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'THE NEWS AND R ERALD.
WINN.SAM)o, 8 ,
tWtgWflM, Viaraw 24, t u 1680s.
A~ r" AV4 .W Ik.4 ivo JVptIVm.
QAfD, A XarxLI*S. A"our.lr Mn9oS.
2:W YtK se, -vroe::ra.r tallowling
II the path of PnVn14%ylvania. heI
Orant uei lmve etried the day at
tulost it Iiiau.4y. Geor01ge 'William
CurtiK, editor of lI/(rper's W1reviy.
and the iefAler ol* tie AntI-Grant Re
publicans, was badly defeated as the
delegate relin his district. There can
be lit.the doubt now that Grant will be
nominated. Wlhetlier Ie will be
elected is4 a difrenItmatter, but the
iteitiom of the third-termers is to
have him count. hhnAIself iI andtu scize
the government. This ie will doubt
less (to mnless the majority be decided
arrailst him. It woull be a decisive
And.histin1lg rictory for conlstitutionlal
prilnciples It raat should be nomil
naitd and defeated. To beat him,
With :all IliIt his candiildney implies,
would he 16 establish the Republic so
curely ihr the next half century. But
(4r41t once ll. ild the substanice is
gonie, thigh Il the4 form of government
may continue republican for years
-Tgi. Te year opeins quietiv
enmough, bir its close will be marked
by tihte aiost-iltense political struggle
that, has yet taken ihee.
A Word to Senator Hill.
Senator Hlill hus written a letter to
t'ie Augusta Ecues defending his
CorsI ill advocittinig the loliilnationi of'
Par. )iI SlIililons. Ainong otler
thiiigs, ie propouds the fullowinr
question to his o(nstitlelnts:
Do you tihink that those of u 4 who
voted for- Ilorace (Greelev for the high
est oiliee lit tle country, after he de- I
IoituI IS all as "coruitipt secession
tratitors" tn thousand time~s, and pub>
lished it to aill the world, ought to be
come h//1lerica/ lit tile idea of Sim
mns getting ia little onliec worth five
hulndred llolllars, becauise he applied
the sate words. to a few mI enl who 1had
aulsed ainld cursed himl), aind used the
woris olyI onei, ail to olie IInI, in
at letter which wits not to published?
Or. are aill the Northern people to be
to(ld now fliat in voting for li. Gree
ley we Werv all hyipot rites,, only seek
ting to Aeni8 himek 11to power? Is that
the way to) pro/eel Soultern honor
an11d help the I)emtocratiti party?"
We voubll bev pleasedl to have the
o'loquitieit (eorn-innII answer the follow
hig (utestols. 1i( 1lornce. Greeley
write, coulflentially or otherwise, to
the Liberal lktpubilican Coutvenation,
begging It to nominate him to the
"highest ofllve in the Country " In or
der that le "ight gain a conisidera)le
victory of no inei import ance over the
corrupt s-sesslon traitors"? And
hadt(] lie written such i letter would
the "couipt osessession traitors" have
endorsed him it Baltimore? Or had
Senator 11111 lressed thl clis of such I
a man befotire the l)emiocratic Coinven
tioni, or' vo~ted for hhn, would lie not
haave beei naged, politically if niot
persotnall, as hilgah as Ilamian by thte
"hIystetrealI" people1 of Georgia, withl
ini ten tminutues after the repotrt of his
actioni had reached tile State? Is there
any atitilogy whiatever betweeni the
case of ilorace G reeley, whio had1( itn a
thoiiiuand wafys autonedu for whtatever
unkind remnarks he ni ny have previous
ly madei regatding the Souith, and thant
of P'arson Sinmmons wiho was caught
red-handed in thte very act of vituperta
tion-whtose calumny Is ai part of the
're y'~es themiselveu? 'Was Greelev
ii Ill bjird thaut fouiied hise ownt nest?
]>id he nlot at least have the grace to
punt Masona atnd Dixotn's line bet ween
himselfand those lie assailed with
.opprobrious epilthets?. Whence has
Sentator' 11111 derived this extra-Judoicial
equipose that eniables him alone of all1
the sevenaty-suix members of the United
States Senate to rise abiove party at4
he is reporited to havec done oni a re
enit vote in that body' ? Such freedom
from blas Is tonehinigly b)eautiftul, but
it Is a little out of place ini nineteenth
coutur polities, and1( belongs ratther
to the ntillengnial epoch when the lambi
will be able to repose p~eacef'ully In
the arlaR of' th iton0 wIthout haintg
p)revioulsly t-iken out an accident in
iluranee p)olicy. hits not Seniator 11111
livedl long enmoughi to know that the'
woridsi "corrutipt Sessession tralt ors"
hi ive far less signiflelance whien uttered
by a Northerni than by a Southierni
t mngue? A Northern 1Republicnn,
Blam for istance, rolls out the
words untttuously. With lhii it 18
politics. Stage business, nothinig
more1. The Soutithernt Isadlial hisses
them between his teeth. WIth Iimti it
Is maalgnity. Who that have paussed
through 1Ueconastrucetion in the South
doi not kntow that such utterances were
but preludes to fresh steals or new
outrages? And having felt the pols
onedl ptanig of the serp~ent once, will
they inot ever after fear his irattle?
contituency, THEK NKws AN'D IIER
A?.! hats wvatchied carefumlly the e.n.rse ->f
politIes it huis State, and lhas admir
eil the brillianit caireer of Senator 11111,
.ver' has lie shone snore brightly
thii In hIs dlfefncs of the Soutfr
agattt JIopubl~teani slanders ini the
Senate. How, after all thIs, he can.
si quietly and l.ear' himself stIgma
tIzed as a "cormupt sesse esfon traitor,"
and snoreover defend his traducer
from a virtuously enraged public, Is a
oonunudrumt that Is givens up on this
side0 of the Savanniah. This Is,Iideed,
*the ago of iracles.
Trhe courso of Senator .Gordon and
ofio (te Chonice a'pi Constiuatoali
a~1t houedeavorhaw to mete out justcee
~o tis glaanerec of .is whole South,
< eet. thae hearty aPeitabation of every
igt mlmmed potsobsins South Carol-.
i We with these Bueeese -despite
'the eflbe of Mesa. Illit Stephens
The coriier-stone of the new A. M.
E, Churcl will be la'd on Sunday, (he
2Mf ilst., by Bislop .1ohn1 M. Brown,
D. 1). We will be glad to havo our
nWt frienda present with us on the
occusion. We would also render our
thanks to the county comnissioners for
the use (if the Court 1Ii)useJ for rell
giolls services (urilig the ilotilih of
Januttary. ''eroigh the kindness ot'tlio
Rlev. lVillard iitiardsonl, Iwe fare it
preseit inl the school hou.se. We hope)
however, by the firstof March to be inl
our new church.
-we ae uader mnanly obligaltions to
the town council, also, for the use of
the firellie's hall, Where 1ye colored
people have lad -suppers given in alid
of our new church. We have realized
Saie sixty-two dollars frotn the same.
Li. S. PnIOLEA;,
Pastor A. Ml. E. Church.
111.0 W 'I Xf u|P T1i1 ECZ Al.
A Mine Exploded Mneniita tit Winter Pal.
nos--A Itogitiaut, of Finl$ tile only staffe -
orn, of Whomg, Eigat aro Killed mad Forty
.S-r. 1.-i~s~o eray1.A
explosioll occurrd yest rdav under tile
maiii liiiig-roomi'A lfthe Winter Palace
wliebl it was suipposed was the (explo
sion ofa in iiintended to dest roy the
Imperial family. The following is the
(Iflicial accoi nCit of the occen1ll'01ice.
"'A bout. seveni o'clock last. eveninig an
explo4sioll occilred ink ihe baseliesit of
the limperiail Wintier Paklace, un1der thie
prinlcipal guarlldrooml. bly whlich eight.
soldiers of a Finland regiment of the
gilld. Ohen oni duty. wiere killed aind
forty-five men injurved. The floorinir
of the guardroom imld the gas pipes
Were daaiglled. Official inquiry iito
ite cau'se of tile explosion is pioceed
The 111110 was filled with dynamlnite
an11d gunpowder. The train hy which
it. was fired can be traced to 1h'e cellar
inl the iier court, where a quattity of
fuel was stored.
LONDON, Felbiry 20.--The Paris
inn1 jollial La Iraidce publihes tile
following colerlilg the atteipt onl
the CZar' s life. It Comes from its St.
Petersburg correspon(Ient aniid Is dated
February 19: The conipirators uied
aite'. 'his SubStalce Caln 0nl
)lve been Placed ill the vaults Withi tle
comliity of the persolls employed inl
a sit bordinate capacity at the Winiter
Palace. Tile trainu wias fired at the
loui llppint, Witli the aRd of electI'Ce
Wires which were cut. after tihe explo
Rion aild were found111 inl fragments
some distilice froll tle diining roolm.
Several officials ire unlider' surBveil
latnc(; imay arrests have been made
iut tle police are not yet on tIe track
of the iassins. The Tiiperor is said
to be iutch IIl'veted, and ruinore of his
abdieation oil Alarch 2d are again pass
ing froin ilulltIh to 112outh. C,
AC'1ON(S TI1.1 WATER.
-It is rimored that "Chinese Gor
doll" is Ibott to receive all appoilit. In
the4 Turkish army to assist laker Pa
sA Ill reorganizinig tie gelldarlerie.
-Cremation is steadily increasing in
favor inl Northern Italy. Witilini the
last four years fifty cases have taken,
place ini Mli atal( teinIB inte netigh
boring tOwn'i of Lordi, wh'ilt thiree
fresti cases have already' been repjor'ted
-Thet Eniglishl Judges ennl lbe rutde
whienl they'i like. Lord( JuBstice James
0on FrBidav, sittin~g as5 Pre'sIienBt of' thie
Appeal C'ourt, wasl' listenBinig to the
r'eadinlg of' a1 volumBinous documlfent by'
counisei. Presenti I' lie closed his ev's
withl tis remarllk ' Wake me iup,
Mir. ,' whein y'ou come1 to somietingi
r'elev'an." V'~ice UIIChcllOr 111acon is
anBot hem' humnorist. He4 do~esnl't sayi
mucl(hi, but lhe iiaikes tihe funnaiest littl'e
skve'ee (of thle w ese y'ou ever sa
ill y'our lifte.ai
-T hle Obscertore Rlomano an
niOunces'4 thait tile hearl it of (lie Suplremel
Ponitiff, Leo X1lI., beltig dee ply imovecd
at fihe mlisery3 wihichi hi this dlisastr'ous
year hats bethllen the Irlishi people, antd
detsinig to c.ontibulte to tir01 r'elief' to
(lie fullest e'xtent ill his power', he 1ha1
destined for thait purp'lose the 81111
-It is bievedC( that Sir Gairnet
Woiseley gets the next. v'acanlt colonel.
cy' as an1 exceptional reOcogniition of
his4 serv'ices. The dignity will .be
lurly3 aL sinecure, hut it wiill be no
emplt y huonor', for (lhe po(st is worth pier
annum~BI fromn ?2,000 in tile Gulards to
?i,0o o in h a line regiment. A
core)BBspiondentI Consider's that wheni a
renmerazl hats at coulel of' reghnen'its to
.>ack lup his 1111y orI peni~on he is it'f a'air
13' comllfrtble pluralist. ThereO is ils
Grauce of Camiialge with his five col
oneleies--thec Grenadier Guards, the
Sev'enteenlth LanBcer's, the lRoyal Ar
tillery, file SixtiethI ltilles, the Roy'al
Eniginuers-allnetting himi the ti'dy
Iicremenit of' ?6,200 ioer and above his
fiel nllil'shal's incomeI of ?3,600, wiChl
aginl IS limkapendent of' his st~larv of
?*,,,440 aIs Commulanlder-inl-chief of~ tile
Wux-rA -ro TE-ACn.-Iter. Charles
lirmooks, fauthier of' the State normnal
schools in Amncrica, was asked by a
Joaicher' this question: "What Salld I
"Teach11 themi thoroughly the~se flye
thtings: 1.I To live religiouisly. 2. T
tinkl ecmpre'henisively. 3. TIo reckon
mat11hemalftically. 4. To 'oniverse flu1
entlyv ; and1(, 5. Tro wrIitE " rammiiaticali
lv. if' y'ou successfulhly teaich themn
these five things, you will nobi' hav'e
done y'ourI duty to your puiils, to
their parents, to your countr'y, and to
yourmsel f'."-Scient ific AmeI'ca n1.
-John-ny's mamm-ma passed flhe
plate to John-ny. There were two al
piles on1 the plate. One was a nice,
large one; the oth-er was small amin
speckled. John-ny' was too po0-hite to
hell) him-self' bc-fore his ais-ftor Janie
was served. She was too po-lite to
take the big ap~ple. She took the little
speckled one., Johnt-ny had theo big
one left. for him. John-ny ivas a good
boy. I know you are glad his po-lte
ness and good-ness were rewarded.
It was hard on Jane? Yes' but tis i.'
znot a story for girls.
-Jr people who suiflern tihe- dull
stupidity thiat m~eets us everywhewre in
sprinig, and too often in all seasons of
thme year, knew how quick It could be
(cured by taking Ayer's Sarsaparllla to
purge the bile from tlhi sysetems, we
should have bettor neighibor as well
as eaerer heads to deal with. *
-'9ie has gone Ii9to thes hecttro'.bp
uiutess," said one man to alitiiter ItirVqa
spoise' to an .inquir'y about n'. mi'tdal
fA'endl. "Is that so?" "Yesg lie was
martledl)aet week to awom~a with the
NEWS OF THE ZP hr.
-A man named lioveis, In Coweta
coulity, Ga., reuntly oIltrald his
Own daughtler, and, itol slipposed, has
left the country.
--A young uman at Canton, Ohio.
h1aR sued his own mother for 10*,000
for sltander. Sho ciretuated a report
that ho was drunken ad thilevish.
--A grand banquet was given at the
St. Charles l1itel, New Orleans, last
Th'liursdav eveninti, in, htoinr of Cief
Juistice Milte, of thle Supreme Court.
--The 3tipreme (ourt of Ohio hats
decilded that it ., illegal to dun a
I debtor oil at postal (ord, as such act, is
liable to injure Ohe credit or reputation
of the debtor else where.
-A general order iq about to be
issued by the post-offlle department
cutting 11 dowi thf ailm 1 service on all
''star" routes ill the country to one
service i week.
-At at stor v niyeeting of at coivenl
tion of the Irish societies of' New York
Inast week, it was decided to hold a1
pattide oil St. PIatriek's )ay, insteadof
dievoting the iinoniey uised f101o that pur
pose to thle suf'ering poor. il Ireland.
-Dr.)injamin Brandreth. of Bran-.
dreth pills niotoriety, died sildenly at
his residence in Sinyr Silg last week
of, embolism of the Geart. Hto loaves
an estate vailued at. froimi two to three
million dollars, includirig considerable
real estate in Texas.
-Four bailifys accompallied by a
large force of polie' last wveek dis
I rniled Cattle for rent oi a farm ill the
ICount of Watterford, Irelan11d. oci upi
ed by a widow. A crowd of five hun
dred persons overpowered (lie police,
and recapilltred the cittle. Tie ring
leader of tle mob will be indicted for
-Iin a six-daiy go-as-youi-please
walknig-match wfi ieh coniiienced at
Agricultural Hall, New York, on Mon
daly laist the coitestiits ha*d 1ide tihe
following scores at 12 o'clock Thiurs
daiy nlight: Blower Browin .105 miles,
Hazel 350 and Day 331. The distance
covered by Brown; forl ninetv-five hours
eiding at nidnight beats ill previous
-Du3ring a lwind storm which oc
tured at Cincinnati at tinl early hour
last 'I'hursday, a fraiie house occupied
by John H. Delfbenback, his wife and
three childrein waR ble -,n completch
Over, burying the iinates inder th'e
delbris. Delfenback was fatally in
jur-ed. his wite und two eldest chIldren
Were slightly hurt, anid his iffillit child
-The 1Rev. Edward Cowlev, man
ager ofthe Shepherd's Fold, who was
oin trial for eight lldays in the New
York Court of' General Sessions for
starving and ill-treating chilidren, wias
convicted and remnanded Afo sentence.
The prisioer wasit-, overcome at the an
noucemient, and wept bitteily. The
penalty for the ollenice is one vear inl
priion and $250 fine.i
-Last. Sumiday evening fo'.r men
broke into the house of Bienjamin
Smihi onli a lonely roand near Wanoiimic,
Pa., beat Smitih, who is eighty-three
years old, until lie could 31o lol ger
reptist, robbed him, outraged hIls 014dest
dauighter. and after maki ng several
attempts to burn the house took their
leave. Two m3en3 have been arrested
--The New York papers elate that
Mrs. tJenniie Colinis T'yler, a niecce of'
ex-Prenidlent Tyler, died in great pov
ertly ini Briooklyni last TueCs(3ay. It is
'.aid (hat tihe de'4)1case was on3ce a
reigning belle ini Wasiiiington and30 pos
sesed of ai contflortalle for'tune, whlichz
wals spent by hier first husbanmd, who
uthen deCserted( her. The second hus
hand, Collins, is very poor and3( with
-Captain Hlemphiljl and his bride
arle sailinmg dlownu the Ohio 413nd Mis
sisippii liivers, (on their hioneymooni
tour, in a boat kilt expressly' 1or tihe
purplose. No othier soul is aboard the
craft., which Is gavly bedecked with
flags and1( eveorgreens, andio is greeted1
on the way1 w1ithl steam wvhistles and3(
cannon0i, thle bridegroom being a popu
13ar man andt knion n3 to 3al1 steamboat
--A Vientna newspaper relates that for
somte daiys pa3st thie C.~zar has receivedi a
sealed0( letter containing a few wvord1s of
menace, and saying that if' lie did( not
change his systeim of oppressin lhe
woluldl not lhve to celebra'*te the twven
tv-fifth aunniversary of his accessioni to
the throne. The sheet wvas always
borderedl with black. In court efr
eles it wvas kmnowni 3as the black letter.
All effor'ts to discover (lie personl who
coniveyed It to the Emperor's room
have been unsuccessful.
-A dlispat ch from Murfreesboro',
Trenn., says: Fully ten thousanid per'
sonls wiesse~d tihe hanging of John
13al1 and3( Buirrell Smith, near Little
Creek, last Friday, for' the mrliider of
Hlenry Pugh in 1879. T1hie scaffold was
er'ected1 within three liundred yards of
tihe public squaleo, and3( raised seats hadl
been ercted1 tacing- it, aittings uponi
which were sold for onie diollar' apiece.
1*al1 diled without a struggle, but
Sum ith's death wals pain33fully proonoiged.
--CThe 1Rev. Dri. J. C. Jeter, one of
the miost pr3ominenICt BaIiptist clergymeni
In the South, died at Rich~mondi, Va1.,
on3 Wednesday, aged seventv-eight
years. Hie was1 a native of' ledford
CannIt y, Va., 13a1- been1 paStor of several
churches In difflerent parts of the State,
was at 0110 time editor of time lig 4
joous Jler'aM, anid held maiiy positionts
of prominience In connection~ with va
alous InstitutIons ofhearning in the
Southerni States. is death has caus
edl profound and general sorrow.
-The New York papers last wecek
contained a card'( signed byllBenjamin
B1. Sheirmn, lpresklenut of the Meehan
les' launk, Jacksoni S. Schultz and oth
(er pr'omlliet gentlemen of time 'city,
soliciting help for the color'ed refugees
in Kansas. The card says there were
already fifteen or twenty thousand
negro emigrants in~ that State, and
that they continue to arrIve r ed,
bar'efoot anid without money. *any
ar'e sick from exposur'e to thue severe
climate, and3( numbers liave been frozen
to death. Help is urgently n1eeed.
-Thiomas J. Bolto~n Jr. of Blolton's
Deopot, Miss., shot and kill'ed Leonar'd
M. Claike and his birotheir Douglass
Clarke on Felday night. The fight. be
gan - between Ilolton and1( Douglass'
Glarke, am1l Leonaird Clarke cominig
out of the thieatr'e saw1 Bloiton shooting
at his brother', raun iup and grasped the
pistol in 'IBolton's Iiand. iton re
sisted,,Jeikinig the pistol from Clarke's
grasp, and shot him. Neither of the
Ularkes wvas atrmed.~ Bolton was
caturedi on Saturday morning near
Fatwrds.The exdtement is intense.
--An exceIlent chestlproteetor for a
told day 1s' a Ibkdedhnewsjaper button.
cd bmeie the omvercoat, But in ease a
paper is 16ssued onl whteh the subserip'
Io isnnnald tIm e ryha na lobe
-A sound eompan'y.-One that r '-:s
a telephone I he,
-Can squeezing a person in a oron( d
be teried "a liberty of tie press"?
-K1(nocking a frletid down is a at to
way of droppiig an acquaintance.
-An artist's views ofat subject are
not always the best.
-it 1% the hoss printer who takes a
honest boy and iinkes a devil ouit of
-A Prussinn'i gravedigger has beem
irrested for runrtinig bodiestad sellinm
When a doctor's -buin41les14 is at. a
stnild-still lie tbels terribly out of pi
-A bookkeeper,, whose head is Iwell
balhiced, . writes "Dear sir" thus
-A anan in Tusenloosa county, Ala.,
ate twentty-seven oraoges one miornimig
-"L4)ove laughs at locksmiths," and
yet there Isn't anything fumnny about a
-Tie man who pays more for shop
rent than for advertising don't unider
stand his business.
-One of the comical sights of leap
v "ar will be a girl whispering a tale of
love into the car of a deaf man.
-The individual ' who wrote, ''0,
Solitude, where ire thy ebarms." was
a busiicss man who didn't advertise.
-Near Monikstown, Texa)s, a (leer
was tound fastened by his horns in a
tree-top. lie Was captured, of course.
-lutlhlo Bill in his book tells of
beef (attic so poor that lie had to prop
ihem i up to shoot themi down.
-On a dark night, with four clothes.
ines stretched across the back vard,
time iost sensitive part of a man is his
-By nmeisuremient given in the Book
of Revelations there is only room
enough in heavein for 297,00,0,000,
-Quicker *. than pounds of powder
will rive an ' ordinary rock, you can
blast a great reputation with o1e
ounce of scandal.
-Do niot in(er'sperse your language
wit I foreigin wods amid iighI-sou)n(
m telrm. It shows afectatLion, anud
will draw ridicule upon o.01.
--It is said that pie is disappearing
from American restairants; but., thank
heavenl, there is a resource left inm the
-A mia has no more right to say
an uncivil thing than to act one; no
more right 10 say ia ruld thing to
another than to knook him down.
-It is said that the Uireau of En
graving has not, a sinigle ten dollar hill
lin its reserve stock. Singular coinci
dence. Neither have we.
-When the hee stung the Professor
of entomology, lie renarked, "'Well, I
like eitomology. but. I can't say that I
admire these end-to ine-logical jokes."
-A new book is out bearing the
strange title "A Wontman Afteir All."
It is bound to sell in leap year, and
shouald b-ingcomfort to every bache
lor's heart. .
-The fire of patriotians burns like
all electric light in the bosom of that.
American who is ready to be sacrifleed
ill any public.service of responsibility
-eacher' in high school at.--"Are
pro and con . synonyvmous or' oppo)she
terms ?" Scholar: ''Opposite." Teach
er: "Give am examible." Schiolar':
uTle ('rant feeling continues to de
chime, so die:Biinte and Sher'mn or'
gans sar.. This is quite different from
Grant himself. Rtather than declinie.
lhe wiill accep~t.
-"What is woman's will?" shrIeks
a social scuiltist of time bachelor per
suasion. . Experience in our' younger
das~ teachies uis that it Is the onmly will
that the heirs doim't wianmt to contest..
-Light colors ar'e r'eommlen~ded for
cold weatther, as they do not part with
heat easily. But we notice that a hand
with a whlite kidl giove onl wiill part
with a red-hot poker about as previous
ly as the one enclosed In a brown mnit
-"John, what odlor is that ?"
"Cloves, love." "But that other'?"
"Allspice, my beloved." "But.isni't
there another?" "Yes, apples, be
lovedst." ".Juston 0 m0 lore?" "Railsins,
mfy most belovedst." "Well, John, it
you'd only just drminik a littfle branidy,
now, I thin kyou wvould make a good
-WVill L. Marple, a St. Louis artist,
has applied for a divor'ce from his wif,,
One ot'his grievances is that she sent a
broken fryinig pan to am art show,
where sonme of his pictures were on ex
hibition, wvith a request that the hanig
ig committee would give it a position
as "an example of thc way In which
the talented Mr'. Marple provided for
his famiily's necessities."
-Th'ie young ladles of Washington
are debating how they shall efrectIvely
rebuke time ill-brmed men01 who stare at
themiu in the street cars amnd stages.
Easy enough. Poke the p~oint of your
p~arasol handle into their eyes. A
man. no0 matter hmow ill-bired'hie may
be, loses his appetite for starinmg after
lhe has an eye punched out three or
four times. Or, the younig ladies might
-The roaming correspondent of the
Burlington Jlawkeyc tells a pleasIng
story of a seif-sacriflcing tr'avelher who
devoted his energies to the work of de
Vouring everythlig Uponi a certain rail
way station dimmer-counter, anmd hav
Ing at last .accompiished .the~ feat walk
ed awvay, saying: "There, tihe next fel
low that comes along here will get
something fresh I"
-The young ladles of Chattanooga
'organizell a leap-year party, hired a
hall1, ordered a supper, and wenit
around in carriages .to hunt up the
young men to compel them to come in.
kverything was lovely until they went
to settle the illls, when they lear'ned
that the young men h~ad already . paid
them. 'rhe young iadies say now that
it was "real mean" in the boys, and
declare Itat they will never give anoth
or leap year party.
-The katydId does all her singing
with huer legs. Now if the young man
who sits bohind you1 at the concert and
hums the tenor soft'y,.were compelled
to do his singing by rubbing the soled
of lisa feet together, how happy you
would be. And lie? Oh, he would
sing about as weHl as ho does now, and
the musleal world wouldn'tr miss im
-If a man have lore in his heart, hie
nmy talk in .brokea language, butit
)ViLbeg ioquenmce to those who listen;
-No beots are so legible s the
h~e - in; eo h ateti so plain as
IN 20TS. AND 9I BOTTLES.
a a" Dom -0uri
.Conbininer a1 thes aiti- -I the
ost efetive LUN A ever
offered to utiorers fn p nary
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
Of NeYwt rk, voluntarily ludorees It. g
-READ WHAT HE SAYSt
Neaw Yir-During this yrar I v.d n lYe hundred
cases of lung d sao.In the lwsr w- rds of the
tit te cso 11 ise tof aTo$y an It se
an fwui ceners m ay ludorso it as the et, lung
medicine a iSrati f AwOt AdYWOoD, N. D.
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
(0111cc ".veninc Now. Augusta, Oa.
Dr. TUTT: Dear ir-My ttl? on. was attaced
witl1 puoumnsola last winter p% ch lef% him with a,
vult g u ha t tin a moth since.
pt< ra10 c h Ii -Indebted toyu valuable
Lapectorant. had tried wjool evert, %III recoent
mandled, but none did anhffood Unt ItiuaeoUr Ua.
trat one bottle df n lbremoved the cough
erely. Wih Many thanks I amjprs truol.
Had terrible NIONT SWEAye.
blemphis, Feb.. i1. 1071.
Dr. TIUTr i dir- have been uffering bor aearly twe
1lare r with a sepers ough. Whn I commenced is.
Iiog your lfzpoctorsnit iwaareduosd tour.. untdred
awld o~atevii oundd in weit. 1 hadl tried almost
avery(tlalng* 1 myad terriloi night sweats. I have takea
ball dozom. ottles. Trhe night, sweats have left Me.
tie costglI has disappoaredb amid 1 have gained fifteemn
POsuu flsh. I recntmnndt to allins ftte5~s
WVithfireat reispect, OLIVER ilIUM,
Reader, have you caught a cohl ? Are you 0n.
alo to raise the phlegii iiftavo you an irrali.
tIon in the throat? A sense of oppression on
Ihfiii7iignIaliittit~i'tht IlfaiiiiG,. a
(otcoughing on lying d own? A abarp pain
ti~foand thnIn the region of thehart, ahoul
derm and back? If so, ter Advice Is iakiiat
once a (ose of Tutt's Expectorant; yost will soot
be ablea to rat)n tise phlegm. lu losut rueii
time Expectornmt, pl:ace a hot ron to the feettake
two of Tutt's Pills. Yc's will otmii fal int i
plesant vleep anti wake tiiisin thie norling?,
eough gomn, lungs working freely I taly brathe
(Isga 8iti thfeifowels msoving Isniriiti liisaisnof.
'i'o pre~vent a rttrn of tlse asymptoma us~se
1xp 1iorant everal danys.
Office, 35 Murray Street, N. Y.
TUEEFEE AND A'UE.
CU1191E. ECK TREEASO
PUERIFY THEKE JIBILOOD.
IUJJFS HAIR DYE
VxAY Il~i m on itimxis changed to a GLOsS!
BiLACK ma st ingle apiuatioss of t s Dig. It leea.
partsa Ng-atil Utolur. acts Insttanmeooslv. and is
as liarnaleas as spr-lug water. old by Druggists. e
sent by express ns rojelit of 1.
Office. 35 Murray At., New York.
LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.
A WORD To THlE WISE.
The prevailing boom has struck
the Piar o and Organ trade. All
creation and their'rlatives are buy.
ing instrrments this year. America's
countless factories can't half supply
the demand. Manu facturers have
to day unfilled orders enough to
kecp them busy for the next six
mfonthls. Material and labor cost
twcnty five to fifty per cent more
than a fewv months since. Manufac
turers have raiped prices and must
continue to advance. The low prices
of the past won't come again for
As yet wve still sell at old prices,
but we MUST ADVANCE SOON.
Give us your order NOW, for deliv
ery of instruments~at once or within
THREE MONTHS. and we will
gu-rantee OLD PRICES, oven if the
advance comes. To do this we must
have immediate orders SO THA T
WE CAN CONTRACT AHEAD.
Don't hesitate. Don't delay. We
state the case precisely as it is.
Prices will advance VERY SOON
and LARGELY, and those who wait
will pay .for ths3 privilege. Take our
business advice and
Order a,t Once !
LUDE1N & BATES'
SAVA NNAHI, GA.
Wholesale Plano and Organ Dealers.
BUY THE BEST!
.JADIE!S,' Miss' and Infanits' ihne
Shoes, made by Ziegler Brothers, of
S rowed" Shoes, mad ebhe Bay
Stata.Sl oe iana LeathI' Co., spe.
cialties at th'e Corner Store.
1 WILL offer offer my entire stock for the next fifteen days, as you will
J see by my price,list, at quotations worth attention.
Five Handsome Cloaks at $3.00 and $4.00-forier pric- $5.00 and $6.00.
Ten Pairs tibbon.,Bound Blankets $1.0--formor prico $2,50.
Fifteen Overcoats at $2 50- former priceo $4.50
Twenty-five Flecos Hed and Whito Flannels at and bolow cost.
Big Drive in Cassimueres, Jeans &c.
One hundred pieces Dark Calico at 7, 7j and 8 cts.
Domestic Goods at a small margin above fatctory prices.
Good Checked Homespun at 10 cents - old price-no advanco.
NO TIONs I NOTIONS ! ! NO TIONs i I I
Coats' Spool Cotton 55 conts por doon.
Got d Spool Cotton 85 and 40 cetits per dozon.
Eagle and Phoonix Ball Thread 20 to the lb. at 37} conte
A good Corset at 40 cents-former pricO 60 cents.
Look at our Mon's Undershirts at 25 cents.
Sterling Soap at 35 cents per doon,
A groat variety of Buttons, Gloves Handkerchiefs, &c., &b., &c.
Fifty untrimuod Felt Hats to close out at 10 cents, worth 50 and 75 ets.
Also an odd lot of Trimnned Hits at 40cents-former price $1.00.
We lead the van also in Glass and Crockorywaro.
Look at my Glass and Preserve Dishes at 15 cents, worth 25 cents ovorya
wl 0 o.
Twenty-five dozen Goblets at 50, 60, and 75 ci-nts per dozen.
Somothing very desirable in Table Sets at 60, 75 and $1.00---old prire
90, $1 00 and $1.25.
Crockery in great variety at prices beyond competition,
A lot of Lamps just arrived, varying from 25 conta up to somoething nico
at 60 and 75 cents and a specialty at $1.50, worth $2.00 every where:
Three - ases of Tinware jt.':, i.rrivtd, which has been bought far below itsi
Something handsome in Chamber Sotta at $2.90, $3.20, and .$3.50.
Compare prices carefully before purchasing.
S. L. MIEMNAUGH.
*W I will pay liberally for school paper, and all approved paper of the
County. J. L. M.
UxrIL YOU BA 1
Seen my stock of furniture, which is one of the arget, handsomest
newest, and cheapest, according to quality, to be found in Winnsboro. A
new 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 Bbir
Factory. All order promptly attended to. Also, agent for the Wheele
Wilson New Improved Sewing Machine, and two others.
oct 18 R. W. PHILLIPS.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
-WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AND WIN TEN GOODS,
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and the public genernfly
that we are now opening the finest and most complete ae sortment of eral
and Winti r Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all tbe ltelst
styles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Trimmings
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODENWARE, LUMBEB, ,TC.,
which will be offered at very lo 1r as e are determined to sell heap
or than the chieapest, and cordially invite all to call andI see for themnselves
I am also agent for the wel-known DAVIS, VE and AMERICAN
SEWING MACHINES. J. 0. AO0AG.
E have now open, and will sell as low as any reliable houso 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,
1 case Bessbrook Jeans.
pieces assorted Jeans and Cassimeres.
pieces new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeres,
Blankets, white and colored, Flannels, I nsa a
Comfort., Shawls, Cloaks, Boulevard Skirts.
DAe fBl seppl of whte and coored Dress Shirts, Undershirt. and
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats I Overcoats I I Overcoats 11?
Forl nghe de s eh a nce stock of Under.'ests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Thf"Ping afollrs, and Cufs Edng. ank Insertions, Tibbons, &ce,
WieGood., sueas Nainsooks, J ent, naIc and Lawns
Towels, Bleache4 and Blrown i beetfl ln o aleDmesoyis
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Misses' ad Children', Shoes,
Men', Yoths' ad Boys' )3oot# and Shoeog
Trunk., Valises, Satachel., ia UmbtellaE,
prcIn our Grocery D~epartmen4 b.#ndu 96tythfng tnesfel at low
an plentieo aQn stook, fein il aM we