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"THP NEWS AND HERALD.
VtNN3OR, S. C.
TUESDAY, Foerunay 17. : : 1880.
Ft. M'n.4AA Fm rIs, Fa'm-oit.
J~'0. S. nrXoLDs. AsowrIAT VITOR.
'T'im WesTFUIN ovMuNoRts AtRN
against, Grant and foi' Biyard.
Tim.: PimLAnEJPTeI TICs remarki
te great unanimit witi which tihe
Demoeratic party dlesirq thle nloinina
tion ot Grait, and tle Corresponding
Solidity of the leptiblican imachinae for
Tilden. Kither of the two, in thie
Opinion of the other party, could be
so easily beaten.
TmITE t;x1-roATx 'Iru i'vr rim.; LA-riE
ex-Secretuary Boric Would leave at mil
lion dollarsi ill his will to General
Graian tf has not. been realized. Old
Borie was anxiois enough to help the
ex-President along Iy giving a third
term and a large su:y, bt he
couldn't think ot speatinig nny or his
own :nion(y on him. Such is disiiter
A ENTI..1 \ %N wV'1( WV w '1.TN4 '
-lting Gelm-al Gary's a in
Charleston.w ri Ies tlat he lie:- no
chese giv'fol r Senautor I lhupon
du itg the si eech, and (int lie h1:1-: -iw m
asked others who vere presei, ind
they say that they did ii' As we ex
pressedi an opinion that cheers for
Senator Ifanpton at a serelade inl
honor of General Gary were not, inl
good taste, we make tihis statement as
AccoUnoNu 'ro s-i.m,wAr RAICAL,
organse the leading Denocratic States
men are on the verge of ile grave.
Every week or two Mr. Tildein suffers
i fresh stroke of l'paralysis, and now
the symipathlii i g nation is harassed
with details vi Mr. Seyw.our's en
tebled condit ion. -According to these
veracious chronlielers the least excite
itment throws Air. Seymnour into a
nervons it, he totters inl walk
ing, like a drilliken maln, and his
fileids are Ioiementarily expecting
him to lapse into insanity. All this
because they are afraid time Deiocrakt
will make Mr. Seymour President.
whether or no. A fer the Democratic
Coivention shall have nominated some
one else, the Radical organs, with
great unaniinity, will coligrat ulte
Mr. Seyiour on hais rettuii to health.
THEF NI.:w Yout Ilererd will soonl
see its Irish Relief Fuid doubled. On
Satteday subscriptions had aggregated
$191,000, of which (lie I lera/d gave
$100,000, the Bank of Nevada $25,000,
Matckay, the bonainza king, $10,000,
anld al anolnymols coitribitor $,000.
While cavilevs may carge the other
contributors with a seltish desire to
advertise tlhemselves, this annmyinous
benefactor deserves ill praise. There
is no ostentation about him. Con
trlibutionis are portring in tfrot all ,
parts of thie UInited States to swell the
difibrent funds, anid the grand aggre
gate must he very inear foar hundred
thousand dollars. Tme number o' (des
titute in I reland is placedI at t hree
hunidredl thiousand, menci, w~omeni i and
chiildrenm, in thme Cathtolie, counities. Th'ie
Protestant, counties make nmo comn
W E CA I.i. TiH E A'i'T1-N'i'loN or P~ums
and other cit izenms otf FairfIeld to lie
- circular issued by ti he up'erinit end t n
of the census. It will be seen that thme
census of 1880 will eimbra:c'e the crops
grown and harvested ini lie yeua' 1879,
with thme exception ot' the wool eiop to
be clipped this spring, it is to be
hoped that aill pr'operIty owneris and
agr'liuitumrists will tuuike :ull ret'durn of'
aill priodu~cts. Notern farm'iers are'
muich more systematie in keeping ne.
conits than are those of thle SouithI,
and the consequlence is thait the1 Northm
alwvay~s gets umcnh more thiaii 1her pro
por'tionute sinire ofcedtinte'ae
census hasit s U umiber-est imated(
Southern prodluets, aed lieim-e I toha -
pressioni pirevailIs that tih' SounthI is a
thrift less, lazy, iaimract ic:l sect ion.
For1 inistanice, what South Cairol inai
farmer knows how~I niumy pounds of'
butteir or honey he makes ini a yearin,
andau what Northorn farimer does 'not?
'We hope our 1 people will take a pa
triotic interest in seeinag that our1 State
is pr1operiy r'anked in thme ceiistus.
A Choice Organ.
We hav'e received f-om Gener'al
LeO Duc, weS presume, a copy of' thie
Washington WJorld, containing an
article on thme Agricultur'al Bur'eatu,
and1( ascibing great pra'tise to Genieral
L~e Dae, whose lineamieiits are depict
cd in a wood cut it the head of the
column. The General would pass for one
ot' thle oi'igi na "'Pirma tes of Penzanmce."
We believe the Bureau Is doing good
w ~ ork, and we decidedly favor bring
ing it iinto prmominnce. But we ad
vise the hay-seed hcero to get a more
imiposinig or'gan thain the Wo.--ld afore
.said. T1hie copy before uts is devoted
to the prlalse's of Le Due, Sher'man
and Hawley, assistant tr'easuretr, and
the denunciation of the Democrats.
A peculhiar' feature of the paper is its
management of quotation marks.
These are sot all 0one way. It cont
t~ins an elaborate aticle on "Clay
forms of the New Creation," (mark
the points) hy Mrs. Eveleen L. Mason,
which begins by *telling us that
"Yod-he-'aw-he, is the mysteious
name among the Hebrews. It Is
composed of three letters, yodi (I or y)
he (k) and vaw or ,.nq, (#-f-or u) ; and
he repeated makes it the word of fourt
letter's, the tetragrammaton'," anid it
Pe'oi'aysv eclay forms on1y re
*. rettigid there: was a .neceslt,- in
t - he Wor3"~ ~ 16ease that woman
shoukt be as bid as they CdUktI be.
For woman (syimbol reader by natui)
onlce I!,oning uapon Shekenahul, anll(
lecoglizilg 1here illysteriols re'veal
ings o le own iinmot being, would'
have gized liuigerlig 'and fitstink
clingig to he ran' he yod, till uptliftet 4
in cestatc Vision of possible ltimni.- I
ty. fired by her high0 eilpire as lmother
of 1t( ac, sh e ight have Come fortl I
and presented to t /ruta/ized iunreudy1
vorld. the Cabbalistic reading of the
Inl these daysi Ahe worl1 is Older, and
SImte, nerin purer wisdoim, know
it is Ilt law of orderly lite that.
tihirough the cenIrii ipetial 1m1(d centrifu
gal ftorces of' receiving an ld giving
forth truthif , the conni1ectin ith Thei 'Im
Tri'one is kept, il. Perhaps we
wollnen1 have c omel to lthe kingdloml, fort
Stich ai time 1s this-'t.o present. to Our
Net/ion, thw Cabbalisl ic reaildiig of the
new l11und Na1ine, wN' hich m11enl believed
11llueoimmmicable. Iliitherto it hals t
leen ieild frolin right. to rel or not at I
1111. iild (his hats kept, the world u pside
downl. Thle 0n1114. is necar1 inl which I
worshipper;; living Iin and reading
C(Ibbaisiert////. fromt left. to right, the
long lost Naine, we shull recover tle
poe(,r olf he rwir he yo</l/ '' )n IR1.
mI-T'.u. Li i. AF r -rIl.: Ni'rxt.I.1-UA L
lz37.1 Wll.-41111 be at Wuroti0. ON:, a1
Divitje lmnthe redevinptionl of' in
<ividlua1W lil, o iy and of, our oiwl
stg ring.'( One Sexocracy ?
We dli't kinow whailt aill this mneans,
(W coliist. Nobody is,' expected to
know. Btut we are very much 11a: fid
GeiierI le I )uc has been keepingI
C011my with Su1$a1 11. Anthony and
Phbe Cozzons, while the hog8 haveI13
been rootinc inl his 'tater patclh an11d
eating his puminpkins. Wake. up, old
Fellow, or you won't got, to be Presi
IMPORi'TAX AT0 I.I IitMERS.
Information Ahnut- t h Cnatts-What IMemo
Wil ho ExIwcete of Them.
FLINT Itt,, S. C., Feb. 10, 1880.
Messrs. Editors: I have received
fromt (he Iinterior )epartnent, Wib
ington, 1). C., the eniclosedl circular
i it a rillet that, firlmers of this
couiy be made1 iIcqaiiIiled with
whiit will be expected of them in inl- i
swering lhie questions which will bo
put by tle eeisus-taker when hite
comeCs roun11d. lie will make his ilp
petrance about the 1st of June or it
least before thle UIth. It would help
ill parties if every oie elgagetl ill tihe
production of aly of tle artides meii
tioiied inl the schedule would mlla1ke a
st:tement att their leisure anid keep it
ready. It would also be well it' those
who see tihl1) noice in yo paper I
would 3inenIition it Io those Who do not
take it. It would be better iV the%
wouldreconllilielld ill of, those who
aire not subscribers to sehd their iines
anld (lie price of' one year's subscip
tion1 at once to the Editors, who I
know'will keep them well posted inl
all imporant matters which will trke
place ill 1880.
The circuilar is as follows:
The lgriculturall Scledule annexed
to tile Act of 1850, which is all-so mali5de
a part of lt! Act. ot' M'arch 3, 1879. pro
v'idinig for~ the Tenth311 Census, r'equiresc
algricuilture'1 "durin g thie year end~ed
Junoe 1." Now, there is 33o dlislinlel
agriculItural yeari w hich enids (1n the
lirst. of diime, anid t here is reason01 t(3
believe Ilhat the s:ati t'es oft agriultutre
fromo 1830 t o 1870, inl r'ega rd to man v i
of' thle prIincipl)Z produIcts8, embrall
port'ionsot0' two diieiit crops3, inas1
mu31ch as8 the enumeration31103 wa'1s prio
1tracel through three, fouri, antd evn
ive3 mon01ths. liy the Act a1ppoved i
Mareb 3, 1879, however, it is pr'ovided(I
11hat the Ten'3th3 Cenisus shall1 be talkenil
and3( coinpleted1 (1h0riig thle momh31 of ( i
iedhuces thle lialbility to err'or wich
ha~s been 3noted(.
As th lenumerat343'5in )3commen1Cces on13
the fir'st of. dune4 and3( closes oin 01' be
lore the tir3tieth, all1 thle crops whieb
are gaithered on3ce a year1 will tell 1
pirettyv cleatrly oin one4 sid1e Or thel othier
of' I le div'idinsg line1.. 1lTus the( cotton l
crp(l re'portedl in the censuls wil1l be 1
that3 of' l879, gathered in' the fhll of'
11hat year;3 whi11 the w~ool clip 03r
"wool(3 crpdill)' b~ile that otf the spr1ing 1
01f I880--exceplt ill por'tionis of' Cahi- I
thia and3( Tl.e xas, wher'e both a1 3 lll<
and1( a1 spr3ing cIlp are( secured.x. Forl'
ert'ain1 of' thle pr'oduct ions of nericul
Itur'e, there is 1no haorvest, in3 thet ~ usual33
sense oftIhat termi; but1 113e pro0duct. is
gathler'ed we'ek by week, or daiy by
dayi, as5 it maiturecs. Milk, butter',
cheese, me~at fall inito this class.
In vie'w of tihe requ3ir'emients of the
la3w, and( of' the gr'eat impllortanlce 01'
neeura11 tlsttisticatl iniformatllioni rela
IivIe to niicuiolltulre, it is deetned(3( to be
prepare13' thiemiselve's in3 advan1ce to give
the( infIormattioni With prlomiptne4ss and3(
accurney. It is urgently reCcommenl~hd
dtherefore, that31 agrie'ultuiraIllur
ails anid the ofileers of' a~gr'icutural3
societies and3( clubs) give puiblicity to
th1831is annoucemen~t, and3( thati1 all per
s0o3s enigaged 133 agriculture w~ho shall
r'eeive tis circullar, or' shall see it in
(lie pub~lic prints, malike notes f'rom
vailues of' their sCeerat erops gat hered,
and( the nlumiber' of a3cres ot' 1and( plan1t
edl, ini ord(er that11 thir statemients,
when made to the einmerators, may
be of' the highest possible value1(. To
remove any doubts that may3 ar1i80
,eoncering the cr'ops to be r0'eurned
in the census, the f'ollowing table pre
s0ents the se3verl' crops specificallyI
men0ltioned( in the aigricuiltural11 schedule
alrrang~ed accord~igly as5 thev fall into
the cendar(11 1879, or that of' 1880,' or
are to be retlurned for thle twelve
months11 begimiing Jun0 1, 1879, and
closinig 3lay 31, 1880.
The census1 will contain a ret urni of
both acres5 and3 butsheIB of thle -follow
ing crops 1for the y'ear' 1879: Wheat,
cornI, r'ye, oats, battley,- buckwheat~
and potatoes; of cotton, aci's and
bales; of tobacco, hiops, flax, and ihce,
acre's anid poun11ds; -of. pense, beans,
clover' seed, gras1s seed and flax seed
pounds(1; of hay anid hlempI, acres and
tona; of sulgar-can~e and1( sor'gumr,
atlcs, 1)ounds(1 of sugar' and3 gallons of
molasses; of bees, the nlumuber' of,
hives, potunds ofiwax and( .pounds of;
hioney; of orchards, vineyards and(1
gar'dens, acres atu value; poundI~s of,
butr and( cheese, gallnis of milk, andl
value of slatughitered aittials, forest'
product. and home m~anuftctures;~ of
the 03r01 of 1880, the ntimber..of fleeces.
of wool and the numlber of- pounds
will also be reqtuirtd. :Tip goIg4s
Issued 'by Frapecls A~ Walket1 Mpt'nA
ivp irw opri pru na.
NGe il11 (t' t-JI DAY. e
-General G#rantand his party lhled
r1omn I lavanul on Fridity for Vera C U7,
-thero's a contentiloin Ii $an Frau
ised .:s 40 .to.-aiill pity Gon. Grant's
-Mis.Mary IA nidwson,- the aetrese,
a us ight fot $13,000 the hinso-of
lattew nnnagat ongBrano~h.
- lergates frfoi Altdny to tile New
f7orkstaite lepuiblican Convi'ention Were
hosen last Feriday. They are solid tr
-The llemploved laborers of Dub
ill held allother dem11onis ration ol Frl
laIy. Inl their speeches Ihey declaIred
halt. they were on the brj of stairva
-The Trensury Department at
Tash1 iilgto, tile otiler day purchased
50,~ 0000unces 0'silver for' tile use of
he mints -at Philadelphia and New Or
-Waishinlgton Territorv has elected
1laite delegiates to' tho Chicago Co 1
'eittionl. buit, utlifortunailtelv For Mr.
laine, tCriitorial delegates Cannot
--Ilon. Caleb N. Taylor, dellate
r'olln Blicks coint.Y, Pa., to the Cica
,o Convention,'will decline to obey
list rufcionls, and will vote for Blaille.
--ihie 1liehnonld, Va., Irish * Relif
weiity has collected $3.588, which wi.l
le slt (tlhe Most lRev. Ar.hbishop
bl'Ciabe land (Ite Most Ier. A rlbishop
'rench, of .Dubli, to be distributed
vithiout regird to cree '
-A ineeting of the National Demo
ratic Comilittee has been called to
iecet at Willard's Ilotel. Vashington.
). C.. on Monday, F. br.airv 23, to
lx tile timei1 an(d place f14r lioldinlg the
text, National Democratie Convention.
--Edward S. Pilmer, President of
11e Loiisiana Savings Blank and Safe
)eposit Compny. lias been eonvicted
t embezzliig (i June 28, 1879. $47
47 belonging to or deposited ill that
-The President las issued a proclft
llatioll warn1'uuing evil-disposed persons
'onitemlpialting' initrion1 upon thie jin
Hala teU1r'it.ry that the gover11nment will
>revent such ullill1 aets by the use
> military force if lecessary'
-Senator Lamar retulrled to Walsh
ngtronl onl S6ainrdhi. He is still AbUi
d to use a erntch, but otherwise ap
>wars to be inl excellent physical anlld
nleltill conidition and is isi good spirits.
1e resumed his Seat ill the Sellitte o
-S. I. Brumtiinel, editor of the Jn
wise. waits shot id tllly woinded at.
liilister, Cal., last ThI'irsdav by G.
A'. (aulion. editor of the Teleqraph.
'ium mel had been called a horse-thicf
n ( iarltlo's papel, and Carltoll, being
:llled to account by B1e111111110, dlW a
>istol and shot the latter ill the head(.
-Fiederiek Warrell has been ar1rest
qd at Philahdelphili, chiarged with swin
Ilinig opernItions in cOl1lIsllon witli a
n11 1111 naIIed W. K. Wyman 1. The men
stiblkh b(l iogus (cOlllIlsioll h1onses
herealld ill Nw York, and swindled
heir victimus out of forty or fifty thois
-At a meetinlg of tle Philadelphia
.omini Iercial Exclange last week, it,
%-as re'solved to- lppillt a committee
dt lwentv-five to obtain sipplics of
lour11 aml( griaill for the Irish sull''erers.
t was siggested that a vessel be sent
i'omi that port with tie provisionseol
-At Columbia, Tennl.. last Friday,
Inl 1llaleomnb struick and knoedd
lowinI ilt Carltr. ('arter thenl shot
19alcomb iln -the thee, killing huimt. It is
aid that Carter wished to matrry lIial
ombi~'s(L thuighter,' but lthat Hialomb
ui f1 orbidtln tit he tch anid ordei'ed
'ariter to leavl~e, or lie would kill both
11im and the 1ladv.
-J. J. Powers, a wealithy manufact
irer of' 'ottion seed (ill, of' St. Lonis,
iaing tactor'ies ili Vicksburg . and1 St.
40ms1, who wenlt to Phlilaldelphia re
-ently' to 'ons~ult mial authlorition
11 regard1 to hois health, accidentally
hoet hlimlf~'t through tl.e hearit o'n
rhini s lay aftern1oan at his~ r'ooms iln tihe
out inenital I otel. Mrl. P'owrs was
me0 otf the0 eg~1lmissioners from Missis
11p1i to theO Cen1tennial9 Exhibition.
--Replort~s from Ten11nessee, Kentne
ty, and1 West. Virginia showv thlat great
11n1 and( wimd storms1 pa9sed over those
staites on1 TJhuirsdaly nlight and( on Sat
irday ; wiashiing away bridges and (do
ng' gr'eat damtuage to the growinug erlop)S
mil other' proplerty. The 01110 river
1ns riSenl rapicily att Frankfort, Ken
ueky. At Miay'field, Ohio, a f'amily
>t 1ni11 persons1 wereC drownled whil'e
ry'ing to escape firom a house while
urlrounded by water'.
- At a meetinlg of . St. Louis Mer
*hants on 'Change last week, $2,500 in
nonlev', :3,000 bar'rels of' flour, and va
-'ous 'lots of' pork, corni, beef broad and(
>thler airticles, Wvere contributed to the
SIerchant's Exchange Irish r'elief f'imd,
md1( twenlty-tive or' thirty commiittees,
epl)resent ing diftfer'ent branches ofbu
me1ss, werel' appoint,ed, and will can
ra9ss the cit y at ontce. It is. believed1
hant a shlip 10oad of food and( other1 sup1)
1110es will be raised in a ver'y short
A T'IRIRILE TQVRNADO.
leriona Damage In the City of Nashvllle
Bulking Uinroofeud, Walls Blown Down,
.,and Men Tossed ilbout the StreeIts.
CIxCIxxArr, Februar - 13.--A dis
patch1 fr'om Nashville, 'lenn., says that
I tornlad1o strulck tile city at 11 o'plock
last ntighlt, accompanlied1 by a h'envy
'ainl. Great dlamage wats done in diin
'er'ent pairts of' the city and goveral
ensuialties are r'ep)orted. rThe roofs of
ilihea's elev'ator, Burn's Biloek. and the
IEdgefield Ma inufacturing Comupan y's
bulldhig were blown away. A brick
wtali of tile newY Customfhouse fell wviti
a ce'ash from the thiu'd story to the eel
lai'. The Merchant's Exelhange was
badly. damlaged. Fitteen. dwellinga
anld twenty business houses were par1
A t 11.10 p. m. the wind was blowing
fort y miles an'hour'. Men were blown
dIowIn in the' street. ~A inini on1 a tresitle
bridge was bl.own from it and1( brokoa
leg." All trains were'~foreed to lie iup
on account of trees and r'aiis being
blown across the tr'ack. No estimate
of the loss Is made. IRhea & Sons are
the heaiest loser's, the nrooring of
their elevator1 exp)OSing twenty thois.
and 'bushels of whbeat to a flood of r'ain.
-A number of feght cars which wer'e
stanlding Onl the LouisvIlle and Nash
villle RtaIlroad were pr.eIIgtatei down
nit emabankmnent. Tile dam~ge. in the
city alone is estienahtegJ i'. 8100,060, but
bi thiecouhlt'y It 'cann6t. be'. appr'oxl.
mated. Several lives are repor'ted
--. very oild lady on her death-bed,
in a p~enetial mood, said' "1 wvas a
great. ainne or~noa thalp eighty yearu
and Aidln't knowit'E Anm old darukey
womani, whid bla'live41\wth h'd a long
tinme, exolhnedI "Lors! I *knowedI il
all the timo
8OUT1r CAROLINA NEg H.
-Only eleven miles of the Green
wood and Augusta Railroad remain to
-Patont air brakes are being put on
all the passeiger trains of the Green
ville and Columbia Railroad.
-It is relo-ted that the negroes in
the vicinity of Chester are holding
nightly meetings, but their Object is
-The subscribers to tie capital
stock of the Chester cotton factory will
meet in- Chester on next Monday fbr
the puriiose o1orgaizing.
- The average expense per mile for
keeping p til the county ibnce between
Abbeville aid Edgefield counties is
twenity-seven dollars a year.
--Ojwing to the advance in the price
of printinlg paper, the Columbia Regis
/er has been compelled to increase its
subscription price front seven to nine
dollars a year.
-The Chester Reporter says that
the (lentil of Mr. William Pratt' leaves
.Mr. John Lee, of the Armenia neigh
borhood, the only surviving soldier,
in that county, of the war of 1812.
-In nearly all the upper counties of
the State complaint is made that the
fly continues to destroy the wheat. All
reports agree that the recent snow and
ice tailed' to iestroy the pest.
-A fire t.t Barnwell C. H1. last Mor
day night destroyed Mr. Croniheim's
store and dwellinig with the entire con
tents of both. The lire was accidental.
Mr. Croiheim lived tip stairs over the
-At- an. election held in Aiken
county on the 6th inst., Capt. Geo. W.
Croft was elected State Senator from
that county, to till the vacaicy caused
by the resIgnation of the ho'n. A. P.
-Two voung white men and a ne
gro left Union county recently for
Florida, itending to make the ihole
trip in a small boat. They were in
Columbia making a sail 'whei last
-The Air Line Railroad Company
apl)reciates the iIl)ortanCe of a stock
law. Recently this Company signed
a contract. with1 the county commnisson
eis of Greenville to pay 'tly dolars
per mile of the cost of constructing the
-According to the United States
census of 1870, there were in South
Carolina, at that time, 12.490 white
Imales over twenty-one years of age
who could nrot write, and 70,830 color
ed males, over twenty-one years of
age, who could not write.
-Cornelius Scot t, colored, a Conl
viet working in Laurents county, m1iade'
his escape.several mont hs ago. Last.
Monday night one of tle penitentiarv
giards, who hlad been detailed t'o
capture another escaped pri 'on1er
known to he Inurkiig near Iastover,
heard that Scott, who lived in the
sliale tneighborlhood. Was. secreted in
his house. lin company with Trial
Justice P. H. Jorniier aid others lhe
prelmises were visiied, and Scott was
tfund under the house. Upo 11 de
inmand for his surrender lie refused to
comply, swearinig lie would not he
taken alive. It! crawled fr >m uinder
the house anid nade a rush to get
away, but wIas shot. by the guard, death
ensuig in a snort time.
-A-wqimns-ucwspaper has been
atartedh iniai. It is called the
WJomnqt, and is-leswnrmed to proote
thne itrtsfworkiinmg w~onieni, par1
ticularly i n.the direction of mioral and
-"People, never conghl wvho take my
micine~i," wvrote a (qualck dloctorini hi's
advertisement and thle proof-readeIr
queriedl it with, "Is it so fatal as that?"
That quack doctor saw thre point.
FOR JUDGE.OF PROBATE.
3fessrs. ditor's :Please anit.onne the
presentt incumbent, J. Rt. Iloyles, Judge
of Prouarte, as a candidate for re-election
at the ensuing election, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic party at thn pri.
mauries, fly so doing you will oblige his
feb 14 -MANY FRIENDs.
FORl COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
The friends or Mr. James G. Heron, of
Salem, respectfully nominate him for the
omieo of' County Cotamissioner at the en
sung election- -subject to the action of
the Democratic primary..
J. E. McDONALD,,
ATTORNEY AT LA w,
.NO. 8 LAWV itANGE,
wINNsBoRIO, s. C.
rw' In Rear of Court House.
GOODINM & ELLIOTTs
Having associated Ourselves together
for the purpose of earrying on the
GROCERY AND SUPPLY TRADE,
WI e beg to-inform our friends and thle
Ipublic that wehave on hand at full stock
of Cofle '.. Sugars. Flour, Molasses,
Buck wheat, Hams, Canned Goods, etc.,
togethle)' with Bacon Meal, Shoes, Nails,
and1 all stuch articles as are required by
persons desiring advainces.
We are also prep~ared to fturnish first
class Guanos at fair purices.
Rt. C. GOODING,
T. K. ELL0'I'T.
NSW lAL 1111111 DMK
- OQK AND COPY REST.
ONE of the handiest and most popui
lar Inventions of modern times. Can
Kbe attached to any arm-chair without
trouble.. Pilce, $8.50, $3.00 and $2.60.
For par-ticeula rs, addresa
W ~ . McBRIDE SMITH, AOT.,
jan ' ' Winnsboro, S. C.
P REE TO ALL.
- .4 - - O * -1.00 ITumx.
1A1li 1,1RSI, C Goodich and
SP1~erless Iishs-,3Mtatoes. at
lowest cash prices.
r J M.nuEATY & .
IN 20TS. AND SI BOTTLES.
Its propertles are Demuloent, Nutri
tive Balsamic, Soothing and Healing.
_Combining allthse qualitis, it is the
most effective LUNG BALA3 ever
offered to endPu erer-om pulmonary
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
of Now York, voluntarily indorses it. g -
-READ WHAT HE SAYS:
1*UIV -uT. Now Yo k. Sept., 19.18IS.
Doar 6jr- During this year I v.d.ed u no huttdrc
tass of lung d seases. n tho lwer w rds of the
Olt the cssfro of a very severe t is. it was
there my a wa1to Talledautt xpetr,
and I conies. any sur,uuiso at its wonders ul power.
uring a practice of twenty year. I have nevo
nown a medicine to ac, as vromptly a with uch
happy atfucts. It, Instantly mubdued th morust violept
fits of conaghing and invariably cured the disease an
& few days. I heerfally inderse it as the best, lung
medticine A ever used.
J. FRANOIS IIAYWOOD, X. D.
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
(Offie,.vening News, Augusta, Os.
Dr. TUTT: Dear fiur-ly lttle son, was attacked
vth pnuunonia last winter .-lobc left -him with a
iolent cough that lasted til . thin a month since.
fortno cure of which I ain Indebted toyolir valuable
Expetorant. I had tried mot every thi r"co.
mended, but none did any ood until Luse ourlx.
pectorant, one bottle of which removed the cough
entirely. With many thanks, am our trul.
Had terriblo NIONT SWEATS.
Memphis, Feb., 11, 1871.
Dr. TUTT: sir-I have been suie.ing forioarly two
years with a severe cough. When I commenced ta.
king Tour Kxpectarant I was reducedto one hundred
suta siteen pounds inwht.a I aa ried almost
everything -had terrible night siveats. V have taken
half dozen bttles. The night sweats have left mae.
the cough list disappeared, and I havo gained fifteen
pounds n flesh. I recomend tto ai m fr ieds.
'Withrcnt rospeet. 0161 R A131V
Reader, have you caught a cold ? Are you an
able to raine the phlegm? Have you an irrita
tion In th throat? A senvo of Oppression on
the luugs, with short breath ? Do you have a
fit of coughlog on lying down ? A sharp pain
now and then in the region of tho heart, shoul.
ders and back? If so, our Advee iu take at
onec a doso of uit's Expectorant; you will soon
bo ablu to raIso the phlegm. In an liour repeat
the Expectorant, place a hot iron to the feet,tako
twoof Tutt'a ills. Yce" will soon fm into a
pleasant slep and wake upi Ia tic morning,
cough gone, lungs working freely; ensy breath
ing. and thIt bowels moviig in a natural inmnner.
To prevent a return of these symptoms uase the
Offce, 35 MurrayStreet N. Y
CURE E TOlPID LIVEll.
OUERE FEVEfl AND AGUE.
CURE SICK AKEADAUSllE.
001(J E 1IILUOUS C0106.
. TP1tivY IlE H1aOOD.
CUR E"l PILES.
CTAY it Ol Wussaus chaned to A 01oss
i AcK k at single piplication of this Dir. It o.
paris a ANaturol Color. acts Instantaaiconsly. and is
as iaruss as springr water. Sold by Druggis or
Bent by express ot I yceipt of s.
Offoo, 35 Murray St., New York.
OLD "CAVE" CORN
This is the simon purie article,
seized and sold1 by the United States
Governmnt. The regular "mnoon
U. G. DESPORTES.
Scuppernong Wine at 81.50 per
gallon. Delightful for Xmas.
U. G. DESPORTES.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles,
Br idles and Harness.
Call and examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Satisfaction
U. G. DESPORTES.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
JAMES W. LAW,
71o the .PubtiC.;
WVhy not insure your property ? See
tile cost of a per dicem expense:
Daily cost of insuring $1,000) at 3 per
cent peor annum is only 81 cents.
At 2& per cent. per annum is only 7 o.
At 1 jper cent. per annum is only 4 e.
At 1 per cent. per annum is only 25 c.
A tper cent. peor annum is only 2 e.
At per cent for 3 years is only 1.88 o.
It1 e cent. for 3 years Is only 1.356e.
At1per cenlt, for 5years is only 0.88oc.
At 23 per cent. for 5 years is only 1.10c.
Dwelling~s in town or country, detach.
ed, insurable at thet following rates, viz.:
For one year $ por cent.
For three years 1 4 per cent.
For five years '.i per cent.
Barns and contents, gin houses, baled
cotton, Rtore houses, merehand ise, infIls
and churchea insurablenat adequate rates.
I represent only the very best comnpa.
nies of long experience and well establish
JAMES W. LAW,
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDEDl AT THEI
GEORGIA STATE FAIR.
'For Chleatpness, Simplicity and
Durability tis Sheller standsl with
out a rival.
.PR ICE, ONL Y $5.00;
B. S. DESPORTEJS & 00.,
Agents, ftidgoway, 8. 0.
Wor Sale by
U. G*. DESPORTES8,
AS I expect to leave soon for Now York to pur
chase my SPRING STOCK, and having still on,
hand a great many desirable goods which I do
not wish to carry over, I will offer them chdap
er than ever. Also four new Buggies, very
JOHN L. MtMNAUGH,
UNTILYOU .y HA E4
Seen my stock of furniture, which is one of the larget, handsomest
newest, and heenpest, according to quality, to be found in Winnsboro. A
new supply of Chrowos, , icture Frames, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Windor
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Furniture c:ttly repaired at mod1erate price.
Lumber and Laths for sale. I am agent for a Door, Sa- i and w
Factory. All order promptly attended to. Also, ogent for tho Wheek
Wilson Now Improved Sewing Machine, and two others.
oct 18 -R. W. PHILLIPS.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
-WITH A FRESH STPCK OF
FALL ~AND WINTER GOODS,
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and the public generally
that we are now opening the finest and most complete assortment of Fal
and Winte r Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all the latest
styles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Trimmings
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES, HATS, CLOTING,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODENWARE, LUMBEB, ETC.,
which will be offered at very low prices; as we are determined to sell heap
er than the cheapest, and cordially invite all to call and see for themselves
I am also agent for the well-known. DAVIS, WEED and AMERIOAN.
SEWING MACHINES. J. 0. iOAG.
W E have now open, and will sell as low as any reliable house in town
our second supply of Fall and Winter Goods.
1 case Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 piecer other brands o( Long Cloth.
1 case Bessbrook Jeans.
pieces assorted Jeans and Cassineres.
pieees new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashimeres.
Blanknts, white and colored, Flannols, Linsays, Ginghams, Droni6
Homespiun', Plaid Homespuns, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, Hick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Boulevard Skirts.
A full sup ly bf white and colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and
Draweas, Bleac bed, lirown and Colored Half Hose.
* Clothing and Hats.
IOvercoats I Overcoats ! I Overcoats I I I
R For the ladies wi' have a n .ca stock of Ujndervests, Hosiery, Qloves,
'h$i g C fl r i ,d ';e "'. adi gs tnk I sertione, R ib v~ s , &o
White Good!, anch es Ninsooks, Jiconets. Ca s 11-cLawne.
orokeps, ,Wlehe.v ,$ ful-n lin of Tr Damask, Doyle0,
Notitunn in great variety.
Ladies' Misses' and Chuildren~'s Shoes.
Men's, Youths' ..nd Boy~s Boots. and -Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Sataoele,-and Umbrellas.
*In our-Grocery Departmet can be found ovi ad~ it oW
..We cordialiy invitea iapotoi of on tek
an uplease. -