--)an reads at ease,
I lappy Dan, but one to please;
Children mtist be put it) bed
All the little prayers are said;
Little shoes are placed inl rows,
lBed-clothes tucked o'er little toes,
Busy, noisy, wearing life,
Dan remds on, and falls asleep,
See the wouani soily Creep,
Baby rests at. last, poor dear,
Not a word her heart to cheer;
Mending basket full to top,
Stockings. shirt, and little frock,
Tired ey"es and weary brain,
Side with darting tugly pain;
"Never mind, 'twill pass away,"
She iaust work but never play
Closed piano, unused books,'
Done I he walks to easy niooks.
Brightness faderd out. of life,
Up stairs, tossing to and fro,
Fever holds the woman low;
Children wander free to play
When and wifere they will to-dav
Bridget. loiters- inier's cold.
Dan looks anxious, cross and o1d;
Ilousehold screws are out of place,
Ac('kinug one dear, pat ;eit thee.
Steam. hands. so veak but. true,
llan1ds that knew -*inst what to do,
Never knowing rest. or p11v,
Folded now, IAd lad away;
WVork of six in one shlit life,
FOR JUDGE~ OF PROBIATE.
Messrst. JEditors :. Phl ase anm.ounet
of Probjate, as a candhilato for re elc'it
at the ensuing clection, sublject to ihe a
Lion of the Demiocratic party at the pi
maries. By so doing you will obliige b
feb 14 MANY FRIENDS.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
The filends of Mr. .Jaimes G. Her on,
Salem, respectfully nomiinato him for t1
office of County' Coitnissione~r at thec et
suing election -subject to the action
them Democratic primiary.
jan 17- td*
J. E. McIDONALD,
ATToRNEY AT L AW,
KO. 8 LAWI RANGIE,
WINNSBlORO, S. C.
1V In Bear of Court House.
NOTIOE TO~ ORlEDITO~f
A.LL persons holding claims, of whI
soever nature, against the Estate
JONATHAN 0. MATTHEWVS, decease
are herchy required to establish their d
mnands bolero the Coart of Probate
F'airlicld County, on the first day
March, A. D. 1880, at ten o'cook in t1
January 27, 1880,
J. R. B3OYLES,
jan 29-txtd Judge of Probate.
Having associated ourselves togotih
for' the pur1pose of carrying on t:
GROCERY AND SUPPLY TRAD:
We beg to inform our friends and t
public that wvehave on hand a full stoe
of Cofl'emw. Sugars. Flour, Molass<
Buckwheat, Hams, Canned Goode et<
together with Bacon Meal, Shoes, kai
and all suceh atceasare requiredI
:We are also prepared to furnish fir
class Guanos at fair prices.
R. C. GOODING,
T. K. ELLIOTT.
NEW lAIE cii 1DE8
BOOKC AND COPY REST.
.ONE of the handiest and most po
lar Inventions of modern times.C
be at tached to -aniy arm-chair withio
tronuble. P'rice, *3.60, *3.00 and $2.d
For pariculars, address
W. McBIlDE SMITH, AGT.,
Jan . Winnsboro,8.0C.
FARLY ROSEGoodrich a
lowest cash prices.
M.~. BEATY & Co.
IN20CTS. AND SI BOTTLES.
itsproprties are Domulcent, Nutri
S ive Balsamio, @oothing and Healing.
6:mIhing althese qualities, it is the
most effective LU ALS4M evet
offered to auterries Trm pulnionary
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
I of Now York, voluntarily Indorses it. g
II -READ WHAT HE SAYS:
I- D~r. TUTTI* Now Yo k. Sept., 19. 1877.
Dear Sir-Doring this year I v.e4 nne hundre4
oases of lung d seases. in the lower w..rds pt the
ty er the oa .a hr severe tyje It Wa
er tny iont oW cle itoTutt I ixoctorant,
pi and I coniem~ ty surlorlo at ite wondurlul Power.
uring a .ractieo of twenty years, I livo never
jcutws a a.:cino toatq promptly anI with snob
a few days. I ohiorful, inderso it as the best lung
medicine I ever ubfill.
J. FRANOIs IIAYWOOD, M. D.
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
Officu 'venni cNews, August3, Cla.
Dr. TTT: Dor r-y itt son, was attacked
with poumnoniet last winter ' "ii left him with ^
violent cogh, that lasted tll thin a mouth since,
for meoeuro ot which I ai indobted tcyour valuable
Exptectorwnt. I had tried mosat ever& thinz recoin.
mndaed, but none did any good untl used yourn11.
pectoratit. one bottl of which removed the cough
entirely. With many thanks. Iam UL
Had terrib.le NICHT SWEATS.
bIo.mplais, Feb., H., 1871.
Dr. TUTT: Sir-I have boen suffering for nearly two
years with a severe cough. When I commenced a.
khi&,gyour Expecorant I was reduced tone hundred
awidsixteen pounds In weight. I liedtried almost
everything' -had e rrilo nigutawoats. I have taken
half dozen: bottles. The night sweats have left me.
the cough has disappeared, an tIhave rained lftwe
pounds In fiesh. t recominend It to al an friends.
Wihgeatrospect, OLIVhIR 1101.
Ileader, have you caught a cold? Are you 1n.
able to ralso the phlegmi ?lave you an irrita
tion initho throat? A senas of oppression on
Ihe lungs, with short breath? Do you have a
ft of coughing on lylng dowi:? A sharp pain
now and then In the region of the heart, shoul
ders and back? If so, our Advice Ie take at
ouco a dose of 'Tutt's Expectorant; you will soon
be able to raise the phlegm. in an hour repeat
the Expectorant, place a hot iron to the feet,take
two of Tutt's Pills. You will soon fall into a
pleasaut sleep and wake lip in the irorning,
cough gone, lungs working freely; easy breath
ug, aud the bowels noving in a natural nisuner.
To provent a return of these aymptonus use the
Expectorant. several days.
Offioe, 85 Murray Street, N. Y.
CU Er TOUwID LIVER..
OU E IDYSIPEPS A.
UI I FEVEIA AND AGUE
hiAcx ly at single application of thisDrig. It osk
part, a Natural Color, aots Instantaneously, and is
as Iarmnless as spring water. Sold by Drugis or
sent by express on receipt of $1.
Offloe, 85 Murray St., New York,
0LD0 "CAVE" CORN
This is the Fsiimon 'Im e ar'ticle,
,* seized :md1( sold by thle Unded,. Sat
o.Gverniment. TJ.he 1egularu "mtotn
is U. G. DES'PORT'ES,
fScuppernong WVino at $1.50 per
agallon. Delightful for Xmuas.
>fU. G. DESPOR TES1.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles,
Bridles and Harness~.
(Onll anid examfinle my stock before
purchaisi ng elsewher'e. Satisfaction
U. G. DESPORTES.
FlIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
10fo the Public:;
Why not insure your property? 'See
thle cost of a per diem expense:
Daily cost of insuring $1,000 at 3 per
cent per annum is only 8$ cents.
At 24 per coot. per annum Is only 7 c.
At 1 per cent. per annum is only 4 c.
a At I per cent. per annum is only 2( c.
'A prcent. por annum Is only1 c.
Atprcent fo er sonly 1.88 c.
At 14 per cent. for 3 years is only 1.3560.
At 14 per ceni. for 6 years is only 0.88 c.
At 2 per cent. for 5 years is only 1.10.
or Dwellings in town or country, detach.
lie ed, insurable at the following rates, viz.:
For one year '( per cent.
For three years 14 per cent.
For ivye years 'J per cent.
SBarna andi contents, gin houses, baled
cotton, store houses, merohandise, mills
and churohes insurable at, adequate rates.
lie I represent only the very best comn a
ak nies of long experience and well estabi [h
JAMES W. LAW,
- nov 22-Om Agent.
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT THlE
GBORGIA STATE FAIR.
-For Cheapness, Simplicity and
in Durability this Sheller stands with-.
ut .out a nyval.
0.|I P.RICE, ONLY $5.00.
II. S. DESPORTES & CO.,
[Agents, Ridgeway, S. C.
~ _ For Sale by
I de 2-Bnos Winnsboro, S. 0
s I expect. to leave soon for New York to pur
chase my SPRING STOCK, and having still on
band a great many desirable goods which I do
not wish to carry over, I will offer them cheap
er than ever. Also four new Buggies, very
JOHN L. 1VIMNAUGH,
UNTIL YOU IAE
Seen my stock of furniture, which is one of the larget, handsomest
newest, and cheapest, according to quality, to be found in Winnsboro. A
now supply of Chromos, Picture Frames, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Window
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Furniture neatly repaired at moderate prices.
Lumber and Laths for sale. I am agent for a Door, Sash and Blii
Factory. All order proniptly attended to. Also, agent for the Wheele
Wilson New Improved Sewing Machine, and two others.
oct 18 R. W. PHILLIPS.
IHE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
-- WI TII A',lW:H ,OCK OF
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
We take pleasure in announcing to ont friends and the publle generally
that we are now opening the finest and most completo assortment of Fall
and Winter Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all the latest
styles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Trimmings
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODENWARE, LUMBEB, ETC.,
which will be offered at very low pricest as we are determined to sell heap
er than the cheapest, and cordially invite all to call and see for themselves
IE am so agent for the well-known DAVIS, WEELD and AMERIUAN
SEWIN MACHINES. J. 0. i'OAG.
W E havs now open, and will sell as low as any reliable house in town
our second supply of Fall and Winter Goods.
I case Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieces other brands of Long Cloth.
I 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, Erovn.
Homespuns, Plaid Homespuns, Drillings, Osnaburge, Bed Ticking, Hick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Boulevard Skirts.
A full supely of white and colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and.
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats I Overcoats ! 1Overcoats 111
Fuor the ladies we hve a nmee stock of Undervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
The "Pinafore," "Juna," "Pild" an "etice orse.
White Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambric. and Lawns.
T1owels,rBleaced and Brown Sheetinfug ln.. al Drek Doylies,
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Miagsea' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' r.nd Boys' Boots and 'Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Satachiels, and Umbk'ellas,
pien our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at ow
aWn pcsordially invto an inspection of our stoek, feelini assured that w~
nov 6, Di