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"iTU NEWS AND HERALD.
WINN.IOt., S. c.
TEESDAY, Fobruary 17, 1 : a 1880.
It. M1 RANRYs 1,A T S, FKt Iron.
J ItI. S. REYNOLDS. AssoulATS EVTOR.
THlE WESTEnN ~ovECRxonS AIIIE
against. Grant fand for Bayard.
Tn1' I IADELP1JTA Times remark
the great ulallinity with which the
DeiocIatic party desirqj (lie noina
tioni of Grant, an(d th(e cor-respoidinig
Solidity of the lRepublicani machinie for
Tilden. Either of the two, in the
opinion of the other party, could be
so easily beaten.
TJE EXiEerATION THAT TIE LAT
ex-Scrar Ut i oric would leave a mil
lion (14llars inl his will to Generial
Grant. has not. been realized. Old
Borie Was aixionts enough 14o help the
ex-President. along by giving a third
termi ind a larrgo Fak:ry, buit he
couldn't chiik of spem!lb1i1 any of his
Jown mtonley Onl himl. Suhis disjinter
A GENT1.E1I \N w11110 WAS 1.:N
during Gei"ral Gary's amirlrois inl
Charlesto'.writes tiait ht heard no
coiecis givon for. Snlator Im tii pbo)n
(ill ig (he s (eclh, and thatl lie has -imv
asked others who vere presentI, and
thiey sauy that they did not. As we ex
pressed an opiniion that. cheers for
Sellor Hamliptoni it a seeilade inl
honor of General Gary were not inl
good taste, we make this statement as'
AcCOin1N4 'rO S-r.TALWAT RDI.CA.
orgals the lending Demorait ic states
men are on the verge of' the grave.
Every week or tvo ir. Tilden suff'rs
a fresh stroke o' parialysis, and now
the snympa hi i r nation is harassed
with dettils 'M \Jr. Seyrirour's en
feebled condition. -According to these
veracious chronielers the least excite
ment throws Mr. Seymour into a
lelrvousia fit, le totters in walk
ing, like a drunken man, iand his
friends are m1om1enitarily expectintg
him to lapse into insanity. All this
because they are afriaid the Democrats:
will make Mr. Seyo1101 President.
whether or no. A fer the Democratic
Convention shall have iniiaited somle
one else, the Radical organs, with
great uianiIity, will congratulate
Mr. Seymour on his return to health.
TilE. NFw YORKc Ieru/d wi1l soonl
see its Irish Relief Fund doubled. Oi
8at urday' snibscr'iptionis haul aggregated
$191,000, of which the lhera/d gave
$100,000, the Bank of Nevada $25,000,
Mlackauy, the bonanza king, $1,00,
and an allvonyilous contributor $5,000.
While cavilers may charge the other
ontributors with ia selfish desire to
advertise themselves, this anmonsVIols
benefactor deserves all praise. There
is no ostent ation about him. Conl
tributions are p)ourinlg in fr'oi all
parts of' tile Unitted States to swell the
difibrenit funds, and the grand aggre
gate tmutst he)er near5 li t0r1 Ihud
thousand dlollars. The number 0f des0
titute ini Jreliand is placedl at three
hu11ndred thlouisando, men0, womenC1 m and
children, in the Catholic counties. Th'le
Protestant counties imake no0 com
WECAI,. 'TitE A TTFN'I'oN OF FAItMF~lts
and4. other cit iizens of)t F'airtiehd to 1the
-circular' issued by 1the. superintend< n'~
of thue census. It will be seen t hat the
census of' 1880 will emibrace the crops
grownu and hlarves'ted. in the year 1879,
with tihe exception of (lhe wool crop) to
be clipped this spring. It is to be
hiopedl that aull property owners anid
augricuilturiists wvill make full ret ur'n of'
auill produlcts. Nort hern falrmiersq are'
mneh more systematie ill keeping ate
colunts thani ar'e those 4.f1 the SouthI,
and1( the consequence is t hat the NorthI
al1wayVsgets itunch miore thIiim 1her prlo
potilonateshr ofcedit in the nuate
r'ial prosperity of (lie (co1m11ry. The
censuIs has always nud1(er-estimutedo
Somuthernm pr1oduts, anad biene.e the(im..
preCssion pra:ils that. It' Sout h is a
thrifiless, laz'y , impr;1atie-:d sec'tion.
1hfaer knlows how many131 pounds ot
butter or' honey lhe moakes ini a year,
and3( whtat Northern: lfarmier dloe.s not1 ?
WeT hope our3 peole will take a3 pa
triotic in1ter1est, ini seeing that our1t Statte
is Pr'operhy rantked ini tihe census.
A Choice Organ.
'We have receiv'ed from General
Le D~uc, we3 pre'sume, a1 copy of' the
Washington JWrld, contain ing an
article on the Agrilcultural lBure'au,
and1( ascilbing gireat praise to General
Le Dac, wV11ho eliaments are dephlIet
ed ini a woodl cut at the head1 of theo
column. Thie General would p~ass f'or one
otf the oiglnal "Phirates of' Pouzance."
We believe the Ureau Is doitng good
work, and1( we decidedly favor bring
ing it Into pr1omiinence. Bitt we ad
vise (lie hay-seed hero to get a mtore
imposing or'gan than te Wo:'ld afore
saidl. . The copy beforo us5 Is devoted
to the praises of Lo Duic, Sherman
and Hawley, assistant treasurer, andi
the denutnclation of thae Democr'ats.
. A pecullir feature of the paper is its
management of quotation imairks.
These are set all 0on0 way. It con
tegins an elaborate ar'ticle on "Clay
forms of the New Cr'eation," (mark
the points) hy Mrs. Eveleen L. Mason,
which begIns by telling us that
"Yod-he-vaw-he, -Is temysteioaus
name. among the Hebrews. It Is
composed of three let ters, yod (I or y)
he (A) and yaw or vat', ('V-f-or' u) ; and
- he repeated makes It tihe wol-d of fotir
letter's, flhe' tetragr'ammatoni;" and it
~'Pei'haps;h t'do clay forms only re
0 9i95 elay W rlmppofs anid clay nhter
%r~&%tonst ~o as a tiecessity,- in
6ao, that .Woman
1 ~a btWa the~y coith. be.
For woman (symbol reader by nature)
once loking uponi Slkenal, and
1ecogniziig there imiysteriousi reveal
ings of hir own iniost beinr, would
lalve gazed liniigotig ,antd fastink.
Clinging to he van' he yod, till uplifted
III ecstatic vision of possible humani
ty, fleed by her high empiro as imother
(f the race, she might have coie forthIi
and presented to a bru/alized u-readi/
world, (he Cabbalistic reading of' the
III these (hiy'- the (orld is Oler, and
Sb)aIl(, neCiI'ing pirier wisdoll, know
it is Ohe law of or-derilv lile that
throlough tie ecintripetal ald cenlritfu
gal (orces of' receiviig an1d giving
for6h trut h, the con nection wit Ii The
Throne is kept, 1p. Perhaps we
wOmllell have coie to the kingdom, for
such ia tiiie as this-'.o preseit to Our
Net/(on, tle Cabbalistic reading of the
iew t[Inidl Nalil, which men believed
Incolmiinlicable. liitherto it has
been read~ 1from right, to reft or not at
all an1d this has kept the world u pside
down. The i tie Is ne1ar inl which
wollshipipei. liviig in and reading
Cl(hdbb/ier(////. froimi left to ri'iglt, ihe
long lost Name, we shall recover the
Power of' he rrere he Yo// Til!, INTE~L
i1,CTIA LIwE o -rin-1 I'N'Rl-u'rUAI.
IY.II) Wi.Ir-sll be i Wu.'orIKL ONxI, i
Divi.e lhinn, the redemption of inl
divillal. ot thiniily and of our now
staggelring' Onle sexNocraev P
WNe. donl't knlow what all tis meanls,
ot eCourse. Nobody is' ex pected to
kiow. But we are very Inuch afraid
General Le I)uc has been keeping
companly whii Satii I. Anthony. and
Phebe Cozzenls, while I the lbogs have
been rootinag I' his 'tater patch, and
atili ipmpkils. Wake . ul, old
fellow, or you won't got to be Presi
IMPOLAN T TO i.1URMEIS.
Informnation About-thetI Ommi-What Items
Will be- Exptedi of Theman.
FIANT Il1.., S. C.. Feb. 1t, 1880.
.Mlessrs. 1dif//ors: I have received
f'romii tle Interior Department, Wash
ilgtol, D. C., the enclosed circular
with a r'equvest that fairmiiers of this
couit-y be m11ade lcquinted with
what wil be expected of' theiml in an
swering the questions which Will be
put by tle census-take' wheni le
comes round. lie will imake his ap
pearlince about tle 1st of June or lit
least before tile 15th. It would help
al1 purties i'every olne enigaiged ill the
production of any of the articles men
tionied inl (le schiedule would make a
statement it their leisure and keep it
ready. It would also be well if those
who see the notice in youN' paper
would m1entioll it to those whot do not
take it. It ioild 1e better if' tle)
wouhl r'econillinild tll of those who
are not subscribers to seid heir names
and tle price of one:ya's subscrip
tion at once to (ItO Editors, who I
know'will keep them well posted in
all important matters which will take
place inl 1880.
The circular is as follows:
The agriculturil schedule annexed
to the Act. of' 1850, which is ialso maiiide
ia part o' tlie Act of M'arch 3, 1879, pro
v'iding for the e TII enth Census, r !equires
a report of' the chief' prodi.c'ions of
agicueilturiie "duing the yeari endted
LJune1 1.'' 2Now, there is 'no distinect.
igricultuiral year w hich ends1 on (lhe
tii'st- of' June1, 1111d t.heire is reausoni to
believe hilt .he( siat i't'es of algiuetlture'L
fr'om 1850, to 1870, in i'egard to mzany~
of' (lie pr1inlcipail produLcts, emnbr'acell
pori'ons of two dlifl'eren1t cr'ops', inaus
match'l as the enumlleraltion1 was pro
1raicted thr'oughi three, four', and1( even'
lyve iiionthis. By tihe Act appr~lovedi
March 3, 1879, however', it. is prlovidled
that (11( TIenthi Censuis shall be taken
and1( comp~leted tirinhg thie mionth of 0
June11, 1830. This prov'isionl gr'eatly3
reduc the liability to errior' whielh
As (lie enumeration commlences on
tile ti'st of June1 and( closes on1 0or be
for'e thie thir'tiethall, 4th le crops which
areW g'athiered Once a1 yeCar will fall
lpreft 1c (learily' on 01ne sidle or' thie otheri
ot' the dividinig line. 'lTus the cotton
eropl replor'ted ill thie cenlsus will be
that of' 1879, g'athere'd in tile (tall of'
that yearl; while(lie wool clip 01'
"w~ool crop"' will he0 thait of' the spini
of' 18-e'xcept inl portions of' Cali
tinia andit Texas, whiere both a ('all
and1( a1 spr'~ig clliptare secured. F"or
certin(lii otf (lhe pr'oduct ions of' aicui'el
t ure, thiere is no( hiarvest , iln the ~ usual
sense5 of' that term1); but thec pr'oduct is
gatheired we'tek by' week, 01' daiy bv
daiy, as it. matui'es. Milk, buttei',
cheese, mleait ill in to this class.
Ini view oft thie i'rquiremen~lts of thie
law .~, m1id( of' the great imp~lortnceL of'
ive to agiuliure, it is deemed to be
highlly dIesirabtle thant far nor1s shiould
prepae 'theselves in advaiice to gv
theu inftorniimt ion with prompiltneCss and
acceuracy. It is ur'genitly recommilenld
als and (lie oflcers of' agricultural
so)cieties and clubs give puiblicity to
this anniouncemuent, and thadit alhl per1
sons engaged ini agricultui'e who shall
ireceive this circular', 01' shaill see it in
thie plublic pr'ints, malke notes5 from
tiime to timie of' the1 qu1an)titie5 and
vailuesC of' their severa'1t crops) gatheried,
and t he num lber' of' acres of' land1 planlt
ed, mn ord(er that their statenenits,
w~hen made to thie enumerators, may
he of thie highest possible value. To
remove alny dloubts fliat may11 arise
conerining the crops to be r'etur'ned
in the census, the f'ollowinig table prie
ents8 (lie sev'eraul Cr'ops speifcally
men~itionied in (lie agr'iclturlal schedule
arran ged accoi'dingly as thlev fall into
the caIlend~ar 1879, or' that of' 1880,- or
are to be r'eturned (for thie twelve
months begining Junie 1, 1879, and
closing May 81, 1880.
The cenusl ill contalii a retui'n of
both acres and bushels of' the 'follow
ing crops for' thie year' 1879: Wheat,
corn, rye, oats, ba'ley,- buckwheat
and potatoes; of cotton, acres and
bales; of' tobacco, hops, flax, and ice,
acres and poitids; -of. pentse, beans,
elover seed, gr'ass seed aind flax seed
pouinds; of huny and1( hemp, acres asud
tonls; of sulgar'-catie and( sor'ghlum,
acres, p~oun~ds of' suigar and glions of,
mnolasse~s; of' boos, (lie number of!
hives, pounds of wax' and .pounds of;
honey; of orchards, vineyardt's and~
gar'doe, acres amid value-; pounds(1 of,
buter ndcheese, gallons of milk, and
value of' slaughiterod anihmls, forest
prodnets amnd home maniufactures;~ of
the cra~p of 1880, the numbor of fleeces.
of wool and the niumber of.- pounds
will also be r'equi'rbd.: iho Ot -43ru~
issuedeby Fr'ateis.A. Wall(0r, nt~'
tenident of theocoes.
-Pay your, subsrip~ 4ri
N 'W O1V8 1?2'tI DA1Y.
-General (.rantjand his party Allied
fComn 11avag on Fridily.for Vera C x.
-,ilerO-is a conltention In San Fran
Oised.m 40 o.o-shallpity Gen. 9rant's
-dIssMxwy Andorson, the actress,
has biught, tf.'$13,000 the hoaso-of
Matthew Onini3tig, it Long 1ranl6h.
-Dilegatos from Albany to the New
YorkState liepublican Convencltionl Were
choseni last Friday. They are solid for
-The iemployed laborers of Dub
liII held another demonst ration on Frl
day. In thelir speches ihe declared
that. they were mn the bij'4 of starva
-The Treasury Depar(ment at
Washigtoi the other dav purchased
350,)Om0 ouitces o1'silver iir .Ole use of
the mints-at, Philadelphia and Now Or
-WashiI"ton Terri tory has i lected
Blaine delegates to the Chicago Co I
ventionl. but, unfortuniatelv for Mlr.
Illine, territorial delegates can not
-Hlon. Caleb N. Taylor, delegato
t'romt Bucks county, Pa.', to the Chica
go Convention, will declhie to obey
iistritefions; and will vote for Bllainou.
-The 1ichnond, Va.. Irish, Relif
Society 1has- collected $3.,588, which wi.1
)e SenIt. toi the Most Rlev. Archbishop
McCUabe anl the Most lRev. A rchbi-hop
i'ench, of .Dublin, to be distributed
wit hout, reglrd to creed.
-A meetinog of fie National Demo
eratic Comnittee has been called to
meetit atWilar-d's Hotel. Waslington,
1). C.. on Monday, F, br.marv 23, to
fix (lie time and place for holdinig the
next National Democratic Convention.
-Edward S. Palmer, Presidenlt of
I-he LOoiSianla SavinIgs Bank and Safeb
Deposit Com33paly, has been coliVicted
of embezzling on June 28, 1879. $47
437 belonging' to or deposited in that
-1he0 President ha11s issued a procla
mltion wallinifg evil-dis.posed persons
contempint III,-,- Intrusion upon the In
dianl territory that. the governmen1clt will
prev(nt such uilawfu acts by the use
of military force if necessary.
--Seniator Lamar rcturned to Wash
ington on Sat3rd1iy. He is still oblig
ed to use a crutch,* but. otherwiso ap
pears to be inl exce len1t physical and
mental condition and is inl good spirits.
IHe resuined his seat ill the Senate oin
-S. ii. BrI nmmnel, editor of the JRn
pri se, was shot ahd fatally wounded at
Ilallister, Cal., last Thirsday by. G.
W. Cairlton, editor of' the T'Iegraph.
1rumminel hadt been cnlled a horse-thief
in 1 irltoi's paper, and Carltonl, being
called to accolult,. Iv Brumme1ll, drew a
pistol an(d shot tile latter ill th1e head.
-lPrederick Warren has beel arrest
ed lit Philadelphia, chiirged with swill
dlinig operatiols in colilisio) wiith a
m1an lIllmed Mr IV. 1 rvllil. The m
established b'ogus eOnnissioi honses
tiere1 and ill New York, and swindled
their victims out of forty or fifty thous
-At. a meeting of flie Philadelphia
Colmmercial Exchilrango last week, it
was resolve(d to- appoinacot i coil)ictee
of twenltv-live to obtain supplies of
flour an3d graill for the Irish sull''ers.
It was SIlgested that. I vesscl be sent
fromt that port with tie Provisions col
.-At. Columbia, Tein., last Fr'iday-,
[[ii ltalcoinb struIck and1( knocked
down Alill. Carter'. Carter' thenl . shot
[Halcomnb inl -the face, killn hhiim. -it is
said that. Cater wish~ed t~o marry'' lal
comb's (dughter, but, that Ilhcomub
h1:'d torbidden thie match anud ordcereod
Carter' to leave, or' he would kill both
him1 a~nd the lady.
-T. J. Powers, a wealthy manufact
nirer' of' cotton41 seed (11l, of St. Louis,
h1av'ing factor'ies ini Vicksbur11g . and1 St.
L~ois, wtho wenLut to Phiiladelphia re
ctly ' to conisult lmdial authori tioe
iln regard to his health, alccidIentally
shot himiself thrtough tl.e heaxrt o'a
TJhml S !ayi aftern'Ioon at his r'oms in thme
Continental Jhotel. Mr. P'owpras was
one0 of the coPunl1issioners'. from Missis
sippi~ to the ContiaClIIl Exhibition.
-Reoperts fr'om Tennessee, Kentue
ky, and WVest. Virginia showv that great
1ra inl and(1 wind( stor'ms passed over' those8
States on Thur'sday nlight. and1( on Sat
urday ; washting aw~ay br'idges and do
myi great diamiage to thle gr'owinlg r'op)s
and1( otheri property.- Tfhe Ohio river'
hais r'iSen r'a pily' at Frankfort, K~en
tucky. A t LIayfield, Ohio, a famlyl
o1' mne1 persons11 were' drlowned whiileo
tryinlg to escapeO from a house wvhile
surr~ounIded by water.
- At a meetinig of . St. Louis Mer
chanits on 'Change last wveek, $2,500 in
money', 3,00() barrlels of floutr, an~d va
r'ious lots of' pork, corn, beef broiad and
other' artticles, Wvere conltribted to the
Merchant's Exehanage Irish relicef hund,
and1( twenty-flye 0or thirty committees,
represent1l ing dIi ierenlt b ranches of but
smeIss, were0 appointed, and1( will ennl
v'ass the city at on1ce. It is.. believed
that a ship load of food andl other' sup1
l~lies will be raised in a very short
A T1ERRIBLIE TORNADO.
Serious Damage in the eCity of Nashvnllo-.
IBundi1ng Unroofedi, Walls Blown Down,
*and Men Tossed Ilbout the Streetg,
CINCINNATI, February 18.--A dis
patch from1 Nasihv~ille, T.enni., says that
at torna~ldo struclk the cityv at 11 o'lock
last nighit, aIcco11mned by a h'eavy
r'ainl. Great damage was (101ne in dir
feont jar'ts of' the city' and goveral
casultimes ate treported. Thle roofs of
lhea's elevator', 13urn's Block, and thte
Edgefleld Mainfacttring 'Company's
buildhng were blowni away. A brick
wvall of the ne0w culstomhouse fell wvithi
a crash from the thiird story to the cel
lar'. The Mer'chant's Exchange wvas
badly. damiaged. Fifleen-- dwellfngs
ando t wenty busiess houses were par11
At 11.10 p. m. the wind wvas blowing
fortyv miles 'an'hor'. Men were blowvn
dowvn in1 thle' sti-cot. 'A malln011 a trestle
brihdge was blpwn from it and btrokea-a
leg.'. All trains wore''for'cedl to lie up,
on account of tr'ees and rails being
blowyn across tho track. No estimate
of thme loss is made. .Rhhen & Soins are
thte heaviest losetrs, the unirooring ofj
their elevatotr exp[Osing tweirty thons
and bushels of wvheat to a flood of raina.
-A number of freight catrs which wer'e
stanidinmg ou the Louisville and' Nash
vilhle Rlrload were pr'eil9.tate(1 doivnt
an1 emmbnkment. The damilge. in the
city alonie is.estigiate. 6t $10,O60, but
'i the countrly it can inIt. be' approxi
mated. beveral lives are reported
-4 very old lady on her death-bed,
in a peniteiltial mood, said: "1 was a
gr eat,sDtn'o f.l tan tJglity year's
*aja.dIl 't . knotI'' An old darkey
wvomami, who ai lhe(d,\vibi- a long
tinle, exclaimed, "Lo's! t ' knowed ft
all tho tine."
OUT1 CAROLINA NEs.
-Only eloven miles of the Green,
wood and Augusta Railroad remain to
-Patent air brakes are being put on
il the passenger trains of the .Ureon
Mie and Columbia Railroad.
-It is reiported that the negroes in
he vicinity of Chester are holding
lightly meetings, but their object is
-Tile subscribers to tihe capital
stock of the Chester cotton factor)' will
neet In Chester on next Monday for
0he purpose ot'organizing.
-The avragoe exense per mile for
keeping Ill) le coitv tiee botween
Abbeville ai Edgefield counties is
,wenty-seven dollars a year.
-wing to the advance In the price
)f printing paper, the Columabia Regis
or has been compelled to increase its
ubseription price froim seven to nine
lollars a Year.
-The Chester Reporter says that
lie death of Mr. William Pratt leaves
\1r. John Lee, ot' the Armenia neigh
Jorhood, the only surviving soldier,
i that county, ot the war of 1812.
-In Iearly all the upper counties of
lie State complaint is Iade that the
Iv continues to destroy the wheat. All
-eports agree that I lie recent snow and
cO failed to dest'oy the pest.
-A fire i.t Barnwell C. 11. last Mor
lay night destroyed Mr. Cronheim'i
store and dwelling with the entire con
:ents of both. The fire was accidental.
Ar. Cronheim lived up stairs over the,
-At an. election held in Aiken
younty on the 6th inst., Capt. Geo. W.
Droft was elected State Senator from
that county, to till the vacancy caused
by the resignation of the 1lon. A. 1.
-Trwo voung white men and a ie
.9ro left Union county recently for
LOlorida, intendinig to make the whole
trip in a small boat. They were in
olumbia making a sail 'when last
-Tle Air Line Railroad Company
ippreciates the importance of a stock
law. Recently this Company sigiled
I contract with the county conllisson
3r-s of Greenville to pay fifty dollars
per mile of the cost of constructing thu
-Accorinig to the United States
,ensus of 1870, there were in South
narolina, at that time, 12,490 white
inales over twenty-onienyas of age
who Could not write, and( 70,830 color
-d males, over twenty-ono years of
ige, who could not write.
-Cornelius Scott, colored, a con
viet working in Ilurens county, Imado'
is escape.,several mothis ago. Last.
Nioiily naiglt one of tle peiitent iariy,
uar'ds, who had been detailed t'o
'apture another esclped pri lsoneri I
nowin to be lur kin g iear Eastover,
lcard that Scott, who lived inl the
uano neighorh o liood, was. secreted in
lius bonse. In company with Trial
Justice P. 11. Joyiiera an11d others the
wrcmises were visited, and Scott, was
ronnd under the house. Upon a de
nand 'or- his surrender he relused to
omply, swearing he would not he
akeni alive. lie crawled fr Im uider
lie house and made a rush to get
twiay, but was shot bV tle guard, death
suimg im a short time. .
-A-we iirs newspaper has been
taediPai. t is called the
Womqtt, airiidesjkened to p~romlote
he initcreets3t 'workiing wonien, par
ietulairly in .the dllrclion of~ moral anid
-"People, never congh who take my
nedhicinie," ivrote a quiack doctor-ini hi's
idvertisenien t and thle proof-reader
jucried it with, "Is it so fatal as that?"
l'hat quack doctor saw the point.
FOR JUDGE.OF PROBATE.
Messr~s. Jadifors : Please amo.ounce the
presenit incumbent, J. R1. lioyles, Judge
>f Protnate, as a candidlate for re-election
t the ensuing election, subject to the ac
ion of the Demiocratic party at the pri.
:naries. By so doing you will oblige his
feb 14 -MANY FmEnNos.
FORl COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
The friends of' MY. James G. Heron, .of
Balem, respectfully nominate him for the
>ffce of County Commissioner at the on
m'mng election- -subject to the action of
he Democratio primary.
jan 17- ta*
J. E. McIDONALD,
ATTORINEY AT LA w,
NO. 8 L AW .RANGE,
W In Rear of Court Houso.
ROODING & ELLIOTTs
Hlavi ng associated ourselves together
for the purpose of carrying on thme
[GROCERY AND SUPPLY TRADE,
We beg to-inform our friends and the
public that -we have oii hand a full stock
of Cofib'e . Sugars. Flour, Molasses,
Buck wheat, llams, Canned Goods, etc.,
Logetheir with Bacon Meal, Shoes, Nails,
aid all such articles as are required by
persons desiring advances.
We are also prepared to furnish first
elass Guanos at fair prices.
R. C. GOODING,
T. K. ELLIOTIT.
NEW lAL 1111111 DESK[
-DOQIC AND COPY REST.
ONE of' the handiest and most popu~
lar InventIons of modern times. Can
be attached to any arm-chair without
troule.C. Price, $8.60, $3.00 and $2.60.
For partiletlarms, add resn
WV. McBRibE SMITH, AGT.,
PREE TO ALL
.- .a* ou
jAlILY1ROS~I( Goodhiceh anid
I Peress I:bsh. aptatoes at
lowest cash prices.
.* M. BEJiATY& CO.
IN 250TS. AND $1 BOTTLES.
Its properties are Demuloent, Nutri
tive Balsamic, Soothing and Healing.
Combining all these qualities, it im the
most efreotive LUNG BALSAX ever
offered to suflerers from pulmonary
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
of New York, voluntarily indorees it. 0 -
-READ WHAT HE SAYS:
1a.UIV & Now Yo It. Sept., 19. 1911.
Oar bir-During this year I v.,ed n io hundred
cases of lung d goases. In tho luwor w .rds of the
ithe a so a vy * i. It. was
there oy ro o wa a toTuta pectorant,
amdc nos y sur,,riso at it. weaduraul power.
uritg a practico of twenty years. I have never
knowu a umedicine to aol, as vromptly ant with such
happy sikots. It. nstanatly subdued ti mnogt vilopt
pil of coughing and invarably wured thu disvase in
few day . I ourfully indorse it, aa the best lung
lmedicine I ever used.
J. FRANOIS HAYWOOD, BL D.
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
Office -veningi Newo, Augusta. Ga.
Dr. TUTT: Dear iir-My it, son, w attacked
with pneumionia last winter v tch left -bim with a
violent cough. that lasted tiii thin a mouth since,
fortue cure of which I ian Indebted toyour valuable
RX[eUtirant. I had tried afot everything roceni
mended. but none did anygo untiLuse your t.
peutarant, one bottle of which removed tho cough
entirely. With many thanks, I am 1 GLE.
Had terriblo NIHT SWEATS.
Memphis. Fob., 11. 1871.
Dr. TUTT: Bir-i have been sufiering formarly two
ears with a severe onuh. When I commenced ta.
IngF your Kxpectoorant I waa reduco dtoono hundred
an sixteon pounds in weight. h bad ied anost
everything- had teible night sweats. Ihave tken
half dozon bottles. The night sweats have lof me,
the cough has disAppeared, and I have gained fiteen
pounds i lesh. I rocainmeudlit toallm fRien
'With grcatros'peot, OLIVR ~I(JRi.
Reader, have you caught a cold ? Are you un.
able to raino tIe Iphlegin ? Have you all irrita.
tion in the throat ? A sense of oppression on
the lugi, with short breath ? Do yom have a
fit of coughing on lying down I A sharp pain
now and tihen in the region of the heart, shoul
ders and back? If so, our Advice in take at
one a dose of ''utt's Expectorant; you will soon
bo able to raise the phlegm. In an hour repeat
the Expectorant, place a hot Iron to the feet,tako
two of Tutt's Pills. Yc.x will voon f:al Into a
pleasant slep and wake up lu the nornling
cough gone, lungs working freely; easy breath
flg. niuthe1 boweis inovlug in a naturafintanner.
To prevent a return of these symptoms use the
Office, 5 Murray Street, N. Y.
CUM E TORPID LIVElt.
OEMUM FEVEl, AND AGUE.
CUMT' PILCK SKEADAOME
c VtE all,1EoUs CO.C
. PuttlY TI:E BIL[D.
GRAY Iit Olt WHxxa:E~tS Changed to a GLoqGs:
B iAwt by i single application of this Dyg. It Im.
pails a Naturali Ujiutr, auts Inst-antaneoosly, and is
siuls assprin ater, old by Druggist.or
sen t.by express on rceipt of $1.
OfiMeo, 35 Murray St., New York.
OLD "CAVE'" CORN
This is tho simon pure article
seized and sioldl by the United State
Governmn t. The regular "moon
U. G. DESPORTES.
Scuppernong Wine at $1.50 pe:
gallon. Delightful for Xnmas.
U. G. DESPORTES.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles
Bridles and HaIirness.
Call and examine my stock befor<
purchasing elsew here. Satisfactioi
U. G. DESPORTES.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
JAMES W. LAW.
7lo the Pul'ic:
Why not insure your property? Se
the cost of a per dienm expense:
Daily cost of insuring $1,000 at 3 pe
cent per annurn is only 8) cents.
At 2per cont. per annum is ony 7 c
At 1 per cent. per annum is ony 4<
At I per cent. per annum is only 2( c
A per cent. peor annum is only 2 c.
At per cent for 3 years is only 1.88 c
At 14 per cent, for 3 years is only 1.36
A t 1 per cent. for 5 years is only 0.88 c
.At.2 per cent. for 5 years is only 1.3 c.
Dwellin ga in town or country, detaucli
ced, insurable at the following rates, viz,
For one year ( por cent.
For three years 14 per cent.
For five years '- per cent.
Barns antd contents, gin houses, balet
cot ton, store houses, mpehand ise, m ill
anti oeburches9 insurableal adequate ratos
I represent only the very best compn
nice of long experiene and weoll esitablisl:
JAMES W. LAW,
.nov 22-Gm Aet
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT TH:
GEORGIA STATE PAIR.
'For Cheapness, Simiplicity an.
Durability this Sheoller standcs with
out a rival.
.PR IC E, ONL.Y $5.00J
R. S. DESPORTES & CO.
Agents, flidgeway, S. C.
For Sale by
JQO ~~8*ros Wnnsboro, 8,' 0.
49e 28..8 nos
'I. -' .
AS I expect to learo 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 ch6ap
er than ever. Also four new Buggies, very
JOHN L. MiMNAUGH,
UNTIL YOU j~( ~jgu gg
Seen my stock of furniture, which is one of the larget, handsomest
newest, and cheixnost. accordin- to ouality. to be fonna in WinAni1.. A
new supply of C 1romos, , icture Framos, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Windor
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Furniture rnettly repaired at mollerate price.
Lumbser and Laths for sale. I am agent for a Door, Sv h and 13i
Factory. All order promptly ottendol to. Also, ogent for the Wheok
Wilson Now Improved Sewing Aichine. and tw, others.
.oct 18 R. W. PHILLIPS.
THE LLEPHANT. HAS COME,
-WITH A FRESH STqCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GODDS,
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and the publie generally
that we are now opening the finest and most complete assortment of Fall
and Wintf 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, CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODENWARE, LUMBEB, ETC.,
a 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 MERICN
SEWING MACHINES. DAIS.WE and M ARUA
I E havs now open, and will sell as low as any reliable house in town
WV our second supply of Fall and Winter Goods.
1 case Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieces other brands ot Long Cloth.
1 case Bessbrook Jeans.
pieces assorted Jeans and Cassimeres.
pieres new style Prints. -
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Caslmeres.
Blanklts, white and colored, Flannely, Linsay Ginghams, erok
Hotnespuns,, 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
Drawei 9, Bleached, Brown and Colored Half Hose.
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats I Overeonts ! 1 Overcoats I I I
Fuor thG ladie w a ve i nc stock of Underves, loves,
Ruffling,. 4Q01141 A 1nd Caffs. IEdghuige *nk Insertionh, Tlti, &o.
he "Pinnfi (3," "Jnnu,' ",d" uand "Beatrico k
White Guou, snoh i s inooks, Jicotto Cd a Lawti.
Towvels, Diealcel ask, Doowu$laeoos,
Notio.ns in great variety.
Ladies' Miss' and Children's 8hoes.
Men's, Youths' tand Boy's' Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Sataobiple and Umbrellas.
pines our Grocery Departp c4:an be fouhd~oe ~ eflEtl~