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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WfINSJOuQ, 8, v;
A , a#ra DAVIS, ,DrITa.
ao. a. aixoLDs. MA, miAT U tooon.
TnE AUTOCInAT OF ALL TH E RUsslAs
In In a quandary. if he takes his
meals regularly lie is in danger of be
ing exploded by dynamite just after
finishing his soup, while if he dis
couinits the conspirators by eating ir
regularly he is in danger of dying
from dyspepsia. What shall he do?
A COUPILE IN Fu ANCEMADE. A wAgE
that they could kiss ten thousand
times in ten hours. They scored two
thousand fair, square smacks the first
hour, a thousand the next hour and
seven hundred and fifty the third,
when the fellow was seized with
cramp in the jaw and succmnbed. The
Philadelphia Tites thinks America
dould get up a much superior article
THE NEw Yona Sun has, in the in
terests of Tilden, published a speech
delivered by Senator Bayard in 1861,
at which time he said it was better to
let the South secede than to fight her.
They say this will let Senator Bayard
out of the race. In the meantime the
Vorld shows that Tilden uttered pre
cisely the same sentiments at the same
time. We would not be surprised if
Grant said about the same thing too,
for lie never became an enthusiastic
war man until he got an office lb the
THE Register does not favor any
change in the rule requiring a two
thirds vote to nominate a Dmnocratlc
'residential candidate. It thinks that
this rule gives a respectable minority
a check upon the acts of the majority,
and believes that it is much easier to
bull-deze or seburn otherwise a ma
jurity than two-thirds of a convention.
There is force in this, but two-thirds
is almost too near an approach to
unananimity to be free from objection.
We do not see any very great necessi
ties in the case. The )emocratic par
ty will live whether the nomination be
made by a majority, by two-thirds or
by all the members unanimously.
GENERAL GRANT HAS WRITTEN TO
the Mayor of New Orleans regretting
that lie will Iot be able to visit that
city, and expressing a purpose to re
turn by way of tihe Pacific ocean from
Panama to San Francisco. In other
words it has been found that the Grant
boom does not boom well in the
South, and the third-termers are going
to prance Grant out again over the
Pacifle Railroad. In the meantime
fifty little bills presented to the City
of San Franclsco for the expenses of
the last Grant reception there are still
unpaid, and it is hardly probable that
there will be much of a boomi for him
there again. The Kearneyltes rule
Spn Franceisco and they don't believe
in spending any money on Grant.
The National and the State Conven
Col. James Hi. Rion has returned
from Washington, whither lhe went to
attend the meeting of the National
Democratic Committee. Thme call of
the Committee has beeni published al
ready. The selection of Cincinnati is
regarded as an anti-Tildenm triumph.
Northern Democrats think that Grant
can be more easily beaten than any
other prominent Republican candidate.
Colonel Rlion's present intention is to
call a State Convention on Wednmes
day, the 19th of May next at Colum
bia, to elect delegates to the Cincinnati
Convention that meets on the 20th of
Junie. The diff'erent counties in the
State can choose their delegates to the
State Convention on Monday the 3d of
From other sources we learn that
the National Committee recommends
that the State National Committee
man be made ex offcio a member of
the State Committee, that each State
Committee man be ex offcio a mem
ber of the Congressional Committee of
his district, and each Congressional
Committee manm shall be ex officio a
member of his County Executive Com
mittee. This is intended to unite the
whole body of thme Democracy more
comp)actly and to secure an easy
medium of communication between
the different committees.
The Fairfield Bill.
The bill providing for the fence law
in a part of Fairdield, passed by the
Legislature at its extra session, we are
told runs the fence on a line drawn
from Mrs. Mary Ellen Kennedy's two
zniles above Rtidgeway to Palmer's
* Mill below Rlidgeway, and thence
down to the Kershaw line, taking.- in
a part of No. 0, as far down at least as
Mr. Benjamin Cloud's. The Act has
not yet been published and we may
not be perfectly -accurate as to the line.
The amended bill for the Monticello
district, and the amendment to the
charter of Blythewood failed by about
two hours of becoming laws.. They
passed the House in aplie-pie order
and with great promptness, but the
Senate referred them to committees
for a reports instead of placing them
directly on the calepdar, thus losing
lbaty-eight hours of time, and although
both bills were favorably reported
back, the Senate did not have tithe to
put them through. Our Rlepresenta
tives did their best, but as Fairfield is
*practically urnvepresented in the Sen
aite the bil9 hupg ire there. The last
uy'scalenidar of tihe Senate has both
/ bills upon it fort Ethrd read
J# h#t they were tnota 'ehed before
~t~ti~tThis.was very nfortu
sle~~aht the fault of theaRep
A TEXT MIUPsr1ZZ.n.
IReVIew of an Addreos on Labor and I
nonee, Issu- d Fuasturvilie, No . 3 , 18i
to the ieople of South Caaoxhaa, by
(Render unto Cienar the thlng tiat are Cmas
a( ut.o )od the thing. that, are (od'
Ifatt. Xxii. 9 1.)
Messrs. Editors: A short time ag
the above-mentioned address, havhi
the above-quoted text, was placed
my hands. Not being engaged at (1
lime, I atonce began its perusal, ho
ing to learn sonothling of importan
respecting the great Greenback inov
mont.. Hitherto, I had been vei
much in the dark concerning it. Sur
ly I ought not to be blaned foi ente
tainig such expectations, sluce M
McLane has been so much applaud4
as one of the giants of said party. J
the advocate of their cause, and as f
as I know, he stands head and shot
ders above above every other lman
South Carolina. But does it not spei
well for the good sense of South Car
lina? Should we not reel proud of i
Well, I read the address, and mu
confess to somewhat of a disappoli
ment. I am not able to see how ai
such sormnne was evolved from Mal
xxii, 21. Think lie must have flh
prepared his sermon and afterwar
searched the scriptures for a suital
text on which to hangi it. But I
missed it. A nuch better text won
have be6n Prov. xxx., 3. (1 neith
learned wisdom, iior have the knov
edge of the holy.] Of the truth
this latter text the sermon Is the mC
1. 1 would call your atteition to t
monientousness of the subject. "I,
one of the exponellts of some 'heave
born' principles, ask your attention
the most momentous subject ever 1:
fore the American people." In abo
nine- casG%- 01ut of Iwen-e
spieaker launches out at the very 1
ginning of his address into tile "Il
perborban regions of infinite spacc
you may at once set him dowti as
failure. The momentousness of a s
Ject should be proven, rather th
merely announced. This the writ
has failed to do. It Is not denled th
there may be something monento
about the Greenback movemen.t, but
does not well appear in the sermon 1
Mr. McLane. lie asserts. indee
that (1he cause is "sacred" and "holy
that the principles are "heaven-bori
and "eternal ;" he speaks of very larl
sums of money, bonds, &c., enoul
to addle the brain of any poor labor(
which lie assurcs us iave all beeni tur
ed Into the wrong chansiel; that it
uider the Greeiback banner alo
that we can hope for the reign of it
vers-al peace and prosperity in 01
country ; and oh, amazing f lie su
scribes himself as pravinig for the iu
coos of the Greenback party. Still t.
momneuitousncss of the subject does i
appear. Like an able divine he I
adorned his sermon with some sci
ture quotations, but the muoieit
ness refulses to appear. There
something away oil in the fti
which he tries to hold up to our vies
P'erhaps that may be it. But the di
tance betwveen it and us Is well nii
intlnite, and It will have to be brong
a great deal nearer before we poori
nsorant wr'etches of this great Ameri
can Republic will be able to tilscei
2. Consider its constitillionalll
"All we do will be don1e inside ti
law." "The law has no0 more1 pow,
to give the metals a purchasing qual
ficationi between man and mans than
lhas the power to give the same to pape
rags, chipsj) or whietstones, but it hi
got tihe p)ower unfder the conistitutit
of the United States to give to tI
metals and paper alike a debt-pavh
quality between mani and ma,,
between the governlmenlt and ind~ivlId
als or any kind of corporations." ii
Lane. k.ogical conclusion: thler
fore, the law has the power undi
the constitution of tihe Uit
States to give to moel and paper ai
.rage and chllps and whetstones and~
aniythinsg else all alike a debt-payli
virtue between man and mall, or b
tween the government anld individ
ale or alny kind of corpoiations.
Messrs. Editors, 1 knowv a got
many~ words, aiid some of several d
ferent languages. I have tr'ied to thin1k
oneO or twvo suficiently weighty to e
press mny sul'rise, but memor'y fal
me. So I can only enclose you a fe
exclamation polits (I!!!!), askli
that If you knlow any largeK bultgente
wor'd t hat you think will do, plea
ust insert it before all six of thle polin
and I will concur.
And now, fellow-citIzens, all y
have to do in order to have as mu<l
mloniey as ve want, and legal tendel
at that, is just to join the Greenubat
patand out of that par'ty elect
Presient and send men01 to Congre
who will cause the great seal of tI
government to be stamped u >on il
moels, and upon every pIece of pal)
and ulpon all old rags anid chlips aii
whetstonles. And wihy nlot say upc
every thing else ? And why stopa thers
Why nlot elect a Priden(~lt nfii se0i
men to Congress who will issuei
every man a fac simile of the go
ernmjent seal, so that we may each 01
stamp our Own rags and chips ai
whletstones? It will be a great de;
of trouble to have all these things soi
back and forth to Washington. Oi
no ! say s Mr. McLane, that will novi
do. The goverilnent alone must Isst
money. If lesser corpor'ationse or il
dividuals be allowed to do it, the 1)0<
haboring man will soon1 be swvindkl
out of all hIs rags and cips anid who
stonies. But it mullSt not be forgotte
that we will all then be Greenbackeir
and of course honest men. And i
ever heard of a Greenbacker tryingi
nijurehis nohghbor, trying to drive
hltrd bargaii, or who would knowing;
Lake advantage of a poor follow-mo
tal? This money'-making power of tI
governimenlt is the very th Inat, I dont
not, that gives s0 much01 mlomlentou
ne05s to the subject. In thle last lssa
of THE Nmw8 AND I1ElALD I ieu
someithing of some very poor and hui
ry anImals, whose habitationl
the "Dark Corner " perhaps ti
shucks and blades of itodder aire bolil
saved away for the groat governmo:
8.- Conslder its paternit,. "Nelti
er is this a new ea or It was onto
Laned and advocated by Jefrersoi
Mfadisons and Cahhoun."r JZIofan
Hiere, Mesers. editors I can 'onl ei
You will hayp~t upply* "the ao
(iattedon kdIitors are compelled
keep onsitantly ona band a very assor
ed Supply. Only do the best YOU catu
.1and I will be satisiled.
1, Why then should we leave the' one
. 1tarty and papss over to the other?
Veil, surely, beenause if we )emoil-as
r of South Ciolina continue to follow
-our present leadership, we "will all
Igo like sheep to tie slaiugliter." Of
0 course t his Is the truth, a truth, too,
We my wVeill nppose, that is "heaveni
S.brn;1forM.McLanie was once at
; Democrat, ho knows .all about the
party, and heo hals put hilinselfto -'m1uch
trouble to learn the true character of
SIts leadership," anid withoit "'fear or
C- favor," le asserits that it will be so.
.y But, if we will follow In the footsteps
of J. Jienudrix McLanle we will soon
. be inl a party of all honest men, and
with it very fa ir )S propect of soon
r. having all our rags tad ci dps and whet,
d stonies converted into legal tender.
L8 Won't that' he gloriotis
w. 4. AIsDivine aspects. Here is where
the sermon reaches- its highest
- climax. i the name or Christianity
In the writer >lumes himiself, and in the
kk name of C hristianity h1e exhort,s us
0. ono andl([ all to open 0our honest hearts
aid listn to reason. The principles
are 'lheavenl-born" and "eternal;" it is
8t said to be "God's work," and a "'holy
it- work ;" yea, more, alild even '"holiness"
y Itself. "lie who dares to laugh at or
anitagotIize this Imovenenit" of the
workuig people, dares to spit upon
hst holiness anid to scoffl at sufforiing hll
As manity." McLanc. ere is a sui a
lo ble pace for a few more ! I I points.
e Blut, this time I will enclose you only
Id three. It is time we were getting ac
customed to the woiderful revelations
0r of s1ch1 a heaven-born aid Christian
'1- writer. To make its divillity dloulbly
of sure a regular text is taken. The text
st is certail y divine, but. the sermon is
far front orthodox. Thre are som1
things directly to the contrary of what
30 the Bible teacies, and if the writer is
as tile chosen chipliii of the Greenback
In- party, or if lie is to be taken as a sam
to orle Of thei preachers o' that denonina
tioti, we shoulI certainily one( and all
beware low we give our adherence.
tit There is not one articlo. of the Green
a bs"'k Confesion that is at till Scriptu
e.. ral, save' tile last: ["lloeisty and
economy in the administration of pub
,, lie allhirs."] And that one looks very
much ats if it, was stolell either frotm
a the Democrats or lieplibhicans, for
b- they both proclaim it in su&b a ce tis at
u1 part of their creed, and long before the
Or Greenback party ever had an existeice.
As ir as I can see, the text has noth
at ing whatever to do with the serioni.
is By that text Christ taught, that even to
it Cwsar's governiment, bad and( oppres
sive as it wats at the title, all law t'ul I rib
utie aild respect should 'le paid. Men
should not be all the tiime (ituarreliei
about it, 1111d trying to pull it to pieces.
"ll At thmes ltimie he tanght, that. unto
e God (an1d not. unto the (reeniback par
Ph ty) should be rendered tile 1 hintags that
are God's. We wonder if tle Gl,reen
buckers are any r:ore hoimest and
-prompt about nAingtheir ret urns and
pavinlg their taxes thanill are thousiaids
who are to be Democrats? We natu
rally wonder too, if the author tuiler
review atidl( thle memnbers of his party
are very careful abont renderinig ut'tto
C God the things that aire God's? If
10 ntot, they should very carefully read
It an1d p1liractise Matt. viii, 1-b [the beam
and tle mote] before they try so hard
to switch us into ranks' with Matt,
8- viii, 21.
i 'I he writer does notseeim to know the
nScriptural meaning of' "oliess."
SSurely, if it can1 be had or prauctised
-only by joining the G reenback party
inaniy of us5, ploor s inneris, huave longr
wanidered in the dark. llefore lie c'ai
make the goodl 1)eop1le. of Soiuth Caro
Siiba subscribe to any such doctrine, lie
'will have to switch ofr oni quite anioth
er' track and1( unload. We fail utterly
to see the .'"holiness" of his party
SeIther In the abstract or thie concrete.
1'*''y their fruits ye shall1 knowv them."
itAatt.. v'ii, 20.
Ferriugidiinelka wanderlig comet,
15s ar to follow. The w~onaderfual part
"is the tail they show, and the course
0they take. COUNTnR DaOCnAT.
Li- THlE DiEATr OF 1Mlu. CURlTJs.--The
c. defeat of flhe accomnplishued Mr. Geo,
e- Wmu~. Curtis as a candidate fo~r (de1e
3r gate fromu hliichmonid county to the
3d lIepublican State convention, is anothi
id er md1(icationi of the high hand with
to which iloscoe Conklinir means to car
ig rv everything before hfi ini this city.
o. One w1ould~ think a spirit of rivalrv
Li- had sprung up) between him11 and1( Doiu
Cameron, and that Mr. Conklinag was
id determiimed to showv that his own arbi
f. trary power over the ltepmblicans of
of New York Is equal to that recently ex
- hibited by Mr. Cameron over the Ite
Is p)ublicanis of Pennsylvan ia. From (lhe
w~ remark of Mr. Cu'rtis, after the ad
Sournment of the meeting, that lie
thought his dlefeat owving r'at hier to his
se practical Interest in clviilservice reform
te than to the Qrant influences in the
convention, we infer that it must re
re quire an extraordinary amount of at
hi trition to rub his wits so as to make
r thiem very bright. Mr. Curtis hhn
~k self may care for his civil notions In
a which lie is undoubtedlly conscientious ;
ss but thie mass of (lie party know too
ie well that they are dilsregardecd by
II the appointing power to attach any
r limportaince to thenm. If Mr. Curtis
d cannot see that it was Conklingismn
n that killed himt, then all -we have to
1? say Is that lie was led, like a lamb, uin
d conscious to (lie silaughter.-.New York
IC LIFE~ Is A PLEASUnE.-Onl~y w~henu
dwe are In the enjoyment, of all our
tl faculties and( In perfect health. This
it can only be when all the Important
hi organus of (lhe bod1y ar'e performing
ir their functions priopely3. Tihe liver
te is more liable to get out of order than
'u- any other organ, and p~roducees moriie
nt uinpleasant effects. A dlose of Drm.
d Gild(er's Liver Pills occasionally, will
t- keel) It all ilght, or' set It. rIght if It
, has gone wrong. Sold by all drug
s, gists. -For sal~e by 1Dr. W.T'E. Aiken.*
a -A schlolatr In a countriy school was
y asked, How do you parse Mr'y milks
r. a cow. The last wordl was dis'posed1 of
to as folhows: Cow, -a noun, femuinine
t gender, third person and stands f'or
s. M ary. Stands for Mary I How do
le you make that out? Because, added
d the intellIgent pupil, if the cowv didni't
*. stand for Miary, how could she milk
-It' Is sad to abo our hair bios
it somhig for the grave too early. More
especially women feel tis afflietion,
1- and it Is evenu a greater deformity to
r- thorn than to men. Ayer's Hair Vigor
'e averts It and restores the hair some
s. times, and its~ original color always. *
e. --It hat.been decided In lilipols that
1. the per'soni who sobbaids ttx~li in a
.o convention:Is.j ukt as A bIg a gun as the
t- person who offers an ameondment.
COL. A. 0. NDRE I'S.
T Endjing of i Brave) ntl UTR-full
-A Just TrIbAtoto nepa.teo w1o, I.
Tle Rey A. 0omer Portbr, in 'is
aivsIary Berifloln Oil 1l0 22d1,
February, to- the Wavslingtona Liiglt,
lufniitrv, of pharleoni, thus touch
ingly alluded, to a deceased coiiide,1.
who it wiJI be 'reienibered lost. Ii*;
wife and step-danilter il tihe ill-hted
aon, y01113' few iioilhis beire' his
own deahll. Dr. Porter said :
There is an intense inthus about the
death of Cl. A.. 0. Aidrews. Livin
for iiany years a bitchelor's lif e lta he
Inlight, 1inselfishly devote himlself to
the colilfortanid welfin-e of his widow
ed miiother, lateiihi life he enteret Ilh
iarried slate. So4mine three vears olly
Ilad plissed when his wifle, ' I cinw11iiiil
from ia sumner's trip abroad, withil
it few hours of 110r hoie, ili Il mloilent,
inl a calm111, VcIVe .IIIlit, witlit warn
ing, sinks with hr(' daluglier under,
the waves, cofbied inl the steamler
which was briiing her to her liomie.
Her lisbaldli retnin fioll the grave
of lis liother, whose Inlor101 riellIliils'
he had just coinmitted to the earh, is
Iliet. lit. the I lreshold of his door bv a
telegramun aniniioiniil'r this. overwhliehnii
ing calamlLity,. and tIhere and theni, he
sitrong manit begni to die. There wa s
no (is4ease apparent, but the flunmtaii
of life just dried )up. The sun1 hal.
gonie owln for him, 111d lit'e was onily
iliglt. Ile slanlk int o sleep, (hat in life
1S1I rit, land lie [Iight go aild join him
selfr to tihe (ead. Co. A. 0. AI drews
AItse S-tItIt. ialI L o i s. lit! luld on1lv to
know Chat the W. L. 1. ieeed(l 'his
services, andlt no labor, 11o tilie wa'
too g"I'elt. o1 tio long (to give to onr
welfare. A diligent stildent, lls was
a ,well stored iind. .le was gifted
with it wonderful ileliorv, and wth ith a
facility of expressioni which few imeni
possess. For three years, when driv
enl from1 his own lo'mie he iwas my
g/ue.t; and mny% were (he nlights wveI
sat and talked till. the siiall hour6s over I
the Imloimleitoii evelis of, thalt, great
epochi. 'liotIh I lovil to his Sht t)
tile 1ist' d. a'gIrie, his jilgiuig' t did nit
accord witl tle polie Avhich lin d inl
volved Its inl 011 then' coniition, ai([
I-:g Wfore the final ctastrophe I haVe I
heard him prophies) y (thie res It, niidil
predict frit'l b wonitelrful neenraevy lino it
of' te c(n)IISe(Illules Which f:hal(e I f(l
lowed. Col. Aiubrews a was a imal of'
peaice, but. he pos-(ssed a degree of
iiuorni courage which ellabled Iimii to
tike positions froll which malnv
shrinik. Tim and circumi1)stan c !es Ih.ve
chanlged, but ome of us retinelber'
that lmemiloralble occasion whlieu our
sister city of Bostoi, in tile old ComII
mnonwealth of Matssaciuisetts, Sent
d >wnli th:tt nat ioiial fl1g as a1 tokel of
frieidshii', whichi stinds t..cC befoiC
ol olow (draped ill ilteinlorv of him.
To (/rry that, flag of' the Cliol then
regtuIre'd'sole boldless ; Lut to receire
it, an1(d frioimi .Bostoi /en, only the
record of, (he Walshinigtoln Ligit In
fiitry inide it a possibility-but who
should receive it with gra'ce, gracions
ly f1'om the donors, ' acceptably to the
r Zcii icn 87, Th( s0 1 o0 iloret try
aiXions boulis to some11( amllig VOu
(han manly drealiled of. It hias- been
a distinguikled cbar-acteristic of this
corps, that. inl every eierlgeciy it aIts
alwavs beenl able to supply from its
rail'ssona ed fuif ihe OcbasionI,.w'hIat
eve it .uight )3 6. .A nd no w . Col. An
dle iv9, wit a I sense - of t he re
spionsibilhity' ot'hlis ta~sk , st eppeid forth I
toI fulil it. Ho'w'hdi (1 non w11( ~ ho
wer'e presen~t can1 e1ver forget, nor (lhe
(1lu11tricauleCtlct:h16produ1Iced when11 lie
took thalt banneiir in is handlt and1 said:
hauiinir on whlich aret ci emlazonedtui the1
locked shields of' Massaeilmuset ts :md1(
Sout h Catrolia, enici rcled by thi' fl'ng
of' our c~ilommo coluntry, and11 1 ilaceU.
un1der thle shiicding brantichies of' our1
own Pahnetto, the embleii oif a Stat e
which striuggled. to give t imt flag hirth,
and1( wher'le our bosom was piercedl in
bring'ing it into. exislenice." AS Cjob.
Aiidrews utter'ed these word(ls and
placed that banner b~enat h au flne l'aul
mnet.o which had been phnuitedl oin (lie
stag'e, lie kindled a flamiie which has
burn'ied bigthter' everyV year . Hec
awoke a1 spir'it at honme andl at thle
Nor'th thalit has doiie moire for onr'
rest ora tion and r'ehiabilhimnt 1han1 aill
thle laws that have been. pa4ssed sinice
the wiar. Aginu ini Bostoni on the
17th of' J1ime, 1875, lhe delivered a1
speech'l of so muichi aibili Iy, e1loquceC
and1( sound p)oliticail wisdom as wvell as
Chr'istian p~hiilanlthrlopv that it atltractedl
the lit tenitioni of' the whole countriy~ at
the time,-while it lan11ted seed which
1has borne ain abundat harvest. .Such
were~ some1( otf the tralits andl so1ine of'
theo deeds(1 of' 0111 fienid and1( brot her.
Wve hav'e laid him down to rest. lie
renIdered~ to (Cisiar tihe t hinigs which
aire Cesar's and to Giod the thinigs
which aro Gotl's.
-The Churchmnan states fthat twen
ty-six ministers of other deuominia
tions were r'eceived into the Protest.
stnt Episcopal chuirch in 1879. Eight
of flue accession~s wVere( fromi tile Con
gr'egationaul church, five furom the
Alothodist. Episcopal church, fonr froim
the-Baptist churlchi and three'C from the
--A bale of coftori donated fo thle
llood orpul~hn funid has been sold1 andc
resold tnitil thec funld has received firom
it over* two thousand'dolluars.
--A man81 who expects all sorts of
game to) sit still unltil he is ready to
shoot will novetr eat rabbit of his own
--A Nevada manl, who has tied
both, says ho, would r'ather' be picked
ith a bowie knife than stung by aL
FR1ESH[ MEDICINE, &C., &C.
CUBEDI CIGARETTES, Hlostetter's Blit
\J te, . Simmoun's Liver Regulator',
lingnolia Bailm, Hoyt's Cologne, Capeino
and Porous Plastera, Hlartor's Iron 'rnio,
Opodoldoo, Royal Bauking Powdeors, Teeth -
lng Rings- aod-.Tooth,. Shaving. Shioo,
Hair, Cloth and White-Wash Brushes,
just received by
feb 8 IO1MASTER, BRUICE & CO.
FA L OE, Gorc and
lowest cash prices.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
P REE TO AL..
0 0 (so
* DJ 1ur,
ft la u a.
IN 20CTS. AND $1 MOTTLES.
Its properties are Domulcont, Nutri
tivo .i:Uauii, Goothing mit Heiling.
jombining all toso itutditgiet. the
tivoLUN. .,ALlSAlb ever
intlt r u-otFr.i; o u1; U sti2
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
of Now York, voluntarily mndorses It. #
-READ W1AT HE SAYS:
Dr. TUTT : New Yo- k. Sept.. 1.), 1377.
Do:tr iir--Dtring this your I v.AI cd n .) hundtrell
efaus of lIlIt d.1 atiO4. in th i .w.r w rio (of tile
rit tho c: s 0u - c ro o I a t 'ry s tei o t)4). it rtm
,.o~ 0 n lly; ( tl N.s cai ttortt s jI;xvoctorant,
at1d 1 coi17oss mny surribo nti its wundurtti isower.
During a tr.ctt'o o' twetty yoars. 1 h.vo hwver
k * elTot o. It it tt 4ti o i ia ote viylo a
Wit of cugmltig, mid1( inIvajt iabiy citto4. tlu di*303bO In)
a ow days. I ctworfuily iiurso it au tho b0sA luiJ
nedicino I ever uld.
J. IFRANOIS H AYWOOD, M. D.
anum--w . .
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
Dr. TUI': Dour - itto sel, was attacked
with pteumonin last, winter, 1 '-ich loft hint witha a
tinl'it 0)Cough, that, lastoit toll . thin It onth i1co,
for tiho euro of which I jan itidobted toyour valutiblo
Expctorant,. I haid tried muost, ovory Ihing reo.'an.
lnuntude, but nitono did any good tutti I mitisd your 1.x.
pctrant. 4,o4 bottlu of which remnoved the cough
entirely. With mauny thanke, I am yours truly,
Had terriblo NICHT SWEATS.
Dr. 'UTT: Sir-I havo bout stifforiig for nearly two
ears with a sever coui t. When I cominencedo ta.
IN Fnjfour apuectorgutt iwas roduojd to 04,0huntlred
mn itxtc lo4lOtiv i hii it. I l ad tried almost,
overytlitg: ,att turritlo n ght,swonts. 1 0Iavotaken
al (hf eizoh lbottles. 'l'ho night sweiats havo loft, tuo,
thue cough4l has dlisappetared, suml I Irivo 1(ai:!ou 11114111
leth. I toatcdoitd it to i othi fitri dj.
pd With greA.trespect, OAvE IEit ARM.
Reader, utvo you Catght a cold? Are you tin
a hiii to riso the pilegm? Ilavo you it Irritt.
tion, in tihutiUrotit Autonso of t iI OErs1om'ot
tho ms, wivth short breat Ii Do youi ihavelt a
fit of cotighing on lying dowtvt ? A otlijrp isiln
Mow and then lk the region of the litirt, isiioi
dera id back? I" fto, our Advio Is taioiit
once a duo of Tutt's Expectorant; you willooon
be ablt to rais8 tlte phlegmti. lii tts hotir reptlint
the Exp~uetoritit,, placI a hot Iron 10 I lie fe,take
two of 'Titt's Pills. YC-t will otts 1s 1 41in a
plenittt sleep mid watkte up in Ilie i.orliing,
cottg on, l i__-__10 t., 11s woringa irevly ; ca.-y breath
11i.. 11n the howels nioving III a inattItul ainer.
T) preven4t at retu1rn4 oft tisiyiloma3 sie the
Offioe, 35 Murray Street, IN. Y.
CVUR. E1 TOiP D 11 VIIi.
CURtE, ]VUV E te AND A&GUIE.
OUlaiE1 SACOKS RKEADA&U A .
0 it E T : L l.t 0I,10 a .I
P~itlFI wSAE YEL E
i I a o W A ll4ti t onof thisnDr. It t.
partsa ttural Culor, nuts Instaitancously, and is
as iy ule a oit: later. old by Druggists, or
sent, by express oil reculipt of $1.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
LIKE EVERYTING ELSE.
A. WIORDl TO THE~ WIse.
[The prevailing hoomlf has struckc
,he Piar. o and Organ trade. All
reation and their relatives are buy.
ng instruments thlis year. Amnerica's
o)untless factories can't half supply
)he demand. M~anufacturer~s have
o. (lay unfilled orders enoungh to
ccep themn busy for the next six
nlonths). Mlaterial and labor cost
;wenty. five to fifty per cent more
hlan a fewv months since. Manufac
nriers haivo railsed prices and must
~ontinue to advance. The lowv pr'icos
)f the past won't come again for
As yet we still sell at old prices,
>nt wc MUST ADVANCE SOON.
3ive us your order NOW, for deliv
iry of instruments at once or within
L'HREE~ MON THS, and wo wvill
unrantoo OLD PRICES, even if the
idvance -comes. Tro do this we must
invo immediato orders SO THAT
WE CAN CONTRACT AHEAD,
Don't hesitato. Don't delay. WVe
ttate tihe case precisely as it is.
Prices wvill ad vance VERY SOON
md LARGELY, and those who waif
vill pay for tba privilege. Take our
)usinless advice and
order at Once
L4UDDEN & BATES'
Wijolesale' Piano ia Organ Dealers,
BUY TH~E BEST
LADIES,' Mieses' and Infants' fint
Shoes, mado by Eiegler Brothers, oi
Philadelphiia. *Celebr'ated 9Standard
Strewed" 'Shoes, made by the Blay
stato Shoe and Leather Co,, .spe.
J. M'. BEA'TY & Co.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
--WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL MD WINTER GOODS
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
'Wo take pleasure in announcing to our friends nud the publile generally
that we are now Opening the finlest nd miost conloleto assortiont of Full
and *Winte r Goods, including Fan.y and Stal )ry Goods, all the latest
styles of Millinory, Ladies' Dress Ooods, Fancy Goods and Trimmings
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODE N WARE, LUMIBE B, ETC.,
which will be offered at very low pr-ices; as wo aro determined to sell heap
or than the eicapest., a cordially invite all to ciil and seo for themselves
I am also agent for the well-known DAVIS, WEED. and AMERICAN
SE WING MACHINES. J. 0. iOAG.
\ E havs now OJ)en, and will soll as low as nny reliable houso in town
1, our second supply of Fall and Winter Goods.
.t ctsu Ii oMl mf tIo Loom Long (ltI..
25 piec. s other brands of Long Cloth.
1 cBessbrook Jon11s.
pieces assorted Jeains. and Cassimeres.
pievr-e now stvlo Prints.
Dress Goods. Alles, Molmirs, CashmoreR.
Blain kcts, whito mind colored, Flannels, Linsnys, Ginghams, Bromu
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comfort-, Shawls, Cloaks, Boulovard Skirs.
A full supply of white and colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and
Drawers, Bleached. Browin and Colored Half Boso.
Clothing a1(.Hat. s.
OvercoAts ! Overcoats ! ! Overcots
For the ladies we have a neo stock of Indervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ruffling, Collars and Cuffs, EdginIgs ank Inser-tions, Ribbons, &c.
'1he "Pinafore," "Juna,". "Pride" and "Beatrico" Corsets.
White Goods, such its Nainsooks, Jaconets. Cainbrics and Lawns.
For house-keepers, we have a full line of Table Damask, Doylies,
Towels. Bleached and Brown Sheotings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladie.s' Missos' and Ch ildren's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' tand Boys' Boots and Shoos.
Trnnks, Valises, Satachels, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at low
We cordially invite an inspection of our stock, feeling assured that we
n lelas- .F. ELDER & CO.
UNTIL YOU HA
Seen my stock of furniture, which is one of the argot, 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 Blini
Factory. All order promptly attended to. Also, agent for the Wheek
Wilson Now Improved Sowing MIachine, and two others.
oct 18 R. W. PHILLIPS.
RARE OPPORTUNITY 1
I WILL offer offer my entire stock for the next fifteen days, as you will
see by my pricelist, at quotations worth attention.
Five Handsome Cloaks at $3 00 and $4.00-former price $5.00 and $6.00.
Ton Pairs Ribbon,'Bonnd Blankets $1.90-former price'$250.
Fifteen Overcoats at $2 50-former price $4.50
Twenty-five Pieces Red and White Flannels at and below cost.
Big Drive in Cassimeres, Jeans &c.
One hundred pieces Dark Calico at 7, 71 and 8 ets.
Domestic Goods at a small margin above factory prices.
Good Checked Homespun at 10 cents-okl price-no advance.
NO TIONS I NOTIONS I I NOTIONS I I I
Coats' Spool Cotton 55 cents per dozen.
Go( d Spool Cotton 85 and 40 cents per dozen.
Eagle and Phonix Ball Thread 20 to the lb. at 87J cents
A good Corset at 40 cents-former price 60 cents.
Look at our Men's Undershirts at 25 cents I
Sterling Soap at 85 eents per dozen,
A greoat variety of Buttons, Gloves Handkerchiefs, &c., &c., &c.
Fifty untrimmed Falt Hats to 010s0 out at 10 cents, wvorth 50 and 75'cs
Also an odd lot of Trimmed Halts at 40cents-for'nier price $1.Oo0
Woe lead the van also in Glass' and Crockoryware.
whook at my Glass and Preserve Dishes at 15 cents,-worth 25 cents every,.
Twenty..fiv dozen Goblets at 50, 60, and 75 cents per dozen.
9Sbznohig very desirable in Table Sets at 60, 75 and $1.06odprc
Crockery in great variety at prices' beyond competition.
A Jot of Lamps just arrived, varying from 25 cents up to something nice
at 60 attd 75 cents and a apecialty at $1,50, wrnth $2.0 everywhere
Three <ases o2 Tinwr j tarrived, which has been bought fai' below its
Something h andsome in Chamber Setts at-32.90, $8.20, and $3.50.
Compare prices carefully before purchasing.
.a I will-pay. Jiberally. for< school jae\ a~l py~